Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01633
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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GAJNEISIILLE, FLORIDA, SUNI'MPY. A'HI L 11. 11109


TEN CENTS A WEEK


PAYNE TARIFF BILL


PASSED BY HOUSE


JUDGE CARTERISPEAS FAMILY PLUMS ARE
OF THE COMMITTEES


WA^ HJNCREO AS CHAIRMAN OF
E"L ';. 13,AAL CO1: ,'ITTEE.


A THING OF THE PAST


Foial Vote On Measure Stood 217 to 161-Petro- c.' A. vr'r A. o l.ne Lower House of Floria leislatre Votes to C Off


WASHIINGTON


lem Placed

April teo After


three weeks of consideration. the
Pavne tariff bill was lpaised by the
House of Replre'sentati Ces last night
by a vote of '17 to 61l1 Onte Repub-
lican. Austin. of Tennesee. voted
against the. measure. and four IkNmo-
crats. all from lIoulsiana. voted for
it. An attempt hI ('hanirnp lark. lthe
minority leader. to r-commit the bill.
with intstructions. signall failed
The day was flIled with excite''men't
from the nlonlent the sa. sioan hlegan
at noni until the last minute.
While more consideration iin polint
of time. has been given by the Hlouse'
to the Payne hill. it was Ipassed in
fewer days than the Dingley bill was
acted upon after being reported to
the House The Payne bill was intro-
duced on March 17. reported to the
House by the Ways and Means Com-
mittee on the following day. and was


on Free it.

hill coune from conmlittier arc those'
striking out the- prok ileon for a duty%
on tea and the.' entert\ ailing dtut(
lr.)vimo on colffe*' lThe' lniinatilon
of the' niaxiniunm dutit iof t"r I.r c.tit
on coffee. coiitained iln the aiiixinulii
and nmninimunim ectloi of 1the hill was
also significant
To the' fre'- list a're' a;ddedd e',e-r
gree'n s.-,edlings. hlomo-'s and nut oil.
which is ue'd in making arnish The
iaten'it law pro)-iion. ilnte'lnded to re'
taliate' for the neiw lritish lpate'nt law.
was stricketnl ut on account of an In-
ternational convention. The )s-call-
ed "joker" in the cotton cloth t-chedule.
which it was claimed would increase
the duty of the Dingley bill several
hundred Iwr cent, was corrected. the
proviso for the method of counting
threads in the cloth being made the
same as in the present law.
Union Label Wins Out.


uaoer general debate for sixteen days The section restricting the contents
On Monday of the present week the of packages of tobacco was amended
Rules Committee reported a special to conform with the present law in
order, which closed the general dis- order that union labels may not be ex-
cussion and provided for the consider eluded from such packages The draw-
ation of the bill under the five-minute back section was added to so that it
rule Chairman Payane handled the could not be taken advantage of for
bill on the floor and divided the time the purpose of speculating In grain.
in such a way that only paragraphs and the Philippine free trade provis-
affected by committee amendments ion was amended so that the rice will
and the anendfnenta permitted by the not be admitted free from the islands.
special rule had been considered The countervailing duty clause on
when the time to vote on the meaa- lumber was stricken out. but a strong
ure was reached. fort to place lumber on the free list
The Dingley bill was under consid- did not succeed
ration in the Houwe for two days The duties on barley, barley malt.
longer than the Payne bill. but the charcoal iron. pineapples in crates
House was notO in session as long each 'saccharine. medicated cotton and cot
I)ay as during the consideration of the tlon collars and cuffs as originally in
latter measure All during the general the bill. were. increased To retaliate'
debate on the Iaayne hill thel HIlouuse ;anilst Turkey. which country Irohli
-at f4or ten aitol ,one-half hours each it. th.' importation ofi Amleric'-i filler
.1 \ thil:- -(;tlli.hi.ll a re'or'ad for retii, cc, a Iroirc isoii, was included ill
h.atl Ilaoil M.Iir 40lui-t eal oi- f I'etn 1it Im t,,; rao(-' -(-ch !.u itl iinc re;asing thl .
.% ltaniia ,lre-,ild, d as chairman of l c he I n ,i .i ll- till 1 t l .l co' 1 fIrnll an. (coulil
cornmiltt.r of th. \\'Whol.' H ue-. l in \ la l h I, ormhietl.s, tthi. i ,rni .it.tii olI
the state it thee 1ii onl l thi rotughout thm lthe. Aiitraca.i tolaa io'


tweIIBI data- thale wr. tKlt er to thi
hill
Petroleum on Frle Lost.


41111 (of h11. p'r n ii ,. l ( 1h.111:. .rf.(-< t
-il in Ithi Il'.i i lill -lli it- li-in r'
o tiln tl l. IIt llc' ,I l h ltli o, I o|,1 I' l

-* rm i i-I oil, i. 'I l fil.'h ,t tl i .I n .
tl 4 oth i I r .t ll. ml t ,. fit- S .k '.


Th, iiitrlial r,,,.n 'wA. 'w ri, .tlo,
',i,.llge.,i .-m ii tI t,'a ,ir- of T 'ib I'
14i1 Ot la h.l\ m'|o i.a.l. :1 tl.llUiifactllire'rs
I .> i lli ,,1r1 I to ,11 -1,n -,. ir I,. It t1l


ihemi'' wet -.'V 4i ei-tale md0 .e '
it IA. !I-I' I#- % 'hcU. 'iil 'lt 11 r41 II tem e .ll


lieon il t u r ,eI i: i t,. ,,ii I1 i ls t I 'ir,, l l,i hi s ,- ii il ie. h e it ri Ir.**
II' III tI i i l t i th. lil 't .. !, nl, t ll In Io l f -. 1f t.- t l't ,'. ,' 1. ,I I il i rN .I h l lo \* -
li i Ilti t,- l., .. t r r. r ft : r. i ..r r.,-it. I, th ,'m int Ile
I- t w .. .i I I> i :.I. r ii.ll illk: I rn i .gllo Iell el ..i -
t i h. i. r i I ..rtl t .t ,. i.' 'I i t in I: r., lit. i i I g lo \ .


I I ,I.I- I! I -- fII --. o m I I .,I- I r- m4 i k PII,*.


Negro's Love of 'Possum



Was Cause of His Death


Juati At the Pr esrent rie
for Gaineeville.


Judge' S)d I. ('.rt.r onio ,of the' \.l-
cield Ierlire'en.tat-ities to the li ,'gi-lal
tlre. from this e(simt.t. Has int the' iit\
Saltlrdla. ha inlg coneie dion ii on imenit
Inil4Hrtatil business nI:mtte r. The Le'K
islature, adjourned Frida.% in order to
gi\"e the connllittees' anil o>l,,ortillli% to
Imneelt and pIrepare for work


In speaking of the matter hle stated
that Alachua (ount? was favored well
in the make lup of the Hlouws commit.
tees .ludge C'arter ass made' chair
man of the Educational Committee.
one of the nmot important at all time-s
and esl cially so at thl ste1sion. lie
was also given a place on the Appro-
lpriation Committee and named second
on the first division of the Judicial
Committee, was also assigned to the
Committee on Constitutional Amend-
ments, the committee that will have
under consideration the bill for State-
wide prohibition. and is on the Elec-
Uons Committee.
The Alachua members are all well
located. the seat of Judge Carter be-
ing one of the most desirable in the
House Mr Doke's committee usign-
ments are as follows: Itanks, legll-
lative expenses, claims (a very Im
Iprtant one). agriculture and insiur
ance
Judge Carter states that Senator
McCreary and Representative Doke
are active and alert In looking after
the interests of their constituents.
Many matters of vital importance
to the State will engage the attention
of this session of the Legislature.
among these being Iensions. prohibi-
tion,. schools. Wallets claim. Indian
war clainas etc


MOVING TO NEW HOME.


Masons Installing Furniture and Para-
phernalia in New Quarters.
'Thll' Masons of ( ;iies\ ille' Inow ha e'
hlairg.m t thei lnw iiartiL er, anald for
th"e I' a- ollimpll f Ilda). I have l hee'11
:hu .- il I imoaiiIn tlhe old furniitlure and
,,lartalh,' n alla It'.id .. h i fllh

II ( 1r- of th, ,l % rl I l ,.r ai- li i-t
ttil. 'l'01 hi'ch II. li* i Il st.ll.l i C iln l
htm'ill Iw hIi r i,' I. etI of tI h I Ilio -t
v4opi |te1 1 lofi .:#- rio) i11- Ii tIf nti i
S't I
Thi fir't ia,' .rtin weall ,m< ter thi r.
litinrti the' 'iiinitatl w ek wael ltl.
ric er '* r- .tr. now a.iktihe Ii r;am liii
, .. i f i !io .- f ti i lih < i. i( alllt lt aif th !*
II'' l ifit ,I I'IaII lceI I I mit eitll mfirll A Ir I II
.t hi l itn. w o i i wi ll fil i o r ii Apri 11
,r. In wta i '. A 1t 11 :. 1 I
'," .n i,<< n s T hr f .' i i ..i ri


c I


SpecCal Prayer ServICe


I. -.-
i~ ~ Iii


7'.'i.


Redatves of Heknmr Fre


TA.I.AIIASS.E. Fla. April i0. -
After a heated debate in the lower
Ilouste of the I.e.gilature.. a rresolutlon
was lWa-s4ed .e 'terday which knocked
the *fanlil Iilunis" out of business
I:. a (1te of :11 to -2 the loume de-
(ided that no clerks shall be appoint-
ed whe~ ar,' relatives of members of
the HI-ltte dowitn to the third cousin.
With the' lP;i.-asge of the resolution the
holes of a small army of would-be
clerk,.. relathle' of the niembelrs,.
wentl utll n Ithe air.
A bill prohibiting the sale or giv.
ing away of narcotics was introduced
in the Senate by Senator Sloan of
Lakeland
Mr Harris of Key West introduced
a bill In the Senate authorizing the
State Ioard of Health to secure a
State tuberculosis saaltarlum.
Senator Masey of Orlando Intro-
duced a bill providing for summer
training schools for teachers.
Congress is asked to make an ap


Oerbps


prolpriatlon of $1.0)o.000 for the Im-
proveMent of the public highways t
a resolutloa adopted by the Home.
Committee appointments were a-
nounced by peiaker Parris yesterday
afternoon, and as was expected. A.
MacWilItams of St. Johns was named
chairman of one of the Judielary
Committees and J. N. Caklns of Nas-
sau county the other.
Two Judiciary Committees are p-
pointed this wsesion for the purpose
of expediting the handling of hut-
ness. Durtg the Spealerahip ght
MacWllIams withdrew, and his ap-
port went to Parris, for which t was
then understood he wouldM t th
chairmaship of tUh lportaat se
mittee.
Adjourwment was taken until Mo
day afternoon.

I t lti writ ml e to i--e
than to yo-e. maer whe it is-
a wa&t ad. will be a smmd lavenmL


Former Secretary Hitch-



cock Dies at Washington
MMMM I


WASHINGTON. I). C.. April o10- i mNda7ly phlged la n tortes
Ethan Alln Hitchcock. secretary of c ompNcatias growing eat of vaf
the Interior under Presidents McKli- frudsa ad charfg of hfrow aO -r
ley and RooMevelt. died here yester- ter-euarges growing out of the aeolr
day morning at II o'clock. aged 74 meat of publUe lada hi the Westo
.ears He had been critically IIll for states. Mr. Hitcbock directed the
n,\rieral days and his death was not most sweepaig lavetigation, ar. eo
i.\l MIr Hllithcrck had bee-n ill for smule est-.*
we 'k. lie contracted a sIevere cold Mr Hltcbcock has had a varied ca
while iii tihe. West and as his condl reer lie was born il Alabama snd
l(II I's-car~i'nm iaorir. imrlhite he hurli.d to san educated in Tenneasee and Co-
\ V..~ahiliKgtn 14 l 1te. lNe'lf in the 4et- ICrut After leaving school. la
lhialds iof sl*'ciali-itp. ahe, had atlit.d I :.;he, hea Iwgn hi. business career In
Iel him il during his offclal cart. r h.ir.r Ht lAuis and thb'i went Into the com-
IIf. -'lff.reld frIni a conmplic'ation iof niilsion business in China Return-
kidi~ il.'alit a Il- Iat..iigK mia.trke'd tlhe- cIleo- .f i IH-acaeiir Inttrested iln railway. mining
I';lr.e r l ,hatm. IT ro,'l'iiil 'it (irattir. l a aH t. l IiallUlac('uring enterprises and
.tit ;'illliill.-,ation o th, I l,.rii INe acl'iired coinstiderab mle means In
3artfile. it II..t .-I r.( Ii \ ..lee rll lt; II 7 P're.ident Mit cKinIle) sent him to
litil 1,1 *ll.nl, ..- i. ne .r fefr. Hu Ir s lra a anabamssador and the nelt
4im1..l0h ti. I. fii ~r si I'. r. i l -ah. ear brought him hone to be lecre-
i h, r I, I.iol -es ti .% til;.a-.;adli r i;tr tf the Interiar lie was reap-
111l, 11 ;al'lpieitien iii t of 'l id's- t l i iteld I 1 l1're.ide'it Ioosevelt ia
%14 Ki~l, Mr ii ltclMhiy ik Iw a lnlcl l I !Il a;id ren-ii.d on March 4. ln 7.


DIED FROM WOUNDS.

Lngered for Nearly Three Weeks in
Much Pain.


),hliL 'lit 1I iii)1. ILIi. Liii))) 'T1(



r I


mirlln t I sLa thought she would re-
4 toi m I*


It.iefore her dletmh the flesh peeled
off Ahe r-I the h. brns were inflicted and
-l. '.lltff. r*,d iinftoli aKginty during the
liIer'. r. iliiiieiliK Iai Ih.d oei .r three
,A. k B lthrm el'.ailhah i'.ia II. t relieve


I fm ti guljr i j itia l quarantine
,.t19.&i I-t ill tf i1i ) rt I oni at Pensa

\ i,,,eIm oaf c* II l |tKr,) burglars
. 1- at.I* f'. I ill I'm I'.A lmOIa .lint week


Battle Between Moonshin-



ers and Revenue Officers


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I _l_ THE DAILY SUN: OAINBVILLF, FOIIDA, APRIL 11. 1909


w lrth te asltanc of Mr : P I
Oren. has prepared a large numb.r W IIl OPPOSMON
ofr dlhe*. bottles and tutNe.. crmlittn O aTYT
IDaT --BI SUIing sterlllied sweet ltoato on which
a plentiful supply of the red fungus -
of tbe whitey M OP STAFF AlRE US whlv A-heeronv ONLY THREE OFFICES
S r STAFiF AR SUS rrowmqn (f-, s i ,iw.rs It,- ,I Othr- I:
WoTw ePURIMENITS. Is Irt ided ti tot i-, carn a .. C)NTESrE: TUZSZA
_______ '9*r n f.1 I r ** *- ; r
e ir th' ri : 1 >
W ot T gt oef Much l.T.F:rtaI.r I ,'. .. ,t I- '- ** .- 'r .r


Icm

TO of



* R/ c


ft We ftMe Are S es


I,19


is Plat patheo t. ,': r II. S
hase baee stadi.vya trL ual5
of the erae, as the ,O: ('a#s.t
and has dela e4-ld r nt'dlee*
lately tomd a r.. ru.,co!.
& bek e coma5irtt -s Itrth
al -A If I t L Leade. W'Ith
*l te m of thr- .jurr orange
e.M Ib aietlicall:: .roved
Ma Idatm exp-rlments
eetMal f--sI is alone re-
l db 'ir ease; MAd he Is
WI 8 r to dseever the Mfe
o t t 1i fsn espeeiaUy with
to hawkit N, sever temesewo

ame ad m nease fM eit-
the hath spading St the
ad on am "w mee d eo

nde aout wakr ithe lWth
A0 Ibm the t prawg al d e w

W Whas a Ipeumbl tree











pa I an diore TWI







aloel n mu ale a alnl s
rtrw waea blb hes






m10 offl1 f ca0ta D e, ruWe

a t. pp Ma ben see as by
I1 MrA IS Mle a
e a U me- delo fe usens-



Se sIm at Un &-ft dmelasm m







a par Ino ch ( ith n 1

ie bhate ben thade hereto
l eo und fr the lack
S ru M the prao ctble rvat.
8 I les St beaby or age












cAiurlng of tlue-e diabt.P The
S eal4pet acid n. a dr Metin of
lap m erl) kin barecheg a

m aeter thet~ ed e u me pro
Stress Id ca-e dwitee as die-k








*be= inoBult- o withb lp rtor
Me ob otlstov oand me thbark.
t tae t rme staoch horw a lhan





AJinal Indu,,trialist. Pro( John
in carr)ing on a foydinl rtet
o determ I e be e cme of prto
beef In Floridants for the lack

d peltg of thee diseases. Tihe
at Is also ascertaiing the














St amount of fertilrs valu of thal
o s wi stand without injuryeal for




prodleu ofca a wich beauee
ot leaaolorad a dropin4 of
rach asariui. ftory large
te i lustoiae unero the dark.
)T Anal ndustrialist. Prof John
t. lra carr rding up battle afeednd test
Fiortbida ortown fead Hereford
a to deta mproineI the acost of pro
beefFlorida Ftockl orida. The ropat ro
can be alcomposd ofad teir fre

twhkh gi as satisfa story result


aow the comparative value of ran
a and ottased Guineal for


product. oa The velvet bean

arttd aoy ma are fed along
bra. ad sorghum allage. This
c a eonmet atlom of the dairy
made dariag 1907 and 1908.
ratio. with Mr. A. L Jack
of Gainesville. aO upeprlnent is
Sm grading usp cattle and








rwed. soy teaa. Kudsu rlne


, sweet potato. cassava and
The Lyom beau ba been found
equal is yield to t elvet
bsut edi1a teal of it bave aot
S mad The Ivi Tla ree
2 ia6 e apean- nto ba


W m. 0~ e1 so


!A -f Wr r 9 i.I, .,
is- b a 4 .i v r ) # A f.. T 1
vInathe *n'l.A vi T
mol )Iti I Ir *.: "
met g,9 r ttj.- 'er- ,.
.n'''hvn Ii' S.'i:-rii'r .e I (Sei t-
fth h~r I- 11-


Cj*, 'c -, L. i c


II
*t '- ,. C


*- .' f4: I~ c-I


abr~ut t .,f I9II, n a\ .r i. t.r* c ? r .
..pray d funri :n nialo c nranle n r,~ teill'thei .f t:.* I.'!, ti, it l. i i th
simr e la t July iler-r+ .!- ,*
In the Botanical I 1h-prtmint. Mr ih'h ra:idlatt.- for n a:-' .i1 h.t
R. Y. Winters Is making a thor',ugh tw**l hard a .it w ik aid The\ will gK,
botanleal study of the velh,t h-.in. into t' clit,.-t en Tuii. -'. nmoring
the Lynn bean. ard f ,ur;o-n iot'*r ePrh 'oiIld'dntt ,of *elicto,
related beans. many of which are un- Two candidat-' hai- letw-I a;itntounl
known In the markets. but may l e. ed for the position of m.iiyor but
fomd usefhl in Florida. They are neither mem to be artlire alfte.r getting
bein- rows I the leld and studied the office and practically no car\as
da to their botaLne characters, and has been indulged in up to the present
by ees breeding. Seletlons are also time.
0ea0 *1 s frmr the Salamander Im. Following is the list of candidates
p d letter. to obtain a mew train to be voted for and all qualified voters
rela f to lettue i drop (daimpia should avail themselves of the oppor-
S) tualty ad vote for their choice:
Pfty-v aretki of tomato aad For Mayor-8. J. Burnett, Horatio
gta varitI ofe -plats are bea DavU.
-l" I the bertleltral grouds. Fo Marshal-B. T. Arow. C. C.
P am sM ad eraIl vearetlea aofwre.
tembpm***S Wb ob s tried. A seeeorw. dM. rsdor, a.
I IIL. Colea .


TRADES EXTRAVAGANZA."

A P9eeBlM-ng vetI Amleusly Anti



an w is W IUi l c"Mmd ImWl mF
Mus lot i beg sh me-.s


travgmm- l wLckh for eaaomen- al
rm wll aa asocal. the entire
peltMlem of G1ainoville Is exhibiting
unuoal iteoret.
Wbh the eurtaia rise on the grand
arch whreln a balf hundred of our
eitra yeah, fair maldes and hand.
sme ladles participate, each costume
nt a eor with the various lines of
wara represented. presents one of the
most lsptriag scenes ever presented
o a Galnesvlle stage.
Every jingle. every song. every
ceene or stage setting I a an dvertise-
meot.
To mention all the vaudeville nunm-
ber would require far too much
space. but every one v-ies with the
other in points of interest. and to say
the whole affair s novel, new. and
repllete with the hnumiorous. arti-ti
and snappy. would ein thein cn:l\-'\
hut a slight idea of sh.it this ex trat\;
ranza really i. so the. l et ian -
to buy your ticket f(r We-die'-da i
night. April lith. and you will n ,i
be dis.ai olt(,<-d

Mr. Arnow's Reply.
(;aine?- ,ill'. Fla Apri! 1 I- '
To the Kditor of The KIlkrator Iin
your *isue of the' th ini-t alpp.ar.- ;ai,
article iu the c-elitortil c'oluinc l ll r -
er'-lnce' to candidates'. for .air- hal .at
the coening ily elt cl-tn ll hih I ;a
a candidates (an ali-w r uitlho, t ht,-i
tanc
In regard to blind tiK'r''" and other
violator, of the law if I am -le (*'ct'd
to the office of City Marr-hal I prol4,ip.
to do my whole dut) without fe-ar or
favor of or toward any Ipe'roln or clal,.
of person. and I pledge ni> honor to
be diligent and watchful at all tinlle.
to see that every official dut. of the
office is faithfully discharged
Thankful for past factors. I re..lp-ct
fully solicit the support of cae-r%
person who is in favor of good lgourn
meat. Very respectfully.
SEN T ARNOW

Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe-
guard against serious results from
spring colds, which Inflame the lung.
and develop into lnerumonla. Auold
counterfeits by insisting upon halig
the genuine Vole)' Honey and Tar
which contains no harmful drugs J
W McCullum A Co

Keep your eye on the wait adl.
There enay be ionL.thing adctrliued
which is of Interest it you.


Par Cod-tor-T. 3DlBi. Sr.
FTr Clerk'and Treaser-J.M. Dnl.
For Amderam-C A. Colelough. J.
A. Ooodwvl H. L Plfer and W. T.
Pond.
Member Board of Pablie Wormk-H.
I. Taylor.
Dear-es Cannot as Cored
By local applications, as they can-
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. Tbere Is only one way to cure
deaf6ne. and that is by constltutlonal
remedies. Dea nessa i caused by an
nflamed condition of the mucous lin
lan of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed. deaf-
ness Is the result, and unless the in-
fammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition
bearing will be destroyed for,'e%-r.
nine cases out of ten are cau.- d b%
catarrh, which Is nothing hut an in
flamed condition of the niu(ou-
surface*.
We will giKe, o)ne Hurdr.dl Idlwllar-
for any cam-e of ci. ;.ftlre-- i.;au*d t.%
rat.arilh that car;Liin t he tit r ..l ,I'.
Hall's Catarrh Cur.- S. nd for cir
,i;l :r-. (fr .e
F J I'HIEN: Y & (CO). T.' .! ()
Sold (*> druggi-ti <
Tak.- l a:l.- Faiiiii '. ll f. r i>-':
I atoin.
News of the Bog Store.







A ll. r ,. j a Il t .' T ,:

ithi. i Ii at 11 t hi a a .1 11111 ..
traf r alt l lr -torl '.l- .- i, r

lli' ,tl ur ioi ,,i rtlil it% %l ,-t ,e i#o t l,
v All r.; jo f ti f t here tL < ( t I l..' l. i i
ciouIte, r%.. at N. V ,rk or l 1. rki*r.-
rh- latelat l I tr aud l i r and the fu
1,rip. of th.' wurld ar,. h.-ret lrHdui d.
4i lll all at ,eotinI) iricl -
tr ndin a on ll the- It- l Pail- t r. Ik
izn other the nianimrnth \lotor- of .Uitll
ful lmrchadis.e Ithe writer add h with
e.mlha'Itl. th,' moot beautiful ,olloctll
cf dry Igof sl n all the nSouth h r tir
Iunt r at rk or 1. I Irit

One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At lallat ih o it a )ri

l dir ('ng n th l., oii .tairhl b6 lik


fu and rch theld ,) writer Juhaddh l
;:H and :,"< Hold ti> W M1 Johiiron


i~ '(47
J^~Y 4


Ly GCIIII

mSD


0

&fersonlan

Full o Dash and Stye-the
equal of a custom made shoe
Severything but the price.
It his the rame
wear resiting.
Sdape -retaining
qualities that have
MSde &Wrrs SME
u urn ur


PceU
a mma ow*


for -. U A W '11
f_ weam LemZe ---U
med isd. 51SPINumeb ofw
WITT*S SHOES6.CI r o
drmu d makedIn=
dam am =a M" dwk l6&6 maL mDY

Pm ME B


ALL LIADIING NOI OIALURS


Oso. 3. wwr m-u CO.. M"a- L us-.-Vs.


THEDUTTON BANK


6%B uq ob, d -


NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


Sums of )Oe Dollar and upward will Ie
received onl deposit in thia department.
Ilntre-t at the rate of 4 per ct. per annurm.


-BANKING Iii 'URS-9 A.


M'. to :1 1'.


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THE ENT ASTER EGG


HAVE YOU SEEN THE


MONARCH?


A Sarsaparila free from Alcohol
islwWl a tanic? No! Do" it mi"tie the blud pure? NoI Dan
It i.dheM the meiv? No! Is Ayer' Saruapaa a toni?
YLea =fak w th, bood pure? Yel DoesM wt-rwegbn
SMsrws? Ces 5y nkl d our dnctoryo uam M oE
I a .- bplty medkcfrim. nilvi hIs ad**. LkIX.a I


that colntain-
alil,. like all


SgOIl4 tsgg, ainy' insuranll(e

C M'li 10 4. tptii tl lxl j )ll Its



-l~ COflIln lt.!ea, tile ilt-

11id6ortuiit' o)%*rtakle any
-Of tile Iio1eirs Of Our poli-
cies the recipient has se-
curlty t*( ual to U. S. boudI


5D UMA. M Ag k, fM


Wlrlirl,


\


M.-


L~i thet ont.
good ineat.31


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T fK gktjY MITI:: 144I14VILLV, FLORIDA. APRIL 11, I9O


LOSINGDAYhcIdr. ,. eur'oIi.g lt It myo.a
100 6ea DUttomnt slui caroolo. brin. In the' mite'
S r\4-p contalninx their I1.ent'a, siftr
OF 6 UT HIMVAL mIm fr nIo4le4wit sad Imlditafloeral
f-c rui.u .%t -. 111 11 ,g111 'tI e;' "% '-e,4
3mvit~ A? Am~m&14 ill pro at h mid iedi l.Aiuii -i..r t:i. A ;'.t


PROVE INTERESTING.

Services Will *1 Held at the
s Churches for Today.


Large Conregations Expected.


lat night's congregation at the
Iaptsat church %as good for 8atur-
day night. One young lady was re-
ceived and baptized at this service
The sermoo was fne and singing up
to the casual very high standard.
Putor Rogers and people look for
a great day'a service today, and It Is
safe to predlct the speaker a"d sing-
ers will be honored by large ad ap-
preclative congregations at all serv.
esa.
Dr. Martin has proven himself a
great Bible teacher and the great
trutbes he has presented from time
to time will last beyond this life.
Mr. and Mrs Schofield have won
the heart of everyone who has heard
them. It is a great pity two such
people as these cannot make their
permanent home among us Every
city needs just such people .Ma. dae
not hope the% will come again
At the Churches
First Itaptist Chulrch. ReH S It
Rogers-S imda. school. 9;:::o a ni
Sundae. school mass meeting lo
o'clock conducted by ReH T T Mtar-
tin. Preaching.i. 1 .:31 a nl bh? Re
Mr Martini. pslki'eal sIIR 'g seri, h.vb
Mr aid Mrs Schofteld Junior U
ion ; :; p i. n At :::;lr there will te
a great goalwl niass meeting and song
service at the Tatwrnacle At T ::3
Ip mi. the last of the serie.. of wser
ices in progress at this church will
he held at Taltwruacle The' e.ntlire
cit) are re-que-sted to join us in this
hervicie and lpay nte siweaker anld sing
trs the great cooiimliment they aso


SONG S
WILL

special I
Variou


richly eril after r HobilMnson arrived in Ilihe city
Holy Tritil C ('hurt. R i II ho ais- im. the etltr-ra;tina rmailll r'cebi
Holy Triniti Churhhr Rev V I11 t< '"*^*"K alid r*ii*'h
Craighill Ka.str Sunday -This morn- 1i thl c(are of lph hisicis aind train n-d
ing there- will ie. a celebration of theo' Is n'isalit" Without ialh ai iih isitu
hol. communlio at ; a n. and a ai anitari se t ri
s e ld -elebration at a i;at d a 'ffec 'ild car- itll ii.th io-- '- I''i-g ii
Whilh e-r i'ic.c Ii ItoL\' I:dlwilI i ; !'i '.- wciuld l ollt of ithi- illlt ticilli
\W |I Ie I lih-li h of Flt riedla ill Mi.s L H lan- o" f Floral ('its etc
I.e the i ,r.: her t 4 p the an t t 4 I II h i t h r atte- aiiri WIlo si .ea
i K I. 1. 1,r4 ier .1 eil el I ar Ill -1iu)i' l ot f l 'orri~(oiva. arrive d \i e l
i 8 i r iis irli t' il l ll;lllarll -hop retuni li l
Mchauical WAill i. IIt 1 1 at a 1-laO th .- 1-re-t iia e
11or- W llli l l ('l-l il hr ,m l h
r' r \ K iiti .f. \, ol Y,,k wl ie
SEE OUR "' '11 t I;,. 11111 ll:l.i

NEW
N WE I ri .1 .. ? k I .Hlln \| .t *I

LINE ., .... ,, ,
,:
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White Mountain


Glass-Lined




,4
Re frigeratrs



I i


Wnak Uf


- 1 -,


Bos


may become rf e strol men
Some of the trot men to-day
were sickly boys years ago.
MMy odth emceived


Sctt's Emulsion
thik mhes kmm... This hd

w dcMc boys I

R M iema -M pser tad9y.
Lds mfi wSle.o m pdrt Ad



SPEIAL O--- -L of
h C ]- ai d i hi

S PsIL LO IwA .

SPECIAL LOT SALE.


till, 1 rite l of e itiirtriim.;tai
I-'lr.t 're-l to, l.at i ('lriinch ItI. T
I' 1.if, M -,1'rii I, '-,rT 1 lif$ .;I g -IIlI
j,(.e t 4) le~. ta' I (tel 'filE ali I 1e. t,,
je e f eod IWt \ e,- a dI|( l, I1
A aIo- It ;; :'*.i it i t Sabll>ath
ichooil. levsosn itop(l '. PeterI Ik'llk 'r'ed
from Prison 'No" eninig service ac-
count Evangellstic mass meeting
Advent Christlan Church. Elder .1
T. Johnson-Preaching 11 a m. and
7 30 p m Subh)ect for morning.
Stones and Hesurrfcttionst" subject
for night "'The Two Rreurrectlons "
Young peoples' meeting at 7 p. mn
Sunday school at lo a I1 All cordial-
ly Invited.
Pirst Methodist Church. Rev F. R
Bridges-Sunday school 9:30 a m.
Preaching at 10:43 a. m. and at 7:30 p.
m Leaguep :30 p. m.
8t. Patrick' Catholic Church. Rev.
P. J. Lynch-MaNa will be held at 10
a. i. Devotion of the Holy Rosary at
p. m

SANITARIUM NOTES

Ii H King of Morrliton i Imlrot-
ing rapidly. and will Iw able to re-
turn to his home in a short while
The little infant of Mr and Mrs
W'illialms of Mhllclanopy is noi much
10-tt.I.
C. It lodges of High Springs. who
Iinde-rwTeit a serious operation at the
Siiitariumni the first of the c--k. is
inow ientire'l. out of daiger and will
!-' up in a feIw da.s.
Ke .ry effort i? ItbIIK miade to ua c'
the. f(ot of R E 1. Robinson. tIe
|isiular A C I.. rosad-n.mater While
til duty near R ochellh Mr. riobliuon
h;id the misfortune to hat his anlkle
crushed and lacerated by a heav.t
piece of railroad iron lie %as sunt
at on-c- to (lte Sanitariumu for iminie-
diatlr attention Such cases a." thi6
illustrate' in a forcible manner the ua-
solute nece('Nit\ (of sullh an institutions
in the city Withlin fifteen minute-s


I' eitll
lI''
,'1, .0


BURKHIM'S CONTEST.

Sc-,o i h.7kAes Harc.ost-e


T IE


Wataon Realty Company Will Have
Matter in Charge.
W'e call attention to the ad in this
i sue of The Watson Realty Comlpany.
"the people that sell a lot a minute "
They will hold tao auction sales of
real estate in Gainesville on Wednes-
day. the 14th. The first salU w ill be
In the morning at It' 3:1 at which time
they *will sell .,to lots iln the sub-di-
isihon known as West leld This tract
of land is esln'ially d*esiralhlea as anl
inllestmllentI. as th'. lots are large
eniouKgh to Ipit two houses on. and
the rents front them will more than
take care- of the- pa.limelnt on the lot
te ides mnakingi an ideal investment
This pIroliwrtl is ee.'wciall. for color
A'd and we hope( a rlarxe nullmlier of the
colored citizens will arail thmniseles
of the oplollI(rtunilit to Ibu these lot4 at
their owni pIrice Th.e white Iu.err
knowt s a good thing ahen he- sees it
and will Iw (lhrre in inunibm to take-
adantageo of (the low pIrhie-,
The afternoon .sale a ill Imw at :: :{
oni the property known as ('ollege
Park which lies inlnmediately. in front
of the, I'nis crsitv. and will we sold to
alhitle I. -olle onl. Iladles are c-slp
call ivited Ito Iw present, and ht
telephoning 134 a carriage a ill call
for them without charge-
The' aliboe sales will te' strictly ionl
th.e s.piare taindl e err lot offered aill
tw scold regardle--. of price
IIandtcinlme lle-r Eoiiinlair- will tio
gmailen ;ia;i dcrinlg Itath sale'. Tlihesc
oi%* nr-. a.re on di-pl illn t lhe i linl
(oW s oil It.odif word's di n *g-el The
mIlietlh.tu II.-l( l i lIIIim I,\ The. %'at
- mil It, .iltl i4>f.,h\ -* *n v 'l .1111!


II
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C \\5 !
1. i;i


A Hjrr1 U;) N e'w.


'-I


, It.


Cooper & McKee


Opelite


Refrigerators

Lined throughout

with Neptune lining,

the best non-conduc-

tor for heat or cold.



GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


I th r W ait I'. I

i I. sdI.'t-l I th' I4'j~ II Ifl


I 1 I 1 I .1


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a'~~ Iit*2 Si iiJ 'ee, ul' r e'- i

V %, W ll'EV41. & 1eo
hW." 'I (aoL. -ilie HerIwarr-
si V'5 1 ul1.1 L6isl

west advortiasis i h
you ma arsi. "a it which yam
a" drl g your ple "a a prposm
t d mu esire dsstismu


.2-I a


I. I VuFM


10 jte


ra'A l'.t eof Iqul


CfhlIM W. AKE SICKLY
M.Ptber- ab'. %A jr ttlo'f W eeeMfor 644
th e gr.la b ul I.r- r oh,&gf bbuid s900 fbe
wtibthoul sta I utboi r Iltr 0 ftwe tPipe
der*ue 16Chaimearva ur -400Lbferodgh'ual t" a"
am pseI '(rosa ie (WI'Ax Curh it@ rhbeua
(tosUmLa e TUha Ltausders. Hosdiwbe
sWW %vsob TbWrta THPbK X )W[lw8
bus % 6"00406F rbwo A WIW te.ba
W!A bO abe S Wsbx u "1 0"606a bij W a-
&so A.4We5a uini bLA &a 11I


DEuS aOIsLm
CIaW(IWN U. PIA

___. ___ _


(;
WITH


DAVIS & OLIVER

lol. -


Buggies, Wagons
and All Teams
S I .. i e,*' y iil e.
ID a I 'r & .1 I Oi,-l livl
l v is .,' "' .v'' r. l-' -t alhie e



Davis & Oliver


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Warren Replies.
Editor Sll .M. amtt 'entioi has
I-ienl called ito ;in ;irli( e aplpeariiig in
thie- w. kl I>.ki|s r iandl Ias t oere, is tiot
iethlle i -,l e i! it I 100for e 'leotio i. I

i kl ill1l \ liter < ihtatilll .- l-- f rlli) Ws
I liie %. l l i,. It li. % f ller t-b


Il- I j '.i I l k le ts t e e e:l ,

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T. F. THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LNe OF
New 0000S....



8503 3ESTK TOUBMTODm.
/ /ow io 03rocz.
SS"ow meow&s

aL"e. We ow1 sev womm" Wii
-5-e .'~s' w

OJmvUI.~ Phe


The Title Question

'?


A.\ y U (of It 1' IlillllHnr
who are afraid that
I .llr. i- -iIn,. effect t in
thicir title-, and with
that for an <'x<-iie re.
fu.-' t lhave. an Ab-
rtruct of 'I'itle' S'nd
for our FREE loklet
onl "'The Title qu.a-
tion." Ibm an"mM
Uas wh eM eMI.
We have the infornm-
tion ion YOUR title.
---CONSULT US---

Mu sAcUMnWeM PIW
tJewinvtllU, irud


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:1 .- i1 I ,It ,I A I -


NO CHANGE MADE BY VESTM

LEADERS SATURDAY
WE AK- U11
MISS ELLIS CONTINUE TO OAIN ON DS
IN CONTEST.
ft A10816 Pdm
Thursday Will -l the Cloo*ng Day 89.r00 Dlde Counlty, lia.. 4% per
of the Plana Contest Colndctd ('ent due 1921 at 103 .
$10.000 Duval County 6% per cost
by The Sun. due 191-32 at 10.
-- S5.000 OaGlBnsvllo 5 per oeMt M
The piano contest which has bW 1921 at 1en%.
coadcted by this papeorfor the past Ol. High prba per Met 19
four moethe Ls sow on Its last week. at I0.
ror the next few days many vote $10.000 Jacksovilo S per e M
will be cast Don't forget the places at 10%.
that will give you votee-Galnesvillet Il1.i Jackasov 5 per i at m MW
Hardware Co.. Phlfer Brothers. Hyde at 12%
& Terah and The Sun. Read adver- lAk *.e City 6 per am I
tisement for full particulars. 19 Ia 11.
Lately sone of the composa takes
from the paper have beea coming l I1 3 a "
r$1.14 Msarne Coast. Pa., per
very roughly trimmed and votes from $&W 11 a cu s.
the different merchants foled as stre 1 tSS To
small as possible. As the last few (Aerve lrs t tl t le L)
days will be heavy it would be muh eh k stocks thr g t the S
appreciated by the management of k
this paper If all who cast the votes ma on.
will see that they are trimmed as t Naval
neatly as osimlble and not folded any stars o ps per uet vh al
more than is necessary to get the moths. We have N shares ar s
1ieothi. We haT -M IT 'a
ootes In the ballot box. at $14 a shar. This compa
at $140 a -are. Tbin ompay ebB*n
Following i1 the standing of te lled at $2,50.000. B a mrple of
candidates. S2.20.We.
Mls lurian EKlls, city ...1.94.230 Wire Ua your orders.
M.t I terslie Ihpree. city ...1.#8t2.945
Mlts Catherine Halle. city... 1.304.495 S jE & E
Mliss Florrie Strickland..... 99.100
Miss M Ilaughtrey. city .... 243.015 Mutual Lifs lies
Mins Mary McCormick. city.. 121.6 5
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city ... t1.30, *
Miss Nannie IDckinson. city 37.725
S lIs Alma Fennell. city...... .',.000
Mir Julia Carter. city...... 70.X10
Miss A. Groff. Newberry..... 39.0"0 iss ot
Mius A Strickland. Waldo.. 35.065
Miss Jessie Kvans. city...... 34.230
Miss Katelle Heal. city.. .. 33.8
Miss Enmm Hudson. city.... 2690 t0S Ul S1
Mis. Annie Ieville ........ 22.190 1 i -b
Mis EKI'ena Star. Waldo..... 22.590
Mrs. I Ware. High 8lpring.. 15.505
MIls Goldie Lambert. city .... .470 U *
Miss LIszie Sheplard. Iell... 6.006
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... .590
Mrs A W. Sargent. city r.56:.,
Misa M Fernaudez. city..... 4.245 b
Miss Mary Thigpln. city....... 3.l50
Miss I, Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.86 II50 IwI R1i
Miss Ruby Albright.......... 4100











THn DAILY 8UE: GAINBVILLB, FLORIDA, APRIL 11, 1909


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tmdrparoavie rtVe Na"sinif a






e gs "-Mr ft tata w ble-Mpla
ao IareCs ra the S.e
adadd "Tehes ae pearse ar









lin- v "o tw ea erin
l-- ito uweld eto -l-



f e t at Thura a

f Ite t po II t















and- ie ra. a i alUns
of t h b f ti

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Slal s holdLc aom dlaw e
a te pe pai eIt Mh




tr roe es lyhin: a r"ea -

."e ad o eate d that de certr
oh atacnd who.ern o rated |te
at Hito roohis of the we i



Sbill aOurogd e e distinct ve

trryf Ha a reports as Teria a
rofa the arcnte rondhis at aen
LoMan re d that a Ierwteasi-

r Colhlcas t blor the I. a
ad adds. "This appa.brs au
t In ieaof the experience
0 recent governors. al

bill ltroducedd by Inettor Will
of Levy aunty at 'Thursday'b a
of the oI"'te provides hath
ir |be urla ut lyor hlite t ir- .
to atted seteriualned o c Alord
cad vic versa. This case i
Jsa cktoodr Hetropolls to as t
t is to become of the circus II



been earned ln a letter to ase-

the recent yainlas at lea-


iomeats of a number of Galnes
's eaterprislns business houses.
roequts a careful perusal of each C
very reader of the paper. Pro-
ive merchants make a progress-
city, and many have long since
.e convinced that the Judlelous
of newspaper space is the priiicl
factor In making cluoer the rela
Between the store and the' trad
public

aa)ur Stu) of Atlauulic ('(ll i;tha r
d that th- ulad UiJle d \''.nu:,-
Halou-es tIhat the ip ri.at( Ili< ail
are WOul tu Imutmiel uli Irh. ,h ., atl
rthe board salk shall bI. prto-rl. k
Slied alun d iuadl.e tuicrs i ald othie
series, or the artists ill be pinch
by the police. says The Iaianlahl h
sa. The call for more eitxndtd
riesl. it set-am. includes oil> )hir'
Sof saad. I'ndraped fgurea unj
aad are all right.


SI"TOSIAL COIRISPONOINCE

TALLAWASSEL April e* --loth
bem of the legislature adjourned
fta rway to MNeday, sad with
1ma of the member either at their
homea or hi JackMonvlle for the brief
recrea Tallahaasse is very quiet to
day and both home people and visitor,
are preparing for Raster Sunday to
morrow. As usual. during the Ir- la.
tive sessalo. the churches resting
amoan the old red hills of Loon will
be crowded and the ermnons naore
than usually Imprevalve.
lioth houses are now organlxed. the
committees named. the preliminary
routine arcomplishea and the Fkarida
laclshIlte of 1.09 ls ready to settle
down to real business antd earlnest
wort on Monday
Already numerous bills hat\ Ibeit
Introduced and referred to ptoper t on
an. aay of these bills being of
td nirM II aportance. while others
are purely of a local nature. Already
the LElgslature has gone on record
a favorlag economy of the strictest
sort ad If preliminary indications
Ma be reoed upon this Legislature
WI, Ia this respect at least, leave aa
easeIt reerd behind It.
Amesa mu-sty fared very well In-
d4d h committee appointments.
Ja Car ter as been made chair-
*E o the Committee on Eduaetion,
d' is aso a member of the Comlt.
t*M Jdteilry ead Coastitutlonal
AmeNmimata. IaH T. A. Doke has
bae M a to .t* Committee on
Cl-a e I. il aMd Leaisative
ia-m m NOCeary is chair
-ii Ie soaate Comaitteei aU Mi.
MIn a"d Mineral Reres and ti
als a memb- a t e CEmmttee on
caety Orlatton. Indiea AtAIr.
me PuttseHaash
The Alau delegation have al
ady ltrodueed averal bills to say
nothing of others ia course of prepa-
ratn. The Hone bill Introduced by
Mr. Doke. relative to school books, the
opaston bill to that Introduced by
astor McCreary In the other branch
of the Leilature. has been referred
to the Committee on Eections and has
alredy provoked quite a fair amount of
latere~t. The delegation are now all
amftably settled at their different
beardg-house and are all in good
trim to look out for the interests of
their Alacha county constituents.
leader MCreary and son, Elmer.
who is the meassaeer of the Senate.
are located at Mrs. Greenhow's on
Mauroe street, where Mrs. McCrenrry
will Join them about the 20th.
The State Board of Control isa sched-
uked to meet In Tallahessee today and
an Important session Is proliable.
There is still nore county divi-ion
talk In the air Senator Hudsona e-
terday introduced a bill creating Ihe
new county of Palmn lisach. This i,.
the proposed new county which the-
prestw of the Stite has ge*'tierall illsg
Iet'ted tbe named after Mr FlagKlr
here is also talk of anothorlir isew
o)Unty made from a slicer oWf bIoth .Ma
rion and Sumter As boIh Ith. .- ia
actor and Represe'ntativ' frmni thle Iro
IwMsed new countI arc' olppoa-e.d to, the.
measure,. and wtry e tronIKly a-. hle.r'-
is of course no chalncw' for rsce e's.s
It is said should ithe .w e-ouit) I.-.
formed. at sonie tinar inI the' future-
W'lidwood would bI mllade' the. couit.
teat.
The flrsl oratorical gKuna of tlhi pr,-
hlbitlon legislation ill be fired on
Thursday. the Itb, at 11 a n1i O()
motion of Senator Ieard yesterday
senate Bill No. l; wa.. withdrawn
froMn the further coulderation of the
'opamittlee on Tempewrance and tmad.'
the special order for the day and hour
mentioned. This iprovldes for Hlat'-
wide prohblbition by lellgltlatc enact-
Bent. the Senator claiming ii electi
that an amendment to the coulltltu
tion to arrive at the e(nds de.,irc.d Is
not absolutely necessary


Governor Oilchrist has decided on
the evening of Thursday, April 22. a.
the date upoU which the usual G(o\er
uor'a reception will t t'elld.r..id It h
ime rult.r of the' le-gi.lature .nid litaulnii'h d 'laitorv

Admiral Scihle ,. Ai .ii lis. \-I ciatI
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If you have loat or found anything
Jo aot tail to keep your eye on the
clauled advertUsing eoaal


THE I, A. L. DEPOT.

The follow nl order has been mad@
by the ltate Railroad Commisston Ir.
the matter of the construction of a
Snew depot at (klanestlle by the' IBea
Board railway:
"O(rd r No. 2';o--Iklefore the' Railroad
Co'inmlism itsu re of tlI.- Sttelc of
Florida
"Ii Ithe nmatter of the i'tititimt rela
St't' o t'he c nlt rane tin of I a ,pain.'eng'r
deulot at (aiane'siille. 'klorida. a station
on the lii(n of the Sealtard Air I.ir
railway
'Tho- HRec-l\c rs of the k-aboard Air
ILine railway. by Hon. Georl.1 P.
Haney. division counsel. havlilx api
plied to us for an extension of the
time flxed in Order No. '.;1. dated
Fenruar.v y o. 1!1!9. for beginning and
'rioniple-tiaiK a new IpaLsng'r depot at
(ainesvilll,. Florida; and it .plw-aring
that the depot ordered by us requires
the nmakingK of new plans and procur-
ing new bids. It In ordered that the
said Receivers shall have sixty days
from the date of this order In which
to begin work on the said passenger
depot, and that the same shall be
completed within four months from
the same date, and Order No. 211 is
thus modeled. but otherwise confirmed
In all other respects. Ilue prints of
said depot shall be submitted to us
before work is begun.
"Ordered In open selon at our
oice. In the city of Tallahassee. this
7th day of April, A. D. 190. .
"R. HUDSON BURR. Chairman.
"Attet: 8. I. COBB. Secretary "
The origllal order Ia the above
matter required the railroad company
to -comence the work of coaatructlo
of a new depot within thirty days and
complete the same withi sixty days,
but after further consideration of the
matter the above extension of tme
was granted. This delay has been
brought about on account of the rall-
road being In the hands of receivers.
The delay is to be regretted, but It
will result In the erection of a much
better depot building than was first
contemplated, and the public will be
the gainers in the long run. No fur-
tber delay will be tolerated by the
Commission. and our people can now
rest assured that we will have a new
pai enger depot at the 8. A. L. sta-
tlon within the next four months.

Rheumatism.
More than nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism are simply rheuniatimii
of the muscles. due to cold or danip.
or chronic rheumatism. In such ca'e.-
no internal treatment is required The.
free application of ('hamnblrlaini' I. Lni-
ment is all that is neededd. and it i-
certain to give' quick relief. (;i~, it
a trial and .'e for your-l'f how ('uirck
)l it r.llwcvs the |>:ain and sor-ne The medliciesa usually gi hen interii
ally for rhet-iiati.-iii are Ipoisonous or
,.ry ist ronti mld ic(ines. The-y arc-
(ir.-' tliani is u el. -- i n casess of (tcirorici
ancd iiu l.a' ir i hriirn:tiism. F r i-.ial
ly ull drtiKg Jit,.

Ti l.' -. ,; illl pt ( d-.i er,, -.;1i| 1 >i
lhr isaidnlii trip tr-omi .lli< k-u< \ allt' l11
llataana Thur.sdatv uali a full I'h.e aniii v wlll l ;i'. re e.r titI (eir tsni/., i
in .la(k-.on\i ill,' aziul ihad. fair to I,,.
In a filinal i.a l e. c
ginsiiiiin

Read the want ads. la today's Sun

THE PrOPLE ALL


la Cheres Cre Uid e le g Newb

This word of late has been In every-
one's mouth, and many) ar wundering
shat thie word slnifies. though no on.
has )yet been found, who will deny that
SeKWHlHO'8 HERPICIDE does the worse
Well. for thae information of thousands of
pe-.pie who Uke to know all about a Iood
thing we would say that IIEIPICIDE
merain a destroyer or killer of "lerpes."
Now lerlwst" is the family name of a
disease caused by various vegetable par-
ailieur A sinillar micrube causes dan-
druff it, hinu scalp. and falling hair. this
tI the niah.lrbe that NIWIIRs)' IIKRPI-
Cl(1,: irumptly destroys; after which the
hair irrows. "mld by leading drurgists.
IMend IN,< In stamps fur sample to The
lerrplicide Co.. Detroit. LMch.
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TOL. XXVI, NO. 55 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SI'NIDAY. APRIL, 1, 1909 TEN CENTS A WEEK



Su IIThe Easter


TWO HAPPY KIDS ON EASTER MORNING.



Song of the Resurrection Mom

(After Rchard Le C.Glienne.)

AWAKE, fond heart, and sing an Easter song
1 To the sweet anthem of returning bird
And swelling bud and pale ascending blade
Add the last word.
Drear was the winter and the waiting long.
Heart, there were hours, indeed, thou wert afraid,
So long the spring delayed.


A WAKE, fond heart, and go thou forth and sing!
Unite thy voice to all this music sweet
Of opening leaf and busy, building wing
And falling showers;
The murmur soft of little lives newborn,
The armies of the grass, the myriad feet
Of marching flowers.


S HUT in the winter's alabaster tomb,
So white and still the sleeping summer lay
That dead she seemed.
And none might know how in her magic side
Slept the young spring and moved and smiled
and dreamed.
R)hold. she w %akes agin arlnd,. o in eyed,
Gazes, in wonder, round the leatf room
,\t the voung flowers. Lpo1n tiI L. lear ddy
A nd ,kFI r i1 (IFr t l, o I'i fliL', ct, arise.
A n f ilr( It'! ( d-ith thoul, too, arise.


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no Should Not be Coufand
With the CommoG
Rabbit.

4) te leartned men
wb can tell
Without t o I,
PiTIC to count
j1-t he -w uall)
Pausagea It
t:aktk to reach
tlhe tit-n nt'q thc
p I :k I ni a,% tilt
t14)AVtaday stun
u 'hr v the lare'
., 'e'iieq at Emit-
to~r%% th liatwheel.
lei-rriw full 4i
egg". But f-Ir
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vt lie 4' lb 114 d I'41
let,:1t i I datteef.aau i li ,ll ?.*ft. Itn i ( Ia l0

.111 4nili heln IIII Irioll %vr'8 1141%-t.
t'j e it it.~tI : el- tir ty i hit a -iti-riq :at 1 11i uN'lt
a tiN-t'e lute Isti rlee irii l fed toi 4iwnta),rgIe
n tie -rtl i re t Ito ti fl..t, trti lti i
lit.re 'lt unt l hi hla!,le-f t h I ai t ee'ur
itt. Ir V.r it le rinti; k a!
't't lI g et.l i tl' ctw :h IInul 't'.t heltft
till) e t. t iac 't l e c lt le. i Ceta
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Ilaii oi t, I a 1, et5 itiitNeijue-tit irt~tirwt-se
itt '.t i o t itef were e%%Pi qt ar ir nd grat 'e.'*'trdTie
ItIt 'le 4ork l i t ie i t.n et
Uteit iftheratleleit i I' tie the haire.. and
lit, hails n theetlt fit teeil t % ithJLa Eater
Titir.. nrete'lii tna re-sli tIII 'theeat wllte
se etIth. mitle-in lt he 5e1:t itt.they Ininfli
the '.t.e'tae'ivit haere fIyca 'lling taIIIt 1
Jeja eL .r J;ie k:.e4.' rnite it.
TItlt 14 iIiiItiv IIieiet Nit Ue',n Ifit, ht" tre
wine!tilt- titttvr.'tiiied raid-Iit 5k roe:t tIn
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Q FhY p4Vdj~ow copwllor.

-YOUNG LIME S ASTIR ON RESURRECTION MORN."

tinre's a 3i4tiare stt 'tifuaiutrd oti tbe IIeleg b:arnyaerbl bets its tial r~utad et qIer dJaiIv
eer if.i aenli titl it I(tlt m44'we tit all unmd. bti knuabold duties S Iw Kmgtlt at lbh
Y'etIIv exur ta.'arui at Ithrt, taalko that ed3 crner grcm-ry. focr tierr is u o ri'oord
mict''rli:L: *Aeat'.t ofeer crilit-c4,t'i~N. eytI. OI tOf the timnaiogs bare ever hiting ea-
itinigh tStinh I tnk tI ldel %s Iie I tihe tI e f of
111, c 1l-:Td ''Ii, a o al titigiac11 d Iand ;urm;1
last. tIhire ha.q
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min 1% hire. or -op5Meii.'it11A teI 1tat'Ilneft
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_THE DAILY SUN: 0AINEBVILLB, FORIDA, APRIL 11, 1909


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GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.


CAPITAL, 1N,8081.00


a SIRPLUS, $35,000.00


Resources Over Three Quarters of a Million

Oc ri[Aci n MA IIS IuL 191 FAClUIlt IN IulEC FFIIrBR A ST n cIRKRATIVnE AK


FOUR PER CENT IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT...


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ct a' care up white pos eInoum tfor
a bttonhole bouquet," declared o e
woIun LaggrsrIey. "As te str
iWhl I ali't oei r se oen. an' mare-
ss I al't eveI heard of. The Ide o'
dieoattna a whole chrchb at this time
o year!"
"I've beard Mis' Bray speak o' nar-
elssa." -id a woman reoetlvely.
"she that was the orist's wife. you
know. An'. come to thtak. she's likely
a master hand at this decorating' bsi-

-Who Is Mrs. Bray?' asked the min-
later quickly. "Pertaps abe can help
me out with this. t'urious I have not
beard of her before."
"Ob. I don't know." dryly; "folks sort
o' die away frou the world after theI
go Inno the poorhouse. MIs' IHray'
husband was for gettln' on. so be went
to the city it' learned the florlat's
trade. For a tlie le done well. Then
his hbtalnesis broke. an' he died. An'
Lis wife '- *. II ; ; I:.'r- :r lived up
whAt little she had After that there
was nothing' but the poorbouse."
"Well. we will find her." eagerly.
"Will you so with n. Mrs. Perryr'
"Why. yes: I don't mind If I do.
Cynthia Dray was as murb of a lady
as anybody round."
The next afternoon the minister's
buckboard stopped in front of the
poorbose. and he and Mrs. Perry
alighted. Several men and boys were
slouchlng about the yard. and on a
beach near the door were four or ove
old women. Mrs. Perry looked them
over critically.
"Not there." she declared concisely.
"Cynthia wouldn't grow to look like
that. We'll go In."
In answer to their knock a hard ea-
tured woman came to the door.
"Mis' Brayr' she repeated. "Ob.
Aunt ('ynthla. as we call her. Is a good
worker. so we keep her lu the kitchen.
I don't s'pose she's had a %iltolr afore
la five years. Won't you cilie It';'"
They eatered. Five linutelnir Iosled.
then a little old notmuan. lithl a depr-
('atory manner, stole softly lilnt the'

"ltld- did yiou wlsh to see me?" she
asked treiuloUJily.
Mirsl Prrt r pr:in: forwnrtl In quis k
furgetfulinel of the lneliensinsurable (11
tance which lay between her nalsl po
sitilon anid the ipoorhIuse
"Why. you lwr wuil." sheo riol syiyn
Ip thl'tlc'al!y. *'h w ,old y ',I rgr a
My hair ain't el'puiain t turn yiet, anI
here your'n is perlfetly i liitL'
"I't'* lwrn a loai-n (ti.e sin. e you nnd
I wT'ri' yoUli:.,' ani us'ere lislte old,1
man cgently Thrn slite cili.rudl wi1
sutld'de ren'lit'n:lransel altd drew hersi il
up matlly.
"Ils there aiii. thlr' I canl d., f. *, rt u'*'
bhe IbkL* d
"('umie. 'C, ynthl; don't talk th:bt I
say." re te, rv ir e.l ,d Mr- l'PTrr "' .u
kni,, fciriiie s' %r'i ls' : itn a lb i.ia x i.rk
Iit' :is is' 19 a gCe1.l pli-. 4 fr. i ,**i'

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fuer sen 1s the aneeh'mI elumd ateut e r-I'r
-wilUteiy. Itmokliall at 'ie I. set her a Ila iih i -il i -
Ink. ejUest Isslugavow i.- r
'I go s )seIU'I basich tee4I) f U'.- li- Iew-
Kr-l~ e.- ei4V of *tas-'l b .1,4.11sa I'.I t ,
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steel over her face. Imutlsivelty and grawped both ber
"It lan't easy to decorate without hands.
anything to decorate with," she saki "1 cannot tell you how much you
tremulously. "In the city we uoed tio hare helped me." be mid eairnetly
hare palms and Easter lllles and no 'The decorating has been a perfect
end of ferna and delicate things te success, and It Is all owing to you.
bank with." But there is another thing I wish to
"But there aret the wood."" suggest *'" -': nftr?. Vy hrneekpepr In a hont
ed the minister desperately. "I notice i t Ienre. and I need some one to take
lots of pretty things on my walks." h Ier Iplace. Will you come and look
'*-t i'n mn fn If r ne to tke charge after the parsoniag-and me. too. for
of tlhe d*-or-'ting'" she asked. thint in hitter "
**Yes. out Iof t.,ourl withi plenty ofll I the i 'i tliir ll.h h'bl


help "
lie turned hastily and glHncedl
thr<,,iah ti'- wnindsoew. Soinething rce
turn, In the exrwrewtican on the so|l
wernllli'S f:;e 4* mi-'o' him loe coannlntil
of hilnimelf fr a i':i;s.nit.
"''.el'l. I hi:11l vieetl h-lp In gathering :
the do- Fr:illn.e;i ." Fie w:in a:iylin a-a
he tiirtil AI,:ck. "Tlhere vl'Tl 1,e tlilna.
to) slit landl I ri' heni anr Iitoes x mi i
lu:'rdel' to tiutilld up f, r lthi bIinkin-i
Thero are' wnin, Ieti-l naihl tlih
cre'l-k tl-it I sinn fix ui tle l-,ik I i r. I
uiui l<,. ai ma'A lis t il li'il I li' tii t:x.,
and that dtrkm moas I,.* 'i thla I. d'
will liake a In-antiful bank don wlich
we can arrnn-e the early white Ilnw
erg.
"But. there." breaking Into a ,l"w
Joyous.n lauh. which plmare ene l her. for .she slopt'l isudde'nly an'l
looked anlut In a seared. tremuulius
iort of nay.
"I wan o l ly going to say." she wen:
on deplre'stlingly. 'that I hb:ven't see
the church yvt. I ought to go therr
arst and lnok around."
"Of corrle. We will take you there'
thi afternoonn" volunteered the minis
ter. beaming.
"And you can have my b,rse anti
walgon every afternoon If you like."
added Mrs. Perry warmly 'Theti
tlhere'i inmy tlN ,' Tommy. Yon car,
hate him to slrive you."
Thi.' cl ws 1c 'lltl', face was now ab-
solutely r'edl nt.
She-, w, I thinking of the decor:i
iion In.a r f the I-'.itul'ul thinlig of
nolet I i .1 [t. ". *"L.e; d 1 i l .:e < l t,
ha % r,....... i< l l e oo l
    Thl l n i .lA r : *te dlt it her ii usmimint
    tI Iwoi t eri d a;i ;;:.til 1 teo1 t 1 i< % lild-i

    dici-orallin," lit rnmairkedl to Mrs .Per
    ry.
    .N ."r was there'. l i,r in tItl. Il'*.tiiailft
    thli thlaIht hlud e'1iaS' to I .,' little. is d
    1 ou,'ini lliirtig the dec ratiur iiat ,


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    co(lln' to
    to h:lt '
    lher Iyear


    - I' iteet o- *1 d:iy. liii i4
    tizti oil the' reinaaalzdc'r ut


    ECstcr Facts.
    The ob **i : ..,, e I ter wiv noi't
    in.stilut*v! ., ,.. ii :.* ,l; ':;ii % lfli,.r
    the I'st "' of < r' i- w lt M." IsAVil' ~ ;I
    t.l f: t l l e! .t 'l 'c o \ :
    % 4 p',inf. irr.i. 1or l..i- i''.
    nlii I f' i w'i *'l i' i l ,rI .*out
    t lih irv ni t. I t 'i e i i 1 1. (r No
    celet- .',r:ili u i ; m .ii .,o: I th, Jetw-
    Isl I hri-tlai.., i ; : .1. I.at on the i' l ltt
    l:day ,f thle moutii. iiinedllitl'y follohw-
    Ing th,* v.rnal eviIulinox. hi lii Ias;i. lth
    day llon lil b the old Jewi sh fe'.t ofs
    the Passover was 'lerirateld. the.f J.w-
    isl t'hrIstl:.n' cu-'le.h':Ited lthl' death of
    Christ. to them the pieom'aliail linali,.
    4 lri-t hi vimv dl.'d i l. e,**r :i;:i tI. tIhell
    c'hrontIlrgy. on the dInte of the' .ile-
    baration ,f the Jewish l'Patt eir The
    s.elrllratton of the Jemltli I'hri.stlians
    was therefore for the dienth andi not


    MAITER'I SALE.
    Notice I thereby given that under
    and by vir'ue of a decree of foreclos-
    ure of mortgage made and rendered
    by the Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of the
    Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Crcult
    of Florida. In and for Alachua county.
    In Chancery. on the 23rd day of
    SMarch. lto.s. in a certain cause therein
    pt'tnding wns r-ein F. A. Day Is com-
    Ilainatisi and l(;'orge' \ hite and his
    wife, iEmma W\hitt., are defncidants. t.
    the undt.r.ign .d. as speciall MaIater In
    ( lhan,-'.r. %ill a-ll at public outcry
    to th.' hlxh,'-t aniid lHw,-t hidder fsr
    '-h tItforw'- tia* ('Coiiit lhIson, dlir in
    tl. City of (;aii,'.-. ille. Florida. (on
    l 1nd .iI1 thi :.;l h .i n 1 t II. L \ii\ 1 ..
    #''i1.e l ti itli. 1 .11 l hf i r- of a.) *. tha
    illowiing d( i rtI'. i ltand. 'itul a'e,. 1
    it o o l e i' ll .\1 1s lat Ia ( e ilait% Fl"j r'-
    t, ti* '\ % It :
    hI'h ;1 .r ,r;.,: r ,, el, i,,,ith
    ';- *,itr .llr 1 tL, -. I hi il ,f of thil
    S -tr l \.io-t i1,l rt r e t S.'- tiiin Folu'i r
    toe n ii 1l :,; id h thei N .iii.-t i l.';irt.r
    opf N. 'I- I:l -"t < .,i (. r Sf S. < tifnll
    T.% i tli t re e- .,' :. ;ail in 'Tow, 1 -hip
    S \ 11 1 0. So41,1th J1 i lig. KIlchtit-n
    i I Fa5t. resoainig ;Ito acr sor l -,
    Towithei r with a ll Iand .ingtular thi
    tl'lin'ioe It-, h r. dlita e-tiln t and a ppi r-
    toe-nlalt.,.-< to tO!we -."tir,' Ih loighiilc or itn
    .ll ie i., ;i rir atiiiitse Said Irop)l 'rtv
    to 1.* .-olP i .l le "-;iti i-t .a.id d- Ii r. i'. r,'-.. .t-h.
    SW IIAlII'TON..IR.
    Sl' weial %Ia -t.r in (Chawe'iry.
    I \ S ti:RIOi(.I la'
    Solicitor for ('ihplaiinant


    the rts.llrre;.-tlon ,if c'hrit TThe en- .
    tile ('hristal;ais. however. w ere noit NOTICE!
    ltwuind Iby :atiy of the' Jewitl.h tr.slitlllons
    ;Sundauy IlnI the Lord' d:.y to thenl. To All Whon It .May Conc'rn: Nt-
    they tbhreftre c't-elerated th!i rersur- twice is hereby g ivn that slx.t days af-
    ro etion ef 'hrl.nt i thei Sunday f,,low- ter this date the-re' will lbe a bill intro
    Ing the Ith Ida ;. f t' .:,M l of Malrch. duice-d at the' I.00 9* e'--ion tof the FIlr-
    the. .!:iy e.i ii ch c'lhrlt di.d The ida i.e gi-lature for a a lp-''ial law for
    J ',.-i ('hrl.-in: this .e.le.ler:a l e th'Alachu ia nty to prohblit the is
    141thi lyv of ti he nmonh. Irrt'tlwt, of i. hiihuiting ir killing (of quail fsr
    the' siv of the' w..eek. and ithe. L'e- .1 .* '.. ,f o f e (ach ualtk dsur
    C'hrllrtians i '..e lcer:itesl a s laida .,
    tle-"etl e' f the' ,li:y eof r:'i. If i the 014 *n ~e,:al.iitl,.


    Iv 1'. h'r'er~sr w *r le'-1 tit;-ci :ieautl,''n-
    II."t tee' ii:! 1t l;i(ii v e' n lws uleler:Itlnag
    IheI e.ir t i t Ith cle r-ten til e' iie- a irofigie
    to c air l iatlih le il l idi. tIre-s,.'

    'I Ie' searlv ( ha r ii r!Iv I ,' a'I r!I
    ter o *e n-s't n-4 lI't -c ire':. il h ai: l III 'l It
    -c ci ei n Li I'~ tile e41 lo-roau-ic t



    I haeic ml t~ai'-ei liua fit' -a lt11.-11i1 I
    -,-- .-nvo' fr el :ia. I ,.. c. ct
    rxe -l~iea,~ it a I it,.- 4 icr-i sit
    'IV is. ~j 1 Ir clv
    I !';te :aI n %,-,I .o4 tIt, fir-u "'a ; !:11 1t1
    er I hite ? fia' i-' %%!4i h 1,i Ie -'I,,- .t'


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    QUEEN

    QUALITY


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    Cynthia's


    Easter.

    | RAMK MM. W

    NEW mirlater
    bhd come to low
    myvI eout of
    th rway SprN e
    Il aand with
    his -oula hadl
    appeared a spirit
    ofchaf ane d Im-
    provement. He
    was fresh from
    Sh l theologicl
    I Y coue W and eager
    r with youth and
    love for the
    work.
    Hitherto the
    ebchrb had beau
    to pce Hillt a
    of olemalty, ealy to be visited
    lrd labteratei and a a duty.
    u, der the alatatlous of this
    gI a It fI padually came about
    dut could be appeobed from
    r diretioms ad not all of theor
    aeeonariy teroy r narrow.
    On" other lIoMMatloos were the
    Ir srenmi ea hrcb decoration.
    Mew MlaIter made the aasoane-


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    T THINB i'V MAD TXl PLLAstriJ
    or MUUMrm lA M. biLu.
    It one Thursday evrnilg after lrau
    metilng and added thul he bo,>lbe
    would be prsetwt anid Ith the la
    I of the church would arr.aiii' for e iI


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    the d
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    u~wt
    --Tt
    teelI
    BIurt(
    I.Lucy
    Mr.
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    ? I:? ~ 0 ** thuy hivlwlaen wit tof I.wo sllqvg of
    ** Ime-undtjl4rake
    SlItIumAmie'.was not at all "otrbied.
    0 00 'l kew 't.'si~ d Lucywy a~imid tohink.-
    .a. Iilac -t Mr. 4ritne'sotdimk." Phor -alloPar
    est il. all%.: 'olhat wasn't ally nostorfiato
    C o mi~otee llo.I'D rem'rmitiawr that' '.%fw ,,,uI~.
    rnawntio-n4A It. illy his-*In tot wait till
    the-last ll1ltute lta'314 then holly SlOmp'


    O f I I; 1.e11,
    B y A nr E a sz~ te r 41 h1e tltie.Ii I'.1 'I-a1 "41e
    CAR&SSA S c 4-1w.44willI.: a' ill"qtI,,i :luo.-sil
    H M E I Iof -II I ilyIl ital I tIif.1 ll I Ig a 4ry 11iIcl'a"
    ".xo. 1i'% sa114g tl ul atle..g!ta1a-r tri as* lit)
    Cosepynibt. tJ2. byt Aisilwlm arnicas s'"" ar ,!i muld ,Ijgt.t,4 -f' artr-w.ilwimais
    1 11 .1..I b t w illI II jt
    l4i444s 1# 0 p41, ~.411 .aIEll*FI'


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    htis-1 4 a lot Ill. a.j, 4 4-11t ma r f oa r is.it
    U, .14 LI :11.itu1 11 1I ill 11II I. aA8111.1% %of ~i itI ii'.
    *,im hair mild Isl&.a -;I 't, A.66 *4*A gul~1 ld li'
    e.tt ..which balal iitaw 1itheioUgh Kli Ijlsi
    thos 431alltt' of di-I rti.riphi lisi'. l a'v I : L.; .11. en
    iut&u of we". eraiil to( it- lndiet'is of hiss g'rly.

    ,I throsi Iadi'se in question blu-sbed tq'rum a"#'rul rv
    t ingled ilwith vaaria'uadeu&ret'wsof mAkid- wv".11Jult'
    bht whisn )Mr. Craaue Save outtheb.1,.k WUt 11 6 1
    wing notice: wIndw yt
    I& IMow 1110. sit of j daim uary. and. is tot ACe c 1a
    CUI upoomat) at thL'. sa4jweni. I ai~ii nitike quite'a
    tnt threea11.' -latl 'cof lmt eptrAjeth ta, ph.,wifl RIt h-
    Ujit plop ile tldaWI'r iiijiiilittoisti. 'j'i~.a asluIt cilling a011
    ,uillt.L. i!l bdv.*t elat!F abrigre ift Ynn utitiderte
    ~aitttoii atlb. (tt~rb o Eate:fair he4lp.** satid *wr wTI.l WAIT TILL.
    33. Slid iioII tofieirchurciah oiluK11c IF IlfiIie't A W 4'4T IIIF IART MlNUTb;
    lis.' nlaly Nufsoly Isii'. t ie t' emal. loraindly. AIH IlFG RICIE IMI
    Ilent 4f the baious ajf Gaood a 40 111:11 With ai40'134,IH '210-..
    sigifian da. tailto they turnell townuid the w-tuth lA~w
    Sienthreast' wdayF~. fIh'eiffjtwildaiw (of this dinainigcnotions lwhrt'
    (tor thim puriwise sure' Mi'S wi',4ixribd ifEgltiulu tu'HYlgO
    M'lou Hi a 1:rriet A*me-4 ual d thrifty jplants ill '.a~rlae4ol Vltage'sof
    Grantgrowth.i. tit tall rri-eil- lu a llivitri- in'

    gnvea a#ut the',a la-'ill: Ig is 111 l'
    14-1i th h riit' t oi-r'. I a a .' tile u. r i,, ha' t ba 'i i' ;r lit '.' t tr:.i..~ti- ''' r
    y dIaI'4(iIita'al mi~j',iloar'. ar r thie'tiqw. if,,. Iva':l ;nrt%. :I',I.( a' ,'1~lte *'

    itila itiott. o el h i r(t*a. ill- hr Ill*-1. Ia ll1' .Irl' 1,
    ltar' a.t L o :1 .aV h .~ i .i!- ilI. 'hli i i ur lit

    vu o ti hau (11..ql %% a '. ~ i 'Ir a i .r v*-litIi.al:


    al,. ii lo m--Ir it '. l 1it, tii' 1--'4 1'...' i t.:i T th v. i ti. ,,I d :l tli

    it- t'11i11-ira1. it1.ta1;~''t Ilc iiid- a arit Th. as i riI:zi.
    *~ ~ ~ ~ 'I aail-?ta .ly h ii.' 'a''' r ta
    larllt 11'.. iaa all Ii!.~ v..eg r-r.a. ul itt~~ 'iatF ii"f.
    t ,,: galal!..r rar.tl taz.fI iirli. teIii ttrai h tfa





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    ,gt -il I 'r I' \,.o~~- Ibi'.anutuarted tf*tjlitt iar


    False *er' My dead shall live again. I
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    Ti.',' ~ *\-q on-e. oh r, skiri' shall smile
    j Va ri.


    ArA It oleasr hanis that s-r.,
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    p I ran One of the most valuable features
    it. i :li of our service, to our subscribers and
    .*... to the public generally, is our connoc-
    tion with the extensive long distance
    ".t, lines of the American Telephone and
    Telegraph Co -.pany and the other as
    .,I: I sociated Bell Telephone companies.
    We own thousands of miles of long
    distance lines in the seven States in
    which we operate and in addition can
    connect any telephone in our system
    fr with lines extending to any other city
    ...in which a Bell Telephone system is
    operated.
    These long distance lines are of the
    rrost mrrdern and Improved construc-
    tion and are maintained at a high
    ,. state of effi-iency. The Bell systems.


    TALKS


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    country, are uniform in their equip
    ment and in their methods of epee
    3ting.
    Only by reason of this close trale
    arrangement between the 1ell Tle
    phone companies is it possible to go to
    a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
    ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
    communication with almost any pint
    in the country.
    This vast network of wires. radial.
    ing throughout the nation, i usk
    daily in commerce and for social punw
    poses by the banker, the farmer and
    citizens in all walks of life and our
    plant here is an Important link In this
    great chain.


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    and Telegraph Company


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    'ta.t o oab thing.' lja'isi-fi mllIt frt.
    ton
    '..l".e wero all yt when the enimml.
    tI" %t oappolnte'd." stt'd l.uw7 de-
    sit hlngtyr
    A fowaltofep 0ouyn4ed In the ror"rOl
    alIfle. With one saea'ovd they trnedf tit
    fn.'e the lIev. Rnmults 4'rnn. timni
    Ing. milldI ed atid d enthn"Anotle

    )Io .f1~ nt' '1'1'ic hi *li sl
    l.i '.1 I % lie !lIio ha' e arial aIt '.r.-Wt
    tita.% ore'. a'wit tl -- ia' e of the litira' ata-tilot
    % lo,4 b uro'w thiemtnf-ar the' hvive ft theaf11
    I 'nat'
    Vo 1-:11.404: f rf in' f.'vr ef nt,4Ith
    Or, I'! l irim 'I.A laia-nt a1Yti f i t -4 to III
    flaa,.r nii lal nolat ibye ift Ihos'll Imittiaa41 hr
    "al- Iat KiW'.ls
    "I t'iIu'.a tell tein a lIttle' serert. In
    a'!.'.' lwet afnl 11.' tfllntnllu M hiatally
    '-Taaniarraw i..n '.' xI A-#oIn thae pew
    'fih lly flmother It lady. a nttist
    -Ter'is !1,m. t~ft.','. I ha e.ao4t I h-ope youl
    titill # ':i t oo I' Iots' he1r. I d.. fot h
    1-4 to Ia s ,'' i wife % 'ti' *wis n.'
    VIa' h'lf ,tit hits hand.. mn,l .anitlyr
    they r'raosfw' it avid "onsngraltattad b in
    Warmly
    When he had detal-ortad the Gower
    rottlulltteii ,sighed In unison.
    "L.et's list oll of thm on ihim des"
    raid Rrrist tardilyl.
    "NMW almout the lmbse of It o nthe
    Soer.- qual"ed Itn.lly
    -And nome In the wimsliers pow.'
    .uggedtc Lacy softly.
    And they all undertstod.


    (irave and (Gay


    The Easter Cherub.
    She had een to .Aster mervl('.
    This seet, Cra'.e umaldlen of four.
    The I.11cm ticre frt in lperfumed arises
    From the altar titatta ito Ihe, door
    Fraar..vtae sand l: i I ste, ut ti'Ul her.
    As''!.' La'.1 'cstUti: %cre sung,
    XWh.l' P-,t. air %a sfull of tie chiming
    F:um trils in the taaer hung.
    The liolit from a violet window
    1*I!l u~ i sie t it l t. u v'o' I t re
    It lit tie ,tall cnarus Itw.de It


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    I know lt.e pt ln4 of d.'.a'.. ar v.ictory-
    Siii, v i t.- n' tre' dvAr 2' r4 riwine iusn life
    Ant I, a n rifw.'.rmf:.4ra I'' cartafoa'?cl.
    W h tettr lut., .' lii i a th :r, 3)e.&:- It)he..
    Till a 4i .lgit'. a' t i ft. U13l At h LA S
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    YetP rp tay &I&% ri5 h~Whoe \ho U Iant
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    I TlH DAILY 8UN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL II, 1909


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    Easter



    Monday



    At Bourg

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    It i peetly Clear, heer.

    t hen p thie e thean to cut
    i-h a Important Ogure lu the
    el-hatiom et the ai a ter featival
    It Nl1 s ubjilct of grat. dl.
    SIt i perfectly cler, however.
    tihe uel people of the early mid-
    Sew all about II. The folk-
    f that period make frequent ret-
    to UtW part played by the egg
    doings, and there hae been
    ddown numerous entertaining
    about t. One ao them tells
    a very beautiful yoang woman
    a moble husbLld tbroucb its

    r ae was Marpret. and she
    a royal princess. the daubgter of
    E1aperor Maximillan of Germany
    was born at IObent In 148I. and.
    II that is a lung time ago, her
    as an attractive young peri on
    s ives. Wb'hen one( ltkLks on her
    face as the old tllln Iuliterl have
    ted her It meetis hli.redilbl' Ihlat
    should have teunxd lI dittflult to
    Ide herself tllh a suitable buns
    Yet It lhapilrled N,
    ben she auW atill ai lultilh Mirg a
    was btrtrithed to tClurlhes VIII *if
    (e. Otf (>4uru(' tiwt liy Irimflre
    no opportuluity Io *iay liy, aiid
    grrw toI iiiiderbuh4d I Ither ltlit-f
    ber iumatriWonLal afluirm wa ee all
    ed. ll.r royal locr er prot ~v faliti
    b The chai ati of At.iiit of Brittainy
    bl him idldff'eriat to lithe furl tha
    d l>r,'iiisI to tIw ,114 hlisre Wo.i III
    of thie *rtinan eal ilra r. iiud tei
    ried Ic.r M.irgarel .aij o,,ldt3 ) iel*
    allitget lih r tio .yoU ll ii lo ,w helir
    uty h''l ,p ter lie llll.atter ller1 fa
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    castle at whbch the prtceas was a
    gust proposed that a party should be
    made up to attend the village games.
    Marpgret accepted the propolstlon wit
    athulasm. For a long time ahe
    watched the varynll scene with the
    Ivellest lateret. The day was per-
    fet. The aIr was soft and genlal, and
    Nature was It her most amiable mood.
    iaucheon was served In the open, and
    afterward the gres t peraonage put
    I ade their state and joined In the
    dame*.
    Tomwd the middle of the afternoon
    esIM the greet event of the day, the
    IKM. og content of Bourgr. Several
    mea I holiday attire advanced, each
    with a basket on his arm containing
    the gayly colored eggs which were to
    be aed In the contest. There were
    twelve dosen of tbese In all. and one
    by one they were
    distributed over
    the field In a
    eres of figures.
    W hen all was
    ready the musrl
    changed to a
    stately measure
    and a young man
    anild hb l Uen
    partner ltepi ed
    forward and be-
    ga n the dance.
    / It was a MsriouN
    SX matter for the
    S dancers. for uell
    ii her lse'vegs inl
    41 lnakingl the lcril
    ous IiauiMge of
    A IraEl ,) ,.,Tlr ,th,. figur.gse de-
    ou.LIqtIt li. nl'llIc their ifu
    ture Ihaiipiiierw Three t' rial r ifre
    aiecorde tl |o each coiouple. aid alhr eon
    lotuktr made the 'itaclh' e' xc. t-dingly
    min rrty*el er thn affair. lut thi e |.rtlt lial,4
    in th le coite'.l wore anxious i id Unier 'i
    taIIa ls outncUel'e' It a1n tilh. 'tup''
    that tculd gllcdr over the- ,.'a, HIaI ,
    pass sallonf tlheiii in all (le va.iried
    nlov nlellie t e thI eth iE'1:.e withlliot Truie k
    lIsg a Silnglc aplie of the, pp> til n ot'f II' l p.ariii.'4
    It was cniIe iltf he miiosi t bthlly li. 'i'i- h
    ed prl lllc es. of ihe y)tounit.: i e and lil
    ** '*limns of ilouri
    U I la LLius all liiMlortaint lIu' li'tss !
    the day wit at ll .aii. 'i t .i I, l1. 1 :1-
    Iof a hllll tim l l iI rn I i ,fr 'li Il. iel' 1.-
    Sof Vie for t iI w I l,,l;,, w I ,l,".

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    a) he ). urs~L eL 1.1 lit,
    hwirwr ) ht o j 4 1Ik li IIt I
    OM of the teilcao-ur. %ith grit at MRS* J. P TTERON
    as avej 'J'j' L biwe. viwI
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    Witbuut further preliminary be rode
    directly to thle side of the cbatelaine of
    Io)urg. ilrnilng froai is lihoras'. doff(ed
    his plunged bhtt and. bending a grace-
    ful knee. relulestl'd her hospitality fur
    himself alnd his lmenu.
    *"Sir. I ami honollred In tile asklng."
    she responded grtra that her lleould I.et guet w.is I'hilibert
    the Illandlsolnce. cduke ilof Silvy.
    The dulke andl hi'< p'llttleian were
    preeiwnlel teo Ilie lprrlnce'M and the dale
    Was rsculliel. i'rol in the lrs it nl% l
    apparent to ith' entire eatlitinpniy Ihat
    the ye.vting In whii-'. l. i-'ty was thfe
    theuim of e\tr) t iti ioir lu i i&uri i :,ha
    nil eye.. Flr tiMe
    rustl,- fe-tivlty
    MaII:arir. teon. her
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    ,vd(. had:tl ;iaiaidtllE
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    + tlie dn :Iice and
    hal tran elifrrelt
    It elM'a.tli re. At
    Iast Ihe lady tof
    SIlouri made Iold
    0' to rally the beau
    l riful w Idlow onil
    her little wnesle.
    S"I fear. lma-
    danew." hle iahl
    smilllngly. "t hat
    ~. .- our Easrl.r lport
    Is "sll Ibeomiug t ire
    4 ionlpe."
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    Till: i.oviL.Y ouiiU- lared the ,rin
    1ll wlow. ess holtly. "l only
    wizh I were ,uw' of your gO*od plieantl:it
    sn that I niiight 'liga';e In it mIyelf '"
    At ti lM. tili-hil igi l-e. lari tio I the
    handlliplnl yoillim ruler ,of .aii\,y bowicI'e
    low Iefor'ter, Ih. le\ "Mladani, I .cra i tther honor of Li'eiing
    ollur p.iaritn i in I I la.ster I'I '
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    The Easter Window.
    "rwas Fa..tterllde. and E.ster gowns
    Alppro.hed r the vliindow space.
    Where eaa! i ts toli In accents mild
    To occupy htr plrJe.
    With ma.llen joy the Oriandle
    Esa rtl to ltket ltei n.lti
    Just wia re shei t:i.ouughi the morning
    suit
    Coul ld slly klis ,.cr I.and.
    Adl t:ien itle (;Grc. aulirte v.al.ed up
    \VW ith t-. 1A .1.1 f: i '- g l.,,- .
    Ai.Il rtmlo llle to fI, )fU -n.e >t place
    t lJio th.At blaouur IA.jJi aIlr.
    U'nn!nidful of the mileert Cloth.
    \\ ll&l> t lith r >>toi.,.i
    Or diUntin luri re : d.lo(ttd swiss
    Or nati> Taieor-aiiiAde
    But all hear race began to place
    \\lt. i, t llii a Iiugitly tsriite.
    The l:iutca-l Silk iiauted l i ap&c*
    And bad* them all aside.
    "I've held tlie leading place." ase said,
    "In yonder igay I'ahre-
    My Louis Fourteenth neck must show
    My birth of ligh degree.
    "At every ball I enter frst.
    At drawilng rootns and teas-
    keep off nIy train. you I.lnen Miss!
    %'at country) bumpkins tl.ese'"
    With that the Purple Velvet frowned.
    The tBreakfast Uown turned green,
    'htle one b) one the g asersby
    l.ookedl InI upon tile iktliee
    -Margaret 8. Tennent In Philadelphia
    Times.

    Bessie's Bonnet.
    Bes lce hIiih a llimil.-el chin.
    M south wlli, mniil,, 1.|l in it.
    r)f. of l,',* to &;l)or) li.
    liut -I. a- i tI i t L.onerleIt.
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    YOUNG MEN WANTED.

    U. 8. Government Railway Mail Clerks
    $00 to $1.200 a Year-Last
    Notification.
    I'nicle Sam will hold an all Xlmina-
    tioii (or railway mail clokrks in thle
    ticinit. of (;;aihn,-e\ill, aIld throughout
    lhe. I nitled Stalt'es oiil .1% i .. %any
    amlbitiousts 0.l1oKlg ill. 'itllh only L

    readily ia-' TheI- (;oieriin, lit watts
    .iiog mii'n m er Ik with ('coliionll
    ei'n.-, to take e'xamimitions for rail-
    way mail clerk.- awl carrier. and thel
    ;Go\% 4ri ineni o1.-iion liir'an. of
    Ilwh-i.>tr. N Y. wAit It i.. euliar
    knoiw lAel'' of tlih re.qllirnllliit.: oef the.
    .*'aii mlati i li. caiila it :.iI .' ) a() lll all iill
    ;I ihlort time' to a-... A (l;overniint,'t
    lo itiri. neaiis. steal'al. work. goi l | lay.
    andl a I earlyy l'varcation. There, is time
    to lirelpare- for the N May 1.' e':xaiiia-
    tion. and a1n. reader of The Slln can
    ge*t full information how to lIro('ee(d.
    free. of char;i.. by writing The- (;oTerni-
    iirlent lI'o.ntio.n Itur-au. 11I'I l'Poilwer
    Lock. R plare' nimn for e'xaminationis i fo(r lIpot-
    offine' cl.rks*. clerk c'arrier.s and rural
    free dulie. r. carrier,. .

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    THE DAILY SUN: OAINIWVILLF. FLORIDA, APRIL II, 1909


    TWO NEW LNS

    FOR TEE UNIVERSE

    TO tB BUILT SOME TIME DURING
    COMING SUMMER.

    Several Outsede ContrcT'ei A'rea.'
    Visited Gai"e*svile '"'.*e
    Sids on Wcri..


    TAfci largo- Iecildictg" a'
    od oim the tidiae'r-iU.
    th. -r i.* ''1 er fimtur
    (efll ract,4 hita novt ii ..
    1 t ihata the' c(-urer. *lo


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    that -,iit'thcling outildet ": th cronl.I.
    toli ol the' 1two haiildinlu :i!' -adn th*ei'
    %%"" 'I' lt*':ll).i,;ll dI. Ii d aI p cI I Il -t" l tKi-
    lion It .a- hl'arni l d t111A thi li a.t
    i hat the' Ikurd of 'Coittrol ii:tend.s 61-

    It Is stated that thi-. ork il!l coin-
    mence in mediately follow. itng the !m
    improvement( already figurrled and the
    bids. which have all hte-n uuhm'is"ld.
    will be opened and the ie*pessful bid-
    der known within a shore %while.
    With this work started. the (overt..
    meant work going on aid the vltrifed
    brick paving. we have eoouhr ahead
    to make GaleavUle lively the comli

    Amonr the ol:v.lde contractor, who
    were here we"- two from Jacksonville.
    one from Ashevi!le and on" from Cva-
    lumbia, and while they were non-com-
    mittal on the subject. it was later
    leaked that the U'niverslty work
    brought them here.

    Beet Treatment for Colds.
    "Most ordinary colds will yield to
    the sinlplest treatment." sav,' The
    "'bicago Tribune. 'otiiv.rative laxa-
    tives. hot foot baths. a free iwsrspira-
    tion and an avoidance of exguimure to
    cold and wet after treatmentn" \Vhll,
    this treatment is i.lplell'. It re'qlulres
    conlwiderable t rtulhl'. and the' onll
    adolitiin it nust r'mlaini in dmnrs foor
    a day or two. or a fresh cold is al
    mo.t sure. to be crnitra;ct'ed. iand in
    manyl il.~tfncl'e" I,.ll'liii)ll Jia follows
    Is it nt n t b'ttecr to iinl uillr faith t.)
    an old re-lia:bhl' irea'itra.iion like' ('han
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    ACCIDENT POLICY

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    WORTH



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    OF (OLD

    During Change of Life,
    says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
    ;rmntit. ill.'. Vt. I was passing
    Ihre 'hth e I hI.ia g ,'e-f I t.; 1a141ei 11t,.red
    anIt thermi .r; till 'llt
    ymi ptr i.s. sav.I I
    Sc ? ,l tri :v t!at
    l.ylia Ll .I i. iklhaam's
    Verpe.table (Com-
    SpoaitId has provo.d
    W lorth u,01nstalits
    of mril tf me, as it
    restorI l m hacltil
    and itrentlh. I
    never forget to tell
    my friMleni what
    SI.vdiE. ilnkham's
    V'egtable Compound has dotn for me
    dunng this tryn period. Complete
    restoration to health means so much
    to me that for the make of other suffer-
    lng women I am willing to make my
    trouble public so you may pubah
    this letter."--Mls. CHAs. A&AcLAT,
    IRF.D.;raniteville, Vt.
    No other medicine for woman's ills
    has reeeld such uld rd and an-
    quaglfed edonement. No other md-
    Icin we know of haa such a record
    of cures of female Ills a has Lydia .
    Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
    For more than u years it ha be
    eurnlg female complaints such as
    Jllnmmnati, ulceration, local &we
    nesee. lbroid tumors. Irregularities,
    periodic pain, backache, indietion
    and nervous prostratlo, ind It s
    unequalled for carrying women afely
    through the period of chanu of lfIa
    It costs but little to try LydIa Z.
    Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
    a Mrs Barclays ayst is "worth moum.
    trains of gold to suferint wom

    NEARING COMPLETION.


    The White House Addition Will Soon
    Be Finished.
    The new addition being made to the
    VWhite' House is now nearing (ompnle-
    ion and when finished will give this
    popular hostelry right more large and
    modern rooms. with all conveniientes4
    The proprietor. Major Thomas. is of
    the opinion that ;.Iis will nmett tle do-
    nmatds fur the coning summer. but If
    till not l ufficelnt. he will add more
    during the e arly fall. as he pIroloses
    to Inakkc a tourist hotel of the place.
    Other Improvements.


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    cit luica. & ()Iii'.'r is aaI-te Iic',rittx(c~ili
    1.1 jcii -cit)ar a- fthe loircek atrk I-
    1114 It I'~ll 1 41 awl the' coi m: %%ae.-k wil
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    ll .ace I ''c i ire. riail tr. ,a I cei ttts, III
    .all ca- (f 1,1-c, t li l-c i i'pi-cl' ic etaic'
    rh. w a -Ili alli lil 11-1 t1-1, I' l- (Ok
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    (o f %c '. r % I i it e a,* ioft li- I. Iii '.' -,a'- re
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    Ies I 'T r it Ftcorir & s -.'to) all Idrug


    Richardson Released.
    .Alfr-,,. I i ri hianr till. lil. egr at
    w.- .itr I-I! clln a watrr anlt torint out
    l. I',l:lk.l taluthrrlle- has bcct re'
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    sau' ad cI II' du fur'i 'i Jii


    inrcti me cati tu fur )uU tt.4aj'


    ANOE I FACTORY

    O GAINESVIILE


    NORTHERN PARTY WITH AMPLE
    CAPITAL FOR ENTERPRISE.

    He Desired Secrecy in Hi, Proposed
    Line for the Present. But
    Will Come.

    \V II {i-.. li of V*-l'tfil. h M a "--
    \\ill i i'I lli:1 t!lTr hul it .'~h e'nt ielrr
    it) thi. o -freti( on withinn the ne'xt It
    ii ,ic;hli- hi. ha\lnlg lI('(itnl t a c Tie ert!
    'iraniti his- r-c<-'nt l-it tfo this- m t'lion i
    If. k- ,.\ten.l,. l I tagag'-d in ultl .
    ,ne-,r' in his' Stat. hut %a mso fator-
    Jli1.* iail)r,'*t'e d Atltli this s*'cti on that
    he ha- decided to engageL-' In hUSillpl-ie
    here early next fall. and will close
    his hai incest affairs in the. North for the
    this pIuriosex durialg tbhe co)mitng num and
    Ielr o wl
    What line he intends to engage in Fmi
    he did not desire to say. but stated
    that he would start a manufacturing
    business that would employ a large
    number of hands and thereby help
    the city and county to a considerable
    extent.
    Gainesville welcomes capital and all
    classes of manufacturing enterprises.
    and there Il abundant room for all
    who care to invest In a fast growing
    huatling city.

    FOR CITY MARSHAL.
    To the Voters o the City o(f Glae

    I am a candidate for Cty Marshal.
    or roolectIk o Aprl 11. have
    served the people faithfully and eo
    lenty. night and day, and my record
    ia open for Inspectio.
    I my service during the past year
    has been satisfactory I ask the smp
    port and vote of each and every citi-
    en who is qualified. I can only
    promise the same service as I have
    e-.deavored to give In the past.
    Tours for order.
    BEN T. ARNOW.


    I take this method of Informing the
    public that I am a candidate for City
    Marshal at the election to be held on
    Alrll 13. 1909. I respectfully solicit
    the support of all voters, irrespective
    of party affiliation, and promise to
    faithfully and impartially discharge
    the duties of the omce should I tb
    elected. Respectfully.
    CHAS. C. WARREN.


    FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
    To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
    vllle:
    I respectfully announce myself a
    candidates for City Tax Asseao r for
    tlice vear 19iol ilalngiK been Tax A.
    .-e--'cr for faur %ear-. I anm fully lire
    Sar-d t fill ll th' office a.s ity record
    Iaill .*how, the cily aa- .'l melnt ha\
    nIgK Ic-'i ioicrear-ed oti that taiune froin
    'a little o\ r e'ei e e toli (c r $1 cl.ino One
    I ,as ire.- ( c lut.l frlt e i rnlu i.g f or lth1
    i Tiff ( ** .-t ,i.r t ioan a< ciuilt of sic kn ',.-.
    aid lnow r,'.pec! t'fully .se1 It )ou(i
    ,oft. W .% IMllADFORlt.

    "'o) th V' \'etrsi of I(;ane- illli:
    I hirreb.i aaniounli(c that I airn a can
    didJate fr re'-'l'cittol i ll the li' ffice ofc
    ('City Tax A.;sse)or for the' )yar l;tu:.
    in the election to be held on April thel
    13th. and most earnestly requeb-t you
    all to give ue your vote and support
    for the position
    Thanking you for your past endorse
    met. I remain. Yours very truly.
    B. R. COLON.

    CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
    Out last night? Headache and nerv
    ous this morning? licks' Capudlne
    Just the thing to fit )ou for businela
    Clear's the bead-braces the nerves.
    Try it At drug store.


    His Occupptcon.
    A 14- it a I i c-a'r te
    qU'.%, ta In :a i t; -. ir :i- I- wht

    11. W P I.. !r
    Wa II'P%. '.i
    c.'ctc .t ,r I .,''. a'' '%. L I a
    1--:,, f. r r a f, i iI '
    Ito v.. I -I


    A WGMA WSS APPrAL
    :.*' "e*? .

    I '. at I II .I- '4 .

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    6 "' rc r 'I : -o .
    -0, -b el a if* I r, fj r 16


    pofle ~ aiJ..'E Am- t..'. -,ie i
    . 4 11. ,. I.- ) .4 P, ,gi.f -tLL. LA
    t LbC ti I a I, 'S ) 1. f f pi I
    Adn- JOWW&;AfG. J L-QS V, blot-A LrLA L4.


    You Wll Need an Oi Stove
    go as


    wOIN C*-Sbio


    mAInfUl fIlINItfN (O IT
    Not Incorpor'ted----
    Oac uand ) ration Roosm Opph rwnHe Btrn Itol.
    P. O. Drawer "W."


    N. If. COX, Consulting Engineer


    of m Kinds j adkubM. E9111" ros
    Spsdmu ad ou fby
    Tub" k bmStood FW


    SConsultation in Civil, Meclianiel and Electrical Eineering Maters mad Special
    Invetigticonw, includlingi Patentm. Drafting and Dupliesatng, Bine-priei., tcehes,
    STypewritte'n C.nealare. constructionn Repaire-unmmua l probhim In this ble o-
    Slicit-l. Testing lepartmet. Accurate Technical Teting of Maerlals.



    G. S. Merchant & Co.
    Retall"ers ad Jaebbe t

    Staple and Fancy Crocerles

    Grai, Gardeq Seed ad Fertilizers
    SOUTH SIDE SQUARE -eA- IANEVILLs FLORIOA
    Iigheet market price paid for Chickens. EKe and ete Predo

    A Complete stock o Hay. Core. Oatsr. lour Bram,. iseal. Clt
    seed Meal and Rye. We handle only te Very Boat
    at Lowest Prices. and guaatee matutesmUa al4 nm




    THIS CUPM WILL MT KE CMUTE AFTER AI O 15. IN

    Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

    PIANO CONTEST


    5 VO'rmES


    For .


    Adlrw
    This Coupon may li cat at T n od or at lueither of tie stone mea
    nectel ith tde rontet. N(OT UOOD AFTER APRIL IA, 190i


    HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
    ---.- WHOLESALE




    Groceries ad Grain
    '1T) TOIHlEI TAi I: ONLY

    No Order Too Larle
    Sth PhlS 215- hsur FlM


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    TI DAILY BUN: GAINBVILLB. FLORIDA. APRIL 11, 1909


    aof t AINS AWAY


    Omn OW&r


    whim e -WNW
    limfl aiwr mm
    Aa* upim sdm
    d"M

    I ~ib ans do


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    'I- 1Ydo 1010

    I" No Iwo w"I
    -'


    .&*@NowINhahs s
    towseMeow
    *- o
    -16 dassotew


    sad mebemu

    40or oft a slool o


    I Il beI
    ams vabodon,

    ma. 11r ofl rW


    "a i~nemw *6 WOOL
    kft ohmm 10 awastaiL


    I -- m----; kt
    t 0"wP IP ".nhoem
    big ( bmI thems wio


    - mery f lll. Alirr L at
    tlrJ dIat. au vep khaw the
    dsr. but I've boisUld wby
    bla'rgi.i the Limit.
    an wery fablish. Alfred. That
    thid cigar. awal you ki4 the
    limited yOu to one a day."
    dear, but I've conaultcd twa
    brtrs. and ear ham allowed
    Scigar a day: total, three"


    F pop has two educwatkumn-
    Irb be rerelreg vom others anl
    ore Ltapotnt, whicb be giv
    L.-4Xhboa.


    Fer Constipation.
    L Ii '.wxhawn, a pol~r~r
    of Sp t lt I.Ako'. Iowa.Ia
    berlalnua Stamicu aand I
    p am v. rt itly the' be' t t
    t i a lo( ( i t l j. itti v (t i
    It tA-.f& tSI1. K'U (l.f. 4J 1I
    For tiA1:a ly ;I11 Idi, agim t-



    ELEPHON


    I1 J
    Ilii ta
    G:%4


    GaokciNG Pup SheeM Knew Noew
    hfta d e ee Them.
    *ak kMid s giv meamr sIala of
    Thre seers are dark, cotas a
    e aftrequest, s ty, palo-
    teL. ei mm aysdmg


    beeksifte Is I fty MA SWKb
    m--m----- sd dbay pssarefro
    QML
    The weable" woolm Sed quikk
    0st deais! Use a we"l imey

    %idialinmindu=&MYser sm

    NK 16 W YWIK IN W. A~I
    "' L d- mw.lI .Lb
    .-.Uwe aindwed ow aimg

    q- I on h subijtto dekl

    Il is" easeb t Ire mw I rind
    -emab bm"M fa Ks flhenksPi0
    0 1 deusd btohie them a WW aed
    poumd a baTIISremedy &0"
    Ovey r amsI oud '-'ag"d I MtOw
    day ict -L h e ar a h
    Wadsbyamderm primeas

    i e.3_y Ca bbS,
    OMOv CO..ae ptah satheUit
    NNWember the" mentsOw he sk"


    maOri m -eaeN- A
    i wM wASe wm heem riw
    M l wer by ray ebasm gets of to
    -i M=d bbbst. Row a Me u'bp
    WVNdd are ebteked at the weary
    warl embsrmd tired me by well
    imla" g isty eleseos In Suth At.
    rIt Be eM have MW to hItmef:
    O1 d"l -1a -ue *f Uadmi- that
    m't rry a t en seee ftae bres a
    dY. I hM be a Nelly mpwTtor kbt
    Ie bI L The MoeesT rand OsoUmko'
    khmo almvi weie ris bights oi the
    | M. rlik r lrrl Pid r w lp-
    lM uM -* tbb V H B rrkr *
    _~_ yoerth weft oids.WIm
    OL Wek he MIet all theo arley he

    p. m. Ihe Mrt o at k mad to work
    lad wutbOwt blo or up. B i mddle
    is weedts tr upetrlmpoeo on at
    ba bIalf a dar folded blanket. the
    tbelram of wUeh often wichC six*
    beCes. ead hw n er g t a msore back.
    -Le dom S we"ator.
    He 0Gt the Tilk*t
    "/ lomeum' returu" t-k,-ts are lan ed
    b ooMt Britibh railways at sport
    towus to salkem at rcluted rates. A
    ratber lw-l gruoiwed foiuR ItIau le-
    inuitded one to IVlruwlnban;i. Jil lMok
    tEleg rk at Hull dcnurrt-d.
    "*cnn'l*s returns' are only i4Jlqe,L
    to sallo." be saouleil.
    *' re!l. i u a si.llibr." u:;i thla' reidr
    "I a.id l!te i I, rk "'Iiw il I to kLslw It
    In e, "i -iv :art. #,'u f t k ie ea'" ui:it- t'%-
    a I%,'0 r ". \'lI. ,'I h:t4.I o4 in 1
    fv l tip% '.'. .r r I l ot ;,'.:,o ., i, f ll
    4'f \ <,,ir h' .:e*al 'atn 3 ,ti ii 1. :i 4' i
    1>f 11 4 .; t 1' 1 *i 1 : **


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    ou~r i.ti L 't itoI.-
    fit 4. II I I I I a. .r t.1 ..


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    I~~~i.~H 41 I III l I I
    ~ ~ 1 I*11 'i.4 II *45I Ii ? -
    atI.ate1 ~ 111 Ii K 11 1. -1 'I
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    E


    4UmCE ISTENm


    .155 CLb I-ub IL Bonks.
    vills; Id OLaia uWd be-
    powd; a ft sammeae RI.
    vw; am* to hisA.HI~A
    Old K"y. mi al am wmd-

    AA "AWUJA mi FARMU

    IWAMM
    b I~wr II.
    -r ~~1 ~pi0,
    winII l 1i~rb


    )U list-) %. III it .4,11 C11 .1


    ,,t


    S UMU aIlle, aI I- 11. At. .ai 1- alit j W % .'.I
    & Co i


    He, Moan Way.
    that eel. 4 1l .I Iii % % 411 $%il
    there* un that op %%. Uhl u' r f.eia.r
    child
    "It -11 lb. The It h t aai 11. P.1Id ItI
    Miawun 11' he lddn't uak w tm.*If
    I'd made It lir Iw h wid. 'abrllnc.
    44341 )-,,u ImiW-riwir t hi (eakil''
    Chicago Tributac
    Mr. I fU. Fritt. Omeunb. NN. T
    writes: "My litl, girl twa grestli
    beass"d by Lsg Foley's Ortso
    l*IIYCv s&ad I Wlink it Is the beat
    f or coastlpaUom and Ilvre
    P'solea Oriso LtAysUw is
    4w INMWIW C69"486 #A itb
    b udiL Pamit wi eawt v. 604 t
    L a I O, p e b il d m s a & a I t
    =Ma te* ystem Mid Clow* the
    inelelhaLW. MeOOGUSS& 00


    75


    CHOICE


    This property lies imi
    versity of Florida, and
    electric light, telephones
    better offers in the State
    drained and beautiful.
    we say, BUY THESE I
    nothing to stand in the v
    ucS. Buy at your own \


    FREE


    SILVER


    .1


    LOTS


    Will be sold at auction to the highest bidders, regard-
    les of price, on


    WEDNESDAY, APRIL


    14


    Beginning Promptly at 3:30 P. M.


    THIS WILL BE A REAL


    AUCTION


    -- SALE


    nediately in front of the Uni-
    is connected with city water,
    ,etc. As a home site nothing
    .The lots are all large, well-
    To the investor and speculator
    LOTS NOW. There can be
    vay of a remarkable rise in val-
    price. The terms will be easy.


    SOUVENIRS


    Now on exhibition in the windows of J. S. Bodiford C&
    Co. will be given away.


    Ladies desiring to attend the sale can phone 134
    and a carriage will call at your home. NO CHARGE.


    Do You


    Know


    If not, go with us and look
    subdivision on


    1m T RIP 2


    wednesday

    These lots wil
    know there is n(
    erty. It pays bi
    You can Positiv


    Free Carriag



    WI WAI
    HTE PEc


    at this desirable colored


    14; at 10:30

    auction, and you
    ian colored prop-
    ney.
    t your own Price


    Band Concert



    LTY CO.
    MINUTE


    also be sold


    at a


    - -90 q .


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    NO BY-BIDDERS, BOOSTERS OR PIKERS.


    Morning, April


    ) better investment tt
    g returns on your mo
    ely Buy These Lots at


    es; Free Souvenirs;



    rSON REAI
    )PLE THAT SELL A LOT A


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    THE DAILT SUN: GAINBILI R. FLORIDA. APRIL II. 1909


    NEWS FROM ALL

    PARTS OF FLORIDA


    Il'r. .tratlo n are tw o itlc
    the' almnlmal s-c.,.lean c(i
    A I 'I % i' ~ll I 111 41 t


    The Woed "Person.
    Clenhral fleijamiIn Itutler. it I.
    snkl. onc(e auISrtNE'thal that a U al):StI
    ti.. fl*1b'Ndli i'. iit bontxI..suf
    ll, a I Ii .A I 4* I i ti 't V,, iia ;T A.i'


    I *


    ' .I? '.1 ',!


    'I


    l I


    . I


    I '

    I .1 .


    Thei ) (' IrIt .*i:.int i r' of St r
    l.,:e(i .* o' ilu .' !:i ... ; ', .' ; h* ilh .. llc.
    sanId .-i) ( Illc.,tilins. for thi ti nurt
    h, up*- ainld Illl ad1 ,\ rli lr 1,11t 1Th,
    S,'lirit t l All bIII I t .aiol.t 1hi. l7th
    of Ma'y

    Lamt Sunday afternoon hile ihe,
    lEIctrIc pier was c'rowivdl ith ilght-
    swers and excursionlital s ;iting for the
    steamer. which was alprolaching from
    Tampa to land. little Ruth. the two-
    year-old daughter of .Vr and Mrs
    Charle P. Puller, who IesI over the
    bath bouse on the pier. was playing
    at the d of the dock. and by some
    eeCdeet she fell overboard into the
    bay. Intaltly a well-dresed Iget(e
    me ~jmaped nto the bay after the
    McM lad to a few minutes restored
    er uaharmed to the arms of her ter-
    riled perests. A elfort was made to
    aam the same of the Ientleman who
    Ived the child from a watery grave.
    but In the excitement which followed
    he disappeared from view. and all el-
    forts to secure his name failed.

    Eminent Authoritie Say
    That out-door exercise is needed by
    the American people. That's all very
    well, but how can people with rheuma-
    tism follow that advice? The answer
    Ia very simple use Itallards' Snow
    Liniment and the rheumatism will go.
    leaving you as spry an a colt. Gives
    quick and permanent relief from
    rheumatism. ne'uralgia, lame back.
    Sold by W. .l Johnson.


    Seeing and Thinking.
    Most pI'ophl4, b', an 1l,;. It h \\len they
    think ,f It. Til'y (can so,. It-re tlhair
    eyes n gia'si trIl'-;l ear.v. i **g ..r thte fig-
    urft. ,on, I a chei flmi" iral r l i I iL,-y tlhiiik
    of lHinn. In ,riler tI, I tl I ailll i. 4t
    meni lmtik u( 4' o.f ai.:i_ **,,'' I liry
    mllay le f a liiT r' I Ii I '1.u in i '
    mIaIn n: IIn'l lw tlhiiii.k f It.ii> s*-
    Just the [Iria;ei V r ;* I!, t r '.-.s I i-
    hioul. t i I i'- I |!: 1- 4 ,1 <1 t .: r'.
    |isii the l't t 'rr lx ri:...id w I- !. -
    "-* the diTff re-, t :itnl s r lIn:;i .- f hli
    elii I .:1k II-0 ,. : f r !:\ ll ;.;
    hear lIi, w ,rdl'. f i4 t i r1 I,' i.! i l
    the om. l-e s. -Ii -ttr r. I % .. : It
    th % r.Iis \ i r i t % t r
    IMl: 'k u i n l.i:e gr..ii i ,I l .inl..n
    IPo tL


    CASTOR IA
    Pur baua d Chliro-.
    hru Kn YN n Ap Itla



    Sea "Wast ads. brbg rueal

    BUSINESS CARDSO

    DR. OEO. R. WALDO,


    -DENTIBT-


    eebMM liDla, Sg aMOM M!hs
    i1 Phowa 61. Aln Leaf t lasmsi

    DEL 8DWARD CLARK
    wre
    Oo es aGraham ulMbIe. ver
    samadrs & r W@nsur. Phoem
    No. 356.

    DR. DuVaus 5. suakIb


    0o6 meve GalvlUW Nkawl O-
    Phm 5U.


    Dx H. ALDZAMAJI.


    DENTI ST.


    JBoe over Duttoe & Co's. Bh
    Phone 2t0. Calaeevlle. rla

    Wro. %. BAKER,
    ATTORNEY-AT LAW,
    O OLICITOR IN CHANCERY.

    CAINESVILLE. Alashua Co., FLA,
    OBoe in llairans Bloek.

    FERIDINAND! HAVYK.R,
    ATTORNEY AT LAW.
    (AIUIIsvILL, FI-OB DA
    Ca -sel your sity property. (Ima
    proved and unrlmprored), phoephaie
    truekitir and farming lands. Send hbi
    a list of what you I .er for ale. sitla


    A Healing Salve for Burns. Chapped A ARL L
    Hands and Sore Nipples. J (ARLIL


    Mit hlpio!*,- .mil,! hi .i ,I h..i,,l- ('dhilnl
    he .rlaih Sahi, i-i in I \ 11I, it It
    alla thli.e piill f lii .11 liam 11 I
    ltaiithl and uIle',. tth' lli l i:'- \* rI,
    n.a' v 'r het-i tui l.patri, u ijthir I1 .i
    ingK a sa( r Pi 'e lt- F'1r .-al .
    by all drugi-t-'

    Getting a Lane on Prospects.
    "Iir. I hate a a 'sry iT'rloit l Ilui|'nel
    |propositi to I l ii iLe I I- u. u lout I-.fi'ra
    approaching tlhint uuld ,,'u carev I
    make a statelmei-iI of ,, ur Ornancla'
    cunditlou ?"
    "certainly I hI ive' ,beetn etaitelllbh
    In this bIusiness fi r muret rllhan tflelnty
    ave years my ).trly Incoinie In w -I
    Into the hunrdrtdl i* f tihoiraila|'l ; <1,I
    constaiItly ln'rir-:iiaI:.l. I atin unlilmiii
    ed crtdlit aid i -l-.. lhi: re'ail e tt.o
    val ed at a ia ;:! ,f lilli.- I,
    abead"'
    "Thb a t Is I li' .,',- ., \,
    Itnl I au k f- r it *! fI '-. r deu ,
    ter." \ ew I ,rk IIi ri.,l

    Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head
    ache
    Alaso N '.rou ac ll al.I. I.. 'Tru .l .-r
    Ilead ahe't and a, hic' f irom (;rll aStom
    ash Troubles or 'rrmale troubles
    Try CapudilIe -It's liquid--effect Im
    MIately. Sld by drugglab

    wrotr trbiase Sa sale as thks
    i mpI" b"aft 0 a L0m
    Pe -p* o*... ho m.n e4. M IO
    w a- so 0eSO P~ A


    ATTORNEY AT LAW
    And Solictor in Equity


    Rea' Estate, Conveyaneing Nand Ues
    oral Practice. All usinees promU
    attended to. Offes next door Stol
    otoe. OAINIVIILLS. FwLOWA.


    rIINK CLARK


    THOS. W. rV.LDI3(


    CLARK & FIELDING
    Lawyers.


    Practice ln


    all Courts.
    I#YJ.


    State aud


    AlriC ( h 11~11


    ITIS FRESH EVERY DAt!
    T toe II n .&al Pic aw~l (Ca~ke* .
    4 Mt 1, .ou l ii toe rutri, iiUi' i i'i
    rig.'-t iloir ririted uhh cire,
    rich uilk and baked it the
    'Puritl t f..&bi." make our
    oAds the most dkilouou It is
    pmIlbl to prodoss
    KCVGTON@ 3AKSrY
    Pow IS4T. b1V, Pve


    DEMOCRATIC PEERS.
    The H*ou of Pree Not One of srth
    or Anewtry.
    f'r-n'- t e,, *t. h t1h te't roue ,if l,,Irdq
    stiI reitn.it';4 t ih' i' a t *e.*i'o'- railt In-
    stll htl, ti In In inia.l It t,, p 1ll
    I lHtii for it-e'lf to I.e tim 1\VI''",:lte' tn, t.
    ,'r r ho-rltItf of I-i"* i-'1 1 n!14l 'npe

    .It !- l. i t I 't t |a i t '. r 'ta '-
    I f. r !ll1 ;e h M r
    i i' wit :" il' f l 'd hr "n
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    .\ I I| i' .f \i.,,,| i,,,-t .rT ITl -s'
    moIhe:r of .Mary ad Ane t. ewAf .
    tlo;itlh ic < oti '' d a Inruy.r ir- l T
    lHyde. Mr II .1Ie wnnrried her. Mr
    IThd nftern:.ml beclue irdl chnlan'-l
    It. with ti nt tlhe if Iord Cqnrens of
    ntd lim wife. the former t td forl. Ignrd-
    himlr la dn hter Thll d: nllter no r-
    rldo the lubje t of York and enny. e th
    mother of Mnry and Anne iptcrnrt.
    bot'i nficrl:enlr queens of England.
    It Is evident tluit If queens of Eng
    land may have a btrmAid for Igrnd-
    mother lewer mortals nred not fret
    on the sbjert of arestry.
    The Engltshman would not be what
    be Is ior would be In th least be
    tramimlttlag hai very rahlubte BaIso
    hertage t e pve up his democratle
    eitol eB t ausateray of power fr
    the if5b c Mtl Mtal eo of s m
    uis a uel eW tWne em
    a-1 te ewtor ts hb y iMwleM te
    .-.i W -..uT. --W
    1bw' wslaNi O" A s I


    Sa mn m t
    In as me bb
    W'16 the (e ssrer vitrud Ia.


    m-r 4 d y te khemsb esmdra by
    W eI m R a Mes-. M i-tO: SRery I..
    1100i11S6: 1Stephes. d 14: IS1ry
    It 4-I : Rjrb.I I, 118S12
    r Joea. 11tSMs.


    PRISONERS OF WAR.
    FriendMy Fees Tat C d PaiN am
    1Oeote ad Heest.
    A cheerful Incident of the war be
    tween the states s told In "Mieion
    Ridge and Lookout Mountain." The
    Third Ohio, under Streight's command.
    was en route for Illcbmood. prisoner"
    of war.
    One night they camped, worn. fam
    tIbed, with hearts heavy and bome-
    l ate regiment. the Fifty fourth Virginl;a
    was stntloned. Many of the southern
    ers strilled over to, the pri-on cnamp to
    see the worry skb,w of the piomr. sup
    perle-'> Ynitkea.
    They did n(lt stay Iong. nicrk it
    tlhe'lr own .ii c in tint '. liurrietl ndt:l i4son
    returneit wlilth kthle.a t of ctcoffir. (coarti
    Ilre-ad. l,.I ,io, t!i'i it. -t I lh) i..il Iainl
    nil thf-'\ Iti. I'r, i .-ciillv litll fre' ir Iw*
    ain t to uo nkle IIi that lrlr ,or < :lllili. allsi
    thi :iir ';:iI ,tf ,,'fl. ,-e' rq.i* lik. II frId
    frcT itt ,,,l-, if lh-rk *>flfTiriiZ. l ii,,',
    L'.li,.'%t,- ;,i'nl a 'ilt e0r.te' h,,l-ots itiligi,.l'
    Thgi It,.\tIII- ll-,,ri, Ihti lirkl-, o'rs d,
    ,,, .- : h g.a lil y se. el T i ch
    1'.Il I .i it, e- lhi.-' T.air l.'ater. hl' ie'
    II !. w.l **r llr | e-nlIH? :alg1a 1 tim.-
    %%, p ..,re


    ,;i i ., ,! \ f r 'r, -. .r'i. < f \ ll'
    c;'. r ,r l', .. -i- .r ,.- -r ri ., lr- t .l;i
    , :i r. a.i; el,'et. l I !h I'l t r fr', rt lh

    ..,li' ,t e-f t' 'lTh!rl d oLi e',re ,oil
    dlutl t tl he f rr ilchi the prison de
    tn h m'llo'ie N arrai el.
    \ hatit regina *ntl I thal '" they asked
    'WIhrn l,-ld 1thvy started on the run.
    hgoutinrm a I4 tIly iwe-t:
    "The Flfty3 fourth ilrglinln's at the
    ferry "
    They daNildl Into their camp with
    the new. The pla<,e was astlr lu-
    atautly. Treasurts of effe, bacon.
    sulnar, o. bef. -re-r.d lweac'hel every-
    thing w'as turned out and carried
    double quick to the ferry. The cir
    runmstanes + were the same, with the
    difference that guests and hoats had
    cha ngd ilacs.

    Bisiep Butler's Genereoity.
    i16 ua1ni y I 1aaIll: ij:4%- 1 f *', -ilH i ,i11it I U
    lildlty htM ,' ce'e i I 1-1 o--f lnti' that the"


    A' a'rujg' re~ad. r II:~ t,.. ere'u%.it fur I*e.
    li%'' r g r4ll a L ii titr i t t vu %a-41 ilr

    I It- % 11, L: III@. 1I.0 -11l1tir L ( or
    actiut plix' litii ur i an in rtlwil ii ?o
    wreed Put h a i t1. I ii' ii e iat lj.,rrmOw
    w~tstp-.ihi atidilith.* PVi. Iio.,gway It.
    ibet fit.- WIJ!Ail% llmuih-le %% it h ow.- % as q
    M) n 1 Itj rii.41itsaM Iavte t ILA,6 Vfir
    , letal- eeI exati ah liisa fldtir Ljt
    uien he'uaw at I urLa % tirro. he dim

    On *so mewvraele a wars iled at the
    slle ew M
    saw lb s b l #
    31


    64.5


    Removing the symptoms is not all that is nece.ssry to cure Con.
    tagious Blood Poison. The virulent germs which produce these out-
    ward manifestations must be completely driven from the blood before a
    real cure can be effected. The least taint kft in the circulation will
    sooner or later, cause a fresh outbreak of the trouble, with at the hid-
    eous symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat, copper colored splotches,
    falling hair, sores and ulcers, etc.
    Contagious Blood Poison is the most treacherous of all disease
    It has its victims in its power
    almost before they realize its
    presence, because its first aM -e m ae E.
    symptom is usually a little oe ame MPmew- sw, as w-
    sore or pimple so insignificant s atehu aim ire
    that it does not excite sus- Wsy a"aetmm e Sft
    picion. But the insidious Sr hUu'" '1 0 s
    poison is at work on the blood r
    and in a short while de pthe -- S u l
    tient inds he is more or less mws esLm
    afeted front head to foot. Le
    Conagious Blood Poion
    Stoo dangerous to tried with. .
    No lime should be lost in rid- r U r sma. i,
    ding tde blood of this desruc- -
    ive poton, and in no disease a
    is t more tmportan to have


    mnra Dora time and leav

    eued is iwaigbi to
    diA sluts ha-ve'- is 1





    besIbS m I a*el

    Opptem aityd a Iv0rmit



    ranendy. It .e down


    makes the crculmtion pure /
    and health, and does not
    SyVe te r test race of te disease for future oumbeak. S.
    is made entirely of roots, herbs and arks, al of which I .
    ing and cleansing n their nature. It does not oolale a parM
    or mineral in any or to injutr the debicae S p of de i-am.
    S. S. S. willalso drive out ang lingering reans of minea
    thatmay be in the blood from the former treatment. If you ae ON-
    fering with Cont Blood Poison S. S. S. wMil cure y because
    will purify your blood. Home treatment book nd anyadvi
    free ti all who write.
    aTEd eW t SPCy, and ALes ,
    or minel in any form to injure te delicae p-. of ... as.




    THE sWIFT SBiw.IWC CO., ATLaAjA OaL


    aeTBit a JORDAN,


    W. W. bArIweluh


    JORDAN & COMPANY

    INSURANCE


    PORTER BLOCK


    OAINESVILLE, FLOtIIDA
    'a


    Fire, Life and Accident ',,.... *
    -- -numpease sse a--- --- -- **^H^B-a
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    TELEPHONE


    TA


    S


    The Long Distance System


    One of the most valuable features
    of our service, to our subscribers and
    to the public generally, is our connec-
    tion with the extensive long distance
    lines of the American Telephone and
    Telegraph Company and the other ae-
    sociated Bell Telephone companies.
    We own thousands of miles of long
    distance lines in the even tatea In
    which we operate and in addition can
    connect any telephone In our system
    with lines extending to any other city
    in which a oell Telephone system is
    operated.
    Thee long distance lines are of the
    moat modern and Improved construc-
    tion and are maintained at a high
    state of effiiency. The Bell system,


    operating in varleue actien *f e
    country, are uniform In their equip
    ment and in their methods f epo
    Rating.
    Only by rease of thief ele*s traMe
    arrangement between the Bell TeO
    phone oempaies l it pesible to e to
    a Bell Telephone almeot anywhere
    ask for "Lg ODitaneeW and be put Is
    communication with almWt any pilat
    in the country.
    This vast network at wires. radio'
    ing throughout the nation, is uad
    daily in commerce and for social paM
    poses by the banker, the farmer sad
    catixens in all walks of life and ou
    plant here is an Important link in thio
    great chain.


    Southern Bell Telephone



    and Telegraph Company

    Utdk mp


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    CURES BLOOD POISON


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    _ THB DAILY SUN: GAINKSVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL II, 1909


    wnsy


    SOlE MRIAL INTERCUT
    mYT suw lREPORtTE

    NOppemmd sd when Is O4W

    wpm 89 r g ,and
    M s t of the City.

    VOe at Phifer's.
    Mea day at Phlfer's.
    I Something doing at Phifer's.
    maim tomorrow at ua











    I f1s
    aP in" ate rot Mondy sa


    jesha NaHyseed at "The
    MSL i:-"" _---: < -
    M bring y er friea to the
    ai Philks -
    M WGgami abe yor shess
    Vmon DepOe."



    AdsMi of a -se was la ow
    a Pagt e lrl e '



    .- ei e, leg l7
    &d qa0 00 m-ease am
    .m a fo.M. a t
    L ei n ed ft-e lta Fe



    MW Wao ee was b ee



    at "Thn U*l8e10

    a. -wm-m, the -ass o f
    a* thse a berS to




    -u e Mi-t a-e can aav yo
    ^. Lateu gat22W. Grater S



    We" the ey t"nW

    ; w hl p Id ma the roiper





    ae .te. i


    A .feer c w tande r blare.
    So. ala byW. Id. Jetsam.
    halae s.o wlit to e you bat
    ete aste one ts.
    sier "Ults-be Depot asteo
    heIa eday a22 t I p. Un..

    Pa lml, Frus and Uhru


    a ChlM Tise Is au'amnteed to
    shils, fever. olds mad lagrippe.
    SI.. Said hb W. K. Jelmeoa.
    Chas. mils before yin b'av

    sI-ated at 223 W. Main St.
    rs. A. E. Veyle sad little child
    i yesterday) for D)elad. where
    y wil slnalnd a short while vlsitingn
    tve%
    Lst-A "few" customers because
    p we'dMt credit them. Some times
    im I a Salin We'll keep the souds
    met the cash one Atallev & t(',


    I?


    The Mg sale s mow on at Phifer's.
    Get votes.
    Piano vote Monday and Tuesday
    at Phtfer's.
    Pay yer water rent Monday and
    -ve $1 fee.
    leats are being rapidl) r -er~ ed
    for th* "*'nlon Depot."
    Rehearsal for cow-boy drill at 9
    o'clock Monday morning.
    Suets cleaned, pressed and repaired.
    Chas. Ellis. 223 W. Main.
    Come out and hear the widower's
    proposal at "The U'nion De';ot "
    J. E. Futch has re turn,.d from a
    brief business visit to Alachua
    Phifer Prop. sell dry goods. furnl-
    tare and everything at Racket jprice-,
    ulits made from all-wool fahrk~s;
    guaranteed to fit. tbas. Ellis. 223 W.
    Main.
    L L. Story and wife of Windsor
    we e amm the visitors to the city

    rall dream rehearsal of caste for
    "Ulmr Dlpot" at opera house Monday
    mIt at 7 p. m.
    nMtt Stokes of Campvllle was
    grostl his anmerno friends In
    OsImLe yesterday.
    "The Union Depot" la undoubtedly
    the ftimiat play ever given In Ganes-
    vite. Deat tell to ee It.
    No job too bard for uas n the way
    to atertg cleaning and repairing
    Chaa. iI, 3. W. Main street.
    S. N. Depeey and daughter. Mr.
    J. T. nassun have returned from a
    plea t visit of several days to Cedar
    Ky.


    L H. Had, a- of the progressive
    .elem of Orange Heights, was tra.
    ig bmidm inet la Olarle yester

    s. J. M. Thar of Atlaota is
    1 the arrivals I the city aad is
    hai~ag the A lUy of her a. D. H.

    mW.L a a. Gay and r s sarrved

    "-n the "sot few days here visitit

    VYb of Aesr. g merma
    M r iM Amer Cltse and Basket
    Company. was truamasstlmg b eas to
    the tty yesterday
    Two for .me r the aext three
    days we wll give two voe for ev.
    ery peay that is s-pea with s f or
    soeem. Hyde& Teach.
    W~ter nnquw e Water
    eatl mO N 6D- ou-a-. Wa1te W
    fstaer m"seee war a llm bew temed O.I
    T. L. Ellis, Tax Coelletor.
    D 't forget the date of Dr. Arm.
    streafs comlng-Aprl 13th. Anyone
    havlin eye or servous Ibrbles abould
    see him at the Brown Hemse
    J. A. J. Strickland of Hague was io
    the city yesterday. He sates that
    the) are having an abea ce of rain.
    for which the farmers are thakful.
    Mips Maude lAwis of Alacrhu arrive
    ed In the city yeaterda) to opend Sun-
    day with her father She is one of I
    the assistants in the Alachua school
    To laugh and grow tat is one way.
    iut 'tin better to get more to eat
    Salley A Co. win give yo more for
    the same money'-but it's cash with

    There will be an art exhibit at the
    residence of l)r W H" Yocum on
    Friday afternoon anid -vening. April
    16th. of which further mention will
    wI made during the week.


    HERE T'ET

    - AMI
    Jlat arri- I ar


    -I's, s .o t ,--rfl


    W<>ll ill' t o)* Irl lk lkv
    % ,11- tlillc k e*eI I t.
    kicil ,,| II,,r-e'- r


    IO I )..I.IS



    CRAWFORD & DAVIS'


    I il"lll~ig
    atcl.a.


    Let Us Keep Your Books for You

    l'k-puodt Iear n.amiry at a inI a4) your I i .1y 1. k It s
    save )vu tilutl a 1l y ...r |ai.l I s. ',. i- ) 11 r i. I


    Phifer Bros.


    = Bankers


    UI- gAMWAE Eel

    I I I

    Pay yor water ot Monday and
    ve $1 oe.
    Di yro motie the crowds at Pilfer's
    yterday? Get votes.


    Everybody's going to see the 'nlon
    Depot" Pollow the crowd.
    J. M. Shaw of Alachua was trans-
    actig blaiessa n the city yesterday.
    Misa Annie Lee McDomell of the Ar-
    redomuo school was among the shop-
    per visiting the city Saturday
    Plano votes at Phifer's Monday.
    Tuesday and Wednesday. and then
    what?--somebody gets a handsome pl-
    ano.
    Miss Else Smith. one of the assist-
    ate of the High Springs school. ar
    nved ia the city yesterday to spend
    Sunday with relatives.
    Th ae s no doubt bet what the
    "Uain Deplt" is the funalet play
    ever given i Osenesville. You'll re-
    gret 4ittf y4 doL't ee It.
    W P. Barry. one of the supervisors
    of the Stokes school, was In the city
    Satday om bhuaness aonnected with
    the county superintendent's office.
    Take advantage of the votes the re-
    malning days and anticipate your fu-
    ture wants by buying shoes of llyde
    & Tench lTwu votes for each Iwenny
    mlent cash
    Conductor C R. carterr of ('itra
    was a visitor to (;alnesi,.tle .strrday
    His num rous valuess \ IIt friend.
    4d 'tl, )yuIps t li/.i lit 1 hli1i nI1 tli.
    I(-Ms ou his sife
    T Iodiford. tlie' e-i Ileiiuniii rep'
    rerenutatte of the HSothhern IDrug ('Co
    Ipai. s ith heiadquarte-rs i l .J' ak-i,h
    aile'. IN a|-einditiK 1 -'rt Ahil- hI r.
    >l itiiieK hip liureltil
    J a I' Siuth. the i|holtoKraihei will
    ;' i. Ji athi c ml iiingii for .IJ t,'k oin ill.- ii ,
    .)l'uld .t c'oiI* ot f ( lda.c witl h, al Inoth)
    er and other r,-latiav, li **ti e-xibe
    It re-turn toa lh- cIit% M .1i nl.it %i e- v ii i K
    Mr and Mra \W i Hu-u.cell of Wa',-L-
    field ir. I, lIt -t .rdal. forr their
    liollmc after a|'IwndI g Ii plli a.. t s illtat r
    he.re- s th Mr. M A \\ Nltt I lh- la.
    thetr fitt t a 'll ti tlhe St.it ,t il tti re
    1 1 ll tI I lfea t Ir I T re llltl tll ', \ l-
    lter. to hi- tl IIhi
    <'e 1 II S. ('luicilt. l. i I .ii,. 1 i i.,
    \'llllt I'.-ll wle l I I .I Ir i
    IsL JlI- I l liln I I 1! 1 | i t ,. t .


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    ceats are blinq rapidly rersened
    for "The I'nlon Depot."
    Why dtoes Phller han. nich crera l'
    lt'iaug*' he o ls <'h hl;ri inr 4;,f ,,tx. '


    WlX i dco imi I, It cblvt gorin.e ifr
    .;~ a 'lcii tfxae
    $uit-e it) irci.t r altl.rat iti-. IliR1e-.
    c-I' antiix andi lrpr--iii, C'has F :l iI

    P. M ot la r.. street


    ( -llt~al, $I. Ii14,1Mli~lji


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    sl.ort hu-.'i i trip to lintits In i |,,..
    -tut rh-rn I;art of th.- Statl- I PER l
    Salifuorl ('hiiin t lHii a truck, r si f
    l, ,i.xtf' I. 1:. 4 .. ; ach Inmertpon. but no advertlae
    ii, .- (; ;, i o! : meant taken for eIs- tman 20 cents. Six
    W. rdm make a line; jo fractional lines.
    Water Celinquents. Notice-Water every word over each six court ting as
    in additional line. CAbH in ada.ranme
    ents must be paid Monday. Without
    further not.:e water will be turned off. must accon any a orders fr I r
    e lis T Coletc In til.a colin in
    T. B. Ell@i. Tax Collector.
    Ik It Now It will Ir s.% to it' -


    ODORLESS


    WANTED.


    WANTEIV -Me.-.senter after school
    Apply W. I'. Telegraph office.
    WANTED)-To rent two or three rooms
    furnished or uufurnianed; alo room
    to store furniture Addres "N."
    this office

    FOR RENT.

    FOR RENT-One six room and two
    five-room cottages in South Gaines-
    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 convenience. Apply at thib
    office.

    FOR SALL

    FOR SALE Pair of good mules and
    wagon. Apply to Jef Simon, la
    front of Dutton's Bank.

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

    FOR 8AI.E OR RENT-Five-room
    house in South Gaiesville. lot 262
    by 200 ft; convenient bars and sta-
    bles. Apply to Drar ttr Avera. P. O.
    Box 273.

    BARGAINS IN ULED PIANO&
    Pine upright "Stelnway." used ahort
    Ume; cost $700; Io good coditin.
    Going at $350.
    Best grade Estey" upright uaed
    several years but good as ever; coot
    $550. Will take $22.
    A good square plano for $75.
    Before you buy any piano get my
    prices and save money.
    W. L. HILL.

    SALESMEN WANTED.

    SALESMAN WANTED to sell to gro-
    cers. druggists and confectioners;
    $100 per month and expenses. Call-
    fornia Cider & Extract Co. St Imuis.
    Misaouri


    ;in iig-t iR lln i- ilihbion 'aiillli *
    r;tat tilda. It s absolut.-ly Icre. gsIws
    Ai*,i a.- far :and the flavor is wIerfe'-
    Ion.
    To -how swe arc not sled-ping. we
    A II give .ou two votes for every pen-
    ly that In pent with us. cash. dur-
    I.; the remaining days of the contest.
    Hyde & Tench
    'The Union I)lpot." for teneflt of
    the '. I) C.. will be produced at the
    ,lera house on Tuesday night. April
    13th. by 70 of our best local char-
    acters. Prices ,0 and 2., cents.
    All who have purchased tickets; for
    "The Union Depot." to be presented
    .it the opera house April l:th. can
    take their tickets to Miller & Vidal's
    and have the seats they desire re-
    4 rved.
    Letter see me and get prices he.
    (ore having that granolithic sidewalk
    ulilt. Samples of my work can be
    ween in this city and I refer to Craw-
    ford & Davvl, where all orders can he
    left Alfred Richardson.
    Plvev-roo eottage to rent on block
    adjoninl square. formerly occupied
    by W. L. LaOramde; city water. elec-
    trc ligta, sewerage, bath and all
    modern n coveniences. Apply to Mrs.
    H. H. MCreary or SUa offtee.
    When drmmers travel 50 to 100
    miles olt of their way to get to a
    hotel to sped Sunday, you can bank
    on It being tar above the average.
    The Brow Houe is crowded with
    commercial iem F ridays to Mon
    days.
    If you have backaee and urinary
    trouble you should take Poley K'd-
    moy Reedy to streathen and build
    II) the kilneys so they will art prop
    rly. as a serious kidney tr-,ble may
    develop. W. McConum A Co.
    There will be rehearsal, of the
    *Trades Extravagans" at the opera
    house tomorrow morning from 1n un-
    til 12 and the entire afternoon May-
    pole children are requested to bI- there
    promptly at ? o'clock All who are
    in the Parisian nodel .ca.ir pIlease
    -onlle at lt* a nI
    We often wonder how any person
    can be persuaded into taking anything
    but PoFy's Honey and Tar for cough..
    cold.4 aud lung trouuI,,. lto not be-
    fooled Into accrptiig "owun ni;ik.-" or
    other substitutes. The genuine con
    lain Dno harmful drugs and is ai a
    yellow paclkae. J. W McColluim &
    S1
    loe KREWAHi' I*1.I -t. r...Il *>r
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    money refunded; 50c per bottle.
    Sold by W M .Johnson.

    If it's printed staUooery you want.
    rh. Rilln nmre Is the plare* to set It.


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    THE OLDEST BANK IN CENTRAL FLORIDA


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    W. B. TAYLOR,
    2d Vice-Presdent
    E. 0. TURNER,
    Sec'y and Treas.


    THE DUTTON BANK


    CAPITAL FULL PAID S 75,000 00
    SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS- 20.000.00
    GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.


    STATE,
    County and City
    DEPOSITORY


    I DIRECTORS


    6. K BR3OME,
    J. PADGETT.
    H. F. DUTTON,
    J. A. MAULTSBf,
    J. 6. NICHOLS,
    W. 1. TAYLOR,
    W. R. TNOMAS.


    M. VENALE.


    INCORPORATED

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    BANK
    1907


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    time for a year costs $1.00.
    A five or six year time-piece
    for five or six dollars .
    A WATCH FOR A UFETIME FOR $12 UP.


    LET US TALK WATCH WITH YOU.
    LEWIS C. SMITH.
    WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
    GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


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    Rejoices With all the Citizens of Cainesville and
    Central Florida in Celebrating the


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    It is with grateful appreciation we acknowledge with thanks the liberal pat-
    ronage extended to the G. W. Hyde Company's efforts to establish a store that is a
    store---a store where all can trade and realize the merit of values they are secur-
    ing are the best to be had in any market. We cannot move the great factories to
    Gainesville, but we can move their choicest productions to our Mammoth Store
    and offer them to you at a price you cannot duplicate in any other store in the
    State except in one of our chain of stores.
    In establishing the Gigantic Store we operate in Gainesville, we have but one
    thought, and that is to have the best that is made. We operate a chain of stores
    that sells more than double the amount of goods that any other stores, corporation
    or combination in the state of Florida. It enables us to purchase the choicest
    makes of Merchandise in such quantities that we get our goods fully 20 per cent
    less than others can purchase them, and consequently we can always undersell
    competition so much that every customer within a radius of fifty miles of this city
    relies that we are supreme in our claims; that no stores in the South offer such
    grand inducements as the G. W. Hyde Company.
    We mark our goods in plain figures---we show their true value and the cut
    prices we offer on them. Competition realizes this, they attempt to disparage it
    but with no success. Our grand Big Store plunges ahead to victory and complete
    success, just as if we had no competition, and the facts are, we have none that can
    suessefully compete with us. Our efforts have just fairly commenced. Our pur-
    poses will show each week and each day to be a stronger and better store, to be
    a shopping paradise if its possible.
    To bring to you the great things that is manufactured daily for the large mark-
    ets of the World, you will have them in Gainesville; just the same, just as quick,
    and cheaper than the large markets can afford to sell them. Our expense is less
    than one-half what the cost of selling is in New York or Chicago---our expense of
    selling in the magnificent store we occupy in Gainesville is less than most any
    small store. Its the volumn of business that counts, its the magnitude of our pur-
    chases and sales that reduces the cost of operation. Hence our success. Hence
    the opportunity you have to buy good, clean wholesome Merchandise at prices, un-
    paralleled. Our great Millinery Department grows---its doubling the record of
    former sales.
    Our splendid and well equipped Ladies Ready to Wear Department is the talk
    of the South. Here you can get an outfit of everything in the Ladies Ready to
    Wear lines, the genuine tailored garments sold at prices that all can afford to be
    purchasers. This department is quadrupling its former successes.
    The entire store is a revelation of the Beautiful Merchandise made in all parts
    of the world and sold here for less than any place else. You are welcome, and we
    invite you to visit our famous store, inspect the beautiful values we offer, purchase
    if its your desire. Of course, it will be our pleasure to have your patronage. If
    you purchase once, you'll come again, you'll bring your friend and neighbor and
    one and allwill join the happy throng that assembles at


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    HILL BLOCK, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
    Watch the Windows this week every day, you'll find values tU
    half price---they may not be quoted in the papers most of tl
    busy we can't write an ad, and we'll save the time to mar


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