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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 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01636
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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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GAINESVILLE, FLOARIDPA. WH~IN ESiAY. A Ill L 1-1. 1909


TEN CENTS A WEEK


FLOI


IIDA LEGISLATURE ARNOWRETLSh IP TARIFF BILL FAILURE



AGAIN HARD AT WORK--:E- AS PASSED BY H
NENT. C C. WARREN.


HOUSE


Senate Decides That Mess. assey and Withers Total

An Eligile--May i Intrded.


I n


Vote Pol:ed in City Election
Tuesday Was Only 513.
The Result.


Filed With Jokers That Pretead to lece Sche.

ddes BM AcuaM Advuce The


TA!..lAHAS!. SE. Apr!l I: -Aftt r ab ut that the repIorts shall not ie read
somewhat stormy discussion. which' unless the reading Ih called for
lasted for over an hour. the Senate New Sills.
ye-terday afte.rncoon vo(,te t,1 dcl '(3,
(.r otise .M <. N IThe following are among the new
",.;.nct,r l ,ulis C M.i;-. and) 1. N
hills Introduced:
'Withers eligible to their seats in the introduce
Senate joint resolution No. 6%. by
I'pper House of the Legislature. McMullen. |.roositn an amend-
The discussion was precipitated 1,y^ a men
ment to section I!* of the State' Con-
the submitting of an unfavorable re-
port upon the two resolutions of Sen-olutlon i
tft..- ii tSennate joint resolution No. 70. by
11 dC ttI tIh.mI-il oO f


tMe two Senators by the Committee
on Privileges and Elections. Senator
Beard wished to have the two cases
set for a silecial order Frida) morn-
ing. but was voted down.
During the discussion over the mat-
ter ome hot talk passed between
SChairman Cone of the committee and
Senator Beard, and some of the other
members who were divided on the
question also expressed themselves
rather strongly. Senator Reard Inti-
mated strongly that the committee
had not gone into the matter as deep-
ly as It should. and Senator Cone on
the other hand retorted that he con-
sidered it up to Senator Heard. who
was pressing the matter, to bring any
evidence he might have before the
committee "
Senator Heard wanted a resolution
assled setting tae hearing of the mat-
tr fr o a special order Friday. and
calling the Railroad Commission and


Mr. Miller, rlrolosing amendment to
section 1. article lo. of the constitu-
tion. regarding homesteads. To con-
stitutional amendments committee.
Senate bill No. 69. by Mr Beard.
authorizing defendant to condemna
tloi. p'r ':. ", -, :! 'i -it:!:::--
in issue the need for such condemn
tion proceedings. To corporations
committee.
No. 71. by Mr. Iroome. obligating
Judges to pay Jurors summoned on a
pa el. and after the panel has been
exhausted to pay such Jurors $2 per
day. and for each fraction of a day.
Now Is discretionary with the judge
as to whether the juror shall be paid
for the full day or not. To Judiciary
A Committee.
No. 7,. by Mr. Harris, to validate
and confirm, grants. privileges and
permits made by cities and towfks by
resolution or ordinance, where acted
on by the grantees and grantors. To


the Internal Improvement Fund Trus- municilalitioe committee.
tees to produce their minutes to IH' No. 76. by Mr Sanis. providing for
amed an evidence to plrove the em- riceie by publication upon non-resi
'"lloymen't of the two ge'nttlo-'ni' re-I dentil against whom sult II brought
e activelyl y There' wer,, repeated roll for contract To Judiciary It ('onmit-
4 .illks ulmili ario s Ioliha-'s i of the l|ue. t' '
;' .t but Se-nator lHeard lot. and th,. No T. by Mr. Sanms. irohiliting
t ) Se-natlor M;a-.l and S .llatlo: fh u in fresh watr. lakes and
V *th er, will k-eeo, their svat.-. -treani.s of 'olu.ia county ith Iretr
r _.or ?.'ii To ganice and nf.h.rio c-tonin
Routine Proceedings. or To ga and fhri -
i IlIII|| *'
T,'A tit eight u.moiiol..r- w. r. lpr'. Ne ; p h7 or Itlak.r cof the. Tae ut-
t for roll v.ill wh.l th. S ;oatt uW;.- ninthh I,. ri.,11,. -t ,or a;t, ;ilil a it ;Ial .,;l
.,@i ,l to o rrle.r ;at I o ( l. k I'lat'r .- r. ;ilit .lii utf .-% 0 ftir tli. ,r. tloo,.
S.- offT. I. d hi' ihi c(h.rll.i iii d thii Iro ; i i. d il
I .llill. o,,f tih, J,,oli.ni l o."o i- 4i-l,,'l -,,i il i-to "*',, l,..,,-;,. i oicc1,. tt,
I .v t111 NI N i l \;,' l ; .ll. l '.,l
i h s p l- a o v n t .


Senate olc ltloit t. oltit..t V1 I ii
%as0 Intrml iiM 0 I! lo I-

sicerat noo Iit riit .i
te" of It o 11%60t li -. 1 111, S. Ialt .otoo
threb1e'flotI oi I ltci o t o'lt
C~c l. '-tg1 f Whlli Eololtlll ati~i I~( n ii'

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tl oooli. .j. cit.I oo ctoor ~:o
los io Icj~cj t4 c IiltI'
of.l1 1 0 0 I11 8 Jo too it .oo
otio 'oo li i i 4 o i


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4- PI' .. l to


House To Consider Drain-


age Tax Matter Friday


0 tU j -oc'
ed otff
cunfent

Comptna 0,
Ouls a I N '! :.I .1 t .o
Wate-s id. ,
USjKcJO ta x I t. 0o .
However i!. i. 'to 1iiI... 1 I.
ald IW 0 11 ff0' 0 'II.%-4.
Drainage Tax-
X SpeCila 110t, I -I IooIf.. o t..
the m tMtd)I of th ic. 11. -. 114, (1-t 111l.9
Ioc-griu. 001.4 10 LI -
u S raanit'lBo t-f4 e''r


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The city rl -ctiloni I.'-d l ff ,rr.
Sluietl? y..hterl. f11i(!'. ln r here r ir;iac
tict.ill. .,In li;.t"- : :;. !, i.i t : ra:l.,
,ult .ill of the offlc t oft f ai;rI al
Friends of the candidates in this con-
'est worked hard for their re-ilpctive
candidatess..
The ote polled was light. but good
for the numlwr that had qualified. It
will fall in the ueighlirhood of two
hundred short of what was Ipolled last
Pear.
The result shows that Judge' Horatio
linis iand II. T. Arnow have beeln re-
e*lected mayor and marshal respect-
ively, while W. M. Bradford won over
it. R. Colton for assessor. There was
no opposlUton to the remainder of the
ticket.
The vote was as follows:
For Mayor-S. J. Burnett. 161; Ho-
ratio Davis. 283.
For Marshal-B. T. Arnow, 307;
(. C. Warren. 163.
For Assewsor-W. M Bradford. 334;
It. R. Colhton. l9*
For Collector-T. H. Ellis. Sr.. 379.
For Clerk and Treasurer-J. M. Dell,
368.
For Aldermen-C. A. Colelough.
313; J. A Goodwin. 310; H. L. Phifer.
310; W. T. Pound. 293.
For Board Public Works H E. Tay-
lor. 3:3:.

the law as enac ted by the legislature
twas declared unconstitutional.
An act of tlheI iAgislature of 1"90;
;aru\id.d fur the return Iayinent of
t:'. 1 .1\ % iI ll t. ( to tle ('coUllIet's of 1l '.
A4tilt, Patd a11d olth -
Itn l.i- \.tto itn a.< (i.)% lro,.waidi
.kci- tth. % t h- that the, l igi-ilatture.
hal.. no) riglt l>o 0I l ill,. thine l. 11 r i1,
onl'iiig it th i n ro,\ i-loi t- of t I II i.,
4:11, .11 ,(1 '-fillllK th, dutl..- nill Hl,,

:or.iriit ti. h I' lIgt il;atur,. at I I '. A
'i, l ll .tl roial >It tlh lll.l t,.r 1;; I- is-. ',
*t .1 >. a l iii I n nbc i n .
o f Iit 'l i l it ltlo.' Ij 1 ;I*t It lf
* II 1 1\.% I ;I, r I I too I' ll IIIt I* .

Routine Proceedings.
I lI H ,- s- a .t1 to i I, 1 I .t1o
I | II I 1 Il -1 i l t t '* tt' j, l'll lll i l. Ilt


I Ia. ,ti, .00:100 ,1 \I. i- 400t\ .iiocl
ho~ 0 .n -, I .111 ~ ~ I~ o \ ot 1 t 1ttoo
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Resilutocnia Intrcod.oo ed


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1W'ASHINGTON. April 13.-"Fall-
tire" this sas the word Indelibly
written across the Taft administration
tariff hill that raised the House of
.teOlrrn.ntattlse. In the view of ex-
iperts who hate now had time to weigh
the measure carefully and render a
Serdict
Filled with jokers that pretend to
*'durc. schedulest but that actually ad
lance them. reeking with evidences
of political barter and mysterious
eleventh-hour changes at the hands
of the Committee on Ways and Meansa.
the now -fanous Payne bill is In the
hands of the Senate. It is conceded
iten by many Republicans that the
upper house of Congrea must prac-
tically either re-frame the bill through-
,at in the interest of the consumer
)r prepare to face defeat in the com-
:ng Congressional elections.
Will the Senate prove Itself to be
freer from trust influence than the
House? Time will tell. If the Payne
bill is Improv d from the standpoint
of the people It will be the first time
the 'pper House of Congress ever
yielded to popular opinion during the
consideration of a tariff bill. The Wil-
4on bill. It sl recalled, went to the
Senate endorsed by the people and
ifter over 600 changes was enacted
into law along lines dictated by the
trusts.


The sliecial interests still have rep-
rcewntatimn in the Senate. Iig Indus-
ries that contributed heavily to Re
;,ublicanl canllaign funds will probably
,a'e their a)ay il the end. but not
itliout somle difficult%. There are a
'. ill urpgi n'- in the Senate who will
-tand aith the' Ikernoerats in a fight
for ra;l reil sion dowrwrnrd An Iltnl'r
-i nfi:ht ill hi.il ht. -dl occe(ur ie'
i e'ef-itl ll* "'h ti1d lat t OWdcrl he';adt d
t,' Al,!ric-h anid the (proigreNssirvl. .'"
tle'it tof t, l lt{Republlic'an part) andl the-
I hnio l'at,-
I'! fir-t t l a-t > h, PaM Nhill di-
S rillih.Ite0 agall-t thw South aind
\%%\ t i ii oitr f Iih t ,'w Ni:% gl nlit,
S It t.- Tho.re :all-tear- tto I* lift I-*
H .o r o. thi- f.;a r *t k iting ia lrt- 0' o,

11, .- ;ear oth,.r strikingg fe-ature's of


the promise President Taft made to
his inaugural address of advancement
of few schedules. "If any."
It plainly dismrlmanates asa6st the
poor In favor of the rich. In advame-
Ing the rate oa necessitie tOh om-
mittee taxed the class of artlces that
would be principally perclased by
the poor much higher than the elss
of goods purchased practically ex-
clusively by the wealthy.
Thee are the prtncIpal laws In the
great Republica tarul Mb whMb han
Just been turned out of the CarMaA
DalIell-Payne lelative hopper. And
no mention has beeo mmae of t
hardships laposed upoa the eoanmmer
by particular lacreases of dt1esi,
on glove, hosiery, coos, pies of
nearly all kinda. mber and arsi-
tural mplpements.
In contrast to the Paye l. the
Democrats delnre, the reseltIn I.
troduced by Mnleorty Leader Chap-
Clark to recommit the mea ur toI tO
Ways and Mesas Committae with -
strnations to make certaita aml-
meats will go dews Nl tarlme hak
as a earnest to the e try of what
the Democratie members ICavere
Here are some of the uamemme tI
of the Clark resolstol. which was ti
produced Just before the vote eM te
Payne meree. and was rejted by
the Republican majority:
"Reduce the duties carried by the
bill to revenue rate,. so as to rase
the maximum of rvenve with the
minimum of burden of taxation Upem
the masses of the Amerlcan people, a
adjusting the rate of duty as to deal
fairly with both producer and consom
er. with due regard to the needs of
the' (C;ernlent
Prols il for a guaranteed tax to be


I't id on iicones.
".Aliiend by pllring leather. harness.
ltoot,. hoes. and all products of leath-
er on the frte libt
".A\meitod hy pl)ac ing articles enter
ilg nlto coniletitionl with trust-on-
trolled products uppor the freer lIt.
I"'lMac'e croa uplon the free list. Cut
ial ilcreaus- made in the- Payne bill
c,:i hleor-ir amid K glo%-'
"Amn. il ht tplacinc all agriculturaJ


' r I' IL I Iii. lllllh it ll o Iit* oa Ili th "e fre.,' li-t.
Ii Lil I I ,It. I t ld .,le i)1.it. r % it Alliio id Il, aiddllig tihe following
t,, 11r 1 I lh i o li;,,\ o-1'. i I' lTh I n flloe, l, ita.ir.iplih \Vhlne'ii ..r tlhe President
I r.ot- ,tI I l i I,, I. .i tiir. Oli. liaI,-,l -hall I..w .itirnflod Il.h t Ihe plrice' of any
! ;p '.i, e i rcllallltull\ nr artlic'l of Ialic rchandilo
S I' 1 t1, I. rt l|tf tol i o i lIt' i:i .- |two i ihalnced iin rcoitse'lue'nce- of
'ltt < I i, ;.1i Il, I I11.li, I.I\ -t L i ;Ito i ,iainmol I d ir trust In tlhe I'nllte'd
S il'. .l ii to -i. iIt I ,k- ,f StO.it*' .- I* h;iil l ,iia' hli,% pro laniatiom
F' l I .* : l,,I ~. i Ih'- : f| II 1- r iill it K lht I a el* I *1lfi II of all CUo,-
S : I. i, i .IrlII ,or oinllsr' t;iaxe-. (on like'
I 1, i !.. '0,I i i; l ;l :, li ro l tlr i r r or o lllle Mil-
,tr I ,. f I ; t 1 i .'lt l II f ir ll 'iico ulitri,. "
Sr d 0 ,i -


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BE. RD'S PROHIBITION BILL TO COME UP TOMORROW


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,i ,ol. 1 wi ia h this act shall -be and
h -. m.Iin.s .ar.- h'Ie'to) repe-aled
Sri '1 lts ( t *hall go lato ef
fee oI n Itih, first day of Octutwr. A


Sua "Want" a4. briag results.


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VOL. XXVI. NNO. 'o 7










THE DAILY SUN: GAlINUVILI, FIOIIDA, APRIL 14, 1909


SIBDSIITAT


UnPUMM SThOKLAND R&.
MeV LATNM NUMBR.

A Plo uIos WhIab Will Be nfroeod
0e Otelin* amDay of


Today d toImrrow and the plano
-et wteb has been the talk of
t towag r the past three months
wo be ever.
Mass Dorin UM and Miss Besale
Dpee are eJ maavorites. and only
ato lt so R wi deideo the contest.
i the way it Ie-L this morning. It
s yba rseprtd that each of the
s ei-s m beldin back a big
marve ato t" ea tbhe ist met.
m s mst, bewever. taae s
mse ~te L=m0 w lode at t7
3 U e" ThW""e Apht. The votes
wIN U ene1 0p proVmpty at that
Ow am mm w ever wIN be re
ed MeS a ft s o-l r at a otemr

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RCIALTY CHANGESt


FowOaya.
Real estate has beeitn. erclally act
lye during the asd.t wek and the ll.-t
Mrs A.fWs. Samuen, city......uioSe
m M JagOs rte, city......72.866





















Stran. ersi ha been r..mark..ag
mTe Mteowl froe tny r.......ord:*




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Sbl toeF. J.s ansield; Yrs. .E J Pea
cissk to Wi. n i. Phis W. E. (.ad to
Mism CrEl; J.T. Dentoo and In-3.





tlat to W. Pbiler: D. C strlcklhn to
J. P. MaSekld D O. Ptckeni to W.
8i. Pifer; 1. a. Dent to A. 8. 47n-
J. i Warren tAo 8lb ight.ih J. and
iD. CWar to P. Reamopy ad C.5





MW. A.il; P M. Ragey to P. Ram.
Miy; W. H. Permer aed wite to J. i
Prevatt; l A. Jobno to J. 8. Paean;
W. H. Satonder. Ha wife tot W. 8
Large Nmber of anomn adfwire to W
W. Crame; J. P. Deto to J. V. en
tieD to W. Pher: ad wick to D. L
J. o. Mansield; D G. Pickens to W.
B. Pelettr; 0. Curet to J. S. Grea
ean; Alice ToMas to A. Thomas

J. B Warreto Sol Parrish; W. J. and
D. M. Walton to P. G. Ramsey and C.











At lt. what a young baby ought. Ram-
to gW.H. In weight Ik fe yourJ. If
Prevatt; A. s. Joteluos rog with uan
dige .tion Chrtope It d to W. Ilb
llPllet (ure Curacr tod beJ J Ha
matrnsoubl. aids din tol t ftfulg
At lastood ur hat a using b aby oughtrlc
me-us good for terrthiti bable'e Price'


V;c and ,",oc told by W M1 Johulaou

Tb. habit of aswertag ada. that
appeal to you is on that wWi kee
you interated la tihe t you us m
as, and progesue
Kep your eye oa the want ad
There ay be ooaða advoerted
be as of latarg" 0 m.. L


ODRLESS



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

It i a pleure to
show them :








meIA rasm aIwE

AGDEIA1* AT WOE


(assme"- e aom ra1 OW .)
or the tramaser of Marplus o the gen-
al hand for 198 Into the roads and
brldMge fud by boards of couty com-
ma*slomer. To Judiciary A Commit-
toe.
No. ,. by Mr. Daytoo. redistricting
the iWht Jludcial district. Judiciary
B Committee.
No. 84. by Mr. Dayton. providing for
the issuance of teachers' first grade
OartUiates and of State certlfacates
to graduates of the State University
and of the College for Women. To
Educational Committee.
No. 87, by Mr. Dayton. creating po-
sition of Jailor in each county. Judi-
ciary It Committee.
No. 94. by Mr. Massey. authorizing
a special road tax for cities and
towns. Municipalities committee
No. 92, by Mr lroonie. r'lle ing
mantfactur.rih in the State of t tx It
2.* cents a ton on (ottouI~l.red mnial for
fertilizer. Judiciary A t'omiiitte- '
No. 9.,. Mr Willlania re l:ati\e to the
liability of railroads Judiiciira it
Coni nitte t
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Tw 1 hisa h 9SW. M1ar.1
w- -- *wv --a

Of all the women In the world, an
actress moat ardently desires beauti-
fut and luxuriant hair. And when her
hair begins to fall out she becomes
anxious. and intelligently seeks for a
preparation that will stop the havoc.
grow new hair and give life and
beauty to the' old.
Joau Sa e'r. a clever. handsomeu
actress. has this to bay of Parisian
dage:
"To whom it may concern: Have
tried mo.-t e\-er) hair tonici aailable,.
and at laht IPari.i-an Sage was recomn
ll'lendield to me. and, as a last recourse.
um d it to nly Entire sati-lactiion. M1.
uair ha-. .tll olMd falling. danidriult toeli
Im-d. :;ti ni 1 lair ;li;' r Iro~ l tvw)
in 'li, ill ti (I li-1I \' lelciitli0 It
i t ,'0 l.' Ie-t and i>l t -ir, thin tis -h,,rt hi tr' I k ,,\e l-.,I
S~a % r. '.' E .t-t h -i i 1.
Y-,rk ('itt
I'.n -l.4n S;a. I- ti h it: l.. rI
ir -lii re r Hli;t a ,t i .iai, 'L : .1 ..


Ii
At Ie'


Iee IIt lo e'l|l l.lc Illll e I T I'', .".. ll'l;i.
I.a ir -ihltt ii l ~ h.i .r i l ; l : h bl i, -, ',
I two wt. e k-. elor lii, n li k
It I.- tie et. l iC ,l .e l' l t e, .l h il tl. -
litti |i the w ,,rhl. .iixi l> h i hl i tl l i-. ,
1>\ t, hve luurianiit agut Kilt ou- liailr
It sill turn h.ar.h lI-t ,erl -- heiir
into soft. ilk) aand lu\uri.int hair in
a few dua\-
S'. M Johnmoin is the IKaiIt lir l'P.
rutlan lSage in (ieliii;t'<\ illi .ainl hlie
veili, It for .1, cent'i a large' tlotle' tlihe
lairiget bottle, for the, Ipric teil the
market.

Election at Alachua.
ALAC'i A. April I. Th tloul
e'le'lt ll pLaet'd otff Il-(lttit hIe'ti tot
day. The' re-sult war t folowe : For
inas',r. J %3 1 P'o ll t;, for mnare-hal
J IM (;uiin II. W t' iH.ne 1 ..1J W
MstMly -7. (or clerk I f F.^.I.eii S;
lor able rn..ii .1 \\ I "i h e I \
t'ollile .," .1 : II.&iri'-ir i *. \\ II
(. i l 1 II .I 1 t'.ll i i \ 1
I'. ie *" I .A \\ i,'. 1

The want ads. do more real estate,
buelliress thian all otht.r brokers con
blind in fa t(. thly "start" ii-.lt of
th!e bu.-iie's that 1 broke re and
agents f itl-h


ANTEE RAUlOAD

TIIOUGH TE INES

SEASOARD PLANNING POR SPUR
PROM WANNSE BRANCH.

Would Prove Valuable Move for the
Great Phosphate Interests in
That Section.

Another new railroad is to connect
the phorlhate mningi tntereets of
western Alachua. so it is rumored.
and surveyors for the proposed exte'n
slon are now looking after the' do
tall- of this (work
It is stated that the. line- will run
from a olint about four miles *,est
of Wade and will cover a distance of
about fifteen miles. being a spur. or
branch of the Seaboard.
The preliminary survey for this
,spur has already been made. but no
contracts have been entered into. and
It Is understood that the surveyors
were here Monday for the purpose of
making arrangements for the pro
posed route.
SThis will afford the phosphate Inter-
ests an outlet from two different lines
If the promoters are successful in get-
ting the line put In operatio. and will
be the mean of saving much money
to tbooe living In this section but
bavine no railroad telfltiea.
The liae wlH ra directly south from
Ita beginaing and will be close to
Newberry, rnaang to a point near
Arebr. and may eventually conseet
with the Cedar Key division from the
Waaee branch of the Seaboard.


NE YOU ACCESS


We carry at Jeacksom i U.e a afa i( e awl 4e .I i:rte


ESTHER r4. JORiAN.


3.toCi.of i'ort..i ~x. 1dtation1er'.
I'J.b.'lf% ItI e, : 'ee ,% Mi. U.',
%%*txmd*Veet .ir .. NIA,,.:r ten eall Lknd!

'A. .I, vc:.I Vc..aei% e~st.
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'ItA Tt 11 CAT.% lI L.


W. w. hAlrIOq'N.


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER BIOCK


OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident ,'"wo ,d



TNE lRNT

WHIN OAU LEASTER EOG


punishment for drunke'iillens. anid out-
lining I h:t shi.ll co-tit .il riiaL
faice e\ld enceo of druiike'iiiu:e. Judi-
ciary it Coninmillut-
Chairnman Cone' of the (Coiillltt.'t' eonl
Privileges and KlecUtionr rei, ortel d un
favorably ulpon the resolutions intro-
duced by Mr Heard attacking the'
elgiblllty of lAul C .Mass-ey of Or
land and of I. N 'Withers of l ads
Lake, to their seats. Substance' of
the report was to the effect that there
was nothing In the charges.
After this was settled, adjournment
was taken until Tuesday at 1i o'clock

Rheumatism.
More than nine out of e e'ry ten casesr
of rheumatism are simply rheuniatiam
of the iliuscles, due to cold or danipe
or chronic rheuumatiliu In such cati'-,
no internal treatentiii in required The.
free application of Chandiirltibai' IIIi
nienti ls all Ilitat Ie ie, 'ided anld it i-
'ertain tio gKi\- elul k r lio f (ie. it
a trial aiid *l .e feilr volr II li o 1% ly it relw.%e -> lthe l. ii u l.i '-or. I. -
The i e l dii tliht, > i-'i.tl ^ i itt, -i
.4ily for rhtit-tie itna i-l l eI -.clii ,I n o(i
S ry siroot, ii< *' l io, T'I'lh, .LI
toir.- lh, alll ti- .l-e f i .r 'lil.
.si1d lnl l-c iil.ir it. 1iiih..it l lF'"o 1 .1
h.i all ditjg-i-w-


are known to exist in this country by thousands because
freed from pain and suffering by Lydia E Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
Could such a record be made without actual and supe-
rior merit? Read what this woman says, and realize that
the results secured in her case could not have been made
except by a very good medicine.
DeM Mct IL a mre thm yeas I suffre with
an t" treMbles women have. I had .en deer after &aetmher
waihut ees-wlgsany beniefi they advised eperstlem, but
I ofme m y body mad feeSt wo nswl, camsd
iy mmd-- = -tambean t -yu--&
0Ab-t ids sem-esaa I ea rd lf at Pmbkam s V
Itaa "Ce 4 a mmi wderl to t W As weeks I was
lh ve 00 pLe at a Oe dmode W,
a I =I:w II-- la-- -ir--- ------ -^
bthIe nad ede -I tago --ag o Se-k-* tiake

Avae. De troatl,
Science in surgery and electrity has advanced much
in the past years,but the treatment of disease by the old
fashioned roots and herbs method has never been unproved
upon. Te fact that this leader of them all-Lydia L
.fahVa'. VW-.A-i. --s today the largest
selleeof any similar medicine in the world, is proof positive
of its value and superiority, for with a!1 our enterprise
and advertising we could not keep fooling the people for
o years. Merit and merit alone is what has made Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the standard medicine
for treating diseases peculiar to women.
For 30 years Lydia E. Ptklutkm' Vetabe
Compound ha ben the standard y for
femle Illa. No sick we a doa justice to
herself who will not try this famous medeie.
Made excluNively from reet and herbs, sad
han thousands of acres to It# credit.

you do not understand, write to Mrws.I
Plakham at n1y.)n Ma s., fur r advioe- It I
free and always helpful. v


MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY
P bone 5.N. t Oce'an rt rvtl JAt'KS(NVIILL. ILORIK UAIA


It will oon be time to


USP one.


It is time NOW to
lbuy one.


NO Vbi D) y r. mu son. rasing te
age. limit in the' public schouls frouin
,ltAiei r .ii .it j ,rik hI%& ii .i11 e i.-,
six to' tig t .'Atr- Judi i.iar A i i t
Su o t ..r. ,. ., ri io I, -, 1l- it w
N.o .49. by .ir. H udson, rt-latit, toi.


Family Medicine Without Alcohol
A Yb ITeak Wbhed Ak "W A (C~ Mseratie WiheW I"A& Ab
A @W lmffig sbit "W I A Vamkv to ml Wmhd Ak"bel
[A ou = doctor If a family nr-dic.inei 6c Avetr's Saruparilld, is
bgO wthut Ak-oho~l tiumt with it.


that colltUil-
a114 lik, ill


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AL V. CUSHMAN, Agetkiuwoni, nFisrdA.


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T4K DAILY SUN: 0 UNtINSILLB, FIOI(DA. APRIL I1 19 19


SUDDEN DEATH OF

MIL J. 0. LAFONTISEE

EXPIRED IN Hit ROOM IN WASH
INGTON CITY TUESDAY.

Information Received by Relatives
Gave No Intimation of Cause


of His Death.


N 'w s w .t r ., <'!.I 'J it, -1la1 of thI, I sud. ii death ,tf NMr
I 0 l.aonl"ti.'. who a&. well knoiln
I* Io ni I I iha ;I I :I;* i ir n l, iu tri.indl-
.N iait al.ri( -li r r..h aci ilir. .l. first,
4 r than i; I re f iw iren f % lic hi anhii e .!
tlih fact tI, it I, lile o f n i IItI, l ir 14 i .
in hii remtim tlh. S. tlc ,, I i
a t l';ia tl ll n li .' al l Eut 1 o -l w-k

Mrs IaF<'ont-i. e had left Washigll-
ton only a few days prevulous and ar
rived at Hawthorn. where her sister,
Miss Stringfellow. was to be married
today. At the time of her departure
Mr. LaFontisee was in fine health.
which makes his death come as a
great sur;rise
Air. LaFuiitisee was born in New
York State but came to this city when
but a mere child and began work In
the newslpaba ixelr siess. His ad ance-
ment In his chosen profession was re-
markable and for niany years he held
res.ionf iible ls.itioi on thiIs paliler.
going from the bottom up to the cit)
'ditorship and mad oe one f the best
news gatherers ever employed In this
capacity.
He left the employ of this paler to
enter a larger feld of work and was
soon filling the position of city editor
of The Times-'nion. but resigned af-
ter a year's service and at the time
of his death was engaged In classl-
fying the work of the Forestry De-
partment, the data having been secur-
ed by several men under him as chief.
and embraces all of the Southern nay-
al stores States.
He also figured very prominnetly as
campaign manager for Governor Gil-
christ. and being well-known from his
long and continued newspaper work
in various sections of the State. his
influence and business Judgment was
largely instrumental in the final re-
sult.
Mr. LaFontisee was about 38 years
of age, and by his genial disposition
and pleasant words for all had gained


SEE OUR


NEW

LINE


White Mountain


Glass-Lined


Refrigerators

Solid Oak
Felt-Lined


Also Agents


for the


celebrated


Cooper & McKee

Opelite

Refrigerators

Lined throughout
with Neptune lining,
the best non-conduc-
tor for heat or cold.



GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


Scott's Emulsion
is for coughs and colds as
well as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
and strengthens at the
same time.
Don't wait until you get
Consumption or Bronchi-
tis. Get Scott s.
saw aaymtbsmssd, Iu w"b 5
ppir ie -which a as urm- .. m sol
estae to P rstas awd we"Aed ysa
"CwaM HMIp rtI f tMe WeWi :, n
SCOTT & OWlAWe, Iftw m mt i Ae N T
a friendshi among a large number
who will deeply .sympathize' with the<
wife and bereaved relatives.
No arrangements hav' as yet tbeen
made by the family concerning the
funeral services. but It is understood
that the remains will be shlpied to
this city.
OAINESVILLE'S ACQUISITION.
Mrs. Anita Spence of New York to
Cast Her Lot Among Us.
The following mention concerning
Mrs. Anita Hendricks Spence Is taken
from The Coat of Arms. a society ipa-
per published In Jacksonvllhe. and
which will hb read with much inter-
est:
"The fortunate members of society'
wht havo' had the< I'.aure the acquaintance of Mrs. A. J. Cox's
charming guest. Mrs. Anita HendrickP
Spence. of New York City. will be In-
terested to learn of her engagement to
Mr. Newton Anthony Callison of
Spring Park Farm. near Gainesville.
Frorida
"The weddlag is to be solemnized
very quietly. next Wednesday. at the
bome of Dr. and Mrs. James Fletcher
McKinstry. at hlh noon.
"This fortunate little East Florida
city will fnd the bride elect a distlnct
acquisition. Originally from Tennes
see. Mrs. Spence went to New York
City and made a very Important place
for herself. She is an elocutionist and
reader of unusual ability. and her
drawing-room work was with the most
cultured people of New York City's
exclusihe circles When she went
abroad she carried letters of introduc-
tion to a number of exclusive IAondon
.And Paris society somnI stand her suc-
ct.-r there was distinct
'M.r.. Sim-nce' tloni.r to i.se.\ ral at
tractice New York organization. She
i chairman of the Iixle ('lubt. of four
hundred nienltwrr and is a inlltnllr
of th, l Marn Arde'ii Shak*-,|.-ar, ('lubi
whicli i- llllmittd to twc'i( nfl n' ill'li
l'.r%. and alA ;t.,e ti.i- a ailing li.t


Slitkgfrlomil ent tiel Cliiti -iicv lict-
e -11 X -flt Ite 1 111f 1 [lo- ah ccl .le e-t 1 It s
Ifleol m ll 111t.e l n i fIc f I hit It 0hi1c i ll-lac .i cI Ia
kI ;.t :I % 4i1- ,mit mil hemiir M i -
1,eei4 %a a t itx. e te the' i -I t it -nicer
lilt -.1 1 itiiir itwtett lg e 4it lie. Cit. % FtA
--I .it ifecII cof \.'A .c, k (c hue
'Si~te- t'- an ,relc let I t DmixtiteT c tfe
Ci 'cc -,ei-r.ic' midl1lee leei-i top Nl r- l.itwe-
II1iim % l'irke r %-\,.A Vcerk (liajete i of
4 -I I:t t It cit 1.1re -lif its iiil1)4 1'- She .e-&...c'-tocif
A It tite l~iimiecr% tIccaII% Ir a1'.11 eIll flt
co, he. I I w c i
er itit -tI lilt II iitait. fy .i. llI II ii N
V I it k I E 1 la ti. 0eI. s ItIc 4c1 A Is I
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t.


V'io I IIlcia-Y and Tar Is a iafe
CUdArd agaime? sertiu. results frum
springg c(oldi, which inflareL the iluuag
iud do.c-leiP i to purumonlia Avild
-uuntrrfeita by Insistfin upon haviAS
the genuine uroleys Honey and Tars
which contains no harmful iW 98 J
W A Cou.0 a '


WORK COMMENCED ON

EAST MAIN STREET

MATERIAL NOW BEING PLACED
ON GROUND FOR PAVING.

H. Cairn of Jacksonvle Receivss
the Paving Contract. Also
Sewers and Gutters.

\\ rk hta- at, I.i -t ce(niiniiie, i oil (i
Ki:.i lt .uiiln trr t a;lid v ithini a ftew
e. .ks Ith l clitIiy s ,l ;;aiie-\-llh. aill
hlia\e their flr.t \itrltn d .trr.,,t
Thlie cotract foir this paliiig ata l.et
oi ( II C'airni of Jacksoim ill .. h h
..i- haidl Irhe of similar work
1ira Ilhlileut Ithli Co tlllti :liln| % ho a:|i.
-re. II gr-at *d,': ( dlurnie thi"e iea r
%cwork done' hl. ('Coitir.actoir ltheni:in.
ltr. Pl'ortr ill hase his side, of the
-tr.-(t flttl'd 'ith a i 'raroliht iv s'itt,-r
lhil.- thie' we'st side'. owined bb I1,e-
trillhani will ht- grannlt,. this matnrtal
already wing ordered for the work.
The contractor stated yesterday
that he would commence the work at
once. being already busily engaged In
raising the sidewalk for Ih. Porter
mid will ninitnediatel3 1 lac' the gutters
ilong the street 1o, His 1 -'iho secur
-d the contract from the- council for
he drainage sewers and will Install
henim before laying the brick.
This piece of improvement is only
the forerunner of many blocks that
will follow with this material. and all
of the citizens hall this improvement
with a keen sense of delight

Fer Cocstipation.
Mr. L H. Farnham. a prominent
Iruggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa. says:
'Chamberlan's Stomach and Lver
tablets are certainly the best thing
m the market for constipation." Give
thesee tablets a trial. You are certain
to And them agreeable and pleasant
in effect. Price. 25 cents. Sample
free. For sale by all druggista.
"The Union DOpt."
One of the largest audiences of the
season greeted the presentation of
"The 'nion Depot" at the Haird Thea-
tre last night. Further mention will
be made tomorrow.

If you have backache and urtmary
troubles you should take Foley'a K'd-
ney Remedy to streonthen and build
up the kidneys so they will at prop
early. as a serious kidney trouble may
develop. J. W. McCollum A Co.


Then SbveWIa
7TW L ,. 7raCumKET'or


The New Perfection VWck BluI
Flame )Oil Ctk,-Stove differs
from all other oil stoves.--lf ha
a CABINET TOP. Thi
means you can keep dishes and
utensils within easy mach while
cooking. ma ri w kIp ft d A
af/rr remi,,f istfr fl tw m e.
From its wonderful burm s s
its racks for holding towels dth


NEW PERFEC ION

WkD BMe Rme 01 CkSWi
is without equal. In principle of c-m-in ed het eus- thim wLe &
can be doo quickly and without the kitchen being head to m .-m--- l
degme. Can be lisghed mitanty aad turned lb"hr or
Medium" at will. Three s=. With or w Cabi.
Top. At your dieler',s or write our aumat agcy.


R yaaLampI tink's
liing-room.n Werll i mootI JeW t m
I Metly ad ry oranmemL U mt with iye
dis r, wte owe n es .
mmmaOm" an c W


TN! GAINCSYIIL [INGIRIIIIMi (OlNNAl
i l------Nit I ff----
Office and Drafting Room Oppods i row a Ho HoteL
P. O. Dmwer "W."


N. H. COX, Consulting Engineer


-wvsp dm m bad iimujEbafs. kf.
ad COM M I fis hu '
Took" OIL ftIhriFU
CowuMtatios in Civil, Neebhamlol Wad Ebta Rulaesfita tu mMd AI peI
mnveuotolaIid imeldig Paw. D rat a ad DupliesDu ag' EMmp mb.hkbug
TFpewurium OlClulars --ueliom., Uspe-murmk nalpa Im it nw
lidtomI. Tlmg departusLt. Amats 1th51mid 1hg of NahuKMI



Advertise in THE, SUN


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COOK AUTOMOBILE CO.


F. B. MYERS, Manager


GAINESVILLE,


We desire to anr.once to the


citizens


FLORIDA


of Gainesville that ar-


r.ngements have been completed and we will hereafter have


c' arge of the new Garage on Masonic Street.


ly experienced we can guarantee you the

moderate charge.


Being thorough-


best workmanship at


We also make a specialty of Rertiq lMacis

ad wiN keep a full li of Supps atil times


Storage Room in connection.


Agency for the Celebrated


"BUICK"-Best for the money in the world.


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smsoas 940 ome as owgfl. r.

p.3 mwm. Sees (~wrr
MON um-sI
A IL rpoxrm ...... OWL pmead" M


U" Ii osl mms moar.


- b IW "waIm r bNod .-m P 1p
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m mt oklg mle krm l-

Ihmtl T f e a A ru
m- _W "L W -o ble -ill h t bi.
11 teoat el tho ae d e
*Mftseam In es adl te sende o ed.
IN0. -blo man.and S seaOl d w"l m


so ld" sLg semedsr er
,~ P baM es. mbes nId tPim tree
*^ lIke "k c, w In -4 back-m
rhit*o oies I p anybirde y Ut h and
AM W smoe t le s ma s ii aw o






Nowe amw eMt. Dat ts meat




am the emii te walsistn ae they Mam


h mve mah gemm ofhslmam rs to
lhe laew Ymotrk o f ma rdai












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Ndied Ild wcoi emJ o --lt Itrn



If the oLeg mlatue will kill three
Marths of the biMM elered lad Io re
rtree -fmrth of th a advice tUder ed.
t will aeoItlsh much, remarks The
I. Petersrbur Independent.

Hutleg tl Africa has been descrbi-
a o as lke oakm eows la w back-
o r."-, However If anybody thinks
this wonu e pot be excatlg. let him try
I on the lekwa o an average farmer
Nwta o that t. Roosvet expedition
has dmiaclosed thi xistence of .Mern-.
a toell sii W ar Datn 1 is ouetut










base t would sem tl b. the order
for some good Ohio man to proceed
to have himself appointed consul
thereto.

In the New York lail of Saturda)
last. Mr Joseph Edlar a hame.rlai
discuk ed "ir. H arriman as a human
being Quite a no el idea it was. in-r

of it b.fuore
Uncle Joe ('uni non t remark that
Chamip (lark do-a Int di rimin ate b-
twee-n fate that ar, facts and facts
that are not factse ix oin. s hat ari
blguouz. but it e,.nle to b. a holly
pIrllaue.ntar'
K"The Atlanta Georgian see sm dim
posed to take a lenient 'bew of the
man ac ho traded hia wife for a km
of m .twr.o" uay The' Milwauket entd.
el. Milwauke... naturall. Is inteLret.
ed in the t ivr a arlou c(.ommuina -
take of that proporItlonu

The War Liepartmednrt is in the mar-
ket for 10-it caairn eorses, to be ship
ped from bAattle to the Philippines
They are to be eldings of superior
class of solid colors. b). black th
bCrown., chetnaIUIt, or s rrel'. Mid ar e-
to we free atnd ,ay at the walk. trot
and gallop


The Re-poutallcalle'ede-r i in theI
Houses- Se rv- ciilge-citeo mlake' tueite-
loisW. io rti I te limtil de d .ite taii0t.e
tariff biHll iac .t:1,-(It i tee Ileist -I,-
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UNIVERAL PAC.L I IServla has fast had a bumlllatlna
-- epwri-nr In being ompelled to ae-
That the "'arllament of man" and i*eat In te nnnexation of IRosn*4
lverlral peate and brotherbood Ie1 ;'nd ll,-rzx-r.,Ina il, Au -tr.' Wh-n
tween nations le yet to the fair dirt Austria first n,'n:,. it, it.',;itoa i .r
ase must be obvious to all. A mi n 4 rvia calle-l out h. r tr>r.,, i. lrte-t.e;
who hIvents a quickh ring gun. a new .:31al;at the. anii.\.,l'on an I tr .itt. .
eJplosive. a torpedo. or MMorn other kar Of cur-' a sm.nall kinad,,m Ilk
man-klling device, can get the ear of Serlia. unaa-i-ted hv a larger power
any government far more readily than would have not the ,lithte-t chance
the man who has a life saln inven- against the. dual monarch. & Thi wa'
to. so obvious that It wam. generally fIelt
Just now the crase is for his battle that some nation. ,prunetinatly RuPsia.
ships of the Dreadnought type. En-. was backing htr There i- no doubt
land sets the pace and other nation that Russla and Austria ar. jealous
follow, and very recently Great lBritain of ac'h other and Mewlner or later they
was thrown Into a panic and voted will probably engage In conflict for
many additional millions of dollars supremacy In the near ast. Itut Rus-
because It was learned that German) ia is not at present In any condition
was oilldinl a number of Dread- for war and if she encouraged Serrla
noughts and planning to build more to l'rote't and tnreaten against Au-*-
Sch a vessel costs millions of dollars tria it nluat have been a game of
and It becomes obsolete in three or bluff which did not succeed. and now
four year.l. Scrvia knows the humiliation of de-
Thakinlg meg are askiag how it is feat and the bitterness of relying upon
golag to end. and nance ministers a professed friend that does not make
ad secretaries of the treasury are good.
at their wits' end mI Europe to raise
the money with which to build. The In conaIlling tlw Legi-,ature to pro.
borden rets upon the people whose ceed with caution in amending the
taxes have been enormously Increased primary law. If such Is contemplated
it recent years. and It Is plain that at this session. The Tampa Times
before very log some of the nations says: "If an attempt is made to
will tae bankruptcy and then perhaps amend it at Tallahassee the chances
sheer bbmaeal exhaustom may compel are that It will result in mangling the
them to halt In their mad race. law, which Is pretty good now. It
That ulversal peace will come we may have some minor faults. but we
do not doubt; the only uncertain thing do not remember to have heard or
In the method by which It will come. seen anything of a kick from the vot-
Will It be the acceptance of right prin- era. The only voices audible In oppo-
eopli, or by the adopt of arms, sition are those of politicians. too
msa. etc.. of so destructive a char- many of whom are again Its results.
acter that war will become Impossible. When we find that the honest voters
or by toe bankruptcy of nations? Per- are kept away from the polls It will
h1I a deade or two more will de be time enough to look for the fault.
ede. The sages at the State capital might


The Peo la Jooural believes that
the joit rsolutiom calling for the
submlssa o of a constltutlonal amend-
met t for State-wide ;roblbitlon of the
liquor traffic nl Florida will be pass-
ed by the Leislature. and says the
sooner the matter has been disposed
of the better it will 1e fIr all con.
earned. In advising an early disposi-
tion of the issue. The Journal says:
"The point now is that the Legisla-
ture-which is going to pass it any-
way-should pa i this resolution at
once and be done with it That will
settle it so far as the Legislature Is,
concern,. I and that la,.Iy tan then get
down to other tbsiine.--. leaving the.
liquor question to I-c passed on by the-
people one year from n-et November "

It Is repo-rted that the ne-w $:.,io**o
4MOU office hbulldnt cof the lielut-e of
Rel.re.mntatl, h I o e-r-run wi th nlmie.
attracted the.re. hbl the ho-ii;tnds of
packages. of g;ird(iltn see nenibn.rs hale- had se.,'t ti, th. r rcii-
in the offict-e ,Imil lzrl I hii th -,. tli
is a cause oI timuch nlhmre -eriou- (,l -
(ern to the. llanvy co l'ln enlll,'. *,..
t.e-linorajihe*rs and cl. ik- thlln i- thi.
liron(l -ctl (of an ini res.- In !the- olri .'
of feI-mllli .nirln i; I'p.t I r1 -
i;are-d in the l'.tn.* t.tr:. *.11


Une Lr a" I%4 'I.IIee a i it C 1 I i k tlii-
that t i-it t tsr thoe l-ii l -- ii?.I
of the comolt%. for aihIt K.. h ik
(minaii ioa* !' -titi tnreln. ePlieiti
r-hoild ti gee III leetug d a fe. %% aclil r. .1
Thecisaw o-1i 'eallsr- a (1 l-%. iha ia t (
xre-.%I. a- is it-~timingthte- t~ariffY101 altt~ai
t hat the- cowa-umti- r s tel cIi goe ci 1le1.-
irag nilloupba )a t -.ar Ieec~aw-e- yf the-
conutinuatioan of e'~tfartitcac4te- diiane-:

To-mas alw-ays goe-r- the- limit Stit-


do worse than let the primary law en-
tirely alone."

Mr. Cortelyou has a nice light Job
now president of the gas company.

Act Quickly
and you will save yourself a lot of
suffering and trouble. If you have a
sudden chill--or take cold-if you
have colic, cramp or diarrhoea. don t
wait a minute. Take at once a tea-
spoonful of Perry Iavis' Painkiller in
a half a glass of hot wate-r or milik
You' l be m-fe and on the right road
to quick recovery. Then ncm'll c-ca|p-
serious illln"-s. But you ought to hae-
thi- tried and proe.n remedy on hand
for tiuniwdiat- use'. Ite-ing prepared
Is half the ;,..t:l. when there's pain t,
subdue. New size bottles 35c.. al.o in
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THE DAILY 8TTN: f0AINESVILIF. FLORIDA, APRIL 14, 1909


ANOTHER CULVERT FOR

SWEETWATEP BRANCH

TO St PUT IN ON MECHANIC
STREET OPPOSITE SCHOOL.

several Items of Property A~,.essments
Redu:ed-Tax Co 'c'- r' Re-
port Receivct.

At an adjljirneld ie'- a f the'
CAt\ ICoui .l l M <|||;:\ 1 11',. ( f,1'
I'l.,1n'I nilo-etin ra-e l I t ir1 -I
'. t i Pro Tenl ('CaninoI N r'; a' l:iur-
itn it. :rfonn (;rave' .- il *, .. i
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T he. c l- ii4 nit t l :i 1 t l i' ";I
it. f ,hla irie a .ii. 1 .1. Il.vt : i t i.:a l.' thm '
follow, inK lr on c itnlit l .l -. a. h
,w're, adopted by the Iwanril: Thit thi'
ipro"lwrty of Mrs. ItaukniKht on lib-
o rty street beI redllce.d to $2.oH) and
on Union rtree't to $:!.MM.W Willis aMc-
Rae from $44o4 to $10)0.
Alderman Iturnett moved that the
bills of Tax Collector L-K.. tlor $1,o
and $.1!' 41 Iw paid oid t if t i. O)ffRicors'
'und.
Ahlerman Grate's m,'\ (I that Mr.
(airn bw awarded tlie contract for
vtonce sewers across .l.- t Main tre'et
at 54 cents per foot and the watch h
hoxes at co;,t of 11 pir cen't extra.
which was carried.
The chairman of the .: tre t coinmnit.
tee was instructed to, go t ids fior putt-
ting In a culvert oin lE:;t MIec'hanicl
street across Sw'eetwat *r branch.
The report of Tax Coll-ctoar Ells
showing taxes collect't*1.d Ii4.;7.7s aind
licenw se .'s $39* was reeil\ed and or-
dered filed.
I'pon motion an adjourlnment was
taken until Thursday evening at 7:3O.
when they will meet to i anvass the' re-
turns of the election and transact such
other business a. nlmay conie before'
the mectinK

People pa.- riiddle Iff.- istia:y) have
onme kidney or blail'l -r ::.I-orhe'r that
.aps the itlitli l:i l i- n:iatl r:ill\
lower i iln cll agt'. F.1I.1* h dA it'
Rernmedy irrt .ts uiri:i:i: tro 'l lil' ti i
ulates the kidli, ;i;,l r i -
tstrength atil ligor It our- ill i, ;a i -
troubl!es It.v -rei h r.i liii:ii th- ki lit -
so they ill tra;i i eilt tIlhe- :'."' I.t


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Ever ybdy in Oaineeville is iligi
blo.
Oll I pople stotwaled lwth suffering.
Mildil- age. camralgoously flghtlaig
.Y Al.th I r ,t i. i, impati, nll c .
I 'hll'ir, m., it, ;a.' to t' xi !.t .
A: hi timl- r r, fr ti '.lT-r kiL!i m' -.
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4' ,* \ h" 1' I II ( ;atl It h a lldl.
4 hr dwln l 1 i ii tail th i e' loa< k
t' CIt t.;l. li( i at I i itl r ,!:-irl, r'. dl(i3 e *'t-'s. Iil hlt'-
IIk, 'ian K ila'. Pl'ill- a tri lia ka he I
4'i.re' % to; (.'r:n ,f ki'lt*'. 16il .
'.!r.. N I' (Cart. r. io %'W. Mt( ormic k
.tr :ai l *.t :\ i r l.t .-as: "-M.N
, it lf'n i.la'in d I of a et-ak lack aim.
li :i. ;i nolo- hais klidnta.es for mvfon
'irlt lHe (.- hrna 't night. tired
and hardly able to eat anything. it
wa.< ditictult feor him to as&unme a colr
fortable' losit i)on and he felt gene'rall-
ni etralhle. Finally he decided to gihe
iCasi'sa Kid Ty' Pllis a trial and iro-
rured a Ibox. This remedy soon rp-
moved all signs of kidney trouble and
fin has had no return of it since."
For salte by all dealers. Price 1WP
ce'-nt. FoSter-Milburn (o. Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
eimenhbwr the name-Doan's-and
take no other
MARRIAGE AT HIGH SPRINGS.
Mr. Warner Thompson and Miss wu-
sie Richardson United.
HI11;H SP 1INGS. April 13.-- A quiet
wedding at the home of the bride took
ilace' Sunday. when .Misa Susie Rich-
ardson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Henry Richardson. and Mr. Warner
Thomplson. engineer on the Atlantic
Coast Line. were married. Rev. (;.
K. Thonlmpson iwrformed the ceremony
in his u.ual happy and imiprtressive
st'l'. Only a fe'w friends ib'sides the'
ranill% were pIre'sent on the- felicitnou
cc a.l-ieon. hut a host of frio'nd united
in o'xtelldinin cnRgratulatisaa to the'
happy young( couple.
'Wm. Futch and family ha\e nio\ted
to St II'.lTrs.-turK IImIIc h to ti th re.grret
'" th ir Inmani fri-,nd, he.reT. The-y re
-il.'-l in Hil gh Sl rim:iw fo)r a nuttimle.
,if % *;ir-' and hat\# he I. clo-,l alli, d
w itt i ha It. lil titn] .-oai.al circl'-.' of
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n1AI.!.. April 1.1 -A general cirrcl
of congenlal drummi.rt and Inrurance
men i1ilt our little village and
eetmlingly ha'e a nice' rnn of tr.ade.
A gtood crowd l itnle. d the clor-
inx e eIrcIses* of Mi.s Kathrnn C
':ilte.rir iprlat,' te,'rtv of ** Itat(tne ,r,, d.li: redl nll -pl'ndid
#.i i lt 1 f4to l lAa ,r t ',l, d i -% .ir i tt iii t l
S itr -t itrue or a. \ I r'1 ir < i lttdt .
. toi i,.tal- to h.' i |ll.: '- ta-- S. lter
!.t .Ilp atrt. it for I., r lh .i,, i11 Ittrm j'k-
Sill,'
Th, ia.trlwn- an:l d I i|:l iir.e,,t heTr thi
foli ilaing t'a-t
'% t lwin in our -.iltiit ~o ,- -*'- 'p.
And hbe',dinrg illlvo, o r ut am*e*(ep
T" ii e,* thell ansld i't Iw-fore'.
Th lt ,# 11 think of our dear little
te.ac'her no mnor.

Objects to Strong Medicin.e
Many ipeolle' object to taking th
strong medicines' usually prescrtheb
oy physicians for rheumatism. Ther
In no need of Internal treatment In
Iay c al of nvl.scular or chronic
rheumatism. and more than nine out
:f every ten cases of the disease are
of one or the other of these varieties
When there is no fever and little (if
any) swelling, you may know that It
Is only necessary to apply Chamber-
lain's Lniment freely to get quick re-
lief. Try It. For sale by all drug-
gists.
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tIh M fr tkhe Ha ad two
tIe euat. be appolatd to pr-
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the death of the late United
SeIators. Mallory mad Bryam.
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raM e while readad la b a
u senam N 18o ea upaMt at.





TS aorwu to Wrso.u.
sg u
erm wean e live whno Hyoel
o Higho-mel) is based. You
br utee La this nothing yet rmost
rtlo u asl tep d air and relief is
It ate. It is exactly the same air
lyo would breathe in the forests of
an d eucna yptus of Austnrlia
here catarrb or consump ota was
ver known to e ist.
If- you habsve catarrb and are cos-.
Itatly embarrassed because you must
awk. o pit and acur e. surely onu
will ive Hyomel the attention it de-
serves, when J W McCollum & Co.
wl guarantee* this pleasant reme-dy
to cure all this dihtre.ss and hunilia
tioe. or will gitu )ou u)our imon.y
ba'ck Hyaoei kills catarrh Kerias
it rellW s sthe sureness aind dastreusi
In aIe ninute-, It ulopI, hat knig
and snuffing and uaken )ou rf.t.i likv
a new wanm inii a e,k It i1 the iure,*t
and ust satisfactor) catarrhI treat
mwst known and gi'a-s comfort and rv.-
oef to tosiumptites
A coumpitte outit. Inculding inhaler
oets but $1.00, and extra bottles, if
afterward needed, coat but .,ec A
lofew minute' Ue each day is all )ouu
need to quickly cure the moat chronic
case. Iflyomel is sold by leading drug-



Ml6LMA

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T-
LSS OF HAIR

alp b Scaly for Some n Tinme
-Altr an Attack of Typhoid
Fv his Hair Began to Fll Out
by the Handful-Now It is

THICKER THAN EVER
THANKS TO CUTICURA
*
"About two yan n I yw trmuht
I my d bl acrly, like dandruff
but F heavier -a&-
Stuh I uah m
____d nce a week
always. It nwverrave
Say tro ubLr suc
Stohnfiai or umurt-
\a a d no~ber nIa
Uotd any falling at
tOwhair. But Shortly
di trau I hod an at-
Soflt pttpoi fer
-d I s outmt the
Ir~ie idedd p o,
beet s e of a l- my maop
4Mta Ira. fI ttetd to a

to r at or
w r u nao ,ww qi.f
SAf tla ftr a --r dWr so mO
S--- I Ot kUow, bt I -d
Il-Lr 1 hah d reavc 7my hair ta
U @t so bad QW I dke't
and to emb IN my m In tfot I
woe dmu toa m6&thUr, who had
Sdhmkirf nd a----- = With MUG-
otmo try hem. After
e tao b f Cutiowura Sp anad
a ba b af Cutitma Oatmmat. th
- ir IN eft p M0 y emy p is
D owW mad heath omuld be and
tlhe la'?: a


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Sewa t

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ee" .-App..rept-s tubnds for Lmm-.

e M MII Ne 127, by -Almade
4a mie-Prorideg for aeropnre-
Mt. to p-mce tae of tai ate setor
W.. J. yas Ceaury Hall. WasluaS-
tamr.
II. IM No. 1sM, br Alea-M a
Vemol ---h.W4o1 0 e mmlem
er be conm ed to advertie for bUid
for aW ematy work.
Hiame BMI No. s. hy Mal-s aof
MOmrIO-agAitlms practice of voet

The Commit or County Ornil-
sao reported favorably on the bill
for the creation of Palm Beach county.
Communlcatioa from the Secretary
of State. transmlttln Oov. Broward's
veto of the bill ranting a charter and
certain rights and irivlklees to the-
Atlantic and Gulf railroad. was read.
The Governor' action was sustained.
The Seat a-smauseed to the House
that it had luassed a memorial asking
(ongreus to reconsider the action of
the secretary in cloilng the. Penusacola
navy yards. Representatite Stokets
do Eacambi asked that the rules be,
waived and the resolutlon read the.
second time. owing to the fact that a
temporary rescnding of the order
closing the navy yardb had btwen made'
by the Secretary of the Navy. Mo-
tion to wale the rules was lost
Adjournment was then taken until
10 a. an Tuesda)

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

U'. H Land Office, Gaine. il-IIh. Fla
March 23. I ,s4*
Notice In hertl,) gLLin that It IF
liampton. State Selec.ting AgeInt for
school Lands for the State. of Florida
hla, filed iaW thiisI o(flt', It- i. aplIicill ltil
t,) i, ta '. uude'r the' iru i,-i<>l i fe the.
A.t of t'Coe ngr#-?%-. i i|>|> \ ci (1 Fe-tl s.
Sl'l. tilt Nl of N %%' 4 of e H.( ::: TI
; of It 1:' E: AlA) uand all i r
b4)Ia clallmlll adril et.l) Iti l.atl.a (1.
ec'rllvd. (or devlorisg to ueolij etl I.oau-e
of the mUllin'ril character of the- lanil
or for ani) other reasou to the. dl'.i)P.
Ia to aliplitan(t should file thliir atf
ldamIts of pro(rtet iu (Ihl office n or
before the .3rd da) of Alirll. l*io
H ('Cll'li rl.egi.ter

During the spring everyone would
be bhnelted by taking oley s Kidney
WJp14y. It rualhe a needed tonic
to the kLduey after the extra strain
of water, as4 It puirtS the blood to
S impunrttl" *o It
tI ftioa- Reu bft Jparbt mew
Ifre "d vtiar Pte""t to take. J.
'W U40011" 4 ft.


MKLMROIS NOTES.

MELROSE. April 13.-The tbx wiull
per for the benefit of the ba ,l.ll
nine. which was ali n at the tioii
hall Frlday night. brought out quit@,
a crowd. There, a. a mac wl iull,\
of boxzes, some< ,r.' plrettll. d~-ceratied
with Crr-'w- paper and flow-srs. and nil
well flled Er,.ry lmx as sold and
about $~.* was reallx.ied Iaring the
e''nlng Mr. Col.'s. Ihonreralph r,.nii.r
ed quite a program. for which the
thanks of the fcread arc.' ,tc'isded Ito
Mlci.rs Cole and Ackro (d. Orange,
ileiaht- % ,..- 11II re,- r. ,t ,,
At the Iioniihl nieertilii of t 1' to mn
council Ih.- franchisM t, t l r IK:,..t F'lo,
ida Telplhone' Co. as arantit-d At
tention in called to Order No 26 noi
posted In the Isoowtofflie
Two very finne IalmettNne. Oner thir-
ty feet high. have wen planted In
front of Col. Tolles' cottae- on 4-1.-
lamy avenue.
Newly regltere-d4 at the luffman
House are Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ryhot
and Judge W. M. McGary. all of Cin-
cinnatl. Ohio. and Frederick C. Rist.
New York.
S F. Ford has disposed of his 40
acre tract, near the well-known miner
al spring. to A. O. McGregor. Mr.
Ford and family expect to leave foe
Callfornia next month.

bel Treatmnt for Colds.
"Moat ordinary colds will yield to
the simplest treatment." says The
Chicago Tribune. "moderative laxa-
tves. hot foot baths. a free persplra.
tk and an avoidance of exposure to
cold and wet after treatment" While
this treatment is simple. It requires
coeasderable trouble, and the oe
adoption It must renal tin door for
a day or two. or a fresh cold Is al.
most ure to be contracted, and an
many Instances paoumoala follows.
is It not better to pin your faith to
an old reliable preparata Uke Chia.
bwraln' Coauh Bemdy, that is fam-
ona for Its cures of olds and can al
ways be depended aen? For male by
an druggsts.
TheS& Ao we L*eL
Thmr ls a le gnd I the Noarme sMa
which eaplaols wiy the as b sema
The "boeltIl FPO.A" whose mytl
r eig was a godam ae teoind, poe
mMd a quor. or head mill wbh k
aani ost aod ad peae, but wV w
roamd Ie !Id ast aem a aytmla di
ared y W I wner. TweI t ssaI
*a.. rnue e hv Fri, w te
ifrt I a e lO day a mer
Cam uoP t" e e.o slae lrdl and
aed of the qmrs asd the two
gdat maidwh w obae KmI It. W
tIe aM- rer's veel waU rtigt ot at
s ba ordered the mdea- to rind
salL At ttdalght they aked If they
ad sot eronad *uh. The m
rover, angry at belaW agwakeed fro
his asleep, commanded them to grind
until morning. Now. the itant maid-
ens naturally enouich worked very
quickly, so as they went on grinding
the load of salt Crrew no heavy that It
sank the ship. anil now the sea wlU
continue salt forever.

A Healing Salve fwr iae. Chaped
Hands and Sore Nipples.


As a healing salve for burns. sores.
more nipples and chapl-.d hands ('han-
(erlain'a Balhe Is most exc'lh'nt It
allay the pain of a burn almost in-
stantly. and unless the injury is ery
severe. heals the parts lsthout hIav-
Ilu a scar. Price. "' cents. For bale
by all drusggiat..
Want advertising Is a force which
you can harness, and wItb which yeo
can drive your plans aud purpose
to any desired desUaAtr

CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out lait night? headache and nerv.
ous this morning? Hicks' Capudine
Just the thing to fit you for business
Clear's the head braces the utrces.
Try Lt At drug stores


T. F. TOMIAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

PULL LINE OP
NEW OODS000..


aURNTS rOR
IOLMUM T. TOsIITOI
aMd III r3 CI.
raoe ear mases

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ABOUT AD'ERTISING-NO. 10


The Man Who Retreats

Before His Defeat!


By Herbert Kaufman*


Advertising i-n't magic. There is no element of
the black art about it. In its best an'l highest form
it is plain talk, sanc talk--slling talk. Its results are
in proportion to the merit of the subject advertised
and the ability with which the advertising is done.
There are two great enemies to advertising
profit, and both of them are caused by ignorance of the
real functions and workings of publicity.
The one is to advertise promises which will not be
fulfilld, because all that advertising can do when it
accomplishes most is to influence the reader of your
copy to investigate your claims.
If you promise the earth and dcliver the moon ad-
ertising will not pay you.
If you draw men and women to your store on
pretense and fail to make good, advertising will have
harmed you because it has only drawn attention to the
fact that you are to be avoided.
It is as unjust to charge advertising with failure
under these conditions as it would be for your neighbor
to rob a bank and find yourself indicted for his misdeed.
In brief, advertised dishonesty is een more profitless
than unexploied deception.
The other great error in advertising is to expect
more out of advertising than there is in it.
Aderrtising is seed Mich a merchant plants in the
on fidece of the community. He must allow time for
it to 0o. Every successful advertiser has to be
patient. The time that it takes to arrive at results
rests entirely with the ability and determination you
display in the effort. But you cannot turn back whe
you have traveled half way and declare that the pae
Us wrong.
You can't advertise for a week and because your
store isn't crowded say it hasn't paid you. It takes a
certain period to attract the attention of readers.
Everybody doesn't see what you print the first time
it appears. More will notice your copy the secod day.
a great meay more at the end of a month.
You cannot expect to win the confidence of the
community to the same degree that other men have
obtained it without taking pretty much the same
length of time that they did. But you can cut short
the period between your introduction to your reader
and his introduction to your counters by spending more
effort in preparing your copy and displaying a greater
amount of convincingness.
You mustn't act like the little girl who planted
a garden and came out the next day expecting to find
it in full bloom. Her father had to explain to her that
plans require roots and that, although she could not
see what was going on, the seeds urre doing their most
important work just before the flotrrs showed aboU
ground.
So advertising is doing its most important work
before the big results eventuate, and to abandon the
money which has been invested just before results
arrive is not only foolish but childish. It would be
ust as logical for a farnmr to abandon his fields because
Should not harvest his cfrn a wee'k ajter he planted it.
Advertising does not require faith-merelv com-
mon sense. If it is begun in doullt and deserted before
normal results call be reasonably looked for, the fault
does not lie with the newslpaar or with publicity-
it rests entirely ujxn the head of the coward who
retrtcated bt'for he uwas dchc'ad.


(Copyright. 1DON. I) Tribur.e Cuimp~ry. Chlcago.)


Tampa & Jacsonville Rail'y


EFFECTIVE DEC. 19, 1908.


Leave Gainesville for licanopy, Fairfield and lo.
cal point South....... ... ... .. 10: 10 a m
Returning, arrive Gainesville ............... 4:25 p


Leave Gaineeville for SaImpson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoita, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ....... .... .9:30 p

A. L a1m W, Se. hpt. Li. C. Srl. T o T I 'r.


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THE IAILY SU8: GAINESVILLF. FLORIDA. APRIL 14. 1909


THE DEATH PENALTY.
HNews es Iideal to Old Time s*
estien by ODwwing.
Executki, by dr~wnilu: wis ahol-
sbbhd In Franre by Ilari quntre. only
to bte reived by one of blhe uce.mwet.
It was finally aholinbed noam tatutory
method ,ft execution I. tI' o. ; de-
cre-e of the grent revlliiv' r .
.\t late as the clrl *.* .-* tur.r
death hy drownnlng nt, ...* ** t o a
feo ,ni In Edllnbur a. n:)d .e* ,ldill*
nlrf' It WIIIa* a o l.lrii .'1 1 ; 1 ItI4l0
i f i',olti a Ironrl. ted cri I 'o, ilathb
'Thi't .~.e-utln of thin i on: .- u vlln
tlde'ri'd aM humane :'n :nv y '- r. r. for
rP tlhe victim wInr ~or''-t*"fl .- *.h"in
I, t1he fact thatt It !nt n t tI:.nloww
anreg the early .Jw. n. i r ., the
Iounlihlment *of Prt, 1 :1i :'I : 1 .- ty
drwning themn. Ar-otii th I' .vptil:t
It wns ornn :,. n. T ,l :, i i i 1 ,. r-
nill.i Fr n t ti t -1., I1-.-', l.< 0 1 I -v pl1:1 I s:
It on t:Pe rntute Io rel.. ;.' rI's tells
as thit the (;ermtin <,'ilet thi prr'a-
the freo the Romans. Tihe TirItoui
termed It tbh "*last htiptlI;. at*d he
did not allow h*q p owers f imailna-
tlon to sleepp when he nct ntoot de-
vsilng additional rarlet 'le whhkb
Ps uld add to the excltennlnt attend-
Ing upon the doomed pe'ronn' depoa(r-
ture from life. The convict wi as ewwr<
up. Monte (riwto fashion. I.n l a I. and
with him were lnclned a vicklus dg.
a hnfgry eat. a violent rooster. a ren-
omous viper. all very much alive and
presumably kIcking.
For what reason It Is hard to ase.
but death by drowning was by many
peopeI considered preferable for crlm-
nal woman. In the case of very de-
bard or very mean offender the
Romanm bad a monr or less plant
faimn of drowning the doomed ons
b carver M. rt Inesstn them to
elaborate catr .
Pr remd crw t bk illg of their
female erImnal the earlier Albanula
ww r ertantly the mot Inventive la
the matter of tagenuity. It as com-
moely known, of coure, that even the
modern Albanan has les respect for
womankind than any other known male
In th buman ctaloge. not even ex-
cledlin the Chines. The approved
method of doing a criminal or even a
displaying woman to death prevalent
among them up to rather less than a
century ago was to chain her In a tank
Into which the water was allowed to
Bow gradually. As the water reached
her breast It was allowed to recede.
sometlmesa lek to her ankles. when
the reflling of the tank i'cg:an anew.
If the woman had children the torture
was varied by the droownlirg eor mutlla-
tio,n of them before Iher y,,t. TTo vnrl-
,ou parts of her hlody was attached
such food as attracts rant,. of which
a number would bI leIt loo,ew.- New
York World.

Fog Filters In London.
"All I..nuld it | il'!i. l :n!' s!itlll are
rn,,w crc.,t \\% lif fr f iltT-r. 4" :1i4l i an
arclhiiv, t. "Thloy r, **-n-o,.w thil. L.,on-
dln"l' %, lP,-w I-r. ii '. i i onl: of Ithe
t, ill l-. f S I'I, I : T l .* ;l'l
t r, : "t, : ',ol ri '1, It p! I'~
S r. to. I ii -*" i i v t It!.r
Il.. .'r I' It I 1 I
- I r it 'I r i t lIt" hf d 'i i
i+' r i! : '. .. 1 ,i : 1 irl it
:i*'-i!r,-~ r ur r i- ,- f i yi x It, Ir-A
1 ', ; 1 It i' f I ,d t T.l,1 1 Ii III- v t In -rr
t i:!.- It i o s .O T |l .,. .. ir -jolt

fl tr l' l I titl 1 tI' ill
f.r trl I, I 11 1* 1 ,t r ? *I i tl


Scottish Impartiality.
r't.!. r i n i -(t O I i;;.n l ; i n1t Tit 1,;i
..i!lilu tMe r-i
"AgArtrt N11~:io--mrt'v "Not r.er'1y I.o
-.%t~ipis %[it. I.i5 *"' StilliiJjoorel.1%t
4SQ Ottsl %"" 0.'P a01A kunve t -et the-re. o-r
a t Ie itt 3 r Jc otv 4Ol 4-'t1,1 330 *tt. 111t i-r.*
g. 4.!r t'c1le"t ti lotv:ak 1lofo 're' ite liat, tw
iollk I me e %f- f ine a erks him dopwi
In the ntooth
Juthnt Jeonev''
Squeaky iooll-pe replie... -00F
Sergeant- (II. Aye, i.'rt b1re or say
ye're here, lout ie're eIl c a t mwkip lee-ar
I Cactus Ioeliep. n Itprd that coftiues wot
%#-3 r ingw? ho, aioI'll jict mark ye demon


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Slay', at ir tiousu, mIght. It ad.er.
l~.d toe D~l~to ol ob kubut Io &us
usly looking fr MI


um.Si.Nb. CAMs.,

DR. 3.!O. WALDO,


mrbam Saudll., Sat Maa IStm t ft
Ise Pheso SI. Aim Leg Dlsta

DR. EDWARD CLI.RK


DRNTIMT.


ffmces In Graham Bullding. oer
Saunlders & Earle's store. Phone
N t. .


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Omagewillo atinal I"
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L. J. PP. ALDLAMAN.


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Ifes- ow Detwo A C ie. =

W. IL BAKER,
ATroRNETOAT-ILAw.
OOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.

(*AINESVILLN. Aeu o., nI&
oif Is Halsams Blush

FERDINAND BAYER,
AT!ORNZY AT LAW,


almlUt o" r alitpop"".(W
-u mi PonrIm --~
and d farmingbe)i. Se-I ha


3A. CAE LISL
AI'ia-OJINE AT LAW
And Sollsr Iin eufSt

aft EasoW" ,ooCvrysaela sd ow)
semi PPmSI~ee. All bignlam Prein
amended so. O. next doorbe
am". GaMualLL2. FIemmaM.


inANK CLARK.


TaOs. W. 1W00UM


CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyers.


Practice In


all Courts,
rederaL


State ano


OFFICIAL DIWICTORY.

Seta" OfMi:
Governor-A. W. Ollcbrlst.
bas.e.
MSctary of State-H. Clay
ford? Tallabasss.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.


Talt-s.

Crw-

Tall&.


ha ,iee.
Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Tallahas-
sPee.
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
ntell. Tallahar,, e.
Comniinloner of Agriculture-II. E.
M clil.. Tal;ahasee
Irl't of Public Instructlon-Wm. M.
Holloway. Tallahassee.

County Offiters:
Clerk and Audltor-S. H. Wlenges,
Galnt -ville.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sherti-P. G. Ramsey. Galnesville.
County Judge--H. Mason. Galnew-
illc.
Tax AsaaorW. W. Coison, Qalmns
Illb.
Tax Couector-W. L DImeknkba
Gainesville.
Treaurer-J. D. Mathbe.o. Galnea
vllle.
Superrvor Rlsrat-lo-J. C. Mc -
Grew. Galnesville.
County Con-l-sslomer-John 0.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Fownased. Camprille; J. W. May.
richer: Chas. W. nmmers, Trento;
.P. Oanoo, Oalasvlle.
Members school Board-R. B.
Weeks, Casirmua. Hawtorn; J. W.
Moody. l,&Crma; 0. W. MLkWr.
Trentoa.
ShtaO WN merU. & MC. ay.
Galanesvlle.
Members Houa-yd L. Carter.
OGlaerUve; T. A. Dok., Santa Ie.

City Oiers:
Mayor-Horatio Davls.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asaesaor-B. R Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-W. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands,
President; Geo. K. Broome, 8. J. Bur-
nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Oraves, 8.
M. Mllxon. A. L Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secre-
tary: II. P. Dutton. E. J. Balrd. J. H.
Vidal.


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TRB DAILY SUN: OAINKSTVII, FLORIDA, APRIL 14, 1909


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Ssale stl am at Phiters.
TywpswMr to r L. W. L Dmnm.
M Srw hamn& amaderM & Mare.
'y PlMfr w e erythita. Vets.
Tweam aes fat bees. an ders &

M atlel t to e o Seasm-t a at

A im Met L1Ormug.Lake was
f- e t .w terday. *
.W. w Obe d High 5aUaNA
Ima vler tom he eity eerdmt .
PIe or a deemm "W WwiN em ae y
an "4 ib e FeVer. Prie 3s.
V. &. JaoLmea a labe View was
M Se vidtW s to to e dity yester-

Mli Wie Jea of Roebelle was
am h te *iw pers vil tUa the city

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PWlks CMII lTmie ir manAt 4 to
w eMNktlaeve. al"aan dul
toI" 6L @iN W. U. JOAm8.
Watsmn's twite auctieers cry the
e b- d at the ame tme in the
- toUe. Wedatday. 14th. Pree
emtvealra. Ladle invited.
Watsoa's Aln aucttoeers sell a
lot a minute. Wednesday. 14th College
Park 3:30 p. m and Westfield 10:30
a m. Free carriages. Lad-ie invited.
The Earnest Workers' Society of
the First Presbyterian church will
meet at the reildtace of Mr. W J.
Denby this at :- :.t 3;::; o'ulouk

iL W. DAVENPORT
AM Ia UBan


Tuner and Rebuilder

saumaat Fearu.silel w% 'l.ju ll) ali Al
Work liluw 1to-0l..


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ANYWMERE
HINID FLOOD
DUVAWL BUILDING
ACM1OOlLLE.IF LA.


The crrdae m at Phifer's.
Trade at Phifer's and get votes.
Phifers' egr Is the sweetest made.
Ripe tomatoes 10 cents basket.
aunders & Earle.
I p. P.etremer of Roebelle. a merch-
sat a that place, was in the city yeo
rday.
Mrs. M. R. saunders has gone to
Re-elle, wher sbe will pay a short
viett to relatives.
Japoslae, Palms. Ferns ad Shrub-
bery; Peeaa and Fralt Trees in va-
riety. H. Graves, 'phone 179.
Mrs. 3. 0. Zetromer of Rochelle
was aonm the many shoppers from
out of town In Gainesville Tueday.
T. W. Shands. president of the
Gaaeavllle National Bank. has gone
to Jaekonvllek on a bmainea trip.
B. Baird W. T. Pound and Col. I.
X Webagr are among the Glain-
vtie dciti1 now absel t is Atlanta
Dr. J. L Kelley Is among the
Ganesville citiass attending the Na-
tsenal d naist l Aoersuatin n At-I
lanta.
Watson's twin auctioneers cry the
aame bad at the same time In the
same ton. Wednesday. 14tb. Free
souvenirs. Ladle sInvited.
Watson's twin auctioneers sell a
lot a minute. Wednmday. 14th. College
Park 3:31 p. m. and Westfeld 10:301
a. m. Free carriages. Ladies invited.
J. P. Ambrose@ the efficient drug
salesman for J. W. McCollum & Co..
has returned from Waldo. where he
went to vbllt h mwcther err a fe'
days.
Mils Emma Entensa of Waldo, a
charming young lady of that place.
was shopping in the city ye.-ter!a.
While here she was a guest of Mis?
Dorlan Ellis.
Choosing Extracts--The way to be-
cure the finest favoring extract, ib
to buy a well-known. abolutel) re-
liable brand like Blue Ribbon lemon
and asilla
(Gt. K. Pickett of Jouesboro. Fla..
afa Aa ui 'ito)r to the' (it) .\.-tl-rd;o
i-t dA I rout' to to t he' s Atern iart
! t 4. 1, <1 w h1 I I1. 1 l s1'It I. :
-lt vt'- l[.r t ii I.i xl A I h % ia., ".
K tol it l-'ftIl f litfi-('hi l.. i llttai l"E a(i 4 % tl
.e 'o Ata atiad o)%-1te.r su i| r % ill lI' hli htI
.t the- i,.-.ide- .' of Mr. ( I; l:.ia.
Nolth (iatlit..%illo, tiiiis ht l(April 11
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M: aid Mi. .1 \V I.(t'olluni left
I. I.!i l r Il.wt lorn l lihere t. .
,A lt I t ( ih.- ill M r' I. ii",Iot-** ,iiil
K" lltlhie ;arit .anceI liet (AI hnc in
.1 : It t Ie.r.al eI f I Is l ..I" ti i-o I -
House and Lot to Be Sold at Auc
:iu.,-At the conclusion of the big lot
I se in College Park this afternoon the
It.in auctioneers will sell to the high
Iect Lioder that new. attractive five
Srom cottage directly opposite the
University. The teims will be $25
down and $25 per month The College
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One barrel ser pickles Just arrived.
11 cots per dowu. Sanaders & Earle.
Capt. C. A. Neal and J. G. White.
promlnent business men of Newbtrry.
were visitors to the city y.te,.rday
Ir" E. 1. Hlil, ,l of N.-o. l'rr) %a-
amnion the" I ritI tit rttiz ii- of that
place ho l (I .tt: -illf tr-t* r
do.
.Me.,dan-e C (' E' M Itn aind I.
Montgonriiry T-re' iJitl.r' to) (;tainli'
SIlle y)estt.rd.y on a shoppling scetldi
ti n .
\Watson'r twin auctione-er, cry the,
sulln.* LHl t( t L !' t.. I. t .
;>. t., \V ,,'I. ;, -dl \ lt dr, ,
..* ,. r'- I.a i:. l:vi't di
Va it -ln..a I iII il >l* Tls r. a

Park p .** i:;: atnd W4 Il f Id 1**:
-i. In. Free- e;irr:i*',- lAt,'l#.- il:. teld.
J. P. lnte'liza of Waldo .ua- i.; thi
it) e.i'-; ri:i~ it ntr\ i-r ng tlhe' trad;l
for his line of cigars. He Itaakc" an
article that l ir \ilng a g Kxd i.eller in
Gaines ille
J. A. McCraven of Raleigh was
almog the visitors to the city yester-
day. He was a former resident of
Gainesvllle and has a large number of
acquaintances here.
H. A. Williams of Waldo was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
He owns a valuable peach orchard at
that place and in otherwise extensive-
ly Interested in realty.
C. J. Grace of Evinston was in the
city yesterday. He came for the pur-
pose of doing some trading. and re-
ports that his section is like the rest
of the vegetable people-cabbage sell-
ing for $2 per crate f. o. b.
Dr. J. D. Watkins. cashier of the
Bank of Micanopy. was circulating
among his numerous friends here yes-
terday. He states that Micanopy is
undergoing a season of prosperity not
witnessed there in many years.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoninig square, formerly occupied
uy W. L. IlGrande; city water. elec-
mte rights. sewerage, bath, and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sua omice.
When drummers travel 50 to 100
miles out of their way to get to a
hotel to spend Sunday. you can bank
on it being far above the average.
The Brown House is crowded with
commercial men from Fridays to Moms
days.
Dr. W. C. Johnson of Micanopy was
a visitor to the city yesterday He
states that his section is especially
prosperous at the present time, and
as the farmers are happy It makes the
whole community happy. They are
receiving $2 for their cabbage f o. b.
Conductor C. R Carter. who for
many )yari held the Citra run. ha.-
itwMn transferred to trains No. ::"! and
F4 and will run from Jack>ont\ ille to
St. I'eternburg His initial run Aill
bel made' thiis we' k alid hib. frie'id. aret
coniiratulating hitat iipon the. I ,roim

We often %oidet'r how auy Lpron


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FOR RENT.

FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnish
ed rooms, with all modern improve-
ments W. A. Halle.

FOR RENT-One six-room and two
ive room cottages In South Galnes-
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office.

FOR RENT--lve-room cottage oa
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. ath room and all
modern conveniences Apply at this
nff tr%

FOR *ALL

FOR SALE -Nice grey mare. 16 hands
high; got to sell J. It Mixon. City

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

BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS
Pine upright "Steinway." used short
time; cost $700; in good condition
Going at $3O0.
Hest grade "Estey" upright used
several y)ars' but good as ever: cost
$::.0. Will take $223.
A good square piano for $7..
before you buy any piano get my
prices and save money.
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MEDICAL.


QIt'K itFiSTORATIVE for lhot man-
hood. Sati.-fact ion guaranteed or
money re-funidednd: pc r bottle
Sold by W MI. Johnson.


cau I>' Ilo rtl3aulU 11l0 tiIKalliK .I tiunsg--
,ui 'ol< ..' .ion.*i an;,lI Tar ,,r couKhgl-. Meet in New Home.
. llk an'Mld lh ing titilte. tID P n.t l ,Th, : .-oi( i ,rtel.r ill Ii-.' il,
fii hd ii',< at ;it.tin. ow in' 1.1 ik t hei, r I i. ,.v i,,+il t u,,iiihti (fcr tlhi tlr-I
other subtltute: The ge.n-uisl cour tr 1 '* 11, T. e % r% i t -% fr I
ltait no harmful drug.- anAd is iin a .,- da, In muin and
yelloww l, ackagv. J. \%\ .Itt uliu & i ., ;,nII ..- ar .rian i ,tI -
S ,,n i, I t, I .t: i 1i I \1'( to d that it
House and Lot to Be Sold at Auc i|ll I, n 1,1. liri -I ar.- it' l il
ton-At the conclusion of the big lot I ,tII ,- Ii, l 1.~ tiL- I;rtl, riitl. for
sale in College Park this afternoon the ,... tw.
twin auctioneers well sell to the hign -
est bidder that new. attractive five Eminent Authorities Say
room cottage directly opposite the
T i at "lit ,l',r ,'\, r i-, i- 1.* ,Il d l,\
University. The terms will be $25 .
down and $S2 per month. The College ,
Park Con par).
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..INVESTMENTS..

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BONDS
At Very Atractive Pm
S9.,:..) Dade County. Fla.. 41j
cent due 1921 at 1'31,s.
$lI,.,I0 Duval County Z lier
due 1.12-32 at 1,i;.
$S... 1921 at 1014.
$6;.,o lHigh Sirings 6 per cent
at 1io).
$110.,t4) Jacksonville 5 plr centt
at 11i14 .
$11..'n) Jacksonville 3 Ier cent
at 112%.
$10.00 Ilake City 5 per cent
1933 at 101.


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1924



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38.500 Jax. Electric Co. 5 per cent
1927 at 9St%.
$2.500 Monroe County. Fla.. 5 per
cent due 1910-25 at 97%.
(Accrued Interest to be added.
We have for sale all the leading
bank stocks throughout the State.
Ask for quotations and general Infor-
mation.
Stock of the Consolidated Naval
Stores Co. pays 5 per cent every six
months. We have 50 shares for sale
at $140 a share. This company capl-
talised at $2.500,000, has a surplus of
$2.250.000.
Wire us your orders.

U6WLLu a RisG
Mutual Life uwildi
Long Distance Phone No. 3252.
j-MMilk Fwia

The awake per@ea reads the waat
ads. every day-and answers some al
most as often.


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A Baby Sho* in Gaineawd1ie
4 It I Id I, ..e' iv 11 .' i eI % (-IIII- Ite I ,lf I1, aI
V' u-Aft. 140 3 ) that III- III IIII s. i-
Ite % cuId V6sIin the. rite, N I, l"A u)
van t1K' bivaithyb %teiu suff ,re fromu
Sti*o a', 5teid Ulorit Laetesd do ULIe-aM
thre yare ie-It free Ircus frm tke'w sth
White at. r sr m l't-ruaafuge- Adcts
qluiteu I% )vt nlell) Ws Its uuia Lursa-
tiit Muel hers dcu't atticuipt to rala'
ei eidrvcf Ibthut Whilevs (Crvagu
Vertmifulge Prac e ."', vti Sold bL
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