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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 10, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01632
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXVI. NO.. o4


GAINESVILLE, FIARIDA, SATIAil.lY. API'll, 1l. 19089


TE.N CENTS A


TEN CENTS A WEEK


MR. HILBURN WANTS


TOTAL PROHIBITION


n mCooty Reprsetatlve Proposs Amend.

nat to Article 190 t Coeftittio.


TALLAHASSEE. April 9. The fea-
ture of the session of the House
that proved of sufficient importance'
to attract the attention of the mem-
hers as If by magnetic force. came in
the shape of a Joint resolution Intro-
duced by M.r lllburn of Putnam. pro-
lpoing an amendme-nt to Article- 11
of Section I of the Constitulic n of
Florida. in order to wprmit the enact
ment of a law prohiiliting the ;sale
of Intoxicating beverages. in the, State
Although for on#e, and thte same oh-
iect this resolution is quite' different
ln metthod of lproceduren fronl the bill
introduced in the Senatl by I Mr
Bteard of E scani)ia \Wedne'sda'.y after
itnou in that it attacks the coir-titui
lI( n lior ian an;ietdlll'lliiiit while' %tl,'
It.:ird bill i.- birouighi t to pro1 :., ,( ...
..titutionialliy of the li cla.cu.,e oft ilr. ( ii-
'stititi lon providing fc tr loc:l ,optiioni in
Flor"lida The resolution a.- intirre
iei,'d redial and ri lerred I thil ( -)ll
lllilter 011 COc ll fittition ll .llla i | l;ll*llllt
T''hin will Itw tlhe flr-t Lnatter tlakink
tI1p by the (co')ll tt'it ,'. 'the pIer-4onii-1
,cf which ilha nIot et !i.been 11hladic pubIh-
)he h\ thle Sie.':aker
Proposed Amendment.
rTh. i l-nliition a. offered I\ thIe
e, i-l n'llnilt 'I,-illn I'litniii i.- a, follow ss


sale of liquors the better and wiser
plan.
The Hlouse wan called to order at 3
p mn by Speaker Farrls.
A message from the Governor trans-
mitting copies of the report of the
trustees of the Internal Improvendent
koard regarding the condition of the
State school fund was read. accepted
and ordered spread upon the journal.
A communication from the. (;over-
nor transmitting the' report of the
trustees of the State HReform School
was rtec'ithed and ordered spread ion
the journal
A commnunll ication fromn tIhe (4;\ernor
tran;L n- ittiii tlhe r.epo-rt oft the' crlii it
te-' app1ointe1ud to exIIaminef the ('laimils.
agai l',t th.e State owiliK to thell Ilndian
* ar ;i r-e 'i.ed landl ordlI reel
-I,'raid oi, the jmrnal
A ic)ullmim icati n frcn thei. Seer,'.
I;ar o,f tlh, Stat, tralll lllltiim .'v'\* ral
v'etoo, d act with the' I (;I \,eri'or n .eto
nel..-.age- the, rIim % wa, r.-c %ikel ;andl
orler, d ipr:ad ill thIe o' rural
House Resolutions.
i ,ii'e l{,i'.olhitioii No 7. hli Mr
tC rii. |pre ;i!eI It it I he IIi' 1-. i ,r ii Ii.
re,'c iiired with Ilhe a'.'i- tancel of tIllh
aC ,'t. c,. to mail c( ie -, of thl. j,i..rnla!
daily to such I'ople as th,. i11 nihTrs
Sf ti,. lliie, italy de'-ig iat,


"* !' it ,I ,.l Iched ,\ ht I, ,e il.ture T1"i. re..',olution v.a-, olp ise d by Mr
of thl. State of Fiorida That Arliicle ';arter I di, t wat to po.e a. a
XIX of tlh, C' o-titutlion of the Stale watc'hdoi: for thle trea.lir'r. hi t-.eid
of Floiulab ti1- andiI tIhe I .anle i- i ,her'.h b,1mt I sai t lih t tlihose TIln-iiin ers de,'.iir
;tullendiedl a- to nei l ai- tiollw. II1m tt -e'tld ite JuIrall back hotne' to
Aitiche XIX I 'etS-i1 1i Il TI na inldtiup ithefouI datieon for r-el.eIctii
l.i. 'titur'e :cnid -a;i '. Ir O h.r li' poI -aol iof l,|-rfornll his i. rie' at lltheir own xii
il Ilnt tli)\ .t'll lilti .I d In ,.Tr.le, g I, lt \% l .rday lot w r. anx-
Ate',thi .r .pi ti (lorthmlt- 1 or Il t lo )sl- I Io ,.ei ncl tii/z' b 1. c 11ti 11; downia tIu,
te he rh h\ fo re ,Ir prohil[iltelid ili th llinUln b r of clerk.s for the' conln litter'',,
St:11' of Floet Ihi ,\ce. :; ;il i ,* eId 11i' h l -e t, lnt ti i, tli'c hi.ii i';il .~\< lcio 1.1 th li r'e-olution w :I- : i e r
S rpoe e -- t)ii' -.4i li 11 i i ,1 'i l reeIl


SENATE HOLDS SORT THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
SESSION ON THURSDAY THOUSANDS OF WOMEN


BEARD RESOLUTION AS TO SEN.
ATORS' ELIGIBILITY FEATURE.


Senators McCreary of Alachua and
Williams of Levy Intrduce
several *ills.


TAI,AlIASSEE. April 9.-Resolu-
tlons introduced by Senator Heard of
Pensacola, attacking theta eligibility of
Senator Ioui C. lMassey of Orlando
and of Senator S. N Withers of Iady
lake. prot ided the feature for the Se.n-
ate se sion )e.terda>
The resolutions were referred to the
committee on privileges and elections.
It is claimed that Mir .Maseyv In an
attorney for the State Railroad C(om-
niis.:-ioi. and that %Ir. Withers in a
land agent for the Intterntal lmpro\e-
ii li't F lund tru.teet.. and ) intlligible'
unde r the' constitutioJn.
An uinuual bill was that ilntrodtuc-d
by Senator Williams of ('edar Ke.%
which makes it a mi delai.n.iior for Inei
groe to attend white gatherings or
I(*'e %,r- Se.; 'r\a lit and officers of
tlih law arte exelipt.d.
Routine Proceedings.
The Senate' was called to order at
I,, or'clw'k Ioll crill saihowed thirt.
pre'--out I'r.tiTr w~a- offered l.\ the
. hap|la:in
lie*olution No. 11 .%las.-y Amend
rile's to make aft eroon i eslon t ,
iin at 4 (e litwk ado|,te.d.
NeSw bills were introduced as fol
l No. 2-; biy Harris of Key West -
C'r-eating State board of ip'nsions. To
Iteo'11!i, i e('crlilin tte''
No ."',. hy l.eA~,'ett For relief of
ltpiards of public instruction iii cer
t.iil el, n t .Itidiliar. It
No .."* ,%' I ,nelr.-T n { ielatinuiL toe
(Ira; ii g o( jurorer- Iir c'lrliit coulrt.-
Imlic i.tr A
No .:,. Ib .M(.'rear) 'latilini to
*.ir lii .e'icllour' to 11u lint or ti-h

N :1. 1i Mi (t'r .irt To o unistil
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PFTITITNING Ir.nNfRFI


a,% F vvAlva w


led Ih osiery ad k

ITar EL.

men and children. The charge i
made by men thorouhly acqualaed
with the Intricaues of the trade, tha
this part of the ill cosrtitaus e
of the most unreasonable series of
advances In the whole easre. The
increase is heaviest oe the Leaper
radee-the ones the poor must s.
The class of stocklngs bought by the
rich valued at more than $6 per don.
en pairs, are In both te Dlngley law
and Payne bill under a 5& per cent
duty. That is. the socks of the poor
man lay h>5 per cent tax; those of the
rich nan-those illuminated olse
with the owpn-work effects-pay oly
.p. I Mr cent tax.
It In charged the hosiery manufati
turers needed no more protectkm. In
l!4)( the United States laported from
(Germany 8.016.000 worth of hosiery
and made $19.12.000 worth. The
imlport were then a little over a third
of the home product. In 1M8 we Im-
ported $6.645.000 worth of hoslery. ad
made $5().o000.000 worth. The imports
were a little over one-eighth the home
product. which. It Is being pointed
out. I. strikling llustratlon of the fact
the AnJerlea manufacturers are mot
lwin run out of business.
Yet the American manufacturers of
the New ngland district went before
the Ways and Means Committee, om-
plained that their present proteetle,
which averaged w per cent, wasu ot
sufflclent. demanded that the/ be
given 20 per cent more. They said
thee) were on the verge of ruin; the
(;Grmllan were driving them out of
husin9ess in the home markets. In con.
trat to thio s situation the Sgures show
4ivaericalr manufacturers are driving
the (;ermaiais out of our markets.
The nianufacturers also told the
'ommiiitite. that hosiery mills in this
countryr y are generally closed down or
wrkiing three or four days a week.


They Are Deey er




WASHINGTON. April 9.-The wo-
men of the nation have become more
interested in the Payne tariff bill than
perhaps any other piece of legislation
ever under consideration by Congress.
The hosiery and glove schedules. to
which over 1.iooo.00 women have pro-
tested by actually signing their names
to In'titions. Interests them particu-
larly They are alio aroused to a high
pitch of indignation at the prospect
of paying higher prices for millinery.
The tax on toilet articles In Increased
frnom .'1 t co w1l r cenit. as the women
will ind ,tout in a practical way soon
after the measure Is enacted into law
'Womien i are, inlte'reste'd in the price of
grw,''-rices alnil in children's clothing. all
of which will tbe nore exloens.ie when
the l'a~ lie law day getn around.
Man. I of the lIlarget KHelublican
in'ewspali'ro have dt'enolluced the in-
crease.-d dutllcn onl glot's and hosiery.
while' thli Iktemnocrats are putting up
a Hight for thle women never before
e quall edd
I'ltithionls sig.netd Iiy the women are
cclliiiKng into Washilngiton on ,every
train There' is more than a nile. of
w4mleii'n., s ignaltire-. attached to these
dilllini'nts iIlThe d.epliartmeni.t store. of
thel larKgr cities' of the' country have
placed le'titions ill their stores which
are- daily I t-in signe d by thousands
of sheloi-r.. F'ivce hundred thousand
wollllln -1igiie'd ls'litio(s itn Chicago in
Iont' wteek against the glove and ho*-
Io r. paragraaihs of the lane bill.
withini n a Ieriod of less than ten days
;a -inilar record was made iIn Ntew
York City Fromlll the llages. too.
are ('cllllllg lporo.le.
It lia:. take II t oolli0 m1111 for Ithe' real
lig:liti .lian c ofa tile P;% It' bill I o bei ltull 1
t11l11. r tr c Ml ill all 'e ticll of thei
coIlluiln It i.- I t biliev'ed here, that

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Pathetic aulale-al was made the mulll
were- all runninK g ith full force..


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I THE DAILY BUN: OAINW VILLE, FIPOIDA, APRIL 10, 1909


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L OMITLY IuLLO PAID S
OUNTY PATNERS.

W s Ptmiad Ia 0 y Jail
a Ones by lrasello HFre d



Teedm y. AprIl 4.
f eard of Coaty Commissllo
g m al diIay la i lar session.
J. 0. iDmper. ebarnmas; C.
B 0 o. P. Cm-m. J. W. may
ai I. TwwiN Th. etlg be.
s to rder. tao* minutes of Iat
wi g r er a amd or dre ap.
rWenL tthe foeowiag
woe nef:
71t B Wisage be paid as
SU; W. M. Teriy. guard.
Moe gm... Janitor. $".*J.
MOrew, supervisVr $S; Be Tek.
OC. o service. M; Mrs. Id
a fre Wise. $1; Beeos Good-
i:ah Sbe Jeinse $5. and
wlees 3, er support: C. C.
Pame warden, $1; Baker A
1igm. C ., $; T. L Boul.
wmee, $.1.; RIchar Ortrhn.
W.o; as t lorlwa Telephome
L :S: I. I tiams. rad work.
I S 0; W1mICtoa. road work.
L ; WMlsm lshle road work. 91;
C IlO r. rad supplies. $14.C1;
ra. road supplies. $4.le;
C. WilklinM. road supplies. 60
; N. 0. Matthews, road work.
i R. Z. WIlliams. road supplies.
ST. R. Waits, road services.
1U; C. A. Willams. road supplies.
A.; Iamce Willis. road work. $1..,:
A. Doke, rad supplies. tl~t.2; J.
Tewaead, road work. $2*0; C. I.
1. road work. $1.50: iL. M. Itates
services. $1.5C; Willie Terrial.
Work. $1.25; 8. H. Witen, ..
amyed at eoart houws. $24 ); II
eCreary prilUln. 7;.l17; A. ,.
erb smppllea. $3O.G: S. 8 Merch
S Co.. supplies. Itlfin; J. Mt
iforiddrugs. $10.15,; 1r. MlcKi
r, vices 2: Galnesville Hard-
Compamy. repairing. $1.25: Allen
Road work. 5 cents; Gaines-
Hardware Company. supplies.
9S; J. R. Peaster. services, $54.32;
.. I Dmpier. road work. $S5.95.
SWedaneday. April 7.
Boad met this day with all mem
preheat when the following bills
ordered paid: J. G. Dampler.
foad hands. $176; C. W. Summers.
Lhads. $30; O. P. Cannon. road
ands-. d:; J. W. May, road hands.
1i0; J. P. Townsend. road hands.
3M; Harry Dampler. road work. $;
C. W. Summers, road work. $20; H.
C. Parker, supplies. $4.14; 8. H.
WTiaes,. clerk, for minutes court.
N81.26; W. W. Colson. for preparing
perusmal property book. $50; P. U.
Ramsey. feeding prisoners. $247.60; PI
0. Ramsey. for costs special t, rm,
$M-.90; 0. P. Cannon. road sork
$20; J. W. May. road work. $2". J
O. Dampler. road work. $12; John
Thompson. road work, $2; W. D. IMck
lason. commissions. $1: ).o J. I).
Matbeaon. commimhlons. $44 42 W. M
Johnson. drurs. $4; II. II McC('ary
office supplies. $4.45; IDr J. It. ('ol-
son. proftssaloal wervicc.. $4. J C
Halls, statemnent, $12:; Irew Co, sup-
plies. $4.u; H ( Mason. exanmnligiK
lunatic. $21; Itaird Hardsare (Co
supplies. $2.70; K. C. MrMahanl wsrk
on vault. $4 10; G(; Colulpainy. $!. 1(i;
('Lty of (;alui.svllle. watbsr. $l1,:>,; W"
.. troou e lar. alar. $4, ,. T' \' ltt.
services. $,o. I" F Paulliti. rsaal
work $1 -". W II Kite' 's Itairal
Hardware Co uIlllIa. % ;*. II
Mrl, Grad)y mil.'aK.' (1a A It
Elmnore. haliff. $Il :, I A Slullllini
batll. *:. J. II iI~,.*,: a..'r(r .t. I
quet. $.; s .1 \ H I.. r .- i -> j it,
qu*lt. $7 sa
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WADNTfO FM IGET

11 PALATUIA ICERS

ALFRED RICHARDSON ARRESTED
FRIDAY IY SHERIFP RAMNr Y.

Wils @e Taken to Gem City Today. as
sheriff Has een 4Notifod


of the Arrest.


Alfred Richardson. col,)red. was y.ve
terday arrested by Sheriff Ram.-ey o,
a charge of forgery, the %arrant ha%
Ing been sworn out by the Putnam
county authorities.
! It seems that Rkchardson got hlo
accounts tangled while he was' engag-
e a In the Gem City In flnlshing up
a contract there on the Kranollthic
sidewalkI. and It Is alleged that he
also gave several orders that were "no
good" when presented for payment.
The authorities have been notified
and are expected to arrive here today
for the man. when be will be taken
back to Palatka and tried upon the
charge.
Richardson is a Galnesville darkey
and has always been spoken well of.
and some of the white people are In-
clined to the belief that the charge
will amount to very little.


Will Make Change.


N. Franclsco. the fruit man, will
*ii inaugurat,- a noiw systedmI during the
COO coming sumninTir In order to take car.
PHONEI tVEN. of the IN-oplle in the fruit line Iir-
lproltses to Install a rerfrigerator tc -s-
'-- ti'm a1nd will ahaodll.e ('aloaforlia fruit
ML li RNlIN WAN0S "ll during the i siisrnr'r in cor lht. hul-
1IlnK lisi Iriill llrtdir 'l firo i ti. Kgrower.
TOTAL PROilIlRMI N 'Wth th- a-.i.-ltaU'e o the lh, iulllic hte
a s that ha' ~ill fturniili ;a s-r ic, -


(Continued from Page One.)


tl.:;t it % a th, rn.!- t pr ** slons of the- I'Agl.-lature.
Mr ('artr then alnllnoul: Id lthat Ii
had sevtcral bills to Introluce. lin t liat
he would lin t iitrodi1*' thl Ii uiil!l aI ,
colnmilttl'es wtrTe' niolelUim u ,'t(. ill iTrli I
that lhe hil:. ...a. ., i to Ill
right coinniilltet e for c('oiride'ration.
The report of the coliiniltt.e' on
ruleb was niade by Mr Knowhl.s of
Monroe. The report was adopted and
200 copies were ordered printed. the
reading of the report being dispensed
with.
The rules are practically the sanile
as those adopted at the session of
l.07.
The judiciary committee is divided
into two divisions-A and It. There
have been created four new commit
tees, banks and loans. insurance. cities
and towns and county organization
The order of business is slightly
changed.
The House adjourned late In the af-
ternoon. *

MIAC KILLS WOMAN. THEI
BLEW OFF IIS HAD

(Continued from Page One.)

from th'e tabhl. oni wlich he hh.d ,alii1
ly Ialae'd It and bl.-w off II hI,.Ir.
XI r s, Minion. ILI Il iiK lli l
alMnut had rc.tuntio d to tlic. <-,i.Ih jii .-
asI Andersoni h;iadhll a P x i 1 f1I I
across it 'o tiu fact that h,. f.ll
on thllt ) >lldiigK ui facct i iliult. Ith
failure' of Ih t illNial,. trI.la id toI hi
Inraoti to i xp "l id' T h T e a wI rt, homliei
imada .aff.ii. aiid it i hIh.i i l -l w< i.i
s Ture t l ii S i owl d atli 111 (.i,. OI l ;is
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I ,'oi tly v .orr .- t I. rn...r;, trm, ilo .. -tini
ula ts. tht- klltiutvs. aid r.-t-il. ,
str.'ngth ;ald \(Jig r. It ('ur..s Wt i' at i'i
troublsl lo s. r lagthcuiii. tI h.,' 'u. ;lir' -
w) they will strain out I h u. t;r :(.l
that o''ttl, s In the niuscles and joint.
causiIng rh. ii.:.allsin. J. WV. .M(\Collhl.i
& Co.
Destroyed by Fire.
The Jonesville church. which h:i-
Leen the ceine of aianyl a pleasantt
gathering. I now no nlort., it haillut
Itben. d'estro\ ed by fire W\',dll'iday
night It Is thought to haie caught
from the burning woods which have
been raging there for a number of
days. It is. supllosed that the gIton
people of that section will at onci.
niake preplaraiiom- to rebuild the -triu
true.

during the spriig ev r)on I)" Im~' ett'lit l ta lk ta ing ole ') s Kidlir'
tioell 'dv. It furnil-to '- a iis-,,i'd lit l t (oic
to the killia s after fthi- xtira .str.iat
of inter, .a .1 it purifieis the lhotl to,
eleniituate' thin' t piutit i's from It
Folt)' a Kidititi i 'llii i I iii,;rts ti.\
life and viKgor. 'l-.t Lu take. J
W. .MtCollkli & ('o

Rivers Returns from McClenny.
State .lA I,. litl i- I ;l Ir ait
Thur.la.' frusia. M 1Il I 11 la ll t.ik. t
CO ullilI \ ,' h o ll I L -' \ ll 4 Ilir e ttl |11l-1
)f dll#. nl iili Ill l I,. k l.lili s l r i lg to i i
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Bush & Safford---The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST

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ALedrew
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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

N. W .ittlefteld. a former resident
of Oaine'svllle. was anong the visitors
to the city yesterday.
Chas. Ellls employee, the only tall
or in town who can make the proimwr
alterations on clothing.
Plank's Chill Tonic ls guaranteed to
cre chills, fever colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Bold by W. M. Jotnson.
tSee (has. EllIs before you hiv
your summer sults he can sa..e you
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FOR CONSTIPATION lMISS DUREE GAINS

INPNO CON
A M dci. That Doss Not Aeot mt
It MISS ELLIS STILL LEADS

If vyou uffRr fromni couiitllation In # VOT .
any form whate-t, r. acute' or chronic. -
se- sill uarantie-. to supply) ~-,u m.dli A Trnmendous Vote Was Polled
cine that ill sur-ly effect a cure It
take-n with regularity and according to Pn Ctt A n r
dir-ections for a reasonable length of Intereat Increasng.
time Should the. medicine fall to
li-tni-ft i ou to ) your ntitire- atlisfactilon
we. promise that It shall coslt vro nouth i didates i t '' n
in rand datdl,


.... ,arae at W. .zain rS. No other re-medy can et' (compared
State's Attorney J. M. Ri.e-rs was with Rexall (rde-rlle for the. *eat.,
among the passengerT to Starke yes. pleasant and successful treatment of
terday. hating busih.-ss with Judge- contmtlpaton. The- active medicinal
Willm Ingreidient of this remedy which is
Itaxter Morrison. an employee of the "dorless. taste-less and colorless. Is an
A. C. L. railway, was in the city yes- entirely new discovery. Combined with
terday on a visit to his friend. Dr. J. other extremely valuable Ingredients.
H. Alderman. it forms a preparation which is Incom-
W. A. Edwards. architect of the arabhle as a perfect bowel regulator.
1lniverlity buildings, who has been nltes'tinal Invigorator and strength-
here for the past two day Ilft yes- en'r Rlexall Orderlies are- notable
terday for his home for their agreeableness to the palate'
W. R. tkrt. of the Cummr um d gentlenesst of action. They do
Wr Coming, left sterd for J not cause' griping or any disagr.eeable
r om n. left trda fr Jack- ffct or lcon'tnce. and mayv bn
mouville. where he goe-' on business
conne.red with this company. taken at any time. day or night.
Se' Iparticularly rec--onmmenld Rexall
RHad the sPlcilal Saturday ainnounle- Orderli.es for childrenn. d.llcate- or
me'nlt of the- (; W HI.ded. (',C in thi agelld l'rsons)I because they- do not
issue.. This firm will offer som.- re':l coetail anithiill that -mIuld l."Issilil
mon -..ysavinlg Ilrgainl t.Nla.v and to i,,j,,r, 111,. ,( ,|..d ,.a,, organism
ninfe'-savihng lmrgaIln., catiicito injure -th- wmiot dele-iat e organ isni
h gilt The-. ;.r,- Just a-s ,a-. to take- ;Ia can-
A II ltiar1 e. tlhe. i .iali o iaI a f fIt land nilikk- other pre-parations for
I-lckoin'. lle I i- (le:ielt ill. \,'6- ;a like pumIIi .-e thei-.\ dio notct cre.ate.
i.-r(da;. io11 rount- t ( lii- hliow li, i* i- lhai iit. hIt i lnst-ai l t(he-, i\. rco, ie. tihe-
oil the- roadl a r,.--it cda.l and alert?- ,l e ti.of ha l iti- ;iace-lir. d thr lMih lhi
ilhat >l.in '-- ~ .4.- Ie' e r hpe it I iI--.. ,f rliiinar\ l.\,ati <. e :ilh:rti c-
Itlitii-" '..-1 l -a\. afttr liin -r" and h;ir-ih lhti -c .111 |andl rin.ii tiil\ re-
I',nI l ,li-\iOin -alloi l.i\, r tiwed- %akinii:g i .iul;ir Ii lI a lio ll
1, Itha '.n I t. uiil,.t- cur- li iltion- at *'. w;nti( \ Ul i Ir\ It I \aill (II ,I loi -
';neck- -'* e-lnt at ;il\ dIriu! -i r it tiii i i-k \V-' kiipw t hat t there i-
S, h ll t lh ll w i]ll oI4 1 \n li oll>. I I1 1 d e o. I
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.i>JjiiK .-p.ir<,. furnw-rly occupied
i; \ l' I-. lA ruiailde city vkat. r. l-e,-c
Stric Ihlt -, e .-tragK,. hiatlh. alnd all
t lciri. en,|la* e-tlalim- .\Applil ti Mr-.
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laorian Ellis. city. .1 5.9>.
llh'ssi Ihapree. cit% I.%49 .:tleI
Catherine' ilallh.i cit 1.29%,7.'
Florril Strickland 6.. 6.iso
1M Daughtrey. city .'2.! .',
.Mar% McCo'rnik. city 121.;7.,
Nannie Ickinson. city. .8.T7:,
Alma Fennell. city ...... N.:,.As
Mabel Sanchez. city ... :',:,
Julia Carter. cit ....... ; o.o:.
A. Groff. Newbrry..... 39.060
A Strickland. Waldo .14.42.
Jestwie Evans. city. :4.2.31
KFtelleh Heal. city.. ::t.No
Emma Hudson. city .. 6.2 .4
Annie Ih-ville .......... 22.860
Elvena Staf Waldo..... 22.5:,4
I Ware. High Springs ....
(;oldie I.amnibrt. city.... 6.170
Llule Sheppard. Bell... 6.005
K. Carlton. Micanopy... 6.5590
A. W Sargentil......... 4.:.7.
M Fernaudez. city..... 4.25
M.ary Thilpin. city ...... 3.50
I. Sanders. IHawthorn... 3.4'0O
Huyli Albright ......... 3.100


Medal to Be Given.
T1i tr. ;.iine ille- .lin C('lu ha: had
I'F o, 1110 i d e11 It\I t a'I i% K I eI II lt Hi:i4elld
- 1e 1i : .C 11 I aII ;.ll. Ii ch ll lll l h.-I t. a f rl
ci the iit m illi. t ImkinIt: the- ie't I a'i er
tI. 111 i a1:11 .li. 111 i i t l I t tohe sh i t t
-he. I1lde-l iii t IIr tuiIre- ler l e- r trlIi i
t-riIl ShIixitiis:I foir thi- ti-i.dal o ill
cioiti t t I .I 1,, iit \t Th'li ril:ia aillnd ill
cii1iitt lilt i i lz .il' I \ r\ T"'%i '.iir l.iL ofi
111, 4 -, ,nlI .IIIIl flourthl t w.. I of thli
I In,!11,I 'I ,, 1. 4m\l,h
moniothI T< irieadl i .1 liha onr
-e |itL i:40ll loi k t .Iit 1 .l is eil t I .1 w;t4 i 1 i
!alo .wuinl i.i '- -rt\ e il thl r'ni f ti-a fill
lic\' n II I- ripliln I're-,. .it l ItI
i;.# I 4I.1, eI tl;un ('l lh EI\ '. 1 I{ il t
It I II : -a k -lall hlhl l'- 'i
All II Ild1iti 1na Il lrIz,' o f a I a ,rii,,t i i *14g i- t toe- akI'11 e- ha 1. .1 Itl rkhiini
Tihi- wIill |iro ailh% hi pui, t l io i ls a, a m'
lnld prize- a;ind still otlh r lrizrie .4. a.ile Ai IA l l i- arilous ii rc .hall.t- l
'I.e T i \

Electric Theatre Tonight.


7b b pfe eo k m .be fe ~e FwOw
""e.. -ms"' wed& Pki-wro
&game., by a*ube~oo bee
am- Ob"0Ame o t egg f #b e& & d -
wkbo teulirekbermetosabe .w hod*#&
*me a" Offewb repeorur

All woinen are invited to p-a si Dr. P1.,. by latter free.
sormpends1e. hd ldad. Adihmm^'W
HedicelA Amiowt.R. f.V. Pier.M. D P -'- At- 0I.-14.
Dan. Fusses Gesa? PGvTF Dci..D Ios he P.uphso, Sm
Medical Adviser, ""my reIgosed upaetsat inesa-I pai. amusesin
Pktn 1"N.10111% hints ofdel~pc!te questlemwhe b eev"T wemmis, u& r m~
oIng to know abowt. Sew Ifr",in phi. a ia pWso "I & V GO
21 one-ownsusm to seuver wmeini oW* e or im bindi nr Ow1I um*&


Rnod meing Repaired.
The North Galnesville rock road Is
being regraded and made-over, which
is an annual occurrence by the people
of that enterprising suburb. Every
spring they plow the road bed and re-
grade it. which, when properly rolled.
xr'.atly Improves the thoroughfare.
With just a little more rock placed
with the sand it would be in nrst-class
condition

Don't think that piles can't be cur-
ed. Thousands of obstinate canse
have twevn cured bh Ikoan'c Ointment.
.to cents at any drug store.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.

Notice kI htre-hy glvten that e-. the
tia.dlrsignwld. lIitend to, aI'ly to the
;ti,\rnoir ,lf the State of Florida for
lett<-r- ';atte-nt Ilo In' tisue-d to the Flor-
ida The-lllhone (t'conimi;ln a prolo)s'd
corlolratimo under Ihe' Iaws of the-
State of Florida. of which comnlany
the follow ilIg shall ix- the Articles of
I incorporat ion
This notice is give-n pursuant to the
reiquire-nmnt'll to f th Stat. of Florida.
and the- Arti 1l-s cof luieurlorationh haue-
hwo- llile d w-tii S<-cretar) of State. and
are Kit'gien IHIl .
W.M i T'TECKERIT.
( (' (VOYI.E.
A E. V(OYI..

Aritic. I Th.- iatne- of the c lion -ihall Ie- F lirida Tr-elephone- ('oni
|iaii aiid il- principal j i llm oif husil
i"--'. -.hall ( n ( 1 ain.-r ill'-. Alachua
comiint%. Florida. but iit m i.i. ,-talish
41ffi 4-s ;tiid a;il i'l'r* at other iplace't
within tilhe State, of F1li hdah
Artilc II -ThI- ge-ine-ral nature of
fi h luilsin,'it shall IN': To olwprate tele-
phonliie lines fromln r Iroknkvlle to,
('ronom. \We-l.ster. ('Ctitre- Hilil and Ie'ws-
Imhrg IIl Il lrnlando. Slliter and Liake
coutiiii.s fromi Itrooksvillh, to ITrlllh
:and lkii, ('it in liertiando and Pasce
ccutlities. its I iigth alioltt Coi m lle
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1M r I\\ II' w 11 li.Ii%;I t w it i11 an, II IT ," I ,(It ~lUN -"4
lie-riinda. Citrus. Ilill laro. I'asm-o
kc : .i:Il til r .ll0,rli* l ., olk. Voilusia. hMarlton. S lil.ter. lake
'* w .li .i .i ti h-:I- tr, l n d ;IN r.llang .nltllitii .-. to owI i (oi -rate
I .1iti, 1n,.hit M11r I la I 4- o,I 4, i, .e ;a1il re 'it teIle-hone. and tel,.
lIe:, n. -l 1 ---Iti l plai llain l alll, i.11 I ;.'g-. to ow ,Ai. eqim rate'.
hi. ,li t I Iv lti ;ind re III te-Ie-I.Ih ,l liiin'. and toI
tt i .l li a111 aid all kind-, of electrical
S ill. I h II1 I' t 1ff 1 1 il til. L It .e,,,t : ,.1 ,; i ia. id this -Eorplaraa
f1 ,, 1 1. I.\ 11111 ', I tin .t, li ll li.i\,I Io w r e, iie.; rall toI, dco
I. I 1ti k. t -t I ii I. t .i I. i t I .t; l I l e r!o ii r lm Ioldlh ac(ltiire- ac idl
i i n .iall Itti, i i rp l r \I I l.we--r alla
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A B a:)y Showv in C ancsv ille 1\r : 11 "I h 1 *1 ,, :',' ,, 11h ,,l'i
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ed by the stockholders at a meeot
to be held oa the IArt Moe-ay t
May. 110. and aaaually thereafter.
The Roard of Directors shall elect t
others of the company; the preeldet
and vice-presdent shall be elelt
hfon among the Board f D Irectf
Until t he Art electikr, and NL
their succeasors shall b e IqaH the
following ozJeers and directors sa
conduct the bulsness of the eamp-y:
W. R. Stekert. President; C. C. Voyra,
Vice-Preident; A. Voyle. Seela tar
and Treasurer. ad W. I. Stec C.
C. Voyle. and A. B. Voyle shall F.-
stltute the frst Board of Directors.
Article VI-The highest ladebted
ness or liability to which this corporal
tion can at any time subject itself i
twenty-fve tbousand dollar.
Article VII--The names ad real-
dences of the Incorporators of maid
corporation, and the eubecribers for
stock thereof, with the number of
shares subscribed by each, are as fol-
lows:
Wm. R. Rteokert. Gainesville, ta..
46to hares.
('. C. Voyle. Gainesville, Pla.. 20
shares
A. E. V'oyle. Galnesville. Fla. 2
shares.
State of Flrida.
County of Alaebl.
Personally appeared before me. a
Notary Public for the State of Florida
at large. W. R. Steckert. C. C. Voyle
and A. E. Voyl.'. to me well known and
known to me to be the persons who
isubhriled the foregolng, and several-
ly acknowled-e*d before me that they
suhacribed the same.
1n witnltes whereof. I have hereunto
*e.t niv hand and affied my oficfal
real this Ith day of March, 199.
G0). R. EVANS.
Notary Public State of Florida at
Large My commission expires Aug.
II. 1911.
State of Florida. )
County of Alachua (
Itefore me. the undersalned autbor-
ity. Hperonally appeared W. R. Steek
ert. C. Voyle and A. Voyle. who
being first duly sworn. say that It Is
intended in good faith to constrct.
maintain and operate the telephone
lines meiintlonled therein.
WM. R. STECKERT,
C (. VOYLK.
A. E. VOYLK.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
thia 10th day of March. A. D. 190.
GOK. B. EVAN8.
Notary Public State of Florida at
l.arr'. My connisismlon expires Aug.
II. 1911.


<; IT IN TO()UCH

WITH


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AiInournces lte Opc:ing of Its--



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Dut soo ttak a eei" lduSOWit the
lthe f *** wo ole.i a hr IuL iW ---besI
WITHI f very Ndale i H good iste. For wwiht halh
ove lse its Ietr d gold w s ut dres.
Womaly hear-h whe Ist or impi-- ed ma ^be-
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tah 'e epbay adentimla elcthon two
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M ie tlwely.i Cole. learns llM oillat
~a fmch tr a abnthqvt.

'Ib r hp e a es sItay: "lTie 'on.t
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M wdry"' edition In me due mbhaounte
t be ehd ed m the a3rd dRi of l adt

W W is In reality to decide tbe quesv
With whe er tipal ltlcti of thawo

malmy prefer saloons to Columbia Col-


The Morning News Is a new publiI
eati benlag issued by the Capital
PuL bshIng Company at -Tallahasee
ith T. J. Appleyard and Alice T. Apl
pleoyrd editor and local editor. re-
spctively. Col. Appleyard In also at-
teldlng to the rather arduous duties.
at State printer.

February. which Is considered ono.


TAFT AND THa TARIFF.


If the revislo of the tarl turns eat
to be a Basso, heb ro ability will w
be laid at the door of President Taft
At least he will be blamed by the Itn
surge t Republicans and the Demo
cyrts. says a Washinton corrrepond-
ent.
Their position is that the Payn hill.
now being denounced from one end of
tI:e 'ot:ntr) to to;, otie o. i o aill
*'.e hatildlwork of thf- ('sinnt 'n I tail.ll
\lcirI h co;ttige'nt fl"orm'-i lu K hat
lhePs life-long anti-re. i ionivstp
would do. the insurlc,,its and IkNmo-


cummavT COmmaNT.


The New York 'ribune says: "The
t ltinnint of this month marked a n*e
and better era In (eorlla. with the
Inhuman convict lease i. stem abollh-
ed The' result will tw. the' opening of
shout I .,4*, lilac.r for free' labor in
"tead of felon 'slar the employment
of the, convilt.r on the r oads and other
piulhic iorkr. annd vn tninr -i-ur:lrhh
L.loll ill h)11 llt;lll It 0 *1. \ *1 >1 .)1-

The' 'li'hi'ais Itef civrl i ra.ld -; a
M. r Ilh rrlnimal iii-n t', that he ;-ial|
his ;-;i- '- ;tte'. ;are anxiocii to cle'\ tIl'-


c(Iata 'cd eavored at the. o-l'nlinl of lao.*- a:'d h'I dtie .clacre. thit hIe I.- lint
the special sesolon to lult ti hc- nie'n. :i gr"\ t tht. Ie'o.le sho h;ia\e h i-e llr
together itbthe t rule-s t hlih enable- 'ults aiaiti .t hii r;ailr,:td- for eiol;i
them to control all lelgislatlon. out of Viol""- *r th'. it* r-t:s.- ,nimi re, ;1,
business for \,r All x,*n'l I," sl, -holld join Iln tgo
The insurgents and ll11t'm rat.. it *ril re' J ii( 1 ee er the- fat thlt %Ir
Is twh ing recalled, lre.di,. tetd l t I ll.rri .;iin i- i'tl I ro'. k-k'd l* c.,i-.,.'. (if
real% .o-cturriln I .h...% .roli.e-.i.. r-lll ,,rcarrinl. r h,.. ir-ph, d
t annon and his frl ind i li :ic h in-I t to eted e'ial lre il''e to
cludes Payne and Foidne .. sould hirn
nTh., itai n ,re .'s1it1s iN-1n1 i, ;I'
winrl in. and then byv the manlull jI r-
tion of their rule. force on the- Iublic 'urvi id t Taft alr i dt has x hi.ite-d
a tariff bill that would I.t .. ro oradmibl ti And on
whelmingly in f'or (of th truit, hand 1. heard the- e-xlPressPionl Mr Taft
i swhmo much like G(rme'r (Cirte'land.'
that It would cau~e the.. eoiItrr t i I
sitind up and shout Its disapllroral I sho, -- the' sani. br atidne's- ,f c ie..
Sthe' an i! :iref,.l de'lilerntitti th,'
The insurKgnts wa'nts.d (' Caniinnn a!il.
his followers out of tbe way so the.v j;sa'- Iii.l (cii(lc-liic i ,f t d h ciiit
c ,f hi.- ur, a.t cffth tlh' >'lice.' (d!. ;;n
could secure tihe kind of t.aiff I.I ofi lcr-at o t w d it
ion Ir -mniied l>% the -' {epit' lie Ii :'ri l n 1.i d t .ranc.e d Ia m .t '. et it
i'f% ;a d fir":; # i, Iuri t o F'or It i-
I h n i n u r ,. li t .- l i :, I )1 i p w i i l 1 i* : t T f. r i c r, t
(o rat" to lring .;b) tl im n. -t r. s i-i<',. s :1 .
,'i-'di r :1 i !i : ; !l I! I |hI h .1-*
Pre -s.di. t Taft in.ii.-ti l **Id it i t. i -h. ,1 t4 .r .,k, i- I 'i : :, ,:I ,--
'arlff should I-e I.t it i 11t,. 4- .tr ,t o k.
t i Itle' i !i .1 o'e lii >1. ;i r iltij 'ctl I'*-
tht old rou d It I; I. ulnti I as t o.1" I 1 i
' old 'rjeat it Ita hi;s t ati.at i i n u, iu: .ta :ilk like' a r-wk .fir :m idI in
.I, thesrat it v i uld i tt ii u ,r aidl-. In i a -ingle' niontht the' cuniitr.
ha. ctoiiI.- I re.-.liazi full. tiat Mr Taft
of ('lar:n. and th- ,tld rl.- Ihatl ..i i t rilt e fc lc i r Ii.. t
.ed t..k i do t T I' : ,i th,,t f thi VHTit .
e'd t.; i i..i d'...t "": .. Ih tu.,.t hut tlh i it Ir Taft Al h i-
. i ('tNtell<' d,. lie tould I,, ganiime an't i e, t "
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S tai.d A illIm 4 I,, .-h',u l,e r thi i. I( .
bilit for It.. ... :., i : n an 11- l I < 1
in control oif i4 utt '*i.al l, gi.il;.tni
l'aving mad, thei Iii.-i-ke, of scup
portingq niini who tiiile !ad a; trii hal;\"
pro\ .'-n their intflli.-- II ito r ,l.,
for the na'!ion. P. 'i id'..t T.l; I i.i.
Ing a belated effort to secure' r-.\i-i c,
alonK theh liesx de.sire'd bv th le' i>i'
g qe'Wr.!Ilv. d'thil it Kh i s t.ih i,
not questioned iII these effort-. hi-


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#t r'iiel m ni i aI ii I % it ti
th it-I i %e I:.lic i .un j -i Ia I(,!-. v.a
rainstt .41 teo) (ii-' c411-1 a I*. t.a-l ;!.I l


he ~ ~ 114 tll !Id.'ct v e e r haeel
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Sthe most disagreeable umouth0 ot working method r are such that it Is;,'. II, I ,Iilt r,, h !
th winter season was exceptionally not btwlieid i.. w.rll ti. ducce,...efl. h.,lh*.ni. ,'ci utilfie irel- t thr.
plod In Florida this year. The le'r- Although nlore thian ollne illi,. i er I h '
eoeatge of posalble sunshine, as re- sonu have sigKled lietiti- prolt-ftlil:
corded at the regular Weather bureau against Increased duties oni ce'rtai -
tatUons, were as follows: Jackson- alrtcls. Iarticularly gtl, .es anld stok I II I- a N w 13
vllt. 71; Jupiter. 61; and Tampa. 2 ing.e. Pr-sident Taft ha. ,not asked th. b it M M IwO Tl. L
per cent. PFr te State, there was an Houe leaders to alter these particu-
average of 18 cear days. seve partly lar features of the Payne bill. i,' Kidney trouble preys upon the mind.
elody days, and three cloudy days. tells his visitors that he is workigu discourageandleca uiumli titn; beauty,
for revlsion of the kind desired by the' n ~ 'iKor nd cherful.
The social world ha watcld with people but that he will not ask Con- s when th kidsucyare
much Interes the movement of the gress to reduce any particular rate. ut of order or dia
*w Mistress of the Whitel House. and tie Is willing to deal in iserallitle. KidithL
a general oplale prevailed. In Wash- but not lgures. eidne truM le
become so prevalent
anglo at least, that Mrs. Taft would While this method may b good dl that it is not uom-
tlstitute many radical changes. Those plomacy under ordinary circum.r- mos for a child to be
born a pcted with
who knew her best In her official life dances. in a tariff war it does not ek kictners.d Fth
It the Philippines and In Washington make much headway for theon childuntestoooftenk kithnee slthd
le l foretd what oild bfo child arinatestoooften, if the urine scalds
early foretold what would happen- summer. eneraltlie fall on the pIHolti- the flesh. or if, when thechildreachesan
the taking upon her shoulders the full ,clan like water on a duck's back. age when it should he able to control the
responsibility of the social side of MSr President Taft said on.t reason h.l passage, it is yet afflicted with ted-wet-
Taft's administration as President u.rte annoi i the r tirn. depend upon it, the cause of the diffi-
uppl)orted Cannonll ald th,, old rlle,. culty is kidney trouble, and the first
n r r as that he alltecd tno, de'tl;t Y'et It step should be towards the treatment of
Under tbe regllde of the formutr K'
tnder he reg was ('a n aoad the' old rule that thee nimportantorgans. This unleasant
tie chatelaine of the While House was ress f trouble is due to a diseased cndlton of
there was a social lecretar)> ho wa r-r ati ut the kidneysand 1.,ldelcr and not to a
shared in all social pleasures as well hole of last weik Th T i-im's i at habit as mobt !jojile siuppowc.
Serm dtela ed tlhe tariff iirow-u.,lll I, i.\ (.- ,% oen as well as nlmn are tade nmidcr-
as attended to the clerical duties o In spite of Pre'ident Taft,, --t. t ale ith kidnelv and llaldkr trouble,
the poiltlon. Hut Mrs. Taft has lu- and oiioth ti l l edl thisae great remedy.
formed the social world that she doe's The TlI ani the iatinelat. effect of
not expect recognition of her secretary. ted 4tat es ar losi Sg $( ei11i ,e-., % r r' wmp.-Root its.,n rcalcUd. It l sold
to f erf t r, davy hlich itt l se' Ih-for the. t1.1 tariff by druggKit.s. ii tif \
that she is engaged to perform the du la I. i u u In) the state' mks. cent s il one-l,..ir
ties of a clerk and that she will not sie bottle. Y.',u tI .Iv
appear at all In the social lists of the have a saminle Ix ttle -
Whtbi House. For this politlon Mrs. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by mail free. alo, a
pamphlet tcllinm all
Taft has selected a young woniani, a 1y local allli'atillio. as the\ (i ,hut sw ini-ioot, l ...
Geriana bI) birth, of gentle parenitaKge llnot reach Ithe. dilcsa;l.--el Irtlim of th l. including uanyv ,of tlhethou.saildciof trsti-
who speakL and write- t;eriirian fnue.nt c-ar The-re Is eulh oni w ;a\ toe curer moimal Ictt'rt recv.evol friin s utlerirs
ly.as ellasr renich and Spilauiih .i.l deafnte, s and that I.t hv cit('ll itltinail l 1ho folnd S. amaIl. I ti o ju t the,
.rem r inc.l\ lio srrd In writn Dr .!l-1 r
EnKli.'h of courtser so that. I i rosIe1 r.iei dl .. I tf, .-. i l ,i a l Biil a tsts N 'V I" tre a Il
her clerk. tlhie 'rl.- ld.iie i % %ie % ill ifla.iie-l eoliedi ci i e ii- n i uictii this i-.a- r nlii't nie. e'v.
t. ahlo to alddre-ff he. r i *oiiiii uia il h t II tK oIf ilt-i t ii ui \ i iii li- but re. lilte iix r tthe ant .-ir, l
t- -o or- rs .. t .. B Lhtuton, N. Y., on c..cr.y .ttlc.


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THE DAILY SUnM: 14AINKS4VILLY. FLORIDA, APRIL 101. 11110


UNIVERSITY WORK

SOON TO COMMENCE

NUMBER OF CONTRACTORS HAVE
FIGURED ON PLANS.

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Readmaster R. L. Robarison Meetang
Well at Hospital. However.
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THE EPISCOPAL BAZAAR.


IMany Delccacies to Be Offered the
Public at Sale Today.
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ill t ,'t '. rt.t" 1lI. I.It h % I I l fll r i
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iialinlr tlh,- ltir. tcharg'e o4t fIt \\W Wi
Inaill''- ;uilt I- tit a't iiig wA it ) : lila rail
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ot'f Iiixl; th, ti:il |'rei are'lr t 11.tti1aii

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PRAISES CUTICURA
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Daughter's Head Encrusted with
Dandruff-Feared sheWouid Lose
her Hair-Many Treatments were
Futile- Baby had Milk-Crust.

BOTH CHILDREN CURED
BY FAMOUS REMEDIES

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Woman's Beaty.

Some women retain their beauty to an advanced
age. Put woii mn, who regularly endure pain, age
rapidly, for 5suit'uring leaves its lasting marks on
tlh'lm..
Nearly r ll women mnffer more or lem with some
form of f','l:ilp troublle. It should not he neglected.
Avoid t)le plain-- tr eat yourself at home by taking
Canlui, at,, tlliou-'.:Ads of other women have donu.
l egiu at o nc.' and give Cardui a fair trial.




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S~rTs. Ti' Tn::r!i-on. Goreville, Ill., tried Caralu and write':
q"T q : i.. t. 1i ly I h.gan to take Cardui, and ioon began to
f in '. :'.*v I ani le to d1o all my housework and am in miua
i ib:ier health than I was before." Try it.
AT ALL DRVG STOM

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SHLRIFiVB SALE. mai:1. aa.i 'IaPtda'. the. trd day of May.
S I I VocIa' b,41%14-111 tie.lt-11-9 1 .l ho ri
I, a 'sa'dd:%%ai, sitd ltht t llewlng
,,,TI a tla -c'rhibd r '- i 'i:t 1'. lltii and tw.ino
all~~~~~ fit tiatia ,a TI, mtelintli of Alaa'him anad Stata' of
fit A'a lit ip i" r ja i II 'ta: laarl da 14. to : All of the Nort 'af-a't
fit a at'!ru. a A I) I P114a i it I :t erta'r Waf the- Southbet tquartaTr of
a ( I' 'Ia o-'a'I,' re' -tii -wlinIg ~ a l.a ra inl 8*'a't 1411'.a.Tos :i'hllps.tll outh of ifRange'
If; i'aa kasazi. S I. llrauII. Alwa' E:a-t. 1ll SNorth of the Old Mllack
II F~r,' ',m II a r\' I's *' '-ta .1 %% S.:lmtanar- i ra *'k roaid. exleplt the T. acr' IAA of
-aIt, .1 Ts t :it A ; riffni.RHose'ta Madisonon and the Oine-half-
'I' 't r Ito t"le'li' M \ .acr.' IIAt b)elongintng to the plaltI'. cern-
'F '1 i at. I illtF l a 1!d WilliamWilli ng. to e*vesnimtlon. thirty arcre of
Mvl'a .-' Il i. and whoAha're'Iim I.al. Itmore' or k'Ia.
illalm !'* a .i\' a T' af i ltFa' lainati ff's i l'aiztho ar with all antd singular the'
~i a ra 'I '.,a m.1 tIl#.1 m d1 -.t4l ''i raia'-I tovin nle':I?. h-e'rd ltttima'tits and a gipur-
IAt a'a' it '- ii::i aa- m t I i (C!-ar:% ,t htha' 0'r jt:::Nfnco-A tho're'unto twlv.oiging or ap-
o iiI a' 'T-t't a at ha ii. im tat 'a i 'iaaliathota1artotinintg $SaWd Ia Iim'rit fir levied uIpli
1. I' 1 ; Ict wa-'!. ,a Shnl-rl' foA laa'-hFIla .a- the' jaro~iert' of W'lllani am cCray to
allli 'a;\6 at I'aa l a ,' I' tad 1.111" 11 And % IV aid wie''Ecution4 and costs.
-.1 ill II Fa f'.' Ili', 'aait i E Fits. P. Hto'. IiSKY. Sheriff
ill 'a &t.'a Itaa'hiit:1 aaal% Fl!"or- RI VIE'aRS, P~I'tiffs' AtnrvIcy


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
P06ll t1 BI OCK GAINBSVIILB. PLOUIDA


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HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

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

Ir Suas Na, Ik e hptant Ionlythe sIher e h.d PmadNA
'We ar.ii- n INoking oilers for Peas asul otlwr iasonalikr mlt. We
'A ill t.o llil to 'nit yotu |ri,'r on 1rrqu rt.

W. H. MIXSOl SEED COMPANY Chasti S. C.



Tamp & Jafksonville Rai 'y


EFFECTIVE DEC. 19. 1W8.


lA'ave\ (;if*rvilvilh for M.icranopy, Fairfield ald 1<-
V.tl IHoilnt.s S Ut. i .................... .. 10:10 a m

Retlirlillig, rri vte uii( vil ...ville ................. 4:25 p m

Leave I;ii e\ ill, f l.:ike ( it. Valtlv-ta, a id all uiit s Noerth (: {,.t ur i,,'i_, ;irr' ** ( ;ii;--v'ill' .. ... ... ......... 9:30 p m

A. L. Glass, Gen Supt. L. E. Barker, Traffic U'r.





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( _THE DAILY 8UN: GAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA. APRIL 10, 1909


JANAV.2CADETI
"es fe"id Gensis
m tno -- -" anm
Siar Id- a of ile Olle
b the Dom men Isa s, iet
#somewof tbe om qutem at m.
Athesomad at d sothe m towias
adtbuS.ad eWuabwu war be ma
At dL -' at I~ drtrr there wa
befilem of as =40M MA two
tor badL eeAd woeb bted
tharevf daud~~ete
"M m snvin wwbr wove verv
dohe adds dimkeft ampthor
add with wg CrHa but thie
amW1a pseUmm Weis wegiv.
ff thiQam came to an e"d the
Imdrw theemwdes up In a
adtherbw mas neuud an s
st wvenom cempsm..
as am the Pak .sceseb roi
MO- l to lauy Inea
wbm lask ipeltoisthem with
so" to tbeirwaft they
ubm as" aeminaa
-" --A
-sm was u a pes titmw" one,
-amwas bId pstee
f arthe baelow of twerewo
Ilei, and the chuteswm m- gh
an now of Japamo military ester
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CASTOR IA
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If We P-9-ted lmu'y YOU

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BONDS
A is, MI" ftlo)


"A,"0 Da "Coaty. Ml.. 4%


cent due 1921 at 13%.
$10,000 Duval County
due 1913-2 at 10i.
$5.00o Oalaesville 5
1"21 at 101%.


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5% per cent
per cent due


Treth and
Quality


Wpp f to the Wdl-tlormd i evry
wrf f IWe ad Man cmial to pimuat
om idl edtu bstanadubgt. AMow
Sntr, t te mt damed that Syrup o Fd
Id uidr od eSms e s the ony mMda of
bhm vdue, but ne of many reuovm
wb~ i Unh beat of p oal and family
ilam ie te the fat that it raes,
owee- and e rdev the inteona orans
a whIk aa M without amy d bltatiag
dfr edet. am without h having to i'euse
the quality Irer time to time.
It ets pa.anl and aturaly and
try a latitve, and its componeat
pte e b km to d appromrd by
pkJdlaM. i M is free Iromll aobjeetio-
Ih *1ftma. To Vt it benaGe
dlud das prha te CeMue--
m --Ad wed by te Cdlafomi ig Syrup
i, t, s for debyA-ading dr-

A at e JeM ODee.
'Iere g- a man who would be
jtlbI to changing Lie a ame." Mid
the city -salem-i. "His name A rewl-
ly Dee, and JoL tIn the barglo-Joba
Doe. Moreover. be ba a salter Jane.
I weMder what kind of joke their par.
es were trying to perpetrate on thoee
hdples mortal. lDoe an a surname
was bad enough without adding to the
effese by tacking on John and Jane.
Whe I Irat met John Doe I didn't
take bbh name seriously. I thought
the mao who Introduced us was en-
joying a little pleasantry at my ex-
pase or maybe at the expense of John
Doe. I smiled. John Doe did not
mile.
"'You don't believe It.' he said. 'but
fortunately It Is true. I am tihe fa-
mous Ikwo.'
"Later I met lli ,slter Jne nind the
ret of thnt Inrtl ulr Ikwx f:mtnil:;
They assured ne thi:t itheer e a nr Iumi
ber of lies In town. I Ir('uiiw' tlr lher
are. but I tru.t that Itn Islt aose thi-
old folks had MnIse n elleni sh ot t "
brtisten their fflrirliig Johnu nil l
Jane."- New York P'res.
Children especially like Kitnnred.)'
laxative Cough Syrup. as it tastes
nearly as good as maple sugar. It not
only heals Irritation and allays In-
lammnation. thereby stopping the cough
but it also moves the bowels gently
and in that way drives the cold from
the system. It contains no opiates.
Sold by all druggists.


$.000 Hghb springs per cent 1921
at 100. te Pluk eThem.
$10,00 Jacksonville 5 per cent 1924 Lord Justk-e Matbew once tried a
at 109%. case In which a money lender sued a
$11.600 Jacksoavile 5 per cent 1936 youth who had fallen into his hands
at 112%. The plilntiff demurred at counsel's re
10.000 Lake City5 per cent due ferri*. to him constantly as a "*money
1.5 iat1 1. lender" and protested that be was
1a5 C 11 o. .n4'.thblng In adlditlinl to tat
$ (:..0 Jax. Electric Co. 5 per cent .bhat Is the additloun?' inquired tlhe
1927 at 9 4. jo4,.
$2,500 Molroe County. Fla.. 5 per "Weil. I'm sell. a dealer in-er
cent due l191oi! at 97Ti. birds."
4Accrutd Ilteret.t to tw added ) "'ertalnly lienss" riulillry asked l
'We hane for sale, all the' lI.-adig the Jude' l.oudon Teleg.rapih
bank lt(ocks throughout the Stat -
Ask for quota,.onb and 'rlInral infor- We' iftein wondr lo atim r.ni r-a
al.atioll. canl 1bw p.rtiuadtidd l ir tot ta.kirng .iitll i thll
Stock of the Consolidated Naval bult Foley'' lto rl :lrad Ta'.r f<.r Clu.l:-
Stors Co. pays 5 I('r cent every six c4ldsl amid lurnl trouhle Nit ,.* h.
mouths. We have 50 shares for sale foole-d into ;rewl.ping w llil k. "'1
at $140 a share. This company capi opth.r .Wultitut.- II. !,itinn. I 0
talized at $!.50o.oiv0. has a aurpllu of l.taiii Ino hltaritlfnl .Irirt- .ii i 111 ;
2,'.'l0,000. hllow | .i*l .1 .\ ('I, lIIll &1
\Wire us m. our order. t
BAGWEULL ROGERS ,.
Mutual Life Building r .
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In Which a Resident of Ahchua County Will

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Cerificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in


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$3,550.00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 7 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by lThe Bush & Safford lialo C'o.,
on a new $4nM) Howard I'iano, eighteen Transferable Iue Bills, same to lo. used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will he
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons reshliing in Alachua County:
T b firsd n ri do t t h ae iU., a iW f hr.... ...Sf ,.
Te s mab.i rsiqIb e hs u t mv I ta d mb i h.........17.
T do M a M s r iniq d mt i t mst. a I fa w e r f...... ..,. $1
These due ,illd nmay ie used by the winners or c;n Ie d1isspo.l of to alnyope
for any value they may see fit, and will Ie worth tliir face value uipon tlh- pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
IIn tle event of a tie for any pri/e offered, a prize iimilr in al! rTs|-i'ts tlhire-
to will l*e given each of those timing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants will giv on.e \.nt.,
for ever cr-li(t iaid il 1to, thili *.tALjbllahLlUment fur
good. uhkli they handle:
The Gainesvills Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Myde & Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
it.l t i \,- i !l ;i fi ti l tin th. I e I i t
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Rules and Regulations
I 1114.- c' rco ,n -t is t in to anci,tie Iit Trig in
Almi lii e 4,mI %uri3 '~hu is i m kae iu nby M~*e miituii'r.4r
Co Il t -t 'or %otic(A (Jfor b3 4,1811)4 rji '.tp ulate
,ir t Ilijnth i %ell e Ii u .


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$1.00- On )~.r' i nuLt- ription....... .. v.
Fur a club of tive one-year bubel ptUbs .. .. ll 1. .000 vout
111- 1-* ""-1 h Ill .- it ilill I' l'! 4* :i l.- I .i .-l 1,* .I i;,l i tv\ i .. r,
SolicitinI votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the proprietors
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Behalf of Bush & Safford.


$21.ZO- S.~z~:,L .;:2
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THE DAILY 8UN: AIN*AICNSVIlIE.7 FI)RID%. APRIL 1(0. 19(19


GAINESVILLE,
UTHEA-


Univrsity City.


u ain ,ssile 1. < 1 $i 4l !i to I.te t
most e.lter.rlri-l: ai i a s th,. I'rn ,
beautiful ci i it tIhe lf it-htrior ior HoI"e
Ida. It is I .1 i l1 1.1 lh it t.I Vy 'nIt.
of the State half Wam I.istwn,''I th(,' A
lantic alid IuII 't c'*-t- rr'-n aled "
iands of -ilrh fb riulitv .I- t, Ie' e-:. ahl
of tpr'tithieiz a MI i 'iii % eit. of It e'.
In the hlieart (,f t hi. Iii k irti lil
pho plate' and iiaal It *r iIt Sli
ha. the bw-t edu~.'ati-i.ail adlvintago
In the State. K'iin c'hiire Iles. wit
*dilli ne's al:irh ar lupelrier Ioe a Ri
to iwni of it.- :i ,- ii, Fl.,r, a. wth laIK
and coei' ii.-eli ,i Iat ci, r .r 'i-il- ha-
itluiate W hit t ,raliiot I- e..x,-e.ll. f
health anld ill.l-a-nr, All th -e atirir:
ad sanltage L c-sien it d id i el ri ,..-.
Ive anid ent,'r.r Ai-tn onoplehiita
Clti eub.hli, at r. iure to make' a bi
city.
There are many natural attraction
in cloe .proximity to the city, some c
which are Alachua Sink. Palne'
Prairie. the IDe'il', Mill Hopper. War
ren's Cave. and lake Newnan. all c
which are reached by private convej
dance.
Spring Park Stock Farm. the large
and tnlie"',t live stok farm In the State
Is only eight nileis west of the cltl
and it. r'a.'hed bly a goode hard road
affording a most pleasant drive.
The1 fatrmri. o)f Alachua county. n
v6 which ;aiii .s. illel Is the' county he'al
"li'.v at home and board at the ; rani
rila.e The rleupc ratire' is verv un
form. 'scarc.el. e,. r r reaching the' nii,
ties iIn -luilirlr cr the twentie, il
winter. The plip.uil.tion of (jaile-!illl
I. alH.ut e eight th.,o-and. re.'re-.ent'ni:
Itilarl evr. i niatioiiality on the, faic
o .t lh' ; rth. ahi.il .tra;rlg-r, aiia;
nll'et w. ili a lii .eit a w .e% I eo:'nie.
Th.e l'.i\e'; it of 'lirela fur inun,
111,1n ail hll e* :ati a;l A. ri('iitiral K"\
I" rinm it Sitatiii Ure I hI ;atld u ithlI
the r('iri aic' li.nitl- of the < itl Ii
fact. 1 ; il '-.1 !e hal.- '-o 1l.1ih i thing
tIal w.te lll'-t te l,;allllit, (I if '%e oiIIin
a -< ct, f t0t-i', ill thlee !fllh(It lli: 4 er11llaclll
ationi of a hat
Gainesville Has:
One' arti t
No -al'* i.
4 1*!1< I,: 1 1 's
cr ir, it ci.
i'.e ii cir.
Tl''1 Il;t ir -.
sVal r wstrkas.
T1 n 'airt-iee's.
T% i t:II1 I P''I.
Three. l;al.,ri..i
rell i, i 1-i a '. .,
Six fruit sltere.s.
Two Kuni-miths.
Six restaurauta.



The Title Question


Ar. you of tll' nuiinniwr'
who a'r afraid tliat
tlhrc is somtw -hdfct inI
their titles. ;tidl witli
tliat folr AIl \<'l-v- re'-
f,-. to Ila\ N i .\II -
,tr.ac1 t cf 'Ti'itl .- nd
for our Fl:IF: ,,ooklct
o n I'l' i lf < ni -
tio )." Nome are so Mbid
as they who wl not see.
tie l lt tI e' tiif lrl.-
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ALACNUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO






TELEPHONE


LONGI-OSTANCE SYSTEM


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eitoe in tho. lti-l & i'.atl'rd iijase 'Cmii
t fur o i h c o titt I'c tr'l zr suc
or k liti t f-prgc t th h %hitni ni o '.. d
of prtii ted t.&thiicaery It.idl tiead
t m -i t i% in lo it Iu ar re
g:e~la:.g thelic Ite-tI. anid e tc fc r the
lady of your chow.e

It %(mIe tke'.' fecuti'! atisthnig Pe'e' It
it is ad crt vted i: the Want cidlca ru


T. F. THOMAS


'INDERTAKINC CO.


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(ne ti'.-d store.
lioard of Trade.
ix drul stores.
Four ,hoe sho|l.
State I 'ilsersity.
IMasonic Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shops.
FI"our coitrac'tors.
One, bhilc.le hrop
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t f t r ieo-
One variety store.
SOne public library.
t'wlo %faKlIn wtorku .
'wA pi0 .IInIg Itnils.
w, r-.. k'lt -toreis.
i I 1, itniul.ir i arls.
4 ()ile lali I If l*' rk'.
iThlr*-e ill\ r- n th-4
rhre r#vod yards.
F!i de utal rooms
I )l*' eXllere' oft (h
lre'-' mati de.ltiery.
W'fitir i,4,eef nmarkets.
r::icht I arbr shops.
Ta%,n pultlc hhools.
Two music houses.
A tele iphotne r ) te.m.
Two hatlwrdauherie.s.
T al, trnr* I'ier's.
Vuour pre..iir e.hlu,.
Two nlachirle hoeps.
Tuo hottoliltea aork%
Six b iarli.ig houses.
I One ('lCtolic church.
A uilita) (>co'uany.
Three jewouelry stores.
One pho hate ofnce.
One Chinese laundry.
One Chrlitian church.
Two steam laundries.
1 wo Ad. ent churches.
Oil*e daily n-wspapp-r.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fift'-ei agrouer'ry storeI.
Five Itaptlist churches.
Three furniture stores.
POtne cold --t,ragn plant.
One wAeekly newspaper.
'"\i tidry gtweis stores.
Three. ,old drink stands.
One cl< ,trle licht plant.
Three' hlvk-n' ith 'ho p.
Three railways systems.
-Kiiht leii.. lin orders.
T\ fi I- "dati ch'.r.-he-"
l',nilt 1d State- I- r',I office.
One crheclllic:l lant)r:atorv.
Thirt.e i1 SIila: crh(ainol.
"'?\'% % t*'t inarl *oi' -o'oiq
1 ~~e '( le-t uunr\ -i' a.n'on
O. f- P'r.,-teteriin church.
T ( c I- *.r I v*l e'-tat r dgni'cI'ie .
\'celur',e,,r lr',. t ire ':l lh.'nie t
.a .o rl l'irili r anuictcl ilq.
'i Ir. .* l'o : i l-- ; ;r ; .
A iri'C-- l.iu l EX le atitl7 tatinn.
T"' o 1, 1! tLo:r:tph c:tller',-s.
Florida Wilynter hItble Conrtrln e.
One seml.weekly newspapers.
rlIve UtI tnauraumce age ia.(
i~r-t-' t.a % a.e a.- r.c t oni
Two fertilizer nsanufactrie-s.
Five fire. iisranrce agllencles.
Tao liv.ery and fi'e'rn tables.
ia,' ratehar ha i a-ke t factory.
O... Elks' Club reading room.
llarditeoMl Matitufacturing P'lant
Agricultuiral Experinent Station.
IFlorida Winter i.ble Conference.
Fie dre.stsiiakltig establlshmenits.
National Odd Fe,llos Sanitarium.
Three uiaderltakinig e.talllshnt n.it.
Two of the best hotels ia the in
terlor.
To hho..lesale grain and f.'ed
.tort.s.
Two whole'.ale grocery e.-tatbllsh-
W\ater "that ha- matde (;aji,.es ilhe
fainii- '-
Thie' liest ,olp.ra hou.t-e, i the State
,qlt.-iolv of .f Kl-1>I1\ lillo
A (*,.,'rlhi, t l fhaieliiig ioedIi toe ie6
r,'-cite to e'1-1t hitale lollll|t], t-l
1 ..' 4 foli
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SDRK. (;Eo. s. WAI.I.,
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Jraham Buliding, East Main Strest
Bell Phone 51. Als Long ODIetane

DR. EDWARD CLARK


DENTIST,


Ofces In Graham Buildinl. over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 3.'6.

DR. DIVERM B. MORRBb.

....DENTIST....

Olce oves GalSeavlU* Natisomal a
Phone MO.


, DR J. H. ALDERMAN.


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)ffc over Dutton a C o' a n
Phone Zb.. Catlesville. PIa

W E. BAKER.
ATTOitN EY-AT LAW,


dOLICITOJO IN CHANCERT..


t sAINESVILJ. Alachua Ou., FLA,
OdIee an I-isniano Blewk

P-I'DINANDSI PAVERh
ATrONEY V At LAW,
.*AIISSS~tLL5. ~IOtICA

Carl *t.'1 (uIr ity p roperty (am.
prmee d Steel ci.eoe3ro'i*1 phI. gheSoe,
%rucilk wand farmiespr tae d ctiid big
a list of vws leat youIc~er fe sea. '4142v
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ABOUT ADI'ERTISING-.NO. 8


rOm CiTY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines
ville:
I ra a candidate for City Marshal.
for relectiom On April 13. I have
senred the people faithfully and *e-
iently. night and day. and my record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past yeai
has b-en satisfactory I ask the sup
LKrt and vote of each and every cit
sea who is qualified I can on011
promise the same servicee as I bai,
e.deavored to tie In the past.
Yours for ordtr.
IIlN T ARNOW

I taho this metiod of informing the-
public that I am a candidate for Cit
Marshal at the elhet'on to be held uli
Alril 13. 1H*09 I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters. irrespective
of lIarty affiliation. and promise t,
faithfully and impartially discharge.
the duties of the office should I be
Pelected Respectfully.
CHASE. C. WARREN.

FOR TAX ASES0OR.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
villle:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
sesuor for four years, I am fully pre-
pared to ill the office. as my record
will show, the city assessment hav
ing been Increased In that time from
a little over $400.000 to over $1.000.000.
I was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully Moliclt your
\otes. W. M. nRADFOR).

To the Vott-rs of I;ainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can
ditlate for re-elec'tionl to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the' year 19W0.
in the' election to Ihe held on April the
13i1h. and most earn.estly request you
all to gi\e men your vote and sulilport
for thep i-o itlltio
Thanking you for your pas* endorse
ment. I remain. Yours very truly.
i It R COI.OON


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 hisname in
a newspaper which has earned the respc t its
readers. The manufacturer feels that he will
receive a square deal from a store whicl has
age to its credit. He can expects much from
a newspaper which is a credit to its age I
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 goto 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 elemcnt of every
community -not the touts andthe gamblers-
toward which the merchant must look for his
busine: vertebrae-he cannot find buyers un-
less he uses the ne. paperr 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.


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By Herbert Kaufman.

Out in China all things are eottopsy turvy.
Physicians are paid for keeping people wel and
when their patients fall ill their weekly salary
check isstopped. The Chinese judge medical
man not by the number of years he lives, but by
the length of time his clients survive.
An advertising medium must be judged in
the same way. The fact that it has age to its
credit isn't so important as the age of its adwr
tis pat roage. Whenever a newspaper coow
tinues to display the store talk of the same -
tablihment year after year, it's a pretty mre
sign that the merchant has made mey out of
that newspaper, because no publication can
continue to be a losing investment to its cue
tomers over a stretch of time without the act
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 haspronwe its uperiority
as plainly as a mountain peak which ries
above its fellows.
The combination of stability and progressis
the strongest virtue that a newspaper can poes
sess. Only thAitsurvive-reputation isadiicult
thing toget and a harder thing to hold-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.










THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 10. 1909


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MTTUMm OF IIMA Il. INTHiT
-USDl BY UN Ra PORTRM

M ast ms Happened ~ad Whet ise B
mA la Sand
seo heme of00 *
aaal Mama -a r Cty.

Tbh fuaset all--"Tbe Union

Many friends are gong to visit Mrs
alant'a sale.
See Umcto Joshua Hayseed at "The
Waue Depot"
aporated apples Just arrived.
M dier. & ICarle.
Lagshanrs egg for hatching $1 for
it C. J. Mxsoa. City.
LAt Joe Gamla shile your shoes
at "The Unionu Dpot"
Better try some of that choice stall-
Sd beef at HarroM's.
New pack mackerel. ine for break.
uat. Baunders & Earle.
R. D. Medlln has returned from a
uhort Lbusles trip to Jacksonvilk-
Pive or 6 dooes '"W will cure any
ase of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
See the Drtdal party Just starting
their howeymooM at "The UInlo

Dwlell Wriglt's White House
Cofee 31 cents the pound at Salley
SCo'a. today.
Master s, rigbt off the farm, l3c
dosen Friday and Saturday. Mc-
Cormick & Howe.
W. N. Wilson left yesterday for
Tampa. where be will remain for the


moestt week on budlaea.
A I_ llranet ,of Mimanv linma~mn I


Ladies'


Sulta elened. pressed and repaired.
Chas. ElOis. 223 W. Main.
resh barrel of Saratoga potato
chlps. fannders &A arle.
Come out ad ear the widower's
proposal at "Te Union Depot"
4-X Creamery Butter-best, 30 cents
the pound today at Balley & Co's.
even Bars Octagon Boap for the
Quarter of a $1 at Bailey & Co's. today.
Suits made from all-wool fabrics;
guaranteed to fit. tbas. Ellis. 223 W.
Main.
Celery, snap beans, new potatoes.
Wrussels sprouts and other vegetables.
W. 8. Dorsey & Co.
Presh country eggs 1: cents dozen.
spot cash, Friday and Saturday at
McCormeik & Howe's.
Dwlnell Wright's IIrown House or
"Tip Top" Coffee 23 cents the pound
at Valley & Co's. today.
French Opera Coffee. 4 pound
bucket and cup and saucer 99 cents at
Valley A Co's. all the time.
"The I'nlon l)ieot" In undoubtedly
the funniest play ever given In Gaines-
ville. Don't fall to see It.
No job too hard for us in the wity
of altering. cleaning and relpairitg
Chas. Ellis. 223 W. Main street.
Geo P Morris left yesterday for
Jacksonville. where he went on a
abort business and pleasure trip.
Don't forget Friday and Saturday
we will sell for cash fresh country
eggs 15c dozen. McCormick & Howe.
8. L Gerdine and wife left yester-
day for Live Oak. and will spend the
next several days there visiting rela
tives.
T. W. Stands. president of the
Gainesville National Itank. returned
yesterday from a short business trip
to Jacksonvillle
W I) Dickson of Mclntosh. member
of the firm of Chritlian-IHckson com-


A<*. U .*..UM Of. 1 Y,, *IN patny wa among mthe nustuies \i'.iitors
tfr the lielphone company at that tI .the city yesterday
place. was in the city Thursday Famers mechanics. railroaders. la
New arrival of National Iliicuit h borers rely on Dr Thonma-' K:l-ectr i
Co's. cakes and crackers----Just order Oil. Takens the stigK out of cuts.
them, as we have the ari'ties. Saurn- bIurin or ibrii-es'. at olce' l'aii ca
ders & Earle not sta)> where it is u,.ed


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20 pounds granulated smuar........$1
30 pounds floor ................... 1
20 pounds good rice ............. 1
10 3-pound cans tomatorN .........$1
Oet thee hargaints today. W. 8.
Iorsey & C o
"Union Depot" Rehearsal.
The cow hoy and dollb haby drill will
t-' held at the, oIera house, this mnrnm
Ing at 9 o'clrc k It Is In liortaiit that
all rhouldh In ire ent t at lih alili iiit
*ud hour
S-;tst ar.- iL hIn ra;p'iidl r'-.. r\' ,
f(r ITh.- I 'nih ItP i,, 't
'l'hre.-' ca;ni' l I |I. r4 iI h cl i riin: c)til
.'Pi t lt.-. E;aIlll I''. Tr I rl<'
ii l.udig of 1 i;- w3as among tll.
visitors to ti. ( cit )e-.terdaI
Suits to order. alterations made.
cleaning and pressing Chas. Eliis.
:23 W. Main street.
H. K Taylor. cashier of the First
National Bank. was a business visitor
to Jacksonville yesterday.
A Good Dinner Should always Wb
ended with a dainty dessert flavored
with Blue Ribbon lemon or vanilla ex-
tract.
J. J. Haymans. who has been visit-
Ing his family here for the past few
days left yesterday for his place of
business at lochloosa.
Try a piece of our sugar cured
breakfast bacon. 14c pound. l.' c cut
Everything in the grocery line cheap
for cash. McCornick & Howe.
Wm. Iittledale. nrerersenting the
Smith Candy (Comipanyt, as in the city
yesterday intcr t iilg his regular
trade among the Gaalnst \lill merch
ants.


Attorneys W S Itroonie. R. E l)a
vis and T It. Ellis. Jr. were anong
the Ipase'ingers to Starke )tyeterda?
a ho went oni busines.'- before Ihe cir-
cuit judge.
('onslt us before placing your ,en
tire order-we have lthe goods fresh
and can suphlll the nmost of your
.ants just let us hear e'ni is all that
i. sufficient .1J Hlarrold.
"The I'nlion I l-pot." for Ibmei.flt ot
the' I'. I) t.. will bem produced at the
omlera house on Tuesday night. April
I:3th, by 7o of our best local char-
acters. Pricts 'os and 23 cents.
All who have purchased tickets fort
"The U'nlon Lk-pot.' to beI presented
at the opera house April l3th. can
take their tickets to Miller & Vidal's
and hate the seats they desire re
rved
The Opera l house' ruit Store a-ill
sell today nice oranges It and '*1
cents per dosen. and bananas lI< and
I., cents dozen. Nice tomatoes at 3.:
cents li akej. Free delivery. ('avou-
ras & Carduill.e
When drummers travel -,4) to loeo


' miles out of tlthir way to gK.t to a
hotel to) s--pltn Snrlday, ou can think
'in it being far ab)ov the a\ .ra,'
l'h- llrcni Houtli-c is cr ocdd al itli
I 1itiimertitl nI. in fromi l"Fridah to .i(on


W. HYDE COMPANY


-T_. E TO Ii Ciemi m TAM lk-


The lgoo-will, kindest regards anld let wtish-
es of eacl offiicr and director of the B nk,
anll you will always find a cordial welcome in
our lInking rooms.

Make our place headquarters--evert conve-
nience affordedl to make our place pleasant
and 8 igrea;hlel to those who call to e'i t.ii


THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
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ach Insertie. but no advertie'
ment taken for les tIsa U 0 ea ta 81
words make a line; no fractional lim s.
every word over each alx couartin a
an addtlocal line. CAbH in advance
must accompany all orders for laser
tims In tLis column.


WANTED-HELP.


W~ANTED) --Me.seiilger after school.
Apply W. 1' Telegraph office'


FOR RENT.


FOR RENT--One ,Lx room and two
five room cottages in South Gaines-
ville. in front of Coffin Factory; city


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FOR SALE Pair of good mules med
wagon. Apply to Jet Simon, is
front of Dutton's Bank.
FOR SALL
FOR SALE Manhattan typewriter in
arst-class condition, table and stool;
$30 cash or terms; a bargain. Ad-
dress Iox 3,s.. City.
BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS.
FiIne upright "Steinsay." used short
time cost $70(; In good condition.
goingg at $:.><.
liest grade E.stey" upright, used
several )vears but good as ever; cost
$.;.;0. Will take $2:3.
A good square piano for $7.
ltfore you buy any piano get my
prices and save noney.
W !. ill.11.


MEDICAL.


'Q'ICK ItESTORATIVE for lost man-
hood. Sati.sfa tion guarantt-ed or
money re-funde'd; "0cl per bottle.
Sold by W. M Johnson


water. Apply at (Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Fiveroom cottage on ITS FRESH VEIY DAT!
block next to square; city water.r P a y
siI The Bread. Pie aind Cake you
electric lights, bath room and all
rat should be' nutritious. The
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office. finest flour, mixed with pure
rich nilk aind baked in the
AN EASTER ANNOUNCEMENT. "purity fashion." make our
goods the most delicious It Is
J. Manasse Invites Public to Call and
Inspect New Goods. poIible to produce .


W4ee harv ejui.'t r'c''ie ccl a fill#- line.
oif Kmrs('hcatm tclothing (coIl-i.ting of
me'rg's- fllaiIs.k. and wcnfrst'cl '. in all
t he' lal#..test ,.'lc millan t % le,- v 'I
-A 1 11ld Il-ie' I 1e'-.1 Ei 41 tco M %h o toll 4'. cell
recuind awcl gi% u.'it a imk W.' 'A %% l
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GAIlESYILLE, FLORIDA

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We Have Just Commenced to Grow.


Lacesa mi Emrosidenes
You know the reputation .of th Ie imo n Sti rta I*nL Iav eadII Ell ib-.41410.
riep% this Seasorn we areawcca ty ahead'aif any prq-%imi 'i fl
TIche mount exq uipite c reation-4 in I)ainty I .ie-e ;1n1 141 bi 'iii.. 4
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Department is in its infancy, but healthy and growing. Ever) garment shown in this Department is absolutely
new and of the season's best styles. No last season's goods to show you. Our assortments not the largest but
styles and values are in advance of anything shown in this city. Comparison is the test. We invite it on any
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