Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01638
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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. ".I AIJNESVILLE. FLORIDA, 11llHAY. Al'IL I;. 10 TEN CENTS A WIEEI


SENATE PASSES PUBLIC-


THE PIANO CONTEST


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It is Highly Probable That House Wi Pass the Ml ." ';.Great Interest Wau Mlaeste Dy, am

and That Governor Will Sign It. "' '""" l'," ",;. Mllioes of Votes Were Cs
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ltultur, lb th, S l.ll, i llli, Iil w. I :i1 S ii-nate I'ill N\ 1I I,\ .lohli toni ll-
hati' to t b. xi vIf the Ilill I \% N'r '. ) i tI I'. kl tilK iiin.-- i in t 1 St:'. in til ah-
enthli. la I| d h' tl. S. i,:t. i "ie I.r -'i 5 ,.l. a il.L .J. lii1-i i i ,e.'.lat:i oieii> or
(l!wnsilon of the rh .- ,-,, rl:; It i Ihl. :t ui..n ti he Iir t of th. party il-
i'rolihele that the I wil ill % i e l;.-tdl -it iiit. litAnl t,ina util a da fe it,'
Is3 the' IHout .ai!l t -i.: Il Ix I ; l a;il:itll-t llh Iillint ofii t a police .. lack
Srnor. aof till, ill tlhi ipartl iliisuring l Fa'lor.
Route Proceedirgs. :;ith! ra port fro i .ilidiciar i On()
Tv.l'. t.ll ;Hiht r-.hlpoi d.d ti roll i;ill aliitlar to third radiig
hi'he til(t- Seniatet' wa. call.dc to order SI lnite liii l No ;,. Mcet'r.tar. I.-
at Ill u' lixo. latiin teo n-ittry oln enclosure to hunt
New hill. as follow. : or I.i. I alatO lalblel ri-lsert h. judi
No 119. Zinm-Pro'iding for licen-. clary Mr. Cone moled indefinite~
ing of plumhing. To organized la- Ioltltpotiemllnt Mr. McCr-ary object-
liwr conim itte'e ed < ..... i... a .. ;i ... u- .&.,: :, ; .
No. 1-1. Henderson Fixiing stand- ccsr.ary to Inist premnilses anly more
ard of cotton tseed me al. To public than to l ost a iprsoin's house. Mr
health comniilttc. Sloan rindor.-ed the stand of Mr. Mc-
No 12.,. McMull.n-- Relatinei to ('re-ary Mr West to lk the same
rights of walver stand Mr Itaker of the- Twentleth
No 124. Sloan-Penalty for drunken- objected to lu.tlfpionelnent. Chairman
ness. 'Cone of the committee claimed the
No. 127 Johnson lRegulating dis- plresennt sttliuts ar.e sufficient and
poslng of i-rsoiinal pirolp'rty !that thlt- proi)osied bill was too string-
J.oint R .ceolutinii l' 12 itrri. lPro 'int.
IIong t co stltitionl ainenldiiriail re- %r Milliar of the Fourteenth said
latilg to ,,stal;,li1h1n o court. that undellr the pIrolposed law Iertienl
No .12'* I.R l;tii>g teo r.-ee *r.r of -.eiold u-.- it for spite- if tha.* wish-d
claim. a;gaini t elil .ninll (.it it.i r Il b.eli.i,.-d that It would cause in no-
Se .at.- lIill No, i; ,\ Si lla -I'r~o- 'cI"'i lI"r. i.s toL -ifflr. though ha,' \
hidingg that Ino jiudgi i-nti shall I.e. r er, '.- v r.t d i a. a;i ; i. l ate. coiurrt ,.\(< ,1t itit jioin of t he best Messrs
for re.-a;-a -' :ir. tiiI t;4,h I i .'- oi tit. I atai, 1 -.. allid M l..oe'1 I olia.-0."l
a tillt irli r. hill tmil Mr Ihiard after hlmkiisi
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C('oIa $.' like \ ,.41 hi ,.l'li lt It o-tIl i, tit,.1 .it i h >I.I Iit -tt 1. i 1 thi hill
ton (it I ll(lPk .aIro tI I1 li t 1.' I 1.0 1,0li NI .I r M .v('r. .ir.

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atjiI. .3? a t~r ra sli .I ~c. .l ~ I atlll(
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aben all the- gurtst %tit l-tl1- 01 u4J)
wlse eraon uwag Injurt-d f trwo r Stat,
Senator Jsephb M tcaim uan'r of
b.e botel. Who Jumped fruom a third
ory wiadow in an effort to vocape
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., U..c7'. I it! (l41u11l I thought to h&'%@
t~~Ic & I.A. a dby vmbe i) ti frum th- bag
kit, ha It range The total inpursrac-
IS t ao U1 placed at *8% '0)oiThe total
lubs Is "Stimated a t ll 6,1 It I)
4oublfi ; If Kendrletr b lb will be
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to II I I I 1 r* l irr r'-t\.' ? 4
'.lolhn I.aFol.ti-.. ear .Ihll n ,." a' i(;nin, ,st.- | ill .
;,e ii.- kinownI l t alii v'l! anid tall l I. I
,A.. on ie of tht.' bI e hoo I v 'r kines I'rl' .,.st
ie wa'ei tl llo k e t ile V.le l i11n allit the tre'ets t
'ixt''lln N ;ar"-( of a i,- letii e l loh edll ,1ljist had I
lt ftii% ;t'. ;' e ollIn .i (t r at lon Ti'1'H Iaily r. .rs ta 0 i
Sutin Hlt. w as always lfatlil in thi b. ver
perft)rian;ice. of hi i. w irk. and ti f irst < l cre 'nc
ioplortlinitl I had I leth Iins try his the counlt Ia
hand as lwo-al re'iolrtr It was a sur .-k)lp d that
pirisa- to ln how ul'k h, quca (' ht hon" ) II hed l f^ie
.&I'. Ilit o-ii, Ie'alit' ouWl ot Ih." l'-t Miss I Doia
Iowal re lorter., iln th State. In the vote of 1 .
course of a few years he also blicasnlt pree I72.19.
of great assistance to nime it the edi- oott- s cast
trial work on The Sun. and he ren- exceeded an
dered me valuable ar lmtanlce il every Ilon the nu
deplartlimcnt of the office. alwa ys t- be cast In th
ing read) and willllil to lend a help- loth of thb
ing hand wherever and whenever his for all th4
services were needed When war was m ult
mate result
declared twtween the- I'nited States c wa%
and 8palin. .aFontisee aeked me if I As. sill
lould hold a ijoitioin (olen for him figures publl
in casc. he joinud the army. and I told oun. ladies
hinm .es. that If he wa i patriotic $2fI:. Mis.si
elnolllh to enllu-t I would have a Iusi- ('atherinc H
tion for him rwlihn h e was clustered land. M
,out of service. Hie. .ieliste.d aitTanil. 'Co
lut whlieil hle' arnled that hi. conllpany s alc.he.z Ti
would not l1e selnt to ('Cula. he tired ,.d as. ,so ,
off litf .- u I; .a ldier and. through the fril tI,. II
f'llln ti S i tu
flecrt. cit %4 naxr'.i ;r .\lallir. oiMlOMaii'4d
hi.-, dli-' r e. lI r t lrin.t (Io w orkc .

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in Ellis wins the beautiful Mrs. 1. ware. 15; :iss Jl uia Cartwr,
d by The (;aine'illle Sun 3.>; Mias Jleie Evans. 23.
f hll, prominent and pro- Following is the total lmber of
* w hoii.u of( tlw tity-the votes each contetant received duel
Hiardwar ('o. 'hltfkr the entire period of the contest:
de. & Tenh. MI Dl)orlan Elits. city......M3,77
lerdI;a It was reploerted on
hat such and such a can- Miss Hesmle Dupree. city....2.l933.03
r.-(-ll hisueh largem- nu) Miss Catherine Halle. city....107.,915
.Hn., :7...M4* t4 and the Iik.e. Mit mFlo'rrie Strickland...... 124.423
u of the citiz.n.s gar. %1I s s. Daughtrey. cityL..... 243.935
. to the re.-.rts. After Miss Mary McCormick. city.. 164.710
ist night. howei-cr. It de Mi s Mabel 8anchez. city.... 127.S50
re-lworts made we-re, found- M1is Nansle Dckinson. t.. .city. .
ts Miss Alma Frenell. city...... 5.910
an Ellis re-co'li d the larxe M11ss Julia Carter, city...... 73.3
3.6so, and Miss Ilessie I)u- Miss A. OGro. Newberry..... 2,6.
out of a total of t'.2902.4 Miss lrtelle Beal. city...... .d,5
yesterday. The vote far Miss A. Stricklad, Waldo... 35$,9
y estimate ever placed
Miss Jeslie Evana. city.......35,311
number of votes that would Miss Ema Hudo. ty....
Miss Emrans Hadaoo. ity .... .ttMO1
e contest. Miss Aiae Bevillle......... 4,.40
e leading candidates work-Maf.
Miss ICvteu St t. Waldo..... 33,145
ere was in It and the ultl-
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs.. lI.,t6
was not known until the M od La ertcity....
MIss Golde l tmbert, city.... 8,479
onmlleted last night
meeen by referring to the Miss Ruby Albrliht......... 6.3
hbed below, the following Miss Lia U e beppard, Bell... M*
will receive due bills for Mil K. Carl. Mlalopy... 6.W
Itessie. [iupree. Mis Mrs. A. W. wrgsit. city....... I 11
aile. Miss Florrie trick. Miss M. Peranades. city..... 4.35
Mary lDauihtrey. Miss Mi Mary Thigpia. city...... 3.L
rnoack and Miss Mabel Miss L. Sands Hawlthor... 3,0
the due bills will be award ----- P'
as they can be receliv-d A Liberal Prpltl.
ish & Safford Piano ('omr The Galn-svillke Hardware Co am ny.
ill : ign ranie and de.live'i one of the frms Interested in the onm-
early date. test. makes the following very liberal
nnic Ilkinrcoi Alma Fen II|(lIN(lllol:
ertc.r Anita (;r,.f. E tl. ".Kdlitor Sun: Inasmuch as the twe
*c- Stricklaind will m'c cie yoli. la dlc. who are in the lead In
$1'.. i- I'. l- I'niin.i Ilid faithfully ultd ,-arnesl tl. and inasmuch
:. ill,. 1:1.. iii St.f Mr-. i, tIhe IImuI lads who collies out sre-
\1' 'l 'l'l i( .ill ,.in t I,." t will lit *e itled to a certil -
1l1 11- l.>r 1 I *. e ;th Iforr $", (ini another piano we.
- t! tt.dl 3 n, i indtl r Iof *'I. i.ih-e, ill. Hardware (Company.
S ': it i. I I :i oriler toa ior ur a irt* latlon of
I Ikier'..n KIIi t i l t aithfull w ,lk (Idoh i- liy the young
I', Il~i i, T I" .; Il.! %. til Tmnr t, o |l a iai-lfourth of
1 .I (',I ii1l k .M .I \ l-- t l ahilitionl.iI 'l .I.l for a piano for the
S' : 1 r \' 1; : e tcolilll allf 'il't lee ed I-4't \.'W e offer
*, \ I" 11 1i 1 I I, |.n Il l8 fl ntl4 It'11.i'It a otf the fact
\11 \.Liii. I I k a i t 1)1t;11 tllhe i Il flour of ai. Ilnt 're- ted in
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Dr. Sledd's Resignation as



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Mr I A'ectat n.e a en eidli a r.d
O5jaJ11ihle jIhtionttIen iathe lh-liartuacaril
(if Forestr) at Yat Ah'abtnct at the timie
ato bin death

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Fm s s emses..&s4d withwMichye t
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Democrats Will Support


Income


Tax Measure


\\ A.Sill \;T(\ I (' April 17, I support ans Inlcoew tax amendment
F'ol uore than four hour the lIf*a> and to land for substantial reduce
craticr naiumlb.lrar of the eatle colifr tits In l hedbul and parUtcularly
red ) e.te-rdayii iu ass eIort to Iaree for a de-creras la th rates o se-
upon a policy toward tarif legstla arie of life
ius At thebr ad of that timo LSeator Ti c afereace was not bladig.
('ulberaon the lmnority l-ader. as but regardles of thia fct. It vs ot
aosaend the Lie ucrat had agreed tL eatlrely haImoslouw


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I THE DAILY 8UX: GAINSVILLF. FIODIDA. APRIL It. 19A


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Do uL Ripple o f ItmsmeM
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tAI 3Ainrin APJ I!. -The
mimi u-m of the Legilatvese*.
S I WM at Io N3 g a t close &ad
SO forthrm I Nab 1b b llo at t t
moke bya fh f Mils atiom of the WL S
"M of th tMONO the date c ODORLESS


A WkId. rso mthe otherme
4 h u-h m Was ; comed by the9
OfeswAl ke n to in the HKm. Is the one without
S- -0 task Cbft hisSaftutde
ovu mr at mm Iw I a Dws, the odor. Keeps
OEM*ge m In a f sp to 00thing colder -

@0 by0 E d0 e re. w keeps ice longer.
soaMltaa*md -sme
o r It is a pleasure to
of IBM* 10 ak d w @w
ad 0 c-c so w-" e o show them
be o 8=Nhe .aft swun 1o
S IufW t m to appe to ___ar in
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= 6 am o too at hebw ONASWN


11sm 9 Dmmmdwgo= n Uft MW tofte 99V
be fwfs sm mo bmw hi _


Um U 1-- ob ~yU1spsdbt r o tedtheir
aftli" an o by" y des. Fbort hashardly bee. a day
bIbsedSam" = X& -- rw og the Prest session that wc
3* by Mrhave m at had dilsgreeable miss and
v. bd -A to he a& 4 many days so coo that a ra uaas

SIed Aml(Ctlrur -s. rg to ammad Umai 840
hu ~s ftI* Gasnwal 6n 0Cveymae domrtablf.
AudmM Trah Cak It s at haa been an
V~ofik d a1* 607 M hmpo- mourned. is expected to &"IT#ieIn the
d ty today. Mr. Clark hasbeenre-
u a by the Judcary taine by Colonel Wailes to protest
I 5. In aeordsame Wit hhis case to the p5mFent Leslaturre
1" 11" o 00 olla the chtruss
It Is thought he will only requuest r-r-
49 d" mSOUte. Senator Come. midesa to establish b h ipse in the-
the* profo*ed ammentow of the Stt,. and be en
fIhe 61 th to ardequlug pestplg o f' n to abide by anyjudicial d--

fte oblept se to V mpnem awmossen
r- -A -h- -0 reo~eatb1 Trweker Are Happy.


eetoaf the law reolirtea postiaa of:
m el i tnds br a spelled number
of days by the owmr san bow the law
as It or stood was a lantatice to
the farmer. The lncungrutlU of the
existing laws was brought out. d-mon
strauing the fact that now the own.r
f uDncuttivate4 enckoed lands wa
protected. but so soon as any cropi,
Were planted it *-.IJ.-md a<-c-ary f,"r
the cs .*-r or orUmilpat io pIrt th*.
saiBm He lastanced ca-t wbhre the-
post-d siagn were d-etrto )d an 1 'tm-
liar abut-s that bhist nea-ur- a- 4.
sign.i4 to lr'ot.-ct
Th- debate bteano- ;* i*-:- ril
5rnator lIak,-r of lda- tw*:, '. \'.--t
Beard Sloan and ll.:- fa\ tb* M<' r.-ar> hill a. tl ,-, rr. t .n-
McLwrd. I~ .mtn anid .lMi.;' ,;.- j in
Vinua:ly on motinuli f the. intrdlif*.-r
the r bill %ax re-ot>iLi. i! ...* Bait:*-- a% It at u d. r-(t'- a 4d -4, .*. .
Its frier-tdr d-tirt-d o u -uto .,:.
I*m-rd nh.-Lt
Th.- news of the sad d.'ath ,' J :,.n
Latro tlt'e r-abhed Tallahars. \\
ea4lay) night and mar. h.t. .-- n th,.*
expr-esioun of regret twbth at th..
Capitol and elsewhere Few .. n had
a wider or more thoroughly appre-
ctat-ed acquaintancer alnmon public
men throughout lorida or r- Imore t-
ani ersally liked His bright dioplasi
tou. has cheerful gr<--ting and the
knowledge that his hand ne-.-r held
the peno t malice, all combined awth
hi ability and fairresu made him one
of the State's ment aIIpr-clate-d
writers.
Peter O. Knight.
Am Il prominent t arrItali at the.
capital durnlg the" -ee-k ti II,., '.-t rj
0 Kaihbt of Tanimpa. a. -r.: r.:
counteaIncea I fratil1ar t, .. A t...


IaO, been ruuad ito. I.- :.-I't,
l14r i he to &&( ta s i I.- % .-
)aist I Ir.t n-sd I.- .a i
Taillata'.s.y. ai a r. r. -~:.rt ? .

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'falt aI.- U !.- all u .I .i Ii-
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to to ma- Ubusual ftia tt,h
Capital CRY. in Apirl kMeers! uto tio.
vitrs ad imemtaea are s wIll. anaoag
Whe lttr & atvIr 3m liumnibrie
SLou LS .&m shearqruudvr the


Conductor C R ('ar'.r soaking
Y-sterday about tha- tru ing bui-iize---
around Eiinston r-nark..d that t1i;-
waA the bet wt -maon the-)L ad a-i
ie-need In azaniy y.-ar. That tu
% gvo thr gCruu. rtiat 4b i3x.
arAuzed E. irni had h tod r -Ji .-d # 5."'-
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NWEASNC DAY TOBE

A GAMD EVENT

*RAI I0LODG OF FLORIDA tO
COOVC7E IN SPECIAL SaSS10O.

Iua'OIecg to so Open" for pwb-.C In
sCtt4Af frOm 10 v". to 0Mp n
on Thuwday Apo I 2St28.


A nlo :*th w:l; to a :ga, da. f.r
Gan:-,*.!'. ad tt- Mator. ar.d tLt-
are making elaborat-, o ; rr;ralt:n,
for tbhe grnd .-.t -f .-d:catir.
the D-w '-nm;
Commencing at 1", a c thE- ,u:lditr
*ill tb thrr,'rn o(r.* for a ;,ub::c r--
"uption this t la-t utt:1 I ;- n: 1I
Ing all a taura to \;-tt the no-1
.wmnci and in!-;s-' It *horoughlt
At 3 3Z, p, m the Grand Lodge tof
Florida will aa--mb:.- n ispcial ~e-
sion for the d-dteatlon se*ric... which
will *tnbrace the im;-rti)ie cr~mnon
tIs of the order Grand Master Lewis
C Massey. together a ith other promi-
ent Masons of the State. will be pre.
eat
Th exercise will close with one of
the nmot elaborate banquets -ver held
la the city. but asMde from the lodge
members only a few tavltaUons will be
issued The hour and place will be
announced later.
The complete program bas not as
yet been fully arranged. but will be
compketWd within the next few days
ad published. sbowria that many
lroPrmmiltont MAMMJA g rof rld-brilmav fir.*


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Deliven bone wa ym aoh-aev, whm you do't want itz-
thus it don S oo 0 *&kicbm. Noe w tteCABINET TOP,
a th wowl frwmiwag S p o dhearas fomd boa aft cooked ,ala
coowue -IIU- .ruI1rSI3k cbeIh hec b~iaimLrb not an ur, and
twO a3ckLsd for boira week. O
TNm dues. Witb or u-?bout Cabrnet Top. At your dMlW's
w -"i owusu n*agay.

Tewe
rr ~ L~r ~ ariSao&-nr0
do"u lo ci p w. SoidlvI made,
boufstll micbg@ LYour ls ug-mroom wll be plomma
wnh a "sno La
If n o y bow ,"M am l, our soam~ ago
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-Not lnc4rparm ed-
Keep Yoar Hair Sn and Luxuriant *- r fTtino P no'um4bprite Brown Horn Hotel.
and OkayYong. P. fo. Drawer
Yet. Palisan Sage. the mct :,; ;g
orating hair rotvturer. grows hair. N. 11. COX, Consulting Lng*neer
women of Amtrira. who ha%- ; axu-
riath bair. know It dr.-a. and that o-fsAN K Ps amicMraedj bi,. Csuatft".
w h y th o u s-a n d of 3ta u ra c til # .u W o M -M d.u lio n a nd t o n uan re p b ep t e n
throughout th- Ar!d ar- r.-g'i!r:..pop
Ing it Tcnclkm.ea U u
Fapr '-ar. t.. :rF
Eros (A u!-trt.i a.J p Lr C'n':st::.:. :.A t. Ai..aif ar E a-trica Eni ne-r,' n:% s-er' anA Sa*-4:*
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We have had *eenty ietrb vi p cprirvnc ith A)r's
ChemY Pectoral. That mA4.ak us h4a% : ri..A t utfiJcnrc in It for
couSM, colds. bronchitis. wwAk tthtit... %%cJ 's~tk lungs. AAk your
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FIRST SHOOT FOR

TROPHIES OFFERED

GAINESVILLE GUN CLUB MEMBERS
START CONTEST TtHRSDAY.

Two Prizes Are Being Given for the
Best Marksmanship Made
by Members.

T'll. ,l it. ,- lM l. 1, t ,h 111 bi 1# .
I 'r i N)TI. ti0 ) l -l',,ti b It. I: i- ill t ill
- 1,, it foir thi r t. I j lil,- t* I,. tL: t, i f, t
*, -t i ii rk t :t''-luil> :i liiil t Ii' Itlot H
a\ .t I % 11 \ n i\ til r |I r<,-so'llnt
it thi iii. ,tti athl ;ar i ciipat, d in
I! ., nt. iti t. l, c l. ih I iill rii r o\, l 'rt
-I ritt. thiroistihe nut thi "vIt-,wi and
, I -H ie'*r.rble intoerv'-t too tht' oi r-
b' lli/;tt 1|t|
Sf far thIrl hati.' e Ion tuo I rizei
offter.-l. wni.a li,\ r lol, t anl l one
It, Mr luirkhin., buit it is# ex|'X 'cted
tihat thi er- .ill i a.i!dcd for addition-
*'l f'ir.at I ef'or tl.' l. i ,asfo ( lose.
Thit o'ulb %ill hoidl two re-gular
-litoor for the ili-d;ils. eacIh month.
'.r tw. o w e'kv d t al thi t rst of this
.-rie was participated in yesterday.
lDr. J. H. Aldermnan and C. It. Sprouell
ti ,ing for the' honors
Se\ral flt *- h'ore,.- t.re made by
other niniwle'rs of the club and a- all
-Ir fast ini i ro ling ili 1it1l k-ir-iin-ilii,
it i.' hard t o la t any I gueKs as to
who the lucky winners will be.
Judging fromI the great inter.-t
that has tw-en taken in the club the
attendance irroniihes to be goitd. and
as. thl,- are at lilMert) to practice eitry
wv -k. -foin finel Pli(ooting is *'xl|'<-td
to result
. Card of Thanks.
We. wish to express to friends and
acquainitances our Fincere thanks for
their kindness during our bereave-
ellrit. also for the. l.tiau tiful floral
uoftoerinliK
A. It. PI'RIKI).M.
MRS T MI ItRITTON.
NIR and MRS .1. N NKWSOM

Hicks' CAPUDINK Cures Sick Head-
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Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip, Stom-
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Try Capudin'w-it's llquid-----ecta Im-
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BUILDING PROPOSED

LARGE FIRM WANTS TO ERECT


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No Action Taken by BEard of Control
at Present Torre. as They
Lack Fur's

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S*i;til. it ti L,, |1 1II \n tI :H l, |l" *ir ,,t
I *" A I il, i t l.teiiect tiill i't1 .it t1
'ni e r-it% gremliel- ;t;l H;ilt li, r 1t1, i
il1 it. \ trIni tiheln tit' u111tl it I- ;i\.11
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T' i- firin prooslee-*- tlo nr-'t thIll Ad-
': -is-t i.tt $11e, l li tlig ;a ('t irdillg tII the1
*ri'i..il i ,1;11 1 at .I ifl'-at ions a ild
'\.* tih t'Sl til i ;It:ili i Iiui to 1'.a f r
' o i .lork or o ldithil thi i .til- 1i11 :i' i'
ale. from the I- :tii' \ .ilr ea>il al. r .1 i
t ,! I ,., thli. ueJ o i- c- l.e the' l 1 iiS-la:
tur
Thil-. Iihilding I.s -tiitated io cost
its thie itightsm, rho.il e I $*':l.*O n ;itld it
i. I|rio)lo s.it to h;ia'e it r-adyil for (occ'1
e:Itomi< soon as the ('ontilitrctors ian
get the' cirk eoit,-l,'te i
ITli. bhutiitli t I. t(o Ito. lohtw;eit'd i
front l the d(,rymitIori.- :alrea;idel ( lo
'ltruc't.d. Thotiia. aid Itikckman hall.
and %ill I" an ilinlh.-c" tructlr.
It I' to Ivi holm'd that so tthiniig
definite will b done in the matter
a;Il thl;l within a \t%.r\ frw nlm,)lth.
work will hait\e ra;ll. h egull on ieiw'
lmielintIgs. :o' w'lil a, the re'ipair aork
cotlle'iilatell;lc d tol the dillrniitories, the
latter amlountilng to alout SI*to.eol

THE NEWS FROM WALDO.
MillIcan's Sawmil Nearing Completion.
Personal Notes.
WAI.K). April 1.: 0 It. Weeks has
moved into IIrh new Ambrose c(ottage.f
which is a very ire'tty and cozy home
nitar the Waldo louse. lie has in-
,talled his own gas lights.
I) W'. nir of Fernandina c united his
si.te'-il r. Mr Judge* Kennard. and other
relalii,.s last Awe.k. lie knew Waldo
when it was first settled aid Iloiiited
,out where the first IgK houses stood.
Nathan P Cautheni. injur-d lby a
skidder se'r.en weekss ago. and who
has Ieenli in St Luke's Hlo1o.ital since.
was brioughit home' Monday and will
I.,, laid iip l et solnle tine H1ie suffer
id lit' fratlure of a thigh lntoe.
(ur town, i.. <,couirgeKd again with a
mII rr. gTo rolud. Smili ari e-,il n rid
lig who ila) et their nickl,'- iln i tore-.
M illi .-a u l uiw ll i- l .iii'il, colin
,A, t in ll, t w lill i not ru i full ta11I ii il
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ROBINSON-HOBBS.
I.ce'iit- was I sued h inst for the narriageo of Mr H H.
obilnson of Na)lr. (Ga. and Mr.
Alice Holths of High Spring- The
ceremony was ilerformed at that place'
e' t.-tida and the happy couple de
parted at once for their future home
in (;eorgia
The Inide l a native of Florida.
reared in Citrus county. and a renti-
dent of High lSprings for a num1wr of
years, and is a lady of stcrliing worth
and amiable character
The groom. who has visited thi,
section se vral times recently. malinl.
in the interest of IDuncan Jordan. a
relative, under indictment for the
killing of (;eorKge Itrant. has by his
straigKltforward and genitl'imtanl. doe
iln'alir gained a host of fnrie.ds w ho
join usi in wishing him anid his lride'
a lw-ae'ulil and ipro.-Ir.Tolls journey'


through life.


The "Trades Extravagama."
The "Trades Extravaganza." given
under the auspices of the Woman's
Guild of Holy Trinity church at the
New Baird last night. wan the most
interesting production of Its kind ever
seen n in the cit
Every business firm was represent-
eu. by some character and the novel
way in which the ads. were prelared
was catchy and pleasing. Some very
handsome costumes were shown. and
the affair was one of the greatest suc-
'e**sses et'.r liven in (ainen. ille.
Itoth floors of the building were
filled with spectators and the contin-
uous applause showed that it met
aIth hearty approval

If you hare backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley'a K'4d
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up the kLtneys so they will a't prop
early, as a serious kidney treble may


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Storage Room in connection.


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T1. at ct i I t dic r eke e I I .. i- n -deJ by
the' AnIterie aii lo-lclo 'I iit all 'ter)
aell b1ut lca e 4n jwupe.. sit i r routan
tialm ful ba bta ad i cv' Tb. auewerr
i srrT) tui e, as "kiI'I a dvow
Liutuwat &&4 the rb r-umatkanu will go.
UA1iusa Yuu & aGry af a cult UIves
qwk =0 amid p eat revIf from
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4 .THB DAILY SIU: OAINbVTLLK FlOKiAA, APRIL la. 1909
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A o r "" a eeof proml edws T tbe Gain"MetIii. Sun s 3u da' ..,S
ftive catvvd Io Athtas i a n o-I tI i on twtted an iduuminato-d co~r and
g "a eowfav the meetilg being termed af a wealth of Ps.cial Laster fs-turre,
-00 a -Catseroc. for Kdu-ation tor the 'ditor Mc ary ought 4o, tw jrvua
4L osm ....... ft~emeSouth' b" flFtevuwea compose tbei( tf tt- -a' ebsur running
General EducatiFlop Iurd" and this thins- shie hie is a# Tallihas.-.-
OP~.I NIWi...... rdIthe boar ist heart of the mosetnet IfTaw a Tritu..-
a lit hoWds the he' to the our'.-
The S;aneill.- Sun aaid The (bc4AI
65W._aft__ IMOtiLhop Warren A Candl-r In a Ir.qlr ,& 'r tIi A .s;-4 1, i
saaw e serie i Pemba Go.. SO, o:t *h. Q 4--.-n !-st. t -a. i, ,,.
40 Ifeft.41Wrend 0Isfral Edr ul Edoetion Board' and Theurdar and Tt'- Sun -n Sundla) li cL
MEW fton po a oft ftbaSwam pamvEducation ".' and Ow ts tlie Ila&#-% mith an llunminatt.,j
Ofew Oba er C'. Ows"e t w5i ebeae rhke tbey are promoting. I lover of 9nan,-led -ai- rt
p -- dlsusslug the attitude of isbol, io sst#.r tog,-rv s is twr cwCowing


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Vopili awe pruisung tht mo"
of the l wSss M exhihlos Isa the
vuule a ulloar, audacious mtatu
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Caadler and the probable ffect of the
moveemet. The Savannah News of
Wednesday said:
-Rlshop Candler In agalnrt the
scheme bectuae he doe-ntt twli\.-
that Ifteeu mea ought to be entrusted
with the power to dominate edurA
tiok n this country. and also because
he believes that the ultimate result
will be the destruction of independ-
eece la educational matter,
-It may be argued. and probably
wil be. that becse. under the
semes. so moey goa to denomiua-
tosal clteges. Bihop Candler has no
further nert i It sad so sym-
pathy with It. dae his whole aim Is
to bild up the eoleges of the denomi-
sation to whtch he selougs. But that
sort of an answer lea't a atisfactory
ne to nth a meats be advance
a",sst It.
Thr is o dosbt of course that
thi ealhe e sd sbcm which accept
meaoy frt the 'Oeeral 'ducttoo
Board feel ader obligatom to It ad
wl at adopt a pocy or prsue a
em ree oalcaatd to larite Its diap-
probaton. To that extent therefore
the bem-edar are aot free to do as
they thlak bet. Whatever they pro
pow they will always habe in mind
their oblgatios to this 'eaeral Edu
eates BHeard and the additional beone-
ts they hope to get from it.
"We have no doubt that It is the
purpose of the fifteen men who control
the great sum of money which Mr
Rockefeller. Mr Carnegie and others
have contributed to the cause of edu-
cationf inteAd t uii the nmonev nas


Times-l-'n I n

The (ai i-il:.. Sun (-l,-tram d
Eatter hby ornin out in three Po-
tions The co.-r section ai, a blaze
of glory it bluel with a combination
of Angel. butte-rly and modern Easte-r
batt-d. long kid closed. -triued para
soled irl in a field of daisies
ana a ler.r Rabbit with a chip bask,-t
full of Eater eggs. A \-r) fine con-
captlon.-Ortando ReporterStar.

Prank Clark' frank speech in the
House seems not to have struck a
popular chord In Florida. but It is per-
haps not best to criticism It with the
unpolished knock that some of the
boys are doing This is no time to
kindle a ire under the satlUoal politi-
cal kettle, which can't be forced to a
boil for three years.-Tampa Times.
Layit aside the question of the
propriety of the remarks upon which
be has been criticaed. Congresman
Clark Is to be commended for boldly
standing up for what he deemed for
the best Interests of his costitmests
The tariff bill has proved a Joker all
around, and has caused dissensions in
the ranks of both political parties
that will require years to amend.

0Dafne Cannot Ie Cured
By local appcllatlons. as they can-
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafne,. and that is by constitution!
remedies. leafnf-ss is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lln


to achieve the iery best result from ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
Sth( as way It which the new an educational standpoint. but. In th-e this tube Is inflamed you have a
1 1cakr be adapted to the lrst place It Is difficult for then to rumbling foundd or inpC-rfe pietdbianlte of the Jeffr4eJoh o get in compil.te touch wlth the educa- and when It to er.t.i.ly clo.ed. deaf
tonal unds of eachb ecctonu. and. In ness is the r.-ai? arid unless the in-
the second place. while- tle flft-en jflannmmation can b. takL-n out and thi-
Wth the ha&*o Pederal build- nIen who now control the .-l',,... '., tube restored to Its normal condition
Ig goinl up and vitrited l brick pv- or Su,.,,***,,.' fund nsay hate- no other hearing ill .- de.rtro(-d for.-..r.
In goCg down thlma look good for motiue than the adsancenr nt of tr,. nine cam.M out of t'n ar.- cau:-.l t1.
OGalasavio. caue- of education. th- fift.u who atarrh. which i- nr,'tl.K butl an i:i
iill control the tund a ...r.--r or P.tn'.'l c(,:.ditilo: th. DIUUr'.'
A Teas mob carelessly lynched the half a c utury helx .-. !:.iE It h.- '-;r'~;tr. .
wrong man last wek. The geutleman- grown to St1,.,-,* ,-,I or 5r, *..,,... i a* W ill Ils. One Hundr-d DI.;lar-
ly and good-natured lynbhee, however, or $1 %,-,,N).u(,c) nbar urdi.-rtLak. f',r .an as entered no coImplaint r*-a-ious that are t :t' i.,w :;, ..-.t t.rt;tr hi t .. C ri.:,t I. car.; 1I..
S- haI ..- th- ; r t... ..* l 'a .r h C- S- r.l f r cir
While animals lu the African Jung- of It e ,,a 1, (.,l i. < ,l..- fr.
ks may be tame now. the time is And the\ ua\ I.e in a i t,-l;.:. t, F J (Nh :Y & CO. To,.d1. 0
rapidly approaching wh.-n the>) mill ,d,, Th. Is.. a n,* l.- ; i, S .I t .ldruire:-t- ', '
learn the real call of the wild. Ito ltti!l ii r. retain l .,* .. Tak.- Ial a T s uiii il' for (,r.-ti-
-- _s i "lt .r..s ...tis "I ''' .!


Those le per cent reductions in
wages In the Iron re-giohs would noti
be so bad If the ownl could hA\'- w-ith
It a Il* per cent reduction In the. cot
of lllung

"What brought .ou here" said a
New York magistrate to an Iri-h
ofender. "Twu ulic.t-men sorry. wa
the reply "Ah. drunk oif course'
"Yes, sorr. both of them.
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The supreme court of Louissana has
afirmed the constitutionality of the
law la that State which abolishes
gambling on the races. hlich tb one.
more ictury for law and order

"Pts Invited to the White House.
says a Brooklyn headlue. 'fut tut'
Remember. there has be-n 1 tl. *L -
s that domicile lately. That line re-
fers to Fitzgerald, not Ftsusiumons.


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although now In th.-e hAt:- of rs-n .Al
tlog ther sinc r- tIon rotlimoiti el'li-
tion alone. it uiight. III 'h,.- (our-, -
rniue with its gre-at re.-our<' th, u- ld
to direct the thought of tt.* I .*.I;1"
in matters wbhlh \itallR coilrc-rn th-.
nation a welfare
It In safe to sa\ that th,- *. L-n.,
a.n Ilaugurate-d for the- Iur l*a,. e.f
enabling Mr Komkefe-ll r anid etrlhr.-


Missouri is considering the abolition tI) dilos,. of their w-aith so that it
f the deth pealWty l that cae- t. I ouldl brillg the- lh t* r. u!tl t. Itlh.
idaappera will hate to carry on their ,,,l-,,.I. but th.-r.- 1. no .s-mur.ia 't. ( t
operations there. and In thoe- oth.-r tl.at aill ,,,ii:.. t, I,- t. I .:i .-.
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THE DAILY SUN: HAINRlnVILL. FLORIDA, APRIL 1 1909


E. H. Harriman's private yacht
Sultana. with a numlwr of his person-
al friends on board, touched at Tampa
the first of the week. Mr. Harriman
was not in the party. and nothing
could be gained of IHarriman's plans
by talking to the men comlpoing the
pleasure seekers. They said that Mr
Harriman had told them nothing of
his inltentions concerning the Sea-
board.
A Baby Show in Gaineville
Would have many contestants; but
It's safe to say that the healthiest ba-
by would win the prize. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
aornms. and most bales do unless
they arc kept free from them with
White s Cre'am V.ernifuge. Act-
lulckly, ye't niildly-i. its own purga-
Ii\.e. -Mothers. don't attemnit to raise.
children uitholit Wlhite" Cr- am
Ve-rniftisgo. Price (.' itzlh. Sold l1
W. M. JuhlnIoll.
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ACCIDENT POLICY

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w*m-n It a freony. Bill was reported favor-
ably by Judiciary Committee. Bill to
(Continued from Pag ) take natural course.
leal to the House to reconsider its ac. oley's Honey and Tar It a safe-
tion. He did not believe the Legis guard against serious result from
lature was the proper place to air the spring colds, which nflame the lungs
differences between the Hoard of and develop Into pneumonia. Avoid
Control of State educational institu- counterfeits by insisting upon having
tlons. and that surely the resolution the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
was meant for no other purpose. lie which contains no harmful drugs. J.
did not favor anything that tended W. McCollum & Co.
to retard progress along educational -
lille. He Unde-stood.
Mr. MacaWilliams coincided. lHe "Now. J.hirinny. tdo y)ou undersandl
too. offered an appeal to the loum.e thorogiiuhly %i t. I i nm cing tl< whirc
to reconsider it.? action on the niatler "" I'"
"'*'ictll. i ',ll'r" In a had Ihlllllri tll-
The resolution nilally went o,\ur e. u're In a id humr
mI rllmiin andI you've ve ,It to li'4lk 0m1e
unillir the rules, for further (consl.id.era- .one eore. feel entitled Lndon
I, Tlt nlIts.
.A r'e-clutitnci *-,\it,.T;! in. 111 ii;s t i( t'icn
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NEWS FROM ALL KwEEP TEIDNEYS WEB OUNDAR STREET

PATS OF FLORIDA .,.. ,, NOW MOrT COMPETE
eaAlth is Worth Saving. and Same
aineville People Kinow Hre
Tampal' iho.plhatP. "hiiments fur to Iave i. COMMISSIONBR DELL HAS IEIN
Marnh bhoa.rd an Incr,.a., of '", I- r
rnt rh r thoed an ncrea th h pr. Mgany Gaine-s,'lle *l4hle take their DELAYEDO Y BAD WEATHER.
C*i.nK \lar llthe In :in th itr thhan direI l, nIe'letin the ---
klidnlc's s h.un the Y know th..- The, (Grat ('c.ii,. l c f :,i, l i Io d helir. Sick kidn v are. r'.-mp n.s-lI-
Ve.n he lt at liad| v at f .* fr a a? an t oif suff'mrig ld His Attenton and Work Tanr
r. T!.% ;s, i.**o,; i ,. *, s i isea i etitl. ,tlt thele' I- no need to Longer Than Expected.
to, I''alitk;a cne\t \. aI -uffer Iior tio re'aiin in danger shhen
.i ll \ ae.-t 'lnl I' 1.h 1- ,,1us a 'r g, w.*ak kldne-- cain quickly aInd The' rwock riadn leading from the-
rman itli cureicl d i ,y the u-s. of r c(ite iroi, r to North (;Gaine-sille- it.
S'aI I I tctiiatc... ; 4..1 i Ir.. I ian' Kidie ill. It.erc Isr (;a;ln-'s- now aho)it complrted and parties
al i ro ill .ara .' : r.*t.- Al i \ill, itlz,..*n r.etinini.nedation: tra cling 111 Ii lonter e.' comlpelled
n. r. .1 hIo fran -,,, t, to rates .rs. F. II. Walters. 100 N. Oak av- to o ia Pleasant street s the) hae-
-- -I. i Gaie, *;ali-vlhfl la sans: MNI kid-
lack : ill.- I 1t tle' \ i l i.ei w .re' di-,c)r 'rdr.d fo)r )iomie tim ill the paIu t.
A'-. i..,, ,, ;111 i ii (' d find lolthing that .iRild tr.eet C(onimilsmioni r IN'll ha< about
IefT +' i A ."i 'i 'l t ,+I ho tl rci ] c iij h,. .la. ,. I i,~ l e,. Rle' i clff,,re. d i greatly frelillid
Its-\#- whclr Ih t rk1 r uffrntl lratly fron complete d his work on Ioundary
oi ilnsili.ff ie nti hfit*l rfii., **t .I l k .r a' ic!;'h>c avid was often (o dixzz tlhat
Miil, ha hn h.ib:I ,co l,,tI- fr I could not stand. Seeing Iklan'is trctt. the connctlng line. bc.two.en
,' tal *n .1 Kitd4ev I'lll* adverttlisd. I procured East Main street and the North
;I Noi and iM-'g3n th eir usw The-y art- ( aies illel rock road.
e*'d quickly and it was not long bewforp
The It;lak llanil ha- tliin.l it I recilved re.li.f I have no hIslta- The building of this thoroughfare
third ticrlni for the- v,.ar ill Tanlmn in tlon In giving Doan's Kidneny Pills will prose a grnat conv-nience for
the death of (;. Fiare.ta a whol.-sa nl-, lvy endorsement many lpople in that section. as it will
rtocr and men.r of tlhe city Cun- Fr sa.o by allr dalr7o. Pe .o afrd them a better way of travel to
rcr dnnfth Fontr-aMlblwrn ('o.. sulflalo.
rtl of We'st Tampa. N.w York. role agents for the United and from the city and will also prove
States. quite a convenience to the large num-
The businPess men of Miami are Remember the name--Do'n's-and her of people from the city who visit
thinking of establl-hing a crat. far take no other. this popular suburb.
story. They calculate' that iT a savgin The road has been built of clay and
If a very mall amniount is made on ROBER N OF SWANNEE sand, and with good drainage it is
Pach crate that the shipiwrs of that thought that t will ove uficent
section will be much better off and D IRES TO ER for so tme.
hat a factory can he made profltabl,'. TO -.
I_____ Fl bill provides that second offense makes
OR-- w a ... i ll w -e e *- a


PNve part of your income regularly and de-
posit your pavingp in third I romng lnk--ont
fr the great tiliait; :n iiititutiois of Florida.
Youlr lloney will a' earning 4 per cent inter-
.et for you-working while you work, but
alo while you rest. : : ; :


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(C.Uimd rli Ikm ~w 0M.)

It satirely mubordlaste to the
SBeard of Weuatie. so that
you ay (and do) desire to m
i ay servs for the State, you
e t hee to foow your own Judl-
io the matter. I iuderstand. al
that a majority of the State Bloard
Ii Iaatlo. under the isfluece of
Staei uwperiltendent Holloway (whose
bastity to m. sad the nmew for It
mi mletatkss o It. are well
tawm to ye hoard i. Is sawiling to
IIM my election y you. The eonae-
Sa mes of yowr e- tIed support of
-Miml uniiwr the eif-uaitanees.


m. N rr that you ay have ell-
liberty ef aetiom the prealmes.
dhe treed f roe a posblbe em-


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wole course of my edmilnstratio.
Id the whole series of events oln.i
eating in the present sItastion. Inl
temple mistle to myself and u myul
ord. as wela u I the larger Inter-
Ueas of the lState of whlch we are the
aoi. Iservaets. l ore you to Ilm e
tl the cblts to the publl whicb I
mUtkied to know exactly how we ha.-
adholate tr our public trustl. 8 :!
ateo on your p war would be a crown-
wl ole tcou e o f tmy ad olltcral
do they awd sound educational plni-
la t I te ree; and I ure upon you.
lIa my lva reon I datiou. toht yogl
makl all the facts haown to all tch
people. Re spek ectlly
"ANDIREW BL"EDr,.
"Presideut."

A arre liac tusta .
Sior. your part woturld be a crownr
inte ha e to te cauMr. aortf n asked
ia the rtatou, and bure gud natu.d

"I hi il one rmw rw maim truo:,
&r*wala Katchee." be mid. .
"lHow wa that heenlation" hatsed b
wir am he beIfad blk unwnll the
kakIad rsfa 1rt his ntqk. -"All It"
people. Repectfally."
It waA at the Itrr that I c. a.
Wate. lmM Mrrtman retu. "'rom ther
blerk cars, and tw t.o-t Ahe r.;'
at starthla A m.n he artllu l uke
oUt. Joomp. J ouwlo" !d tor one mi,
hamt I thought to lake a* he aiurd
But I rewalded mylf to he answered her
iad wait anl u uble minluute unwi
StKat4e c. cam l great i.atch ,cof watea
stwlwaug Trheu I y tkhallt f the I am
whlte,"y I d Mr d art idn. "rm -clf
*llanu. y)'ll we rt lw w I' ilise mn that
you jeONeIIII t i t I irt t I Ihe'n, thalt
maniL adI e'd u" U ii'ut' 'ci ,l i.iin1

Cracked Fumrit.re.
i I ll:irk *, -f.d .*> I'II.- ,,.
rrat'hlf ljli e' Iii flrt .iiilu a r, i*,. .
lilh l d in ith bI-.e e a filait l Itt' Ilm irkL
lte Iwvr dtl,',t,,l I t I .n t. th1-s i how
furnitulre de.tlehr a ,' er \\ h l, ,mti-hn-
Fir*t sullght 1 ol. f 'it If ti* It -..- i\ ultit
I t i\ like, |l tiy. t llti l, 'e- lii..hly ini *
lhI r.i kM n tal a.;g.'th ,a il. ii llt
a tlha kttife ;t'.dl.tl .r er th II
mtifr,,ul i.i,'-; u *xl n,,',l $ rk Ill' tlniti
lii t h l liw havs l T\ 'lTl'' ,-.1 ., ,
fliil h ,r a I r. I lr l I i '.,.t Ih, fm .i tur
Is l rarnithetl u*'i ,' I l i "i f I
l1he liluI'a it ll it tw.',.r t'.tii i'..,tt
Mil el il' l l.. ,tr ie.s. r il ..ti :

ft 't rl" *.-i ', ; .. i I l | l I


One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At l,'a t is a li.it a miiaiiK l. i' nilight
tIl gai iIn wia ihlth Ibte- \.' i It
li t lt le-re.w s llletllllhig w 11,ll i \\ ll'l II
dlKg4-'t1lll (t;l t Ii | l i. e l,
'lixir i'Cire .-tA uina, I, aiited l'l
trntuble-. 'aid diIKi i tllion stps f.I tful

t'. anlld t lSold I l) \\ M1 Jhlellu't

Thet Itrnal Marathon.
"Mali." declared tlhe ild fabhliitlI
preabc' r. "l a worni "
"As I." usad a man iiU wh h3id elI4i.
marred ihree tina mled I h,, vla us
-ulels(g h a small lrse iIn a rear jHw
"wuuuau I Itie early bird' c'blc'ag,
Record Herald

CAPUDINE for "THAT HKADACHL"
Out last sight? Headache and er-
es this orltag? Hicks' Capu4dae
Iet the thing to St you for buslaeoa
otr's tbe bead-braces the serves
Try IL Aat& @-aa

at there --omhlag whiek oJ8y a
"m ad. m oo mbr i loo?


FOMER SENATOR

HITTER IS EAD

COLI'MllIA. P C. April 1', (;et
Matthe.u Galhralth latler of EdUp'
nflId. one' of the laIt ofl the' (',oif,-el
eratl. catair' ,eneral.- dl|ed last nulhlt
ait 11 P to' clowk at a leical I irniir.
F'oir a Iiutillt r of w.ir'k (I; 1 I tail.- i
has tlN-''t III iid hah Iw'en gr.luil.l
iprol ing ell ak*r. atilnl for \% ral il.a -
it has IlI-n kinos n that lhei' cd ~; -
t,-ar.

KIr Cr3.rt%. rity.
The nuit n hate h li:l jid i .iit l.'Intn

"nlut u nIIl ".1 ,:'nI l t :: I n wer.
horr 'Po they eare." repll-ed tl.e Ihdre t-
twe. "'a d h.ere''i iy 'll *i.rtur iyty to in "n-
ibh one of tbem."
They all airred that It nan real no-
ble of ber- i'hllldelhla Iredc-r.



CASTOR IA
In uahat and Chldr-m.
l ind Te Im AM np hll

is the
fgaature of .' A

If you have lost or found anythiep
Jo not tall to keep your eye on th*
elassIled advertising eole.

SIt's printed utatloery you want
Ie Bum office Is the place to set It


IO. W. UVEllmO




Tirer a ReLidie

Estimate Furnismtd Proapt y and A
Work Ouaranted.
BReta-remm : Addres:
Jem French PianoOo. GAINE8VILLI
Lualena Bates PFLA.



GAINESVILLE,
-TmM-


University City.


Oalnesvllle is conceded to be the
oist enterprialgl an sell as the most
beautiful city in the Interior of Flor
*da. It is located in the very center
t the State. half way between the At
lantic and Gulf Coasts. surrounded b.
and* of such fertility as to be capable
of producing a great variety of crops.
in the heart of the truck-growing
phoephatet alnd naval stores bIIt. She
has the bett educational ad\alntaKge
in the State. g xld churc-he, lth
edifices which are ulwl'rior to anti
toa n of its, -ie in Florida. itth larKg
and ron.-i-te.rtt cllongnr-ationi.t- ha- a
climate hic-h cannot t bie xell d flor
health alnd Ipleaiiure- All tli: .-- n:it'ir..!
tullattI. i.e ,co ilimi. d % i% i at i roKgre''-
ve, anld etnterrir-i iiio I:lpollliuici
tti<'hl5ii a .dI e i.rte to liuakc talip
,ttyV.
Trltre at-. maty natiiril atttr.'i iion
li 1 \ l.. I : .t i pllo ii
ahich art A laua Sink. i'aia :e'
'i.-, il.. Ik-il > Mill Il Hoppr W\ar
r*'i -t ('.i.. and I-ake Ne-wliiali. all :
*hath arer reached Ib) Ipriate't iont.le
tli *v
Sitrihng Park Stielk Farml ith. lairgK-t
alid ntil.-t lhite tee k n.irni. i ltih St.itte
a o(llt)i elght nil1h- l We t of the tilt
ind i.a r.acilheid h,? a te tlI hard rniad
iffoidit.g a lincmst i.Ia.,'alit drink .
Tlhe fa mlli.r. (, .Alaciuan cioutiit\ o
Ah ll h t.iniel"P llte thllhe- eoneilt :it
live lt halliteminl. a d l ard iat th' .alli
;''.; t'li t l'ii ruatture .- \< r tinte
fornnm t. a er tI et i ri.eat .itani tih. n:i'
lll l t 111 I U llllil ir the ti fi il*e' IIt
A lunt r Tl i.' I',e 1,i e,,li i of (.tiall till,
- *'.. l t .J I.r i.; ....
.I.t.' ,;.Ai llt "It th L fa.
i It im.iiilhri, il straiig l iala --
.lc l elI liet art w* l tle n eit'
Thl e I hi. -.it) l f Fl',,ri.la f r 1 .>r c
nli i .i',l tt.* \ati .ti.al A.rai iillir.ll F \
.,,-I il, l it St.tl ali A re Ilm .lt.l l w l hill
th r. *t i t, t .
'aI' t;4i.4 \il e I.- no UJiany tthliig
that I e Siini.t ,h. Ilardioned if We o011'
a few of then itu the' fulluowiu enutuer-
tiLul of a bIat
Gaineeville Has:
One a rtit)
No saloolii.
O()li* iYtri
'ultr h,(-el,'
Four bank s.
Four dalrem. .
O6e foundry
Water works
Tea churches.
One gas planL
Two tin shop. *
Three bakertie. '
Tea physicians. *
Ia fruit stores. '( r
Two guba-kita.
IU reollurata. -
One esdsl a8M.


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(IAIitSS IN II DAi .... ..



-- .ri-lna A .rKfitlr'l F *'riiiutnt $tillit -llI
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _h__


muummama-A- AL AL AL -AL AL AL


To In. ahle to t ulli. l g.- el cle'in lain plr.Iiin t' li- the foll,. a1it cr iiill-
titons aire se tiial I1,. all a 4 ..-. nu l -1 ontle <, ;td'l l4ti re .n t 1 lU 1t
Iarrnl ,. clean learn .iaIrd-. l. ;i e1 ,i IMt U n1 iilkr,. .a:iltd l ;tlt hi lk i'ii -il-.
The I-,rinil Ahenii their utli,-t .i, ir i '< .' -.,ar\ i t i *nahl, tl. 'I .lllil ; it l ti 1
I r'-li i e. ,o- MI tl.ls,Tire I 4l td w t.I -, ii li; it i II i .1' 1. t' f i.IlkI I .i. it I I
tr-( loiur li r II tt tni- ii .t1. 1 .- uti : l- I ll i i -I- e 1 .' I .' I ,
.atel r tre .i in tlit w ill take 1l l. elil. i'fl ti e I t lilk ei,. ,ii.li ali.l' l t* I e:ot
ioll'. Ie' Iel l,!, lihele'o i-, ['\ I ilan. lliel thi i- o -i ti e;..e*',;.1 t a: :.
a- it ilte :-r i ih I.1I :;i-.allt ti;-t.
Water and Food.
The heird should alwa'- l1hae' ac (.' *-> (- o (I d oo ur. it. r It tlhe hI i.t
w while. il ila itutnre' mlhe ld I,, coinii-lle'd tIo crinik v ater fruli iii i '-,t:'i:l ili
lKoids or lakee. it ougihl nict to IN. eX.iecte could Irodm('.' ihiol t-i.eli-e iiiilk The' f d. a, a i .llI ; '., I'" ;It- ,r ii.1- .I
co tilrollini llntlifutie oi ll. the uallit of theP iilk Ilron.lt -d Thi at i- if lil.
fr,'ils r.-ar t ,i r f olil. a ilh ta niU-t. odor or l:i-te' tlhe Ail li'in'rt tIlw -ine,' .
llaor to the' nilk. Thi- is tiot the' only bad '*ffe.tt itit litl i, -tilt tiefl i
u-ii ig f.t.-d- i of i w r qiualitl ai- tht.y aill al-o l ha\<.- a lo.l iitl:lutiei oi( t li -
he lih ,f thli aliiiials.
The Cow-shed. Stable. or Barn.
SIt stable or s.held in which the dairy herd i kiept is- of gre'-t imil.irt-
iia'c. For a dirt. uanti:y ha .rn It 1 liiis>osjlle' to obtain ile-n wl ole- lllnt,.
nilk. ThI. lIarii should le k'iit clean at all tinits. If the. co. are ke.pt ill
thet hiarn the I-gre'ater part of the da\. the droppingl.a should he, reilllo\Id at
fre'-lue'i-n and regular lilterrals If the cous iare oinl in the' Iarin %hil. hit iitn
nillked. the! stall.- should twi tlhoroughl. claltand asi. ion as ttL' iee- tar.-
tiUrined (out. I%.V or diiust fl.edd should not lbe 'givl ei Jti t Iifelore irii!l:;.n1 Il
fact a Iuiinhoer of our IeL. t dair)lii.n do not feed until afitr niilkii;g Ii heit
ldr .mather the' floor should I. splrinkleld ju-t h-fr nir milking. to Hlth. hil.
dius t.
Milking.
Whnti the cosat arti nilked In the ol-i.n lot the chances of Ithl miilk
-coniling contamlnated are greater during most of the year Thei hlnd c r-
rles all kinds of germs with the dust, and In this way the milk I- tson
alive with all sorts of organisms.
The manure should not be allowed to accumulate near the dairy barn.
as it is a breeder of flies. gnats. and bacteria. Fresh warm milk very
quickly takes the odor from the manure pile; or if there should Iw a hog
wallow near by. the milk while being drawn from the udder aIll ahborb
the odor.
The iesaels in which the milk is drawn must be kept clean and 'swe-'t
Those that are rough and rusty should be discarded. as it is imlponwlhle to,
cleanse them properly.
The Milker.
All of these necessary precautions may have been taken and yet a vrv-
Impnure milk may be obtained. This It due to carelesstless on the pIart of tih.
milker. Just before milking, the udder and teats of each cow should Iw.
washed or wild with a damp cloth or sponge. so as to remove dust and loose.
hairs which would otherwise fall into the pall while milking. The milk..r
himself must be neat and clean HIs hands should be clean and he should
wear a clean suit and cap. or If not'a suit, at least a milking apron. Oilv
should ne\ler milk with wet hands. All milk that Is In any way q'testionabll
should be discarded. The milker himself should be free from any disea.,-
No one should be allowed to do the milking who has been taking care of the'
sick. or who has in any other way been texlposed to a contagion- disea-,.
There Is no other food product in which disease germs will live and multillll
to readily a.- nilk
Dirty Milk.
There' is nothiKg that detracts from the value of dairy iproduct- st 111111 1
as dirt. t\Evtn if tihe milk sold is itself scrupulously clean. )e t if dell\ ried i;
iottl.-s or c-anai that are wesnimeared with dirt on the outside. the nilk i-
inat;i rally* % coind, lntli d oln sight. Or if butter is ..!s t to market in iun lil
anid dirt\ lnikiiig package'st the value of the. produit i, of coutr-e' L'r.:;tl
rd.l iiic (d Thti .-' waliio utn.% niilk are. a a.- uch etntiltle. l rec<-eiFe u hlite-,i; .
m ilk. tree firi i all irijuniriiu. : rmi :ain l n irgallii 'ii .,- if tie \ i. .i i:.
aln oihe r foid prliiduct


loard of Trade.
riix drug s torcs.
Four .>hr,, :holPS.







t) P t an t ;. % -tore.
Ilce I .ll I "ie'r i.,




"%o i, k,*t -nor,r -.
Tao m ia.:r -lnkl.
T' ,ll r ,,li t .i I- i"
Four A. Inuir ret.
()Ie' ariel!.( c.tore.
Oil' u te Chub -li rary.
Two *taria:: .Iorkis.
Two pl.luuiic hrlichs.



T o Itily rI rp&lV-.


Trtf" -i r-liur tor.







ftsr d, iL l r.i U l..
Oe bluol- ni h'.r .






Toer C hrstn crhtrrm.
OTi daily ,. wspaper. -






Two bard are stores.
One female physi c!~' .







Ytye Baptist che uich.
'Three |Ir -iite stores.



One cold store plahurch.
Oe dwlkly mwspaper.
flea droeyyods steams.

Three sold drish .aim
Onle electric Uaht pisaL
Three blarcksuli shops
Three riwys 9tem.


Flht h- twi\eol.-'nt ord. r-
Twn 's ; i- u'al n..->he-h
I'tiiled StaIte- 1,iard oeftcr
1, F i. A ; :il !; thoiiraTo)r
Thlrt.in Seilidavy s hool<
Two v trn.iary -urgeons.
(ItOe l'r,-h.b trlan church
TTwo C;i':r marllea!ulftorlis.
'iuir real e-tat.- ageinclis
V\',l';,ite 'r fire- di;,artment
\l r:d l:llnil>. r (ompanl-,s.
T rf ... If ,1;-t ('iirlf li,-
A h 'ri- ti.ie.d e irlt 1 z itie .
Two lhotograplh gallerle.
'Two moving picture hbows.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One s-ml-weekly newspaper.
"w1o late Inruraare acalm.er
Fir-t a la.-- -.ew. raei:., -'* t il
Two fe-rtlliz.r mlanufae t r',..
FlMe fnre insurance agl-nilehs
Twc, Ill\ry anid feed stahlez.
Il Kl. ik- C'hll, I., :ili, l ,,,,
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T r. i r t ,, .
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I w,, h,, l a I,. gr ;.t i ,.lh I


% ,i' tl i' l .r rIl.id, (; n>l, .l

TiL.- lh t ip ra hei .- int the- '-
,lut -ide of Jacki.ii,\ ill,
A (.>t.erlio.-eit hluilliilg sta ii1n t,
e.rt.dI to ('t waheU ('Cllp '
81 llilill
Sar.e-uter, naoins pla-te.rr
painters. i rinte-r mal'hinist auii l.1
boring m.-n galore
More miles of paved streets aln1
grasllithic aidl-walks than any oth,
towa in the Interior of the State
AsI S&L.o0 court house built of bncr
ad stono- a beautiful structure and
e lawas. biiwig b bbowy
Coaredn.ise goeuioenL, tc. surround
lim it. oak*e kt amot atIrrcuve lao
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FPlRIDA. APRIL 16. 1909


PLUCK OF A MAGICIAN

Houdn' Experienoe Among the
arabou8 of Algeria.

AN ARAB TRAP THAT FAILED.

The Greet PFrch Cnjursf Stood the
Test and Then by Anoth:r Trisk
Cowed Hir Infuroted Antgnists.n.
The Stery of Palmer's Curse.
There are n.Pio p->in*,1 Of reqem-
lla ir t etw ~ e n te st(,r [f '.,. r.r-':it
rlrm.ch e',njurer. It ,lnrt I: i '.rn nl
the luarnIh uts UiAl tIhl st.t,,r. .f I'.iiiu-
er' A uire. TIh tlr-t n ;:.I1 I.;1 i. tL.
f rklyl m;wnkin,-. 1;.* r *;.:,:. *:: a. n
regaril,( fr.,nm li orl.i9 t il 1" lit ,f

in the flftlte th adiui;.i-:r:atr't vf
thle l'nrenh Af!l ;an eiil i,. V,. re e-i-
oamnl.v bbiapredl I.. the fa:itileina m.ar
ulaimti. u h, ly tlicrr tri. I.4 ** ju: i;-,!I
INtIr'Iadeld their followt.r C.f thliir twin
sulhlrnatural IN.wer.Q aiml tiuse-til Iie
Ihe f to fan the spirit of liiurr..ctln.
HoItulin wasP wat ofllclallyr on a rnchb
warship fto AlIgria toe.uf,,uud tbem.
Whlle his task proved Ctwy. the trip
was not without its daniers.
In AlrIer be had allowed hlmwelf
to be shot at with pistouln iIdet by
the marabouts. But ona In the Inte-
rlor. when be was absolutely without
the tools of hbl proftelon. be was
torred to repeat the elxpriment. He
was frightened, bu be did not allow
bi fears to be perrelved. He persuade.
ed bi asudiete to pnotpoie the test
antil1 e xt mnia I orde t o r that be
mlght pae the night In prayer, as he
was without the talisman that be
needed If the feat was to be perforW-
ed Immedlately.
The night be devoted not to prayer.
but to Insurting his tnrauerabllty. and
the next day before a great borde of
Arabs be msbmltted to the test. The
French conjurer Inslsted that In the
sight of every one the pltols bshold
he loaded by his enemies themselves.
Then he calmiy tik hi. place and
gave the signal. The *sound ,of the pln-
tol had not diled away when Houdin
oipenedl hi Ilm.. sh, wirig the bullet
bIld firmly Itetween hi,, t..tb.
IIId Infurliatc .d nIlvternry n-''bed for
the ,,tlwr Itl0oIl. lutt tiw conjurlr was
too <|ii qck "I*u couldti nota liiiri ime."
h* s;l,|. "lIut n,,w se* hliw ntrll'h lrr'ltr-
e*r ny ,wern ar thre i -i t : 41<
the n.ill I" I ihril. ;i'n|l lt ,11 thil
Shl lle \:i-h at tli. t i;i. I |"il t Cof hi..
ailn there crrilt %.Wl-00 a i:r,.:,t .JpiCl'1 i
qof I ,l1. Th,-' I,.' r l,,,l- -. In terro'r.
,'- ,er.'I l..f' r,.' iih ;e rC. ." Cf lth I:11
rot,,-:ln III:I : i.u .
I.l". f,.rtljI.i.e t .- f .'* th ll II 'u-
din n ilr. If b1 t f1 1II
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IUSINK"S CARnDS

DR- EO. P. PwALDO,

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Sel Phone 1. Alo Lwn Dgeanse,

Da EDxwARD CL'RM
DIESTIT.
,)Mcus in Graham Building. over
Saunders & Earlo. sstor. Pbome
No. 3"Y.



D LiENTIST...


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0 It P T IN t

mom. nvew Da"S A 0s. Sees
Phasw eSit. almstvilis. 1%

W.0L.BAK UK.
A'rrOMNEY.AT-LAw.
dOLICITOI N f CHANICERY.

*AIIIRSVILLS. Ambs Oa., n46h
1" I. InHamsms Slemk.
FURDINAND SAYRI,
AT1PORXZT AT LAW,


GAzuyuaa,


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a liselltwrsilul


J, A. CALI
Trrk-ORNY AT LAW
Lad sehst I la Zen"

Mon' .sm, Oe amel" agd t 6d
eal Pn@Is All bwiaes pumw
sabsied" 6. Os"momst dw feow
am".. GA!nUwILua. Ftamma.


VU&NK cL""M.
CLARK t


210M W. PiUW
FIELDING


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all C(otrts,
IrederaL


8tate aoo


OFFICIAL DIRSCTORV.


---: TEELPHOI
Goveror-A. W. OGlchrlst, Talla-

Ikcretary ofl tate-H. Clay Crav-
ford. Talllaha"e.
Comptroller-A. C. Croo, Talla-
hasp...
Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Tallabas-
e. One of the met valrbrs feature
Attorney-GO.eral-Park M. Tram. of our rvice. to our subcribers amnd
mell. Tallahassee. *t the public generally, Is oer ennea-
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E. tion with theO eteliv long tieam*
Mcl.in. Tal;abassee lins of the American Telephene Mn
SBut. of Public Instructlon-Wa. N. Telegraph Coe'psny and the other as-
Holloway. Tallabasse. scflated Bell Teleplne companies.
IPr'-ide.nt of the .' nat--F M. Hud We own thousands of mileso I lng
'on. Miami. distance lines In the ven State in
which we operate and in addition can
County Oftes connect any telephone in our sem
County OnMue:
Switch lines extending to any otler city
Clerk and Audltor--L H. Wlenas. en which a nll Telephone system is
Ganesv ille. eperate.
Supt. Public instruction -Dr. IL Tihe i taid e lne 1ar o the
Kellcy. Gaineavlle. T ln ln w f
Kelley. R Gainesville. nest modern and improved esnetrus.
SheritE--P. O.. Ramse. G esville and re maintainld at a h
County Judgl-H. O. Mason. Galeo. s t of lnkley. T Senl yopstes.
vtlle.
Tax As- or--W. W. Coloon. Galae
Ville.
Tax Colector-W. aMDicklnacs.
Gainesville. Sout m Bk
Treaurer-J. D. Matbose Gaina e
Ville. .
Supervtoor Regstratrc-J. C. Mce
Grew. Galnesvllle.
Couaty Com m sionrr-Joln 0.
Dampler. Chatlrma, Hatge; J. r.
Towuavn Campvlle; J. W. May. --
Archer. Chas. W. Summers, Treatoa;
O. P. Canaan, Ganesville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks Chalrman, Hawtborn; J. W. BUTBlR JORDAP.
Moody, LaCrose; 0. W. Miller.
Trenton.

Ca0ns:.- v io JORDAN &
Members House-ayd L. Carter,
Galaestille; T. A. Doke, Baata Pe. IN S U C

city ""leI: "ItNSUm O
iy tOl e: W ar i la tE


Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Stands.
President; Geo. K. Broome, S. J. Bur-
nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves, 8
M. MlixFon. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hlampton, secre-
tary: l. P. Dutton, E. J. Baird, J. H.
Vidal.
The want ads. do more real ertat*
business than all other brokers com-
hincId in fact, they "ltart" most of
thb business that tte brokers ant
agents On-'


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IT'S FRESH EVERY DAT!,
*'. I" ''ik Novelties, Books, Stationer)
S.'i .ut .* ; T1 *..
S.*r ,, .S Souvenirs, Sbeet Pictnms
i':I i re' a ind Pifture Frames .

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Phone 165.


E BAKERY 100 Est Liberty Stet,
R. T. Schafer. Prop GIIESVILLK. F


LORIDI


TALKS


tme Sysim


Separating in
uwntry. are


vrtees stionl of as
uIvworm in their eUp


mont and In their methods of epe

only by reason of this tr"Me
arrangement between theI Sol Tes
phone eempenee Is It possible to o t
a sell Telophene aimo t anPMweab
Mak for "Lng Distame" bad be pot In
communleatien with almiMt May p t
In the o ntry.
This vast nwor of wires, rost.
Ing thrtgvho the O oti tI inused
daily I aemmereO and foe sel pus
pass by the benK r, the rmer and
atisas In all wekt of Ulie and a
plat te s A IpsrlftAn ItA tlAk tis
ieat sh"l&


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COMPANY


tANCE
GAINVILL., PLOUDA


Fire, Life and Accident I.I"'." ,"


Are YOU Beim "Huted?"


One of today's m t ads. may be heating ym--ram
inthe city for you. It may have s mm for yo m d t st
personal importance-one that, when youl t it, and heed
it, may change the immediate currents of yoor activities, of
your interests--may even place around and about yet mew
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely new
start in a business way.


MORE THANA U00E OFA CENTURY,
We h4ove beeie. a.&ppYijig te.,
ineea.Js of Mach incY UScv&
We Co.yr3 CJcvage topir of
POR~TABLE AO.DSrATiONlAIRy E &oIES1BOILO
ER % S Q M s, ll o~ Yo o A We rkw:f phA I X-
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MAkrS8V bO~MPANY
%i a cbvritsr ArTLA oTA


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Isn't it worth wiil, to try to fnd cat wheth r this may
not be true--today, tomorrow, or very soon?


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:


$300
3 so


Pef galk
4 Boltks
( RBtteS
it P ttles


FOUR FUJLL Q

MVAJAD 513





11 1c n r1


SJAOUOIlaLF-


Blends


Jim Bodr"se
b" Slingpr
I W Itarper

11. ( !ut',r

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Per 4
Cal bots
$350 $4
4 PCI) 5 9,
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Lapffm C?


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W'c Prcpjy Exprv%% ChJrc%(u On All Goods
A"L "sees Ant 5 UPLtunl ~.


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UIsIcd As Abovc


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The Joseph Zapf Co.-- Jacksonville, Flortda


I Real Comfort In Every Drop


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THE DAILY BUN: IAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA. APRIL 16. 1909


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T*~ Ire" msawams
mf"m ma m-80 otftftf

WhO Sm Happgmmm sad WhMI Sm m
Smr--- Thre arnc~mI



The 'w W Mfaster l


Typewriters to rent. W. L Denham.
rgsm SOUl mobe ke had t Phifers
J. 0. Aair" a ft yestray for a
about bmslmisi t to Ahwb


7% pimeft owt isg"or, but On
I" so tino l t soatPhigfem
C. V. Jolly o Waldo was among
se iwirdow to the City yesterday.
W. M. Dviesm0 o1 High irfingid'
mma v idmm I* i ef ti ewesay
o r 6- dm Ir. wo ft any
4llmo t Cft d Mm -PAWsrw
J. L Wm of Waft Was too"
the ooe vibWwstom the dty Yes-

Soral b "t mow from a
Am Vo s omw. whiro he Visited

Rev. 0. B. Tbromehr o fMisaopy
ww -m tOe hbusines vherw to

do d C eahm ar m S
"m dI Is 1N Odam hi hpw
PH" WUs. Sew b W. N. 3mr
mIMIW VO M IS S Sm fl0R

Is dat Imwila m ANN hdoo
Nm I3L J. hpm T ohf arrived
to 0 h -r-i ba She pbemmu
a t femera O hN bmroIher. 3. 0.


313 sbeb. e m businessfr
Uerm@W wher hew USt booeibe..

L F. LAFtee aiSd buly ON mi.-
mo e moouuo to oant'.ism theCity
m@iw tobe petat the Ismeral
svml 61ofh luer's bretbor. 3. 0.


S


The 4T"res
AMOW OWbiWeisof t atPif.?m.
Joane take ad *if*e of Alachua
were vOthil to tae ty eeterda)
Ulm Van TaylW of Rocki Point
was a victor to lM.' c it. le .rda
hWinag cowf. in on a Rhol-1,it1. 60% !%

Hardy Jarvis has p go to Itri01n
Ga.. and sIII spnd the twit t'so
weeks there visiting hip hrotber. II
J. H. jar'i.i
Capt V H [tell of Waldo a former
-lerk hi the S&aboa.trd 4 pot in thl-



chbne man of reer %',tt a %: i' 'Ir t,
the cit. '. es.rd,-i If' .p :ar'- r,


V. C. U. ART 9XErl?


V*lg Be C- adoei it me. 4"WONm
Omut street
Th-. art.hflnlot n Fridlay f'erfi"Ml
and *OnoIIhIK at 44,, Conurl stre.'t
% \1 r W F Vo, un Icvr I h
Ow-net df 0 tfit t.-in raric
inoltratc 'le'1doiatrtmooeit of li. W' (c
T U sill I, t,.at it, in orit. r
'o rtfferd (-e I-ertnnt i t:.

\hfi oa, s ig!\ 1 i
1.7* Ic f I're''L ayrnIMv'rrt ic

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nied 1tv hi% little M.I I ,, .' v. Ii! .t'- !' .. r 1I
lpelial Agent Ct'a- Pih.k -n h i A: ,
the A. C I. has rettur:nled froti, i. I-: f. t ,.- t.. t* t* i- I
business trip to point. iin thl *t -. r ** t t L.- r
er part of the county i. a* t '. i. t n
k t ill 1- ,i.l', : t L 1 ';,, ; ( I i r ,
Tom Rua No Risk-Spe.eify [ltlntI .s .( I ,u t IL .. "
Ribbo vanilla and you are certain olf AdEiol iii :. t
getting the best extract that mone.
and experience can produceAL OF J. 0. LAO
SC. A. Marks and wife of Waldo ar ___
irtor to Oainesville. and will r .Remains Arrived Last Night Fro
main for the next several days a Washington City.
guests of the family of T It Ellis. 8r
The remains of the late J O La
Col. Fred Cubberly. District At Fonti:- arrive in th- t. last night
orney fir the United Btates cour:.t Ln frn
for this district arrived Ia the cli. ,arhiutA,,ti an ser t at the d.-
yesterday on a short i.rofelsiona" it t. e nii frienid- anid t .-.crtedl t .
:visit *h hlol, .f hi liarent..t Mr land \tr,.


Mrs. J. M. Turner and Mr. Wv'. E
Raker of Lake View were among th<
shoppers visiting the city yesterday
Wile here they were guests of thl
family of Sheriff P. G. Ramsey.
B Wlliamsoa ad V. H. Chas
have returned fon New York City
where they have been for the past
to days on bineuss connected witt
the estate of the late C. W. Chase.
i. V. Ihaver has returned from.
nlrmingham. Ala. where he was call
ed account of the serious illne1
of his father. He reports the condl
tio of the patient much improved.
A G. ab ad wife of Mlcanopy
were among the shoppers visiting the
eity yesterday. 1:r Lamb states
that there is a large acreage in bean,
ta his section and the farmers hope t
realize bandsomely from this erop.


KTIIKT
-ME-

Just ar.ived a car

ftma M"Ih
Iood or fli'y
wouldn't to lienr.
Low prit~l ,,r se
wouldn't le telli ':
you albIt0 lt thte,'i v
Jut ttiink ,,l tl..
kilI of IITr.-e r
dell* I )WIiA ilAt 4? i
0- 61- iil< i li
it At


Cl AWF.ORD & DAVIS'


THE 6. W. HYDE COMPANY


ANN' ScItI'' 'F: Fn l:


FRIDAY


AND


SATURDAY


GIGANTIC ,iMNANT SALE


h fill "ti I:4.161 ll4.,1 41)11 11'&-1 111.4


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I~it!& t'it-, ll 4l fi h 11 Ie al %.t~- '~ I a leit1
ro,1I.-i1 ~l thgI I -ll i e a
all lla Ia' l' .' tt ake
tile btlyi~a. lig 11-4a .t'.Ing is1 4o01'it, I it aih aj '.ah to
all ecoiiomivid iia ou.mt'" Ive.- ud wljiaau.thur.

-~TH ki G- W I I I'DE (OM PANY


et Us Keep Your Books for Yom

Depulip y -r witbh usal d pl r Ubiul by chick. It will
e yp tWub Iob aud youI- check i ysor uoepl

Phlifr Brow. anker |


L.. N. I.aFonti*i. e on %'ept Church
street. here they will remain and
may he h\l'tsd tly friend until th
soon hour today
Father Lynch of St. Patrick' Catho-
lie church will conduct the funeral owr.\-
Ices from the church thbl afternoon
at 3 o'clock and the.remains will bt-
laid to rest in Evergreen Cemetery.
The following gentlemen have been
requested to act as pall-bearers and
will meet at the offices of the Thomas
I'adertaking Company at 2:3o o'clock
T. H. Stringfellow. R. E Daris. A F
O'Neill. B. F Hampton D M. Tom
kes and Arthur Boring.

The "Toast Master."
For ale- One hundred mosquito
Imrs. dust-soiled but in good condi-
tion. 23 to ,4o cents each. Apply at
the Ilrown hioulu
W. R Brown of Mclntosh. one of
the successful farmers of that place.
Aas greeting his numerous friends in
the city )exterda'
J A. Phifer has returned from a
-hort business s iiit to Morriston He
weit for the pur;-,c-' of atte.ndliig the
al*' at thit .ti *l0 .ltrdTl.
Five-roonm cottage to rent on block
djouining square. formerly occupied
by W. L l Arande. city sattr. elec
trie lights. beas-rage. bath. a:,d all
nI(xtlrii (c in' n t :o A;'I, t, 1Mrs
It II M(Crtar-. or Sun office
.Joliin Y,,.zng ( i:s:.a (G,'vt'rln i.t
iii -. t r '. r i t 1 r. I 1 .:., .. f
ri i n1 th. %%.I.il l ; .il w .


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C,. A. FAIRE keiTH,
(as- Iier'


THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


('C ai ital .' t...k ............
-iirp l .r3-' Liability. ..
1irplii .\Ac',iilit .-. .*. .


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United States, State, Cunty and City Depository


SWe Nve Tw Seites of ice Offices Fr Rut in Oar Blildig,
Iwtbwest Crwnr of the Squre.


..WANTS..


5c.


..INVESTMENTS..

WE 1AK FFEm


BONDS
At Very Airacti Pco
*.,,4 7. m (i~tlc' C imlt.\ Iia 412
cent due' 14'.l at lee.:
Slei ces( 14.4114 ('0.uiai1 ; I'*


1.e,.,,o Inaiv!.-. ilk' ier .t.t 11-
11 a l at 1,1 t-.
FOR RINT. 1i.." iigh 1rirg. ,'r -' '.'t
at 140.
FOR RENT Thr-'' furnihtd or un lle.o.'is. Jackson\ille ;, il r c( it :'.
fuirnflhed roomn: el-ctric lights. hot at l1"e,.
and cold baths AIlpl at Sun office i 11.:,. L Ja( ksonoille -, Irer (cent 1936
at 11"%
FOR RENT-One ix-room and two $loilol lIake City 5 per cent lue
Ave room cottages in South Ganle- 193.:, at 1l.
vlile Apply to Coffin Fctory office. $5.-4 Jax Electric Co. 5 pler cent
192; at 9*%.
"OR RENT-Five-room cottage n $ 2.70, Monroe County. Fla per
block next to square; city water, cent due l C..at 9i .
electric lights, bath room and all (Accrued Interest to et adlt.t
modern convenience. Apply at this We have for sale all th.e i ..alin
orice hank stocks throughout th. Stat*-
Ask for quotations and general IltfJr-
POR SALL nation.
Stock of the Consolidated Naai3
FOR SALE Nice grey mare. 16 hands toes Co. pays per cent every six
high; got to sell. J. B. Mson. Cit. 'moths. We have l0 shares for .ale.
FOR SALE-Pair of good mules and at $140 a share. This company cai-
wagon. Apply to Jeff Simon. ai talized at $?. .e** has a surplus of
front of Dutton's Bank.
Wire us your orders.
BARGAINS IN USED PIANOs.
Fine upright Stelnway." used short U6 I S
time: cost $7T0; in good condition. Mutual Life Building
;oing at .":,,. Iong Distance Phone No. '.
Best grade "Estt'y" upright. used
-,.ve ral y.-ar- but gti .-.,,. W ill take : i$ .
A ood riquare' I'lani. for $77- The awake pLroo reads the want
Hefcre' ucu hliu anv1 lialiico gct my ad. every day-and answers orle al-
lrices and s-ae nirin y *u-tI ia (of:'i.
W I. I ILL j .. ..
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NEW COUNCIL MEET.

Elect G. K. Broorre Chairman of the
Board for the Term.
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Mr V ; Fritts. Ote-'njAt.t. N Y
artle M) little girl atd greatly
beneflitd by taki g Fiolery Ortio
L-uatlv.. al I thlk it is t*h best
pei4yl fo(r CouPtliiat&uo nd ll*er
trouble" Fole) Orilo LXati isa
beat fur womes and children as it
Is mild. pleasant and elreetve. ao as
Sapl. uidA *par medical. au ;
,clmas-.the sltalm s4ad csr the
pieaiutm J W IMeCtlil Co.


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as they who will not see.
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ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT r"
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First National Bank
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Established Over Twenty Years


surpluo, $:-A,Ooo.(oo


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