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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 15, 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: VID01637
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXVI. NO. :,)4


GrAJNEIIVILLi'. IFLORID)A, THUR ISDiA Y. APRIL 1-0) 19011


TEN CENTS A WEEK


REAPPORTIONMENT WAS


ONLY1 VOTES NOW CONGRESSMAN CLARK
SEPARATE LEADERS


DISCUSSED BY SENATE IE DPREE I LEADING TO
DAY IN PIANO CONTEST.


SUBJECT OF DEBATE


Committee Authorized to Prepare Bil io be Sub-, Coa., Co w.l Be M T onigt. Representative Ja. L Aler Waits Le al


mitted to Both Houses


Great Work Will Be
Cone Tooay.


tore to Psa Vote d Cmte.


TAI.LAHASSEE. April 14 A jolit
fomnlnitte4,. whoae tlut.\ it i.lisll 1 tt ,
rle' ie a jlan for the re'iapplrt ionnimnt
of the' State. will hbe alppointed if a
resolution hyv Senato'lr lHe1ird I-, act-'1
ui|n favorably. Wheln the an'tte'r
was brought up in the, Senate Mon
(ay .sonm, of the Senattor.s o,1,i-, -
brlnging the nimatter npi. n' th'- cr'-i-'".
fd that the matter should now h h :at
towed to ro io'fr ui.til 1 'I17. (tt'-
thliought. holwe W r. that under the.
-plrit of the constitution the natter
-hould he taken upl now and the sin<
of omission of the l o,7 LegLislature
carried no further. It will Poon bee
taken up.
A pure food and drug act by Senator
Sloan of Lakeland was among the Im-
portant bills introduced.
A feature of the morning session
was the raising of the question of
electing a U. 8 Senator. by Senator
Heard. The constitution provlde'h that
the election shall tw on the .econd
Tuesday after the organization of the'
Legigslatuire Mr Heard qu.'tliolied it
this %as. not thel scci.id T'u~lcdac. ;i-
(on the prevIous Tue'sday organization
%a.s iprfectetd. A recc.s w.i.a tiaki.
;nd a si'elial ('coIIIIIItt c ill\.*ii stillgat
thle m atterr Mr ilt -ard. hIiowe,,tr look
iid lh e matter ul, hitii-l f aind an-
linouinced th.it het had fiuind that the
I aioi Iho II I'f I oII thI iin iiit.f
T'II'- -J I, 'i.. l.il I I ;i- i,, II I lr .1 1
l'd w tio;il tl iI .inIIL. I ,'e ie 11 11iitte ri.

Routine Proceedings.
T'i.Ki I ntlle rleT \I re' lpres' lnt wthean
ith. Se a:iit- iua;- ':llh-d to e irdelr at l ,
H c(H k i'ra.ir a,. o ffti. i ti0 l I.
. ha|llaill.
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oas sage' Mr r ar akeI d fer a tdi
Ise4 oilMr. an d M 'r Crill in'-
Lpoi'd a.. t and tia t..ee as. tthe-a felt ~


that such i otte night %i ounait the- Seni-
ate to a bill drawn bIy the comniiltte
.'.r ?.:;ll,r !1 i irtl uinid,'r the spirit
of tle cron-titultion the- Legishlaturen
hoi;ld walt until 1U'17. The' resolu
tioi was adolpte'd b1) a vote of 1i to 1.
Senate Concurrent iResolution No ...
lIy Mr. Itaker of the 29th For conm-
mittee to visit IhDaf. I)umb and lltiind
In titiut .it S. Ai:gusiitlite was adolpi-d
Bills on Second Reading.
,,;:.t l:.-;.utiun No 1%. by lleard-
Constitutional amenii(dmeni't onl suffrage.
Reported favorably. Special order
TI : .. ..
Mr. Beard raised a question that the'
Legislature should elect U'nited
States Senator today Instead of next
Tuesday.
The Chair pointed out that it will
Ink next Tuesday.
To get the question bIefore the Seni-
ate, .Mr Heard moe.d that I'ilted
State.-' Senlator he e'le'ted at 1 L o'ltwk
Milr. MC('re.ar. said all ipretce--dent was
a.laiilt it Mr Heard simply made'
l.e r tit ni toe get g thl e t el '-We (if th


S e lllte..
Mr 1l'rill i,.mot, a' a-: .- u j-iitl. ti.a
.i r,- 'v hile ;a <"''lliilttee' of three. l ei'-ta;at,
*lle ti"ln Adolaied T. ie 'tiChair alp-
Ioit.ild .r,-- 'raill. hit:rd and liar-

Mr h l .tnI ans.1d. Itlliig. ilne-%ti
.:tlioHii tI,' lun 1;- It Iha;t c'ia.ahsidera.tilio
if hi- r,.- a llctii ln g 1 \t.r ilitil i;e\i
i' t The elln0iilitte we as di,-
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A1.'ijuIIria. nt i t Ua-th-i tA.keni


CALLISON-SPENCE.


Marriage at Residence of Or. J. F. Mc-
Kenstry. Jr.. Wednesday.


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o4 iia i- t : t. T0.l..1l hAlIASSKEK April 14.-1-
S tt i- t ounilg the attacks ~iad to ha e
i. ., c 'l wl- le n made upon liryan and Champ
I 'e% I s- I 'upr'* e Cit *** -.
S lark ton lthe floor of the National
Ihlriani Kill-, rnt- ..; i,. *.110
I lous- of Replre-entatives by Con-
C a thi ri-, Iialle'. ( it% I .:; 4....
w..iti nnF *ranlkr Cilark of th. A Reond4


Floiarie Strickland ......
1 I ;)iiich'I-re\ (.i ...
Mary .leCo('rnicik. city..
Maenl. S n;llch z. city....
Nannie Iticktiinson. city..
Alma Fennell. Julia Carter. city......
A. Groff. Newberry.....
Estelle Heal. city......
A. Strickland. Waldo...
Jessie Ealits city. ..
Emma Hudson. city ....
Annie lk evillc. .........
Elvena Staf. Waldo....
I. Ware. High Springs..
Goldle Lambeart. city....
Ruby Allright ..........
Lizzle Sheppard, Bell...
K. (arlton. bicanopy...
A W. Sargent. clt. .....
M. Fe'rnaiinid cit' .....
Mary Thigpin. city......
L. Sandtrs. iawthorn..


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THE NEWS FROM ARCHER.

Pleasant Easter Parties-Sad Death
Other News Notes.
ARCIIFi: Aprll II -- r FK 1:
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fet. iii. ilth I., r p.ir ilt- N aal .l
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Florida district, and al citing him back
into the lni-noratic fold a resolution
was introduced in the Lower House
of the Legislature yesterday w lhich pre-
cipitated i fIurious debate lasting near-
ly two hours.
The resolution was Iniroduced iby
Replre'sentative James Alexander of
Volusia countt, and Mr. Alexander
held the floor for over forty minutes
while he bitterly denounced the atti-
tude taken by Congressman Clark in
Washington. Representatives Mac-
Willinnms of St. Johns and Malone of
Monroe oppoKed the resolution, and
there were many hot speeches on both
sides.
A motion was finally carried by a
vote of .-9 to t that the matter lay
oier onei week so that Mr. Clark can
be pirelsent before the House when It
is taken up. and def'tnd himself. The


their home this evening In honor ol
. ar- V'i:tl:ale's sister. .Mis .Jones
The liotwH of Mrs. W. I). Payne ol
\'illiltoni was brought here I;i-.t week
a'iid 1Li.1 to rest in J.aurel Iill Ceniv
tr I%. 81,e wa' llisa Felia Pearsoni
.'f th Ipll'ce ) for., hlr r niariniage. and
i.;eI hilhav friends here a loiu wev r
ia n:ewd at hl.r death Thei gritre waa1
v'ieried with t-alltiful flowers. A
nmilnrller of friends camel up from
\ illi-t. i Iith the' fa.nila. She le'a es%#
h.e -hihe h r hmi .l-ali. he-r piaret.t and
t a -i I.r- 1r- I( ,iil.u-in of Itratdel-.
tiwii i .lr lrar of Lv.leeslur. aind
, > ea lr,.tlia.r. rior (;il>.ert Ieleir. lon of
i .-irror (N .,,.I Mr. C Pel*ar
-eri f Ia n )i l'1111hi, Fla
Tt. fir ia a ,l Mr ianl l Mra l.n I ii.
Aill I giri Ait know Ithat their simu
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Congressional Record contatlini th
%ijceeches denounced will also be
brought Into evidence. The resolttm
aI as follows:
"Whereas. the Hon. Prank Clk.
M. C.. second District of Piortd, ia
his recent speeches in the Congrw
of the Inited tates. has bitterly a-
railed and violently attacked and de-
nounced our mateelas leader of the
great Democratic party, William Je-a
nings Bryan. and the Bryan Democ-
racy of the country. and has also as-
sailed and opposed the Hon. Champ
(lark. our great and able leader of
the Democratic party In the lowr
branch of Congress. claiming that b
was obeying the lastruetkma of th
ICgsltature of Florida:
"Therefore be it Reolve. That the
House of Repreosetatives of Ite Stat
of Florida hereby ondemu sad di.
proves of such attacks ad respetfte
ly requests and lnstrct the K
Prank Clark to return to the Deo
cratic fold and to cease his attael
upon the leaders and pricdples of th!
great Democratic party." .


f T. '.. will heopen at 3 p. a order
to afford opportunity to those who
f have other engagements la the even-
1 II- *
The exhibit consists malall of oil
i palatings of Europe and Aiertcar
srlcaeii. water colors, steel eairav*
I* tig. pottery and needlework A aslln
catalogue has twlin issued so that the
I names and location of scenery may
Ie known. *a
A Japanewe tea will also be served
1I,. vouiiK ladlen in cotume. An ad.
mil(l.-iotl ftee of trentl -lve cent will
I Ih receilvd at the door.
ltn llaturday afternoon the rooms
will I. oleni to the pIupills of the High
I School t'Iuilding fr om 2 till 5 o'clock.
azll:ssl~iilla 17. ce-late.


lot 'fit r1 11.1. 1*jl iCotton Proapecta Good.
a r,,, dA 1 A Kinc said uf, uof OraUge
N l: N iti 1 .11 Skr fil 411' fill
lilt~ I 4 Id Ela- eal .~Ii'.iia. II- a. i-tvrdajia. Mr Kinli states

1 It .H i f V iii: iip iifop t r a tr t. mid that fit. h e x
i, eci. Kr. it etcal (f of v% l'~ toee
W. C. T. U. ART EXHIBIT. Iauelligha Ila t h vt '--c titciI.coy ce1ttcaa 1He.
'I I am g r s ti'st. ge a heroe ejrm io..i -d Ithat the.
'Ii ill Be Conducted at No. -09 Went a..1 I-i ic (r or tier imaMcts do not Iu-
Court Strect.

a V I.. ue eho livvesIn a furnished room
S\\ IV' -,( t? caIl tbe Icretty "independent"-for the
CC. lla I''~ .'.r *'1rt. kee'p the btaat Lr be had within
II 't Tahis reach.


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Governor Gilchrist Wants



Change in Pardon Board


Marianna Man Slays to


Avenge Insult to Wife


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THE DAILY SUN: GAIUNBILLI, FOIRIDA, APRIL 15, 1909


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Gsp PSM @n e


~ m =~m ass MaimAtug
-eHI Shmink Pi mead

*-' eaftiWem


rnw w rea"ved it Galmesevge
a" of a bel eI WIber at $490
UNA ibe r M th peck ts e
L. W. VUMM whie e dmp hi
' lea ih t i pag somettrme dar
in am-a- -a-a. O--
nT mae abh belonged to the
a i of d W. P. WiNams Cmpany
ad ft m ewas Ms- eo thae pha
IdMn, WlrMM deoe d II
b "toa MO e uidi to aind bo

wt e be mi et aM be me
fm a66laM wa p bege ad ttleam


adm u t e a est ae of tbebi

bia i ems wi to Pa m be Ita Iel Ie
111111 ge on e 6 eWWs omdmukeI





upof as m hn a r I Wed taft.e
ta l fo thllw bi te w ne
eag MN trau seoa tM thatIb
b I aIs Mt a W 7 e a na Is o & ob
m Iw eeo dIhsem e beOMrst a u

Tihear i the WIbr b eM of
Mti te ria bo t heM tbMe i ,

is d sa rea km a p rto I t alhe



ii an, A mor.b*,
M The at M kW that sonew sahi


was iuNV bar he ehd closed the wain
dw wb t was m e faId to be opeu.
tdhe InveMthlmam atr M"ring
a y tk eveaWd the fcet that Is"
MI SestAnlM g te mosey hM4 been
wbut these were later found on
se eatls of the buIldMn, and only
hMs halfe. eobaeo ad some keys were
left in the pIeket&
AN alar was sn give sand dogs
ared, butt so far o trace of the
iming moSy as been discovered.
It Is generally beleved that it was
one that was well acquainted
with the surrouOdings and knew
sh"Ot the amount. The dogs struck
several trals kad I t is expected that
arrests will follow within the next
few days.
One of the tracks found was that
Of about a No. 7 shoe. which was kiu
cuted aear where the burglar entered.
In the rear of the building.
The moey was of all denomina-
tions, but a greater part of it was is
sold


DEATH OF MR. PUROOM.


DOed Tuesday Night from Consumrp
tieo After a Long Illnea.
Mrs W V Purdom died at her
home on North Oak avenue Tue-day
night after having suffered for the
past year or more I&th that dreadi
disease. consumption
Deceased was about 26 years of
age and had been a resident of
Oalneeville for the pat six months.
but owing to her condition had been
unable to be up to any extent.
She leaves besides the husband.
thI small children, her other and
a number of other relatives to mourn
bar demise.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. r. R. Brldge from te bhome
t 4 o'clock Wedneday afternoon and
excluded at Evergreen Cemeter). the
Following gentlemen actng a pall-
bearrs: Henry i. Chbtty. Ferdinand
Iayser. H. Waters. W. R McKIn-
try, P. Pagan and G L Tboup.ouu
The oral trUbutes attested there lou\'
and esteem of kind friends
Among the ou(-of to ni re'latli c-
present at the funiier:il a- re' Mr atid
Mrs I. N Thoniasim Ilat Cia Mr
&ad Mir KI (' Ne,.\C -us Jac'k-ont ill.,
and Mrs T IM(oIh Jaiackoiin~ll,
whilee li Mr 'ureitiiL hildl I.- i ,t r. .
drut of ( illK..' II. l l | 1t l ilr' liii,
by hier c ,~,'i dle 'r| t ni I,,l i igI t: hi.i!
Uiailli-r hliadul sin 1 li. I otl lI-. il
hho Joinl Thi. Hunr. iti \I i.'lIt. ,t111
doletisie to the t.I ret-a I

Regulates the bowu el proetieli.t
natural Iuoveuenilt, cui'4 UtL-I-un's Iteguhlet Ask )our
druggist for them o. cEtis a bi.

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It will oon be time to


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It is time NOW to
buy one.


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


It i a pleaure to


show them


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A Suleny Cld* .
imon o. f&r lose -oo0 d ba
pmltim e biarls aesewdlrt
aned ei en who ane aeb, t In
md. to df 1ea a sub)jet far above
th hi&ad f their ldewn et oUter e
lo- Bem t Bost in ot ualque. 1i
a beek enUts "TWe Seot of te s let.
eeto CtrMy' Ia Madclam decribes
a imeltr ch artertUc of tbe Cal
r------
It is the inevitable teDdmey of the
loot's il"d to fouw out every ne1 to
ftI tfrlol. ren If t be orver a prMd-
pke. and to divide every hair UU In-
Slaty is tocbed.
It., not only In ebr'b c orts, bUt
I mark et laces und In railway sta-
tlos. a bumble cottafes as well s to
university ocieties, that the k-ot oI
dloputine. In etvry spaen moment of
his tin., frou moriuJg till niaht.
The story guess that a minister over-
beard a wustber questl naln'bher child
as It suappd. Its porridge. after the
day's work was de.
*What." sakd this austere mother.
"in the true relation bet wei kirk aod
state, according to the principles of
the Frre cburbr:?
And the favored hild promptly re-
pl~d. **C.-ordlluae JurnIMl tlJ,.n with
mutual subuorlination." Ysuth's C'om-

You should liitdl lay under aiiy cir
CUUljtaivteI- HlA (a.-* of kli'dn- aundl
I l.ta'd r tr,;itl.! You : liuld tatke
-or)th 'ilng rim nil !. lthat %,oi knl oi I
rtl:al 's ol, thl,',g Ilk \\1J it I k Jl
L.e* ahd I t iuldl r I'i!- I1. r. -ti .
,' et. ln| for w'*.tk I;c'k hae'ka '. .. it
ftaiu atilui of the iblafl, r r,,tri ati.(
paliis,. 't" \1 W h'In I ~a u.-k for 1i .-
Witt s Kidu. y atd lladd, r P1ill-. I ,
surf y)ou get thei in The. are. ant.-
*lptic( A' ,ept I no ub.-Iltuti S: ollnst
AIIimm K'tling the right kind. Sold by


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STAR NVE~T


WAS HMRE IN COMPANY WITH
CHAIRMAN N. P. @RYAN.

GQernaer Giletriet Wll Address
Meage to Legislature About
Apprp riaton of Funds.

Among the prominent visitors to
Galnesville Wednesday were Dr A. A
Murphree. the newly elected president
of the State University. and Col. N
P. Bryan, chairman of the Board of
Control.
They came for the purpose of look
Ing over the building and otherwise
tanpecting the State's Interests iL
order that some recommendations may
be made at the present session of the
Legislature.
When asked concerning when the
new president was to take charge. Col.
Bryan stated that It would be about
July 1st. He wold arrive here at
this time to make all necessary ar-
rangements for the regular opening of
the fall term of the Un'versity.
Mr. Bryan stated that a message
from Governor Gilchrist would prob
ably be forwarded to the Legislature
within the net few days asking that
some ateps be takes to obtain the ap
propriation made at the lat session
for this lasttatIon ad that be under-
stood that there was now about 940.-
W*C of the amount available.
It is known that there has been a
number of contractors here fgurtan
oa Improvements to be made during
the comain summer, but Mr. Bryan
was non-ommital on this question and
said they would do their best with
the money allowed them.
Both gentlemen expressed them-
selves as delighted with the rapid
growth Galnesville is making and
hoped that it would continue.



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Hlicks' CAPUDINE Is the Ib-t remet
Muoh Like Demosthenes. dy- relieves the aching and feveriah
"Woman," he said. "really ought to ess--cures the cold and restore-
be a Ietter o,rator titn Puun"
ybe a letter oratorio tan mannormal conditions. It's liquid---efect
"Why sure she aske-d.
"Because-." be riled. "to a certain Immediately. 1c. 25c and 50c at drul
extent at leat she follows the methb- tLeo
ods of that famed orator Demos-
thbene" And IS He Left Them.
"In what way she Inqured. still With a heart full of good Itntion
busy with the fdahing toouetwu of br and a Iag full of uplift tracts he ap
toilet. r ir, ac he.l li,.- 'l~,e In the bucoll
"You remember." he answer. "that \:e!,~.
Demosthenes used to practice talking "Madam, uay I klave same tract
with his uiouth full of tIwit le with you?"
Phe bastlly t(,Nk the Iplus out ,of her *"You may. kind sir. but eare tbe
mouth ani Infortuedel blnl that be was heel imrks 4,f ttwm Iollltin dirertli
a tuetra old thing anyway. Nvew lurk toward theite btel."-New York Times
TIne -- .
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L n*11a that had anillto .'d ni'- a loiu g i -.. ,' te 'e;:, t < i .(:I1t f, r yiur Il:ltit
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"oIE DIoN IIOF,
A GREAT SUCCESS

OVER FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE AT. INr. COr.N
TENDED THE PLAY. eusf- t Asp

S Each Member of Caste Performed .nte ,
It n 1 0 ISa one io form r
Parts Very Credtably-The ti yt A ft? -
Drills Were Pine. tu 0 JISOpfM WA
-- o r 44at. st
The I nioin I Iot. lir*' titedl at A i a I te wt ft
tII'. New Baird Th. ttrie Ti -pL **(,d... I K- t Imoiftt e
I I under dilctlion .i- .liik f r thei tb.ee-fit of th.e I*y "WIr t,
hovilir h.: I I .i I,. ii'it.ii.ld In ,%th, 6'1' "',; 0 W s mwl.y.
| rni4 i-.t f ..ir r!< a It. % Kirt-) Smith I le
Chapter I I Ct* wa- n arat suP- b t)lk getttIlaC
-'it in et,,rs Sf --ciall I.ecat "
the- audience. wa re. rs.,iinath and / i-
Ii.'a l el.>> e |.li'ti; I 1 fiel nfin i iadll te '-
<* t.. h t ,,, .. ,,lF t-. t-, ,l ...d thei C
ltondest *'xi'etations of those Inter- Ftc0 i n: P CO. AllY
'.t-I Nearlyv Eix hundred attended. 90t.t|EAO J U1 .C T
and all heartily y*njo,ed the program Maww rop w V F m
"Th' I'nion Ilhwot" is Intenselvy fun-
n? froni Ih-ginning to end. The in- nell. Marion Futch. i'earl W'hets-tone.
teorior (of the de'iot is Ijictured in a lAuls-- Walker. Eloise Vidal. Irctne' Mc-
wonderfully realistic manner, the call- t'rtear.. Itell 8adler.
Ing out (.f the, arrival and (lelnrtiure Tickett Agent I'ion lti l| iot-Mr Fen
? < fl th trails v" the station master. NMct'brl;irck
and very comical situations that are Depot Master-Mr. J. A. Goodwin.
often exim-rienced in traveling. litin Joe Gamin, bootblack-Joe DuPree.
featured. Bus Woman-Mrs. Joe Manasse
The doll haby drill by the little A'11" Martha Chattermuch-.Mrs.
girls and the cowboy. Indian and 4"*O' I .M1rri.
m. etl;eart drills by the young ladles I11r lDaughter. .Maria "-.MII Eloi-
., I re- fi:'. anid V!* ii ;(t..tir.i S .tet (aref l .Vid l
training Aunt Amelia Saylittle"-Miss Pearl
Ti nmake indi idual mention would l'-"~ te'"
require much space. as that would em- Neplhew Willie-Clifford Haughton.
brace the enUre caste. but Miss Me- Strolling Italians San Mixon. Mist.
lick and all who assisted her are due faltm'l Avera
the thanks of those present for pro- "I'nel .Josihu l!a I.-c'.1 Pr .1 I!
hiding an evening of such rare amuse- ('ollson.
nent. "Aunt Sarah." his wife-Mrs. Jesse
The Caste. R. Emerson.
Following wa the cat: Deacon longface-Mr. II. R Colson
FolloWing was the caste:
Ikol drill by little girls. those tak- School Girls. "Lil." Fannie Ilurkhim:
.Flo." Winnifred Pedrick "rFan'
ing part being Annie Manasse. Edna ;l ick; cFa..
('hesnut. litesie McCormick. Velma tlad. .McFarland
Ilude--Hardy Jar% is.
Hands. Illaniche lurst. Helen Smith. ue-ardy Jars is
Elizabeth Watts. Inez Itrooks. Ikro- Mrs. Garrulous-Mrs. Jack lknby
.Mr lnlwck- k-r. .1rolnar.
thy Mc. akin. Ikena Itolten. Victoria r i ck-Mr onar
Earle. Ludy Flewellen. Willa Le- n" l k-Mr Molnar
""Woman with Ial, MI' P M1
Grande. Thelma Hullard. Lucile Col- "t M.t F M
Pr.l.tt (The laby wtas the Infant
soon. Mary Thomas. Loulse Irewitt. -" itt Th. ald as th. i.fa
n,,t o .\lr and .1rs I" T. MlcCormick I
Josephine Itrooks. Christine Tomkies. "of Mr ad Mr. T M rmi
S Marv McCormick. Lucretia Dors.vy, rof Iarned. in o-Mr hr la Mathe' h
Margaret Lynch and Edith McMakln. y was thru .t-M".r hr. Mathes.on
a.Mc.orrm. iv--ckr., L'ucr,,et.r
"Pride of Prairie' drill by girls in .r.. eidy--.r We.ster
r owtoy co-tume Soloist. Dallas iow. Ne'd ('lhilere Il h. )liver. Lola
.rs. Mi., es* > A.tie C(';itiCanio Allnm Fenl-
PIrima Itklima N .lts Suem Sinil,5(sl.
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the best non-conduc- A ,,,,ib S,,h ,.
S' II e' -.f' 1. t .. \ th.t ( Ill. h-.ali .1 t t
tor for heat or cold. ., ,,, .,
iI. to. healthy who Luffer from
A irl:- asid mniot bal,jie, do uuli..,
*^A|lUI|| | ith1 y ar: ke'pt free rrun, the-,u *ith
| I I ve Whlt,. Cr,.am Vtrmiuful,. Artt
GAINESVILLE
Iui kl> >rt ildlJ) -ls its owu pursa
Ilje bloth.rs d,,ut attempt to raie
MAhIAiP hdrnu withoutt Whitea Cream
lU m-,, W.iVerml| fuse Pltr e ac ctCuts. Sold by
HARI1W WM JoWaeos


OAS WAS CAUSE OF DEATH.
Remains ef J. 0. LaFentisee expected
to Arrove Today.
The' r naiiii of th, lte' .I () ia
li ate ; e a 1 I eof il tet tarn hin
a;t>i' i0! tiw a' l i' tth. t l i l .ar
i i' t., i.? f-,,r ith Itq m r.il e.r ',-,
w ill Ie- dele :i| ( d uponl
I'art ula: r, c-;arlinTl hil uvntime'h
dteat; h a n1111,t o 'e ,4 it.al.e id ill full. lut
fr toi n%.;a l i nt 1 le' w 'Iarn -d it Ii' s 'i
I'-.t'd that hlS dl;iath Asn. dut' to Il
No oin- .' ina connected ith tlh
faniily wre p Iresent at the' tinie of
his death and all Informnation so far
rece'i ,ed has tne'en indirect.
Ills devoted sife. who left him only
a few d.>p ago. Is iprostrated with
:rie'f at hber torn r holtcI- at ;lIaw
thorn.
An investigation Is now being con-
iducted and Iarticulars leading up to
hi. death. that is e tfar as can be'
oliain l iil tI,, m ai! ki .-:. -, ,"
the nextiI fe'm da;i\
M.r. Il.aFontlM.-. or "Johnnhl." as
!:-, :as generally known, numbered
lii- friend* ly the core. he having
lied In Gainesville the most of his
life. The sad news was a great sur-
prie' tf hi.i. many tritnd., ttriunIu t,.t;
the State'.
It is understood that the funeral
will be held at Hawthorn and the' re
n:-ais laiid t~. rest thlertr. that I,'ting
the home of his wife's parents.
To the bereaved wife. father and
mother, and to all members of the
family. The Sun joins In extending
deepetl sympathy, for John teemed
always "one of us." Sad indeed was
the moment when the announcement
of his demise was made kuown in thib
'ffie'"
One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At least, is what a young baby ought
to gain In weight. Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with its
digestion. Give it McGee's Baby
Elixir. Cures stomach anr bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-
ness. good for teething bables. Price,
25c and 50c. Sold by W. M. Johnsonu
The First 8*w One.
He uttered a Joyous cry.
"And I am really and truly the first
man you ever kis edl?"
"eas. Clarence." the beautiful gir! re
joined. her red lip curIln;: llitil;,
"The others all took the Initiative."
New York Press.


Impure blood runs you down-makei
you an easy victims for organic dl.,
ease Burdock Iklood Ititters urlfle-
the' blood cures, the caue'-buildlu
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When You Th.
06 the a-- wh1s min worn esperhse wIt eoey
mou-h It tmoks thejenims d kisss aldam s esIn-
ased with wemmehood em so be m *orst. a m le.
While is general m I womee res gims what she j
guard& ** s nattral necessity there -is wome whAo would
"t& gldl h re Ie frm thi r rori r d el I psi.
bp. P0e0~e0' Fe0er e Proeef$tpe#eo *Meo
wer. **woem rmem e* a .kP wm
MerD. bous lBW10MFg9A a" @or" *
mel. weebagese
Sick women are invited to emslt Dr. PiWere ty teer ,
Fe. All corespondece striedy private and seredly
*o.idemrisl. Write without er ad without M e to WeU*es Dp m---ey
eal Amociatio, R. V. Pierse, M. D., Presidiu, *Slb, N. Y.
Syou went a book that telsh ell shkot women's disesses, M i to a se
them at hoW, Med 21 One-ct staps to Dr. Pi ree to pay seat I -
ny, sad he will sed you a / rw opy of his great tihousm dpage he- tJ
Common Ses Medical Advier-reviwd, up-to-dte editim, i p evs.
. heuadmeo cloth.hindiag, 31 stamps.


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of the (ety petret ata t ztleth l a irnt nc! tte &a:.e
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THE DAILY SUN: BAINB8VILLF, FLORIDA, APRIL 15, 1909


LIVE SREEET SCENE

EARLY WEDNESDAY

H. 0. KENNARD CHASES NOERO
THIEF ON UNION STREET.


TEIESING FACTS

J. W. McCellum A Ce. Ofer to CoVr
Catarrh-The Medicine C1ets
Nothing if They Fail.


Wl;i 4 l WOOD.
ft MaMI the ISn dA Meet Leela
Kind ef Tiffbs.
It has long lwes known that wtnth,
was the eft time of the year for cut.
ting down trees for tbher timber, but
until the Anmrksan eIureau of fostTy
Im)llihed the risults of some s exper-


\'Wh n a ni-.ll* 11. ffo'ct a cur,' IIn neris no oine a .is urn ; h. TIe lIm
FPred Twe thota at Fleeing Form *'s Ir 'i 't of 'a -*.' ardi n he i w V off. r rtatnu o f re try a tl' lidil f *tsr pine
Without tffect-Aiieeas He tha t nillrline i t* l t"our on11 I1r-al -l treeP (r ofOw ;Inie nf-'w :le' :r *'f ieNlilI
g'Haralnt.'e that it a ill c t the us-or \li'.r. imn i' l t 'i lr' a< II. and
Had Stole Catbage. nothing if It dloew not cure' catarrh. It fellhd thl:en. tie tirlt .;t the en'id of
-- -- I (i)l rn-')litabhl that l- )ple- should IN t-tiler. thel M cOitl at the. end of
There was a lively Soeno enacted talI ,i us. ,fr at least put or clilna rinJtmry. th lhr.l nt liir' -e'il t Fe t
on Inlon street early \W\Vlnresday to Ia prtical tI.-t when we take all anr" i d the. fr urth at t(he end of
0 1\" "arlh. Tliey wrre hew\n Ihto Ica af
menrning when H. G. Ke.nnard attack the risk. Thee are facts which we the M nna s:Ir nlnd drilh nt tle same
ed Alfred Taylor. colored. on the mantt th ,l.ile of Galnes-vill. to Pub- .len. Then tie Id,.Is *.re I sted .
charge of hainiRg tn .. .... statiate. W want them to try R'ex- The I.eaemlnc& gt rl-tted a fetlle
IO.,-ts romi hit n. hi all Mucu Tone. a medicine' prepared rtnirn tw i(e. as strong na thit which
from a pirescriltion of a physician the :Mar-h }I,, rc.i-ltt4 l It furnished
aIt .. that Kom-n tha it nation h bo s .i'ialty as catarrh. and who jp.le which were still Iwrfv.et and on-
taihll d that K -nnard .,tn i.- has a rtetird of thirty ar. of cur,. dltny4t~ .lixt .env yrnr% l.atr. while the
11e1 lret qua ntitie of .both lth- .' .- ,I. Iii Illei made from the Mnar h log had
\. k.talWe.s from hlm fl.hIo t lteats d nar v hrotted within three ar four years.
tl... Sa-at,,ard tracks. for t.a' l s .tV. e- W 1 ad r thint is fell d in Nl etuberr 1
.ral^ A.wks. and l he. h.le gained rsull oro Ig rerts alMut Rexall Mucu- lens i r than th.t rut at other
.i,.nt .vidtncet to lhad him to wli-e m tTone than we do of all other catarrh tim". Ith la hbeenn l,-rovd that 9ak
that Taylor was the- ult part. remedies sold In our store, and if felh- In tll spring allowed water to
... g .. more peo ile only knew what a thor- pr'raolnte thro~,h It In fromn two tit


Taylr. wno works very litte-. nha
lt.en selling cabbage and beets to
the merchants up torn early ce'ry
morning. and as he had no farm. he
swas easily detected as the thief.
Learning that his place had been
visited sometime during Tuesday
night. Kennard was out early on the
trail of the negro. when he found at
J 0. Harrold's store, and he at once
made for the man. but the negro was
like the "rabbit" and made his es-
cape by running down I'nioa street.
Seeing that he was likely to get
away. Kennard fired two shots at the
fleeing form. which proved Ineffect-
ive. the negro finally making his es-
cape.
Mayor Davis has ordered the arrest
of Kennard for discharging firearms
within the city limits and his trial will
te held in mayor's court today.

A Knocker
Is a man who can't *see good in any
prison or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liv r. If )ou find that
you are betlnling to stee thiug-


roughly dependable remedy Rexall
Mucu-Tone is. it would be the only ca-
tarrh medicine we would have any
d.tlant d tor
Recall Muca Tone sl quickly absorb-
ed and carried by the blood until It
thoroughly disinfects and cleanses the
entire mucous membranous tract, de-
stroy. and removes the parasites
which injure and destroy the mem-
branous tissues. soothes and heals
the irritation and soreness. stops the
mucous discharge, and builds up
strong, healthy tissue. relleves the
blood and system of diseased matter.
stimulates the muco-cells. aids diges-
tion and improves nutrition until the
whole body vibrates with healthy ac-
tivity. In a comparatively short time'
there is a most noticeable gain in
weight, strength. good color and feel-
intg ,f huioyan(y
We urge you to try Mucu-Tone. be.-
ginning a treatment today. At any
time you arte not satisfied. simply
come and tell us. and we will quick hl
return ouir none(y without que-tion
or quitlhlo' \Ve' hive Rexall MiIc
'IM 1-. I- _. -- 0 .


Tone in two siz-. -Pl'c and $1.041 .1
through bihe s-ctacle. tr. t your li Wn'- It toll um z- ..w c an r t l. i .I
or to a good cli-a.ln t pr'.-,s will:. W .'Collu & o.. corner East Main
llallard'.s I1.rlrn* .A s-ur,- cure for" '" ,,_,_..______________


constipation, 1dy ,-(1;ta, I igI-I t ion.
billou.ine.s. all li\t r. stomach amil
t
If it's printed stationery you want.
The Sun office Is the place to get it.




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three ours, while siniliar wood cut In
Imcemler was seemingly Imlermeable.
There Is a very simple metbod of as-
three hoors, while similar wood cut In
winter or In spring. The ifo oer on-
tains flory particles, which turn bhle
when tincttre of Iodine Is poured upon
them. The latter pweerves Its natural
tint or merely becomes a little darker
at the contact of Iodine.-New Toat
Word.

COPIED NAPOLEON.
South Amerltea Dictateer Whe Im-
tated the FPe-h Ds*pe*
The dictatorship of Castro In Vene-
sels has been compared wkh that of
President Francla. who terrorlaed Par-
agay for over thirty years. Francti
was a worshiper of Napoleoa. whom
he endeavored to imitate In every poe-
alble way. He mposseese only one por-
trait of his Idol, a German caricature.
which deple-til the le'lmpror wearing
an exasgwrated version tof the famous
glrny overroat. F-rallia took this plic
ture seriously and for many years pa-
radedl the stre-rts of Asun -ltu iclad In
a grn.a dre-.lsing p iwaln a.d a cocked
hat. hlich be fondly Iellievtal to I
the laltllual garth of *he Fren< h den
Inst.
I' st-'sri''4 nI-Iit dlitinll's tlhede purf-deces-
orr V:.is ll,' s NI:t all e' Ill ar hi.al ad en' hlii idol a ris coukl
thlus Imitate hliim nc ,rr filthfully. lle
iaua .ha; tl t a ua'lUire tih rlii.ljer r'r
loruel ,ue' t;a..h I :'ld a '&thar uii:intivri.Tlus.
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    HOW TO GROW FAT

    A Lazy Stomach the Cause of Thin
    ness Nine Tines in Ten.


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    The Value of Good
    0
    Digestion

    b eay to figurre v py kmoW wd pyer -end
    b wortL Kodd hol p the --mecL et pat vabe
    by muvi-gr aod diga-saI. Kodl cur Dqprm.


    Kodol Insere good dlgestio by
    absolutely duplicating Nature's
    normal press. In perfectly dixest-
    Ing all food takes nlto the stom-
    arh.
    While Kodol li doing this, the
    stomach la reatlaing- d becoming
    strong and healthy. A strong anad
    healthy stomach guarantees a
    sound and active brain.
    The man with a aound stomach
    -a stomach that is dolng for the
    body Just what Nature latended
    It to do-ls the man who o always
    Fprpred for any emerecy. He
    s"there with the goods."
    The man with a sick stomach. Is
    a man asck all over. When the
    stomach is Irritated by undlteted
    food. the blood and heart are d-
    rectly affected. Thea dultnesm. n-
    natural sleeptaes. ulek-hea hes,
    vertigo ad faantla n spenl a1d
    even serious brain trouble develop
    Kodl wfm mreet thiM
    SpurrlIg theU imeb sad bdI


    to special effort by "teace" sad
    "stmulants" doea't e re uaythMa
    or accomplish any good. Neither
    does dietlan. lndlgettli sad the
    aerktow allments which it ladt s
    can be averted aad corrected enly
    by natural mesas.
    Kodol suppllea thil natur
    meuas. It performs the stomameb'
    work for It-Jast as the stomlee
    should perform It-while the tm-
    ach takes a little rest, "lor the
    stomea'a sake."

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    tl". s heWse I" he Iblee
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    Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
    Leave (;ahilrville for Sampson City, Palatks,
    Iake City, Valdomta, and all points North
    Returning, arrive Gainesville ...............


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    6 THE DAILY 8SUK: GAINESTILI I. FLORIDA, APRIL I 1909


    A. mim iW qn
    g oesa" SAVID

    .y w I fI ItI..d Ias-
    mt sarsry sti ^ rt toA
    butat to eally notMig m the F Ae
    aii at t an extart rerm srk- FR M A
    2IS the rfime ie the A9tY f lab-
    tof atb. They Itr three become
    sowher elem eor thm to I"*,
    Us eutdom dW* being warty w OPERATION
    as the dI e a hboume.
    TIh place longs to HIlflad. sad
    e proper all e 1tch. a Ne ByLydia E.Pinkham's
    ob speak l3glsh as their Matue
    41e0. ThWyI cI tlther ftfr to"
    atm be"SCe It iN si tuatd o t, Ve taM e Compound
    Upat a mountain.
    AttteMtgh -mred so all n ide. br Laril le, Ky.--"Ldlis E. Pink.
    ham' s t ctabhle Comln,,,.l has ci r-
    Se ms. theY tens pId weeks wltb- thainl done rt .
    a metag It. eer that lvolvee a 0on| world of good ai!
    1mb up t t the tim o the rather StilU I cannot praise it
    Ia ftrequtty do they tnwch ait eough.I iff.'rv
    ier because to do me twhy u. i fromirr eularities
    tglus. ccmb downward tfrt a d.j dzizzineiw nernSrr.
    eem tf ULo wSeet y a parocipme | f eaale trouble
    et bewn pat kew. "tbe led- female.Pitroub
    i. ~. |J legtable Corn.
    t 1a. Wrr. t nMut to tUer m-t poud hu restored
    go lhIy tdTt thems Dutch people me to perfect
    fwht mPMk ~helta ad Nvw abift health and kept me
    he a Vem se a a susaitty c re from th opratins
    se.m reb the es e at toper.- er be wthot this
    giw-.m. O -*OW-s .mg i Is I the bouSe'-MIU. AX'L
    is tbam lst IMr .te L>, r Fourth bSt., LouIMvI. Ky.
    ating -a t wst ~ My 4 maske. AotU OwpeT Avoided.
    iwMfe b -eo mm ge ing AdrelUrkl OGa.- "I sufeyed untold
    It 0 a e aW iseryr fthm fenl). troubles, ad my
    t eteIte v etor ad am omtios wu my only
    wheam upoe I t g o. eb4r and I dreaded It almost as
    0- Wmdwmi w.dar i Ti Ps" mucb as deat Lydia E. Pnkham's
    MOM SIb have to e auled up VEgtbeCompound comnptalyrur d
    O te in a to* M er Md t*w* WW*a teo -oP-LirAV.
    Sh**- mrty pas of oparaled S*e
    -- i -ims thm e pr oI Lydia E.
    Am-r aPy nmles. w Irh 's Veatibt Copornd to
    2T tt1e at Aft. bsw Captain f -111 d-ii-MI. T-he pget vro
    Ses ,Me n. a the P- n In te ecoucluovoly that
    m in ass the _t at Mt I LiNB'tram-'I Veetable Co
    S Ex t m n idlsmM .-yforto


    e11 kMa 1 hle l t A prgmy. I UB.e of JIudment.
    am hNi.tt- a.rse aiMi. este. a "a t tow. mtt yot, wer a dae
    4 twi tem as wm se will l see a lsha*r-

    IMt hem all at a l. e wold @oot your adversary tbroub
    IO SOWr W& Te he will f I t br. oar ithim In the foot


    sat th peM tlMb turned out to he I* ts light place."

    SlamMMt A lUmteI aty Weumdt me Ceevieed.
    MMa r Io .M. ta s.. by tS oars thinks be plays a good game
    *^^R edaJow W J. noeded bly o jb -p."

    te A~-~sm p opl. vL "T-. I .,he b a e t the there ot
    wU bt boW apsUO Mr r bi t l trying to disabub him of the
    ti ellsm that advice? The answer M-ad thid." lcve'r.d Plia
    t very M.M.le---e lasUu'd now Ml.,
    Idmimnt ad the rheu--adem- will gI.
    loaTv y as spry as a Coi. Live PeMoty of it.
    qlck anW permanet rot frto "JedTtw from the atensiont of It
    v sumatlas. neuralgia. lan k. klld in Ilise tlej:it." i....uid
    4 by W. M .. Jo visitor In IlunkIUle. "I |ir!,-,a thert
    must be a bounty on timwe.-Iualsilrk
    m -w.a"W. a. is... cuim. _ar__an___-_._ ___


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    Gain..' ilii Is conce.'vd to 1w the
    uaut enterlirsuig ai', Ilas I li .- r11t)
    Wautaful Ci) III the oat. tritr ofIF i'tr
    .1g. It is locate-d ii tII the %e ceflito
    if thi eStAte. h, Alf wM livtI A .eIt, .At
    .Anitic and G ulf t ua.-t urr mweeai 1 I.'I
    gl did.f (if 2uch ferntlity) a. to to- caI -alN1'
    if 5eroduvila a great arit (if fr .;.-
    Snthe be -art of the truek er,.ee He
    ;phoisphate and uaI al eLorab 1'. It Sh.
    !iab thei L. t LdLM.LZ e)i.I ,*AeAt
    In the State geeod chure Lii. et i.
    "daleee. a bath ace. haier r. *r toe %lil
    UVA of it- PItLu lM F:4),..& A ; 1. la: g
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    Tb. t flL iuvr. of Ar IAua c t Of
    hic h Tb lele Is the wuli) ovAt
    e1 1vAt blon s iy d tboardat t btheMiAuta
    I.A(t Thet It4m zlivrature Is %I eruni
    fortia Pcarvee] e 'elr rleacblbgthe fi'.a
    Lies I haisua.*r or tbe tarLitiva I
    sinter The 1melulateim ofGuaitivaieill
    is about eight tbousuumd. rrelirtsuting
    avarl) votr) iustiousiity on th fe-W
    of the earth aud stranger* alva ab
    meet sith a hearty welcomon
    The Untra'ealty of Mkrtda for )ouug
    son azel the National Agricultural Ex
    petimesiat tatios a,. loamtv4 ithisl
    the corpuor. mliMit of the city at
    1et. Giuvotille ba sso many Itbilgs
    OWt emust be pardome if w emit


    They Needed Prayfe.
    A memler of parlianmeut teD a girwd
    stry of an not ,f the way CouDtry
    cterkgman who did not keep up to
    date In what was going on In the
    world. One Punday be ankedl hl ex-
    ton. 'Isn tih prayer fr Iiprliament tn
    he unwd toudayl ? i I prl.liiit still at
    tits?"
    Tew 'ixtoon' reply anMnw pr'-omltly
    -"Well. sir. I don't kr,.r '!".. k7S ..-
    better pray f r them. f, r th'yT rPa
    pr~t i .umld 1 I"' I i.. l-n Slta:.dar
    Trthful.
    IIe-C.ire me a ki. bhe' e.lle.tlry
    --I w,'* .... *h,,,,lln t nT "I
    2 ,n', t,, I.', .. ; ,' :. ; .il "'I I '"
    rl'...
    for h,,t he-Iqf I a.* n ul!:;'t U,

    Sf.-m (,f the ni In the fullosi.g enumer
    nation of what
    Gaineville Has:
    One art t.
    No sal )C ,-.
    (f)t ge arae.
    Fle.r hb.t. I-
    Fjur banks.
    Four dair.#-.
    One foutndry
    Water work.
    Ten churches.
    One gas Iclact.
    Two tin shops.
    Three bakeries.
    Ten physlcia'l .
    Six fruit stores.
    Two gunsmiths.
    Six restaurants.
    One teed store.
    Board of Trade.
    Bix drug stores.
    Four shoe shop&
    State t'nlvetr.ity.
    Masonic Temple.
    Twenty lawyers.
    Two paint shops.
    Four contractors.
    One bicycle shop.
    Baseball diamond.
    Two lee factories.
    Six music schools.
    Oe variety store.
    One public library.
    Two wamon works.
    Two planing mllis.
    Two racket stores.
    Two lumber yards.
    One marble works.
    Three silversmlths.
    Three wood yards. .
    Five dental rooms.
    One express offle.
    Fre mail delivery.
    rour beef market.
    Eight barber sbops.
    Two public schools.
    Two music houses.
    A telephone system.
    Two haberdasheries.
    Two abstract offces.
    Four pressing clubs.
    Two machine shops.
    Two bottling works.
    it bonardi.ig houses.
    One Catholic church.
    A military company.
    Three ewelry stores.
    One phosphate office.
    One Chinese laundry.
    One Christian church.
    Two steam laundries.
    Two Advent churches.
    Oae dally newspaper.
    Two hardware stores.
    One female physician.
    Fiftesn groccry stores.
    Five Itaptist churches.
    Three furniture stores.
    Onae cold torae pl,!ant.
    Ont' s e*kly nrl- spaper.
    S.-v.eu dry getx)l- stores .
    Three- cold drl:.k stands.
    0(t.. cl "tr:,i' 1;:, ilant.
    Thr.e--. l: l ; .'h shops.
    Thr< t* r.t t ;;
    I ;t'Kt'1 ;..: ,d ..'." r, r
    Tu' I.; 1 i- i '. .rt'h"'

    it,, ,1at -. (>lr? t,.
    Thirt,, ii tS j iil: i -ctool-
    One Presb. terian church.
    I *.| (!'.,r li,.I [1 l.-a F'ur r il e.-tat'.. .a1reiclsa.
    V\'luintfe'r fire ,i;,a.irtmer .t.
    Se'\'ra l I.r'dter eirnt'.r'il..
    T"hr,. M. ? r ; i hi:- r...
    4 tr:'t. .,tt d ,',r l:at!nthn
    Two photogrraph gsllerIes.
    Two niovlni picture shows.
    Florida Wilter Chaulauqua.
    One semi-w weekly newspaper
    vo. lifte I auranr.. Uarn..
    F'Ir-t ei .i- -, r. ,e *t in
    Tao f.-rtcliz-r r;.atiufa< (iP r. -s.
    i\'|e firr th lii ri t a 'rn I, lg.
    Tao li\e-ry anid f.,-d stables.
    ()II. ( r.t,- ail, t't-k,t f;i t, ,ry


    ler.
    'Tuc Er?! r, r in~(
    T m I of '!e 1, 1:-1i .i .. y t-r ui'i II

    'r o A -:. r .1A v

    ( I f'it e'I.:,


    A il( i rv l tu t II..-( ? i hli ti r
    , rT.-t, o to f-t ahol1 Ce .fla '., ,-d
    $! .,, ....e
    Satri-lit.I ri tl.AN.4lh A IIAPlI re-re
    Ial lt.t-r i.it.tr Ua.ehl &ii t t an&id 1-A
    tirmlti -Mil g le)re
    More* nil-a of( pated *trfrt* aiid
    grantlitAie side,-alk than any othev
    toiu In thi, Interior of the State
    Aa A.vE, ov court houb4 built of brick
    and stout a beautiful structure and
    the laIua flowr, beds. brubblrry
    Coafederate monument. etc surround.
    tag it. uake It a bat attlracut plc-
    ture


    BLOOD POISON
    When the Hood beirmnm infected with the virus of Co!2tatioUs nIOo4
    fotift. the gyTuptotfs are soon n xanitfSte~I. T1.e mouth and! throat uerirpts,
    copP#cd OlvEI Ispots appear. a rtpl ri break n-it. the hair begins to come
    out. and usuUU&r sores an I ulcvrs s-irw tem.i r#-s on deferent varts of the
    t----4-'.. At tl ert sign of th% tihase S. Q. S. shouMl be taken. for the
    t-ouhte is too powerfitl an~t 4l1nr'roul ti trifle with. If tlowe'l to run on
    the tendency ii to wo-f. elovn an I att' mk thae bones andnel nrrs, ant som:ne
    tinie it rakeu a a v1r43lte phys.al WA reIk of the .aiiferPr. Te ti--w;e (can
    make no such hepaiw-.Ar if S. S. S. is co:ai:n~r;a*t an, u-"'l accordinit to 'trec.
    tions; its Crogre.'s can 1* stoppe-1,' the poison r eiored'(. and hecal1'
    preserved. S. S. S. goes into the Wlood and rer:pores the l iltidlous virus.
    cleanse, the circub-tion and inakeot a con~plete un it rtr.Anent cure byI
    Uallv. t"e )'*::l. ~~i~h. 1~'!'\: 1
    U.U 1110t.-. Sol. A."d I ae~i e L I Ve8( :. >*,AI..Cv;rzl':
    CU'UIatioD Lu. tae iO the qc-ase h 1e:t. i.- s ..% ,p,. t te 1retno. r
    cures Cont~gbous Bl !oo I PoIAoa *tw aus' itt 1A F're.04-it 4), ..U bloo i
    fIrs. tsteti ri-I I;rca-en for inore thain fortv.a.. Io::e tre~i?;..tL
    book and any nmetkaal da..e free to all &w-. r -,w i".
    TRE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA QL


    ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. I


    The Perambulating


    Showcase

    By Herbert Kaufman.

    The newspaper is a huge shop window,
    carried about the city and delivered daily into
    hundreds of thousands of homes, to be exam-
    ined at the leisure of the reader. This shop
    window is unlike the actual plate glass show-
    case only in one respect-it makes display of
    descriptions instead of articles.

    You have often been impressed by the
    difference between the decorations of two
    window-trimmers, each of whom employed
    the same materials for his work. The one drew
    your attention and held it by the grace and
    cleverness and art manifested in his display.
    The other realized so little of the possibilities
    in the materials placed at his disposal that un-
    less some one called your attention to his
    bungling you would have gone on unconscious
    of its existence.

    An advertiser must know that he gets his
    results in accordance with the skill exercised
    in preparing his verbal displays. He must
    make people stop and pause. His copy has to
    stand out.

    He must not only make a show of things
    that are attractive to the eye but are attractive
    to the people's needs as well.

    The window-trimmer must not make the
    mistake of thinking that the showiest stocks
    are the most salable. The advertiser must not
    make the mistake of thinking that the showiest
    words are the most clinching.


    used
    puts
    nine


    Windows are too few in number to be
    with indiscretion. The good merchant
    those goods back of his plate glass which
    people out of ten will want after they


    have seen them.

    The good advertiser tells about poods
    which nine readers out of ten will buy if they
    can be con inced.

    Newspaper space i'~elf is only the win-
    do-., : jit s the showc:,cc is but a frame for
    r. :r '.. .: :.":u-:;. .. tv.a.c- ( a cr,'.vd-
    ed street in the best ncigh' orhood, where
    prosperous persons pass continu~:ly. i; re
    desirable than or. i:n a c,.. n. bar1,:.y scttlkd
    neighborhood. An advertisement in a news-
    paper with the most readers and the most
    prosperous ones possesses a great advantage
    over the same copy in a medium circulating
    among persons who possess less means.
    would be foolish for a shop to build its win-
    dows in the alleyway-and just as much so to
    put its advertising into newspapers which are
    distributed among "alley-dwellers."
    (C,-pYr'4. 15'0. by Trtibte CompaI y, Chicago)


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    THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. Pi ORIDA. APRIL 15. 1909


    OBEDIENT SOLDIER& DbUSINW CARDS
    D o03. P. WAILO,

    An Iltratrion of Milary DiDENTIST
    pn In lGrmany.atree
    *en Phtone S. Alm Log ODtesM
    A JOKE TAKEN IN ErNEST.
    DR. EDWARD CL'IRK
    The Stery an anglishman TttIs of a DENTIST.
    Amusing incident In Which oH Par-
    ticipated Dring a Visit to the t* )lc t.s In Graham Bulldhti. ovo
    tlifield of Worth. Sauniders & Earle' store. Phoal
    The docility and bllrd o',,,ic:lce of -o--.t
    tlb. G;erman solller hare In loe been a ..,. UKKI
    )bJe t 4,f comment. The i;,'r:an *
    ;hesli;ilrre recrnise th3t It *tae'il n..
    egc" so far an t, ie aa:,urdl. .i. I:n. .. .. DE TI8T. -
    lslihm n. wrrtling Itn t':e I,.: Tl- q.
    des, rinls n munaiuli:! l. i, %t. nhl lI
    occurred after he hid *l**::t a diay i o gate tUolll Nle W i
    trinmping aIout the bittl.le .!d <.f i.
    W1 rth. ne wan dreCiSl. It shn.uid be
    noted, tin reIrolr civilian lathes and
    cnarrit an umbrella: Jh. ALDLAMMAb.I
    Emtcrgilne from a wood. I came upon
    a plot of gras where alm ut a d7,,.n
    German mlddler w~r rettina. The D TI I T tb
    wlrit moved me to xtp nnd lsenk
    to these men--ephasilzlng u meyn-s- @ over DItOta O'L. -E
    Ing by satgn when my wKant German Phboa Sw Oalasillel Pi
    wualhulary failed me.
    I asked. "Are you Prulraonr' Tbe y B. BAKER,
    tIdirnant anwer. to choorus. wa: ".o' "
    Baxonsr' ATrOnI .T-Ay-LAw,
    "Oh." laid I. wishing to concliate.
    *I am Analw.rson." .. dOLIITOR In OCHANCIT..
    Much to my astonishment. one of
    them got up and shwkr me warmly by *AT N I VILLB Alabeis Oe ., M1
    the band. Potnting to my duty boots Osin HgiSmLmi BlSek.
    and flannel shirt unbuttoned at the
    neck. I then, In vile German. explatleld URDINAl D BAYK.,
    to my friends of fee minutes' standing
    that I bad made the grand tour of the ATTORIET AT LAW,
    battleteld on foot and bad teen walk-
    ings loce 9 o'clock In the momingl. It k w Ua M
    then being 5 In the afternoon.
    Quite casually I renlarked that al- 1o lM pleposl (l
    though "not a military. but a naval of. s.
    feer." the study of battlefields Inter- list of what1Ut oe foru e. uSl
    ested me.
    At the mention of the word ,*leer" T CARLILE,
    all the men sat up. butt-ned their tu-
    nics and buckled on their sworda or ATORNITY AT LAW
    bayonets- I forget whil h. And Golieiotr i qieaty
    "Are you ,ilnl to eNlderhronn?" was
    my next ,luetilon. Reg kIasW GOovYty aol sd UeIM
    "Yes." they replied: "w*, nre going to ,ral Pretiee. All busiaees premi
    walk to Nitderlrnn and there take ittecded to. O fie t o Iet door
    the train to Illt nh." 411ie". OG atllVIL. Faa&O..
    What evil genius lr,'iioteltid i to
    make the next rpl:ltrk I I.:tnlli-t tell. PrlAW CLARK TRiBO. W. PILrfln
    blut althouz-h utter4'l In J.,ke its eon-
    .sejunceslt were' a.Werfitely natriui- llni. CLARK & FIELDING
    "I. tow,. Sini g l. I t. ( t i ltbr.in l
    VYeu 'ire my reine;t. I ;:ain < ir i',%**,m.I LWwverv.
    ne :'
    'pI they s;,ra:i: t,1 their f.- i w 1'-i- 1 i' ll r|1.4 *lt ,-'4' .: I. tf 0,n
    S*air i.ta *I'l.,l i litur, '" :i

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    4 (.laTlt 1141 4 lthe firc f aev af he iti' *IIFa'!a,
    thLaT. u w rt laa t
    lTt tli ,.riaIrlelIni y i toiSaxinsl e
    w.aithijmte n a f to befarcd s a'f thae biytrhe

    I said1 'a' the' rnc~n. ''I musrt Faa ta, 1115
    ho~tel. wihla.h is a' er there,'" arlb ad.
    the'zu gaa..dbyy
    The-we. dea*lle uzadl attIintae $fi'flSn

    lending tile'. s:lmntiI-. and I. hr:itiag r
    turtield tihair F ihv -: I:A a art aafsight as
    rIaalily.ai* 4m a a,,u: CIII Iaral ai z .Fa
    ,' a a-m rt:. f1 it hit -.. liart 'a,%%upt itI
    rs -' r It: aI i I a '1' I ihij with
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    'tillII t .~t alaa Ii ~ Ia' flra

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    at' f 'artl ga,


    and Indvr-iioas ban
    wL sq ad-"Puwb


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    all mnurts,
    Federal.


    8tate anc


    OFFICIAL WRgCTOrY.


    6


    T A ASAseo- W. C oIIIo. UIlii-
    vlle.
    Tax Colloctor-W. D. Dicklnao.
    Galnesvllle.
    Treasurer D. Matbesa. Galae-
    ville.
    Supervisor Registratlo-J. C. Meo
    Grew. Galnesville.
    Coiuty C-n-!ssioner--Joha 0.
    Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. P.
    Townsend, Campvlle; J. W. May.
    Archer: Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
    0. P. Canon. Gainesville.
    Members School Board-R. B.
    Weeks. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
    Moody, laCrose; 0. W. Miller.
    Trenton.
    State aesatr-H. H. McCreary.
    Galnesvllle.
    Members Howae-Syd L Carter.
    Galnesvile; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.


    City Otfers:


    Mayor-Horatio Davis.
    Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
    Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
    Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. 8r.
    Chlrk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
    City Attorney-W. 8. Broome.
    Board of Aldermen-T. W. Stands,
    President: Geo. K. Itroome, 8. J. Bur-
    nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8.
    SM. MimxFon. A. L Vidal.
    Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
    lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secret
    tary: iH. F. Dutton, E. J. Baird. J H
    Vidal.


    The want ads. do more real estate
    business than all other brokers com-
    blned-ln fact, they "start" most of
    the business that tt brokers and


    Sent. n N-,. not be true-today, tomorrow, or very soon


    ","Miss No Nort-p

    IT'S FRESH EVERT DAY! -- -- ORMOIETANAA QUAT OFA CENTURY
    I I.1, 1."I. I I. ,', Novelties, Bolks, Stationery WeL hove been supplying tie
    ,I.t nTI.; iT, VI eds of M .Clhner u sert.
    Souvenirs, Sheet Picture~ we aOw ,3 ...v CI Sto o/f


    noit vIi 1k .iii'iIaaika a! iii thI .'
    lpiir! a f -Liii ; ak :u r
    go). Ia Iti. 1a tu 1I ha, i1- it is
    poaoa. tooa I,noIrai v.c


    KEYSTONE
    Phone 165.


    Per galko
    4 Bool e,
    d Boesi.,
    Ii LvtIeu.


    JE BAKERY
    R. T. Schafer, Prop.


    $300
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    F..h..a pran
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    )AAIhA$BY COMPANY
    %j 6 ftbu ri t Sr AT LAm TA


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    TALKS


    Iyoperwtig i vriem s
    Ieuntry, are un4rm t


    tie of --


    Oovrmor-A. W. Oihbrist. Tall.

    Secretary of ftate-H. Clay Craw-.
    ford, Tallabasse.
    Comptroller-A. C. Croom. Tal

    Trbfurer-W. V. Knotf Tallahas
    . One of the meet vltable faturee
    Attorney-Oeneral-Park M. Tram.f O ur veorv ,. t *our subecribers and
    mell. Tallahassee. o the public generally, ia our oenne.
    Commissioner of Agriculture--D. E. ten with the extensive long distanee
    McLln. Tal:ahassee lo of the Amerilan Telephne and
    Supt of Public Instruction-W. M. Telegraph Ceoapany and the other ae-
    Holloway. Tallahassee. elated Sell Teloenhoe empanieso
    President of the Senatt-F M.. Hud We own thousands of mile of Io
    ion. Miami. distance lines In the seven Uate In
    which we operate and In addition can
    Cnty O er connect any telephone In our system
    y ncr with IIne extending to any other city
    Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wlenges. in which a Sell Telephone system is
    Gainesvllle. aeraed.
    Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L t Ie iote Il.,e ar of t he
    Kelley. Glanesvlle. e I d i sn .
    Sherif-P. G. Ramsey. Galneavllle. tmo and are mit oned at e hit
    County Judge-H. G. Mas oo. Gaines- o aof eamty. l armtM
    ville.
    Taw A Wssmasnw W WY l .AF1mUI Y


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    W'v Prepiy hprcvs Charge% On All (;ocdx% Il-tcd As Abovc
    ALL O"MISL"I PSOMPILY IMUD.
    Lon Distaflg Phoa 345


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    LbTBH L JORDA. W. W. AMPW,



    JORDAN & COMPANY


    INSURANCE
    PORTR l OCK AIMUHVIIB. PLORIDA


    Fire, Life and Accident ^..s....
    osmmlse


    Are YOU Being "Hunted?"

    One of today' want ad& may be hunting you-rusaae
    ing the city for you. It may have a muage for you of rgeat
    personal importance-one that, when you get it, and a
    it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
    your interests-may even place around and about you new
    environments, nbw asociates; may give you an entirely mew
    start in a business way.
    Ian't it worth while to try to ind ant whether this may


    Real Comfort In Every Drop

    In every household there should be good liquor for family or medicinal purposes. Our personal guarantee is behind
    every package that leaves our house. And we know you will find real comfort in any of the following:


    Bottld In Bond


    The Joseph Zapf Co.- -Jacksonville, Florida


    ON


    mat and In their amthods ef ep

    Only by reason of this l ie tra e
    aragemat mbetw te kell Tow
    phe-e Impanlea e i It pk lbleaAL to hg
    a Dell eTolphe almot anywhere
    ask for Leng Dismen" ad be pmt in
    oomMI*GNIe"n w"th almost an pai
    In the eaotry.
    Thi vas network ef wires, rad
    Ing thtmeughot the netate, Io
    doilly in smm oee l and oe Isalt pop
    poes by the beN her, theW faIer ame
    eliase H all wal ks fIl and e
    plant here Is an Ibpertan- t a" a Ift
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    TBl DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1909


    SI$s IF Ul I
    ^^^*^ '1 1111 I I^^IUIl^
    E- i

    ITTMin OiP 6 t3ALt. INTEREST
    S SmaM V UM RKPOeTSaR.

    WRi Nm Ntp e,, mi Wat MIs e


    Sel it am of e oCi.

    -* -ar C"'e
    Iat day for votes at Phlfer's
    Typewriters to rest W L. Dnbam
    S Today is the last. Trade and vote
    at Phitr's.
    New Test iate fta cream cheese.
    Gender. & Narie.
    The plM o contest close today.
    S GetM v at Phifer's.
    laaguabasM s1 or hatchlug $1 tor
    IL. C. J. Nizage. Ciy.
    S J. H. Oftem of Hiih Spria visited
    *i & I 01 eL city, yesterday.
    J. A. ammiamt left yesterday for a
    b sht 6alesm st to Alchs.
    J. L Medl left yesterday for Jack-
    maIll u a rief buaea trip.
    . Fv a or S doess *OW" will cue asy
    acse of Chills sa feter. Price 2e.
    pUpimt gw m-t W flavor that lasts
    msd l eatlsylag. W. S. Doraey & Co.
    V Wh ylem wat a good hamu ask
    Fr the o saitiar. iea & 1t arle.
    0 Ou-m-do uI etw It? Get Spear-
    I ~- t a Dore'a d seve your tem
    for.
    S0. W. marberoh of Wa wasW
    maisms the vWaltors to thek it yester-
    Sday.
    Dr. J. H. Colso. left yesterday for
    Cear Kay. where, e was called oa

    Mrs. A. HL es and dauhtor
    mwere a the copper visiting the
    ctty -r fty rM ToQa
    J. 0. Seville. me of te leadt
    IserL eof Afmo.do u Ws amogI
    the vilars to the ey yeatrday.
    Plt s OM Tmae s guaraatesd to
    m d be i er. Ned.m MAd rlrip.
    Pries me. Se by W. M. Jaksnm
    aby west aufer five minutes with
    aesp II ye apply Dr. Tbomu' liec-
    tri OU at aes. It ats like maick.


    Awewiar*a asa let he" M hoas it
    atoes sLes eIaTes I t. mu anses rFnoo
    5bSIUf mow Cum sab. swltes. bat.
    ..s ee s' 6Mam buoft .o
    ialer sires a er rat Try I to-
    r. tO fePMr aBl eWske mioes.
    "3Aa ftOOWSADW s oafM. r B**eta.
    ea~tt~ireas Asse .. L e NY


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    GET IN TOUCH
    WITH


    DAVIS & OLIVER
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    Bqpess


    Wagons


    aidM eaM
    lierit uluneirlpaw l in tlw livery line
    Better try Imon twu enI i iertion-thl"-
    uiDat coiplee anil Oli-t t vertl-.
    ilk t1 8- Olltl.

    Davis & Oliver


    FRIDAY AND


    SGi006tltie CM ee.~
    aGt vetes at Pblfer's and vote for
    yw ehotlem.
    Help give the plao to your favorite.
    Vote at Phfer's.
    Get piano votes at Saunders &
    Eare's on all cash purchase.
    Tes will be sorry If you don't vote
    for your favorite. Phller gilv!ei votes
    Col. Max Krauss was among th<-
    prominent arrivals In the city yer ter
    day.
    Attention is directed to the change-
    in the adverlttinient of thle thitt to
    tank which allears e-lsewhcere. In tl i-
    assue'
    J. L. Haire of Tacoma. one of the
    enterprising truckers of that Il.mie
    was aniong the visitors to Ga(in. \1ill.
    yesterday.
    New potatoes, snap bteanll. c'ik.e-
    4trawbeirlete. tomatoes and twnett--sl
    fresh from the garden. W. S Ihkr
    sey & Co.
    G. L Thompson. the sewing machine
    man. has lone to Lve Oak. where hb
    will be absent for the next few da)
    on business.
    Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow left yester


    day for a


    visit to Jacksonville an.


    will spend the next few days their,
    with relatives and friends.
    T. L. Brown of High Springs wa
    among the business visitors to th
    city yesterday, having come for th
    purpose of paying his taxes.
    J. L. Wetnberg of Ocala is in thb
    city and wial make his headquarter
    tre for the next several months. H
    is engaged In the bonding business.
    lasist on Blue Ribboo-Don't cal.
    for vanlla-don't be satisfed with ex
    tracts of unknown quality, but call fot
    demand and nassat lo having Blue Rill
    ho.
    O. N. Sanders of Trenton as among
    the visitors to the city. He Is a form
    er citlaen of Brosum and was for a
    number of years county treasurer o.
    Lavy county.
    The two little bons of Jas. Knight
    of Ocala. who have been visiting
    their aunt. Mrs. J. W. McCollum. for
    the la-t several days. returned t
    their home yest-rday.
    DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
    best known pills and the best pills
    made, are easy to take and act gently
    and are certain. All druggists sell
    and recommend them.
    It. H. Levy. lroo. Co. have a newc
    advertisement In today i Sun t,,
    which your attention is- direte tu
    They have Just issued their new cata
    logue and will mall it to anyone uploi
    request.
    Capt. J. 8. Jolly was among the
    former citUiens of Gainesville who vis-
    ited the city yesterday. Since d.lpo s-
    iug of his Interests here it is unde'r-
    stood that he has plurclhiased .I:cksmi.


    vine proio rt)
    R. C. Dkais of Jaclkronville Is among:
    the visitors to the city. 11h is thi
    State repre.setatlie of Ite- f i.iV -
    l'a.l-Shiiles t 1j1. liteir uhlilh I i. .4,ol
    Iliir- ei'itisi\ hi iii thii *s t i-'- i tlir'
    anl othle r liai ln:ine
    A I.. 'Web'. an extt nl.il' nu r a lii
    of li(aAthcorn.t w1as. allUiolig llite hlIl-I
    uaes b %ilitorr. to Ilie cit3) :-t, r'lal 10.
    i) .illOi ig i1 o l h.ld bU l-c. 1ii' lii f t illa
    ipl.Ie and at l111 I I tll- onductl t il
    lthli.it. l>ll>liit.e- at O ial. t
    (' II MeCle'.i anil -w ,li I '.lilll.
    4 e4ri alliol til e lh t. l.-l.ttit A IIt i ll
    S1e.-l1rt ia. i Ti f ili .ll it .1 h. i i
    Ih la ar, -i 1' t :a h i l.. ii -- I n I : ha
    r;, l il iilt ll ,.- l. ,.t i l s l ill ih tl II
    ,l ldlitn l i. l i I.ll ll I! ,* i:l l 1 1 .


    SATURDAY


    AUCTION AAND SUCCESS


    Wateen Ce4minetoen Again Demaw-
    strate That They Can tell.
    The Watwsn Rnlt. ('omilpany again
    demonstrated )ye, terday that they
    know how to handle real etate.. a-
    In a very short while tihe. cleaind
    titI, all of tlirt hilllihtijK tliie d.ir.ed
    to s-0ll in C('ollege I'Park nt thl-, litii
    The- sale h id l eii wio ll idalvrtl-. d
    and nt(a it hl.ta.idin ii thea ci;et hlir a
    etr.% iritf;lirable l- .lr croi l li l'tre
    plre-enit ,i:inl h t ihi l'- ig Ier,'eil slilrli
    . '1 ;f'il i i .r! --t i l
    T o, lt in ; iu i.i.* r'- v :* i* ,i. ,.
    ,.O. t 1 ;i i l Ia a l i ,, I l *

    Iti'

    "TRADES EXTRAVAGANZA."

    Will Be Presented by Home Talent
    at Opera House Tonight.
    The "Trade.s 1-tra\aianz.i. hli'!
    Sass po.stl ito ldl frili0 \\'d-(l:l'.-dl i s *. tIi
    ini. a ill be |ir.'-etnted at Ilth. Itair.
    i'heatre' tonight ni.d will no doihut I,
    largely attended.
    This attraction is give-n for the
    benefit of the Womanis (;,,:;ll of Hotl
    Trinity church and a large' numtwr o:
    popular young people of thel city will
    take part In Its rendition

    Card of Thanks.
    Miss Melick. who made her di.
    parture from the city before tHwin.
    able to pleronally see. those who aide'
    in presenting "The Unionl In -pot.
    joins the ladles of Kirby Smith Chapl
    ;er in extending hearty thanks to al'
    who a-isisted-financially and other
    wise-in making the play a success
    Their assistance and support is high'
    appreciated and will ever be reniem
    bered.

    Sold Fine Property.
    W. 8. Jackson. who has been in
    the city for the past two days. return
    ed to his home at Lake View yester
    day. He states that he has closed
    the sale for some valuable city lot.:
    on West Liberty street. the purchaser
    being Chas. Pinkoson. The lots aret
    located next to the Pinkonon home and
    are among the most desirable in that


    Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
    Today decides the piano contest
    Gect 3ouir votes at Ph'ife-r's.
    For Sale--One hundred mosquito
    'mar. dust-Oilled but In gmod coudi-
    ion. 2.i to .) (uc-int- ,achll Apply at
    lhe Itrouwn ioup-.
    Mrs. T. II. Stringfellow and young-
    est sons. Master.- Arthur and Jack. lett
    yesterday fort Oala. alhere Ihtey will
    siipend the next several day) isiltiliK
    the fornlmr's mother. Mrs J F. K -

    The G. W. Hyde Companyan n ainouine
    another of their sl-pecial saler, for Fri
    day and Saturday It will tH a re-ii
    Inant sale alnd as.-iliiAiitiglg low prrice's
    ll lite 1, II I I. 1 1,1 I .1 .,1:1 u ip I ltl d -
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    Five r-oain cottage to ren-t oni hIlo k
    ad hiig -o.l s uar, forn riy iocculeped
    b- W I.. l. e(;r.i:ak-u city wat- r. elt<-
    tric light-. -ew ra.ie balh and all
    ik I III at i % Ai .1 N11 t .M r.
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    We Hae Twr Sites if ice Wric Fir rt i Our Bilding,
    Uuirtlt Cort wm l *SM.


    ..WANTS.


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    FOR RENT.
    .*'Oit .INT-Furnitshed or unfurnish-
    ed rooms, with all niodern improve-
    ments. W. A. Halle.

    i'OR RENT-One six-room and two
    five room cottages in South Gaines-
    ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office.

    'OK RENT-Five-room cottage o
    block next to square; city water,
    electric lights, bath room and all
    modern gonveniee. Apply at this
    r-9ffi. (L.,



    FOR SALE- Nice grey mare. 16 hands
    high; got to se I J. I MixHoi. City.

    roit SA4 -Pai of good mules and
    .lagon. / Applirlo Jeff Simon. in
    front of Dutton's ank.

    a aiNSa IiN ISED PIANOS
    FIe4 u.right "SE1nuay." used bhort
    'tlile; co.-t ($00; In good condition.
    ioing at $3.0.
    lBte't grade. "iEtey" upright, used
    -,'vcral y cars but good as ever; cost
    ',;,,'. W ill take $.-.5.
    A good square piano for $7.,.
    Itefore you buy any piano get my
    prices and saave Muoney.
    W I. HILL.

    MEDICAL.

    QI ICK RESTORATIVE for lost man
    hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
    money re-funded: i Iper bottle
    Sold by W. M. Johnson.

    ^ Galnesvllle Lodge No.
    9190. B. P. O. E.-Meets
    toi'illit at 7 ::!* o'c( 'k
    In Elks' Home. Visit
    Ing brothers cordlall)
    a.h I ui ii 1., (:r.l!.;a ;i,
    R.: J. M. De!l. Jr.. Secretary.


    GEO. W. DAVENPORT


    FIAO Aid Sow


    Tuner and Rebuilder


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    ..INVESTMENTS..

    WE aE FERM

    BONDS
    t Vy ltractive Pricis
    $9..00 Dade County. Fla. 4i iper
    cent due 1921 at 1'e::1.
    $1o.oH) Duval Couz.t. 7.'- 1.'r cent
    due 1912-32 at l].;.
    $s.mtM> Gainessille- .* pi r < t i due
    1921 at 1o142.
    $6.M)O High SIringK- t6 lpr <* i.t i:2 1
    at 100.
    $10.of'O Jacksonall lt .5 I ur c.*lat l(24
    at 10%.
    $ll.5n0 Jacksonville .5 Ir c.lnt 1934
    at 112%.
    $10.000 Lake City 5 per cenit due
    1935 at 101.
    $8..00 Jax. Electric Co. Iper cent
    1927 at 94%.
    $2.300 Monroe County. F;a. ; per
    cent due 1910-2. at ;T1.
    (Accrued Interest to Io' adilll i
    We have for sale all theli I,. ilin
    bank stocks throughout tio' S'ate
    Ask for quotations a:d gintral infor-
    mation.
    Stock of the Con.-olilate. Nasal
    Stores Co. pIays iper ccrlet months. We haW e .' .-hatr.-- r -al-
    at $14i a share. Thli ((c i,;l (:ii-
    talized at $2.5,"5,.(.o ( hl:a ;La :r; I 1- of
    $2.250.o00.
    Wire us your orders.

    BAGWELL & ROGERS
    Mutual Life BuIlding
    Long Distanc.- Phonlei, No ':v
    bMto gIh, *. .Fail

    The awake person reads the want
    ads. every day-and answers uo:.e l-
    most as often.



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    TAII..AHAIISPICW April to 4 .,.A-lt xuesers Mr it Ward ahed tit a do
    e"leittel whim. dult it hal e t 1WitsIm* Mt Mate1 r anlld Mt ll!l i*
    o avlw a plan f"rew th re p* lurt mtruth'l, pised a o *d t S tl %too-* aste t *4
    ofi 11W 11h alf- "111) 104 t 1 a p os sd It that Our t 1w400"10s sitta titsl lite 0 "
    l0s ll th e It %a l- fnto tw l hard 1- l14t1,. ats Its a ill *11e h1% % the 1 %st, *- "olas f( or fi h I, % h Ik t lh I 111 .r1 l lh % 1 'W* ill I h h.il h t 1 ho*l f h0 *l0(111
    r41s ulbroln t oi l II Ithe ePlatt Mls utld tethsa lttutll I; Te ,,eteat1e,
    da Woesme of the 1' Btatur* ugoii*s4 cl mh.14ct u il Inti4 tl t; The e.ett
    hrintgig the matter ufp. to the. rtclinl e Iksue ad qotepd hl a itte* o I Itc It
    ** that he matter ph4 ld m,r Its- 4l 440i0411' tc*r'tSirrtrt Nslwhk Nt N
    liesrd tu lo uIIuer until t t1thert he Mr Itaih t ol the ?M1k IN* rnwm
    thought. howervr., hat under the iiltttWe o t emtll Ihal Il sih d ad Itli*ed
    spirit of tIthe COv itttls the matterI Ittlle.tin .tl it Atutltine was ac i ltet
    should tb taken ulp Inow and the* sihe h11e em 1 eeeI eH1 ,8
    of oImleto of the 1917 laIstlature Joeat en, seliti No I Ly lteard -
    carrted mo hrther. it ill som t1w stiitatn lmpdet an Um l
    take up. Ikwwtvtd remtwiy IpMwtat l Wde
    A pwr food Mad dr g t by Sueatotr ~e.s ,. 4 p
    SIIU of akeladi waso amo the tIn Mr. Hard raI4 a quesitsm (that the
    prtaat bMo Imte dulr la.is. w ameeN ito t'Hm te*
    A fsteln fI Ithe mIrlma seloe ss tS wea k ter y IHuted of Iet
    was te reAIlng of theRe qiissi or lT ay.
    etek lt a 1'. I. I ator. by Ilmor o T, C(hir polutd mt thall t iwIl
    HMr4. Th eomalntler proMid theo t T oese
    he election shall be o mI te meCod To I tbhk qmuslm Ibefr theI I
    Tuesday after tho ofl the ,**. Mr ,er 1 swed that I'iled
    Legtis tere Mr. BeaW **Ime If Stat lSealoer ie ltW b *4 I '*e14k
    this w as ot the seMa Tue4day as Mr. MeCreary ad ll preedet wee
    a the prIevio Tue4sy erealtiUs awatlet It Mr Hard tIptly rmde
    wa perfefted. A reases was the matter I o b the m ew oI the
    aod a special coimitttee ievrmUaIted aie,
    the mater. Mr. Iard. however. ook- Mr. CrHI mved asl a s itlute that
    ed the miter up himselfrl an a rece of twenty tmieuw be tak
    naowerd that he had found that thI while a committee of thrIwe lrvetiIe
    celeclotn should be on he ensuing qeosotlo A4Idoed Tl Chair ap
    Tuesday. The matter was then dro pxotlite Memsrs CrtII. Hard and Har
    ied without hearing the committler r rim on the I mmitte
    1wort Mr leard movte. fullolwing Invlet
    Reutiln Pr eiA galus u toy s hlsanill. that rcsnsderratolk
    Thirty nrnlihtrs were promul t hltll et his reollutlkm o oveer until mnet
    the- IOenart-e a cralld to order at Io r.Faeday The r tiunlltt wa die
    iclorWc. Prayer was olered by the charged without reI(ourt1i as a result
    chaplain. Adkourtiuu. ( %as th(e taIkl'i
    1lls werr Isltroducedl as folkf* -- --


    Mestate\ t11 N. t It) Mr
    ('roar) -ke-iie' AW A Staucuselea Mica
    m116%~ claIII,'
    \ It loll. Itm Ilunsphrrii' Rc'lalhg 14
    lif leti.4 I here lur sais s

    Xet i loo* it 11" p-oii it.Iaml~ie' Stal 5e
    ccla Ct&fIii ii( it juetni I i-ipi


    Not Ito.I to C 4'r ill Iole het t 14 vieu es
    lialiitaithcut. jeidielar) A
    No) lit%. too Crill lursre'fused a stcil
    ti sagset at.Jutliviitrl A
    Sc is iem 1 t I Ill It. Imiiet it I'' etit
    %jig asau Jucdi.'ier% It
    No) lIt'., 11% M h.1m1IoSRlegiltila 5' kill
    Ing ated louuiche'rhst ct el alithe. Jutlvlcer
    A

    Its-ared Il% lelil re-ai mm l t i et actIic itee
    I ,.sisloecrtteusesit ~IIt 5.otcc1%si'. 11Ifil')%belis
    4 1M* 1 ect tt I .t 1)s e %el lie S c ce' ~ic,'e I wooeiel Ie-
    gce'nI a, oil iIc's 5t .ljecelmo Iimcttetisio
    'I'll to '41111114,11 I1liet It e% setIll 46 1 11


    CALL MON iw-WRCS.


    Marriar at RIIidee of Dl r. J. F. Me,
    Kinetry. Jr.. Wednesday.
    Therre% aa a a er qtluie' *aidhitS
    n tl'lillillrcs *l A t el'd t' al t hl i tull It lltsl
    aIt 1ite' rn-cl lSeartc I 1 It J M, lith i
    lt r .t1 "I III i t %I N 1101 4 4,0 1 O ili
    Wll wlall untlt'd ie l tilte hillt t14IteIa l te

    Mrs At Tllt Iltal I t he 'svItee' vi
    '1'he' 'cl eiite'Sl) Sta let rlei~ stied ell
    lie. T I' 1111 cut tihe, l'se*-hltte'5tii
    It hurihs ali d tlhe' luiiph lMtk their do.
    las4laltl I e IIt es Iitei I I. sl i ltid will
    It h l llt e I is i lSie l t l t itLe. tIouelr
    %liciltutsi Ia i lo&ic' as teake lltlitie 1ital11


    K wl, )tmr )9r On Ith sasml ads
    rhore .i ay b1* ela..kllh i (g adIrtlterJ
    shir h to of Ilste1rptl to you


    latI there'
    *aIl aetl rall


    .il,'trtlhig wtih h i osly a
    dto for fith telata *


    Governor Gilchrst Wants


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    I l ic n ti tV kliiR I t h i. 1 1 ;-, uSp* as theyM) mlt -e r.-ie,. (t n'"' iI t I he *i -l I known
    for thirty or firt mini .ute, h' ours., t tIr oubler re h .e a e the lutr r, otea of N\ewtrrr.
    :t iWrrf*e rain ,,f o r.l ited leati Inrhto rh.n .. I was In n it 1 to, it h ( thi it 1 t troT I t
    S^^ge ^ "I ^lH. rN Ill I no. .
    Iht ,itrh).trt II nisake- no pritcten to ta trati thFrlM vred """ er.' .a>tnaal Ina a ahlt and Tech
    form or cl,l\ 1* ,ij tlt It del.ih
    %.ric.e a- thotmh it sar his last ot- l"nkham's V''tabise C "..I ;I The. d'Ilut.i arri4d ramona the first
    beamro to tako Ii ad am well U,',s -n-
    Irortlunitt to plead with men+ and his tld o=lr i Im en r. and .'a"'-ara t" '_o t-llitrorsts.
    tin for the ils limited IH hrins (oR JoDY. l 4 Marho m Nt. NJ. h" Ihe t masp learned that a *oman
    no prerrureI t Ia..ar further than his' Lydia K. lnkham's Vr'eg tae tCo hCw a, the iani a oi Minr-ra had twIc.ue
    theme.. toi IIndutce. Ipele, to unite with usd: m IP from Native roots B elnglgrle i a qualrrl with the Carr
    rits. eontalns no mahkis or iPr.
    the, church i, plutr the tihle tb c*rti fuldranu. atonday holds tl e ro hl woman. knocking her domn WIth a
    pitai nland strouet for the arpL lUt umherof actual C chair When there Carrt ilnan arose
    Pastor Rogerr sars the real nd f e and ohf fme di rn o af, tl oth went to adhttin. when. It
    lstilng txnefAt comes to those who are thuawmd rvoluntsrisbt Uoulal it alleged. the Carr ooman rut
    on ale In the lnkham Iaboratory at
    saved already. lie thinks the services L.yn MasL., from wome who have her antagLonit about the neck. head
    a great bleaulag to his church and to been cured from almot evry form et and shoulders and so daneros were
    all Christians who attended the nwet- female comp aI it. inu atio, u L the ashes that she was bound over
    hi". .irinritplausai. byaka.chel b Justice Carter to awatl the result
    vt rrIuntotietln p eilodic pains., bak heI. .
    Mr. and Mrs. Schoeld as fingers ludigstion and mervo r prw ratS. of the wounds
    are In advance of any of their class Every suffering wroma owe it to heI. The row occurred at one of the clb
    who have yet latted this city. In fact. "K tbo g Lydi I Pthu 's VYe rooms and at Grt t was th ht L that
    their stay among us was an honor as I victtai o hiad aed alves t ly
    well as a blessing. Mr. Schoaeld wau abotu. o r e ite a contde.- Minerva was foud to be tabbed.
    elected from among the many to lead Sll 1 to hlc P1 L i0
    the music in the great Moody Inasti- L MnnW i LETTM TO J. 0. ANORWS A ON
    si-te. ________________________________ fass I-L ~ All "t .A


    tute. LvCUia. In wIge wUr'K t' IU
    the assistance of his wife. whose beau-
    tiful voice charmed everyone who
    beard her. Mrs. bhoield is an ex-
    ample of what the grace of God can
    do for a woman 8Se was a trainer
    of opera choruses when converted. get-
    ting $3 an hour for her time. Bbe
    gave It all up and began at once aing-
    ing for the glory of God. She is
    modest. gentle. refined. beautiful. o8
    many of the children and ladies fell
    In love with her until they kept her
    completely loaded down with Bowers.
    Le t t be hoped that this charming
    couple can be Induced to return to
    our city some time In the near fu-
    ture.
    'pon the whole the meetings have
    been a great success.

    REALTY CHANGES

    Large Number of Transfers for Past
    Few Days.
    Real eItatale ha. twe.e e.' cl ciall act.
    Ie during the' leat week and t(le tli-t
    of transifers h a:. tIee-ii remiuarkaitdl
    'The folliowinlK I. itrturn ti,' record- F"'
    .1 liallinleond to I'hfe r & \\';Hi ~ \
    it Shi ti F .1 Man-fl 1.tl M1 r .1I Pea
    \\tit <'raii .1 T Il toit: .ia al I 1 l'eV s
    is n to \W It Ihi11 r Ii (' Strick l.ll tI
    I I" \l; ti't. i 1 ) (; ili k* i toi e \V
    P I 'hls. r .1 I e1a t it c, \ S Cre.ui


    I \\W alton tol Ii' 4 lLca.:-c a d ('
    W lull. IF .1 lita I' o I' S; ,Itani
    ., \. W\ II I'ain r anid siatf to .1 I
    I're.att .A S JoLiis-r n t., .1 S l.'i ; in1
    W\ II (hC Il-toIel r .a'd w- it, i t \\ S
    Itr,.,nl e i : f (':aalltl l. .Ise .If- If o W
    S I'Y.r ,IM Io I' '.I- I to 1 1 1.
    I:;\-o an Il '..i li wi t, |i I.
    Jine.- F'.len,,, .ei .I k A.. Si kl.- tIo I-
    Ii i .11. I Ii | 1 t' r ,. t.I I .1 iha'
    ni.liS.- S e 1 M s\- t I' I' T ough
    IM--

    A Baby Show in Gainesville
    Would hal te iany conte'st.uat-. hut
    1I' 1 -afe to say that the he.althi, l t ba.
    l sI would atll t lie l.-rae No tlahl,
    <'an be- h,.-lth. a hi he sufferl. froll
    ci,,rsl- aid l,-tl il.abies do Ulile0i
    the r ar. k, It (ice froil the lln lth
    Wh (tll I al ViAi e.rllfiug' A ctf
    qultkly i)e IollidlVy na t oswn Ilurga
    lite. Mothulere. dou t aitteimt to rajie
    e.b.ldrfeu without w hite ('ream
    V,.ermifuge I'rrave cinta. Siold by
    W. M. Johnson.

    NOTICE!
    To All Whoam It May Cona re: Ne-
    tio ls hbereby gitei that sixty days af-
    ter this date there wlUn be a bill Ittro
    dwoed at the 10 aseson of the Flor-
    Ida L ialatre lor a alpecal law for
    Alac1sa m1 ty to paiM1 1te shaot-
    s Wtiag or ki ag of auail for
    atmre (3) daire out of a s r-
    las he epe s ses .


    aters Upsn Le"g Veyage.
    Chas. M. iPater, so of Mr. and
    Mrs. H. A. P ter of North Gain.-
    ville, is now en route to the Philip-
    pine Islands. having failed from Ean
    Francsco Friday for Manila.
    Mr. Pisler recently received ap-
    pointment through the Ualversity of
    Florida. under civil service rules. as
    a member of the lhillpp le comutabe-
    lary. and will enter upon his new d-
    ties as mon as be reaches Manila.
    The position required that he remain
    In the service for at eat two years.
    and while his many Galnesville
    friend were reluctant to see him go.
    all feel sure that he will prove equal
    to any line of duty which may he
    6l.signed him.
    This nmaks the second Gainesville
    hoy to take up life iii the Phlliplines.
    Sai i .1 Iturnett Jr. ha lirnl one there
    : ,;ear or niore tl Ar to nlgaRge in the
    (,* er:I ienti M.r ice.

    Deafness Cannot Be Cured
    Ity loual aijllcationii. a1 they can-
    not r-each the dl-ea.cs-d portion of the,
    ,*ar There isL only one% say to curc
    ilI a iic'-: atld that I.- t, co (ell tirtu'iill
    rciil Ik'e l .tlniic~!- i caureld 1.v a;:
    iiitflanmitd 4 lidltiml of tlhe inucr'ou lini
    inaI of the. Iutahliau TutN \\h lin
    thin tul' in i iflamid )ou hai3 a
    runitliilg i .ouild or lnil rfect. he'arilg.
    iand Ihi.1e It I entirely closed. deaf
    ii.-- is thet re-sult. and unile. i the in-
    flanirallatiIon can Iw taken out and this
    itilw., t totred ito it normal condition,
    hearnig s ill tb destroyed fore.-er.
    Illne ra-' Ie out of till are. rCiiauld lc
    ta';arrl i w lc h i ntiillill g but an in-
    lliirrei ( c d itiolln of t lie nucolus
    .-iirfat e.
    \, will ie t One I iulludri d Ikollarri
    ifor ai% ia cae of dealftlue ((aut d b>%
    i .t.air h that camleiit wl (ure-d l,>
    Hlall C ('t.trrh Cure Hq ind for cir
    i l.l i. II i
    F J t'HEIIKNY & 'CO. Toledo. 0
    aild bt druggl.t. -'*
    Take, Hall F'aiiil) I'lla for cODbti-
    jat lot

    After EKcaped Convict.
    I l, l.t HSlirriff .1 It Kelli.lad (of
    %\\ .4il4 14unld.a night got oni tih trail
    ,of Mcellgt cuapled State co0 \l .liJ itllh.s a lI .-.l) cihab. after thle Ui.la
    wlh, hnallAt eluded the officer It saM
    r.ithrr dark anid although he fIred at
    ithl anid in cun(' deant that be sounld-
    ed o~eai of the part). they made good
    iheir scalp and are now probably in
    otber quarters

    We often wodeor how any pyro
    am bte prsuaded into tak1ag anything
    but Pulgy'a Hoavy ad Tar for coughs.
    colds and lun trouble. Do --t be
    elt 11Into arceptipe l M -aLi" We

    C..u r
    Co. I CUI) I


    uaaIIlsvll. FmorLu.
    Dear Sir: North DakoLta has a per
    paint law and is brand the paint-
    manufacturers. Her a how oe of
    'em gets the hot Irav:
    Almost half of his "oUl is bealt
    and water; more th haf of his "pig-
    met" is whiting harytes and as
    Beadne and water dry-ot in a few
    minutes and bhors; they doat do any
    harm. Those "pigment due't dry-
    out; and perhaps they doa't do muct
    harm.
    Is that what paint is for: not to do
    much harm? Do you pay $5 a gallon
    for paint and putting it on. not to do
    much harm?
    The lead, inc and oil In that "palnt"
    is a little less than half and the trash
    is a little more than half.
    How many gallon. half trash and
    half paint, will it take to paint a 10
    galloo job two coats? bow many coats
    half trash and half paint, will It take
    to cover? and what'll become cf those
    ;,iglme.tpt not paint
    And reckon the court. you can rough-
    f 1.. tran-h. L ,galkloW .. $.* a gal-
    !,,n. (ltS'. *, gallon Ikeaoe. $(o. A
    g.allon i *r-' h i r p:ilst p t oin is $'V
    Theret- oneil lihk : there are eight
    I ure ialntl-. lad oler 'INi adult, r-ted
    antd Itw**e hort In.eaI ire' Yours truly.
    719 F W IDEVOE" & CO
    8: The Gainem illle Hardware
    ('o i. rll our Iaiil *t

    IEg Hunt and Party.
    One of the most successful and de
    lilhtful e#teina anmoui the little folks
    duriug Kaslter -ee-k %as the egg huint
    anld Iartl at the' hiomesi of .IMr andd lMro
    II FV Wiatts. -.EA.t G(aie'nilth. Satur
    lay aifte rniooln It wats Itendered In
    eIleriallton of the fourthl birthday of
    liht r daughter Kliz-atl.h anld a large
    nuiinlw.r oif tlihe )iang frlie'nd of the
    litI i\ andl r.lar th for the eig r "which
    h. i.illitsr had hid aorund the lawn "
    I lir th aleteirnli Ir1i I .Ia. < i eIs i se.h ll lits^ were, serird
    .a111 th l, lim w. I- al, ', I i a hla hl
    0 llh<)"ee .... II.lal.i I

    F'olu. i,,i.e'y and Tar I. a safe-
    guard aKaiait serious rueults frotn
    lprilng colds. *hlchb IlnflaAse tIh lungl
    and develop Into iapeumoola. Avoid
    counterfelta by Insilting upon having
    the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
    which contains no harmful drug. J.
    W McCollum & Co

    Huntnlg lu Africa has be*n descrlbt
    ed as like hooulng cows in a back-
    yard." Howeser. if anybody thinks
    this would not be eacitiag,. lt him try
    It on the cows of a average farmer

    "Daa's Ouatim t eaed me of es
    sea thm hd maaoe d ma A e
    time. The r e was u- mal-
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    ft is reported 9W the now 63.0".

    Iggtatwves iseover-rua with 0iC1"

    peasaes ad gardes SWAGs wbi meany
    agghage baeo bad wat to thrir rooum
    to do tesbal WNW. lubtless thls
    to a sof ao f makoae arlow cuse

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    at w H te taa bisel** d toN
    I at n be ihia to water a o refed
    te OW he authority to amend charity




    Mis ted vrous cles Isaat tohe osa
    I- 0a1M theoatthearity to &mwed lam
    Wae ofthe various itiesmadn towns
    at PIlrida be ested to the coactdis
    at the municipalities has been most
    avega'ey ommented upon by the
    pre CC of the State. I bhis message

    jeat hIe aM: "Much time of the
    Laehat m r is u rally take up In the
    -sa"M ratm- of town and city char-
    bra. Skh measures aet the local
    abtes of the varle msaebers of
    the l iul e. T ey are Iusally
    et me ioertanmse t them than ga*s
    oral least that aIects the etiro
    SMINO It is seeommad9d that an
    af be paused by which these vaiks
    oharte s aa be armd to by the
    esmse -lte tu se tobe osubtted to
    the gashed electors as a ref eres-
    d4 This is ad osuedly a better
    pta at ategs dg the laterats eo
    t1e pele O the various towns and
    le an s Ue pUmal maser of pwa
    tog s oWd M wMbI may be Iatr
    dosed, we-aa glvimtg t say at eS i


    nla lMag te in asuae So pto )-
    end with cautbon i amending the
    primary law, if suk is contemplated
    at this seston. The Tamps Times
    ays: "If ta attempt is made to
    amed it at Tallahassee the chances
    are that it will result in maugling the.
    law, which is pretty good now It
    may have som masinor faults, but we
    do not remember to have heard or
    msem aythnl of a kick from the lot
    ere. The onl) uok-es audible iis olupl,
    altlio are thuser of politicians, to.,
    mway of hbow Iare 'agin' its result.
    Wheu we Aid that the hoear-st toterp
    are kept away fruas the polls it sill
    be thnre enough to look fur the fault
    The sages at the State capital might
    do worse than let the primary law en
    tirely skme "


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    to to electag a Sasatur.


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    mse muimI a eahuA e leltr esaot

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    pca r r ta per style re uesrw sre















    C ty B oard st Public instructIoa
    toa rctal fta oari ad r op r o heat
    Ionr prlcs he seerl f or the pnb iosh


    NsO rlc. VIC a sha ll be the same

















    sontandard ad heap editirol aki BinY
    w idl the prsa ofb tand every county
    lo Publi.







    editono desired.
    "l*e. A It al be te eidut of all
    Coa et Bouarn of Public Instrctiono
    o truclnt or sard furnish o to the p















    ertke st ate snt of rulisher, n i" -r
    mow of the several county e both

    suard rand c ep editions; it be ino
    the Iotention of the statute to place.
    wit i the rerch of all students either

    "See i Upon the request ofu any
    COMtY o ard of Public Instructlioe .
    the Bsate Suiprtatendent of Public l-
    struction thall furnish coies ofr the.
    certifed stalearent of publishers gt%
    Ing prices. mas presided or ular eclor
    1 of this act
    *'*ec. tS. That in future. before any
    Coaty ibool board wdll moake atne
    or dAtl new. or additional adoption
    mode the provisions of this act. they
    sall give notice by publitration in
    oWt or more newaiisers published in
    the 6 ame county. for a period of not
    1410 the thirty days. of their laten
    IoN to a ake sucha regular, new or
    additoMal adoptions. which said notice
    la" state the time and plce on
    w t t b oard will s em t for the
    pur oetat of t al such rwaubla, new
    ior d itional adoptnr mand the aid
    boar Waod ll ake so regular new or
    aI National aduopion without Irt a l.,
    or testadoa e rdealrd d ii the saCtid .
    "oPb. l. Tsrt ru all ostuha adoptboth
    d itionl o tet-books by aY Co




    tionrd t ouTUc lsrawrt of Pb thic l
    eater the pontrhear, to hublittsh r
    forth suapl ealr 1r Ldotbok whrt sae-
    haodw o t ipeas or morte tdhobes
    ar pri-boo-st as well as the fslrl
    or sthAdrd editsos. Te aid trrcdt


    "Yor 7 That following s ali dop







    "sku k Thart use1( cl,> of said con


    tract shall I- filed in the office of
    the upl-.riit.-eid-ent of Public lastrue-
    tlon at Tallahass.eet. uote the office
    of thbe County Suplrlntendeut of
    Pulllc luntruction bhich said contract
    shall tb spread upon the alBauter of
    the board aid ohe sh.ll be held by
    the publisher at laterest.
    "Se 9 When asy child whose p
    renuts or Mardla are buaa Ide real


    4".,,, .O Id See.p l d*4 *WA d 4t AeeSVtLLSti ACQUW?0TONt.
    an S'*twt *Oe.srAt war*"**T .*" th
    p ,,,. t.. f 4 at 11 `h., ,"vn ,, fl sr'. '( ,t-- CIII OW ot4 AOlOW Us
    est- *0l 4 41t.r- e t fr'.. thY *" TUt fnfl"ltr t ,l 'wa* n*e. T,~qs
    bttil i Ust e t thl Iswr #' Mrs Ata He. ndrtt kr elrncy .*
    rhausg of mT-60E e Sa w btM r hall fst Thtw .nt om f Arms a w* t*
    t., *wmse"Ied wmlth the semd d 4 ,fl-, p rpkmblshed4 In Isrkn'I ll*
    test hnnit b tPh pke aiheor b t th" whhr 1 w ill reed g lh nisath I-tl
    pubett1e o r s s, whei teutkm'bel,s t
    oe adupted and o IN M isnos lw rMtae member of Th
    tos whieh eiMd M rem w s; pro w Ire vbd the paiesuee or
    vMed t mM ed M retwm the tuhe s- mie e of Mrs. A. J
    pble or "pubsf e n* 4 b the el0 ga e t. Mrs. Afita Head
    eM tomato it1t Ni prme mes -e New Tet Ci. w-. be i
    to -W P peM Wohober' a r -tohereo f ~ .
    a an y s e -mek fW ma pI. ieo Aumetasy Cam otlre.

    oI w me ,L- eam tl s l r a i
    aM ats el at WWh M W0 t18 to be salem
    e111.s 111 11eae i oMa 6vey en bt gae. east w odied Y. at
    amlerseas or ref-c to opl eih e ,- as hL mN.

    -be Aeul m se t at L ___- I o Ft thi mUm e
    a"s at m heI S -s- 0bbo
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    * 11Se11 1. Tast any pOder, or part of atmM o nen t cl owT
    emOle@hM elml" Wmeen sme wee r
    110s s aw ohollioeas t undry n9o m olly"8he irr"4 entte aaft. sotlda
    ac =t wia reb rbe C to to t
    aemr-t mae tI pr to h&en arrived o Ca
    e I, Or who Ws b I eeeM tin m eto uol Nieb shi e -a -
    abM Wr the -dstre of am anW bIay.1 O ere
    or balks tuder an* subommae or ese n
    esntrat made *as afet aid. wi iho "Mrgo ipem le atbelow to several I

    8IG any book for a grear priae thm ra 11I ve NoW ork ogWi-tk r-
    the rvtUal prIe agreed uponi tI saidnM tebrm of the Dixie Club. of four
    e etrnact between the aunty Ibardsb hudred Members; and is a member
    oe pubih Iastrhectomnae pubieher of the Mary rden Shakessere Club
    pabte tgulty at a mib ee sa l whh is l it ted to twety-lve mem-
    upo conviction sha be punjalhd by ber a always has a waiting Itt.
    SrSUe aot eadgedas rtty ($i MI U e Sn wd from this club since her
    tars. e emei -r but the club refused to

    "-eW. 11. That the members of myy Oeeept the gracettully worded resigna-
    county be oard o t peblatretion k e. hon ad assisted that heri membership
    galetlg or rental to om ply with b kept .a verd unusual boeer. Mrs.
    t rquirl ment of thisact shall be 8pee was a delegate to the memo-
    subject to removal from o ice. able January meeting of the City Fed-
    "Sec. 1. Thanrt t p or parts of erat ot of New York clubs.

    existing laws nlaconsistest with this "She is an ardent Daughter of the
    act are bereby repealed." Confederacy and t-longs to Mrs. James
    Henry Parker's Ne-w York Chapter of
    MARRIAGE AT HIGH SPRINo. ellght hundred members. She asslated
    at the January flower ball. on the
    Mr. Warfe thompson and Min Si- committee of arrangements. and has
    sM Richaerdon UnitMd. alsaya been prominent.
    "Her moat ilitimat,- friend in Nwr
    HIGH SPRINGS. April 13.-A quiet York Is Ella Whe13 r Wilcox. who
    wedding at the horne of the bride took has done much to make her life there
    place Sunday. when Miss SuaLe Rich- Illea.aat
    ardsona daughter of Mr. and lrs "Mrs. Spence has recently come


    Henry Richarsaon. and Mr. Warnt.r
    Thompson. engineer on the Atlantic
    Coat LUne, were married. Rev (;.
    E. Thompson performed the ceremony
    in his usual happy and impreslve
    style. Only a few friends besides the
    family were present on the felicitous
    occasion. but a boat of friends unite
    nl extending congratulations to the
    happy young couple.
    Wi. fPtch and family have moved
    to 8L Petereburl much to the regret
    of their many friends here. They re-
    aided nl High Sprtin for a number
    of year and have been closely allied
    with the business and social circles of
    the town. They belong to a promi-
    eat family of Alachue coasty, aad
    their Mes will be hkely felt by the
    town and community at larse. Mr
    sad Mrs T. C. toves are also mor-
    ain to St. Petersbur. They, too:
    have long bee reoldots of Hish
    Springs and will leave many friends
    here to regret their departure.
    A baby girl was born to Mr and
    Mr (George fieynold* last week. and
    the..r nuniwrous friends are coniratu-
    laii. s them on the happl event.
    Mr and Mrs Harry Mrluucll are
    al- receiving congratulations oil the
    birth of a little daughter last Thur -
    da'
    The entert.ainnmlent given liy the
    Hlome Mlision kr-Miety for the beneftl
    of the' pars-onge was a success nan
    clally A beautiful cake was voted
    to the. mo.t popular lady and was
    won b) Miss Annie Vott of Lakelaad
    bhe isa isiting her grandpa aets, Mr
    and Mrs Vasile of this place.
    Mrs John Vaosle of Galanyevlle
    Is vt. ti ,g relatives an Hg1h Spritan
    HIIer u .uy friends are delighted to
    sev her


    from Gainesvlle. where she was the
    guest of IW. and Mrs. McKinstry. and
    one of the many social courtev'sl
    shown her was a reception given la
    her honor by Mrs. H. H. McCreary,
    president of Kirby Smith Chapiter.
    United Daughters of Confederacy.
    "Mrs. Spence could have no more
    delightful Introduction to Jacksonville
    society than as the guest of her boe
    tea. Mrs. Cox. ad it will give mucL
    pleasure to everyone that so talented
    a woman is to become a resident of
    this 8tate.
    "Moaday afterooa. at the Woman's
    Club, Mrs. Spea will rite adding
    another feature to the deUtctive at-
    terloo.'"

    eold Fine Preprty.
    W. S. Jackson, who has bes in
    the city for the pat two days. retur-
    ed to his hobe at Lake View yester-
    day. He states that he ha closed
    the sale for some valuable city lots
    on West LibArty street, the purchaser
    lwing Chas Piinkomoo The lots are
    located a,-xt to the Pinkoson home and
    are amioni the most desirable in that
    sctioun

    Do this wlb your children.
    School childra should be fd
    plentdully ad frequently on Quaktr
    OtU. It make the est PossibU
    baakast fur aayo who s to work
    with either brain or mual. It's
    oy to pove thi ia your owl
    aauJly. Iscrea tbh daily coamunP,
    tUaof Quaker Oat and you'lU s
    aU alout immediate, mpruvemfatI
    In the beath ad rsy of tha4
    ho e t it Packed is tis at k-ep
    ial and m*wt ig aay dcmaie
    d4aaltly.


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    I In d lI *l.h.d han. t!. t- I n 1-'S
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    ui (i.t at ap n td dosln
    iuritn the disecu slon o\rer the* nat
    ter snme hot talk I'a r d hettwen
    (hairmaM Croe of the cr"mmitte and
    Imeator Iterd. and some of the other
    metbenrs who were dl-ided on the
    questm also expressed hbet selvv
    rather stroanly Senator Heard lat-
    mated stroly that the committee
    had not gone (to the matter as derp
    ly as it shaMld. sad bnator ConMe o
    the other bad rptoaed that khe, ra-
    sdered It up to Senator Usard. who
    wa preng the matter. to briu any
    evidaes lbe m ot ave before the

    Senter BiDsd wasted resolution
    passed sttlo te obarto of te mt-
    tr for a pcial order Frday, and
    ealiag the Ralroad Commisrto and
    the lantrnal Improvement PUad Tran
    tese to prodait ther aminutel to be
    sed as evidence to prove the em-
    ployment of the two Pgetleme rw-
    pectlvely. Thre were repeated roll
    calls upon varos phase of the ques-
    ttOo. but Senator Beard lost. and the
    two. Senator NasU J and Senator
    Withers. will keep their seats.


    Reutine Preeedings.
    Twenty elght members were press
    eat for roll call when the Senate wa,
    called to order at 4 o'clock. Prayer
    was offered by the chaplain and the
    reading of the Journal was dispensed
    with.
    Senate concurrent resolution No. 4
    was introduced h y Mr. Ieard. but
    was laid oeer until today for con-
    sideration. It pInroiide' for a commit
    tee of nve. tso from the' Senate and
    three from the HMum. to be appointed
    to nlaestigate the condition at the
    State I)eaf. l)unmb :d ILlind school at
    St. Augustine, and ulI)n the needs of
    the inztittlton.


    Senptw. joint re;. -,htio't
    Mr ('one'. wai :Ltlo;'t
    Aiin of the, rule. It ,,.
    sports of c('o)ilmittee'( )'on
    resolutions Ohall U ,. f
    Journal and Iplaced on th
    hut that the re-ports hall
    unl-es the reading IL callM
    New *ills
    The following are amoi
    bills introduced:
    Senate joint resolution


    "p.',b 3'


    *'t, lci the


    deitta aga
    for ortra
    NO,
    Ne Sot7.


    I 1.1. Al l 1 1. 1 14.A It | |t
    I orr stormdiltm *h heor. act
    s* trant.-'s Miand grantoir Ti
    itto. commlt t P
    i Mr Semr. prnvldlta for
    I pIhllratkn l ulon now-rewl
    ilnmt whom sult I bfroht
    mrt. To Jadwnry Commait

    by Mr. Sams prehhtngr


    slsing la fre s water, tas and
    streams of Vohteti county with mat
    or suie. To pgme nd herts PH
    mitten
    No. TS. by Mr. Itaer of the Twety.
    lemth, by request. er en tmal p
    propriatims da IIW f r mte emt
    of ammmumet on the o tlebd etof
    O1u~meT. To P-i. lemut Is
    Ne SI. by Mr. MeMau-a, re aatia
    iesuds of cunty eamaene_ 0to enid
    for bId for pubtbe weeos fa lsuppl
    aad providind a penalty fr mst to
    do so To JJudetary B Cammlmfee
    No. t2 by Mr. McMllue. w Mprvidi
    for a special tax levy for rea and
    bridge. to Judiciary A Committee.
    No. U3. by Mr. MeMuaDea, maboling
    the preset registratos Utu. pDroMang
    for ew aone, reqalrtng the payment
    of poll taxes by people themselves
    except under certain conditions. To
    privileges and electtos committee.
    No. 84. by Mr. M eMale. providing
    for the transfer of surplus of the ge-
    eral fut for 1S08 Into the road. and
    bridge* fund by boards of cosatyeom-
    missioners. To Judiciary A Commit-
    to .
    No. 4t. by Mr. Dayton. redistricting
    the Eilhth Judicial district. Judiciary
    fl Committee.
    No. A. by Mr. Dayton, providing for
    the issuance of teachers' lr t grad
    certilcates and of State c'rtflrates
    *o lr7i-ites. of 'he State I'niversity
    and of the College for Women. To
    Educational Comnimttee.
    No. %7. by Mr INvton, creating po-
    sitlon of Jailor iu each county. Judi-
    ciary It ('nllllittee.
    N, 94o. l)y Mr. Macey. authorizing
    a lw-cilal road tua for cities and
    towns .Municipalities ro.lllittee.
    No. 9'2. by Mr lltr.omle. relieving
    manufacturers in the State' of tax of
    2t cents a ton on cottonsee'd meal for
    fer'ili Tr. Judiciary A Coumlanttee.


    I read No. .',. Mr. Williams. relative to the
    1 fo. liability of railroad. Judiciary H
    Co'nnmmittee.
    No 94. by Mr. Hudson. raising the
    6s the new age limit ln the public schools from
    six to eight years. Judiciary A Com-
    No. 6S. by alittee.


    441 rt. vo II ll, w" trlo h"t"t
    Thanks tor yo r allttet and Is
    mao.
    -I will be prled tode ftl I ia I toh
    way of tadvaneku tme lsf yef v *
    uasle miedeme.
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    asle mer beemt wi mheo it a
    aI etley felb the bewI fr wmm to


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    prture fom the city before g
    e ato e Soadll qWsle teIOe w. Ied




    io aresoting "Ta Gime Dsot"I
    vtr In e dtol rae tmye mthleak to


    Cdo of Tm d ot
    Min MeUck. who made her do-
    parture tum the city before' nea
    able to persoa ly we those who aied
    In presenting "The Valne sDebat
    Joins the ladle of Efrby smith Chp-
    ter In exteudihs bharty thanks to all
    who assisted-Imancially and othe-

    Their assistance and support i highly
    appreciated and will ever be remem
    bered.


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    two-oaso af A held ftwi'th w n40Sl IP F te p~hesig mIseug oft4f
    shirb ws. lobs"ti tvim the liwu'bot. no #0 stega (IAb m N i s
    I %% WIllae ble. he a" lIot oo lo w od inurwvurnP oor the blpsd
    rvemem al I16 1gb rinte is oen,.tim.dW tsuh oe or*mg v"e.4&
    inn Mood"%mmn1r 1 tosigl of o fth*"%
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    and a nther'v ws n man"r Inothe pot.* ef We&ds ad wlS awr a dl oat
    of buoinss Mr WIMlames deemed It about Ut 01 INEW t n# a 3,
    brat W SM Terthe mM~ one .hsbumsbanb.u011001 dthe kcSWN
    who ere heiheugt it woud be mm The pidmm 80W o s
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    to this pote he m h iesess a WeeNWewed ofag
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    COOK AUTOMOBILE CO.


    F. B. MYER


    Mr McMullen. proposing an amend-
    ment to section 19 of the State Con-
    stitution.
    Senate joint resolution No. 70. by
    Mr. Miller, proposing amendment to
    section 1. article 10. of the constltu-
    tion, regarding bomesteads. To con-
    ,titutonal amendments committee.
    Senate bill No. O9. by Mr. Beard.
    authorising defendant to condemna-
    tloa proceeding to le pleas putting
    n tissue the need for uch condemmna
    tio proceedings. To corporations
    committee.
    No. 71. by Mr. Broome. obligatlng
    Juds to pay Jurors summoned on a'


    No. 99, by Mr. Hudaon, relative to
    punishment for drunkenness and out-
    lining what shall constitute prima
    face evidence of drunkenness. Judi-
    ciary H Committee.
    Chairman Cone of the Coamittee O
    Privileges and Elections reported un-
    favorably upon the resolution Intro
    duced by Mr. Beard attek elibility of Lois C. Masey of Or-
    lando and of I. N Withers of Lady
    Lake. to their seats. Subatace of
    the report was to the efect that there
    was nothlin in the hebarSs.
    After this was settled. adouramest
    was taken until Tuseday at l o'clock.


    GAINESVLLE,


    We desire to announce to the


    rangemen hae been


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    charge d the new Garage on Maoic Street Bei t

    ly epinced we can guarantee you the bat oip at

    mo ate charge.


    SdYcbi can IMet Lu? gq.kind fIretma snt FDl'4 I'MIl(,N4NRIRAPH. It
    i- 'rvu a ImanI of fifty I0'4r .AN % s*.. a it 41s i- a.iuife siging vuiea.
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    refused i to de
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    uazesblt o a ther Woard of (uual aud
    be Mas daee m lrqcmt m swl u thnO
    dvkekpmwmt Sta toowSmeseity Tbr
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    Gw*m No 12. M. J,1 Dr hRn.-
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    li a 1o 1. $0. Nellie Hughes. No
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    M C Mewriscm, Hague No 31
    G.. B .I Wilson. Jeruak-w No 3-.
    : lbamt Patteruwm. No 32. 117;
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    Wal er. N 43,A S:Annie Pri..m e.
    41. $15. M. A. Mcita.. No. I. $10;
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    No. 72. $10; Avice Walker. No, 76,
    $10. Ma.oMorrow. No. 81.,$10; Agase
    Zeroer, No. It, $li ToOaL, $1i5.9
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    Oan" Hardware Co.., No. 26, 75 .amt;
    'Crawford &D Ivis .No, $2; Sani-
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    Mr. F. 0. V 'Oa ea. W N.YT,
    wrfte.: "My OKI* Sird was grea*l
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    L.azade. and I dthkIk t Is tMe heft
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    boot for women and ebildrem, as kt
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    elt-angacs the system VWd chatrs the
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    take- of that Iprolmsition

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    aet Remedy to trleebee sa build
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    etamalve b lsiws at Ocal.
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    wl mpenad some time there.


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    Str owe the were among th visitors to the city
    SCsL m Chi yesterday. The former owns oe of
    'l A eig whom he wtL e largest pelch orchards in that
    I*>mbb l rWe-s bye v e Uomt ad says that be will base au
    4W eem his*1 stet e.- lahbadamce of fruit the coming sta-
    -nwe hod he ikaemr -b e1
    1* ae UMrs. P. D. White y of Xatcheb.
    -- Miss.. was aames the vlAtors (ea
    W. I. O. N L view UG UlanetillUe yesterday. She had just
    2 W is ^ 6 t ret rined from a visit of .e%'ral days
    Ow to her father. Jas (roulon at Micta
    S L. imgW SJd l sO, a mewomb opy. mad was en route to her boue.
    o& We papoe w o is te e yI- yWhile here she was the guet of Mrs.
    t.W Y M H. Saunders.
    lMfl tIlso WJe of Rochelle war
    aaN the shoppers visitlia the city Contractor W T Z-trour. aUb hI hba
    charge of the Itrick work s, (th** lha ir*
    a ( o) i sr stable,. state llth l wills f


    UM M is. sMammers bu L s I1
    ehMab-. whwre e will tia a shuat
    V"to r ulatie.I
    Mrf. a O. ZSetrer of RLocbwbel
    SW aOMag the asay shoppers froum
    g df je to a Jasia vlil Tuiw*da
    a irI. W. T. Pond and ('ol I
    1 Web6er a o a-ema the Ui*uM
    v dg-ae- ose abmset la Atlata.
    or 1.J. Ke s among the


    ourabi weather be will counisltl ( tIfl
    Is.rt of the urk b)> Fri'al I if- i.rJ
    sunbod the (outract a fast a b he'
    could se .ure theIb iuatleritl liitl th
    work shows ulI to fnit,' ad4iataug

    NOTICE.
    Take uotiv that I *ill. o, Ithe nrit
    Thursday of Jul. A l. 1o r i ,
    m ou threaftr as I mau be beard
    apply fur a Madou fr Oscar )luokius
    who was oolnvicted at thbe spriu termi
    of the (ircuil Court for Auachua
    ousIty lu 196 of lurdrr lu the s *
    ad dgre.e Aoyore deirlung may
    tea be hard ou the bsaerit of the

    WIIJ.IAM (' ItOIxiI.
    Attoraey tur LvUMuWer.


    T11 AIiWMILLS, 81.: APRIL I. 1 I_____


    InL SIEUIE


    inxpn as "s oom IN WASH-
    matW T C"VTUSSDAY.

    Ie1em bee089" a by neohow
    4h" e Usom55eeof C


    Piem Wedan ars a8ly:
    News was reelve4 In GalaeSrvllU
    Teday of the sdden death of Mr.
    J. 0 LarPetle. who was well-kno
    sla the cty sad a youm man
    e*teemed by a arge circle of frted.
    No partria'rswere obtalaed. furtb-
    or tha a bre wair whteh aammoc
    the ftot that be ad bees feouade-ad
    a bis rem at be St RgIos Hotela.
    WachIsP. .DL C, ab out 12 o'detk.
    wSMh in shet 1 aeletk by our time.
    Mrs.l. I U b haod left Waubis-
    tm emly a amw day preview sad or
    rved at Iwtherm where her sdter.
    Mne fIta Mw wa to be married
    toda. At the w, e Iofb deutore
    Mr. atem was l bo e he th.
    whi aes" us death eeme as a
    ~to @No y
    Mr. Iead was oer m I New
    eork Sta-t but ome to tMo eit wbem
    t a mae am a" bugam wa Ist
    *a newspaper teelas. HIs advmee-
    met ms absmeb preewlmem was re-
    r ables ed mr am em y be M W.

    Srmom ath hetim up to the diy
    e0 h ga n made ume of the bee
    aew tIoeoer emer omped I this

    No te t d mh mof this pap r bt
    e-r a iskpr l of e work ad was
    Ssma the pemies of ety eaSer
    eof The T Ie ale uteignem d ae-


    u the week W tofm Porwar De
    pmenm the MaO havis WWbo *ssu
    edb r eveml nder him as d



    Id amems W to thme Seaw s mw-
    asSedmStatee.
    Ieb maoeavry pem imdy as
    I8a m lswamef ar Governer M o-
    la, ad b e 1 wel-uewa ro hisu
    8w seuesmmoe maewaper w ork


    ieNo lUrsasWtmma lato e am be h

    Mr. Ia t dme was sheet 8 yin
    Sage sad by his -ebteoeAposm
    ad pleasant wr-ds-. wt at haadvted
    0 ftesdslp aon m a n saho umbwe
    who Irm de"P Sympathise with the
    wit WAd bereaved elative.
    N. errangem-sta have as yet been

    that the emals will be shipped to
    this cty.

    Typewrte ribbsmm fW raie a this
    elks ,The beet em the market Only
    weeve4v emls. AllU eom m ad for
    am em ma Stadard machiamet




    L!!h


    6" WA" CAUM 4 W 8"T


    * m -- IO. I.e L a ee
    to ArrAe Ted.
    The veaepas of the late J 0 La
    retee amu expected to arrttie Ia
    GeatLoeril today. Lwhe the onal ar-
    raagemet for the Imeral services
    win he decided upon
    Particulars regardiag his uatimely
    death eaot be obtained in full. but
    from what can be larned it I sup
    peeed ht b death was due to II-

    No one anyway connected with the
    family were I|rwet at the tilw of
    ais death a&d all Informatiom so far
    reeived ha bees Indirect.
    His devoted wife. who left him only
    a few day a, is prestrd we ith
    grief at er former home at Ha-

    Am tarvetltl oo s aew being coa-
    duated and pertdears leadag up to
    his dea that it so fr as ca he
    obtalaoed wll be made ekaow within
    th net r day.
    Mr. IfPea .ee.. e "Jomle." as
    he was meMray ewm. nhbered
    hb flrrted by th mare,. be havian
    Uved is Gaelevil the meet of his
    life. The ad aews was a groat mer-
    prioe to hiso eay frMed throhout
    the State.
    It moderstood that the funeral
    wrl e held at Hawthorm ad the re
    MsIe tNid to rut there, that helt
    the boMe of his wtie's poreta.
    To toh breved wtie. father sad
    mother, ad to all mem ra qf the
    famiy. T he a SL joina etoem1O g
    deepest sympathy. for Joah emend

    the moment whk the mme et
    of Is demee- wab made a kow t ti


    ATH OF MRL PtUROOM

    Sld T eeay Night eem C u
    Oem Afr a Lee kiee


    Mr. W. V. Pfham d1M at


    her


    n i em Noirt hOak avam Tuesrd
    salt after having eeeSd lorM taO
    at year or more wi th t drad
    dimeam. coamptIe m.
    Doomed was aabot 26 yar of
    ae mW had bees a reeldut of
    almea-vie for the past six -m th.
    but ow s a bto reeatloa bad been
    uMaue to o up to amy steUt.
    She leave hbdes tIh huamand,
    thre small eMMlrea. ber mather ad
    a number of ether relative to meurn
    bher demise.
    The lbe"al sevem were oadi.aed
    by Rev. P. a BrMdgs fro the home
    at 4 o'clock W-ededay afternoon and
    included at vergrees Cemetery. the
    following Iotlelme actain as pall-
    boarers: Hery M. Chitty. Ferdinand
    Bayer. IL I. Waters. W. I. McKin-
    *try. P. D. Pagaa ad 0. L TImpeoe.
    The Soral tribute attested the love
    and eoteem of kind irieods.
    Amon the out-of-town relatives
    present at the funeral were: Mr. and
    Mrs 8 N Thomas. Plant City. Mr
    and Mrs C. Newcom. Jacksonville.
    and Mrs. T. 4 iluot(. Jajckioville
    While Mrs. Purdom bad twH.n a reai-
    dent of (Gainesvllle uily a silort while .
    by her cl -er disposition and genial
    manner bad won a host of friends
    who join The Sun no extending coo-
    doltnce to the bereaed.

    Theo habit of aaswerag ads. that
    app l to you is eo that wil koep
    roe laterotod I the lifo you are U
    '1. and Iror m. -


    FOR ALL


    FOR SALE : lurex 151. i each. L

    IcclE illptoll Fla
    I~ ~ ~ V --T-i -,II. .vi J ii -Mi #; 1.1- (it-

    IOR SALE lair of guod ululv baud
    % gtsoj A1j,11) to J .14 1 8 i t1u0 I1
    fruit of IDuttolls H anlk.


    FOUND.


    VOl \ lb N.-N r IAi.J (A r ,G *- tfit
    is ct miara: iti -l'. ie a rij
    ing( macJe)t ~ll-Act. 01*5 31*% 5l hdti(s-
    l) caiils~g ;1Aio ijao mad j.4111jg
    fto ad A J Jouholl lisa thoru,
    I luridA


    MEDICAL


    QUICK kKIToitATI\ h fur o utr a am&.
    hood Satibaasuion uaraatood (A
    btocty revfuudvd, Dc P# bobtte.
    Stud by W N M.Jhawao


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    TO PUtT ON MECHANIC
    TrgIIg OPPOI SCHOOL



    td"teed-Tsa Cllecters Re-
    ort Reei~voe

    Prom WedneOdary' rafy Sau:
    At an adj wriu-d Iitu<-tins of the
    City Couicil Monday t. ;lowin A en be rs ere pre-out: Presil
    dest Pro Ter Cannon Aldermena ur-
    i ett. Brooe. Grave. tVidal. and Clerk

    The committee on claim. through
    Its chairman.. i. u Bfrett, made th-
    followla r.A- undatlooe. which
    were adopted by the board: That the
    property of Mrs. Baskalght on UtL
    erty street e reduced to $2.000 and
    Oe IDoe street to $3.0; Willis Mc-
    Rae from 4 M to $100.
    Alderman Brnett moved that the
    bills of Tax Collector Ell: for $lto
    and $61.41 be paid out of the Officers
    Pund.
    Alderma Gra ve moved that Mr.
    Cain he awarded the contract for
    stooe sewers aerea East Maia street
    at 54 eeots per foot and the catch
    boase at e of 11 per e)at extra.
    which wa carried.
    The cehatrma of the street commit*
    te was aimtrected to get bids for put-
    tig Ia a culvert em aut Mechani
    street asroe Sweetwate br ach.
    The report of Tax Collector EIV
    showing tasea comected $14.875.71 and
    Ieamese $S.S was received and or-
    dared Wed.
    Upoe met l as adejormr et was
    takes aUtI Thmdey evemta at 7: 0.
    whe tey will meet to caava the re-
    turns of the etectiM ad transet reek
    other busaeas may ome before
    the mesti


    Alsku*eky
    -d yl vwl sav yourself a lot of
    smhr Mad Ibleoe. If you have a
    sudde e l-er tak aeM--f you
    have eoe. enramp or diarrhoea don't
    rait a miset. TaM at nce a tea-
    spoeetml of Pry aviso' Pailkkller In
    a halt a lm of t e atr v or milk.
    Tell be sf nad a the riht road
    to qie seovfy. TheI you'U eeape
    osei e imeI. et you ouLt to have
    this tried mad proven remedy o ead
    for Immedlate me. Beag prepared
    s half the battle when tbere's pal to
    ubdue. New s* e battles UM. also In
    s-cet Mass.




    WHY 60 UN-




    PROTECTED!


    When by calling oil The
    Gainesville Furniture Com-
    pany you will receive a
    card' When this card has
    been punched, showing
    cash purchases amounting
    to $;, return it with 31
    cents in stalni| and you
    will receive a


    $1,O00.00


    ACCIDENT POLICE


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