Title: Gainesville daily sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01631
 Material Information
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 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01631
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

Downloads
Full Text
















^4iflt
w a


1 V __u flu.


VOLJ. XXVI. NoJ. -461


TEN CENTS A WEKE


BEARD ATTACKS THE


SENATOR McCREARY'S


GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE .'i ., SCHOOL BOOK BILL
cth a hto t lt.ldlifttlia ,iI nlla


Thiks Thit Porfn Relati to Lincol's DirtMay ;:"ki 't" ',"la c T'"l h. 'a' Meaairtre Pr0vid Capr Sc l--
fi r ihe' '. i it., ul fi ca' e. ns il. a i i..I E.''h.. o vI% a C P


TALLAHA88EE. April -- 'nan-
nounced and unexpected, the Senate
had developed a surprise that had
kept the State capital supplied
-with material for discussion on the
previous day. and to that branch of
the Legislature went a majority of the
inectators yesterday in anticipation
that the fight on the constitutional
right of seating Senator Massey might
eI. reolencetl.
The fight was not reopened. and Is
now considered ended. However. the
s|lectators were not disappointed.
there tbeiing developments at the' af-
te.rn oon session of a sen-iiational char-
c.ter.
lSenator John S Heard of Pensacola
produced the first se.tasation of the day
awhen the charged that the. section of
Goe rnor i!.chri-t's nt ,-ge r, >on,
nitilding that I.inol 's birthday lie
ii.eile, a legal holiday y a a a discoiurte-
- i, l thcoe, whto were' thei grey of the'
l',i:l. dter;irac,- and motedl tIe tabl, that
-ell0on of the, llensag' to keep It off
thie ipaE-s of the journal InI a heated
ldi.cni.i.-inn strong (di ial|l|prm al of the'
(o)\,-nior'' me.s.ag'e a.c- exilre,..ei
The IkHard motionll wais finally o(,ted
owana. a- the' Senate did not de.ire, t,
mo on record as treating the (;Goirnor
discoulrte'ousl y
iane seconi(d sen'.ition lwas sUlrun:
hen'ti Senator lHeard introilulc'ed at th.e
ifternooln l -'--ion a State ii it prolii
itiloni bill alid another lill prohibiting
xirinkinal of inttoic'ants onitr trains.
The- Irohihllitioin Ill intriodiucied b'
.i-'I.ato, r I'.eared dei-s not pro ide- for
coi l-titllticli l ;ialit-lldnki-tit iallt itillilj.a
ai ri\ l.- for State. wa i rohilillitioii
Tho-. who diiff r with Senatlor
l:.t a d i st.t 1 that -.11.- lI a hill
v ill in* r la;i-- ih l.ei.i-la;ittir fior
S a i tlit t l ull.tl till l' ll i* t I- thl i '
I I .1 I l r iii i r i i i l 1.i i !I I
S ; I ia t !
Routine of Proceedings.
l i,,it. ..I I i !l- 1I It t I r
a\\ l..I .. ,1, \ I t 1,. at l* a k T,,i' ratl

l a a I a .


a- I I 1


tee to Inspect and inquire into condi-
tion of Confederate Home at Jackson-
vllle. ascertain amount of appropria-
tion necessary with view to making
the home more comfortable, was re-
ferred to the committee on pensions.
Everglads Drainae.
Concurrent Resolution No. 3. that
committee be appointed to in estimate'
EKerglades drainage work at Lauder-
dale and progress on East Coast canal
from St. Augustine to the St. Johns.
aas referrred to the proper conmit-
tee
(Commu)nication from the (;o\ ernor
competingg biennial rep'lort of the chief
executive was read.
Senator Heard asked that that part
ihe' ime'.agKe asking that Lincolnsa
birthday l nbe made' a holiday Ie tabled
Senator HIarris. of Ke. \\West held
siu'hi action would tl' a rel'le'ctioln on
thie chii'f e'xecuti%'e of tlle State and
ai-ke- to re.fe'r the matter to a comnnit
t,. Thi' sgge'.-tionl to make a toll
lta\." said .Mr .Heard. I regard as a
re'ler'-tici un the' onfe'de.ratesw who
waore their gras. I hold that it is a
retelvctio n every% n;ii man who a v'r
o're- the gra. andl I ilhopi th.*' S'-nate
of thI. Statet of Florida will int conI-
-ider 'tchl a i s Kugget'stIi "
S.-nlator .lasse'y of the Nineteenth
%iantA'd to refer it though hl' said he
niiul d ote, against such a bill if It


Iei- III tIIn ll" II *ius p- (i -ct e lla- 'l S
Mr. Miller. with a few choice' words.
Mr. Alexander seconded the motion
and the resolution was adopted.
House Resolution No. .,. by Mr.
Register. that the chief clerk of the
House be instructed to have .'n copies
of the journal printed daily caused
some discussion. Mr. Robertson. Mr.
Alexander and others favored a great-
er number of copies printed. Mr.
MacWilliams offered an amendment to
the resolution providing for the print-
Ing of 7'. couples instead of .5,1.
which carried. The adoption of the
amended resolution followed.
iHous4- resolution No ti. by Mr. Alex-
ander. that the attaches of the HliHose
shall not atte'nlt to influe'n-' any l.'gis-
latlon. violation of which would result
in remnioal from office' was offered.
Mr. Rolw-rscon. Mr Calkins. air Mac
Williams and Mr Carter were strong-
I% olixose-d to the resolution.
As there resolution was a concurrent
one, and as introduced under the
head of House re-oluttions the SBlak-
er ruled it out of order.
House resolution No. 7. purporting
to limit the number cf lderks of com-
Inittees. bs, the' creation of a commit-
t-,' of efl% to delerimiine w whether the
cnllnllitte' are, entitled to the services
of clerks. was introduced by Mr.
(larke.
O()lisition was quickly) raised that
the adoption of such a resolution
would place hure-illance over the
c'oinllmitte'es'


aille- lUI A general debate ensued. in which
Senator ituckman regarded objec- a majority of the' me'nie'rs articlel
tin,. if accepted by the Senate. to hi b
Sf pad The' debhate- was likely and the'
oif miuh a character as might elmbar- .. i o ti t Speakir (came shanpl
ra>. Ithe -G;o'erilor limi it#i ,, di d.ek .ve'ral times it
S.enatolr ('Cotn of lake ('it' said he ,,',,r l ,ri
ii.altl iifite a ;gailst the bill. lit want-. Mr. ('aria ,ff red a'll anieinl nit' to
.. thI. niirie',. i '..-.a |..-IaIl cii the', ~M r ('Calkii "s ntmindnient Ilram lideiit
Ill llill '"- Il liatl hI li tivn it ctii lio c'c ,litni itt.e' clerk.-
S. i a-l; i r Itrrll i. .if Q(.U ill \ I, .t a 'l.t. l ,.' I ,,a -,, c Ii a- Thii. ,e. il l ,.
lI I, ti. ,pI. llll1Z lilt.l iA. Thi tiatl'" -jlll|,, i d' l lthe. lllatt I ( ali l it a '.,,t'
.r. ,i,-a Ill i A i. .111 ieall hI .l -,ili \lr. (':lk i-r ;Lki 'n a l. i.ili tlit i.1 the'
\\'.i-tilhl. t,,l I..,' il, l l .lli, lll i 'I i ., ,ici a a f lll I l I t, ltilit li Ta hi
,i 1i 1.t, I* til l- a -h ; l ., -I.iii,'i h a f
k ii Ii .1 r' -lf l i l \ i. l : t .
- ia, ,\I rai ,'ia \I l .I -, qi \l a,, I, 1 h.ik I lit Ia I t liaill.. t h a l t lie
s' al t' a *l t,* lit a ajc t, l ( *ct,, ., ,, e iit ha.a a elat. ,i- ea o ila-
(',t I fr IIt IoI-I.ill ,il i
SmI ri mil I Sp l k. r ill,
S, I. a f ll i ,, hAii i i i N i
ai a, a, -'. .1 %1 r ta ali.I -
"' lki Mi \l \.1 l ,' i.i.l M r
t :. 1 I i,,, ., ,,
t.' ',,,', ,' ', I,, \ i1" .\ l. \ i ; .l i ]l tl l i 0 l ~ I,. ,,


I it .a~.' -a' It.- E* tI I at

''I, a a'.' a,, N!.


S I I I 1
. i, ,. i i .I -


. I '. ;


Ii ,. a ,


A't r, F C1 -


THE HOL!'E


' l 1It I .i a I I lti l l aii a* ia .l l

\ '.' I I I ,' i i 1 i l l



1 II I a .' l : i t l I' al | e II, -i
S 1 t I
* ., a .. a!' a Ia,,.,,f a I


New Coaty Project Fro 4Levy maR .


(Specal Correpoodesoe.)


TALLAHASSEE. April 8.-The Flor-
ida legislature of 1909 Is rapidly get-
ting down to business and there is
every Indication for a most lively and
important session.
The Individual members of both
houses seem to be Imbued with the
idea they were sent to the State capi-
tal to attend strictly to business and
few. If any. underestimate the Import-
ant and far-reaching consequences of
the work which they are expected to
perornm.
Of course'. there a is a certain amount of
orator. .a kind of surplus effervescence.
so to speak. that must be gotten out
of the %ay and again a short time Is
necessary for the members. especial-
ly the new ones. to get acquainted
and accustom themselves to the
methods of procedure and the general
trend of affairs.
It was only this morning, the third
day of the session. that both Presi-
dent Hudson and Speaker Farris com-
ipleted their somewhat complicated
ta.ik of assignment of committee
chairmanships and tne other members
of the' various and numerous commit-
tees. Then committees were publicly
announced at the beginning of the
morning session and already many of
the more important committees have
tbfore them numerous bills, resolu-
tions and memorials.
Among the earliest bills Introduced
in the Senalte yesterday was the new
schoolil book bill of Senator McCre'aiy,
which was Immediately ordered print-
ed iand referred to the Committee on
Kduication This bill has one advant-
itg,' cc.er Imanly of the other bills of
'iniil;r character introduced in prev-
ioni -. .silins in that it is much short-
,,r !-mlldher and e' v ill. undermstoid It
iro a i!. f l Oie -ihntittilin f f i.ea
I iallii.herh.r to t he Stat'e scr-ii intend
*ict % hoi -hall furnish co-pies of saine
to Ilih- 'oiunli imoards who al) ca li
ira t faor their countyLil ; iproel'id.es also
lier tih- i h.eaji r grades, for exchange
tii e'la- of r'liai)\al of pupils toi anotht r
Sinte1% ilinli lli.t htie' Sta. te .i ti and iil
i.-,' -hall ha\ a-. : low a price' a- ihliatj


oppose it, even if uayon eud hbe
found to introduce iueh a -meas
under existing eircmstances. Tb'
were further urged, view of thel
facts and for their owa -od, as We
as to relev the -ilaltor of the
bother and saeoyasee of t kig
time In this matter to the detrimwat a
other more Important measure,
drop the question at least so far w
this session was concerned. It wa
intimated, however, that this weH
meant advise would not be takes ad
that continued effort along the le
would be expected. Former Reprw
sentatlve Jasper Willis and nrt.
Shelton Phllips of Levy county. whe
are here working for the measure.
were its only tavoeatea who apr-
ed before the conference. No em
from the Marion county section asffe
ed appeared Its advocacy. On the
contrary. L. J. Brumby of Oeala, w
was Invited by Senator Baker I he
present, stated that he had persalrly
heard 'of no one who favored i. ad
that while doubtless mma eao be
found, that he had beea informed b
Hon. J. M. Mathewes. the Mlart
county eon eslomer tfr the de.
trict affected. that many who a-ige
the petition did so under a i-sud'-
standing or misappreheb e. Mr.
Light also stated that counter pti-
tlons were being prepared nd wevi
If needed, be presented. The whol
thing Is evidently another casedC
l*uch ado about nothing."
Senator Heard has again introded
his negro disfranchisement bill. There
Is some doubt If it will agaa pas the
Senate. It will be remembered it
passed that body in 107 but was over-
whelmingly defeated In the House.
A precedent was yesterday estab
lished in the tSenate that possibly
may interfere with the ordinary
smooth sailing of local bills. It has
hbeen customallry in such n.:ltters gener-
all) to waie*" th(e rules and pass such
a cTre' elnd(t"ed by the Senator af-
fected without reference to commit-
t'ee' Yes't*'rda. notice was given by
Senator lHeard that hereafter he would
,bje,'t in all case,' to this method of


ilasilted IB, tlh Ile- hllat i ih r 'r .a,.A ,
l proceduree anid le-t lmwal bills take the
"hl ( 1i l ,.- I llll l ro, h ,, for Stat.- ."
r-etullar tour.' IThfis mas. however.
llii oll l i l l lla hil -iilall] \ ;- It < ila t I I i1a '
ftil r 1lSentator ('rill had objected to the
' il It,, -* < itrilia- lto |;>. r'iii in o l 'i ..
ti. i.as l tiiiliar\ ililposition of a local
a ,*** I" I il.I :al lafAl I rr lpri a 'e amit ... . .


.a llu t ,I 1, ,,a a fkt I -. 'k 'I Ia I-I hIll

' i. ll l l l a lt Bt 1 T hi l- S la'Iete
. l \, .
S .i I ,ill \ I .l-,a Iita lall 'c I '

,, '' 0 'a a t : ,I a Ia i'


I lti .i 4 a ti iiL' ii1c a '.\ ct o If.ennacoia.
A hill -.iillar to theo, Texas law has
h ni ianirlue'd prohibit iing the drink.
Ilg oif IiiioxliCatilig liiiilars onl trains
i tie SIthoi.i tf Flori.t, iailso a bill
rO .:l.il.i Ih ih a ii r ic a f at .,i -c.ii. lta i .
I ; \',. f i,, t < !'rtirm an
,of '. a a oli.l11. it a il I'u i lll Health,


.5 l


Ii 0 '. r i' l. I0~ i .I A li
SI ii n II. I r, :r ito e t o j 11u-
S' *' a a a! ,1 ,11 ilI ,' l i 1 i ll. ii fr-r
li I a l '' 1 I c .1 l t ,' i lil I .


RETLUNS THE LICENSE.


Clerk Del i Oner ot Money Back Was
Accepted by Francisco.
I I f a 'o' Ica, li \' .i. < r,'

1 a a I 1- 1 a lc l I I t. -
a ,, i ,c | < iaj 'l ]a I *' l't '-
*' I t *r i 1
a a a ., Ia 'a i t tc. h a -

a a I ,' 'a ', 'i 'a I 1 11 .1 v l -
I \ I 1 i i 'a 1 i ,.' | '* + tail c..e k>- at d


a i t 1 .i ii .I a, a al,* < i ..f il -
i a l t i 11 ii IL I, l.. IhaIla
.', ; l, I ; 1 .I It | 1 :,,i .I | t +' l


1. .a'!


i ,i I i 1h e ait t 4

S ,.I 1.1 i .. 1 a B a .


- a 0 -- -- -


& A "L. -a


.,'* u


MDortesy to the Cnlederacy.


--" I


Af lotg .1 11 t


I .


r


: I


I


G"AFNESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRII)AV. APRIL 9. 19119


p








iM AILT SWM: eAIUNOILLI, F0R3IDA, APRIL 9, 1909


--M --L --
ItltB IU/W I^^I *W


S socAU nowIm


7 Lacief tO atagw s A 4mm,?
IWere She to eIs betg Asotiet



Wh oe ut -rtvbe Thmeday eves-
t with MaI. 3. a IarteMh. Mrs.
,, I AC Sta estalbe seim -I-
Ie la I ms lag frim the %b .
,lt -I" ee- Meteamea

P tv ldies wart driviAg ls tdhe



on at OWe Lo him to




S3. e d us by Mnw





Sat oepai a oumet I

ofllll kI ill. Ia thy ea
as bies, med ,,-t that she ba
Ao n be a o I
a bleber arm, dal *sea ts
med te .ee was -o
kow l ly la e rd
*il 'be arty te o I ile aI



Id I eater diree atio t aowi u
Se et d apprised of it sev
eral hours beer.
The aes drive by Mrs. Hartsleld
lade o attempt to rum afterwards.
i the cempIsats remained Ia
the v thy wld probably have
matailed ro injury. ,

adtt rendered every assist nce poe-
ewi badl t he dy badbeken Injured





l she arrWed it the ho tl dt tle

he is atw tpttg as f well as could
be expected aer the skil ful care a
marae mad nda e p
storms am pblwd"&


WALDO PYTHIAN SISTER


64 h Aosmvrsey of Order APPr
-ier O b11mr Tbho
WALDO. AprilrU of fthe pret
tiet of may Pythiam Ster enter-
m--ets ws e e eighth analversry
emrneiss i M the might of March
Mt i te attractive hoae of Mrs.
A ll. Jlly.The lrry ad partors were
Amdomly decorated for the oe-
eam with ferus sad palms, sad is
the diaing-reoom werhowls ad vases
0*d with roees. Pythian Sster col
Wr prevailed; red. white, blue and
yelow ribbo were suspended from
the chaadeler. Over the table was a
Caopy of white roes. la the center
fe wbckh was the cross and the large
letters "P. I. E & P.
The Sowers on the table and
throughout the house were Pythian
Slater colors. The effect was lovely.
The guests lingered a long time In
the dining-room as the supper pro-
eeded, every course bringing a sur-
prie to the guests.
The program was In charge of Mrs.
W. C. Hicks. Miss Daisy Hicks and
Mis Belle Gelger. and proved unusual
ly attractive.
Waldo Hicks won the prize In the
State contest. Several other con-
tests followed.
Mrs. It E.. Cauthen favored us with
one of her saeet ballads. and Mri
John Intelna with a piano solo.
*Rhapsodie No. 2" (isat.)
A song, by Mrs. A. Jolly. Miss Daisy
Hicks and Mis It.lle (,-iger was
greatly en)jo)ed.
A brilliant feature of the entertain
meant wUa the addrIe Uilade li. Mr.,
4U-o. Morris of i4iiiat\ lll- itinl tak
Ing It iam a alil it w.It I- .it Itl ,i
of enljoi l irlit that Ir -litl eil a ii.rlla it
MI1i) ltlh .i f ilil.-*- iI ,.-*il i l io. i
bll i lalt l (f i 1i, eil f i. l i lids A
A I '.1 1i I

If oill lela \ I .lt k. h .l sil It II. i


tram l.! >% m Ia#aIlt t i [. V-1 K I
l It, ii, list I) ; lr.ifa-i *; .i ,, I i. d
i1 thie k ,li. r 'll th iil .1 I |f I.,;

d, J. l J \ 'll- *. ,'.

If It's prrt.ld stationry you want
rhe Bun offce is the place to get IL


.m ilS..
I


,U W _,,-----r LOCHLOOSA. April 8.-Mrs. Mamle
Coleman and little daughter. Charlie.
PITTi MAKES ADOOIDR left Tuesday for their home at Palm
~IBeach after a Ileasant visit to rela-
limll Nmber PrWese to Hear Him t.,. Ilt re.
LM| Rve* lg. I t eliall nmi ad, a tiuii.si-. tripa
It was only small crowd that greet- to Gainesville last week.
ed J. L. Fitts last night on the north W. A. Pace. fornimrly of thi-,plae,
side cf the square. hll coming nlot but now re-.lding In Jack.o ill.ll,. de
haW ing i bei e.tensld eiy adv-rti.-.l Ilartedl .*.-t.rdl:l at .i ir H lh ilt.;-l alilt -a


with trlie:ials lh re.
The fir.-r .lii rhiirient of Iains rn m
heret ti his .-;eaIton wa~ I.hilpp',- S.atur
day. Aliril :'rd. 1) (C. 1 M. iingl-<.id rff
The' %gtaltle 's. corti ait il oittoi
croi> .. !rt** 'iia ilinii r.iln 1 ,i :1% I1n thi-
m-t.t iHl.
A. K. Wade. a prosi.rousi rllir'Hnt
of 'iildo In town Wedi lreday.
Mrs. Iruown of I.at'ro .st is dovnl
tH'inding o tonai llIiii iith fri-unds.
J. H. I'pthelro\ has again got his
naptha launch in gtxxi running order.
after much delay and trouble
J. C. Haymans made a flying trip
to island Grove Sunday afternoon.
F. T. Buchannan of Lakeland is
spending some time with relative
nere.
G. W Watson of Island Grove was
transacting buliness in town Friday.

Mr. F. G. Fritts. Oneonta. N. Y..
writes: "My little girl v.t greatly
benefited by taking Fole'sa Orino
Laxati\e, and I tnink it is the rtHt
remedy for conltlipationi and lilver
trouble." Foley's Orino laxatile i
best for souiin and children, as It
is nilld. plla sant and ffi ctive. an1 i.
a slleidld sipriing nie.dliiet a;s .t
cl.eaniis.s the 5> .t'iii aniltd ile r- I he
illll iiin. J. \\V .M ''ll n A1 ('o.

Dickens' Full Name.
('hurl<- I lo t i L-1-,,'h.
(hareif- Jolii lit.'i I lilf.li:i.,
Ua it I- erri* ,ii. -:. .1ii 1.. i t I il .r
ish r/ i.i h'r l lt l it-It he I-- I.-iV fi
ilous rt.i'tT i '.I th, i le't I *'hie l.
t1UUn Ifinw l- t ll* i e i. I .l 1 .* k 'li *.i
t iu h.il li1C -, ;i hI l,'-" as i plal.i a .t r la i < : i-i ,
i lia t it 1 4 I L i '. -
ste lr aillwm.. I. Is i I. i ra .'ei r a:id
frii .ii Ji i i r : r ;:i t ** 'li
liul,.t l ii lr '.- 1 i coi .'*r. i s Na
tiijuil iltigr:i; lity


laurimig tio. I,* x -r % ~ '.*i a,. aaaa
to 1 th111 1 i.t .tt* II. Ii tI I.ia


(I. I t f u II It
t'cII 1:1.f t I?
I.,f a I.ll.. t fit- I e ,

Wa N I I i& '


D.jn't Gdt a Chance
i1 .

!itt.r*v I


J. L. Fitte, Natial
iot.


Seciallet Orpn-


Mr. Fitta' remarks were along
he lines of SocuiaAm and he di .
cused his subject to advantage. It
is highly probable that his visit he.re
will be instrumental In starting a
,mall band of workers among this
party in Gainelville.

Tree Looking Well.
Dr M. E. Schlater of Micalnolpy one
of the most exltentii\e trucke.rs of that
section. and who is also extel'lil'.t!y
enased in grossing oranges. was inl
(ainesville ).-sterday. IHe states that
the trees are looking K cll and pIros-
Iects are very bright far an inininirsn
yield of oranges The peoptltl ait a.
rule aill endelaa\or to pra heir
fruit and have a chotic( iarticl.- to
ffler to the l- Olle. an;lothlir ri.honli

A Knocker
Is a man h ;person (or thingK It' a lhalbit .iI- l -
by a disordereld lil.er If )>ou finil thiit
you are twb-., iin to sell- tlllinL
through blue r! -ltacll-< Itr; t ouiir li\
r ll i A eKll l..li cut |iroe % itli
ilallard' l- i tilii, A i-ur, tai afor

b1ilulla lo'- all i ar-. lt a li,, h .ii,
I~mac I t roimbl. S.hl ta l 1 J.lii

One bho lii\. In i fc tl.rl h. i4 r,,iti,
Icair b prt Ir, y l i) it, 11 l-, ad l" -fir tI..
Stid. ki l th, bett '' i,*. had wltilii
bth reach.


IRFF ii R un0 fovvPal?' Nervius,1


All run di)it, v I,- t-. I I
what to tlk? :L'11
of Ayeirs non,,.':
tkml. A blood 1wIA ,
Wd to digvbftil)I. -a


$ '~ 1$. J1Cfl1)U,%? And &) noit Inow
AA hh oli(ilo
i! ti ng-


COM TO TAKR CHARGE

New eraT p will Stenerty Opeoed
hr Ph PtrSonae .
T mewr SarM recently erected
bre mad which has bes rested by
several of the local autoatst of Osia
illt will shortly b opened up for
busmses. the miaaer having arrived
tor ts purpose.
I. B. My@r. a y7m1M man o Or
laudo. has scored toe place and will
at once ronmence th- arranavemets
for its opealag. He will have the
agency here for some of the best ma-
chlaes. and will also run In conner-
tiom witth garage a repair depart-
mnat which will be able to meet all
the requiremiwts of this city.

SURTZ TO PALATKA.

Completed Comupal aof Ceneu* of Ps-
ltos and hoews Incrmes.
Jesse E. Burts. who is engaged to
publlshlng a city directory for Pa-
latka has completed his labors ad
left yesterday for that polat.
Palatka shows an Incree of nearly
three thouadr within the past three
years, wicBh s divided as follows:
White. 2.15. aad coded 2.445. mak-
ing a total population of 5l,2O.
He will have his copy n the hands
of the printer at once and expects to
have the same ready for distribution
within the next month. He went to
Ithe Gem City yesterday to complete
some advertising contracts.

LOCHLOOSA NIEWS


5


K,



This Coupon may be cat at The Sun office or at either of the ,tonr con-
meted with the contt. NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL I!, 1909


ITHE RIGHT

KIND OF ANEASTER EGG


lFrIa liii th I~
I a p.


t)~ it t


.* i l lit. Ill-


i, I I' I~'a


*1 I


- : IJaa'f .


S, I,,\ i i ti l '


% I 1i ,t -



L t. CUSHA Agent, Gaine* ville Floria



A M. CUSHMAN, Agent, Gainesville, Florida


The Lmn stam Systtm


Ote of the met viable fetur
ef eor eervio, *o or embeertnn md
to the pubise *eerlty. io or 1


Teyo Com any imd the ~rw h
seted lSol Tele-ms Meimp-l-s
We own thomsMMan of miw of bMg
Itoes lonse Is the seven tates I
wisek we perteo med h is a*ddite m a
ea"set any tlephsI n, *or o wtm
with No"e insmoeiig to *my ~r oiy"
In whis a Sell Telephme se@ o iso

Thm iM s lleag t lees Nosme oftNe
meat modern md improved emo'-l e
eom smd em matalned at a high
ftot of oteloney. Tohe Sell sytem,


It will 0oan be time to


uie one.


It is time NOW to
buy one.


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

It is a pleasure to
show them : :



I*I UmmImU C
fU^M9 BI^IP


Stern Bd Tdephnme


Telegraph Cmpan


Emficil dSwim--. --.ma Ra6





TINS COUPON WILL NOT BE COMITES AFTER An L 12, 1890

Bush & Safford---The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


"VO'IrES


Oly by rmeo of this sel traf
aragmat between the eoil Tel.
pese empag s Is it psible to so to
a Sell Tolphese seast maywherel
ak fT *4 L DeisTOe" adi be put Is
**ommuMislo* wft blmat any peant
ti the e -try
This vaT outw or w ore radiml
lIg therghoeut the amtIl, to re
dIty in semelms nd for f easl *Mpu
*pfse by t*we be h -- thw warmer ane
oetan-s Io all weNm of IM and oe
plent er, is hs iepertmHt Ikl i th


1


I '


I


_


Yu V Z


i.-

;o~li~ec,










TRI DAILY RUN: AINUWqILLP. IMA fBlA. APRIL 9, 190)


INSON INJURED S ELUS LEADS

T FALLING L L IRON PIANO RACE TODAY

WAS SUPERINTENDING UNLOAD- OVER 100.000 VOTES WERE CAST
ING OF HEAVY RAIL AT TIME. THURSDAY.

WiI Probably Lose One Foot as a Messes Elis and Oupree Both Receiv
Result-Saw Rail Faillig in Time ed Large Vote-Miss Ellis With
to Save Hrs Life. 16.000 Majority.
tt, ----- (. I .. .. -


W\ 11 1 Ii w' iii Ii.'11,1i t: h IIh ii.l(1 i:I:
4f :-olia ha'; railru.,I r.til-W in t it
ard- l st-erit la \%0 iii:. It F I.
Itolitn i-oin. road mast.* r iof the Atliintic
l'oa-t Line. was injured and fell jiist
in tini, iroimbly to sa,.e his life As
it is, his left fo)t va. libadl v crui shid.
.ll the' ,ines tI'lint broken front the
apkle down. and it is lprobable that
he will lose thi- nimenitm.r ,cnttirtly.
Fortnately for Mr. Rolinson. hit
saw the rail coning and fell forward
on his facer in tinc' to prevent it
from hitting him about the walst.
All of the presentt we'ek he has been
engaged in thinking the' necessary prIe-
iarations for the renlaying of 7o-nound
steel rail from this city south, and It
was while he was thus engaged su-
iw'rlntending the Job of unloading a
car that the' accident happened.
At a late hour last night the pa.
tient was reported to be re-stins easy
at the hospital. where he was taken
tlhortly after the accident. and every-
tlhiltg for his conlfort is Iliing done.

Horse Became Frightened.
The horse. Iilotigitn to S. M. )Davis.
of the firm of la\is A& ()li\er and
. %hich is dri octn a great deal b. th.ieh
.-viior n tnti -r iof the* firti. lIecanie
fri~ihtened Thursday about the' no n
hour and nladr a da-h doin*t F:t
M .i;ini strep' 1t tearmll il 1elt l>e .'" '. i
.t t.rnfrl tr tiit w;- liiti hil( i ar tit,
I \l.Ir..-.s offl we .11 1 il-o d,(I1 1oli-hinK
the. one' to which ih wi% as. hiatcheld.
.li .-t what thl.i anintal IN atanis, fright
.1 ,di at cculdl noit Ib, Iarnd.li. as the.
c",tir had ionl a f.,w tainute*ts ipre\
isfI l. htiait t i-id thiml

'e often wonder how an i, Ierson
('an In' pIer.uaded into( taking aniNthint
butl Foley'~ Honel y and Tar for coughs-.
cold- ad lulIg trotill)l'.Io )no tl e
fo w(ld into ac lti li owan miak'" or
ct >l -r .'.tl.tilt it .es Th g'-nuiltne cotil
taiti- no harniftul drus- and is in a
yelloww i|ickag. J. \V. McCtolluma &
('o.
I


SEE OUR


NEW

LINE


White Mountain


Glass-Lined


Refrigerators

Solid Oak
Felt-Lined


Alo, A\gents for the

cel t-ratcd


Cooper & McKee

Opelite

Refrigerators

111itl N p' l ic 111111tt lii


lc .0

tor iO lft, t ,,r o l d.



GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


F', iaIcl'it i 11t 0 .11 t-1 ,
'.:1111411;1 1f 1at plaill 4-4 -(1110--t-~


\iiss
Mllrs

Misx
Mi-s
M 11 .
Mi-;





NI IsI
\li a


NMiss
Miss
Miss


Miss



%I It
MIiss
Mrs.
Miss
Miss



Miss


I rlori.t i :11 a it 1 ::: '
Ih '- It tti)rtr c cit% 1 \'1o. ''I
('ath rine Iih il. t it. i...'::.i"7.
Florrie Strit klaind .. *;
%M I al i lri'h cit> .. :' .;7
.Mar\ M< t'Ornick. cit l;I! ;;,
Alma Fe' ine,.ll. cty.. .. 4..*'.,
Mal; tI Sanlche.z c'it. ... .2.::..
.Nualln I ickinle.-on. ity > .4;o
Julia Carter. city...... 69.45'
A. Groff. Newberry..... 39.060
A Strickland. Waldo... 34..23.
Jessle Evans. city...... 34.19")
Estelle lHeal. city....... 33.370
Eninma Hud-on. city.... 26.921)
Annie IHeville .......... 22.H60
Elvena Staf. Waldo..... 22.'>o
I. Ware. High Splrings.. 15.:,,
Goldle Lambert. city.... 6.470
Lizie Sheppard. Bell... 6.005
K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590
A. W. Sargent ... ...... 4.573
M. Fernandez. city ..... 4.265
Mary Thigpin. city...... 3.850
L. Sanders, Hawthorn... 3.650
Ruby Albright......... 3,100

WOMEN'S BEAUTY


It Can Never Be Perfected Without
Luxuriant Hair.
A head of luxuriant hair i. sure to
le. attractie. Itut nature hia- niot
ernit\\ ed ct.%,.r woman ith glrioui:-
ihair Someat v-r% lil abild wo n-)lii
.i h;Ii- a treated r .;atlitr stalntl l. iln thi.
reo-I'ect
Fo'r in-tanc .. tleret are ten. of
thoi uia.iin of womieiii ini Amrlri(ca tnia .
lwhli haI;e harsh. faded a.nd hlsterle..s
hair. iwho ;1a. e uniatutti\at. siplll% i i be.-
.atii.-e tti \ do t)not know that nritada; .
'\veii the whisil of nature can bte over-
ruled Ib. the' Kgeliisi of sc ieniie
Ift ou ;ar0 a woman it hout btauti
fill hair. do tinot lrIrmit our ait'rac-
tioeii to ibe hidden I'c'au-e of this
-light mii.-forttine
4;o t .t large bottle, of I'ariiiarn Sag. for .**
-e'i -.i u 1e. it ,i Ia ligiK t. anld li ti w ill
iioie thla- har-h, r,.tal.si\e hair di"
-,," -ilk\ bright .hide lixiirrait hair
I'mi l.-e.i S:Ij o i ..> lit;tra el-l.d I,. \
1I .litil -.iiii to tiir, dia tiilr tff it illii.:





1 1.. 1 I L. t r! .* v ~
it* 1 H 1 e a i cI i t I I tci t c i clli i tI


I I I,
I, t *r


I
6 '


I .'l


I' C.
I ii
V.


,C


0


"Trades Extravaganza."
i':,r.' % thing co'tuiiect.d a ith the
Tiade..- K\traig: comingilK ev'let is citiTr hutmorotus or
artistic. anld e ter.t\hwbdy will do well
to secure seats e;rl. to avoid the
gr-a;t runsh that always' attends this
oitinial anld i.eritorious entertain-
tfillllt
Tickets art oil sale' at Miller & Vi-
dials: andil tho'e' ahot hit\e alr;iead se
cu('llr. ticket.-.- can iha\. seiat reserved
in exc lhanlli for tickets the\ hold.
Tihe wa iinia cards that hae, Iteen
al\l cii -c)i irtllllt'lnence' in the windl(i)ws
of our busil'tes holes are' attracting
niclic alt tei ion and faI orable com-
IIentll. anld a.s the. lire'parations tfor
,his coin i.r(cial and m.swivly vtint are
It'iig made. the. universal interest
Krows accordingly Theatre, goers
h;ae piid t ic'e and thrice the prices


of adnission--- oc to wse something
not one-half as entertaining. and abho-
lutel. no one can afford to miss It.
klon't forget the date Wednesday
light. April 14th.
People, past middle life isua! y have
some). kidney or bladdi'r disorder that
.ails the vitality. which is naturally
lower In old age. Foley's Kidle'yi
Remedy corrects urinary troubles. stim-
ulates the kidneys. and restore
strength and vigor. It cures uric atid
troubles by strengthening the kidneys
so they aill strain out the uric r.dd
that settles in the muscles and joints
causing rh..suaaatism. J. W. McCollum
& 'Co.


Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
ofee. The best on the market Only
seventy-five cents. All colors and for
uie on all standard marbhlnes


I GET IN TOUCH


WITH


DAVIS & OUVER


-FlOR-


Bq a


Wqim


-U Ytrn
Scrrie G uunmrpam ind ia thiv Mm.
Better try wr on boaqd oin-r
moms cmp-o m and u-dw ewam
inO the outb.


IDavis Oie


Blooming


A16


Georgia's State Chemist Praises


Cottolene

J. II. McCandnle,. State Chemist of (;eorgia. before a recent gathering of Cotton
Seed men, gave emphatic praise to the high quality of ('ottlole. He sid:
"The .ale of this pr-luct and the proclamatin that it is made of cot-
ton eed oil have alinc more to bring cotton eedl oil truthfully and
favorably b tlore the public than anything else in recent history."
Mr. McCandle s then pointed out how a pare. refined, vegetable-oil basis, such asu i
in Cott/elree. is the only assurance a woman has of a clean, digestible, cooking product.
It seems a positive wonder in the light of all that has lately been aid and written,
and of what is known of lard. where it comes from, of what it may be made, and how little
chance there is to get pure lard. that anyone will continue its use, whin pr, sweet
healthful Cottoleeu can be so easily obtained.

COTTOLND K Is Guaranted o' e g Inbby as.
money in case you ae not passed, after baking given Calemu a fair W t.
NWver Sold in Bulk Ceo.ru i h d to pall. wi m anaei-
tight top to p it clan, fresh ad whbte
some, and prevent it from catching dust absorbing dhla -bts
odors, such as fish, oil, etc.
Cook Book iree Por a 2 etamp. to pay poa w w1l-
you our new PUR 70D 'COOK1 BO30K"
edited and compiled by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, the famos Pood Kapst,
and containing nearly 300 valuable recipes.

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

"Nature's Olft from the Sunny South"


~-- _- ___ ~___~_. U


FOR


EASTER


Easter Lilies,


Plants, Choice Cut Flowers


....FLORAL


DESIGNS....


\X 'Rli'. OR jIjIONI0,.


JACKSONVILLE FLORAL CO.


ROBT. McCLELLAN, Agent ursm f 1


M


mmmmmo


- ~-I- -- ~ --- --- ~-- ~-


'


I r 1


~~PLC~f. E


CI)' P


i "4 4


c- ----


20 1 Atita St


i 6




~ ~I a5~~ ii~a~96 F r :; FEL ffO ft:lf~fitit;tf*l 1 ~~a Yrd~,f B~11 1 ~iri


1-4110OWL 7: L,


4AINOVILLSU *UN. lRAVY. APRIL IIU


PREMIUM LIST--FLORIDA STATE MID-WINTER FAIR, 190


9


COUNTY PREMIUMS

DEPARTMENT A
I T)I 1rjv% making the
Iors-vi avi twxt dimslay of
I.t pr All. It..$d' county
iisand..........$..o0
2 Th. niaking the larg-
?eatr ad bo-.t ld.ia% o~fagri-
rj'utit4.1I pr.41acltF ireS t@
54 JLII,' X 1,1014,11A and -- 2
a *Pxs 4ou i I midk aig the lars-
0't !I,e! t, I 'Ilapruiidy of vieg -
tIAIl. 1 I ts count) --d.-

4 '~ ?ittiding the Iarg-

.- -t j. 41 ;mnd wr'


% r niak igx the lrg-
il't 4-f'' t('t).O5
1''.r .t.*unt'

I.... ''.in wy dil RIma




4 t' "I .igt.. 111ii1.1*
~ar~ -t111~151


ii. '?~.e I
-'. .9 V


* a

''a

a'


'I. 4!-


IE


P '2
a' 'i

'.2
5..., a',f
* aji.a:


1 I


o ,f I;
S. .' I i. I{ -t
S r-

-, ,, ,,' \ cla t t
,* l: l th., I.ir T-




I a i.' l | .l -


t I\'a a ls
a, L .a
9 .


I. .' ''
'a


'I I




a' -
t'
a ,,
,, ( a il







;.1 -


V I


I I


I .


SECTIONAL PREMIUMS

' 1 1 ,I1 ]-
i a : .' $ 4e'a

9 .1. Iaa.: a a -j
'i *
"1 C to' .I
1 ; *' t ',(o *

* ,. I i ,.1 i \ ,, -
-A


I a a a'.. I .


DEPARTMENT 8


S \ ; the
I l a '. IC I





*" il a.mlt,t r'a -
r', lillt r 1 prxl-
i.,,- \\ ."ia't&iK
'1. .,n, 100
'' "1a t 1.
i a ..r-

CI ts
1 '.


In the different classem--. "C.
I'eaar e. Arcadia. Fa.--dlplo-
mIi a .. .. .. .. .. ..10
:. Ti-t itv itrhool making the
lurgest and best educational
exhibit -Arcadia. Fla.--dplo-
mni and .... .... 10
34- The rural school making th*
largest and best educ-atonal
exhibit Istachatta. Hernando
county. Fla --diploma and 10.
13 The Individual making the
largely t and best display of
cotton J W' Tenh. Alachua
county diploma and .. .. 1
3- The Individual making the
largest aind beat horticultiural
0*hlbit and bearing fruit
Itr.er Ed 14,oatt. 1)eottoeoun-
tI diplom-i a and .... .1
40-The Ilrdiaidual mktasag the
lIrasest iirli tL.. t nf rl cultural
xht.lt \it .th i i lt owt i a s' \Val- .
liIn (rouch. Deeilot county
diploma and ..... .. .. 100,
41 The ind.\idual inaking the
largest and Ibe-at dllspi*ny of
native miwoadls. tlse,. largest
laniil.wr ., roil %irlit, s.- i ion l.er-.
4 1 I..w ~ A t iltoi,. II nialundo
(,'unt, Rcll-l.'ma anld .. 50
4' The. IA.do i al !.,kl n a the
I 1'er t. l.0 t ;it d l'o.i \ al', -d
illpsjlav of m ointr) r.li r .- itr, **i
W I. rFleair'g. liernaa ts
\\" > I at', i l o ti i .rl l i '>
44 1 i, lit i,'l'! lii.o k Ua the
I r, .- ,,! I 't :ia .l ,tii t :tl -
It ., ;'. i' r' ., I' .l i *' II .- W1 1ah r.
I"ik '. *\ ,**' s ai n 100
4 "' 1i i I i I k a11 t he
il el 1 ,I st i ,Il of
1ir ,r t .1 i.r. t'1 t ,ih ia-

4 I' i li ln.
i l! k i, .',, 1( ro -
,(' '- l ',,,, ,. i, t ,I f> r%
SI 1 I .

I* : I I 1
4. I." 1 ''la 'I a u.a g thti
: '' i ,, li I\ T J .\ '-

w\1i .4I 11i 1 lt
I i : -' |,* i |i' e h |, i ,\ V
i m k i1n tt
S. .t 1 a, t ,i I


4'.' "I 1 l
S ,. 1 ,' .
i tl I '* r- 1 1 l -

,-. .I.,

,r a || I e'il,'a r. ,* n nKe
S' ;
'. I, "'I I" d ,i I l'i k 1. I ll"
2 as I ta a1"
*' .'I, 1 b* 'hit ,of
S .'' .iI i.\ I n: I n.
I *. a I 1 diplomaia


100 :. Tl.. I i' nc thli
r-' e t I I. -t s '',il:t aof
tra-l u 'l ." 't. rte-
f t s" .' n,- ..anl 2'.
10,' DEPARTMENT C
T"I l.,r- -t ::'I ,ut".t coll-c--
S hil fIru'0a on- ftrmn of
1 i l \ al i l, r.,l
0 l u .rt :a1'I t e. \ l -
I ** r. : a *a' t < r r .'-n ass
1 "' atr .Ir' .\r-

,1 ,' ,r-ie t .and best
''a 5 1
S' ftr .It- .i r l-
T t ,i :' a'''.t a ia 1't r,'
S ; i rc r->' .a
'" a' i.d| I.- \\ aii .111
u t i',t a ,;..,r, I'l. 100



S' *. 11 1 >
i ,t T* 1 ,1 -
< i' | ,**i 0 n \ ;,t>


DEPARTMENT D

.1? a, au..


S,..,


9' i *. l s. 1. It \ n., a
SII .a -"


i e. I t
I ; :. .'. -
I *.! \

I I I S ,


a, ., \ n ,a !
\
.*

.I '; ". I a ,

.I %11;,% ala! 5..-


' g 'I
a' ''', I 1 t \

f ",, *i .I 1 it It.l
S -" iI' a I I i h i l 1 t
S t .. .1 I i vI
T *I a # ,1. ''a1 a ",tll\t

TI' 1 A-~ .tl.l r' l'ita.l.t
S 11il \ li I l ;I I
T. T l i l i h i fi e
J I' i a-l ll'l ; i.'i a '.na n \




S1 J r
.' T" I,.t l | i |- .,f ru. gh i rm ..











T.1A
.1 J . 74 Tli I. i ]a-f: I ,i \' h ',e t ;iua\'
\ l ', I\ "r1 .I A p1 i,|..\ iur,. o',i-
1 a ti I. i ., :,i a
". T hi i. t -ia s ti .,\ ,.' i hIa'.it
T J l).) '. .rdl ., '.at .I

Ti T hl l*-! ,i,, ~. i r- I'1 *r
I' l i ,, ti ,,I ll i i* r 1 ', -
'. .i1- ll *l i. a llt\

I, a. t. 1 1 .' t j ..

{ .i is, r ra- \ 4i-.hini -
ai 'I a r 1'1I m" s
T. -Tih.a h lahii .'*' .. f fiordlia
*-, r\t. i '* itr lir ,.
,," II l -| t '>.i !, 1 ,,f l>.,rl-\-
T t I.'1' h .'a *! 'a hi' itl


! '! I,- -1aI \ ,*f r'; i,~ -i
'; I l l .tt. \ ',1 .i l .i,
I': ,


I, -,L !i c:i. l f t'. r t 'l ,
SI- '
,4 "t '. *A jf ,M ,,':' 'i Sunalaa
'II ...
1 M~11 'ti 'm s r.' 1 .i
T I *. .t at. .li.i la. .

t* ..r I' *' A 'n -tronhg.


90-The best kershaw-T. J. Ap-
pleyard. Lake City. M .. .
91-The best bundle contalnlin
not less than one dose beets
-Roy Maimn Brookavlle,
1-la. .. .. .. .. ..
92-The best three watermelom--
A. C. Meer. arasota. Pa.
94-The best peck of McNeal
English peas William
'rouch. Punts (orda. Fla ..
95-The best peck of green peas
--Ed. Scott. Arcadia. Fa. .
N--The beat quart of atrawber-
rtic-C. H. Hoflner. Orange
county .. .. ..
97-The largest and beet display
of strawherrie-Ed. Scott.
Arcadia. la. ....... .
97%- The hest half dozen straw-
herry plants In fruit In pota
W. I Warren .. .... ..
93-The btet half dosen pie mel-
,on-- J. J Stevens. (Catalla.
Twn-Hto county .........
99 The. b*et peck of chestnuts-
J W% Tench. Oalneaville .
100 The tbe, t peclk of pecans-
A R Criffin. Marion county
101 Th,. htlt dlosen heads of eel-
*,r\ J E. Jones. Terra Cela
11,: Ttie. l.a -t peok of w alnuts-T.
J A.ppi,,,.rd. Columbia coun-
tv
tv .. .. .
103 ThIe hlrl.oe-st itnd hed t collec-
tin of farmi uind garden
4 .-.' o', lllitr Bro.. %W ash-
Inti,- runlty- blu. rilbbon
srail, dipltniia.
104 The,- t1t is-1,play- of S'.li]r. Ilros. Washington
.* li a . .
10:, TI.' -ie tt pe'-k of chulfa- D-r.
'i-trn. it -rnanmls ('Contnn I i
1()t& Th. la'-t ,i dtplla% ,of I'lorila
grown 11 vi.etn\l H E. Itaker.
Ililthior'.iu h county .. ..
Ii Thri,. la'--t fl poto liiullds of
St hr, I f'-pIai 4iI a avi J J.
St.\-VnI. 'asttHliain. IlllttoI
S,* i t ns\ . .
11% Thli- i.-t u hiluhel (of velvet
to, .io T \' oest. Hilllsbh r-
Sim i uI l lan i% .
141 The' -two bhluhel of lntter
I .iita" i',llie-r iwro .. W%%'i h-
It l: I ,i cui.iltv .
It( TIt hte-t ali-ipla\ of field leas
for stlock 4'.,llier Bros .
W ilhingalln cosntv .. .
Ill Tri- hit.-" crater of string
1l c liin .. .. .t
112 ThI he~t h*luIhel of row peas-
Co' ,li r l tu. Wa~shingto

114 The lsr-t hushel of peanuts -
J I. Wilev. Marion county
11, Th.- h,.lt t hInahel sof aw-eet po-
tateis. J M. Miffert. Ocala,
Il .. .. .. ..
11 The tM-.t biuhel of Irfh po-
ttoes '. C. Pearce. Arcadia.
Pla ....... .
117 Th" hbet one dozen cabbage-
W'illianim rout-h. Punta Oorda
114 The hIrt one dozen itarrots-
Vrt i'.-tt. Arcadia. F .. .
119 The hli cane dornen fplnach
Mrr II Lenhart. Tampa .
11'0- TTe ileht lli' he'l of onions--
T J. Alpleylard. Collumbia
,ount .
121 The i'bet dozen heads of let-
tue e I. Johnonn. Manatee
S t"int .. .
12: ThI. behst two dozen heads of
,.el rt!r Hugh W'ear. Bartow.


t1 : r 1 . .
1.4 Thi, I.e-t -inqle rate of It-

a ,.. I' t l ll i ..
a' ,.,- ri.,. ..
*.. ha lf 10'l,'-n puTmp-
',' a' I I. i ih r tvr' tprlin
I 'l I :ll 'lit'r s .manty -
T'i. "i i '0 hasilf d',7.ti apinm p-
L. a;t.\ \,ari't\ J It Io r-
S;1 .a1g I ike.. Ill I a irlll ,


T. ". v' a%-
1'I T- I. l' i at lhiat of tp lrn-s
1. I I la J rhn oi ort,,
T.... '"i ... ra .e .

wh eiriTl 10"Kh W".\ or. It.rtow
I.* -.1 T I' ,,-' ,i 1 ,i 1 ,f their, l-
ii! lt'ir.il #r.i.l aa a f ii i .,in -
I a. t il.- thh. eixp*-nfie of iari
S'1+. .f a li, \\-a;..:- r i aiiih -
a a 1 o% llll r li ke
', i. \ T J Aippleardl.
tlil'i l ik < I'* >. I'lI.


DEPARTMENT E
1.- T i r.I .-t .i1lI I,.e.t Indtl-
\ \lahsilt ,,f ual ;iu r-<,ane.
'ai l ,I l i up 4 11le.,'t i c ly
S.;' i \ .ii.t ',,lk cllount .( ,0
1 'I rT I. l i t.alkl s of mis r-
i ilstll a;lippeir.alire
S. I' r' I i l giKhi Wear.
', I ; t 235
I ."' T! l. -" sel i' z'en lstalki off
I r.1 a i*. 4l i .ial aliipps arr-
;.Ill. .n-i,l. r ala 1 1Ed. s arott.
.A1. nt 1..4 I'l.. .......... 2.
5 1.1 TTi I.* -t 1, I t A-? 1ik aith test
l :il..r palontenIite. with
Sl -'glt I'ia,, ih rsosl 'd. HScott,
3 \ t ,a ;i. la .. .. .. .... 15
I. "1"t,: iret enp dozen stalks.
\\ il a.-t of lIlsar contents.
3 i tlh ght conRldered ed.
S. 'it. Ai aidla. la .. .. .
'* 1" The. he'-t fnive pounds of suiar
J J Hte3verti. Captallla. De-
S ato county ..........
3 132 The. best f\e @gallons of syrup
W. T Itudd. DIeolo county 3
134 The hbst 100 stalks of Japa-
3 n.=ie sane- Ed. Siott. DeRoto
.iinty .. .. .. .. .. $
1, l- The hett two dozen stalks of
Jaupaniee cane Ed. Scott. De-
Soto, craonnty .. .. ... .
3 1.3T Thl ***,lt ln atlalks iof ribhhn
.'nie J J 3 teena. c'Eatalia.
I 'Soatll *oluntv .. ... 5
5 137 The- lae-t two dozen stalks of
ritlhs-'n s'acea J J. Stevens.
4' i-alll.I. lh-So.rt u 3 13% '-Thl. lhest ltO stalk- of treen
S e'lln' i:Edl Msott. I)eoto coun-
t. .. .. 5
S It 'lho te-,t t1 \,o lxen tnllralks of
-',rgahlinaa i 'iie ('ullilr Bros.
W';ishington county .... .. 3
3 140 The best nfli Irellons of Ja-
I.;inoea yrulp-T. J. Apple-
-ard. Cnlumllia i'unty .... 3
$ 141 Thie h est fiv. gallons of rib-
tb.,n -'rup T J. Appleyard.
S',ilun lll county .... .. .


DEPARTMENT F
S14---Ths Iraclrst ancd h)est display
5 of (';K;Eir* imntnl'iretred from
F'loria;t gr(Ilon tobacco--un-
n hro- k T.'l..uc e, 'o.. )ade
3 City. I1;a. siplaltioma and .. .$ 15
143 The- b.tl si Iplay of lorida
grwnv iSumritra leaf -Her-
S n.i .!. Tlioba''co Co.-diplomna
atnd ........... .. .... 15
3 144 TiTe horst dlsplay of Florida
Igrswn 'ti Cuan wlrappers and
3 tfller. Sunnybrook Tobacco
a' i[hde City. Ila.-diploma
and ................ 12


14--The best tet Malk of e
a Isald eotton-C. C. Pearce.
Areadia. t. .. ........ *
lW--The bst bale of short taple
cotton-CoMler Bre., Wash*.
1 In ton county ...... i
I1l-The bet t stalks of hort
10 stal cottte-C. C. Pearce.
Arcadia.L l... .. .. .. .. 2

8 DIPARTMINT J
No.
3 1-2-TI best box of orSSs-
Rumell Co.. Degoto coun-
t .. .. I *
5 958-- he t be of poweloe-F- .
C. Armatrog Mantaate coun-
ty ...... ......
0I 14-The Tst box of eon-t
IL Towns. Deloto county
15-The' best box of grape fruit-
5 J. J. Heard. Arcadia. ia. ..
156-The best box of lime--
Stanley Hanion. Lee county
I 117-The best box of kumquats-
2 d. Scott. Arcadia. Fla. ....
3 1--The best bx of mandarine--
S tanley Hanson. Lee county
i5 1--The best box of tangerines -
0. a. Holllngsworth. DeSoto
County .. *
0 li-The best box of guavas-
i Stanley Hanson. ree county
5i l7-The beat display of mangqlo
--Stanley Hanon. Lee coun-
ty .. .. .. ... .
171-The largest and ibet dlnplayi
of hbananas-J. C. Bate-,. Ml-
S ami ...... .. ..
173-The best crate of Japaneise
persimmons -- tanley Hlan-
3 son. Iee county.... .
S174 -The beot half doen pome-
3 granater Htanley Hanson.
Lee county .. ....
176-The bert dozen alligator
$ ieara Stanley Hlanron,. iee
county ...... *
171- The beht dozen pineapples.
.ihedoled Ed 3 FIa. ...... .......
179 The test doe-n apinecaptlll'.
Irown iii open- Ed. Saott.
3 Ar u dia. Via .. .. .. .
11n The largest dozCn pineapples
Etl Sco-,t. Arcalla, nla..
3 111- Th- h.bet Io, of King orange*
ilugh Wear. ilartow. Fla .
12-The beat display of pink
S sai"dinki Ak S I.. Tayl)or.
Hilllboritugh county .. ....

3 DEPARTMENT K
l16--The largest and hemt. most
attractive and complete col-
2 election of Florida honey r.
not less than ten poiinds
3 each. to be shown in lass -
Hugh Wear. Bartow ...... 1
I l9-The largest and most attrac-
2 tive display of comb honey -
J P Phillips. Marion county
19--The largest and most attrac-
3 tlve display of extract honey
1 ---Hugh Wear, Bartow ....
3 11-The largest and most attrar-
S tlv display of beeswax-
3. Hugh Wear. Bartow ......


192-The beat speclmen of comb
honey. not less than 24
pounds. quality and manner
of putting up for market con-
sidered-Hugh Wear. Bartow,
Fla. .. .... .....
193-The beat specimen of extract
honey. not less than ,24
pounds. quality and manner
of putting ap for market con-
sidered Hugh Wear. Bartow.
FIa. .............. .. 1
195-The epst one gallon of honey
vinegaar shown In glass Mrs.
W R Thompson. .Manatf'
county ... .... ... .. *

DEPARTMENT L
200-The iheat half dozen Florida
C'nr-.I hmin Ed. ,Scott. Ar-
a. F'i .. .. .. $ 1
201 The hetwt half dozen rtrit,. of
'lorida cuired baton T J
Al'pll'a.;ird 4Collmnhia i .aity.
202 The best Florhla cu-red ihai
T J. Appleyard, Cotluimia

203-Thie hebt Florida ciireid hbn S Colilher liro W'auhingtoh n
count ........
204 The largest and h-t b tithliev
of Florida madel lard J .W.
Tenci'h. Alalom liu o'iinutv ..
0.', -The bet ten pouinu sl f IFlor-
sid madee tirr. J. W. Tevcih.
lAI.la iuia collantv ... .
DEPARTMENT M
209-The hleost iii;rt of lpu;irkling
wine J t11 V.wards. I NSo-
to e('ill1 l .
210 The h"llt ilartrl of grape wine
J II. dw ards. I -Sot1,
count .
213-The hust quart of I-lor dil
aine. any variety\ J I1 Ed-1-
wardc. IDtSoto county .. ..

DEPARTMENT N
No.
S220-The Individual making the
largest. tbet and beot ar-
ranged display of preserved
tropical frults-J. L Cutler.
Lee county ........... 1
221-The Individual making the
largest. best and b et ar-
ranged display of home-
made preserves and jellies-
Mrs. W. P. Thompson. Man-
atee county ......... ... .
222-The Individual making the
larIst and moat beautiful
display of guava Jelly--Mrp.
W'. 4' EdI mliton. Polk county I
222-The beat glase of grape jel-
Iv-Mrs. 'W I. Thompson.
Manatee county .. .....
224-The beet plaps of aiiavia )tl-
I Mrs. '. %M Willitam. St.
Peterburg. Va ....... .
231-The t,-et gilaa of ma'-hw\
S ells -Colll-r Bros. Wash-
ing count" .. ..... ..
227-Th* beht aIlrtr of HpIle jelly
-Collier fres. Wa'hingt'n
Count y ... .
228-The be.t lInwat of pear )ellv -
Collier Hros. Washington
county
S22-T-h best glass of plum Jelly
-Colller Bros.. Washington
county ....... .... .... .
S20-The best glars of peach lelly
-Mrs W. B. Thompr, n.
S Manatee county ......
S24--The beot glass of hluckleberry
Jelly-{'. '. Pearce. !Te Soto
county ........ .....
241-The beat Igltw of hlackbhrry
Jelly-Mrs. W. R Thompsaon
--Manatee county .........
242-The ieat glee.- of ypre-erved
peaches-Collier Bros. .Waih-
Ington county ..............
S24-The h"et Jar of preserved
watermelon rind--Mrr. W'. II.
Thompson. Manatee county..
247-The beat Jar of pree rved
pluma-Collier Bro.. Wash-
Int ton county ...........
' 24-The beat Jar of preserved


I auc-MIr. W. IL
S Manate county .......
JS 264-The beat quart of
caunod ain t au- C(
SBushaell. Do sot e O ...
tl 2t--Tbe be t ar o( -
canned--Coller Bra.
lnton county .........
5 24--The best Jar of p 1"
-Mrs. C. a. u ol
8oto county ...............
257-The best Jar of tfg a
canned-<-. C. Pearm. f
Soto county ......... ..
6 35-The beet s ar of ee-rt
i cannod-Coll*r Broa., Was
Inlton county .............
25I-The largest and bet etu.
tion of canned frput-MII
9 W. B. Thompsonn, Mataa
county .................
2 0--The largest and best 6li.
i tin of home-made wi se-
vinegar-Hugh 'Wear, pal
County ............... ..
22--The best quart of anwet w
kled peaches-Cl Vl bler ,
Washlninton cou .....
2I2-The ~bpt quart of pire.
pears-- Mrs. W. TRo-.
son, Manatee county .......
5 24-The twbet quart of sour ce.
chamber pLklean-Mrs. W. *
Thompasn., Maslntre county..
S26--The beat quart of chow.
chow- V. C. Armrtrong. Ma.-
ite countyy ................
I 26--The lst quart of rabba.
joiskle.s Mlr. W. It. Thomn.
o n. Manater county ......
S 2C7-Thi,' lart'pt Iollection
fruilts. jelllsa and vegetables.
In arxl. yr ,one exhibiltr,
5 Tiil:,l, lIy her In 1>04. |j1
indl 190o...1MrN W IW Thoma.
*'n M. Mlanati'e r'inty ........
S :2si The tt quart of guavas
S:innedl Mrs. MaHgie. .
c'rioch. 1'uiita Gorda. la..
5 269- The' Itwft quart of huckleber.
rlea cinn'ld J. V. Waterl
Illlslo, ro county ...........
5 270-The- bt- t quart of natit(e
plium, cannedl -.Mrr. W. B.
5 Thompson. Manuatse county..
I 271-The litwt iiuart of or;nra e pre.
13 i ervo Mr. W 4. GiHy. D
Sntoi <-oiu nt." ...............
'2--The, h-rt quilrt of tickled
a5 invaii Mr?,. Maitggl E.
4'rouch. Puntan ;o,rsla. m.la..
273-The- he-,t int (of giaunv' but-
ter Mrs. Maglrie E. K 'rouch.
P1untas (;ordla. la...........
274-The tbwt pint of ,lange mar.
inldmhle Mras. W t Thomp-
15 Pon, Manatee county....

DEPARTMENT 0.
4; 24-The individual making the
I largest and hest and melt
attractive or general display
i ,of ornamental and follage
plant.. E. A. Iorbler. Tam-
ip. 1.a., blue ribbon, diploma
a r1d ........................
5--The best lronrD of 25 orna-
mental and flowering plants
I. V. Jackson ............
2l--The bxt Lgroup of 12 fonliae
plants E A. LorblFr. Tam.
pa. FIa ....................
I| 287-The tw t single aiimcslrnen of
follaKe plants'' I a-
throp. Maiintee county ....
2A--The hb.-t w-ell grosn speYl-
men of fern. iof any kind. la
A and 10 inch Iwto- WH' '.
IS I.:tthrop. Man:atr-i ouintv...
S251,- The he"!t itllction of Flns-
ton ferns In 4 to 10-inch pots
--R. J. J;ikk on .............
2 2t9-The t.elt icoll.ection ,of Maid-
enhair fTtrni in A to 10-inch
HtoL WV. I'. Luthrop. Mana-
t*-*e co'iti ty ...............
292-The'' ,"( trr llp of p;ilms In
10 4 t(o 10-in,.h IOti. correctly
n;>niviasl. not Ic'l- than 25 In
nimulhtir ilnd no more than
10 f.-iir of a 'ert;ain kind W. I '.
l.athr 293-Tihe tlwst grolp of Ipalmsr In
8 4 to -l-ln h p''ot. s.>rrectly
nii;a sel. not lss4 tli. n 2'. In
ntiisaher aidl n n m irs than
S futir -of a rttin kind W'. I'.
l.athrip. MHnnt icollintv
S4g--Thl tI st sinll \.. 'iiinl-n iof
I5 pal'-1 in l o'ir 1 -i'-tih Ip t oir
ltial \W'. I'. Lathrop,. Man-
t**e c' u ntn v .... ... .. ..
2 29'. Th* l*'**-t -ingIe pialm In f orw
le inih pst \V l.athrop.
M:' n i 01. co.i.nt ........ .
'9- Thle I,. 't ningrie arnciltirn of
4 <\ .t-I \ I' l.athrosi. Man-
j:lf,.r i o ln tv- .... .........
.'"7 Thi I,. rlnle' !rlmllinen of
S. tiadl.. rail '*." I"' Lathrop.
Mi.al,0a t1 s',intv ... .. ......
2"'. "'l.,.* I. t m Is I,, ln0.n ,of hang-
Sirar I,i.k..t V I' I.athrop,
1 .i, sic. I o nt\ .
J01 T I, l,t I i .*relranltuni In
1.1. ein J. ,t KerlH n .
3' T i. l,(-t -Ix ratlvla --E. A.
!I.,,rhiarr Tn.in la. .'I; .... ..
S344 rt,.- h.lst ..ilia IIIv William
S'roesai hI. I'int re i;<,rIl. Ia...
S 0:. Thr tiLst gf-nrnl ioliltelion
,f filfv ipotltd illant. adatldl
S fr t,'.Itling litUrl|Hi- W- WI'. '
Lathrop. Manatre county ...

DEPARTMENT O.
1- ;Setion 1.
10-The Indivliiual mwiaking the
latrest and Ih"t dlisplav of


5I (trus and other troislual fruit
S tree In talIs Huglh Wear.
Iartow. Iluc rihhbon. diploma


iunat In fruit Hugh Wear.
Itartow .. ...... ...
Sl12-The hbet specimen of grape
fruit Ed Srott. Areadla
1 1',-The' hbst specnmen i f or;inge
2 In fruit-J. CI. carter. D)aJe
4 it . .
316-The I'.et jns-., Inin of haniin.
SIn friitl 118gh Wear. liar-
I row .. .. .. .. .. ... .
317--The tbet m.pit(lnien olf ilne-
I ai.lple in fruit- Ed kcott. Ar-
caIdla ............ ..........
2318-The Iltt display of ever-
Sreens in tube--. A Lorhier.
TaniraFl. Fla .............. .
l39-The heit pweclmen of artwr
I vitae--E. A. Lorhler. Tam-
pa. lia................

2 Sleetii 2.
325-The Individual making the
S largest and bert and most at-
2 tractive and continuous dsl-
play of cut flowers during
S the fair-William Crouch.
2 Punta lorda. blue ribbon., d-
ploma and ..................
I22-The hest arranged floral de-
2 sign-William Crouch, Puata
( 327-The beat arranged floral ha-
2 k-t William 'rouch. Pulla
I osrdana I. ........... ...


s--The bbst vase Of pease1-
3 Mrs.L. MO.r ........

OWAITMNT I.
I --eat rMad 4 ee aaews to
rig-Kirby H. L mtth. Area.
do&. la.. be rlbbe sand....
-Dost raft here shows to
rutg-Jebs Maddex. Bartow..
5I1--Bst madle horm-Jobs Mad-
S dox. bartew. ia..........

hbres shown to ri-K. nR.
2 SmIth. Arcadia. Via.......


I N.. Chipley Via.U..........
4H--Ret nForIda-raaed coltn under
on year old-W. U. Reolmet
Taml PUh................
10 l--Wiet rorlda-rall d stallion
--. H. Smith. Arcadia. a.
W--rlorlda-raled mare-J. J.
Heard. Arcadia. Ia.........
10 tI-Bet sta llon-John Maddox.
Rartow. .................
IS-Best mnare-. C. Pearce. Ar.
2 1 cadla. P l. ................
I 2-- eet ackass. any age-C. C.
Pearce. Arcadia. ila .......
2 t04--est hore and lllht ril
ahown-J. L Wallace. Lake-
S land. ia ...... ........
2 *0S-- t Florida-railed colt.
three year and over--J. L.
I Wallace. Lakeland. Fia.....
2 gt-Rnct mar. wand foal-C'. '.
Pearce. Arcadia. ia .......
607-Be- t stallion showing two or
3 more colta-John Maddox.
Bartow. i.a. ................

DEPARTMENT S.
I11-Ram. two years old and .v.r
l! -C' C Pearc. Ar-esllia. dti-
plnma and ........... ..
114--Ew,'. t~wo yean, .ild an ov,-er
2 ('. '. Pearce. Arcadia ,di-
ploma and .............
619--Champltn r.m. any sre- '.
2 Cf Pearce. Arcadia. dit'l1,nim
and ............ ..
*2e-C'hnmpl'on ewe. anv nge C'
2 '. Pearce. Arcadia. diploma
and .................. .....

2 DEPARTMENT T.
715--e~t hbuik, two year nhol or
Sover-C" (. Pearc(. Arc:slia
2 1-Hest huirk under two v%'ara
old-C. ('. Pearce. Arcadlli .
2 f17--n1t doe. two years old or
over-<. C Penrc*. Arc'xdli
Tl7l--nHet doe. under two venrs
c ld-C Cr Pearce. Arcadia
719--let fleece of Florida rrown


wool-c-. Pearce. Arcadia 5

DEPARTMENT U.
730-low. two years old or over
(IBrkshlre) Collier Pros.
Chipley ........ ..... .. 10
731--Pow. any age (champion)-
2 Collier Brop. Chlply ..... 15
74--Roar. under Pix months old
(Poland-China )-F Outhrle.
10 Punta forda. Fla ........... 4
744-Pow. six months old and un-
der twelve (Poland-Chinal--
1 E.. Outhrie. Punta Gorda. .. S
711-loar and three sow. under
one year old (Poland-China)
5 -E uthrie. Plinta lGorda.. 10
753--ro r swine. the gIt of oine
Moar. or mnene e of ne 04. v
(Poland-China t -E. Cluthrle.
5 Punta lorda. Fa ...... ... IS
754-Boaer. any rae (Poland-china)
I' Cuthrle. Puntan o- d... 13
10 7S55--ow. anv are (Poland-Chinal
E. iluthrle. Punta ieorla 1.
759-Polr. oine -ear o'td se tFe i
('. IC Pearce. Are:cdia -VI,
10 795--,w. Under ix omnnth, old
(Eex, "-f. C. Pearre. Ar-
cn dia. Fla .............. 4
00--Bar. anv are- P. C Penrc,..
Arcadia. Fia. .. ..
801--Pw. anyv ae-C C. Pearce.
25 Arcadia. I. Fa .. 1...
07T -tlar. under tsx month- old
(Jersev R1ii -i' C'. IP4.arve.
Arcadia. FIa ............ 4
1l l-S-ow. under six months rutil
4 JT-r.e'v Red( i I' Piarce.
25 Arcadiai. 'la .......... 4
116 -4'haimplaon whoar. nnv .ie
4J.re#t.- Reel, C PIarce.
Ari'l ;.ll 1. F'l .. ...... ..
1 3I17-C'hanmpl.n m-,w. aiinv ne (Jer-
m..v Rf'di -'. C. Pearce. Ar-
Sc:,lla. F ;>I. .... .....15
1 $ 50 -IJ. aat and fiia tt"st hag.
elthe r *ex,. any hre'd l Collier
I5tre Chl,,l-v. ila .... ... 30
5 1l-The hra.et t'irkk of cie.r -C C
i Pear, e. Arcadia. Fla.. ..... 10

DEPARTMENT W.
The following amn:ril have hben
i male in strictt wa-.,arslrnce 'ith the
;Revlned Paoltri lv Preiiillm .it of the
3 Florida State Mid-Winter lair:

3 NOTICE-C'la mm not finlel are not
entitled toi mnev e-rds.
3


nBarred Plymouth Reeks.
aGorge I. 'lemens. (cala. Fla-
Iecond cockerel ............$1.04
0 Flirst pullet ................ J.00
Third pullet ............... 1.Ok)
H second per. .. ............. 1 0
H. C. Durham. Tampa. Fli. -
Third cockerel ...... .rhbbon
Fourth pullet rlbbon rihloon
W. R larris. Tampa. I-la
Third cock .............. rhbon
William P. Woodworth. St. Petersburg.
g* Fla.-
econd cock .... .... 1.0I
Third hen ........... .00
I arth hen ..........ribbon
; C. C. Woodward. Tampa. Fla.-
6I First cr.wk ... ...... 1.5
;FIr t hen ...... ........ 1 0
S First crakerel ............. 2 .I
5 Ariond pullet .............. 2.
Plrst pen. .......
White lymouth Reeks.
SWilliam P. Woodwarth.. St l'eterbhrg.
Fla.-
Sirst rock ............... ribbe
SPlr. t hen .................. 31. 0
S Skecond hen ................1 00
Third hen ........... .rIM-on
Fcourth hen ........ ridhon
I Iirot en ....... ribbln
Suwi Ptymouth RLka.
2 William P. Ws%%'arworth. St. Peterlsburg.
Fla.-
PIrst cock ...............rihhbbon
F'lr t hen ................. I :0
Sfec-nd hen ................ In
Third hen ............... rlhbon
First pullet ..............rlhhi on
Fltr;t en ....ribbola
Paetreid Plymweth Reeks.
4* William P. Wodworth. St IPeters-
burg. Fla.-
First cc(kerel ........... r:tshl n
s10 I-Ir-t hen .............. rlth, on
S ec-ond hen .............. rlauon
First pullet ............. rllwbo
10 Perondl pullet ... ....... rilbihin


I


Seem P try Pwirt DL pt-

Tira ( ............. rb



fIs M ................
50 *d bo ...*............. rl
S Thirt hea ......... ... o
erst pull ...........rbn
Plrt pelwy. rithM
1 r P N................. rib. o
omm
A. w. dr. aa. Petermbur. iaV-
is w t'O k *M............rmew
Irrat k ae... ......... ... rbba





prlat tes ................. ribb
1* M lte .Wuor.Water May-




First pul......... Ib
20 tu*.. *.. ...ribbWan
; Second l ^********.. ..r.tio
TM pult .......... rb(
0 Peurtbh pullet ........ r.ibb
1e0nad pullet ******* .. .
SFourth pullet ............ tl
.. rst p ...... ... i

"5 FIrst csckL ..i... ...... .

Second hen .......... Le
Third hen ... ..........
Sralt 'cokerel &.... L.
Third cockerel .........
Fourt h e'-rkerel ...... ribbn
1i 'rpt p lnllet ............... iL S
H1e4on4 pullet ....... n
1 Firpt ln ........ .. ... ;. n

Third len .
Mike o',ard. oIna. la:- ..-.
1', second cock bird .. ...
FIrst hen .................. 3
FCourth hIen ....... rl.n
S4e Tnds l x,,kre .... ....
Thlr. puillt .... '
2 F',urth pullet ... .... rlhhn
Second pen ..... .. .
olier Bro,.. Washington count>.
3 Third crkk rit ,,n
Re" Comb Rhode Island Reds.
J. I.lttlh. Keivts,,ne Park. Fla
d'r t r, k ........... .. ribhhon

S"onil llet ........... i .,a
SThirdi bullet .....
I",aIrth I lle't .......... rthhin
First pn ..... rihhbl
L R. Wo*mI. Tant.a. Fla -
Fir t c kt r'l ......... ribh-,n
muW Cochine.
3 A. HI. fnvol.r. S. *Pet-rsburg. FPl
First 's-,'ker,-l ........ ... ri ,. n
Sir .uli .t .. ........ ribb,,n


Slack Langehanm
A. H. Snvde-r. St. Pl'terahur. Pia -
r irt en kerel .. ..... ... ribbon
Fr t hen ......... ribbon
I White Leghern.
Mrs. Eva F. Pimm. Tampa. Fla.-
F'iS t ro-l k ..... .... ..
secondl rc k ................ 10
FIrw t hen ...... ... ...... .
Second hen ....... 1.0
Third hen ............. rlhfbn
Fourth hen ........ rth-n
Third cen-be .l ........ rthbon
H orand pullet ........ .. 1
Third pullet ............. I
First ipn ... ......ribbon
SMike *' ard ftna. Fla.-
Firt rmo.kerel .. .....r...ri in
Flr-t pullet ............ 32 t"
Fourth Iwillet ....... ribhn
Buw Leheena,
4'. c( Pe****' Ars ldia. Fla.-
I ir t o. k ...... rh
s'i."t he.n ....... .... rthh-.
First llet ... rlb n
SBlaeck MinerTsa
IJohn Simmon. Talmpa. Fla-
T ,-.., k.. r ... ..... rt bh en
Ti ?t t "'kre .rih n
Th ir.al p llle .. .. I ,
Blenjamirin C;'i tl. T.stnl,;. 'la -
'-irtl h- l..-n .... .. ribh in
Mike i'** tril. ina. V'la -
i First I k ............. 1. I 4
Ssie l Ir-t h n ............ I
S<-<-11<, 11-n ................ "'1
P lr- r ,illtt ............ 3 Oi
-On nt ll t .. o
Iir-t i i .. I. t
A. C" M,.u,.r .1 ori.ate, I.lunllltv Fla. -
Th.lrI '** k ... rhhon
s'-i.rth k .. ... rit)> n
Thirdl hen .. 1t1 0
Foaar tIh I 1nli:t ribltcn
Silver Spangled Hambwere.
Mike ,, '-rl 4 e. F.la.
'irst r k ...... rithi-ln
I- rt h,-n ... .... rlht ,n
QS oinu he n ....... rlhh n
lirst i ull 't rit1 wn
S9.siis pall t tb *n
Firot I.- n .. rlhn.,,
Cornish Indian Games.
A II f aaiv Ilr St Prter.tsurg. hlni
First is il'.t ... rihhon
A It nlet-r S.t. l'ete.r-bhsir. F1'
'Viit ,silltet Ancona rblhbn
A H. ,Sneter. St. lPt.rshursr. Ila
I-'irt ,'-sk 4(Hoinll altn rihhen
I' ar-t hen lHte>id.n ...... rihhon
A H. Hiarler. 1Mt. Petershllur. Ia.
Fl"rat hen V. P.,llth,.rihhnn
liecond hen IW. C Polish) ribbon
White Orpingte.na
J J. Pteen.1r I* St* oo county. Pla -
SF'rt pullt ............ rihbon
R second Iul'et .. ...... rhbbon
Third pullet ...... ......ibbon
su O ibaNglana
William c'r,,ou'h. Punta (Ulda. V a-
First r-4 k .... ...... ribbon
First hen .............. ... $1 S4
Se-ond hen ............ 1.0.
Third hen ............. .rtbtn
Fourth hen ........... rblhon
Flrst pen .. ........ .rlhon
A. p. MeUser. Manatee county. Fla. -
I Frt cockrel .... ......rlbblM
Pec-ond cockerel .. .. .ribben
1 rnt pullet ............. 11.
S second prillet ............ 1.0
Third 1 ullet .............rlbb
Fourth pullet ...........ribhnl
Sec-ond pe.n ......... ribbea
Geore H. Learn. (tcsla. FIa-
Pit Gaese.


kencnd cock ..............1 t0
Third hen ... .........ribtb
J. TL Archie. Tamp. rt.-
rd coci ..............Abo
Firt hen ............... rt n
Piurth hen ..... ribb
lHeter nros. Tampa. Fln.-
Firot rock ........... 1
Frrt ihen .................. 20
e*e,.-onl hen .... 1.;5
*lver Sebebight eatame.
Prank F'olpo m. Tampri. Fla.-
First r-ck .... .. .... rit lh n
Firnt hen .. ribbtn
@lack Red Oame Bantam.
Mrs. I." ',n ITr-lilldile. Tampa. Fls
SIrst .one-k .. .. ........ .. i r ht s.o
'ir tr h-n ...... rihoi- n
M ike '. w. trI *ti;a -l.t
F ir t ,** k-r l ...... rlht ,on
PIlilt I.i elet ..rtbI'a oin
Suf Cochin Banttame.
Mike C osward *inA Fl
V'irrt h,'n ...... ribhhon
Rer Cet hb lack a rlbtma
No" CombSim, t entme


NOUN


_I____


I


I


C
r -
rrn


Ai
ub


I












V




OSU






Ii








F














I


1~


i


t


.0 (i


1~ ~ ., (\


I ,


I

















M cilaneruui.


]Mlk
-Ulr


Indan. Runner Ducks
b r- <; N I-, ,


al .
t' -


-a .a I. I'Ia


S ..


Bronco Tuarkeys.


T.i 1.


E %2I I si nPheasants.



Whote Holland Turkey&.


nl't


Poeoons.
1: ; .




M :- -- .-


Anaoa Rabbats
N rK



SD. ogs.


S


I..-
,4>.. I
.


Per-san Cats.


Spec Ials.


t- '


T I


i -1 ;.* r a f.-

S.5-t~- \


M1. > \\ + k "T ,ii .., ,I n ;. *i,.,

S. .0, '' ,ln r. Kr ,I't &

\ l ;l. i !." 1 1 1 .1
" I ., ,, ',I i 1 .a i l .. a '

I I T1 > :r : .\ !. h I *a,

*' ; ; ,, ll 4.r
I. 'I '.'!
4.~ .' ee:. -al l'
"- 1 I,, -" l ,,\ f n t t, ',
S *r It .' '.- A *' Mi ,'


S, a .. .


I'~


'a',


"+ I I, .
* I 1

i a', .' ,i i\
.,.' \


-* I


I.


E-arPARTV%'T Z


r 1 a'~i I '
.1 1' 1.



'' 'Ti u1

-t na \~'~


K\ II .
DEPARTMENT


I 'a


'it.


I. it

B 1
* ,I i : ". "'. 9-
* -a -t

a04 .4


I ; i "I


1. I i Y t *! i .
S I a ,,-,
S. i ,' :,'
1 1 J i1

I .' 'I M ,' .

I I *
,i J 11
*- s .1 ha %'ai, .-.
I !, t' ,,I l .'n "


I I


1<'


DEPARTMENT E .
Srecals- oitdustrial Dept.




II 1.' 2


I .


T I I"


S II


*r


i-


. \\1


I S
I, \
'. ii I .
; 'f.a \ ili ] i. ,'
,'!- r .


, 0,


I 1 *
Ii
u '' r


., I


a T ," ;" il"\ "i T.i


't '' .

\ .. |* I .




.. ^ r,,, in



S.- i .1 i. '
l ir i- I. ,L
.2 i n 1 1 't*


4 1


.4-


' 1 'a




, i -
1T,:<7


-p i k e


I


I I I I I I .




Av '. T. I T.a

DEPARTMENT G-1
secton 1.



1 f -
M1 r- i I I i i ,
'.I .\ i .. .
Section 1.


I atl 's


; ; I a '" I '" l -"
"I a, a 1 1 '!t l 'I .


M .1.
.- ', '! "' '' ...r.. dr-..,


S- tl r i i ar | .
I 1 a I \ ,' l' Ii r 'I-
#1 T .. r' r i




I rl 1i .
I : I rI, 1 I- I '

i, 4 .' I a '',I


!I' t N7 t" .i S T Iila.i. 41-
\1' |I 'TiI ,i '4i
177 -S-I .i,' i *t f r ,,i,, l .



r-4
t s I a I 5 i
''l i't ,a


1 f74 St' -' I \\ -


1:;;I



17T'.


T" r\ ',,. 1 I .'t
,,- It' \ItMr. .t, a r"l ', \'
T.., -:. I :
1 i
T | P(, *" ,i r ii r *, i ,; i,. i i,11-
T. a.. !. .a i M .|, i l -
., i ,' K \ i -a' t '.. .

., 1I I l, a i 1' <,


' i r .. Ii .i -. .I. t''

- .....


4 Th; In t-t lrala aaf delivery
Saig Iorjmanufactured In V710.
1.1; 1.. rl#r %%,ajro n %%'orkl
'Ta jaaa -111 diploma
Ti- T be. be (110I118al) f o agons
itaFI baiggi. rmnuntfaCt~ur
1,1,01 0 lla ., tilhe limlits f vrm. I
1,!.T ae Titiri Haafll-As& & W
wo-iin4*a Tnm;'a. a .liplolsu 1
43! l.a't alllrall of &.artinate
sly.? k.V..?:& 4'ar.Tam-
pis FT.II I ddlollnA

ka mi r ii aln in pla~t I
I..g p onlg : Art Me#'I
ara Tampa. ........d. iplo
4 *11 tIwat di pp aiill'ial of .hurt
ill-teal %,rk IEagle- Blowing
& Art M.%ttai works. Tamp*
1, wa li1 3 4. lrdi iatt


!4li-a talippja cit% l nidI-
i a lHirugh We. A. 24, lau.


0 # I a t a'. a'l f a NItil. I







V, 1,111t.1-
I I 1aai it I~Y ast'l1l.











N \1 I I.e I


fl. pie
alitttt~






1. V I Iln


i.. VI.A


a *.. *. ,l i a.-f in il
ii''' a,.gI .2 Ii










4

01 I
*' 1 I \ 'lai I~ i~

I P C '



-, '; lNa ,A~

I .1 a ta'fl-

I .2l~l' *\ *. .~ Ii I a '1a 1,4!.

I a I' 1 1



',L -:lr '1p.,.lrei *. 2 '.a


M111are. palatka ..-diploma broldery-Mis eMaud HMI&.
yOf Florda-matip soape 9t. Letersng. VU.. diploma
tropical $Afp Co, gd .....................
31iftit Fi .l.l.'d'loma- 1716 Da cver-M3r L. L. T. Os-
bow ldieLai of (ar narl-tm. rugs v 4. 416 fortune t. Tampa.
a" "ut"i"111- Prox. I*~
a, i"a diplomatr. diploma and ........p
Cl er ki Ii n1 37-B1111tursu carf Nina M aud
Th aeI ar. t',,.'. VI, liplo) i Hinsey.Pt. Petersburg. Fla..
'Th R.Ilemt -.-. 'Iit m ukan diploma and ................
HI B Itrmokn.Ille diploma' 178N-l11idelvrd cover-3Ir.. 1. T.
n 4" a) it94) ,I 4*,k,.b- I flial .n I)uvli. 416 Fortunea t,.Tam-
tatul"I' flk luuatf r. ?*-:4t Ism. diploma and .........
I1111mbrr. bet nlilufa ture. I 709-041welmen initial rmhroid~ry
)Ylrrr bcr rlc~nc~.~~tur~ l ---Mrs. Mo~rrison. Brooksvlle..
*hlte ol-ak either hi? liiria- l'la.. diploma and..........
afactt( ,-d nultarr% 1064r.
be~t manufacturt-4l cherry 1790--Flanno'l blanket--Mis. 3aud
luhiber s.%. HInsey. 141. tPeterburg. iFA..
"Ht. F-18 .. a diploma and.............
b1141a~leau&,(Ill...1. 1 if4.s aII 1712-F-mbraildetred garment Mrs.
49G 10. lc',. haanallu l"'rt E P. Roberts. 1010 Michigan
White, ~aiaairmor C,6 .. .Ave..liIlaania artid..--- ..
Fait A*hite-., W.a1743 Piano lan-ad Minx 1Maid
Ualth,-%% .. Iiinsey. StW Petertrbtirg. Fla..
Fe anaiter lama ll,1-nii a ana.l
ehit~it'If1794-? Saoalm-Ian .11k einbrddea %.
from l'laariia rooto oand herb sad lt I'teal oo rn. Matllda
.Irair. 141#31.i1 Vaaurrteo'th *4S
~lll~~,mc unipa1; iiilli~ma ar .
The b174 'pc\ -. aanljta. alina ciad

iino ar alPig i % Irm. 1. T Iiaais. 416o
J ~ .iirijte* I4 V l-ittimiia 4 rlI di-
Javku',,,. %ill, I -.a. 'i', aaina 11,41111lllJ aial .
li-tdirnilav 'y .t b~thitriapahia 1744 Hula pill11114ll 11aIara tilaal-
111 s.12'-1 1l. ''t1 -i *l ta r. i.. r' lu'io 416 1-:
PtC'llfir k ilt iti' 1
'Tatcj knIacI a~.i ~.Iatii tot.Tampatia li-
Thon best l i 1, oI ;Ica if nalI .
Thebeu ti~.li~a '' iii ~i~~al'"17919 L.ampi. for ttlash!' trijal Mipoit
A V~ sfl Tari;.i. isitaii hutit.''. St l',?aershisaaK.
FIN. alip l'ma 11la diploma and
r~o '4 al~, a' ,f sta a4~IS~al 1'r;at aoila a'.i- lth Mips
Tram. IIr~i,. .r. T~a'a-M~audlhua..St -ttrIAturic.
1*1.1 ;41111


Cbeat~i'ic. J*fIlt K''" I" %a..# lIarciifstaIi t -a Ma1a- s %I a '~ruai
Tall)"sit 4'... a.16.. am.1- a..StFl'a.
Pa. v 1,n17
it I J)* a '.I~(I i Ii I I r



i C TM s? alll..! \ I t-- -ii.'i.'l t I* .1-vzon Mr,-t' tanal
WOMAN E; J'Sa WORKil.a ir*. .Westaa1,h.al1111a-1






Department S. *1'I ;trll4*1
46-The ui~*~tI;ra~u. 11406-3'alnav lomic Mr- J t'ruimt It oI
lurgai-ra41 ta fir-? *, s AIla I it '. K.0% %\ a-14t. Fr'ld 41a-
111-1116111 -01-11. ll~lrra~~ ,--~l~ ~ tlll
1I r" l~lle 1 4 1 ;111-, ,@\ West. 1.1 41,0II (16
V 401 1 11 14 -t r ll .
Mr.. I.L I =1 i c m ana- .'.iail '~a liaai.
Ir~CIastc I\ Al I.) 'lt:av


:P


1-altdeboard cover-Mr.. 0 W.
Rie- Brooksvll diploma
and .......................
IM0--Dollie., one-halt doaen--Mr.
Jeannette Adams. Key Weft.
Pla.. diploma and ...........
IMl-Table mat-Mr. B. D. Thom-
aeon. Brookovllle. diploma

1870-Laundry ba-Msa s Maud
Hlnney. it. Peitraburg. di-
ploma and ................* .
*etile 4.
1881-Bofa pillow- Benedictlne 81s-
terp. Pan Antonio. la.. di-
ploma and .................
13--14w p-lmen not listed-Mrs. M.
Richards. tl. Ptersburg. dl-
ploma and .... ............
SetilLnS.
lll7--ree--Mrs. Jeannette Ad-
am.. Key West. Via diplo-
ma and ...................
I as-I- ,lll-.,P. one-half doen-
Mrs. L. T Davis. 416 Foar-
tune tt. Tainpa. diploma
a n d .................... .
1899-'e-nterliere- Mrs. l.. T. Dte-
vli. 416 Fortune 1t,. Tamim.
dIplioi, a and ...............
18390 -14e iiilen 11it liltedl- Mrs. (t.
A. \\Vi,. :-.il Magnolia Ave.
Tatiamp, cdiploIma and
;974--idt1laiir.cl scarf- Mr. L. T.
IatHl. 414 Fo rtune Ht.Tam-
I'i. di iploiia and ............
Section .
1nss aati palliw -Mr II. T
litldagin. 13014 Randd d'e.ntril
Ae' Tainpai. diploma and...
1901 -.4hrlrt\,:lait IMr. o W fRea-
II.1l. lia, vllksvl i lle, ploinn and
1903- Aprcon lMr. John F'. Hick-
rllil11. 91*l loul it i te ith Ave
"'1tlliai.. aI hlIploa i 1114 a ......
19li Tallet a a ahia .1i Mi. J. A.
.lohsiil,,n it I ; i, Tenth St t
Ti';rllui' l iploll A l iltl .. ... .
!9ln Sp*I l l II it't litedXl .Mr,.
Willi.am C' arty. S. irleat ii
Av%.. Tuiinl.;. clillina und...
Section 7.
1916-('einte'ripla'e Mins Maud HIn-
..\ St 1 I'eteI .lhi rK. diploniri
and . .
19 17 'lihr.-. ailatli .Mlr Jsohn FP
IlIck inin. 910 F'tilrteenth
A%\ Tail inli. dilolma i inl .
1921 li.1l ,lr 4 \W Reagan.
1Ir.r-k,\ 1ill'. VFli.. diploina


1'. T.,Il-it iihi on M. r". Ii W .
III-,. I r,,okn% ilfe. Flu.. dipln-
1 : i d .. .. .. .
192I!' lIr,.- .11i. 4) W. Iteaan.
Irro'aok V.IIll. i.'n.. deliploma anail
1927 ShirtA.istrt ilhl Mr. ai. 'W lt*ea-
Kian. sro-okaviile*.. aldiploma and
19."' S. -a ii,.irn irst limited .al r I
2 \V iHe- n. Itr.okravillle, di-
pIl'ia atinl ........... 1 5
actionn S.
S 1934 Stile. bi. l .,,c ,r Mrs Joihn
V' Hli k'nin. 910 l'ourtee-'ith
.A\\ lTampal,.l dipnllim anl. .
19"'3. Iinr'uita ae -r- Mi I. T IlIa-
3 l-. 416K .orttune St.. Tam-i-
p11.I. mpl ia aniim .
19:;;7 --'Cont.i I -ce. Mr. l. WV ReR-
" gan. IIro-,kvillle. alll1lomt and l1.t
19391- Pla;I' te doilie. ,tne-half doz en
M1r.. I.. T. IDavi". 416 aor-
2 titie iSt Talrn,'l. diploma nld n1 I
194 S ,f.a ,il \\ Mr*. K H (tiin-
2; 1 in ,' .. a .. .
1941 liSrt l.r t iM r i '.rl I1111.
*;,1 a le'I "A l.anil St ITampll.
lip llailli.a itl ,i
2 194 i' r-'-i a1 Tr Ml-s iattcn.
:12 a *4(:tr Ave.. T.ainpa. di-
S. 1 1 t .l .I I-a .
2 ra4 ; I'.,Il .1lr Hl r\ itrat lh.
:l I l ,ill* r-,n A \ .\%'.. T; ipa.l .
Il i l' .a l I .

S' "I I r lm.lr'." 19% a r m'l" St ?
I T T ri II l.>1! *' .l i I i
1 t I l. 1 1 1. T I a i\ i. 41';.
SI .. '* ir St 'i;Tam pa. lill'o-

19'4,. T.l. nI -hl)Il*n Mr%. I. T.
-" I l- i- 410 l 'lrtine St T.in -
J.e 11; I '* ,1 .*n l .
1''47 l;.,t, Ilil "n l- Joahll V'"
SJliH k;, :la 'a91a I-'.urt.*-eitIh
'. 4 It I 1,. ali| l a 11, 1. ; i .a
94 1 I1.it .M1r- 1.. T I'. i. ". 411
I rtlatw t.. T a11... ,a,. llpa ts.11
:n l .
l''1*o l l,\ l -," M M1 4 1,--
2 | t1ii'i hi -a, It:|.. "I.e ii t '.i ala t -
-la 'tin "eta

2 :I, 5a ,, t n ... l.. .a la-
l, 'i| i l] lna i i. .
| hi l' ,l\ ,In i p t ii 'lh Ia111.' Il

2 t. I 1 e- i Al -. ll -i' I 'l tA 1-


1 M lMi;I ;ll
I'.'.' i ,I e, it 'r i. I. T .

I9 l 'a ', l J..a l rt. tt 1 t it.i-
S..un- K' f a. 1 |1. all l i



'.9' I IIn s 't l r i. ii. t (I' i thalli| .
,c',l n i e 's NI r. I.. T.
| u11". 41V. -'oI r Iti'a S(. T, t-h
a ',,i .I 'l;-Ia .a .ial -
S:. *,r l 1, \l.i Hn in ;1 .
Si I'. I ,t i hlt"rK. I la.. li.trl n.t
arial .
2 19..1' *u t'i. tr; N.eM. laa i Hlnl'*>.
': I' I' t r thuric I' lli. iatth u


.s1 list.la O %%,-a Flatlll

1 ")-1 .:c I'1 Ita- I f illI
I to 1 '1'111. lw yj I till-i so -;to lilt$
.1 P' Ti Io.l'. t. I A S t.
T I llipa. aflildI 1.1 lo via
fel It s~ 1. Nlret a .'at rga1 11111 I4t1;
I: Iaortiit.a St alt.

j 2946 C .sTsletd v i ', fra- ii*la-uag
M re 1 T I i ta\ 4 .4 1 .1 ;Fit rt its
St Tamilnahia. al --milstiiaa iti
247 1itrt i cutI Lii Iita elta nlslee-o- %It r
5i J ll. AI i mut r.ing a1 .-al~r A% v.,
a it'. 4111 0 cl l'.11;g 1 41aIt4
24l4 IkA It cn-uife #alIaI -nt~r'ia-b'. tNI I
2 1I. T. IPliuaist. 4 14 la'rtituta 5S,

'l. tI n; -alg ll.ur~ u
24411-4 'santo-raIt it a. Jutamtl itrtaa It ia'
2 lasralan Nmr-I. 'I' Pita%-4 16
f.'.-M itiv S Ct.. TampI)I, s. dil-lomialr
.a 11.,
~ 9.~ aR~ c`eiirtn lis as. turtit sl..- gfl-
Nir ru W.\. Hisv. lt'a''k-% llOle.


S. fit alt-t''rna Fla dip'l


2r 2 4 atd, r fita *1 tat1a4M a..rsie-
'. I l.I. I11%-Ii rl-",S T
ts~ I ':' Mt- If. S






al 'I i ais ct ua !
t TF1 1. ~4a' 6Fita'tVii- t.
,.I ra*.If r1 a-. 1.a' yr a1' N ,"


S?-t T'.a111111 1.ii '5. lilai- l I ala
To 9t" #-r" it- I J-4a .I 1.aII M -li'a Is

1- t lilt- lit a alul
a 11:1111. 1 k !af I 4


WebbI !"i I'I"L ri kr I A%,





T .I! -1 11 4V I .4 i l


it imin i I 41-i lz f ri
'I \V Ills- 1 r' ..k-,. nill- I a


a .ll glhl i a .aI1r1 a.
%Ir ,4 1. # I ."a -r I" i NI I- wS I T,
1a. a 11 194ra 1 11. .
2 SSection 2.

M 1,s I. I1-.I1' rlot. 414 l1'

Ila ti 'F:' Ia -a ali t urue a it-
St I'ste- r..Ip at.tl'lp il

1 :7 1'I' I r -K Ila.--'it I II a IofIitsofia -re.'t
















l'.,traamatr SI -ikalall. aIi7r
M r -l'. 'r JaalI.'li 11'r.a'I tar ..II l
f0 i~~s, Irl#-,I i AI f S I Tamp I.

1%%14 111:0 r A'. a' im'-cAa af r lil' t
Mi iwrul N. o -
I X N rkin". 4,1r1f. a'1 f N 'a
I. mlVin---t. St Mt I'.?.r -IlrIz.

















I. r s',I~ ali'2 uar ;aII I i''!\
-s '. St.I *ri'4,1g V a
2 41 4 T ahlanla aIh isMmi fi
[ Stai 11-ea' i mli.htirg. Finit l l-
T1941 \1. Ma, 0.1a-11'aa


I's t I tirrI tg I- I to alSt-
2 Tampotu air .1' ll n .



I Inh \ olose nnl 1 I- l-















I.I.Ima nn-
.1 Vo visSwith Mltai .
IF-4'1- Simwaiillwf n '1-t i'at' '0 M i M.
\ Is.-4-i. -' I A Nevbritiska A.va-
Tat augut. d'5 Ifatlila a nda .
I i2 t aliav iltoiia'.' \1 rx A. R '

allajolainuta anal .
1 %'3 -lHamndkecrahief" Mr Pi. F,.P
Ilaabaerts 1011 ~Michigan Ave,
Tia 4aa ', al ig.iaaaanua gates!
%4I4--tt Mri. J.aunette ian.

14?itl o LI 4 14

S ll Ii.ar '4 u. atiha- NI an'
itIld. a 24 1 t-na~tl. It


l~it,,- o f.r .ir I-L



I.til''- I-I ra *j t' '' I u aa
.q4 1.-1ran' !? '- a r .,. Iof


4


3
I

2





so



3


9

.-0


:10
PO


PO


Maud Hinsey. Ht. Peters-
burs. Fla.. diploma and......
!995-Honiton lace bertha-Miss
Maud Hinwy. st Petersburg.
Yla. diploma and ..........
997-('luny lace collar- Mary E.
Jackson. 09 Tampa St..
diploma and ...............
2998--Ftlt (,ulpure lace center-
ilece-Mrs. N (. Raker. R.
FV D. No. 2. Itox 39. Tampa.
diploma and ....... .......
299)--Het r leclmen filet (ulilure
nla'e -Miss M. Alenl. 2916
Nebranka Ave.. Tampa. di-
plonma and ................
eatioen 11.
2012-L.:,e cernterpleve-- Mrs. B.
Hlr.an. 17;4 *',*ntral Ave..
Tampa. diploma anl ....
2014 I .,re pnlr winslow curtains -
M.lud Hilnecvy. St Peterrburrg.
F1la. diploma and .. .. .
201t l.atc ,e ,llli. one-half dosen
Mrs. Jeannette Adams. Key
West. Fla. diploma and ....
2)01--La.ce hbtrena c over-Jennette
Haskins. 102 Hill horo lit..
Tampu. dil,lom;i and .
n200-Lac nidehi.ird cover Mrs.
0. W. RIc. Ilrookvllile. na..
diploma and ...............
2021--Iaei,. table cover-Jeanntte
H ,ckinl,. 102 Hlllh.bro St..
Tampa. dipllima and .....
2023--l. e chlld's cap- Mr. II
(lermer. Ross and Jefferspn
Fit.. Tampa. diploma and... 1
202'5--lan'l. for door Mrs T
fIridltge. 130s Randnd '.l -ntr.l
Ave.. Ta mpa. diploma ;ani
2024-Lace- ia,.ero Matry K. Jack
Pon. 409 Tampla St Tampa.
diploma sand ...... .
20! t Sp' imnn neot tlite-d Mr F:.
I'. Kendrick. Hrokviille.
F'l... diploma nand .
3000-Largreapt and tHlwt coll Jeanc.tte. IHkinn l112 Hill:-
laroi St.. Tampa. ,llplima nand
3001-- 'ni'l, l x rft Jetanette Hi.s-
kin-. 102I Hillshro St.. Tam-
ipat. diplonimaind .t. .
300n,- lwce h;t ..;Jeinnnette Adlamr.
Kev IWent. FIa.. diploma ansi
3004 -.La, P collar .MNir, .. A1epol.
l' ,Nebraska Ave.. Tamplin.
diploma and ...... .
3001'-l.ne(' roat- Mar" :. J:.ck!-Ao.
604 Tnmpaa St Tampa. dipil,-
mIna a nd ............. .......


actionn 12.
-',34 -l.a-cec rnterliece Mrs I. T.
I DIavlr. 416 'Fortune S' Tam-
p:a. diplhoma and ............
.03; -lacec dolller. three -Mr* 1.
S T lavilr. Tampa. diploma
land ... .
.'036 -l.tale wai'.lt Mrs JeiPlnnette-
1 Adamn. Ke'y \V '-t. Fla.. dli-
Il,111.al a tllil .
.'n45 lkoli-e. -I-t MrIr. Jeannete
I Adointp. Ko. v \w'.t. Il:l (l-
,Ilualnl1 rdit ) 4 .1
-046- C--llar %Mrs l. A. '\\,I '.'1
1 M ;K ,,l: \\a i' T;iili. !"
plolli :, Idt .
2047, S.a I billow Mr-. .i.innett,
2' .1.1l.ani Key Wes-t. -;la .. ll-
pl. a.' t ;inal .
2 44' 'I' .ielt aa-ht' .ini Mr" I. T
t 1Via'. 41C. Vrtine St T:rim
: a l a4I f II- I- '.a :* mti' a
w :I. *li ,,,lo n n l,-
a*149 S'**. rInt ll-ted MrN-" 47
,t \ \\".* 1,I,.'1. i M l ,*rllI.\ A .
'rF;1 .i. ,lal' m agn,.t :anl .
Section 13.
1 ;'" .ircLf. t a.llrt **, t ral!Ih-tli'n

-'oni *r" .1 I lWheeler.
2 Pl nt q'itV. !1:1 ,liplmn ;n l,
2'W I; L.'ai h la-th VIfflm Sltrnm,,n.
r .1 I. W h*'. I.- r. PI. lit
S'it '. lll tia .ira l
3 "'7 *' nt..r('I i-c- M;u.l Hi it'\ .
St P'ti r hiirir F'lai.. dli!l,-
lrlI anil I
-2 2 ." l-Trr v oir -:ar\t -r'* .'lth Ni .'.
W \ T. ligiains. Six i '-
'ree.k. r cr.' NrMro ,; .A W04,I .
Tampin. liplrimn; :inl .. .
24PIC'-St.anil cover Mr- Joa C'rlH
lAon. 4110 I.tfa ette Mt T..II-
65 ;i. lil'liroll ;Ia n 1
;04)4 Sdtehoural cover Mrs. S .%
Phillita,. 440". E St.. T. nlTam .i.
Ssil ol, r'i;i and .
247 [Ill ii ll ov,\'r Mi < F': I'.
Kendrick. Itr<".. k. ilh-. ,NiI.1,
1 m .s n .
n, lltlic Ix tftis ii 'n.
1 ca.ire of J I' Whc'-ler. I'l:irt
Cityv. Il:.. dlt;oraiil: arnl 1
?t!4-Tahle c ,over Mr- \W T IIr-
1 gin x. Six Milh' I'r, k I ;te'
Mrots f A W\V'h. T.asirli.
dl1plem;n ;nt .
2 7- Hiandkrilk hief I Vf l:fl mlirt'ir
a*'-rt. J I '. \%Vhi l,'r. I 'lint
I'it '. F'la.. adil'lantsi.' ;anl
50 207;3 l'illow e %*-*. Uital M.aid
I inmn y. St. I' te-.rsh ri.l. il!-
plomna and l
f V7 It0%a I'. ct Ma'i Sl:vetn.. 2?"4
2 P'lorita Ave. Tmnipl.t. ,li;..-
rnI and
2f7T--.AIr,,n M.ud Hnl.-v. St. l'e-t-
2 irshirl'. Ia.'I.. lilploma and .
2.79!- Shirt\. alat Mr-. If A. 'au-
,\av'. Ara.dia.. ia ldipl-ina
Sand .............
204t0-4' lla;r and f itif met Mrs
John V. Hlickman. 910 Foar-
Stee.inth Ave.. Tampa. alilo-n
ma and ......... .
2091--Toilet cruehlmn-Mrs A R i(
Morrlnon. lrookuvillle. diplo-
.0 rna and .............. ......
20r2t- lWern Mrs. Jeannette Adamnv.
Key .We',t. Fla.. diplnmn nanl
1 20f3- I',r*et crover -filee Mirine,n.


20i44 S|I- h Irn n niot li te, .l<:ii -
1 e .\A-l *tur K''V \', -t. .l-
Illrnit sindt .
Ilt r.- Itr'. a'i,%O1er .l'Jqn t1' i11:-
2 kint. 1f' lflllshornSt t Tmn
,;* *li. lotl n ;i ilt
2'tO T1'7.,00 o ver Kat- .\,nadr r-.
I :70 F71" orll: .\v-.. T.ir:ip.i. ll-
pIl, .i ;ind l
"i'al Tra.v or .anr -r' -i I .th Mit-
a'. K'. tilra Wr.. k-' '!-.k
l-* '. -1.] n1 1 1t *I I
2L93 .' h 'lr i i-? Mrr J S. Sriitli.
2 7 i 'i*,,rltI .\ Av T rliai. a 1t -
10-,il ;,nd
24194 i:t-l"y sdr-" Mrt \W i!lll Arl'-k.
Illhtrook vllle. hlV *ill|ln,.he ,*iun


rmerrAPUM 96 Ir


0


*eetien 17.
2134--Fncy vtwI dpre.-.d Mr. Jean-
notte. A.il.A s. Key \Wet. dl-
pinhr.a anli
:13 SINatal .pref..I Maiid HInwsy.
S'. 1' l-t rul.rt arg .. l dplc.
Ilit and .
:137 -- : 1r'U ii ",.-r .1r<. W.
{lI .. Itrn-..k ville. ila. diplo-
lita adllt .. .. ....


135 I .a i. ',r ltit mant Mr. (I.
\\. tll e. IrookLvilll. diplo-
I" .* i .
2139 -T' let ..? Mrh L. T Vla.s,


2140 ii.l.ir 1irn- JTannett. Adi-
.*! ik. K, West. F:a.. diploma
.1,1l


'a4.a I ~


5a. 4a',a: 'a, Il. t .m (I.


DEPARTMENT G-1.


Ia'- ?. .'' aI In I'.




164SA-The I~: r~ b
-tP'' la'. a'






1491 The -. \1-,
14 ltr\.o i iLt ,i: A%*


aI sa.1'1.I '.11 Ii.





TI a
V T'h-'ia I.,- j a
?eir. a I~ ~I ['u'a 2 aa a eia.













NI
%Itrai 4aa *1~*''
1n- TIi !tr\ el I ~ af a i .a 'a'.
3-Ti. I.-*;'Ii..L i'












r' ii iv Si .tli i
17 1- 0. aI's
u''-- h~ 'at -, I a

I'tara e' 5? '1 '





I-n 'uk' S) t ( ( /

t'.'2 ~ ~ .i *I*
I:32 T I. u-a -I '~ 'I .2-. *


I


1


1


11


S .

'a'
Sr


T 'I a









A -


*4


I


.


xm


Kam V. j ~a.. s T
I Tampa, diploma a&d....
2 W A-Bfobbl a lao bet oerme
--Benedktlw Eltera, Ean
Amontlo diploma a.. I
2 2 7--bpecmn Irtish point 5a--
Mra. W. Ri o. aBrUoa Lst
ea, diploma and .......... 2
1 I6Ez.u.of Dwchess lace-
Kate V. Jackaon. Tampa
S *t... Tamp diplomaad.... I
1 2l--Toke for coraet coera-Mrs
Jeammtte Adawm. Key West.
PlI.. diploma and ........... 1.1
2011-Toke for niht dres--Mrs.
1 M. Rikhard, 8t. Pete.rburf
a.. diploma and ...........
ft2 -Point lac baby eap-Jeam-
1 ette Haskla. 102 Hilllboro
it.. 'ampa. diploma and.... -
29--Point lace bertha-Mrs. IB T.
Pprdue. Brooksville. la.. dl-
3 ploma and ...................
2991-Point lace collar-Mrs. J. W.
Children. Arcadia. Pia.. di-
ploma and ................. 2
3 2994-Honlton lace collar--MIs


.. lom- dI .. ......... 1

l10--Patr s.-f-Mur T. DI

dtpoma uad ............... 1M
1N--Pir pillow e-ss or a m
Mr. LI T. Davia 416 -r-
tumne t Tampa. dlplem
ad ........................ 1 0
-SIM-taGd pr--Mru. L T. -
ViW. 416 Portrina E T, hes
diplw a sad ............... .L
2-1-Apron- Mald HIs. .
rt2e ur. p, diplnma -ed 1
Ir7-HsTadb.rchef-Mrs. 0. W.
Rc*. BrooLatlle. ra., 4dipl-
Iam sd .................... .30
t2l0-pcimeln hemetitchl Mset
tsted-Mrs. Jesamette Ad-
nam. Key WeoS PS. dipsT
mr sad ................... 1

2115--utt ladiel ufde, w r. Ihed-
mnde--Maud Hinsey. L P-t.
errbur,. Pla.. diploma sad.. I
211--Lrdi" skirt macbhiw made
-Mra. A. R. 0. Morris0 .
lrook.villB diploma sad..... I
211--oruet cover. h.nd-mad--
Mrs. L T. evie. 416 rer-
tun* ML.. Tamp. diploma d 1.3
2120-'oremt cover. mnchlm made
Mri. .. T. Davls. 41I4 rr-
tune IL. Tampe. diploma
and ............ .......... 1
t2l-f-peilmen of Dewinl not lit-
ed- Mr~. 0. W. Rk. Brooka-
villi. ia.. diploma and..... 1
2122-p-lpeclmen h>ut(ton hil on
cottua. one-half domn- Mr.
A R A. l Morrtioa. Hroolt-
vllle diploma and ... ........5I
S2123--lg.clmpn hutton hoklr on
p1ik. one-half daln -Mr. A.
R. (;. Morrison. Brou~o vlle.
diploma and ............ .. ..t
2124--!g,.i.rm-n button hole on
T'orst.d -o ds. onm-halt des-
S en--Mrs Jeannette Adam.,
Key W-ut. ILa.. diploma ad .5
212t--lpecmlln,-n lptrhling-MrnY.
T. pavl 4164 "ortume UBt.
Tampa. dilloma and .......
2127-Home-mac. flhannlW. fiva
S yar.l Mr.. E P Roberta.
1 1ii Michian Ave.. Tampa
dl'lonira and ............ 1
S213--Home-mald. ( 'Yard.* Mrl E P. Roberta.
101is Mirhlin Ave.. Tampa,
Sdiploam and ...............
2l2t-Hcome-made rnh. five yard.
Mr,. F. P Ru~trti. 1o1
Mlchigan Abt. Tampa. dl-
l3 aI nant aHntl .. ... ... 1
133--y(ei-lnuen hand ewlng. not
Iltrl Mrs Jeunnette Ad-
am. K*y Went. ipa diploma
anI ... ..... 1
2O 300-Hialv Ir*e-.. hindl-mad. Mrs.
T. I" Alex4an1ler. 1>3 tardy
2it. T:am lnli. clllm and .... .
g 3010-HIahv -kirt. hand-mad--Mrs,
n D Thomascn. Rrooklvlle.
i" a dliplma and .. ....... ..
301.-'N.rllr.-. nhlrt. machine made
2 Mrs.. i. T rlhvi. 41e For-
Sli tione Tantiia. diplom4.. and 1.10
3013--.lilht ehirt. imachlne mads
SMi1 I. T. I. P vlo. 41e VuIr-

S'n'e' aI.. TaeTnia. dlllflm.i and I.5t
tOl.--lHahv *dres. mw,-iirhin. made--
Mrl. '1 A. We-bb. i01 Mag-
n Mla Are. TIamp.i. dpllomal



l,,Ihi A\'. Tii.Fl. diploma
3 01 .. .... r. r a cn hn e l.d
Fla. 4.. ...... 2se


J


.r Z C_ P! P I tI rr


~ ttl ;ii6iltf I~lf It!l;~ II


2142I--l.mlnlke-rhhlf lbox. basket or
.50 '.- !r1 I. -r l a.*l.. 414
I-**rtuni St.. Tampa. diplu-
Iiia and ..... .. .11
2143 ;Ilv- lix. ILasket <,r cra -
SlMr. Joiaettilre Al,.am. Key
5 \\,'. l'a h li. ,lo na and .... .l7
l244 --J*-\\~'l itwN. Iraskt cor rase-
i \lr Jl asintietti Aldamrn. Key
2 \V e.-t. 'l1. ,diplomali and .75
21 4'.-St. Iarci bag Eilna Lj*
Kinag. M.an Aintonioa. Fla.. di-
r0 4 lh *11. ida .3
2147--hqplrinv hag Mary Thom.
S ja *rtlin- .indI M.irlon e ta..
T ntriiu-.i tlli.i iMin and ..... .7
r.0 214%- I. 1. 1 .l*n lt.i, i.i. It l lat M tra.
It Ii. li.i ll te I;|7 9 Miichell
i( it iiiplm.i and
.f~5 1491-l iunitr> )>. ,iril. K*- \\ -el. IE In diplo-
S I i; .iind .. ... ..1
"l-' 12 4'ra.it .ail Jitleaiilttr Ad-
i 'liq. Kevy. \V'e-t. FVita.. dilllo-
lil and .7
0t, 21'.3 \', l i .-. I 'nei, ltl- lin ilr-
t'rsq. S.an A. it'-nlt.i Fl:.. di-
ploi.t .inI .-. .75
,r 21.,'4 iA.ini r-ui-l r *I 'rers .M ra ('.
P: I i.ia tr i '. I. r~n i *iil n.i ;and .. .
2155 l.a. .,.c4- lil < i. "W Rhe-.
I trr*.k* '% i:l-. *, .i ,s. ll nra i and S
21 .ls I in. t \% Ift.r '.. l .livn' .ol ptln-
l ,n Mr i \\. Itreian.
1 t ,okI illl*. al|> nl, andi 1
.1 lrit-h tr,',,.'u *',Il**.. \'lnra
S \ rn* I.itt. J .i k *,ns iI e.
1 I i.I ld il ,'-- : I ;1 ,. t
1'7i' tin .. k i .llar Mrs A.
SI i ; \lrri-.-n troo,k vill,.
I C .i d l|> l ii< .il l ... .
2143 1l,-h 'ip o ,lti. i. linen
.I-lint-Iette Ad. iIla. Key
1V1ret. I'la.. diploma andl
2144 Ie r;atl.t a i i k*.k ,i masazin
i --v.r Illanche *c'Haiir "'-
,aIr Ar.. Tampa. tdiplima
anl .. ...... .... .
:14. Snf :il.'. Mrm A it(. i
S Morrisln. riikrvavile. dlplo-
Ilii and a .. .. 1
2l7-htonph fame -Mra 0.
2 %W. t'layton. Key Weft. dl-
t l-m1rn alnd ... .
I 2172 INit,. gart-er Mrs I. T D-
44 l Iortuine t.. Tampa.
a ali|Il, I tint ..... 1.
1 "217 .> a-('|e trnn hvl ..rk Mrs. W. T Tre-
mitner.. I!4 V'nly St.. Tampa.
I 40 dliplo ;u .iana| l
2179l I-1*. \ ,rk a ,ai.Lks t Jeannette
A\1 miv K-. > \V.Ist. V.a.. i41-
2 I1,lamn and .73
341I7 HIt*. -i.*-irne-n he hbao itm-
.r ,Ia.r\ Manti IIIn,,.v. Mt.
2 "'.t,.r-lnar FIln.. .lispfira n dal I
3flI I- It -- ;l,. flitne.: hiarlkalucrk -m-
I.ro', .i i M I. T I :tva.
2 41.: 'lo-tine M T.irnpta dl-
I'. a rinn iit. I
301l- <' h ,tl .ti ;.r-,n Mr-. R I..
3 N,' n t .r- kr villle -", dl-
pl"ma an.I .
2 Satieon I.


12




27


:il l,
1:, ;; l ia. III ii h .a e a11 n1r. ,as .11r
2 ;l\ iri '. rl.iiniI .i. illi.l llil alt 4ti
19;ft ..I,1m i r .1 r II r'll r I[ral.h.
:.l' h tll* nd rltln Ai\. ay.
2 1' 1 .i l ;u l ll .
1!971 Slurt I\ I i'-t Mrns. Ainll.i Eller.-




2 'I,. i '1 1iS. ali|l .lls a i i t l .. .
Section 10.
t' i ,' i't,, Lt It, -t ,' e-,f.'lC en
S.1- liaeitt*. II -atl Ilnt 2 Il:.q-
1 !. St T a ll ,.l. I l ,l4lo i't .alrI
1'.~l I llill lit' a til t rp l r -
2 .1 M tI;lisl H il'A \. %Mt l'-t.-
l ir 'l. t a lil ,iiirit 1 rind .
19't. I ,ll.' ,tiin I s', h;ailker'hlef
2 i- Ji-anit. tto Adtiauii. Key
%\\% .t. 1.4 dilP-in.t and
19<13 llanilt i n I; *'. sillit--. threp aor
2 ii'ore Min Mattlia IHin-ey. St.
i'tator.,burg. I-'l diplomat and
1904- Hiloniton la,' dollar. ailor -
S M'l-- A. I. I'arrulthf-.r 701
T'vli.ig S1t.. Tampa. dilloma
i n d . . .
2 19!b II tltn aInce c *liar. turnover
Mr. 14 A 'hillllp. 4(n F't rt
2 s 'r.naui. l, di'plom.ti a nd .
l'i 6; au,,','t,.n l.1. 0a s hihli aa m
M r- .lhin V IllT k'nll rn 9 t1
I'martenth A\<' Trppaa. cIa-
,l T;tllpiit cilt-
1' 7 I a* s1 a tilu e .l
I "a' J..an. tr- lnkIn- 12 Hi.11-
I,, r S t :1'Tl .0 ,lil,. ralli 1,1t
I 1'.% -P 1'It I t*-a- hainilkernchlh-f
.ir 1 V' .%I' ki -s'I A.** T'it l- .t

1 'ai tiff I ** I r. I 1r *'i.V
J. aiti tt<* ioiei K'Y W '*.t.
J" .a 1a1a;a .; i .,1: 1 .
2 19'2 t-' .\ rli troi, tic 'f tit r-
'a .Inliiraln'-t .s h in ai. K .v
\V'aa- -l n ,illloa i lialI ..
a t i, R* i,'. In ti i 'lili,,ire
In'- ,lols:v. i;>rlnd nI eIt .M rsi
S* 11 Il<. I- lrok-\ 111M Flid.


. I ,


, I I I


I


'i


I *


1


S I I .


I


1


-- I


i k .


!


i 1


I


I




I Eb 0--f -13- I. iV


PMrIAY, APAIL IL


l69~-Kri~ chl'4a, Afghasn Mrs W
a r il 7. t a h l n K-
lion st cisg.1a ll la. a nti
K1 r l llddar qe''..*% Irv C

Tvwrrs. EId tiuantl
S t 41ve mas mrue .Mrv. It


K % !t it;.ro
4 'ra %,k f r.1


1197- Klrt lk st k I nxv aNiaud
Httiu. '% -1 1, ?. .., eg I

C k:t. iim



1? f '. V H .I.- r* I --] M i'.a .1. Ii
A .% .Tin. .; ra: u1,1 1.!
k Pi iK '? lt!O 'P Nliil-l fit
~\ JCy' ~YI~'ofr~


1201 K a- .~aa~ aaa
NI a ; Il- a ~I' n-set-
V .


i


r~4a? i-.-. -


aI. -. I'


I--
., i

* a ,


II -
I I' t

'a.! a


Sp i'o-

\5 a i a


" a ,
\'" \


.' 5 'l
h I r


-t ba -
1:: '.i-.


-- I -'
* -.
S\.'


a -


I I


?- : I- '.. \ .
. .

a;:a' I;.,. -M ",

a t '

I "- i -



) er- 1 .. ,
,'''1 \ I a a a IC 1 .Ta

+'*- H I ... It I" I
% I .,'


2T:24


1: a\-.-.


!:It T.r! -,'


a ,- .


So-tton 20


., t ''a a .,


,'st .. T :,


", ,1 I *
*r \t'i a a' a-

.* .. I"
a J |
''-1e a,' I
.?* .* .. .
4 1 a; NM. ,a..

.4 .
t.''. a -.


I-. Va
II


a- 'aa
-. -- in-


and .
2324-Kalad ret. dlih and six plates
Mrs H. J. Drawdy. Tampa.
diploma and
232S-I'ndei Instructions. figures--
Mrs Mary F. Skinner. Dune-
dill. Fla. dplorlma and. ... .
-124- I'ruler Instructions fliowera
NMrr. 14 J Drawdy. Tampa.
dpllomlna and
2327 I'ntler Inertruction. heads
Mirt Mars K':'knner. lune-
dinl. Fla diploma and .
2 25- Mlrtiiatre Mrs ntrvet liglht-
f'--t Tampa. diplomn and .
2329 Sahirtaniat ct Mrs. W. T
Tre myainne. Is 'ardy St..
T.iain..,. dllilavia and
2330 141 thuckl.- Mrs. WV T. Tre-
tmilrie 114 I 'artly 4 t. Tam-
I.s a is .1 i, ua a nd . ..
Section 2.
:34< a -, ,ic< ,',,, it ,, not lean
It ti na%\- Mil. I.a a Shnw.
*-" 'Cedar Aae T"ampa. di-
I 'rna arnlt .
:47' I '.rt rI t NM ml.i, 4Shaw.
a '"-altr Aa -. Tam ,ia. ll-
I.' I Tl 0 ,
4 :4 %1 M ..,,. .Mi. I'I. ,ale Itaker
,t. t "! .1:1 l..m : t itiI


I I 'cI,.. \a a'- I a .a ,, a

; "" It, .

I. T I ).* : 416


1. I- \ | "
.^ i i ^ .


I


I -


'I


" 1 1 .


I 4* '. : I

'- a a" : 2 "


" .I
I '- 1
a a.\


a t'



;,4 '
4: I


.
." ',4 4


., '


a '


S~ct~aot 2'
5 -`;- aa,
I 5 -- -~II


-I I a



ART DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
Sct< On 1
t


S J I I
*- '- -1 1 '

" '.' "- I a
,. \ a


'o ." t
-'G -'c.



I_~ e -a
? ef" I ,


I I aI
*- -- -




"
,' t .



'cad ,. ,



., ;
a Na a *, a


a : a- -[ -


I ,, .\ \\

a* t f ,. -a

'a '5



M- i- ,.


a
.t' I -
S \. 1 .- I
a' ... ..,:' -

\ \\
1 f 'a .'

a in f a~
'- M\ | i -
| ,' i ., .

I .- \\ ,


a- a


S I .m i l ill


Section 3.
S" '. l'. f\i
t' .1 Ia' 1 aJ \. scm.- T.,na-


*r''-'--at
"I : a '*l ac It I m -



i t -



I a a .i r i -
1 'a- I: '"I' ,J Iht.aT a



al 1 .r;., .:a min I
11 -
'"* I 1 \' lan- | ''.e ,r Am,+ 1'1i-





S.~ta r a 'r .t ll \ ..
" ", A J te ,,, a,






I- t N* itMa J e rt -
3", i',*|n K n|., trh.




-" '' -'' I -'' a l- tal \'
*,, >>r:i .kt A v .





,' t "* l ,. 1'r'.k li. in

":. 'ta Ma .m !
I +. ;. L'* h "' -

|1 T ,




t'.,' M l '*' R Y. I "..r 0 i 'T* %1


- '' a ." N'.1 t. Al i '; -
S I t a l '. 1. s. ,ti
I I' i a .


t ,m- N ,i M. a r.
a'! em \ ,i

I ,


'. a a
\' ''' \ MI \\ r,,w


Secton 5.
S- r N1 ha


"I i .1 .
. ,, "I .,, i
i I' i


I' ...'


1 "' ', l I. 'I1 1t 1 1 1 1
S i I II-
a .. 1 l \ -. K. N\\ ,an -
at l'a a' a Ia,a at a -
\ ,, ", a a ,

ENT I, \V'. l lila..
H 1 m -I
1 '' M '-- l.',a l.h,,'
1, t r A s". "r~ini1,H. ,It-


.* a .N f 1

-l .* I
'' N' +,i "MIr- .1, .tsti*a-Itc Aa'-
S, ~1 \ \ -t I'!i I'plh

Section 6.
1 4 1 ; I i .ii' M rr I*H I il-
i.: !1 !i ,.', t, 1",:,: F l1r1n k ln
".1 FI a and
S- i i i I l

11 .i .. ', h 1 .,r A\'.- T in-.

4 I r..a. a -els t r la!e i |,a',i s .aa'l
-" ': .' .. I i e ',,a I
M ,- t. 1 ,- a a i aHair. e ldar
'' \', II -a- i'.irk T.imp.;a


'a
|t i a ,.I 1
I .' 'a K Is r l .ln Malr-

S '~*.. I'.t "'I. a dlipllurni;ra

1 I' ain 1 l- I.n ,v
*,' :,r A T urt i, .'


1 a Ni .t

M ,Ia 'a .r
r *Ir. r 11


1 .4


: -4


a,~




221"


21:


, -
'-'


a ,', r ... r- f..i
I .\ I' I. a


.a 1 f ,r


a


4 .44" ',- 1 N r h. M re
I ,1 d I I tr. e'*.tIar A% .
"ra | alt' i Y it .. .
Section 6.
41 It'.- i n t.r .,,,o I arvinK -
.is I' ,, a11. I', c, l.l r
1 T.a.a ; ., a|ti. ,iis na ;inil .
44. Ia -,. f r a*-m s m ai r ia.-l. in
Sa *- NM r- |ta', tle.- a i '.
I plorna

44 a a d
-, ,- l ,a e 1-i. i, n
S'' .... ": l/, ,:l. l.ke'-
.ll
4 M M I.u, v,
at* a*/ 5


-- j:' I .

'v *.*'
** ,. I v *



St -


1 North Ave. Tampa. diploma
and .
t*ertin 7.
5I 463-Head from life -Mr" A Mc-
Daniels. L10 Platt Mt.. Tam-
y diploma and.. .
2 2454-Head from cpy MLss Kate
Haskin 102 Hillsboro 1St.
Tampa. diploma and .....
: 2415-F-glure from life MIss Lucy
hhaw. 205 Cedar Ave. Tam-
la. diploma and ........
S2457--Head from cart Miss Ethel
Gerrlih. Winter Park. Fla..
3 diploma and .. .
245-FT1gure from cast- Mr. J WIl-
aon. Winter Park. diploma
Sand .. ..
2451-Fr-om cnmat hand or foot -Miss
Marle lutlcrer. Winter Park.
2 F'-la.. dlploma and .
461 -Animal frotn (nts Ne-. tn
F-'arrerltr. Arcadia. Fla. a.I-
Il isa s anthill .
'44 -Atilnal frmni (copy Mi
In Kate I Hlnki 102 Hllllo 1 '1r-,
St Twueli ,. ,lllio a im tranI
4613 .aalll-a ;ei fti.lm i i.it re. 11i-
3 I:th l K ten rinl. \ iVtnter I'ark.
I'luc I '111 1 111.1 l anl
3 4;4 it 4 i'-a1 ,, tl tr | a ,',a. M is'+
aola % ial .ia ."'* :, 'i 'm ir A \ n .
t 241' r*n ntitn .11n p Kiit lII.aIki-tn ,
3 1" HtllaeataI S T'n0tq*. alt-
I l rall I a l 11.
S :467 I, r\1im n ;I g i ,fi tin :;l ,,rm -
i a Il I'I.e k \a \ i rl .*,*I


46 l li i II r ,.a a :. :al M I a
s., rra, ,, ,, I .I iklt St, .
LIt. M 4a T, .m\1a t||
24^ +. ,ht J ,i II a la .Vthl. r



47. I. t,,il'e, ;lia- fraa[i, it ea111' Nill
S.' hm K .e *il i i \\ int. r I'.i en .
II e* im1' .1' etel

.* "m i l .i 1.1 1 l
4 6 ,l o I, A + I k \lr-


ac






















2711

a:IL






v'1


1';-,



a.


21


1i HI.I htln.4 4 1,t la IttIht .. a

rI gel r.- fr,,s a"1-i \ MIr .1. A.
I t 'r ,\\ n-k "]TImrt .I H- 11 4%. 1 ,
!.',b ll, TI f I I .. 'I I.. ,l i(.|r i;1. .111 '
I I I :t > .\ I J ll Il
I !. k, iti..-; i ei l'.n tt .atk
I im h. i|1''1panu .nir '

S .DEPARTM. t i -1.



e.ct io ii m' 1.il
S N1 -. i n ;r.i I. I..
l .,'ta ,c "l'tinp..t li'.s-tea .i Ia' ,




Sbwa .. aav a a-I a* .-a' a. A l eet
|at I I I* 'r l
J+ t 'f! 1 -t,'l i- 1 .




Section 1.
I .'- s I ,, + i a i. k a -r


I' '" ,a .ai. : 1 :,'*




S i i '



l- c i on 2- .l-i at al .. II
a ti-nt ; f if, fI,, i ,
I ',. I '' ci se ai .I .l i t ,1l i 1.-,n
"r r ,1 t' a .s a | .,' v -'*.





I11 I I. a ,a ,' r i .-
I I r I. ,"t 1. a e -


M r, ? : a-,,, | rr ,!.
Section 2.


a a-I


I1 a
I : It. I
I :


." l I -. -
a a-, I a : -',! .

Si, .a' iM- 'V\
I ,. k \ : ,.;.,i


K .... e .. r ....' '* -* *
\I f .. 1 .. "" '* I, i- *,T .
.- r 1 I \ 1 i.k .* I ., .' *',,',
a 1
N '- I as-I 'm l
I i"-' a ae a \
S'al~ ~ ~ a e-c I'


,. !1 : "- 1. ,, .\i I- '
INit .

Section 3.

I F i a it n
) s S r e lls sh


I a.5
1 .n0


'.l- I'. I 1:- M ai l li a- \v St
I'. t a r- i, ,ri Ih ,i ,le aio'e., ; etl 1
o 2"'. \\ ,t h.i : *" *' I'.m .
t i \ ,ll.a I I Il' I ii.a t;'l
S:' n pu l r-' 11 J. alrit 't*-
SA ,liti K ,'# \ -t. I ;i al
I **4 at I 1
S l ( l Il in, < .-;r i'] S1i iP i

r, l; 'na : ial I 50
a. f i* a r. N l..1* .aM r. i* 1 t els -
-,l ,'i^ K a \\ t. aI"a

2 \ | i.*. I .:r.-..k-\ :11i ,Ill.!t
.; 11Mi l. 1
I I I aite,, l ]t It

Section 4.
:.. S ilk il !t 7 I' et' I-rn
2 a I, s..l am a; Na i!-esa. lIar-
-,, '1. tI 1 i .1 1i
:.>0 q ui t I irast*t I+ '1 r ,of
li---. -- Mit I I: .lahna ti'.a
2 VI ar ,' ,I .. et ,1 1
; '. l -- '; 'lt I : ', I ,\ -

2 IC I' I ,, :a'. ,1 ,, ,,., a1,-
I 1.,~,~0 ., 1. .!
| l. i .i tl NI 1
2",7 3 aj sit I, .c ,:", '* l .' -

I ,' ,t I i t.- 't
-




,a"n A,*"
7 l 1
"' ', a I', ,' .', I e I M '- It -. I t' ., -
- .,'- I ,'I Mn -1':.,,, .\a .,
T! ., t ,,' l l : .







!:. l, t- I1 I- W aM it tOn \ Mt..
C 1. i a sd .







2 .% 7 \\ t I t I. Il r it t.







\Pr,.\'- tIT T- r i -ru in a'k-'
..*t ;I. \T I lr : .\ and 1
- ,'! 1














C T' -tPawr.- iI ll ar t w a.'o .
W I I i I

t*' .. a -. I ;T i- cc

2 Ia 'r- r,,.' i i lualon 141..
r; n l. I i a l mnd- --... -


2 'lr-. \ i T V .rela.r *.f J. .' -
',,w aC. T- SIts, I,: I* I i.mI M r, 1
2 + I T ,* rr,,,' rw h l'l t wo ,,












2d7'I i t 1 r n Inrr* I n o
.t, .i, ', lis I a e KeY
" N I a i ', t m, I. -
,7 '; I... "' I' l \ ..a I
Mr- .I,.mt ,e",. ,han, -. a* y
S. ,1 1 ., :, ,,I -
"' I t i,'t -\ ..... r
'\ T Va r'l.-'r -,aa; J cak" 'ti
*, ,'.1, ,', ,I ,i 1

'I, aV. I \ NtleaI r :,,,c6
2 f
.' a I ,, ,.
1 I, I ., '" \ ,< 1 1, I .
a I a I ..,0 ,,a l -


!581-Photograph frame for one. In
burnt woodxd-Mrs. Jeannette
Adams. Key West, diploma
a nd ........... ........
2612-Photocraph frame for three
or more. In burnt wood-Mra.
Jeannette Adams. Key West.
diploma and ...............
2:3l-Envelope rack for three or
more. In burnt wood-Mrs.
Jeannette Adams. Key West.
diploma and ............. ...
25S4-S-ofa pillow In burnt leather
Mrs H. R. Pope. Peninsu-
lar Telephone 'o., Tampa.
diploma and ...............
2590-Fancy box In wood carving
-Miss (ussie Sweat. 111%
Lafayette t14.. Tampa. diplo-
ma and .. ... .
2594--To
    Lizzle Arkew. Woman's Ex-
    charage. Tampni. diploma and 1
    2395-To-|I work. card cae--Miss
    Lizle Asekew. Woman's Ex-
    c+harne. Tampa. diploma and 1
    :.;7-TooI work. pocwketbook-Mlas
    llzzle Askew. Woman's Ex-
    I het'lir-. Tati1pa. ilipliall and I
    DEPARTMENT J-1.

    n44o IF'or the oldest piece of house-
    hIiol furilture -Rev P. W.
    Sitk-'. T.aial. .e .... diploma
    G'6 1 a'l r thi alall.et Ipe Sutle-ro .M11i* W T Verdler.
    :a.t Jick*- tn Ht. Tinipa..diploma
    DEPARTMENT K-1.
    Historical Collection.
    .SO t. a '" tre ,alte-t I ll- *lIry Mis s T Ve-rder. '04
    .I ,Lkmin 4t.. Tampla .... Alplo1ma
    1604- I"'or Itih- a,1le.-t pli-,cf of
    Qu@e-n.rnire .IMrm F Roh-
    r tts. 1lal' M ihilgan Ave.
    T.talaI diplloma
    DEPARTMENT L-1.
    School Exhibit
    The ( itl \ kig iklliK the ec'1nd
    lirKge ct, ,iatid a o-t eldu<'ntilonal
    exhibit Hernaitiinlo cointl.. ..1100
    2;. Thi, Itrt*e-t a ;andl heat Inlii-
    \. '! ii i sci,,. l ,exhili, t Arca-
    ale( (, (oto (,ioua .t ... 2f
    2*;e Ti" I. rlnr ,ge-tt nn'l he.t In'll-
    illtanl rural achmel exhlhit
    I-tHahatta. HlIrnando county 2
    26ZO "I i. l.r nir-t and hbe-t Innl hlu-
    S It iln t-r high s-liho l exhillit
    .i.i ii,, I.ik*'. Hl,.vnur '.do
    -" a tai l\ a. e. I. ... e .a
    ;::1 TIl- l.ilrl-e l sinIl )etw* It Itnlivii-
    il -"~I.t -I liltiit sa Ioa0l exhibit
    r,-.iii.e. Ie'** o- .,to lollr lity .. .-
    Individual Awards.
    . 6.' rThe l t I tla .r ioti lh lsayster
    ii,,i-tr.o of l'!.rll, t by l-'iflh
    gra.lf pupil IPaul Klin .y,
    Art ;adin .. 3
    263 ThI-. tla. -t niiiia ,f I'leri0ala >,
    -tein'l.tt af Vl ttlh graild
    A- itla ; 'sen. Are-sidl:,. I'lIi
    '(34 li *L r tar\ on h*ats by tpuplil
    I' irth I r.hade Il) aSmller.
    %r. arali.i. I'la .
    6:;-. lit-t etloaryv ,l | ix i 1t) pul ill
    4f Tlrh' il gradtl .1ooe ly ailly-
    er. Arc adia. I'a .
    20," l t, I set .r or o ln (ate Ia iy ipU il
    a' S4.anid grade V,'lctr 1;i -
    aI Ar adia. I-ma I
    ;*;'; The o-I taInhlet oif .riltte
    %a-ik h'a pupil of l-'lrt igstil'
    I'l, kett Italf,arl. Itr..ks.
    % Ille I '<. t. .
    263;? Thr'- i, 4t sI-c It o-ti'n ol free.
    t,:n. 1111 .Ii a \ Ing 1" 'at111 1 1 of
    ThIratI ar I-'am tIL g m:ale-
    M1 ,"4 .1 1 Int'.s Itrook.' ill-.
    ;l. ..... .. .
    r:. 0' ThI la it oa ,i1 tita of a l-case
    \ ..rk In a m ,ui .l-r- hv i iay'
    'ir ma girinol*- -i r albe th
    S. iiai, l, I r,,- k,% ill,.. a'
    2441 -The-. h.e-t polle- .*\,tik ii- iemm*tla t;\ ; iai S0't
    ',a,1 gt.m'l'e Nail ',, ,lerr.r
    I ... k \ ,il*" 2
    '.42' Th, Iho l -t a '. < ti-lt.n *f .! 4
    a r' k tIII llt ,.-r. t b i\ .tivt .
    "T.l ,l t r ,l,.- \,r;. T InIIso, i


    v rk i 1. ii.' iiagt i n
    I ir a r l. t-ea i, h r I-'ir-t
    rt.,Il '. .\ ,.' l lh '1:
    ?C 44 I : l. 'h1.a 1 ain 1.iIe ti.i,.,
    I'\ .11t Se S -a. 't rl cglcl It'a II

    I ) t i 11 1 11 >1 111 r.ed* 1 \itk
    I',,al t Iit,' ,k-a ille. Vhi,
    1 f4 IP t a ,i aall,, t lh, Ie'a--f ;i .A I
    Iti I a| ;kIIItr'g in ;:m \ T i, 1 I
    St .!* I he Thilril trrg al-.
    Nt ..lt a I'.,
    2-;4<, I Ia-' *- iellli lai t I ha 'v pas| il
    o' Thii l K r.e la' Itll tlit oa -
    I h.!et(e,' Ae a ,ea i,.l. I'la .
    2.>4 h, a >l.i.llhla t.sl.l t I,. l:lpiel
    asf l''aith ; b .m ., lI io,. a lH til -
    lI !1. Are .alitH I'l.
    '-4.% I:"-t* .-l,|IItIK l 'lh t hv pIllp il
    if l'ifrth aradle I.lilI l- Iar.
    A.\r< .t*lse. i "1.e
    2642 I lth.* t .Ii>c linati free- ha;lllt
    IlIf;a.\ itiK i, v i ,iill of r Filth
    Ktr.1Ie Newt.11n F',trrc.str. Ar-
    n 11,1i11 F Ia ... .. .
    ?,,t I-t -11, i.lhl tlon of ilra w Inls
    I, v tn.'l of 1 Ir-'t Iranil John
    11ell1. 1Iroo, ks'ille.. Fi-h .
    24C.1 l, rt oll.,-tion otf drawingll
    ha ,puplI o1f Se'and igrelee
    S"."-o<|rIal gratle. Araedia. I-la .a
    2A'.: Ite- e'- Ia*0- tIon 1i if a Iclr;I-A iIra.g
    Itv liiilll of Third grade J.
    It Ia;w. Hrooks ille, Fla. .
    2:67 l .;trerlt aull Ice,+-t x hlhtlt
    Imalde hby Individual I rs t
    icri Iesl- piril Thelmna ThaLx-
    toon. Irookavill-. Fla ...
    2."'-Iarr--t antil eomst exhibit
    il.II. bvy u nlivihhal Slecon,. l
    g,,ot 1uiill ,Wilmoth 1.rnm-
    Ila. llrook -v1 .
    247.9 I.:;.~ i .l t I :in, Ih*ept exhililt
    t'i.,,',' Iv islli ilalual Third
    I: t* 1 11-1 l l f' tlc \\Ahilalb n.
    St -,,ok A\ lllt- .
    .;fR I I t .i -l ;i f l Ilent exhh ibt

    l. ,iUi|il .Anita Hall.
    I r. -. kl ills I.. ..
    2("61 I.-irI -t .n hta-t o ilhtlit
    +o '.. I,"' tia li alu:,sil Fifth
    .r.la p 'lI I' I~ r. l T rh.axl n.
    I'. .... k, \,lla-. I ........
    Grammar School.
    ;i': IPa ct c'" a--f r -i i-I ofi

    '% It1 t ', t1', o, f |r '1111111,t l
    .I 1 l.s1 lI a a 'a ox. Arn s11,la
    -7 ;? It.> t ile'sii It-n rlitainal lpotry

    :.i nt Fult* n. Hio>ckvlltl
    a sl.-* t 'tm-lse fIa-* hand
    liwa n ot grl a i .m',sii r u-io .tl
    jIcil Stanley Mver. Arcadla
    2!C49 Tel.t nimap of five continents
    1y grammar school pupl -
    Regundo Murill,. Arcadia
    26 t-01 I.a rg t andl bet ehliblt
    imade' ly Indlividual Sixth
    rraleo piuil c;wendolyn WlI-
    s,.on. ltrooku Illl. Fl ........
    2912 1.:Lretget Pn, beat Individual
    Shilllt ,by seventh gradee pu-
    vl 'fflM Il,,lk. Irookaville .
    l93-Largeret and beat exhilhlt
    i .t.e Iv.v In.ilvidIacl 1F4lchth
    grl,' Iutpiii Id-Mith Fulton,.
    Itro-,ok-\ 111-., aI .
    I.9-- I'.. ,' i," uin, n ,f (prone lll!r -
    Irte.dl. hIv Iii,11 of Seventh
    or l-:lhth grade lHernardiln
    MlIMullen. Ian Antonil. IFl
    26is IIt-. t *il.inten f iprose Illui-s
    trate-d, by piUill tof Fifth (or
    Sixth i rard-. To'mnile M<'-
    *'riarv. Ar.-ielait. Fla .
    "oni0 hi-lt Palee ilttn-'n of any poem
    lllnatml.i'at ,v pupil of 4ev-
    *a ,t .l Ilthth grade Ena
    it-l SlierIII Tampa


    111t taii .. .
    Commercial Cellegae.
    S. lit-h it t .X|itauhlt lv a atciotm terilal
    ,nllleg Tnmpla ltI tanes i'ol.
    l.re ., ... "
    36 I l;--t I 't of htoaok-' ta l pl, iill of
    Sai'aimter, Il a ll,'Ia- :'1Hmt
    S.-,utI h-ril. T:mti;'m. Ila .
    63 7 ".01,! i:1 a1 te alsin; tgK t lg-
    ral Ih.* T;iti l i.t nilnpem Col- *
    le-Kg a111 l '1111 a 1.sa l ... .

    DEPARTMENT M-1.
    Girl's Department.
    ?.',l The Iiert ^i" IPa tu n ft hand-

    St. T.4111 .12
    a ;rAna I.e taai a astlher. 202 "
    -:s;eT le- St "i m inla1 a -a
    2 Th- i.e-- it ioaIt. a.!ra*' *E:rnm a
    ( ;riTiiiir. le1,' % I.o;,lotir Hi.,
    T rf i i....... 2
    2'>3 The- lae'.a sa1ui ho,,in, t Juanlita
    %sartirtl Are'adlla I
    .'a.4 The, h.ot grian M;:Nell Lin-
    ) hart Ari ilt 1I
    Z :,% The' t)a!,.t lr.ia. n work hand-
    k'.ra hie f f It**'*-.t S l ncer.
    I ad 'Itv. F'la ....... I
    2 %, Thr, T e1-*t ainvtor.nlat rv In rsilk
    Nl.tr Faleinnti.n. care liene-
    daitlinm, Sl-tat-r San Antantlo 1 ;0
    :"63 'lTh1i I,--t .;il ,l tion of flincy
    %o'. rk l,.acta 4 a .iruthers. :02
    tFn le. St.. 'raip .
    ".64 Th,- h o-t lr,.-l,1a e dMll May
    I'eairce. Arca lia ..... .......
    2MS1R The lae.t hilrtwaoist tWells
    W\\';tklina. '20 Faule St Tam-
    pa .. .. .
    2?9 R The- Ih' horne-mnlade rtilK-
    a,.lltit orphanate. Arcadia. 1.14
    2 71 The, hlact hand nlrasde dreas-
    .Ie'nnm I e'. Arcadla ..... .. 2
    21T3-The best pan of hlatb ltal-
    Edith I'ncles. 914 Nineteenth
    A.Pe Taniapa 1
    2:7. T'he besit layer rake Edith
    tI'rlles. 916 Ninete-nlth Ave..
    Tam p;a .... ... 1
    2.;77 ThI. twat I prne--rver Nell Len-
    ert. n1ox 2R;. R. F I) No. 1.
    Ta .tplia ... .. I
    2.7l--Th-, h,-rt j0lly Nell I nert.
    Ix : 2;. R. F. nt No. 1.
    Tampa .
    !50- The- heat home-made candy-
    F:elth I'nclep. 916 Nineteenth
    A\e. Tampa .... ...... I
    2"13 --The best colla,'tlton of work
    dl-one ov one girl Nll .Len-
    'rt. IIax 25;.. II V. I) Noc. ..
    Tampan ....... .
    2116 -The wheat shanlw veilrold-
    ery-Nell Letnirt.I, lho 2 *3.
    It F. I) No. 1. T.amnilap 11
    2AR;--The h'et enlrt'rolle-rel hat--
    Sill Autiatln. E l.'l2 Ea l' St .
    Tampa 1.1I
    ? I91 -The, h t rmHa f i lI.l11i a w-
    yer. 2()" F;,li. St T.,iTm .>. 1.14
    Soys' Department.
    2914 -Th+e ho't ia*| i hI, a "w,,na l
    'ra naoll h .'v Florida .', \rn i
    a" l-V mo-,er.an. I.>k'-Itil Fla 2
    I1 s-Th-. h,-st -Atc It-rel n if Ifr,.t
    itc'l in b h ly loratlIn t(,%- Wit
    4'. Finaeron. l.aik-land. Fla-.. 2
    2920 The hwet diapllay of scroll
    work- Wm c'. Emerson.
    lak.-land. Fin.
    2922 -The heat laIdder Wm. F.m-
    er-on. lakeland. Vala ........ 1.5e
    MOunted Fish Display.
    3030--The largest and bhet as ortl-
    ed fish display by clhah Co'un-
    try Club. F'ort Mvyer.. lIa 5
    3032-The larrgeat nnal heWt dlipllay
    of tarpon hy club Country
    c'lal, bhv J I.. 1'utler. F't
    Myers. Fila. .. .
    3033-The- largePt andi lIat display
    aof tarlpon v inallvldual Ike
    Shaw (l.h J L. C'uleri. 1't. i
    Mversr. F .I .. *
    3034 -The htirgot tarpon cmr:111it by
    I.tlv Mr' J F HIendrv (by
    J 1.. 'utler. Ft. Mvor ....
    3025-The larlge-t tar"o'n a nauht by
    gentleman -J It .lack (by
    J. I. 'uitl r i. Ft. Ml er ..... I- s
    Florida Shells.
    303l-Thc h lo* anid largest dllsplay
    c-f T' 1i!n h --' nd nl shll
    I.. 'i|. touchuc.
    Punta (lorda. Fla ........... l
    ta-,-i.o3 Furniture.
    307T-The- heat and l rgeat and


    62--Spla-Ilenn not l ated Ertclle
    Itlarny. tOcahl. Fla.. diploma
    alndl. ............. 1
    53-Wave'n chain It. C' Murray.
    c,14ila. F': d llplloma and 1
    54-Shirtwalet lre.**-enden Acad-
    pern FMIsnd,' n. Fla.., d(lll)-
    Ina anlli .... I
    5--\\'ork b.tg Ven-pendln.n A-.Il-
    mv I. F,~r enden. Fla... lili';,-
    iela andl ............. 1
    5 -- H, ay'at -,,-ks- F-trlle Il1il.rny.
    Sc0 sIla. diplhanr: anal ..7
    7--14 a-c mes iihadl Aw en brolIl-
    er% -F"ea.end-lin Academy. ell-
    plom 21andI .. ..... 1
    fi -I'nray a orm t -over PiFern-
    leni AcactlimyI. dll,,im,.l nd .75
    --lbire-arai 'mover Lnuti. I- in-
    let (Ihala. FIlaa. diploma ;in ,t 1
    1O--Hut lc'V mcandn A iadrmv. F-es
    e'anden. 1Fla. ,llploma and.. 1
    1-K itc-hn iapr n. ianiichln
    Inradle- Pe'asendli Academy.
    i( l nl inar and ... .. .... .
    2 Tl ost h hiasi.-hel of velvet
    '-.an < a;,,, ;an,.~.. inala ... I
    *3-The laIrre t autl heat Inll-
    vidual exhibit 111nle by a iunl-
    Ver~s t y -t udl nt .ilillan
    Port-i,,. .4 N bralka .A e.
    T" paII. 11a .....
    *4--F';ar m hba Fe nendernn Ac'ad-
    -tiv)y. I-'r-endden. Fla diplo-
    m and ..... .- .... 1
    5-f-ll-et trunalation of two ch;ap-
    ters ,of c'remar- lela Fremter.
    Hlillaborna county .... ..
    6-ltr-st paip-r on -The Oyiter
    Industry of Florida" hv a
    Fifth gradle. pupil M.airnie
    Wallace-. IIlll-l.arc 'ocur ty I
    67-H- eat n iec # -f Fl,,rla n t ,\ .pt'l-
    dent of 'fth grade'l '-'o-
    al--ugh She--hy. Hllt1tl-ru
    ,, n ty V .... I
    " I--Itat ailper on F'lrida fruits'
    1l> pupil of Fifth grade-
    Emma Douglas. Hillsboro
    c, unty .. ............ .... 1
    69- Hext ctorv nn cats by pupil
    oIf Second grade- Horac.e- '.
    A 0--. *.. f.1la.... i- -


    smbee Fur-miture
    30117-A-Ueeundl prise The e ..C
    beat mnA lare. ar-I e,.?

    mati. fr'.rau I-rlea ...taairnhooa
    :4 1 .14c. A 'i ~I I I, ". .4

    The ju-lit-a rca 'aam'aaI -it 'at rin-i.
    atile- ment; : I ti~ it '..w-,,'k
    hitilp pr mie,- n it a ~ .''v I% #na
    t Pn~aiP I fir armI..'?"'a1r 1. a -1, ata .
    and avt havinr mad.,- i;4rs- ho,.viot-
    ul anti Instricitive e-uhsxii
    Cot of dlplorimvt. fanie d a -a-
    grvins. rit'sriw rital "livo'r
    eUPp S .01
    Cost ato ;ubli-hlisg the f-ar.'gn
    Ing sitateffve~iat ..4 re-vaiiP4
    bh the ieat ati the Igliwit.4are
    Taznp ITtally vTim-3 6
    Tampa %Mnrnitrc Tribune ";o ~
    lainvevillsc .. in
    Lake C it), Indox............ 2sN

    Totals ............. V !.606 TS

    State of Flaaneela.
    o'niint a.frl 111'hair,
    Hefore me. the aan-le'teian. 1 A W ba.r-
    fly. 1eroseticail v iAagJoaero-al Th.-vimas I I..
    firaaowi. la-reC ~i-te at 'P.i If*tr.,I a a'.'
    Mid-W interV I.-aar t % ,% t if r -* tott -
    Ins duly swor',r' .%A% ..t! o.. r'.
    galflg uatnterni-tat a am.tatri- o 'r,.. a?
    ('orroe-a Itolit 40A A .eit
    elate (.0it. h-1.1 a, -.~. a .a.

    purponvoa ?t,"e- ..ie -i a aa aa
    raropioemite- h% !h..14.e ... a
    &niltint C' 5 t0-4.I .- *1
    arnactitsti '.a"1 1 a!: *C a0. fl4
    nameel In macat ,-t an.I t ta. rc
    by the lorwitbot su tat l NIAW W'-itr I.lr
    Aseociatlatin fir r- rig t f -%n' i -t 's
    oif WOW, fr !Faarl the truaosr. r ..I-th.
    state (af Fiorsdal.
    ti4bgmed T,1t''M\1 J i.. I!R'aWN
    Propillen! 'fth,, I' 'lur Ft*te
    M d1- an t F' lr A a,, a .in!,t!,n
    Fwairn toa na ishat- fli'il~eal 0
    me thi s:7th ala". a!f March. Vv.
    (Si no-Ai or, tlI


    276-r-Bt work In onmpN
    Fifth or lSxth grad
    Nellie Peepl. ArcadiL 2
    High S -hesi..
    719-B-eet laboratory book by -
    pupil In physleC--la IL
    Morgan. Arcadia ...
    I7ll-Baet written oration by 11
    school boy-Cline Rat-
    Brooksvllle. FI .........
    1272-Ble exhibition of 2
    work In geometry--Ir
    Morgan. Arcadla. ....
    272--Best speclimn original M
    by high school pupll-
    Iewall. Brookavlll*. II..
    2717-Beat Ispecmeln pie d "a *
    work by high school pIga--
    Fannie Watson. Aradi.....
    2728-Best Latin translation. ebow.
    Ing work for two montba-
    R. B. Jcktson. Spring Lake.
    2731-1largeat and beat exhibit a .ll
    by Individual Ninth raad
    pupil Caroline WilaeaL
    ltrat kavillle. ia. ............
    2722-IIrgreat and beft exhibit mad4
    by Individual Tenth grade pn.
    pl--Kter Parlton. Arcadia..
    2l33- Iargest and lesIt exhibit made
    hv Individual Eleventh grads
    pupil Fannie WVatron. Area.
    din. llns .....
    2734-1ar lent and beat exhibit made
    tly individual Twelfth grad
    Ilitl lBernard Noble. Ara-.
    dla. Fla ............ .
    2736--l tet eifav ,on value of ath.
    l-tl'si in thle high ,choole-
    T 1). Ianna.ter. Jr.. i wala. .
    Universities and Cell*gi a
    2744 --Lirtcxt andl bes i Individual
    .xhlhit iainade y a ciollcge
    .student EFlI in St mtherdl. Tass.
    pn I'u-linersP 'Coller-.'. Tamp&.. $
    2799 -Thei Istt prPIlWtme11t of ama-
    tpar photoegrar1hy Mr. Brent.
    l1e 1lnta ltiardl. Fila....... .
    2401 -lieat nsett of hook of the corn.
    nlerrial (clas of any school--
    I.e a1 Kersey. Tunla lBus.l
    neo ',lllee. Tamapa .......
    2314- test l dlisplny in art -Tampa
    1Hnlin s sa t' llege ....... 10
    Tealhoe Only.
    2l29-I-est el sn'i upon Ilhe "value
    of normal training orf teach-
    e*rs. and the Iat method of
    attaining the" hlihe-t r.-
    pnlt," MisNl M. SR.hwalmyer,
    l:att-,ow. l. (thigh diltlona and ... ..... 16
    2833- Helt e ea' onf "the unnraded
    caointry srho. ll it, rstu ldle
    aIlly pro'grIamn. reaponp for itr-
    I .t ani nintim, *gilve. and for
    %\\.hl ht of ech ttallv"-- MM.
    A. 14 oI\a.ell. lakeland. 11a.
    dipllama andl ........ 15
    'S33-- II.--.t # C-o. "L leneala of
    Pt htol di aiplilne. and their
    Italt IlntIm-nt" 1mia 1 M lSfhwal-
    Ir Tr,. llrtoh lla diploma
    anil r. 1I
    2033 iS a.t'"l i(rliacl Mrs A. B.
    l.vell. i.ukeland. Fl a. .dlit .
    ItI ;t1 41 ... 10
    234- 1-'anara -ti "lHow a,- Flor.
    Ila' Need ftor Teacheri be,
    Supplledl Mi N 14 Shwal-
    iii\ r. HIrtoaw ila icliplmna
    antId ......... 1
    2 34- (*roa e l prizr-0 Mr- A. N.
    l,. \ .ll I.;tk' k !andl. Ii'... 1liplPo-


    I 1,1


    l7%r-The best and largest dl-
    play of tanned Florida alll.
    gator goods-J. L. Caller. t
    3r9m. PU. ................a M
    NtOIRO IXMIIT.
    1-Bg a pllow--langellmu Rook
    1096 HIgblaad Av*a Tampa.
    dipleomna d ................ 91
    2-The best frutt cake-Amand
    Three craft ................
    a--Th- bet pound cake-P. 0.
    Nevlls, Hillaborough county 1
    4-Centerplec embroidery on
    lace-C. H. Parker. Hillboro
    county. diploma and .......
    -Trhe best loat borae- ad
    light bread-Mr. Harry.
    Hillaboro county ............
    0-The beat coconut cake-P.
    G. Neville. Hilllboro county 1
    7--'enterplcc-colored embrold -
    ery-Ella Olenn. Brooksvllle.
    'Fa.. diploma and ........... I
    S-For the largest and beat col-
    lection of revenue and post-
    agle stamps--0. W. Nelson.
    Illllaboro county .......diploma
    9-The best modeling-J. L.
    Treat. Hllhaboro county..... I
    10--Table cover -Mrs. Blanche
    MrIl-crland. Hillsboro county,
    diploma and ........ .....
    11-Three mor more dollles. fruit
    deltan -Mrs. Blanche Mc'l.r-
    land. Hlllrabro county. diplo-
    nia and ........... .... .
    12- enterplee- Mrx. I W. t'f-
    fie. Iflllh,,ro county. diploma
    and ................... .
    13 -1hlrtwalktl- .Mrs. H E. Hicka.
    I llib Iboro county. diplIc,,t
    and ........ I
    14 -Apron -Ikrtha I.. Walker.
    Iflltbhoron county-. alillni, and I
    1.5-The h**,t :,-pron Fnlmal Iou.
    haps. Hlllllhro, conuntv ..
    18-1hlrtw:lirt pietrh.e Wvi'vI,
    Hlinlbhro, crntvl. lldiloma and I
    17 Shirtwa ist ii)rliy M iSmlith.
    Hlllrbatro county. dllloni and I
    1--lacf.e ofl ct ,hiniln-lMr. H.
    YcFr'rllne. ..llpi,,na and .
    19 -La-a'c hbllreil iover- Mr4 n.
    M'c'arllne. dllploma and
    20 Tray oir carver's cloth T. It
    J.aivit. Hillltboro county ll-
    Ip ,,m a anld ........ .......
    21 nure-ai u cover -T. B. Jarvis.
    Hlllhoron aoiintv.. llplloma rlnd d
    22 Itrlanlkrchl*ef .Mrr. HI. MS..-
    F'irllne. Hillihro county. dl-
    tlonlia and .. .. .. .
    23- Ppcinien of ewling neot lit.-
    ed Annie Davli. Hillsboro
    ,-,uint.%. llploma and .
    !4- E'nltrolilered dreip Mrs. I..
    Murphy. Hilllaborn county. dl-
    plomu ani ..... .. 1.4
    2 -- ert mpe'lmen coronation
    br.al work- Mrm. Hughes.
    1ldiploma and ..... .. .
    ?4l--Pawl- Pearl Anderson. Ocala.
    a dlil,,ma and .. ... .
    27 Thfby'sa acqisle -live llarrl.
    .-.on. I cla. lll.. diploma and I
    2I -Prrtrirlt Mr.s I .. Smmons.
    Illtab,,r o eunty. diplomna and 1
    !29-1'rrtr;ilt Ioouise WPather-
    ford. Hilllboro county. diplo-
    m;. and .....
    30-It-Ulsmf hanket-- Msla Brv-
    ant. Hlllmbthro county. diplo-
    ma and ..... .. 1
    31 -Heedl baket-Mltis. 14 ryant.
    Hlllmshor, county. diplimna and I
    32-l-rlr-ro Il;lnch* MVCarlanne.
    lillshorin ( e ntaity. diplomats and I
    33 lace collar Mrs. It McPar-
    line. h lll rtm ro ,ulmtaltv. llpllo-
    11i;. nnd .. ...... 1
    34 -la.'l*. hnt Roma Smith. Hlllr-
    Ior, co'nuntv., diplioma nnd .... I
    3. av I tr- rown machine mniad -
    Ii: trice Wvley. Ifilllhworo
    (<, intv, diploma, and .
    3.4 ilh? ,le.A AI!ce Aves. V.'*-
    eal'tr, n, dillitnln and -. 1
    37 'li 'Id ,lu lt. ,-tt.>n M rs I..
    It. rThon~ T.lmpai. lllhmni)A
    nn .
    .1 T'.h h'cAt -*re'iac en of Inah1,1liln-
    ery Whailtn laiton. Hills--
    harr a' a rstst .. .
    39-Th,- ,tw-t uiitar-C4'. N. Vear-
    ;,nS.l TIIIaI ... diploma
    40 Ie--t (11ii.la)y oaf wicker ,work
    funaitir .. .. .. diploma
    41 ',r lthe* oldl t piece of
    china\;ire Ella (;l-nn. IBrooks-
    mmile'. F'Ia .. .. diploma
    42- Silk ulllt. araxy pattern -
    I-'ra nrlcll i le. nrooksvillle,
    la. .. diploma and ........... 1
    43--14p'-licmen outllnlng not listed
    I-vellna iladley. Brooke-
    villi., l .'l tlllluma and a 1
    44--4utline.al pllahv sham Mary
    M.r!ver. Itroaknvllle. diploma
    Sndi ... ... ..... .. 1
    45-1.., p, or table mat -lairy
    Itaalson. Irookmville. dl>lo.-
    mna and ........-.-.. 75
    4 -ittelt J. Il. ield. Hrtsekmville*.
    i'lu. diploma and .......... 1
    47--('or'-t toaer. maJmnhlne made
    e'ssenden Acade-.my. 1er-
    nentlen. Fla. diploma and... 1
    48- Th, Healt burhel of aweel po-
    tat,,ea iessanden Academy.
    I.'esslende, n. Vi,-----------
    Feaaand en. na. ........... 2
    49-<'orst cover, band-raad e--
    Hlanche ('rook. talaa. diplo-
    ma and .. ............. .
    50--.adle' 1 akirt. machine-mad.
    F'eanendin Academy. Pre-
    rendeli. Fla.. diplm a nd 1
    51--1adlie-e" sllppers 'reasenden
    Acauel-my. 'essenden. dillo-
    lua and .................. 1


    h,.. Ibe 0osty ....... I
    T7-Bamt tceletm of el- work

    l M.-or o e C. A. Prry.
    m ere cou ty .. .. ...... 1
    TI-T.e best dlp4 y of photo-
    Wb eb d n ba boy--Mar-
    callis lmmona. Hilstabro
    eeu ty .... ............. i
    T1*-111t peimcwn of original
    ioetr by grammar ashnol
    --Mack H. HudWn.
    l e e aty ....... I
    71B-It eoltctloI elof r s work
    In la a by any 8 c-",nl
    Igad-Wllto Larkins. Hill-
    beo county ..... .
    T--Tbe loaret and best Indi-
    vidual exhibit by an Elghth
    ade pupil--Rostta Mills.
    hrando county I
    t--The largest ad best indi-
    vidual exhibit by a i4renth
    gade pupil--lrene Edwardr.
    Hermandu county ..... .
    T-The larlget anld tes Indl-
    vidual exhibit by a Istth
    grade pupil J I) Vieldl-.
    HIrnando county .
    7--The larlet andl hte Indi-
    vidual exhibit by a Se-o nol
    imatn ptiuil lenora Iavy.
    Hillsboro cmiant v I
    0-B-L t 4copy of preiamile .0f the
    'onstltutlomn of the- I ni'.
    Htat*e. pon,-ertlan or l.ant-
    ing -ysatemn f plirhe:un.hnl
    C'h.trlntt,. II ry.'a t. Hills-
    born county .
    S*--tiHt mail dlritraif >hy Ir.am-
    mar sc'h*>,l p'||,ii l :sl Tur-
    ner. Hlillaboroi i uri t I
    I1 The larlect hrl .. t m Indl-
    vidll al -h*...Il S, ,:t I4t.
    'P-ter'm c'i aver -4 Sch....I H1ll!-
    h~iro, rnlnnt 1O
    #.--Th- larierat ; inl ,'** Indl-
    vimnnl rurdl ha,.el xhilit
    '.-rlnden Ac-:d.-m\ aindl In-
    dl*striul IH-hh,,l. V'pesrld en.
    na ...
    13 e- el al'^- l*inr n ,ri froe hliel
    arawingl by pitiull *f 'rth
    gride Johnr Iludion Hllll-
    t'ori county .
    94-C',raet ('(pff Hilllsh r, co inty. 11-
    plm and ..
    IS-The bett J.ar ,of I-.ur- ca nned
    Mrs 'realie l-nnm Hier-
    nandu county .. I
    M--The best jar of ,prrerve-r
    ,J'.trr alit,- Evanr. 1I.rnian-
    do r'ont y ... .
    IT The twat bottle ".f pe-pppr
    .atuce- Mrs. IAura Englilh.
    Herando county 1
    $--The btat quart of tucklelher
    ri. ranned--R K Hurt.
    Rrookaville. Fla
    9--The best display if winter
    millllnery Mr A. J. Thcir>-
    as. illlaiboro county ip111,10o
    90-The tlest jar of pre-redt
    peaches Ella Glenn. HIernan-
    do (county .. ... i
    91-The btet jar of iswacrhe.
    canned Evellna (ladney.
    Hernnndli county I
    12--'asket. octagon n"dl swell
    control. throw panel toI'.
    h-avy haiIne moulldingr all a1 -
    Perd ith black br ;at. liith.
    all d,,ne h. hand <' \' V.r-
    ance. Tanipat. 1Fi *lionmP
    -9-4"aasket. ellptic end. there ipan-
    ein. high rr top r no eroIl In
    fine hroadalfth. ,lMak ftn'v
    turned moutldintg on t,.tpa.R4
    covered In rat in. tirtrd
    niouldingl in tlrtta,,i h.No-
    S,-vered In \%hilt matic dit
    ha;nl work--C II. \'Vara. e.
    Tamrpa. l"la llplnam
    )4-IturaBui with fl%* lir.oweis.
    two, nmall ;ind three lIarg-.
    h.Irk pile'e that hil i4initrrr
    nlertlv ratll asl a ..-r\. t'p, Lstalne-al on it.ark nv-!riuit
    a!l maHle f I'pIn* h- trand ,'-rk
    N. \'.-uran. Ta nipa.
    FI'. ... dlloan
    S .Allrr,r fr.atrn i.tadloe rmuanel
    finished In r hitt e*namel.
    fain' c -arvcl leaves a not
    ro -e an on'ch l,' of nmirr,,r.
    killed in ir i I Itiil- f a yi -
    re." all h;ind work <' N.
    V\ear.ian-e 'Tarmlp I I.- ,ililt-inai
    K4-Wh;.t- nt 4 l1,.,lehor piero'--
    fIncy tirnelt uirlllhts to-
    twcAn five h.he-l *.f vari-

    Pel In fron edge *,f *nch he'lf.,
    with winlrlslrig kI vhn at-
    tIcheal lil- ee rnrolll e and
    gKrain-di Imitatifng var.on
    oiiol4. lI mae- ,f 'vlareste
    (' N \'V.aran-e. TAnia. I-'la..

    DEPARTMENT l.
    43-The Individual nmkming th.-
    largest and hbat dl.rplav "f
    ugarl cant. with test ef sei-
    gar contents E.d. ,, latt. Ar-
    radia .ia.. DEPARTMENT C.
    04--The heat pctlmrml-n f .rqliitrm-
    Ium (PIlMornom "' a. It'nsh-
    nell. Arcadia. rFI 1
    l91-The taet epIln.e.n ,f a.lprinn
    gue (Sp<,rengerl <" M.4-
    Hushnell. Arrailla. FP*
    299-The beat aille t ln if c-i tren
    --Mis. Ed ',lt? Ar,-adal ... I
    High eh.Iao.
    t274--Ret tranulatiln Ef two rhar-
    ters f le'a-er i
    2725--IHt tranIlation .orf ".0O line-.
    of VirltI .. .. 1


    I /


    i


    I





    I







    jS


    - = -t -. '- .. t


    GA TUNIMM JAM
    l?^g~ ~~~f a^^T TT &317A^ -- -


    I.b I .. f
    0 4. 9' 1 bore









    In 1--igt otiq (,rf still
    . t1' rmi Iv IW
    I'. fi st I








    I G I f. 1. iedvtt~ r~
    1,. 11 Ile It will Then
    i' 'r#t'ti ,
    re" p. *..s 4ntus lt.n. al's
    l's ." it'- Ii' 9sr.-i' or sator than r.rlt
    *I .1 *.I.' frm Sb 'I. to ,b re
    A it *ti's-h aLiss mli4 lsate rhut
    a -, s;f Opealn aaJ ua.: satrirctd mast

    I"' ~ m of s(rt'-'t- rn-croes ho vsile

    1. 9 a )e' lt rr.-at all! ?'e 1Ut feet

    I j'~- pat. f''.au tiaat It aill c
    fa"1 9.' 7~ 9. (tue.~rT~ stitssn.etr.'

    e I.,f .. t.-j( i:.at'l tl rj.' rs-Iru




    4 ', t '.": ~ Irts t~Ie

    L .. '-. 1 '.a.. bluiL a Itiu


    4 V


    - U


    I r' .


    S.'' '


    Sii





    fit gui, I '' ,



    stir'.. ii I 5 ,u Ii' '. -

    II,.arr'''sz.1 It '5' '. 'it



    III(51' fts..i ~ 5.. 5 1 I.. S



    I!,sI

    It. 99 '

    a tI 't1 ~ t ,~ \. 9. ~ I l ;
    atad I'vaL.a j .


    t- 1'..
    -. -.'- 4
    -a- -2:' \.fUv'


    1Yb

    5i 5) 4

    '( \/~


    a'i-~ c''i& sef fk5"A""3~rw
    Ad1'..[ Cr~~2,
    O~;xc'" r

    '0'??~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -i te IgEfmrf 'rN
    r. 1-i'a'ts, -1 ar ee f t'


    V .. a s







    t 1 "' c.. '- 2 r .a Is s :5 '''r
    .r 't. ti ri' .




    a 9. ...


    -I
    I I r I' L
    1i a 5


    I I '1




    .'






    is I. I 99


    'it


    9 !9



    9' 5., ,


    I Ii
    * ~ ~ 9


    It .~, i ts
    'Jigs' 4. 1P, Iii,, I 'a .. 1. 1 ,a ~ si .e' If a







    aI IIs
    I~r r~






    A- hof s ...Ia '.'t It I- n9.-r%'e.k t i lsip
    I it I'i. 1 It'. ri MIA II ":9 I. aIth

    a T i v' r !; 'i-it I- % tig

    S! -t---r M-1' Is'w r tI h'.l
    I t1,1 t iiiel -v e !r jig o


    le I .
    ~ ~ I .' V ".





    I i


    .I t I .I sI







    U' I 4 Or--n i-owd I y
    11 IIs- I.. Il e .f o. k P 11
    '1 I t.I rII? I s 1 tI -nPof It % tsok Itit
    It Ia'1 1:11 ot I I ts a I r: .s1aof. it
    4 1 It '"it .4 % 4.11 e'rl'sI N.:1a s1ri- I I,
    Visq '' a.. Is 1,a 1.sIs ie st e -I.ie' 1.4 a,- r I% I

    -h.4e' 111al s tts' s I. (i,, I,,, a 1
    I4. a l eit, hl'II.- I, t i'' p sf rs t If r. I I. Ia
    f W fseI lst. I r' 1 a iaitl .s r I ist hI



    ttI, t go S il 151 I ,- I :is t 1 '1, o ital


    r ;tI I I ho imp. ..::11 1111-11 .
    I.I' I- '





    I ve a% I- re- ort- ildf

    i 'f., -. nv,1 w e i# b I I -r I 11;j
    It e i vii )t It vt .. k l pl I h
    ; : iiii i- ii'' 5'9' !

    -f s- T II% I it. 1 a'I I; I II. iii In I-li Isiasle



    ci. 4 A ri I sler ..At c i f h -' r I sue- 1 t lIs
    i' i-a is.1-, f.,e' re' y It:' ,a 'I .. I th pe ; I14;

    t% '. aIt 4..,' 1.415 tva11A'. It a 1 Ilat y


    i* uo ;- I I- I i% o l i.' w.sl w'.
    6' : peIa 'I 4'is*t 'i 11itr. .. t I
    1.2' a. ri' iis I.'i'e9.a n' I l ie-re I l.'

    p. t.:..'.r '' arts-. 9''r. r-.rs '1 I., fs.


    I -- -.





    Ai '-r -~T








    1r. 1


    I isey h e '~.sin tace' i ,of r'e. t s
    Irs' s .r I*i' I It'.t. i t

    Is-. 25 ra 1 ; 1 ass- a f .f fi I .. ii '




    it fil-

    w t 'I I NIi 4 Ir
    Al i .S i r t. s I. r .t rre !. s It
    irs trt' st55 i' r
    r 7iit'i '.'' 21 '' 99 ,.. 1


    r'in.a w i as hi:'t th.li.- wre lInanilledl In
    his r mo :in m '\ [ 'i ii,. lit. ;I I*' i w i 'rail
    : '.. '. .' i I i t .s e !,e I ..1. 1. Ifter
    . i 1 '. 1 f *






    1 t | .* t i I n
    SI' 1: i' f r t i r'. &fni
    1' I ", l .., _, 1 t! I ) rt ',itl
    ,t \\ ,I t t .f th*.*


    r ~ ii -, ri e.r -titt 'Ii% ools- z sItli.' will'
    I' '* ~ 9ire'* t I II. in 111 :at

    'I.!'.* e oa.' to* I. Il I ITI
    I'r 1I: I i''' r 1~'~ I' re'.aih
    ...li.. l t We I-$- e jua at
    t : I., %% n jr ,!e to. AI.'4
    C* ti@9-', isa'.in 'Iri In ii '.dl
    Lt r-,ii 9. 1 '1. 1r nd i''r thp work of

    I. Irl:-.r1.1G-1 r t tIe tit th pe'ti.a ) wl. of
    t.'.Z'r~s C-. 4"ras rs hevtq bar bee I, ltfor
    Iiii '..' in' 9a9"' ani c-amerit to be nseto 1s
    Vi a. Isit sIlss' t o t4itofThe dana rai.d tok
    wu.sIt.1 large. pascaie.'.hre iseen be' jgtt
    too troon-o'srt the' ninte'rial. A rboage of
    5sls i l a .ga l li I nNe itac sawwith 1tt1. leplas
    for I. a' .'rk e1aitp *0an r as'ild epplr to
    a ooa ,%P'"la waterway. hait bareaftee
    every c:oi a W'tok will ttiara to a dead lows
    Ili 1.es I if wf fcai a Is aIs mtt-red.
    'I he ss" i rust lean of the 14ks at (Gatos.
    i'alrsa v Nlgatirl anel)ilrafiearveawill 'oum-
    Ii."I2' a' els fl4esiID ansi will 11e10ptlled
    wills j .51 's.'loosllc speed. It to proposed to
    e'.-n-asssse issast beams loarreliseof renient
    a 41'3 .%sjr tit.*Alhs"sugt aIII IM useed at
    *~ it a. ni",e, awhe're :.41 snisers ie to he
    I-la.dalooakg the lieti safi the. lcx-k walls.
    Fultllit LILNDSAY*
    Aasth-r of
    "l'.sonaiasa; the Istbmeg uand the c'amuL"


    SN01.1111Nu1 tbo visuallyt cl
    ansi placid Inetwdunls-ore now sn4
    iare lac'n for a year oll afme Ovo?
    on Il,'g I'. atilt ertnic to .sisdletciY
    l:ande her anperta nrniv of. sair 314Plu, eo
    th.' NM I!drile-4 Pller fl :n t'.r world no
    Itho enit .hl~wrpof alpfl"rsi Anit rlmsit
    t-t s*P..1at artilen h irp tI o-it rttvn "-t
    the a t.i.vt tt'e .sr...e il
    qi'e-t:,- Vir.~inbrts
    it, fiptt s. vi~t Cr. :1iioj a i + t 1 .0 f l's a sig .4
    li~di nr,4 win ~y '.prr ~l v-Art ie-s.''4fAsA
    hrin%# I..*.n tsnr:t *- h s lv e t snhitJ.t.
    V ir ..Iant 0t1-:' I 14 afrarillcoo-

    ndrIv 1 ..f tg!''1 tt'9 '1let v mn-i -no-
    ration. hiis pe..r t~tlI, rs,#,is awh ilvtg

    Rt's.! in ',fr io i ri P.- tr i :- sr t-




    I- li-fif 9 to 1." ., frel'i \ 11 I ~ dolisr
    "I milk5 if 't V op"--?Itrait It". '1111.1 .1.i-
    pe'n fitr I r 'fe s pa'Iv t' i tI ri ',,iqt 1snpt
    tl1is nk W 1 1.' "9s -.: t "I.
    f's--lo"-nt .t' s*' wv'. 'r.. flip %,-I
    rat 0_11t.:'? itsN' o \- "it. su 9 "5 0
    i'""~*'* ~ f*,.-f I .'"l!qIn wir-or -i
    log., fle'.?g 'f 'it) 'N"Ie ~ 9 1* lst

    fr tflo p rfillp. %V i t."I f !f11 t j t I .
    o*!i'r. l'sist in a 91 '-1. .- t, A sl re ',t '

    'tea: so E.'r .rt #., I I l.'t6 it .t -21110
    an-i every s,4 s-' a~s .'.1 I.'% wo-
    ~ irs"K.'tm"III be -,.,t't -gt Ie.*?*will he
    wauny s*zu&,I 1it''e- pi-taI jet1'.4.,4.
    ro fourth. 0-.1i&t inL t.00 0Germk. .1
    suweed in rx.a q -v It.ivelnn& ..
    Mercies 111'se Vlsrnel foliltkc~ IC
    drotryer. halt Grerany rag Aap 'a
    o ftb-s ptrcetilsr 'raft (%&a ag A Ii
    -14-1 tto driI da"Ci? feG '* tne -eF1
    thtb E.Carmary mevht 'crme .:' tta ci'::Up
    baven direetka o )gr 1 1,111 ;i c'Io 1 .
    mroumJ laahea ILe daitle 6*4 Ji sg -
    Vitoearth a0 .1'itar~L 1J'1` t All pt. 8.
    which could Watch One Etsecttca r.*'"l
    g0o dose .1 the .10.r.
    'A romwety to Imp-tat: A uto.! the C-ii
    W07 to aeirty ii. on Ite wac. 'M"1.-.
    mouit he miany Dow uosts built 4 motfm
    tbohe ilts from Eseranys port .
    do nut haVe to I t* : V Tr st orP tpC yg, F
    powerfiini hat they mop t te a .:. A 4_
    keist on tbo hat-b. for ma nsrebe m '-roas
    BIrltin00 4a1 (i risnny ever go to war .ne
    latter country will attempt to Wvs;j
    Lagland and capture Laiei1uo.-


    42,4J'~ d,2~r~~r2'/~awr4cs1cPJ-'-2 a? /e
    Ckpayai 1i7-Jard


    --I
    Stew In'Ittf.'-hll|s a*lit n rmtorei crutoersr
    Sill tlI.ias froe two toI f..,;r. T'I"-;isy r tiie
    ar, k ill0.1 i r~;*-I *isl| nre. tL.ot l ialil.
    Il' vor.r on it *-*1 t.Ijliti Itn v :ira r a sn I
    i f I I- *ls I *w',. I :.-% 'v..rrit' ipr..;j I.t
    i f' **-t t -' ,,l. w i. r 'V -a ni4l wa I
    S ri s. it t. 1 .. @'1-- .- a % *I f' e or-
    I .*' ;'"*. I .i C t i* w i.-<.14 are
    I-r ai.r' i, l-%%rfial tl,.ia ii al ,, s ,f furu er i
    5' a -')
    .*s'trt'i 'I. ', Ii,, rms pepintes In tle ma-
    * r> *f It.' ;:.1; 4 of III* r s jr t A l ly
    fi i ;. 't ht .-. : ii [,r ..r ** sth *r II


    tnie In theb mna'htne* hopn I the 'ervy
    TarlI they know uf came w ere noew nd
    rcmtly laTattlok r were I.lillr oen:y t.&
    proee absolltte faillulre. But thnt Ouem't
    mean that the curastruetore went hack t)
    the oM and approved methods. Ttey bad
    tw ees nude taed efferhanml. dluply be-
    case they were oM. What they did d
    was to rck thker lrnilne. prnild tLevpaes
    Digbt *and serrve-warlin; d 4s of tll--
    hut the result was enmetbint *ew that
    did work. And for the tinco Ihai It
    ..as the Igratest laprovetumet flow*-
    atUi a gIlreer one efitnu *elo.
    As Important a faIt or An any t the

    ronatruction of a warsbip Is the armor.
    tO tihe hile of l toayi the I wit fruo
    latee to twelve Lt'hbe l t thle-kneos lad
    Ii as Impeootratler nlr man r-iu r to I t,.
    The armor on the present day ships l
    a gret tmpruv.-ment over that lstalledt
    Co theb frt of the Itroolacld. s tt ro.
    otsting power in easily tI tUmes gr mtoe
    than It was before tbe oediers Mary-
    lard sickle st*el was tvertes. A-me
    plate ba partai*s raIsed me"e r'M thsi to
    the mNay i)eprtsat thus aytohl ag si
    rimes wr the ss ftaetaer of ni
    aghItti vessel. To ttle wtll there e
    the tartll thee tfb re "*raftt-aud It
    tlbh oubitry lbid new )h:tilhlh|i, Iftr
    every tl>e tfl *- 14rgo b.ol I sern mald
    that r'tte'lt iarr..,r %as .')0*,4. eo r
    N'' y a'.U -1 w'?tu ,t-i. r ;resat Urltail'O
    "iii t1a1 I) ito Ir h'.is. thli.. are beI ttu
    ! '. L'i 'p 'r *,,- vCr I. ',for In tl14
    l'-;>.' r. f. i t), '* atu ,.. aI h u a qut i
    a.' ,.*r i1 11 As tIe .4a t whis'
    L.' :-, ,I 11 I t 1 i-l ts ily ')T h .
    I '- i s ot ,J'ls' t l* ite ar few amd
    fi r
    I..'r',niy the. cr-",s'.t pin. I t hs e
    w..r.,! m '" l., t ,..4 I,'t. ,,f -hi


    trr nr. l .. I i') .. ,, ,.. I Ib
    I ior' l 1 ,... 4_ .


    c rW r 3i Y I [ i.'7 wq a
    I W, a wfDf


    ItIIA


    -~i-'- ~, ;-p d~Se"~~~RI~FftY
    -~U~ 'bi~kd


    '2 9 i i'. pis' iat U lsI9'seshnls'
    '.' t is 'II ale lastt -.tstn
    t' 2 's' \. s' s..sly leaNS) Isas

    r I lit




    fit
    S I--i
    9. .' 9 ~ ss.'~1r' N'.2'



    4 5,? 5 .i.' t I25 i.



    i.:IT ~ i.: '-9 1 s' C'l i h 9 I t'


    ___


    it _
    II


    ?









    THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, APRIL 9, 1909


    OF TI a E m. i IANGEIS
    a Ho o- 'i f-d asl, ofe 0.
    th k ta s tashia eaof4l ....... l ko..ives Timely Warnaing That
    S of whIrh b totwlat on pls No oaineill Citi n C an
    1 t1 ever taken botl-e. says a wrt- Aford to Ignere.
    k berr per, i t ly the ."ty f,,, t he
    b7 bit whh ame Obhel, near DANGER JIGNAL NO. 1 com('o
    s oa beel known for tener- from the kidney ec'rcrtlon.. Thul ill
    About 1.30) meo ad women warn Y'(m when the kldl,'i. are trkck
    with Inanly Ina ll Ift forms Well kdney. 11 a1 1 d have a happy being as fluid. crk kldnve r end out a thin.
    'e of the i abe tant, who pale and foamy, or a thick k, rcd. Ill-
    h aptleVire hbow to treat the smelling urine. full of bedlment and
    m l. In the aresta, aN irregular of pIar age.
    i m f k a musemet,. the [) DAGOER .i.N.AL NO. conm.m
    i a thpse H patients h may e from the bark. Facrk pailn. dull and
    asd nowhere is there the r
    96bmoti of lfnstlit appar- heavy. or sharp and acute, t-ll .ou, of
    ILk T heo llrg gngM ftmn esick kidneys and warn .on of the a|-
    p mauls y r.*ad, no matter proach of drolpy. diabetes and 4
    m tB the amunt may be th pa- Dr'gbt's disease. Doan's Kidney Pill*
    Salwa ir the tiered mber cure sick kidneys and cure them
    L. &--N. N Ob tW M rtiht permanetly. Here I. proof in the 4
    o m omr01-totb chai Wd the statement of a nearby resident:
    a t the dl bI up1s to htm. He Mrs. Ellabeth Moore, Madlson ave-
    to w m ot an -&, ad athiills ne. tark, 71a.. says: 'ror aome
    M to llM tow tm e I Isfered from dull. naggi-
    namb OW avin do" me
    hi*m the e, -, to h back-.- he and distressing palas
    In lt the &sawm d pep,. kTb through my loinl. I eolid not rest
    miM saren m t ao thr well d aroas i t he morning feeling (
    a i nto bti. It t tire d and worn out. My kidneys were
    hew a Masuto m eeif sluggish and the secretions very un-
    B i the rl p5eol are toward natural. I at length rroured Doan's
    OWandIsa peepOft0* "0' Kidney Pills and they gave me the
    wo l om O ."I .P* desired relief promptly. I have since
    ^*,,a whe had m- h d of and ,. .
    n-ft "cn the si wrd hak ba e free from backaches and pains
    e o i- this City o th I&- through my loins and my kidneys are
    normal. I am feeling better general-
    i and give Doa's Kidney Pills the
    A A CE ON ICE. credit."
    r ake by all deler.. Price 60
    th- TiaT ONt Away and Theeo Cent. PFater-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
    Tha Wee aseveroed. New York, sole agents for the United
    thaskey asaad me of tthe st
    who let o t datesa m the ~.r Remember the name-Doan's--and
    n wthe r be sd eer lot a take no other.
    th nmgh the eminke to exact a
    ambd Sepid hat he had TRIED TO BE NICE.
    doe as, arepat c au oe IP a._l_",
    t& l A el nF" Oa -& i t 1- Out Plale Mdo an Awful Mao of it
    ll AlAr wL Wt W m o Ol Lady.
    A ll dla d youl flow M ws en h an e* l beat upon plelng"
    is8 mead skate tmeeld e
    li ou*l b* e awa*ty fm 1ghed Pannle'a younger sister. "she
    ma --s ban& an dashed to the cean certainly wake a horrible mess of
    pat IuIrIt a trbksaet powerful th140 Last Sunday Charlie Evans.
    uas eumortag or another pair. having arrived at the point were he
    o was a detectives l pursm tf hi felt be wanted his family's opiulon of
    &. and a vey animatig ight It e, Invited as both up to take tea
    to watch the ebase. He was, as with his mother. The minute I laid
    had boasted, a t rate skater, ad eyes oe his mother I knew Fannie
    Became pu tly o that e would get to trouble--be simply can't
    Thnl u thn fdon mined t. help getting nervously foolish when
    M tl des at rew doetm ied t the's religious person around.
    Sa d esperateori of bty. Te "Chartle's mother kis ed ua and. ad-
    1* "as L n the bride w drolsin herself to Fannie an the elder.
    tul "Daner ," and T e made for ld something about our belong very
    S at headloL e The e beat b sweet to come and we a daughterles
    ath is weoigt, but be got aely old woman. Whereat Fanne looked
    hgoug at Charlie and his two brutbers and
    The Ws oaeer allowed with rep"d feellngly that It must be a ter-
    qual plark. hot, being a beavr mn rible disapolutmtent to have only
    bWoke thouru and was drowned, them. Mrs. Evsn. to rectify my si-
    "His skate" id the arrator ofeontd u proudly
    Ote dent. I ot )mck after the In that she ad tree re sons ot ps-
    quest. but thoue the young genteman
    badon I never aw again."'-1- By thi time 'annle realized that
    Tekegran. she had made a t.d begiflnninV andu
    at leaped further in with the supixoitiu
    Want advertisig is a a orce w that the other three were off hainlug a
    .7m can harness, and with which ol good time l ntead of mouing at home
    me drive your plan a ed purpo The older lady drew bereIlf up and a
    to any desired d*-f sasld waki severely;
    "'lly three sons are n beatcn. Miss
    E* Whd E E" t)h. bow awful (airue Fu'tnni's
    lIHVESTM E ready Kul, .
    S"ao. uot auful at all: nitl MrI
    VEanra Eait |iluH gltriiag ul us. 'I
    WE AK ~FFEIM feel thatl they ,erc I|al:ly Ilh<-l..l
    In l.fiing ullouWel tou a.iis t iuur earlv t( '
    S0 g thtlri lo.urd. "h'ey di.tl d little u chll
    At VeY itrfiHe Pdls" ",I,.,r ,I,,. ln Attr ,,t ,III,, h;,,.,,
    beei blurt.al out tlllh (Tr( I .i";l rh'.j
    9;.,:,re l l)ad,' t. .uzIt FlV 4' i.r **"It this lii li I laal Lli kL.d u hle in
    CLt't dli i'0.1l at I .e'; hel r mii li.'. *ild I hiuit qull'ltal la'r fr
    $10 MH ) li)u al <'U .ii,. :, ..L l'r c.e it alle1 Sh1' iut a:l'e Let'' .till f r
    dii' I I. 1 ,it I"; tI r.'i t (if th. t' .aiil h.r ,la.'il i n rf ..t
    S ; -ui 0 -I Illl< 1 r < I It d u i m a t h h ,r .r hl. t I ,t e
    lltl qAII .h*. tp, fr ilh a I Il I .l(' *l a
    1;*-'1 ut I e -j | lar., ;ill 'l'c, i: i ., ii lal' ;i0, l.i .al
    ,a S I. I .i I.K- a, i,* ,* 1 .1 "'. tlri.rl, l.t i .t a ,. r.
    ;tt i'' I .irl.. ia li. i 1 i .a Il i I t 'i
    *' ;t, l. -,,'i ^ I,", |' r e h| i ''- .ll: I i i.i ,':a ti la" I \ ,[ 1 ;l I .
    Ult : :ftllit Illi 'l l '.' II
    1- r t a .1.1 k *' ". i. t '' t a' "1 '.\taI .iji .aIl U. I '.t i r, a.


    .81 j I a tF'ie,... I.,I 1i. l r a
    i iit p
    J 1 *a"' -
    a'- \t a. ~CASIOR IA
    \. I I bII I For Infiufts aud CilcdrcL
    ItIi. :Tb U ind You Have Alwcjs Bought
    -'' It S Boar- tt-

    ~.k 0-i I
    I I,. ~ r t it zxw
    i. i ia All- aoil, Ia'i.,
    1. it' f i af .t 11 4 itbw i I I I
    I itI ltiq 119 P l'u Ii.-. t 14. 11 1 I i brok, re saud
    aageut 111s f p llah
    11-4. up, )eul 01 10 1 If ) t r I
    14)WEIEIP & UliSEIaj (Ai, t i rT 'a% t wi IAo
    RlGS .rIfl I Al l%1it -1. colUmN.
    Mutual Life SBulding The asake perbou rvads Me sent
    ala cvvry di)--- ..&j au wers ictw al
    LaF A ias, a. cdi. Ii


    THE BUSH & SAFFI




    PIANO CONTFi


    s I"


    ww.u U wI


    In Which a Resident of Alachua Coun

    be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano,

    Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnis

    The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole

    entatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of

    The Contest to be Conducted by THE I


    Behalf of Bush & Safford.


    U U
    5 5


    $3,655000

    One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to t
    residing in the County of Alachua who receives th
    number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and
    April 15th, 1909: : :
    a g~asg g/1/ ** *


    Additional


    Gift


    In addition to tohe:Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford
    on a new ~$4() Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same
    as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due 1
    given ill this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua
    To I M firt k iiae aBt thse hii istw veB, a Ie for ach fuar....
    To Iu semd c- nd cii st Nts, ao sh- for adch fr ......
    T tlo ad t ix roee"il Iu do t ilOMt vnte, a -eW ftor ad foar.......
    These due bills may be used by the winners or canti 1' disposed o
    for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their faie value upo
    chase of one of these new pianos.
    li1 the e\veit of a tie for any prize offer.l, a pri/.e -iiiiiliar in all re
    to will Ke given each of those timing.
    ME


    How and Where to Get

    Votes
    The follow, iK nlurchantt- will give oneI \aito
    for eter\ co('lt Ipaid iuo th i' t.i etabliiihmn.l ta four
    goods whlith t'y handle:
    The Gainesv'ie Hardware Co.
    Phifer Bros
    Hydeo Tench.
    Where Votes May Be Cast
    H1al1,i t t,.\'q :11 i> fr imt) in th.' It.,# h
    n it 111: I t,, v 1 I i : ;I k \ ,1 .1 i j
    to t 4 \ t I ; ir :, .- .:
    ,l ,, ,',,," J ,, 1 ,,> .l


    Rules and Regw
    I TlheI( ConitrA-. is oiwn to an
    AlmoI hia counmity y ho imkta uii I y
    ,f 11o. cii l' -t or eaua-lip-d for I,.a
    a(rl. ~t) thtrnm % eii wk n.
    ,! ii tId( ai. ae atatfachil o r ra la,
    Jan' tail.- of thealow.. v!.dIai' d tnirm
    I- t1ji ii 1;rt I #- iii !,i c k-:,t, all(I %aill
    Ill tihll 4.',alit of a ml un(icr-1
    O.l-ilidta ail It a r(in. r.i! tI' ha il I
    ~~i-a (i lar': *\ i a r uliaL 1,' frt I. r


    4t t r ,* .,
    'i. jt'


    DAILY ST


    $1.25 'fbi ce uiuti .b' .L-. z .................. .


    $2.50-
    $5.00-


    40) vut.


    SIX Iwioutsthh' bubbib i :11
    On %t. 'b bill 3k IIjt 1I:Ai


    For A club otf utis x-inua i li.' b".1 I, 1 Il vii ,


    ' a I,


    ) sUOI.) vautc~
    ) 2 v1.000


    la .1 ,,


    THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


    $1.00- Oc ...t'a bubcrlptuill. I .........
    ForI a cl~tb of five obUw-yl'r Ib; riptzil ..


    'I I.. 1 1 .1 t ,'! ,' t,'-t m ,t t ,i ,t\' -,

    Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
    distributing votes is undesired by th(


    AAAAAA AAAA A A A LA- A- &-A,-k


    AlMAALLA


    CA


    T *T|
    500 vjtos
    l.-oU) vuAt 5

    .10,u00 vutis u
    30.000 votes

    I x

    S4A00 vvteC
    .4,000 voute



    e proprietors
    iA m Am AM.&


    -V~- -V W


    [.I


    ~11111111


    )RD





    r
    [WI

    ty Will

    and 18

    ihed by

    Reprea

    Miami,

    SUN in
    5
    : :





    he person
    ie highest
    I0 p. m.




    :S
    Piano Co.,
    to I. used
    Oills will be
    County:
    ...820,0
    S. $175I.O

    f to anyone
    n tlhe pur-

    :p'ct.- tlcrce-



    lations
    yone hliing in
    tlrc (ciiinill(.tIrd
    ciiie rrtlutabl, l
    tit t (of the ir F
    ;arTt' *c'i llh'l s. o
    I piirt l Ia t ,.

    cI t ( l t

    *i 'i to w ith
    T. w v:ll i t I,. a
    " t U:.,:[.T r


    ;


    ~


    v


    Wvl wlv wmw v W


    ram!


    qwwwww


    ror 1 1








    THR llAllo TI4T: H AIM 0AJNKYIl. FLORIDA. APBh!L 9 1909


    -THE--


    ULiversity iy.


    It



    It


    Are you of tihe. numller
    who arc afraid that
    tl.her is -mi *,e !efect in
    tliheir title-., iia l wit
    tlat fmi"r all '\x'il- r.'-
    fu-e to, l,.i\, aan .11\ .-
    strIc't ,of Ti'll,. .S l
    for mr F1l-EF l.okklt
    tioni." loe are so Mnd
    as tdey wh wiN mt see.
    W t hait\ the' iiif )riil.-
    tion on )11 I'lI title .
    --Ci I.
    ALACNUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO

    .i TELEPH ONEIl




    TELEPHONE E


    LONG-DISTANCE SYSTEM


    ('ca .r- I c 1' I' ti.t ir. *--


    it~ .r -I''


    a i 1


    . A, I., N II


    i \
    I I


    East Florida Telephone Co
    The Long-Distance System


    Oalets lllle I- ctronicdedl to be the
    most enterlprisngel a* !.:I ar the. moS
    beautiful cit? in tie linterlior of Flor
    da. It is located In tht ,.ry centtel
    of the State, half a) be'w'-ies the At
    Iantic and utlf ('a-it. surrounded b)
    iands of auch fortmlity as to be capable
    of producing a .r i tI .arift o(f cropm,
    hi the heart of thel. tluck-grrowai
    phosphate and naval st, baa the h .t edti(at!oi:nl ad.ilaittag.,
    S tI nthe State. good churches. wilth
    edifices hiech are *ul rior to an)l
    town of Its i-t'e in Fl.r'da. tlth large
    and cou.i-t (t nt C('mlngr.aitlonf.. liha a
    climate which (anlnft bN. *'xrcllcd for
    health and rlarur-.. All the e natural
    &dtautal*e%. touibiatd %llh a iprtnir<.m
    Ile and ent.rpl.rsing coteimopolitan
    citileaship. are sure to make a big
    cily.
    1 br., are many natural attractions
    I close proximity to the city,. some of
    whlch are Alachbua Sink. Paine's
    Prairie. the Devil's Mill Hopper. War.
    ea's Cave. and Lake Newnan, all of
    witeh a reached by private convey.
    atce.
    Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
    and finest live stock farm in the State.
    Is only eight miles west of the city
    a' d is reached by a good hard road.
    affording a most pleasant drive.
    The farmers of Alachua county. of
    w which Galnesvllle Is the county seat.
    "'live at home and board at the same
    place." The tempin rature Is very uui-
    * form, scarcely esr r-eaching th.- nine-
    ties In summer or the twenties in
    winter. The pollation of Gaint'svilll
    Is about eight thousand. r.ir.hr.enting
    nearly every nationalit oni th. fae'
    of the earth. anild strangieis always.
    Ieet with a h:;rtiy elo',;ipe
    The I'nlsi%.sity of Floritla for -oIIn l
    nie'n 1and tie.- Natio.nal AgriculTural E\
    i lprimnt.at Stationl are lh the corporat'r lali:its. of t h. (ity. In
    fact. (ui; \ ill,. ha> -a n;atny thiutt;--
    t!;A: n" rim-t Ihe p;lal.e' 'dl If w~e. nomlI!
    a ft% o4f th, ru in thi ol IIiw t *nin r
    action of i lat
    Gainesville Has:
    ()Iit arti-t.
    \No -a!4t iri.





    Thre.', ,1..b ,
    T o*I. 1'i I1 ,' .



    Six frit t ,r s.
    (i)t<. "t- l.ia' t.



    Two giiirnmiths.
    Six rei'taurantos.
    Tw p~iimts


    ltr'"


    M -


    )one P'eil store
    Ihtard of Trade.
    S lx drilg toree.
    S Four .heW hois.
    State Inl'erpity.
    Masonic Temple.
    Twenty lawyers.
    Two paint Pholm.
    rour contractors.
    (hne bck'cle hop
    l:a-'ltail dilanio,td.
    Two ter. fai torteI.
    Six music schools.
    t One \ariety store.
    Onie Iuh;ic library.
    r Two wagon works.
    Two planing mills.
    Two rcrket stores.
    S Two lumber yards.
    one marble works.
    Three silversmiths.
    three wood yards.
    Five dnital room.
    SOne expr|es office.
    Free mail dellery.
    Four beef markets.
    SEight larher shops.
    r Two public schools.
    Two music houses.
    A telephone system.
    Two haberdasherles.
    ST'n ab track* office. \
    Four pressing cintbs.
    Two machine shops.
    Two bottling works.
    Six busardlJ. houses.
    One Catholic church.
    r A military company.
    Three jewelryy stores.
    One phosphate office.
    One Chinese laundry.
    One Christian church.
    Two steam laundries.
    Swo Advent churches
    One daily n-wspaper.
    Two hardware stores.
    One female physlclan.
    Fifteen grocery stores.
    Five Baptist church.
    Three furniture stores.
    One cold storage plant.
    One weekly newspaper.
    Seven dry goods stores.
    Three cold drink stands.
    One electric light plant.
    Throe IlaekAmith shops.
    Three railwnvts systems.
    Fight h.nc'-volent orders.
    Twa rl-lol-' oral Chruhe.
    I'tlted States larl office.
    One hclhmieial lanworantor.
    To v\'t.rinarv surge ons.
    )rc I'r' -l,\ t.'rin church.
    To 'rclinr riannmifanrtorlie
    VF', r r. il! tat-' ,ar'nc'loq.
    \'i,letfr inur fire dei'artment.
    ral :ini t l, b r cin, r anles.
    o' r,, J M t!oili- ( huir,'htes.
    A 1,rT .- ta. 1,,! c;r nit tz-itle, n.
    T%,o lh,,to,,rapt h v:lll-r; ,-4.
    I', No n it, i e ict itre liowl.
    Fl',rlila \Vi!,.-r Chautauqua.
    Oit.' soml-wet-ekly newspaper.
    4PIv litf I4 t1 Irarnce vrrm-
    Fir-t-'las-. .!- ,fr; tm s.v-t,.m
    Twvo fertilizer manufact'rrles.
    Five fire insurance agenclea.
    Two livery and feed stables.
    One crate and basket factory.
    ()Oiei Elka ('lub reading room.
    Hlardwoc d .Ianufacturing Plant
    Agricultural lExpelrilent Station.
    Florida Winter Ilible Conference.
    Five dresemneaking establishments.
    National Odd F,-llows' Santarium.
    Three undertaking estalblishmbenta.
    Two of the best hotels In the In-
    terlor.
    Two wholesale grain and feed
    stores.
    Two wholesale grocery establish-
    nients.
    Water "that has made Gainestille
    famcu.t "
    The flnn-st cm-ra house in the State
    otiit-ilit- of Jac k, A < -rn i,,' nt I'liiig .oilon to l.et
    r-ctld tIo c -t w h11 1u on t .l'l,'t
    i ;>ri"lit r-f Ia'ei-ti .. pI -terat,'
    lai lt, r. |iI ;l.t, r~ l aii 1'hi iii .~( anld la
    li ,I ,'II .r ii ^ .tl, i0
    Ic InIt n ,,f l,:5 ',l -tr. t ,. and
    l.t1liial!t.itl' -lI', s'. lk- thi.lla t'i tlilt I
    t(i\l. I ll hIil Ia li l l l c! II St' .etc'
    i < -a, .' t i a. i l iii .,l i.
    t,( 1.1a ,1 ;. i ,, I -. ; II It I \
    titi. Ia, tii.lk' It .t nio,-t i ll .a t r tie a iX l


    --DIENTIST--


    Graham Slu!dlng. Iaalt ain street f
    Sell Phone 61. Ale Long Distane.

    DR. EDWARD CLARK


    DENTIST.


    Offices in Graham Building, over
    Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
    No. 356.

    DA. DuVUR D B. MOaRRIs


    OCme ovm Oaieasovine Nadmal s
    Phase SW.


    D)B J. H. ALDERMAN.


    DENTIlT .


    )lce over uttom & Co a. Ba
    Phot ne tb. Calaesville. Ila

    W .. AKEH,
    ATTOISNKY-AT LAW,


    SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
    Tue l tail ott\Iv a re'1 e~talt!1 i' I;( cite ci
    Thec Son otflq-*. are coitil d tii fo1if.
    %.ote' in tlc* Itti-l &- Saff 'nd Vi ti, ~'4(111 AINES4VII.LJ Alachua 0o.. FLA.
    toe,t fi'r etc i h 4 tt i-l.A.'fr ituOffice' in Halwans look


    ,Acrk liit t t.rg.et tl..'.%%I,- !, i iv-1
    of print-Atd-t. i~ni r" I 16,14th e ae!
    %crtI with' I't IX 114 1.[tti jiar. re-
    ga r4ijg t.!, (t ie -t itad t t- tIar t he
    lady of your t chme
    It )1.11 1.r. c tIv tai .1i1tat:liig -cc I
    it Is ad..rtl.ccl t -th : Wan:at c,!11111


    a FERIt NAND BAYER,
    ATTORN&EY AT LAW,


    FlIOeII A.


    OA iIIBILI..,


    Cat sel sellr yotu sitroperty. (ia
    proved and uninjri-rcred), phosphale
    true~kiag and farming lands. Send him
    a last of wLat you Pier fcersels, 2142v
    j A (CARA.,IIl.E.
    AT'uH'Il~- AT LAW
    And St,:.itojr in 'cjuity

    ?statle, ('ailivi) fl-k -t p s Jr
    :'-v.*1td eI I 0r9-e' Irut in'., to Hut
    llt *. ie'%~t-X I )It'a .i&


    1t A A : i .


    1 I s 1 .I 1: ;: -


    I .., v, \ -


    SI : Al


    I. %.6 l is-


    The Doctor


    Whose


    rOR CITY MARSHAL.
    To the Voters of the City of Oalae.
    rille:
    I am a candidate for City Marshal.
    for reelection on April 13. I have
    served the people faithfully and 0e&
    cteatly. night and day. and my record
    ia open for lnspectlon.
    If my service during the past yeai
    has blee satisfactory I ask the sup
    port and vote of each and every citi.
    sea who is qualified. I can onli
    promise the same service as I have
    e..deavored to give In the past
    Tours frorder,
    HIEN T. ARNOW.
    I tae this method of Informng the
    public that I am a candidate for City
    Marshal at the election to be held on
    Airll 13. 1M9l. I respectfully solicit
    the support of all voters. Irrespective
    of party affiliation, ad poroise to
    faithfully and Impartially discharge
    the dutie of the ofice should I he
    elected. Respectfully.
    CHASL C. WARREN.

    FOR TAX AS-MOR.0I.
    To the Voters of the CIty of Galsmo-
    vllle:
    I repectfully anoouece myself a
    candidate for City Tax Assessor for
    the year 1w0. Having been Tax As-
    aessor for four years I am fully pre-
    pared t' fill the offee, as my record
    will show, the city assessment bar-
    Ing been Increased In that time from
    a little over "00.000 to over $1.000.000.
    I was prevented from running for this
    office last year on account of sickness.
    and now respectfully solicit your
    votes. W. M. BRADFORD.
    To the Voters of Gainesville:
    I hereby announce that I am a can-
    didate for re-election to the office of
    City Tax Asses"or for the year 19D09.
    in the election to be held on April the'
    13th. and most earnestly request you
    all to give me your vote anid support
    for the position.
    Thanking you for your past endorse-
    ment. I remain. Yours very truly.
    H R COI.SON


    Out in China all things are s.ttopsy turvy.
    Physicians are paid f/r keeping people well and
    when their patients fll ill their weekly ary
    check isstopped. The Chinese judge medical
    man not by the numberof years Ah lives, but by
    the length of time his clients survive.
    An advertising medium must be judged in
    the ame way. Thefact that it has .ae its
    credit isn't so important as the agee f i adwar
    iu patreafe. Whenever a newspaper cow
    tiues to dilay thetore talk of the ame es
    tablishment ye after year, it's a pry
    sign that the merchant has made meny out of
    that newspaper, becau no publication can
    continue to be a losing investment to its ce
    tomers over a stretch of time without the fact
    being discovered. And when a newspaper is
    able to boast of an honor roll of stores
    that have continued to appear in its pages for
    a stretch of decades it hasproven it superirity
    as plainly as a mountain peak which rises
    above its fellows.
    The combination of stability and proressis
    the strongest virtue that a newspaper can poe-
    sess. Only thefitsurvie-reputation isadiicuk
    thing toget and a harder thing to held-it takes
    merit to earn it and character to maintain it.
    There is a vast difference between fame and
    notoriety, and just as much difference between
    a famous newspaper and a notorious one.
    Just as a manufacturer is always eager to
    install his choicest stocks in a store which has
    earned the respect of the community, just so a
    retailer should be anxious to insert his name i
    a newspaper which has earned the respect of if
    readers. The manufacturer feels that he will
    receive a square deal from a store which has
    age to its credit. He can expet as much from
    a newspaper which is a credit to its ageI
    The newspaper which outlives the rest does
    so because it was best ftted to-it had to earn
    the confidence of its readers-and keep it. It
    had to be a better newspaper than any other,
    and better newspapers go to the homes of better
    buyers. Every bit of its circulation has the
    element of quality and staying power. And it
    is the respectable, home-loving element of every
    community --not the touts and the gamblers-
    toward which the merchant must look for his
    business vertebrac-he cannot find buyers un-
    less he uses the newspaper that enters their
    homes. And when he does enter their homes
    he must not confuse the sheet that comes in
    the back gate with the newspaper that is de-
    livered at the front door.
    CE' l yr;ght. I1'.,1. tly Tril urc i'm ; ay. i'ht ago.)


    -0


    G.


    S.


    Merchant & Co.


    retailers &ad Jobbeed In


    Staple and Fancy Croceries
    Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers


    SOUTH SIDE SQUARE


    -o- GAINESVILLEL FLORIDA.


    I


    I


    A; : 7,t k 14 t i:..& L i, I .,1 r1 uir raij I-. i (' htto' v
    1 u' i I I I Very Wbst geosi
    qtiA' tir A.a S 9.e.sfL W P..-;Ual~ay





    THE flARY SUN. lIca We!


    SI


    ABOUT ADV'ERTISING--O. D


    Patients Hang On


    C


    V .


    The Title Question


    a S -


    ---~


    By H~rbut Kauf -em.


    HUSINKCSG CARDS

    DR- 1,0 KWALD.l4I


    -Vlwv


    9 o. DENTISTt~


    I


    I ON% \ I'll -!A I \11


    N, 1, 1 .


    C










    % TRB DAILY BUN: GAINESVILLN, FLORIDA, APRIL 9, 1909


    ow L
    ~TT3MOP UNEAL INTERSOT
    amumBy W"um apoergas

    mat ~mWopefed asiWha~goIs
    to 4ne Utnm mmd




    Bea fla naclea Caty


    T1e fnaieeof all-"The Vale
    MWOLM


    IAttle store aest express office is
    Swungout.
    goi Usele Joshua Hayseed at "The
    OatSo Depot"
    Wlrt as the market-string beas

    Sitrn ben for teday's trade. 0.
    SMereet & s 0
    J. H. OaCh af HIg Sprigs was
    o the iW vyersay.
    SLathe Gamin ashime yir shoes
    a t-The Umlem Dpe.L"
    Sthe wleal party Jut sarto t
    qm thebi beyme at "TheUni

    l. C. F a ha returned
    *mm a short oel al visit to

    0 A. Bae- o Floral City is n the
    , having eime to spem a few dway
    VfthiMsamaly.

    de- PIMays ad saturday. Me-

    OpLm b sis gumad teid l

    rg ims. iby W.IM.in. em
    Mr. uemat l MOm-- Il. eig-
    e rof Wale s et part of yterday
    so Oaseevle oe a a opplag expedl

    Miss eb Westphal of Island Grove
    as a en the viitWa to the city and
    hie hre is the gueest of the family
    f Prof. W. H. Casual.
    SSpeMy Blue Rmbbou-lf you are dia-
    Mastied with the avoriang extract
    uy've bee using, try Blue Ribbon
    Slema r waala5 amet time.
    Dputy aherlff W. T. Brta s left
    yestday for Dunnellp with Geo.
    awlbs a asgre mt up for ninety days
    as a har of em lemet.
    Mrs. C. D. Patte, who has been
    lvTing at L L Hill's releace. will
    leave i a few days to spea the sum-
    msr is the North. At present she
    of Mrs. H. 3. Taylor.
    1


    Watch this space for
    Special Irices to-
    morrow.
    IDRSEY ,& C(<.


    Come out and
    proposal at "The


    hear the widower'sa
    In ion IN'ie t "


    Better 'phone early for sonme of
    thtme chole' string btwans at MNere hatit
    & Co',. today.
    Fresh country eggs I:, cents dozen.
    spot cash. Friday and Saturday at
    McCormick & Howe's.
    "The Union Dplot" Is undoubtedly
    the funniest play ever given In Galues-
    ville. Don't fall to see it.
    Don't forget Friday and Saturday
    we will ell for cash fresh country
    eggs 1e down. McCormick & Howe.
    Mrs. W. M. Hogan and Miss Ruby
    Sparkman of Waldo were among the
    shoppers visiting Ganesville yester-
    day.
    Prof. Oo. R. Hotchklss of Waldo
    was looking after business matters In
    ( riesville yesterday, and made The
    S an a greeable call.
    Mrs. J. 5. Ackley of North Gaines.
    lle left yesterday for Chicago and
    will visit nl the Western metropolis
    for some time before returning to her
    home here.
    The Good riday services at Holy
    Trnlty church will be as follows:
    Morning prayer. ante-ommuslo and
    sermon at 1 a. m.; evening prayer
    sad address at 4:30 p. m.
    Mr J. 8. Hamman and six chil-
    dien arrived In the city yesterday
    and will make this city their future
    home. They were preceded by Mr.
    Hamman and two sons. who have
    bees here for some time.
    PIve-room cottage to rent on block
    adjoining square, formerly occupied
    by W. L LeOrande; city water. elec-
    tric lihts, sewerae, bath, and all
    modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
    H. H. McCreary or Sun office.
    Dr. J. D. Watkins. cashier of the
    Bank of Micanopy. was a visitor to
    tae city yesterday. He states that his
    section is very lively and the people
    who farm are happy. for the wind-up
    of the cabbage crop and good prices
    for peas has ade them feel that they
    were again In the land'of the living.


    NlE TIEY

    - Af-
    -ARE-
    Just arrived a car
    f-
    Nus I& Mdu
    (ioIl eor I.'ey
    r, ll .lI't le' lier..
    l I1 > ;c.- ol er se
    s ,, l liii 't 1We trllita1
    3 )..' itl..ll thi ill.


    A if the

    Icit ,e


    _ -- __._ _.-I


    kn ,I f Ii S

    it i

    CRAWFORD & DAVIS'


    THE DUTTON BANK


    ---Am.. s the Opening of Its--



    NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


    - ~ I lj ci I ~a SI I.e I-


    , 1


    Ii 'I- I e -ci u la tc e a- .


    ~~ it


    \I I. i' \I N


    Let Us Keep Your Books for You


    I I


    I )- If )-c II o I a I ).. t ; 1) I cI ) .


    Phifer Bros.


    beats are bring rapidly rerrrved
    for "The I'nilo Depot"
    Mrs. J. M. Del. Jr.. accompanied by
    little Maxy. arrived home yesterday
    from a vsit of several days to the
    formenr'Is aren't In Ocala.
    Mr*. I It Phlfer has arrived In the'
    rit\ from Hillgh iSprina atil will -nd
    ltn- ne xt f'* (lyv* hi-re' vl-sitlnK her
    .Wte r. Mlr. .1. II Saunders
    Try a Iip'-ce of our Pugar run-dc
    br'akfa-t Ia:con. 1ir ipoutnid I 17" c at
    -: ,-r hliing ii n h'Ii l r, tr,r li in f'ch ." i
    for A. L. I val of Fe-riiandina afte-r a
    shinrt %i-it he r, to ti, hroi h. r in la%
    II I'. Ili)l'ttt. i ,.lar t 'til c .trl,,rda.
    for ceiit- iill the '-l. i rt l (ct tlh "
    (vOiit i \ .
    .Mat-ters Jamnie and lmuis Knitlht (f
    (k-ala arrl. ed in their (.ity esternl:;
    and will spei'ad the ne-xt oralrl di.,.
    here as guests of their aunt. Mrs. J
    W. McC'ollum.
    George Estabrook desires to inform
    nix friends that he has again embarked
    In the dairy business and would like
    to supply all with sweet milk. Phone
    178, Galnesville Dairy.
    "The Union Depot." for benefit of
    the '. D. C.. will be produced at the
    opera house on Tuesday night. April
    13th. by 70 of our best local char-
    acters. Prices 50 and 25 cents.
    All who have purchased tickets for
    "The U'nlo Depot." to be presented
    at the opera boase April 13th. can
    take their tickets to Miller & Vidal's
    and have the seats they desire re-
    served.
    When drummers travel 50 to 100
    miles out of their way to get to a
    hotel to spend Sunday, you can bank
    on It being far above the average.
    The Brown House is crowded with
    commercial men from Fridays to Mon
    days.
    Mrs. H. Driver of Leesburg was
    among the visitors to (Gainesvillel yes-
    terday. She' was en route to her home-
    from Williston. where she had be'en
    for the purpose of attending the funer-
    al Services of her sister, which occur-
    red on Weduesday
    C. E. Shaver, the accommodating
    soda dispenseri at Miller & Vidal's.
    left yesterday for Montgomery. Ala..
    having been suddenly called there by
    the serious illness of his father. liis
    many friends here trust that he will
    find the patient much Improved.
    The Easter egg hunt of Mildred
    Lee Chapter. I'. D. C.. will be given
    Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6
    o clock on the grounds surrounding
    the residence of J. I). Matheson. The
    price of admission will be 10 cents
    and the public is most cordial) in
    vited.
    Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Estabrook left
    yesterday) for ilhiladelphia Mrs Ekta-
    brook goest to enter the Young lHolpi
    tal and will undergo an olIeration. but
    Mr. E.stabrook will return here within
    al.ou tt-'ni dl.k land resunime hi- dulti.e
    a-; *'ligiir-' r n-('ta e'll Jackso, illl atini
    St l'Pei.r-I \\li. -Off.er Huitli itirirlig ai eI a:
    SI, t '' (" cit ll |Ptle i lac1 ,t,! l a le l .c l ,il i-
    iKIOev t ell- I| 1 l| ie' 1 l Itlh it I,.11i .
    'in -t.aa t w, 11i. tI. allI f )lc t Iil-l, \\
    S\\ k ( i<'li ,d tl M.I 111
    S1.Ir e 1 'ti ,l- .li I 11iit I '.II ,
    S h (',I ,r ,1 r I arel I
    S i'll<.1l .1 I- 1,. "1 I*ll. \ I.) I I
    tl.: coi .e 1i.ii 1'' 1 t: 1.,a 1 I' a' i


    ll l- I ll, l l l II ll I I I -


    I t I I
    I, I,


    am


    5c


    a nh lsertloa, bat ao dvtrUtl
    Seat taken for less taa U se0at SIx
    words make a li; no fractional lines.
    every word over each six courting as
    an additocal line. CASH in advance
    mast accompany all orders or laser
    rJos In tais column.

    WANTED-HELP.
    WANTEl)--Messenge-r after school.
    Apply W. I' Telegraph offlre.


    m.W


    S..


    FOR SALE-Pair of good mules and
    wagon. Apply to Jeff Simon. nl
    front of Dutton's Bank.
    POR IALL

    FOR SALE--Manhattan typewriter in
    firstclass condition, table and stool;
    $30 cash or terms; a bargain. Ad-
    dress Box 3S5. City.
    BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS.
    Fine upright "Steinway." used short
    time; cost $7Tm; In good condition.
    Going at $..'*.
    Itest grade "Estety" upright, used
    several years but good as vr; cost
    $:.",'. W ill take $'2..
    A good square' piano for $7..
    ithfore you buy any piano get my
    prices and save money.


    MEDICAL.


    FOR RENT. QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost man-
    -- hood. Satisfa, ti ,n guaranteed or
    FOR RENT-One six room and two money refunded: :e.0c per bottle.
    five-room cottages in South Gaines- Sold by W. M. Johnson.
    ville. in front of Coffin Factory; city
    water. Apply at Coffin Factory.


    FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
    block next to square; city water.
    electric lights, bath room and all
    modern conveniences. Apply at this
    office.

    It will pay anyone to take a walk
    around the. court-square to read the
    unique window card.- ad,.vrtising the,
    "Trade Extravaganza Thevy arve
    as original as this fortheroning pro-
    duction You IIus.t stw' them all -,no
    two alike' Ion't forget the. dat--
    'tWedne-tday. April 14th -\\d


    C. It. lodge's of ii 0h Sicrinig- ar
    nc %-(d iti Ii t h' c t' % Theu"-,I-' % :atae 'A
    -it mugce't- ak- u eat~i libaa-petal ce leer'-
    hve titacier A 'ia? ; -ii Irv. a ial cI t prat ICeIil
    %h Il ch A sa, aa uct o. Cit #..I%
    iti c el er ii.- I ate! Ii h a da t- l b h I 4 c110t .
    .it- di11 u,401 1 1 -,1 \ te.- [ iIt. 11a -i#- 1 1 ti ,
    1141-po'a I lea ic\%% lace-ItIcitat 11dth ie'
    114 -'* i I I I It l.cl ald % I 11
    Ai 1, 0 e t .d .-


    ITS FRESH EVERY DAT!


    The Bread. Pie and Cake you
    eat should be nutritious. The
    fnest flour. mixed with pure
    rich milk and baked In the
    "purity fashion." make our
    goods the most delicious it is
    possible to produce.


    Phone


    KEYSTONE BAKERY
    1l5. R. T. Schafer, Prop.


    Miss N. Norton


    Novelties, Books, Stationer)

    Souvenirs, Sbeet Picture

    and Picture Fumes ,..


    *1 aie;.. (,. i. e ,it l. -ii,. ice11~ 'ii 106 KI~t 1.1
    ~(,, ~ 1,~!111~ 1G&M EISVILLF4
    ii I .11 .111 a I .r If iiiI te-

    GEO. W. 0e
    A lahu ,.m -i-i Ni- P1*Tue 3a

    Al, alt e'enin .,. e Tuner and


    LWo rW -~


    d's .4 14U A k I I
    "' IAno Ii cf' h
    -' P rI ,i NMIe*! -ttI.


    - I


    Fl


    LORIDA


    IVENPORT


    wO An


    Rebuilder


    , ,


    '.- r a .e l- I .- ;*r 1
    \'> 4.> .a.i t


    1:, r,,i \ ,.--







    First National Bank
    (;EstablishedII .I.ver Twenty .ears11


    Established Over Twenty Years,


    f;:IatI~~IeueaeeeecedI I IIc


    UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY

    ....We Solicit Your Business....
    S re r. I) r r
    lr,


    - Bankers


    -Tm HAVE T8 TU CUT O im mA


    Tlie gonel-will, kindlest regard. and lest wir-h-
    es of each officer iand director of the ]Bnk,
    nll vor, will ilway~v finll a corulial wuleonti in
    our i inking room-.

    Make our iplice hleadquartr-r'-very conv\e-
    lielnce affordledl to iiake our place pleasant
    and agree.ll, tI, tlo toe wHlo call to See uS.



    THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
    "TIHI NFW I-I.IABLE.


    ..W1


    ;I _--


    immIMMMH
    mEMeNmmENmP


    W 1. I I. II.


    - j ,,1 4 t 1




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs