Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01640
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01640
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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Th, i'Si, REPORTfr AiilP-14,,l21n

lI 1.. -t f i l d ,lt ir, ,I I

Body is WellUp With its Work, &d Many Members

Are Spending Sunday at Their hess.

TAI.I..IIASSEE Alril T1 -The I ,. Ixhliiin .-al;.tr of Attori G(;oncie3ral.
|ler Hous o(f the- Florida l.lgii-aliir< Seiati Itill N\o 144. b1 Iki.ton-
will conililete thl- second sw.-k of th .tii('c.llinii (e rain tax ale -certift
fess The ro:iiniitllt'i hnm'iv lenl prS': r S.nat.- Hiill No I :.2 l, Adklns-Re-
(onsidratilon of the niayv bills. remo- latiIl; to conmiltlnim l t of minors to r.e-
lutions and other nititr-s refe4,rre.d to i ori school
them. and the calendar standtl p.rar- Sniiat Hlill No. i.'.;:. ly Vest To
tically cleared The Seniati.i i- no ilr'. |Irotectt llandlords against destruction
ten d.ays ahead of tn,' rc.ord olf n( orl of pro(e).rty. bh tcnnantt.
,f th: .ii t f ;, T7 To daf t' ir Seate. Hill No. 1~:. hby McCreary-
t:ave I..itn introduced ltil hills. lhi-ides Prohilbitiig log (carts on certain |ulb-
nuimemrous resolutions. sonime of which lie .o ,i-
t.re joint and Nroo)7rr!rn I'l'k-, t',- No T h Sloat-For joint commit
Lower Hlouse. the- SeInate did not al- (.to*o 1o i1t- to cInfer with State offi-
journ at noon Friday until :3 p. nl cial. regardiig re-li-f of counties at
Monday. hut will meet again at 4 p, f- ni. this afternoon. provided a qluor nin f I 1 \ ;:" I
is present. The members are tired by Illl. oin second reading:
a strenuous week of work. and as 8Senate Hill No. 24. by Williamns-
many have gone honim to slIntd lSun- Relating to railroads. Reported un-
day it is mquit(e likely that a quorum favorably. Indefinitely postponed.
will not answr r t, the rll call il1il No. 7:. by iayton-Prohibiting
Motion to adjourn until .Monday catching of food fish from Crystal
wais niiadoe how-vr.br tut ol)ojctionl to river with nets in Citrus county To
the sa- e w :i, rai.sl bd h So natnr ItHard. thir, r.l *!gi1.
who statedl that ihe wa.s anxious to 11111 No. 8. Dayton-Providing for
liha ti t Setiat.- take. uIp and oas- traiisfer of money from one county
illnnrl di:att\ th, bill .i;.:l-'li.i t;: ,,. 'it. fund to atlother. To third reading
Wf I',n-a(, ola t ( conii,;:c aiuil <;a'r. I ll No .'" I3.Daton Allowing cir
l t ( 't coi ':i.i i r, .*r a i l n'i. lil uit juodg,"- clerical aid. To thi rdt
-d m unici|lal iii|>rovi,.ll, t- i cl dinh i : l"" ti
the' ,a:iing f -itr-e't.-. ,.01 Thi.s hill Iill No ,I by McMullen- Requiring
wa ; intro liic',l t1 Mr Stok. of Es- 'olrdi.r of county comllnissitonlrs to;
<:;iil;i int I H the lion -,* of It .r.'-snta. adla rti.- for bids for public work
t'v ;inol j,;i --' I Il til. ,o itn l lh' lllnd for suioplie-s. To third reading.
S.-t::it' t:it toild-+:. M ;: It; ard w ill :!! '. ". '2 \VW i;!lar:: -!ji-omo al .'t
.it .:;, rfop' .ol'of-c.i that it Ie t;tak,'ll u ;I i l.ol i I fronii holdinK
E t la or < ci o' r ;i p;oi; toi i t '>t or :i" iig ;a
o ro a o nirrs To third r;eldiing
?0.11it.1 r *i.:l ihlrl n *'l( ,! ; I r.' n-lli
o kiill! No, *.\ \William- -For reogu-
I'n % '-t. ilio c'\I, iho il .I .1t he 111 i .
1;ttloll oi t- E ro t -ooteit 18lo'. tiu'-
01 to lion \\ illi.ain .1. Illni ...- lia in t I
.idli '--. the 'hl ri;l. I.. .:r-l.tliiar li l l i s r t li r
ro r;-olat o 'II ;.r.a .1 | I' :* b. \

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under was Eachcl of thei four (cl.iasm
has s.elowtold four slw'ake'ri as its re'p-
reienilatiue s In the coi-tostt Ii oratory
and declamationl. Th. Frehnien and
hophomnore render declanatloni, the
Juniors and Seniors deliver original
orations. The sieakers selected are:
Freshmen Class-E. A. Taylor. A.
A. Baker. W. A. Shands and C. 8.
ScL;homore Clans-H. 8. Glalzer. P.
S May. M. I. Mershom and W. C.
.Junior Class E T. larno ). E
(Capliltnman. (). lDrant. i 1)l. ll.,r
Senior ('lass-;. II. Anie,. W.
(;ill.o. R Kay and W. It .Mrtin
In addition to these declamations
and orationis. a saliltator and lsale-
dictor) will lbe delivered hI. the fir.t
and second hol.or men of the gradnl-
ating class. These hoorts. however.
(annotI ti decidedd until the fliital
marks fcr the year are in.
The invited iseakerrs, as has already
hben announced. are Dr Jat H. 1il-
lard of New Orleans and r.r Albert
II. Curry of Memphis. The former
will deliver the address to the grad-
uates, the latter will preach the
liaccalaureate sermon.

A very spirited meeting of the st-l-
dent body was held on Wedunesday
morning to elect the staff of The Pen-
nant. the student journal, for the ses-
sion of 1909-10. The campaign for the
offii.es. although conducted in the most
friendly manner. was extremely enthu-
siastic. each student wishing his can-
didate to win. The election resulted
as follows: dltor-li-chief. II. *L.
T'homlpson: Anhoriate Edittr. II. langs.
lin. Library Elditrr J. W Shiands;
r:e 'ln..,:* KEditor P 14 y; Athlettei
'dit :" 'K A Tavlor: I'1 >1 t:,'itcr
i A. I ;tE'or Itl,-in '.- 2'. a'ilt,;|g: r I ('
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I'rma llia i l ti t l ie ;iz:ill.e-rlliR i.ist.
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*lio n for fi'ld sos rk T'hat ii.lit tleY
all-,p* I ;it th. I il Mitll lHoslo ra
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iovestigatkd of lterl Iarevvemd Fmi W

Prove terestmg--lmirtN to yM

TALLAHA88EE. April 17.-The
commission elected by the Legislature
of 1907 to Investigate the acts and
dolngsof the Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund has made a volum-
inous report embracing a large amount
of testimony as well as documentary
evidence. The research seems to
lalse. le n thorough and complete.
'I here v a% no difference of opinion
among tie memniber of the commis-
sion until they reached that portion
of the reliort that deals with the Ie-
zal contention of the tnstees' gen-
* r.al (:.oiuIns. f rnmr (Goernor Jen
inget. when Judge Syd L. Carter.
rhairnman of the commission. differed
as to the law and filed a dissenting
ophi..,n on that point.
The commission finds that the trust
was coupled with the obligation to
drain and reclaim the lands; that the
land granted to the railroad compl-
nies weas only the residuary Interest
therein: (hat at many times during
the existence of the trust there was
waasteful milrnianagemnent; that many
of the acts. both an the early an'
later administrations. were inexcus-
able and that the Improvident ex-
ipnditure of the trust fund upder the
guise of payment for legal services
to f;v:rved attorneys are deserting of
the highest celnimre.
Made Special Order.
I'pon request of Judge Carter. Rep-
resentative fronl Alachua. the House
of Reprebentatiell-s made the report of
ht.- llommirision the splecial order of
.i.,'. ar Wedlnes.day. April 21.
;.i i 'tie! ..- ('rto r. (huirnnii of the,
:.l '' II I1- oI t<"l to It s e a full
l >-I :IIt t s o lil-esl.mataion of the< whii ol
i.itirt i i orieom otf tti h i r-tr and~
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anything la more recent year that
resemble a garden tapiemet it HI
be called a sple.
livitaltie to Mr. Uya.
During t he day's semlo, Mr. Ca"
kins of Nassa offered the bewlag
"Be It resolved by the Hoa otse
rementatveT: That th Hou. Wll
Jenning Bryan of Nebraska be rtivi
ed to address the Hose of Repr
sntatives of the Llaislature ofe Iar
"..I It further resolved that the
chief clerk be Instrueted to teigraph
this resolution to Mr. Brysa."
1 he resolution was adopted by viv
voce vote there being so opposftki u
offered. The purpose of the rnoitio
Is to give Mr. Bryan an opuprtuaty
to appear and defend himself agalst
certain statements made by Hea.
Frank Clark Cogresmmam from the
Second district. In his apeeh ta reply
to the charges embodied Ia resotatl0r
introduced by Mr. Alexander of Vo
Upon learning of the action of the
louse in adoptiag the resolution Mr.
( ark. who Is here with his wife.
stated that should Mr. BryaS acept
tie Invitation and attempt to mawer
the invitation he (Clark) would be
on hand and was desiros of betag
granted the opportunity of aewerllg
any statement Mr. Bryan should
ltLing well up with Its work the
I.ouse adjourned shortly after the
noon hour until 3 p. m. Monday. and
nirny of the nmambers caught the
olt- goilll trains In the afternoon for
hornc tIo sl-vnd Sunday. Nearly i.
'I.- ha ~e been introduced in the
'Ii ii-. tio date. This IL a record for
i IwoI'lkr. of work The House ha,
'**liOiimratlid tl h'itt it it i. e a enul wo
iUK twoe!% amld all r.ecord.4 f r resu,
will doubt l-s hai\ t iien iniimaihed
whliiin their lime for the ending of the
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Death Penalty

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?*ILARAMOM Aprl 1.-That the
buft480M pr~ass to ym
so mmot SO a de-

at a&s~ ofthe pm

mmomItl I
3m ad SUN" memad

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Or pas~mble A dUs Sime

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ash. b Sm dwa b. d-
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*ft Mr. maclmh

I- '- s B m fe to some m
a UN.Mal al if. we -f tdwel.a
muow or.S iw-s6%w Ony-s

4" frda t us -" Tws 5o e
*"r a M soe fbha. e @ hRa

M-lmr-6f'- d01mM h ftld l ta
4d ft a* s m. smo Snlasg Is a

an ef eamt ever, smmy
aftod aS. hW ruM d thiew
m of de Swo has om Moved. and

Usf #a Ona Mammisim. s a
b5mmeat -U redm assi m 0 man
p"Salt INS lseUNuwrmltymStates.
OftB rshe -r two hooks
.-I~i's Pesowe Speller. Part
Imilida 12c aeb. The thrseeform
51 books inawse mst 5e. The two
boks adopted esot anly 24e, 1... than
baN the price of the books formoorly


Lmv. iwewt o ein eswis of Meet-
amp at Advent Chrietima.
Te Advet n Chrtlaa church will
bla a seres of revival meetings on
Mamday t at 7:30.
The' so evie wil be under the di-
sect mpervistm of Rev. C. H. Sweet.
wo has been egagd in evangelistic
ork eI MLassaausets. New York
ad Coanecticut, but now at Dowling
Park. Flrida. Rev. Sweet is a noted
evageHll. having founded afteen
church organizations. He is a mas of
Intensely interesting manner in his
utterances, conducting his meetings
ti such a manner as to reflect credit
upon all Christians and their towns.
His courteous manner and straight-
forward method win the confidence
and love of all who hear him.
M tltlna nv-r lirht tkrtim hr th

"1 readers the book adopted are I n' .'n u t.e
at .. prt as prevail to State week. beginning Monday night. A
Viaformlty States. The First Reder cordial invitation is extended eie-ry
recall in two tim.. leklth edition. one. Ministers are' eciall) nluceid.
S c. or I board edition at Sc. gi and will be asked on the platform ~ath
at 3k, or la board edition at Itc. sit-
the speaker.
bl the patras the choice of either th p r
All Ch Driti.iiil of all dJ'lilinoi inatl ,on
edlton. The sme reduction obtains All hr of all deoi
are ask,.d to, ilartii'icp' al in th,. r,--
is all the other grades of readers, thb.re ak t'ati in th- r
rival nie-'ti g- the 1ai 1 (a l ob l, I I. lii
prices being reduced from 2o per cent
the Fiallati,)ii of Io to 30 per cent. saving hundreds of the ala ,,of ou hir
dollars to the' pupil s. .
field'ss History. In abwclal edition. of J T .ii- t
was adopted at f.< The' former pri(ce, trl-l< ti .
church h. Iit -tl- i. i ll i Ig l,, ,I .
belong $1 for the regular edition
A liiUllK I',,ipl. .- ia i ( it.i" t-* !
"Mllne's Artllhmetic in tiWCldal edi4
organized alit h tift a four nrs ith.b r s
tion at 4c is tio b used instead oforganized iftfr r i
the edition sold at .;e, Thesm- bookR.
are identical itn sulject niattir and Rhu m.
2uc will be saved on each book pub More than iii ii.-out (1f %ory t. in ca
lished. of rhb umniti-n are -iip r il:. a,..it ;i
"In geography. Redway's was of lh*e' mus I-". diue' ,o ,t I r i,. i
adopted in the regular edition. nSmith -or Chrtnilc rh.uiiai-i-iin In -iu !i a -
Arithmetic and Hyde's Grammar also no lillternal tre'.ictei,.t i. re.-luired The
in the regular edition Ifree tI'llicatimn of l t ('ihait -rlirla l.11-
"Quite a number of companies meant Is all that is une'rded. aied it i-
were represented and the books cre certain to ilt.- quick r. ll-f Gi~v It
adopted from American Itlok Con ( la- a trial and A'e' fror ),ur',*lf bhec quick
my. Ginn & Co. Heath & Co. All.un l it relivios the pain and dorb.ee--
& Bacon, and McMillan Company The nmedicines usually giten into rn
"By the adoption of the special edl ally fur rheumatiiu are iKilonous or
tkos. the Comaty Board of Public In very strong medclines They are
-.. -_ ior than *uselet In ra** est l r hroni

truconua nsa secur-o ini)Kt rn.ir a.
save several thousands of dollars to
the people of Alachua county during
the mnet four years. and demon-
strate beyond the shadow of a doubt
that the County Superintendents at
their meeting at Lake City were wise
is condemning 8tate uniformity The
local authorities retain the p4w)er of
selection, and thus ireiveut too maln
changes and at th, samei tinet. th(\
obtain all that in t. t and h.al*,. .I
I bNoeks under lthe state I'ltiforni' i
a.bhou" l. .

We o (fte-ij aeciuder LIow isat
ca:n Ut- iecrtuaki .1d ,tt' t.Lli c&

etle!42. atiri lung tr''u I I

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17 ig

fxoled lilito 4et( 'll[it a ,, Vi 0 I : I
oth*r r ulji title. ''the I. il ii. i ,, I
talus lu harnful drui:- anl, iin ii i1
yellow package J H' MlC'olliin a
t yoe have lost or found uaythin
So Doe fail to keep Tour eye oa tU
mgla ed advrtalg sowMs&

and :us'ular rheumaUatu
by all druggists

For palt.

Car Laded With Help.
A special car of the Illinois ('Cn-
tral paa sd through the ita)y est.r-
Ida loaded altt hLotel i, Ip froe, T.Lnii
iia Ir i i aat scaIfe- P t w i .- t, *
Ill Thl- wlie t cOl lli~',i lh.1' it ll ii
t.Ilp wt n< h .lille Srjili .,a h t i s i
.ili1 r. ',i i>- Nor lih fir IC i .i|,!,

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Sig Deal at Micanopy.
MICANOPY. April I.--o ur ti-%ii
and couiniunit% c4'Eitt 1s11. to jor ei-j.p.r
Quite a niice little de.il %a, cl .:ia iI-
ui3ate'd hoere' on th., I .Ah iii:'t Ah- u

it) Mr. Laucr. t,e .. iteel l.iianat%\.', Lim-
ifi-A. a4.- 1 -Ct I. ic- la:. N1 Fr. 1.r %

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A Baby St's.'. i C'nesvIlle
W .Iljto' 1d 7j%, 0t1i ( :t. !, .1-
by %% ml II %% a t);-- 1riL'' Ni 71 '1 .
can to he-alth y a ho P,01- r, iTf iii
w orni:.. and tiii -t l'..mtoies do Ill.'*-
thv% are' k;.t :r,. 'frirli th. m % ith
Wto s Cr-cam:i V. raiug..- Act-

t'.. loth, rr. ie+4t1 atte-rxi;t to t()ia '
o L..dreu 'A itlhout WAiitu* (* r ran
Ve'rmituge. 'ri ce 2 Ck-LtS. Sold bU)
W. M1. Johnson.

Card of Thanks.
~ with t* .I\rt -- elr grat.tul.-
to A J -Io n .& I I r qt i t f oie i i f at h k i ke a
Ied to u o, It, ll % ho cuII.fortte edaiu-
~sUt.1aIO-41 Un uIllour .r#e 1tit iornT.i

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If )uu Lat\r fuul ari)thlt.g see If
is adtnirtld 1: the Want t(oluulrl

top it! Why coughSitopFit!
Stop coughing! Couigtiaii zpijj" s xid t Slop it! 4.oughing
prtprs the throat -iid Iviit, fr ni ,t!% trouubk. StoPit! Th,.mrtis
noithing so ba1J dler a 4 ptW .'.,iti S Slp it' .y#r'b Chcrry
csn.. I %t.* ,g9 i ., *' e)*)i dw6 i
Cine. 1, w. it .1 (, &F.1 ,

It will soon be time to


DOvine 0tleessW Will S Held at All
Ptaeo ef Wer~tp.
Service will tb observed at the
various churches of the city today as
First Presbyterian Church Rev T
P. Hay-Morning service l -3o a m ;
sermon by Dr Andrew Sledd. Sab
bath school 3:30 p. a. lesson topic.
"The Conversion of Paul." No even-
Ilg service owinl to absence of pai
First Baptist Church. Rev. S. R.
Rogers-SBuday school 9:30 a. m.
PreachlIg 10:30 a. a ; subject. *Our
Home Land." Junior B T. P. '.
2:30 p. a.. Senior H. Y. P. U. 6:45 p.
m. Preaching 7:30 p. m; subject. "A
Chosen Few The ordinance of Rap-
tsm will be admlnlstered at the een-
ing service.
irlit Methodist Church, Rev F R.
Bridges-Sunday school 19: 3 a. m.
Preaching 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
League meeting 3:30 p. m
Advent Christian Church. Elder J.
T. Johnson-Preaching 11 a m. and
7:30 p. m. Subject for morning.
"Fasting and Prayer.'" Niht. "The
C'pardonable ain-How Comaitted."
Baptism at the cloe of service. Sun-
day school at 3 p. m. Young people'
meeting at 7 p. a. Revival meetings
begin Monday night In this church at
7:30. Everybody cordially Invited.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Rev.
P. J. Lynch-Mas- will be held at 10
a. m. Devotion of the Holy Rosary
at 4 p. m.
Holy Trinity Church, Rev. P. H.
Craghilll-First Sunday after Easter.
Holy Coamuniam. 7 a. n.; morning
prayer and ermo. 10:30 a. m.; Sun-
day school. 4 p. m.; evening prayer
0ad sermon. 7:30 p. m.

Ohiets to Streg Ma i lass
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. There
Is no need of internal treatment in
any case of muscular or chronic
rheumatism. and more than nine out
of every ten cases of the dlat-ae' are
of one or the other of these vari.-ties
When there Is no fe-ver and little iif
any) swelling. you may know that it
is only necessary to apply Charmber-
lain's Liniment free-ly to get quick re-
ilef. Try it. For sale by ail drug-

FOOTE & DAVIES CO., General Dealers
14 Womt FmiS St..P Jac1ul6, Feriia



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Si,- ,,,, I t itI, an' d, likt- ;ll
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SM. CUSHMAN* Apt, Gainesville, Florida,
A t. CUSIHII, at, G6inville, Floridr

wace, and ai
until turned out-that, om
without overheatniag i
Soom- The


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n %$%0 ni t "$elsee s
Fire, Life and Accident : ,

IM; .--.MAKE THE- 1! I

Your c,,uIn-,-l'r ir n re.fr nc- to Lanl T tl... W. 1 l.--.rN ; ,. ,nur r.',-t.:.a*r-
thel a-lvanta.t'- *' ti!.- ,t.rvw-, t)o ie *' n lr omI frn a co',nim,.-te A .t tract uf A i l.*-
Pl.ant. in.lh a. e have. (ur ilT r.!eO r- atr 'Iip t", I tTE.

The Alachua County Abstract Company
B 1:. '**I.-4)N. P'r. -i.!.nt. I C. I:O W11 :-. -.. -Tr. a-

ue one.

It is time NOW to
buy one.


t the one without
the odor. Keeps
thig colder -
keeps ice longer.

It i a pleaure to
show them : :

YI va I I

Here It Is!





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The Sun and Business Men Combine
on Three Desirable But Ex
pensive Prites.

I it Soil .il l ;. h1 i Ia i l i I ,~t -
-i\t lin i r<'t; iil~ h.l\ i liilliai .i i I tl
|>re lhiioi-d Io.ttimid ,l io i.ih i mi i Il itu li
tali.led at $.'"1. uilnl Iw5 |i.iLnio- thlit
vill le gi .tt a :it a) ill tih .. ; ie 11t:ill
i. t .I- t'i, r **4 lit co( it.-t wI hii i li pro\
* I -0i j.a I i .: ~ti' h a1 liaro e i ilt
' l I t I ; I. l 'l i *, u t ti* ll l tll
, \ i ,l t l, ,i t I I lt l '
11 1: 11 I ;, 11L Of
I' i .1 i I :. i l: i- t i ,i 1 1. i e f
aill bill, a dl :>Il., iall i a-h li cl:. ,
T ho. ,, l. % %\ it. l I n i,\ ii .! i .t *!:-
trit.' in ornl r that Itl>. girl- o. t Ithit
coueitr> w ill I., gi\', .t :.!I: .
il g ili (ih' *Io t!'.a ili .it, I n l 40r tloit t I !, lit I ill th IoItaI.- V(' ll i
the Siat.
Throli e til ti- w ill lie t r:',r ,'* i
t.i l" i;;'d i.'! 1:1 ', ii 1 i ;..0 ",
rn'iding ithiln tIiE (;:ii 's\t ill-. -'('-
tioli. thi inishi ili th t it.vi. and o\% r-.
itirt witlim a1 r.edliiu of tolaur oiil -
T h .,- .t-t. ri ;>lml Silthn rr: *! ,,"
Iill i l ihd F. .i'.n k \\.I: 'I O ".
tlh .g iht.. 'C alini, i ,' 1< li<.- I '.Mi.
(.r\to' anid eer) \thing up to and in
< hidinli M.ir;canil, land the lT.conia
ailn \ it( ah tit .i .S t Ill,. ; r it .
Start the outII l( dl r<*ct i liig thi
largeK-t tinilm- fr of out'ss w ill I",
awarde-d a handso.loi \\illiaimi Iiiian(,
-- aluh- $:;.',Lt
The VWestetrn and Northerin <-etioni
will include Hague. Alachua. High
lSprings. Newtwrry. Trenton. Wananer.
111,l. Wilcox and Archer and all corn
niunlties embraced in this section To
the voung lady r-ce-iving the' largest
inumier of votes here another fnie
Williamni piano will bi Rgiven, valued
ilt .:. >o
Th-se prizes ate given in order that
the- large' numlnwr of citizens re-siding
iii the county. and who are conilm-iled
to 'come to (;aincW' ille to do their
trading. will share- alike in theo di-ri.
Iiution of the prizet-
This I- ai chance for anililtious
yoing ladles to winII thli plriz-. as-, thev
(all work anoll li tha ir friendtl- and !-s-
cure a large Inimlnm r of vots t's ly -s-




White Mountain



Solid Oak


Also Agents

[or the


Cooper & McKee



Lined throughout
with Neptune lining.

the best non-conduc-

tor for heat or cold.




flow .................... look
.2k.7.....' ........ 2 4f .
Vegetale. ............... 5ee"
This represents a fair ration for
a man for one year.
But ome people eat and eat and
yet grow thinner. This means a
defective digestion and unsuitable
food. A one-dollar bottle of

Scott's Emulsion
equals in nourishing properties
ten pounds of meat. Your
phyiciancan tel you bow it
kMl l (Yli~r lr tr r wMl sme d
lemd 0 v awmmeln. oImw Wi mmimod m
p rwhichrt ara sr Madebas ma NadM
maS to M i c p0aM we wO md PM a
"CImpn HmIy Aed t WhoW W' a
Icorr a oDWWn 40o Piatl a. NW I T

licitilil suiilrscrilpt iotin ;.lid I st t inii
th, ini as to wth i to dol, their tradiiig
1t, h ,l i ,a ; thi t i'itl
TheIre' is a large allmounl t ,t otl niot
I|, llt ii .Jlacksoi ill*l amid l *lt- ;';at oih o at atl -!-i-t In thra intg h.ara
S l. re \(o u will ree e i t tih Ito-iiieit
of it. and the l ay to w in i ii t(o i get
lbusy Itnie'diatel, and canil-ien e to(
work for the prize'r ('Canl\a- anliing
your friends and whenever th.iy vi-it
(aines ille hae them virit the.
,il'e' li-r, h I' ten can obttain i %ite (ill
ill iilrcth.ei?.-
E\etry lin ihas I.,.l' i .our' nert .11 thi-
(ontl.-t itn order thli;lt u nmal.? l! '-11
plied iii anything you want. and the
niercha:ntsi here' are note d to carr.
the largest anld most complete ritocks
olltsidoe of the metropolitan cities.. ol
:111. '. i t1 1 S :: *
Following is the list of merchants
who have Joined lue, Co-oipratie' ('oin
test. and which lpromliie to be- the'
greatest contest eveir gKi en in thi
section of the State:
Galnesville Furniture Company.
flurnitur t.
Phifer & Morris. clothing and furn-
Gainesville H ardware Complany.
hardware and plumbing
Mlr. F T McCormick. millinery.
i. .1 .Johnsonl. drugs and lpatent
(;ainet-sille National Itank. lhanke r-
I. C Smith. lihoes and jatlr%.
Mrs II Wil.-on. dry goedsi and no-

Saund.er & Earle. groceries and
feedd stuff.-
Crawford & Iaais. livery ;and sale
t t I, -
I' P V Siiilh Iar lie aWt-
(;,i i 1 %Ii:' li, h :l liiL" lal C" i4 1In t rlC i i
i' luria 'r b jiem i d au,,l:-': liEai!, ril
I a i t -i I l a1 I -
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Mr Warren

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Automobie Fever Seems to Have
Struck the City With
Full Force.

1i ,i l i i1 1 ir.:,

t it l l tt nl l i I- ii i
I,,r (i~il -\ill, :f il I ,all 'mllr l: r l!

tie t. -e-t it tih \g 'l1g a i, I, .'lti!a
Vidal A M.alilt, w ill 1,,, fl. |.r.> rl,
iEi. ia l In-' oret ilthe o ait th'; cal nt
lot oaI I' Mllhlr. in tlha re ar of the
Law KE\cihanRge liuildlinig. facing oti
. 'e hanl ile tre t
It will be suffircintly large to ac
conilioda(te the storing of a numlbri
of machilnets and the suitable- lcatlion
%till -t\-e It unich prestige aniong the
lputlic g' or'illy.
Thi.t tl ni:iiiat oitileh fe' ar has
-ti G('k (;.ie:ti ille tiwrn i- no further
olitilt. anid it i. e\l-'(i t, that thin
th, is t s.t -i\ % to i) i lit %% .,.k, tliI.r v ill
IM at ,lleita dicziei I,, iich' lni rim-
ninl alout tlhv cit Nl;earl% all of tih-
pi i.riit l, a\e' lp ki i en t hlital i.T
'. -itd it u i thuiler of Izl
.silil pur lha- t nowi that the (itay will
lhe, atit l aihl to tike c;ire of tIhlni
inl tihe rn-pair ltlie
Tlbp ('"o *-t:lahlild ha' a nier' biirines, anid make
i .i*e,-ialtl of renting andil r.pa ring
|th.sides handling the lhuick cars.

east Treatment for Colds.
"Most ordinary coldsa ill yield to
the simplest treatment." says The
Chicago Tribune. "moderative laxa-
tiies. hot foot baths. a free. ilrspira
tion and an avoidance of exIp sure to
cold and wet after treatment." While
this treatment ish simple. it require'-
oilasiiderablle trouble, and I he ontii
idoapting it must remains in doors for
i day or two. or a fresh cold is al
tmos.t sure to be contracted. and In
many inIstances pleneiunioula follows.
Is it not bi-tter to pin l our faith toe
3il old reliable preparallton like Chai
Iterlaini.- o'tiugh leiiedl... that is fain
olol' feor its 'oir,- oaf rolls and riln il-
says, be dep ilindc'd ueon"? For saleh I)
.ill drultw!-l-

Sun "Want" ad. b rin r sulta.


ly experienced we

moderate charge.

MOo. WVt OHM to.. MaImAOo em., L vLV&mUm M .

Tampa & Jacksonville Rail'y
---- -

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal point South....................... 10:10 a I
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pm
Returning, arrive Gainefville ................ 9:30 p '

A. L Glass, Co. Sept. L. I. Barkt. Trdak gr.




F. B. MYERS, Manager


We desire to announce t) the

citizens of


Gainesville that








can guarantee you th} best workmanship

Storage Room in connection.

A A A A AL L---L-A -A-A-

Agency for the Celebra

W. U U U v v v v v v T U U V- -W 'W v

rangements have been completed and we will hereafter ha

charge of the new Garage o. Masonic Sire-t. Being thoroul

We also make a specialty of Renting Machines

and will keep a full line of Supplies at all times

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


A Lady's Sho.

how Amie is a A"?)

wa m d Now IV

dals am ma Jv yaw I" a pok. T
wluwovawr esoduha 3m ub(Lms arkhwrols
so Tm re adeowuio 60 wer a Ise V
q'r~ "of" hmbImv- b y nswo pwsm0s
anlyo a) which prooeCw In=krn dam. md ik s
wearing qui two4ud
F" 9"a az

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V IL lNSW ...... @gh Ogadiw Ifeai
wu il aa i .s

W&W.a bel Ise

Sp siawt maEG gaftede a

Owrw gest means:ea eou Jne
0/ 1 OM-MV ft I l

ones"Pe l bowI N*eiambe--s 0 to

Aown Wra igh eo aehg set be psece

C-B -* -- l a fo fT

liast pap of sa e numer
I IIl I --

S 1 of at m l
as e&*I f s.. tethsselywam

= %al' ybeum a heggW maIa10,a

to slwayt abgerve46V

of ia moiamnp u ItI*

*4 Con n a m C In are

1111 lml o l eouldto
V-t corp r l it a

S lmlm ia t hat ro a
iwrMe aO l ruh eMaur. tmeaL

Sea ad m t 3n t he p roae
thatompear tm ay em the Sfal (da
hen te ther dray petroa em.

oa the r u of ethermatter,the L.g*

Ite to peat lt the Umber lIterests
b while there i timber to protect.

oenethimn aew in Prench baby car-
oage is o outing the May number
of Papar Mec s oth parents
aL imeared to operate it. and Its un
* i ~stive of a domestic felicity
et always observed.

Should William Jenning Blryani
m u Conressman i'lark m,.*t for a
disession of oc other before e the-
lorl l legislature. th the ee of

wcueed on TallaIha tee .

Reports from various ectionsi o of
Alachua and adjoiningan counties arte
that crop prospect. i art Iri gt Tpel'
truckers, especially) c.lhao.i growerr.
bave had better uce.o~ than ukual
this season, and it is to t. holod
that this may be said of all croliz,
when the year drasa to a rclo,.
There will gen'ieral sat iefaction
over the deciou of the Suiarlire
Court of the ted tat af irai aii
the decirlon of the Texas courts ln-
posln a Sne of $.1 0.eu6 on the
Waitelrs-Pierce Oil Copany. ahih is
Merely a Ibranch of the Standard Oil
Company, and ousting it from the

Senator LaIollette announces in
she Senate tat he Ii a sr-at .ilai
service performer. Mr. LaFolette is
subimely umomaclous of the expo..
whch he d ellebhe the tt ,,L.

met oaly compelliag the game warden
to promote his laterest but paylug
their expenses out of lthe State treas
ur y.~o teTu*cuti,

A Brtttish medical mau thus te'lls
his experience of how m tun and a-
man face death, as. 1 Th,. I'hiladtl
phia Record: Tell the aiiin (of hiKli
er type and greater I(t say. that he I la tuima d-latlh i iiil
he L lliu i l nKlt d'i1a .il ., i .ih
ilUllalhlli lllk- itMiUl K ' lllatn ain flight l Kl llli l> III IhI Illhas
1T11ll a *OU1jA the i.i (t.lI- .11.il 4 .
hei ibak tu sll t .% I, i All ior. .
are fatallats O t il 4, 1,, I 1 .IuA l *
a luau that hI i.. I.a., h 4.& a .:* .
tbuusaad to recot'r it h,- will uile i
go ia operation, and he will irust i,,
his oUw strength and rudursurc' ralth
er than undergo thle klui Ti-. ao
a s will chbse be thuuaundtll
hace., aad submit to the ulswratluu

With Aturwah*". c.aiuvads..


The Skboard Air Use railway and
he Atlstle C t LUe railroad have
ben sekis a charig of 29 cents per
1e po a n eottoa from Alachna.
Va, to Savasash. Ga.. and 41 cents
per le pehde fom Gailnevlle and
9 cests per n pomade from Haw.
thoer. all three of thee points be-
tag equal distance from Savannah.
The Hawthorn shippers managed. In
me cases to get a rate of 4.1 cents
by htpplag locally from Hawthorn
to Gaolesvlle and then using the
Ganleertl rae to Savannah.
The case waa brought before the
Railroad Coml Mlsion by Messrs.
SItth & Johnso of Hawthorn com.
plIalag of the discrimination In
rate. and after investigting the Rail
read Comalslosers called upon the
two Itea above referred to to put
In a uniform rate of 39 cetas per lto
pomad from all taree points to a-.
vaLa. Ot.. which the lies declined
to d, after which the Commisaol:ners
ae a formal case before the Inter-
ate Commerce Commaision. and the
case was eard by the Interstate Com
mer Comaitseles aoe time nl Jan-
ary. after whie It was taken der

A dispatch from Washitgtom. under
date of Aprl 1. states that the later-
tae Crmmere Couissloa has ren-
arWa a decislom in fvor of the nor-
i Ra~eNd Co.amas. establishing
a milsrm rate of 3 ets per ei
p-mi froe Almihces Galmesvile
a4d Mawth~a to i avana, Ga.
T-s maIte was al I bythe
C-sl -domr thro h their special
mMaiel witht eat o the complala-
ats, ad is her evidence that
the Florida Ralroad Commiassi can
.be osd of bemlt to the people of
lori if those who are beln da-
ertumltd aganit by the transporta-
tim eompante will take advantage of
the opportunity afforded them to ob-
tal redress through the Railroad


Congresman Frank Clark's rtec.nt
speech in Cougress anent the tariff.
mea and measures. and which caused
the introduction of the resolution of
censlure in the Florida House of Rep-i
resentatives by Mr. Alexander of Vo-
lusia. ha ben fre reely discussed In
the State. prIers. and souic. haae ex-
pressed the opinion that the CongreT..--
man was not overrste-oping the bound.
of discretion in what hi r. ,.d.
Th.' St.rke Telerapih si\ ':
"Tht Talupa Tribune 'ieudor-, ('ton
gr .-i4lluan Fiank ('lark. att.tuid- tnl
ilh, tariff bill but thimkil- hi- (nritici
of the' p *.'rli'.s on.' i niiht hai il-oii
uncalled t r. 'We- li-a;lr with Th !
Tribuici on t lhi latt. r Iro, ioatioln i
the li. iio ratic mtr l i.' tI o I. r'-
hhatlalitat d .iald lilt .alM'ii ulth i '0 it
i.a th.. l -t ;.:i I al i I ia i'' !,, ,I
upoiol .e.lsi'imio ha' k lot tl) l e A ork 4,f Ir. aik.ng th,- rltr3an l,.*il No
one wAill d'-:ia l that Mir itriani h.4- i.1,

antit a halt called oni hii, tut .1 init
t)ll (>frfIT r< i--l lian ',, I l e (hIl ,ii f t il
or anI. ion Il l t l 1t i. h tte ti.i e. t\ai.i-

anid ha'. had fur >.-aii- .* w. il .aili-1
ui) It( the' ii.l 41 li\.l l t i.i> Ilk. 1';' !i
driven cattlle and iiuil n..lte his i 'I.
lead iliot hl r f rlIorn h I.. 1i..' ;' :
graph think it i' .*iiiitii.1 pr i,. r
that the initi l iat in thi.- r -i s-tanc.
should be taki'n Ily thl ,.e waho ha\c'
hetin ilace'd in ieaitiont of Il ad.r-hlil
by the party and at' kLiow of Ino ollre
better qualified than Frank ('lark to

Deafnea Cannot Se Cured

By local appllcatins. a. tl h.) cran
not reach the dis-ased port on of th-'
ear. There is only one say to cure
deafnus,. and that is by constitutional
remedies. Dleafne-s is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the nucous lin
lag of the Eustachian Tub. VWhen
this tubt Is i l au-ad > on lhat a
rumbliin Mounid or ilnpt- efr t h liarn i
and hblni it Is elltiruel lo. ed. d..if
ne s is the r .e-Ult. anil unil l' ti 'l I t
a :llills atll tlon s ai i t' ak I Ak ut .i :ill i -
tute i. rtore it 1 t- iirinal c., i.il- .i
h -iarsilK illl b.' d '-tll ., 'l fr. I .
i<" Si l i r h %% lla hi i. l i lt iii if .11 i;

fi ti A if41.,111 i fIitof I!

I. ,k .

fir %i ll ea 'iefi(in I I,, i a 1
f-putA ll a' tt..ill' ti-.&!I,, I t.- t.i-it
IiAll ,t(AhI iaeL Cifi S. Lid lF tr
c uI.A. :rce
F ClipK.%E11, Co 'r, i'
Wild b) druggIsta. 7&v
Take Hall a a'aFual) Pills fur cuosti

The a o *@ for InM oaths.

The Bre'ad. I'ic and Cake )ou
eat should be nIutri';ou~a Th

fira.'t ftie r, :iaite'd*% thi j'na


rit h raamik ail h'tk vi r ira in the'
~ sri~ f -eis raski-ourF

gfqiee It :,- i' le '1 1, 114 iloll' it ha'

Phone 165. R. T. Schafer.



1E0hN(Isih, T11 TNUTONKO

&oat $=Dmosv~ s
WI See sv sa pes

p5I55a sass IlOs 5aU smen Is
ImaeU". mail Noal e sereh une
seepel sassatat So

GalasvIIIe, Pelrid&

..alj* .u --cJ _- *.'
Y= a

start the ball to rolling fur the Flor
Ida Democracy
The ast Coast Advocate. publlhed
at ttusville. take. the follIsinn
view of the natter:
"Mr. Jame Alexander. Reprwenra-
thve from Volusia county. has Itro-
duced a resolution in th. Hlonw of
kelprtwenatlves. censuring Hon. rank
Clark for hi recent utterances In
the National House of Repre nta-
tives. when Mr ('lark was trying to
get a tariff on Egiptian and other
long staple cotton, and orange. pine
apples and other Florida products
'While som.e pIoliticians are afraid
to be called a Protectionlst.' yet Mr
Clark was right hi doing his duty to
protect the products of Florida. even
at the rirk of being called a Pro-
,ctilonls.t by Champ Clrk of Mis-
sourl. the minority leader, and we
have no doubt but that Mr. (lark's
constituents will approve his actions.
even If the legislature should decide
to censure him.
"Aa far as his statements about
the Nebraska leader go's. no doubt
the next National Democratic Con-
vention will endorse his uteraces. as
after three trials. Bryan has signally
failed to lead the Democratic party
to victory. and the general opinlon
i h h ha no chance of ever doing so."


About all tse consolatioo we
ca get from Tallahasee is that we
my expect a Increase In taxa-
tio.-Clay Conaty Tmes.

Doe't be ashamed of bent should-
er. If hard work made them so. Its
better to be beat on the back than
broke In the pocket-Quincy Times.

The Florida Timea-r'loo wisely
recommends that Floridas "cut out"
references to the "big freeze" in their
conversation and correspondence. It
has a tendency to frighten away pros-
pective settlers. The fact is. one big
catastrophe In a country is about the
experience of all countries. Florida
In that resrpect is placed in the same
category as the rest of the world.-
Southern Argus.

When Your Joints Are Stiff
and your nmiucles .ore from cold or
rhetuniatlim. When you slip or sprain
a joint. straln your side or brulset
yourself. Paiiiki;l-r will take out the
soreneIss and fix you right In a jiffy
Always hale it with yoi. and u i it
freely The oldet. the 'heatalwtt and
ti. b.vi t nledi ine for Internal and ex-
t,*rnal ahv-. sand rlainsi In nian is P. r-
ry la\i.k Palikillelr. and for oi.r
-'**t'ity .iars it hali s : )* n the' gr.-;tt
.tlandlh.s f, r *,i.,,.r i-,* ini tioij- iiad-
,'f fainilht- all \ *r the.' orhl. Il nt
igo loir :*' w ith, uit a .,c.* o(r ovie of thL
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THE EAli(Itill H l.l{ll)1A I.IMIT1 -Solid Pulln.trn V'..et
tuil. train coull sia ll lg f I'ellliia (Club (a'.r O)bst rva.llin t 'ar and
Pullmai i ilit Car bit. (-i.r J.lr,, Cit) aLid 8t Augustiel. Pull
ainai Com'ipatime-t Car Iw.iat-in Jerr.y City aind Palm liYach.
! ullmani lurasiiiglt.aoui lc.i-rls b.-t(~cu Je-rty City aidl
KiilMht' Ke'y and Jerr-,y City atid Miami leav 8t Augustilu
12: 15 p n and Jackounville 125 p in daily except Sunday.
Per full Informatoen ar Oleping car rtie eevatli cl es
-- Alnt aboard. or write C. IOVLlSON, Jr, AsisUnt
General Passenger Agw4 JaBeadro% FPUB

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O CIEAT R N FDT o-In.vlle.Pe it .rese.
-- and Heed It.
DR. KELLEY VERY ENTHUSIASTIC Kidney Ils come qpietly-myste-
OVER THE MANY SUBJECTS. Ilut nature always warns you.
--- Nati'- the kidnl,* v rse Declares That Schocl Sys'e- I Im I-If th r are. -.tt lin', anrd *vdimnnt.
SPa.-ra. fre ene.-ii tl .int. i lanful
proving Along the L-e' Lines 11u ti tin nto u-c, lk ain Kildne.
as Industries. Pill.
To eaardl off Ilrlght's dica?'e or dia
I r .. K. K,11 v ;:,|! it t : M I 'i n's have done- aren't work in th!'
.ilh ha r r r J .. I arr in of Starke. Fl.
Shere they att. andld t, i. : 0-*, It z 4 f. Ftor somen tine I was a A-tl-n1 e1 l
th d"ti(latio:iI ('* mt.,. i .. I :ir., kIinia'i trouble. The ltidn i. scretionsi
*orv % < nthtliartic ove.r Mt.. ima1 ; ,- ,* r- to Ilrequen tit. int aIs ge. tcai.'-Iig
S t.li-ho d .'1 the' grae-a st annlt tuanict anid I tri
I. r"I c',en ta.tlt\ from hackrl(he'. and
Hr K' Ili. ..t a t,. ..:t; '- ,. ; ,.d1. dull Iai., through thel kidneys. I
Ith.- iii,..- ai the 1. .-;p. r. :. ,,' ca' lh+ Iice rest w-ll and In ithe ilmorning
Simta- S ril i at' 'nleit rII.a .. O;!t I %aar-,,- rh ,leing tired and worn out M.1
S ; k n-C.:a-r e r ry laiIn' and I often
gladc that h, was I.1. g l a, nit!nl. louI d it dllnicult to tgt around. I at
ire-w idl.-s r .T, r* ..te th. t .hi \ leI.- th reand about Loani' Kidney Pills
the -'cho,'sI s--!,n ri ,, the., ci'nlltry to, and lpro(ured a box. Since using
hte adIarclig at a #.t-r r; pid ratre. themi. I have been free from back-
4A I'll. and the soreness and lanienets
8pci;tl a.-iStanc r ha1 Ih-nri a-ke-d l.as d-t-ilocared. The anno.an( e from
for along agricultural lines which is the kidney beicrftionsB also ceased and
almost certain to be grant,-d. and in I am able to sleep well. Doan's Kid.
ne> Pillls b'nefted me wonderfully
this event it will prove a %#-ry profit- and I can recommend them as the
able addition to the public schools of beat kidney remedy I ever used."
the entire country. For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Capt. Lynch. who holds the chair cents. Foster-Milburn Co. uffalo,
.e. w York, sole agents for the United
of Secondary education at the 'nl- States.
serwity of Florida. made a d-cided hit Remember the name-Doan's-and
In his address which masb racked u1 take no other.

by facts and figures at a 'lpeclal r.-
slon of all the professors of secondary
education of the Southern States. Dr.
Kelley remarked that he heard more
favorable comment on this address
than of any other educator present.
and said that Captain Lynch possess-
ing the proper data and recports of
the schools he had visited was con-
vincing proof and brought the hear
ers right down to the question of agri-
cultural education.
The conference covered many lineP*.
hut this was considered on,' of the'
most important. and \.%r., indlc'aL~ioL
points that they ill he re-w ardted with)
the- as.-si.itanri alnk-ed t,)r
SIr Klley -t.it.- that Su'lt IHollo-
way anid wif, w p.r -r,.-<.t nud ho,
had the' Ilk ,a ur< ,f l eting il'iteg aI
in Int* r ot ai ( ai' t'i: ('*''--

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
Also Nervous iHeadache. Tra\,'le'rs'
HeadarleT atnld r e, fr,'>i Gri:, ."' ,n
ach Tro:tlt s #,r l'Fn.d' troubles
Try ('a'ndi:ir -it j Itquril- ~.ei ts im
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Nadpirtir tfr
Nossw"ld Furaishiqs


Capt. Alvare Makes Tremendeus
Jump the Past Week.
There has been a great change In
the private piano contest of L. J.
HIurkhim for the past week. the friends
of Capt. Alvarez having come to his
aid -ery nobly and he is now above
the Iti.Oo0 mark. which shows that
s.e is in the contest to the end. The
triends of the Higa School have not
been sle '-eiig. however, hut they al
lowed this Indliidual party to jump
ahead or them for the week Just
.e hand polled a much smaller
V(,tE' tlani they did 1 t w, k. k.
ilefllh.T-r. claim the'\ ha;i\ iorumethiiig
up tlch ir hlee'\t" that will ol'Hn Iwo-
I! \*.- itthin tihe ixt tlo. w e.-k
*'t I ii' e; I.h i I, .lt a a co'Unti .(

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Lively Runaway Saturday.
T t. 1l11t1 ni. 114.1 1 rbII A te l M .1ii 1
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d ii. .rrth- Atl~antc Ci('iar?.t Line- 41i-
1,4)t mitd ictticrsIt' d too rim ,ijtmr l .arrl P ic
'a~in l ocipitihxa ehiart li-tarae.S' ht.
oIi a isi -ieioe'r~ab~lo darnaug.l- aao cl-I r

the- re-an. during t io- t iii.' tbut i-l..
-1ic ce ds-cm ag elr e-turrirnik the.- leugij
wro.krg it it a a'tacideAc11 form,
inxa tho saiiiiai &r,4tjsat rh.l. I#*And arna
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the summer. Apply at 701 N. Uni-
versity street.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
Overoom cottages in South Gaines-
ville. Apply to (offin Factory office.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage at.
block next to square; city water
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
FOR RIENT O() S.M.--4)n Sith
.l;a.oiii -ftr,.,t. nica" six- ri mri cat
taxe. lh-nti room for g:ard<-n chick
ai*s ;lld .lt.-r-, | l t P ;
I nll\* r-ity t rl 'ft.

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Capital Stock............

Slinn-liql dum' Lalli lity. .

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ach Iasertiob. hut no adrtise
meat taken for los toao 20 cents. 81i
words make a line; no fractional lle U
every word over each six cout tins a
an addltloral line. CAbH In advane*
must accompany all orders for lasr-
Uoms In tLla column.

W\ANTEI)-An e'xpirilnr,'d all slal.
Mrs R. Wilson

.ANTEI)--To rent mnall truck farm
and dwelling near Gainesville. A.
C. Maddox. Raiford. Pla.

LOST-Yesterday, pearl brooch, dia-
mond center, on K. Main or Unl-
versity. between Church and UnloI.
Reward at 908 e. Alachua Avenue.

ROOMS TO RENT--Prnlsbed or an-
furnished; for men only. H. J.
FOR RENT-Furnished cottage for





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Ise- o~nrall Azd wd i..ahines. -* -- --
As &dctr~iieLS fLd. 3 the? be.t muarke
for t% (. e- thing elba,. 1 b)by13Afoir your' EnPIL1
persosal spyl? rsoeteso" Oe. esda Puninee

S-- N It ic-arlaorate.l----
I il,. .nei lt.' I'r-, -ia:r.I ..: : ..ite rom ,ii w Iflo.tel.
i'. o. PIra..r "W."

NN. 11. COX, Cornsulinthg Eiigemr

Surveys of AN Kinds Promptly ad Accurately lMad. Estimtes, Pm
Specilicatis ald Ctracts Preparca by Cepleutl
Technical Men. Stadard Feus.

S -' i J. I 11.. .In.eIl ..ti r.' tri-r.tl t.ine- 'rint % .Ltter* andi i Si1-ciaf
I ; \ <- tP.O.- iin I'.l i nt- I l r.itwt .1 I -phI si ti g Illii prit--IoI &I t1 -1!be- ,
T r iin (in r ilar'-. I 'i.-triv tirt, lit R r .i ti-1.il |r.1li-i ,- ia th i Uiwr r5 -
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Are YOU Being "Hunted?"
One of today's want ad. may be hunting you-rusack
ing the city for you. It may have a mmage for you of urgat
personal importance-one that, when you gt it, sad beed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities of
your interests may even place around d about you 'ew
environment, new associate; may give you a entirely mew
start in a buain* way..
Isn't it worth while to try to ind out whether this may
not be true-today, tomorrow, or very seoio


Groceries and Grain
T'' T'I: 'riTCAI I: (NIY

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Save pat of your income regularly and de-
posit your savings in this strong bank-one
of the great financial institutions of Florida.
Your money will be earning 4 per cent inter-
est for you-working while you work, but
also while you rest.


G. S. Merchant & Co.
IAgieM, snd Aghem In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grslt, Gardeq Seed ald FertUlxmrs
lWeW mark at prl*e pe ld fr ChIkelo t Ke and etd- PAs

& Complete tock of Hay. Coar. Oats, o&Wr, Sam. .L OMM,
*NO MWl ad Rye. Wea aomla only the Very aoone -
at Low t Pri ae ad ma tee d alem d y.

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Nt'euritv to ItdWitori t s. 2(,4N(

Im Shi mStgf co"- ua Cyhk P

m I TWO Srohnd Ce Ike"r sM Ub sobr$o
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l" i yes M th
?.K-' u A k Te-1
ia Ma ro s seaal br the

Mrs. Capr Hage of Hague sta-
n arrried to th e ty yesterday and
. -d et oet few days ber
Ibid restiree. she was sceom
-e by her little child.
Wde Themas of Metetaoea wa
mi the viM a to th e city yestf
Oy. He states that the season as
eam se er the farmers sad Mtht
a seed mimy have amlrdy emoemead
Me Pt of sw ee potatoes.
Mra & a. Bale of AMbay. Oa.
wre hbas b ital thae tba ly of
W. U. Odab or the past several day
S y) uras t I ieb evll. tbe

I spued a abtwhil ther with

SeM omar a ate hRe i

SN a tM l-so wam et Me aNu

momaa ft bftadieet we ofp-

Sllr. a Vsam Y
'Aeoft WM S e o w e an ad ise u
4Lmx V e ab d ~d I thnkv eit ,ea

Ob u oe fO d es aO lheamer
Is Emmon I I at : ~

Sa1 faPand sa d Moveaa
amrr mad w n e have

Tpex oWE he am Ueau eetl So
dcu e of th e l.i

te ied b talnen a nt r
7:3tookcat *a ltAN? iu1m

5. q gv se mid
b bsthed nama agreed aK

swn Ones BE CUse
% W itt ~ he apam nrew

ft I a I Ml e taso toke" rin

As ShhatN has rWtrGed fra mf
t d to b -vWme. lm IL

rnd ye that both te am are comps-
Sad of g let ot playrs. te satad-.
s t N much moe Istereet wIN be
as tN lo"t ue tis yr t. hNe

a- hadore.
SMr. 0 Varl ta Omuatra. HN. t.*
utes: "My little girl wa greatly
baited by taking Poley's Orlno
lmative,, and I uak It Is the best
Amedy for oostlipatim and liver
treable." Foley's Orino Laxative Is
bet for womes and children, as It
Is ild. pleasant and eff-ctivEt and as
a splendid spring medicine, as ;
oleanses the system and clears the
mpaglexlm. J. W. McCoUum & Co.
Attente, Firemen
; All members of the (Galn.atill. Fire,
Department are requested to ru,-,t at
the Fire station MoIday nilht at
7:39 o'clock sharp. lIuslness of im-
portUance to be attended to
N E. IHENSON. Chief.

The wat ad. do maore real estate
moss them al other brokers eo
Iod---1 at they "tart" mst d
e biess that t~o kbehm sad




CaM y LyJa E. Piaks
h 'sVegtetabteCompound
MA"LO .IN J.-I feel that LydilaE.
hIl m's V ble Compound has
Ten me new lfe.
suffered for ten
ears with serious
afrle troubles, in.
S Iammaton, lt -er.

emid not sleep.
Doctors pga me
upa tbe rwaid my
trobleso were
ambe Iwas b a
5. Ir aaddd not
whetherI lived
Cta I adt eo dr ian.

ba i TIM ti Ptn MOMW amorto;ry at
1m &0d ag a W -Mrs

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Oam eM eMa Marlt. NJ.
-- -e-- o bleCorn -

1We of aItut a ir es

ma t fm s ---ey form o

Iery w-v- m ewes iti to hTer

Notk is to eby ive tPhat an l

tito w be eW at Mtkanopy. In 8p
etW Tax sub-oad Distriet NumberOne
m Tueday. May itth. A. D. 1909. to
deterate who ball be Road Trustes
or the scal years 190 ad 1910 and.
te rate of village to be coleeted for
tW above med years. O. L.
rPeat. H. McColuma sad Tbos.
MeCredie are hereby appointed in-
pectors for t ve above eleetio.
Done by oTrdr of the Board of Coun.
,y Commissuloners. Alachua eount"
Tlorida. tblh 7th day of April. 1A )
tly the Clerk. Attbet:
H WIEG. 0. L.

A Knocker
Is a man who can't see good in any
person or thingeIt' a habit cau-d
by a disorder lir. If you ind Cothat
you are bCorlinsing to Ach things
through blue s-7ctacl--. tro.at your lit
3r to a s lod clean it ut Irt,~'. |s lth
Ilallard HI .rbiin A ture- cure for
coastiial(ion. d> sl'litsla. Indig-stion.

blliouk liet-. all lier.
bowel troubles. Sold b)
Arrested on Palatka

ttoniach and
W M John-,


Alfred Richardlcii. ci-lored. hl.a
alalu twen arret-ted- on a chargeg,' Ir,
ferried b) the I'alalka authilitilt .and
was carried to Rochlh-ie .l-terd.tl b%,
Iklput Ihruton it I-. trainsferrred to
the sheriff of l'utllaill c thought ltithards.on h;al .-tr.atliit. i d
U 11 hi dt llffterlti-t l-. uliessll i- 1. ( lit .at
rt -t best Iit p -,e i. that I. lidl iit

For Conastpation.
Mr. L. 11 FI.aruha. a ,Trominl-tit
druggist (if Spirit Itik. los -a.
l+lrll li' >11.t 't S>1 lidl .lk i I

Taloieli- are- fe rt:w,1% the- 1-1 -t
km a It.-itsji ii 1ket,!'r esc nI II.i~t i, II,~
the-as'e.* ablis iscI r i N''u ars. 4 .rtfa:t
to fihid tcIIIIIai :&a ;011s-- .AI It ..I-A.. I
In cffe. t 'rI I 'mv -elit% S'Iaul us
rtree ,,Xr i-a I.. I,% alldrcAgi.tis

IssqI pawin b re d es..
solo fi l m I; 9 A 0

To All WhomnI It Ma.* t'ione rni N,
ti et I.; h;ere-I') gI\ Mli tI l..t -I\t l d., I ut
ts-r lili- li;lft Itl it 'W 1-i &- Ia t1111l I t
ducesd .tt thi I1' I* '. -* 4m, ",1 tI' f le"!
ida l., gi l tur, ftr .1 i s tal l .wI f.,r
Ali.t IltuA s ,tiit I Ir hPr llhlt thle t.,
1.gK ic alh titc g sor killiLgK of eit.ll f,,r
tire s e ; a it(s r ut f I .t o t h ill
IU l l t |he p'll ? '.1 )1.

Out l l t nliht? Hlladache ard i,-r%
o*U 5 thlis uornlng'* llckLs' (C'AXudlii
just the thing to Bt )ou fur buslune
Clear the bead braces the uratvo,
Try IL At dru g tores
.fSa War ads. berM r a.k

Lares nmewa mso ad d Se Anod.
ae h NiMtsery of Sehoet.
(Coatrlhuted P
The clfwing exer( 1.* of U'nlon
Academy. the countI high school fr,t
cloreld mouth In thl cti( of shils
Prof T. E. lkelkwf- 1p i ricirltal %ll
hetrin todav at .1 p ni t Mt h'Iao
ant M E church valth the d.,llrert
of the lMccarlaureate, srnioln siy DIr
Those H It. Walker. piastor
The class fIwr irad.ialliun conmlt.
,,f ePcht tim P anid fiur girls. all
"If s heni niO c: ( r i'*:i? r' -Irk- e
'h ir e.\a l..c tl lotin- nniHnd th.- hilg -elt rarrk in tih
Sla:e. atd w ill i-. award* da : I ut !f *'
clock. which iwas git' l tin tlhe *1 < "1,.'(
bY Mr I. J. Ilurkhim ftor ni h tsnt
or. Third prizet will lt 4' |r.-.'iintd oi
Wednesday evening the 2%th inst at
the commencemt nt exerrcle.. by the
Re. 1. we. RHose of Mt ('tarnul It;al,
tit church
rhe other departments. which conl
sist of 4*1 pupil. will aippesar and en-
tertain the audience each night at
johnson's Hall at b o'cl rk. bhein
ning the 22nd Inst and ending on
Tuesday evening, the 27th. as fol
Thursday night. the 22nd. the Pri
mary Department--Mrs Minnie C
Dellose. Mrs. Lucy L. Murrell ane!
Mrs. Moselle A. G(ipson. teachers.
Friday night Third Grade A. ad II
Mrs. Meta M. Hearst and Mrs Mamtul
E. Gardner. teachers.
Monday night, the 21th. Fourth and
Fifth Grades Mrs. Christena E Art
son' and Miss Emma P. Willliamb
Tuesday night. Sixth. Seventh and
Eighth Grades-Mrs. Amy L IDavi-
and Mis Susie A. Grant. teachers.
Wednesday night, the commence
went exercises under the dirnct charge.
of the principal and Prof. L. A. Art

All of these entertainments are In-
teresting. attractive and of a high
order and will prove a benedt to any
who may attend Tickets for reserv-
ed seats for any night can be had
at the store of Mr. L. J Ilurkhim for
white friends who may desire to at-
tend. The princi|il states that the
faculty has been verr harmonioun.
and has labored hard for success iin
every department. and ah a result tlihe
examination work which ckimed last
Fi;da;) showed thoroughne -s and an
almost entire prtnuotdon in e. .r
grade He further s.ays that thes
greatest need of the school now I.
more teachers and Ilore rooman
Notwlthatandinlg the school has to
pay for all of it- 11 iiilnltai 4 ,.\I. i- .
incldlig i sanilt.r 1,111-. etc it
hais purchased a In-autiful piano
antd iha paid almiit $1(,1 (. o it which
is. iitarl I half of th ('(cO t 1T i '. lsho .-
thla tin* ;zff r- ably manage-d uid,.r the- ii-sen'nt ad1-
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When the blood is pure and healthy the skin will be soft, smooth
and free from all eruptions or disease, but when the circulation becomes
infected with any unhealthy humor the effect is shown by eruptions.
pimples, boils, or some more definitely marked skin disorder, such as
Eczema. Acne, Terter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, etc.
Humors get into the blood, usually because of an inactive or slug.-
gish condition of those members whose duty it is to collect and carry
off the waste matter and refuse of the system. This unhealthy
matter is left to sour and ferment and be absorbed into the blood, and
soon the circulation becomes filled with an acrid, irritating humor.
The blood then, instead of performing its natural duty of nourishing

the skin, regulating its temperature and preserving its uniform
softness, pliability and healthful-
ness, irritates and diseases the eo s rears I was merely
delicate tissues and fbers around tbled w th oeseia. located
the pores and glands and produces ticisalrT y t he srin bs.
rosass&by a husser In the
some of the various forms of skin e-. The tr*o w o.id ap-
eruption or disease. poer tn sU ene al yellow
butersLeshre etrtaed by Steh-
The cause of all skin affections ,m. t W earby Im..
an be traced to some kind of hu- eD*a-eL bleed puriaers,
mor in the blood. Healthy cuticles a e. i 4 otim eud
taotmem u andr alo00l ps IL-
are only possible where the circu- ei. but aethiang did me aar
nation is pure: and therefore the *eea. Akeoemurdticoura"d I
cureof any skin disease can only ft eo all this trestmInt. and
seeing BS.S.. advert*.sd one
come from a thorough cleansing ayr Iesd ed**steurt ad after
of this vital fluid. Salves, washes, t**Mn i *a ort while the
locions, etc., cannot cure. True wm a dwa ries fa m
blood I was eemplefly and
SUch treatment relieves some Of perlaneatly e sue. some
the itching and discomfort, helps to -i mS' Sw ,ase 'aP
reduce inflammation, and aids in e- I WasIesora"eh
keeping the affected parts dean, but diesel. 0.o. Scuz.
it does not reach the blood, where e h meeest..A lUaee, o.
the real cause is located, and at
best can be only palliative and soothing.
S. S. S. cures skin diseases of every character and kind because
it purifies and cleanses the blood. It goes down into the circulation
and removes the humors that are causing the trouble, builds up the
weak, acrid blood, and completely cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, pimples, boils, and ll other skin diseases and affections.
S. S. S. is made entirely of roots and herbs, a safe vegetable remedy.
When S.S.S. has
driven the humors
from the blood, and
cooled and purified the
acid-heated circulation,
every symptom passes
O O 1 away, the skin is again
nourished with rich,
PURELY VEGETABLE healthful blood, and

....I.. .... I0 comfort is given to
disease-tortured skins.
S. S S. cures Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Nettle Rash,and all other
troubles due to a humor-laden blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any
medical advice free to all who write. S. S. S. is for sale at all drug
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Two Hoees of Ill-fame Pulled for
Operating Within the City
Limite-Caaeo Postponed.

Marshal Arnow i nd Policeman
Owe(-n again got busy o n Frida.n night
and made some inilmortant arrests.
and this class of people, will ,probably
Ii- t,-altter ste r cias .. ..

Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallabas
Attorney-Oeneral-Park M. Tram-
nell. ITalabasee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E.
Slcl.in. Tal.abassee
Supt. of Public Instruction-Wm. M
Hollooay. Tallabassee.
l'rl ident of the Se'nat*-F- M. Hud
son. Miami.

Th.e fr-t arr.,lt vas that of Adel eumny umceru.
Lauth.r. charged with keeping a Clerk ana Auditor--. H. Wienges.
houw.' of Ill fame within the. city lla- Gaiaew- Lite.
itr, The nmaor gave the defendant Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
tllun to secure witnes,'ws. and adjourn- Keilty. UGa.nes.ille.
ed her trial until ;. o ,. iutiimAj Sheriff P. G. Ramsey. Ganlesville.
miiornnle;. County Judge-H. U. Mason, Galnes-
A young man. charrgd with towing ville-
an inmate of this houu. forfeited Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson. Galeo-

cash bond of $25, which had tbeen de-
Io)ited lith the marshal.
Mabel Clarke and mother. Hester
Clarke. were also arrested on the,
same charge, but the big-hearted
mayor gave them time to secure wit-
inesses and postponed her hearing
until 9 o'clock on Monday.
Bud Faircloth was arrested as an
inmate and was required to put up
cash bond. which was forfeited.
A. L. Gaskins also forfeited a cash
bond of $5 on a charge of disorderly
Numerous complaints have been
made to the officers regarding the
houses and the last two women have
been complained of on numerous oc-
casions. At one time they were order-
i-d to leave the city. but again mo\-
ed back. defying the law

Eminent Authorities Say
That out-door exercise is needed b)
the American lP.oile%. That's all %.r)
,well. but how can people with rh,-unia.
tism follow that ad ice? The, ai.wer
is very simple uw e Iall.rd's Snow
Liniiiliint aned the rhi.ounatii-m will go.
I a:ling you a. hplry as a c'lt. (Givese
quic k and lHrn;ianent re-lief from
rh. uilua ii-n. iin' alia.. lam't back.
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Tax Collec~ r-W. D. Dicklnson.
Treasurer-J. D. Matbeson. Galns-
Supervisor Relistratioa-J. C. Mo-
Grew. Galnesville.
County Comm-**mssoners-John 0.
Dampler. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Townsend, Campvlle; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
O. P. Cannon. Galnesville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House--yd L Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fo.

City Oicers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal--t. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-Il. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer- J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney -- W. 8. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands,
Pre-ide.nt Geo. K. Broome. 8. J. Bur-
."*tt. F. F: Cann ( on. H S. Graves. 8
M. ;ix.on. A. L. Vidal.
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Galnesville is conceded to be the
aost enterprising as well as the most
beautiful.clty In the Interior of Ior
da. It is located In the very center
Af the State. half way between the At-
lantic and Gulf Coasts. surrounded by
ands of such fertility as to be capable
If producing a great variety of crops,
in the heart of the truck-growing
phosphate and naval stores belt. She
ans the best educational advantages,
in the State. good churches. with
edtlcs which are superior to an)
town of its size in Florida. with large
and consistent congregations: has a
'llmate which cannot be excelled for
atalth and pleasure. All these natural
advantages, combined with a proress-
've and enterprising cosmopolitan
cltilenship. are sure to make a big
There are many natural attractions
in close proximity to the city, some of
which are Alachua Sink Paine's
Prairie. the Devil's Mill Hopper, War.
real's Cave, and Lake Newnan. all of
which are reached by private convey.
Spring Park Stock Parm. the largest
and fest live stock farm la the State.
is only eight illes west of the city
and Ia reached by a good hard road.
afording a most peasant drive.
The farmers of Alachub county. O
which Galnesville is the county amt.
"live at home and board at the same
place." The temperature to very n.
form, scarcely ever reaching the nine
ue tn summer or the twenties in
winter. The populatle- of Galatesvll
Is about eight thousand, represeatin
nearly every ationality on the face
of the earth, and strangers always
meet with a hearty welcome.
The University of Florlda for young
me and the National Agricultural E-
perimeSt Stios re located within
the corporate limits of the city. In
fact. Galnesville has so many things
that we must be pardoned If we omit
a few of them In the following enumer
atlos of what
Galisvllle Has:
One artist
No saloons.
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks.
Four dairies.
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches.
One gas iiait.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Te-n ihys.cia'd.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six re-taurants.
()ne s.'eed store.
Ilard of Trade..
Szix drvig stores.
Foir hhoo shopls.
Statr. I iii\r.-ity.
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Twent v a%\\ \*rs.
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One variety tore.
One public Ubrary.
Two wagon works,
Two plasug mills.
Two racket stores
Two lumber yards.
One marble works.
Three sllversmlths.
rhree wood yards.
Five dental room.
One express omtce.
Free mail delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music bouses.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasheries.
Two abstract office.
Pour pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholit church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One pborphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian cburch.
Two steam laundries.
I wo Advent churches.
One dally newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physical.
Fifteen grocery stores.
ive Baptist churees.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage plt.
One weekly newspaper.
Seven dry goods store.
Thrse old dritk staad.
One electric ibht plat.
Tkree blacksmith shop.
Three railways syste
Eight benevolt order
Two Episcopal churches.
United States lead oe6.
Ono chemical laboratory.
Thiaee n d Sunday eeM
Tw9 veterinary surgeoa
One Prsbyterian chrhe
Two elgar mastaetoaries.
Voluteer lr deart
Several lumber ompomtes
Threo Methotadist dbrcb.
A bram ead ergOlat
Two apotop r a0mr.
Two moving pictwe lhowsL
Florida Winter CaeM -.
0 emas-wesy ne-e.
Oo wme b in samoeb.
rt-clas ewerage system.
Two fertllaer msufactclrss
Five fre tnsuranes agesaes.
Two livery and feed sabes.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading roos,
Hardwood Manufacturlin Plant
Agricultural Experiment Staton.
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmaking establishment.
National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishment.
Two of the best hotels In the In-
Two wholesale grain and foed
Two wholesale grocery establish-
Water "that has made Gainesville
fammiii ."
The finest opera hou.se in the State
uut .ide' of Jak ( .ni. 1 ilet
.% Cov;erpment building soon to be
S.*-**-(*t.d o cost when completed
$I ",. **,,.,
t ;ar|>-,.te r,. mln -TolnL pIlaste.r,,r.
iainot- r i ii.tr-. mac'hinits and la.
lrirllu4 nri 1 iiloreie'.

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$11e.ele) iIu al ('cJup t)'
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192 1 at 14) .
St;.fHo 11Hgb SjerlingsC C
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$lee.eo(w( Jackmtmil klo'
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$le..ux l.ukc Ci'ty 5 per cent doe
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$.,~,ia Jax. Electric Co. pewr ceal
1e-7 at 9h%.
I2 .'.I IMonro re- Count., Fla, 5 per
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0. WL. nu 49 Ckshells wasa v6
i IL "In mn b" 641 been
Pk*Or daeswow o weslay
w"a4 9C aMM 4ftvr. erie s e5.
J.. A. J. StehSmd at HOw WO
ao ng do Ivlom to d cty yMt ef

somea* seI.s The eft rente-

Phaft mwi u I aI"

ow wii- a Yis t theM dY yi

K, V. ftl. N ~p- -w"
No ow-im *1020 i dr aw

L F. IAW48 vhs I, to at-*
mic 's oNa. vvms

~~sa -m a -

a W. nt L inkier @o tthe rit
NatimW mi k ofAlmeb gm.was inn
f te s is the u dlty yeasrday.
7la ~ cu h +a ude is--~
ws Cm we mb wd~w
Von m a U.l" hbyV. IA*
mItmIMery Wiew Pimps mad
ON" Tm is tu am d bLak for
mm a Cbddms. L C. Smith.
IL W. Thmin of mtesh rmwas in
do eft erday.He a. -Is tIno
IN samw ta* edimmew ofatbis taxes.
bdmbnvbs row summer sulft
ad trwurrr call and se m pmies om
display at CiNu. is'. 223W. UWEai
J. D. M3eRves.a oe f The sohe.-
ls utkiass of Micanow. was &smug
visbinr to the city yesterday ad
UNA@ a ploamat all at this .me.
now about that sweM lime of bat
gum we've Just row ed-4aave you
them? They are strictly the 1.1-
at an prices rum from Zac to $2
ch LC. Smith
r Wr King wife mud children. or
riidC in t00- (City Y-..Prtd.y YMid il l
spend the nt t fea ddy,. h-ri' viLait
bethe .fanull"v r4 Or and Mrs (; K
lirooua at theIr hgmrn tm North

EIery Wmins WIBe Itemtsed
If low %9d 004 tE M I .-aow w. a 1
A I I U rHr A I .8 p' Ia
%oflt# V .je& r W "I r*
hjlr ag~ir age 7j. *,.. a
fia DI& bl .4 I P, A r is: %t t -- T.
CWL& agal w AV, r it V 0'


The vu tm~w
Cbmhbfm Ehebeftinmg Wlebg
gememd a*~ h wvk
8. 5 od ao Wa vo wms&aGass
the safturday vsi ta the citj
Aftb H of t te station nbrirg
b ma.was O to the cityYe*terda
Jams eAdamo left jye.rday for
a abort busIness vist to Lak R uti, r
Ogev Maste-r of Waldo wras wo-o-T
U his G6A10"sItil friend. ve"l-rda
Urs H C rPt of Mlamt. I i..
the cior %Agtt?, tha fart'.H (, r J L
Mr- Ma*--I NfcK!!.r. '. (,f ,
as- miningr tt' 4r~t44 t,'l i~i

suits to totat ml. si#rauti-'z !7
rl-anvic ard ra':(*!ri.,.
W %I&.*Yn ;.tro-..t s
SJ. E.11us of Almtb h :atitle- (,f tl
wwrehanvot of that Ilaro. aa a ai-
Ito to the ilty y.-trdw.
Suits aLOd troga*-re made to '.r'i
meiure guaranted to At Chap
.11.x. Wt3 W Main street. S

Burry low soes for mn and youth
are the et on toe market and w.
are sole agents L C. Smith.
Miss ulia McCredle of Waldo wa
Is t e city yesterday She is an at
sstast to the Waldo High school.
Japoasl. Palm. Ferns aid Shrul
bery; Pa aad Frult Tres nt va
rity. H. I. Graves. 'phone 179.
Mrs K K. Grifith. one of thb
teachers tthe Alaca school. aw
amng the shoppers vislitUn the cit.
The One Best Vanilla is the Bluw
lbboa brand. the favorite with all
Stersu blosekeepers. botels anr'
If your salt does not ft have Chat
Ils alter i. sad if you will let hir
ake the next suit there will Rt
as alterations to be made.
A. M. Cahman and Capt. J. W
Bladlag will leave today for DeLand
Tey so as delegates from the local
lede to the Grand Lodge of Odd
rPlUes, wae coarvea In t hat city
G. H. Porter of New York City
who as bea tn the city for the past
several days adjustUn the tax matter.
of the Tyler Lmber Company. ha-
completed his business and departed
for bls bome.
Mrs. E J. Ioye-r of Tampa. who
'.a I (-., in the city for the pia.t f,-
).y returned to her hon
.**-t-rday. Sh canw on the *ad nml-
.o n of attending the funeral of h.L
,r:;ohet J. 0. LaFooUiee.
I. J C('ly t. an r hll*l rit;-,'
jlineCv ll!. wa among the i :ttr
te (ity yesterday. Hee La tao
eiai3ga-d In the furniture buhirnet I:.
i *: iT l alls and states that bu'i, -P'a. i.
i' khlgi up, t(m.-ldratll) in h4- (It.
Ml.-s l esol. Andterp4o of lUru;,-
.i< G' (*a*. :.o a has t -e;i hae- Ki- '
f : r J : F'utch for the' pa-t a.-
ral I .P. re tria d t l, h* hauae *
- -:I .. i .i'J, I iI. % frti-la d ur
It hA>1' v. .11 n i ,'i ,' '1 t

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Itud, IrlW 1 :11.
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Srit ( r -r. ir, T Sun

Let Us Keep Your Books for You

ml. rst> yior .iiuMy w.tlh ,I& ail pay y~al r hill it cIly ,*i k. It will
save gol trouble *a I our 1pail Icha n i your rnt -l(t.

Phifer Brow.

w Dankermr

Dress Sques
-;I ':TifP ul ,.-:gr.-. v! rv
e llf,,t. $ t 1.i 8 at

*h. S1.25, St.!


For :' value
ticoats a
Th'- valuei

.%ilk Ile,-
few Itft.
cani' I e

'a'ues that cannot Ie
beat. (.'orfwt Covf-i--;
D %w.!ts. (owti;samlA
Skirt. hiidren'-a aj.d
Mlime.-' Underwetar.

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The -Toawtraa.to-r
C A 1-ckhlam of Wind!dor 'ao a
vihitro to the cit) e-to-rda'
W. F Wilftontof Alachua a aramong
the % isitdtra to tbe cit) zturda'
i V E V I.. le-ft ).-,-ttrdaY for Citra
whire he %a* c cal"d on a -hort bu.-i

L It McConnelll. a j'rop-1rouI-u tarui
#r of the Hagur H-ction. saia among
the tr3d-rp. '% laiting ( tn.-' 0ll6. at,,r
For Hale Orae bundrod nj.u
fears, dupt-uoill-d but In logd couidi-
WI 2to -ogo c'nti each. ApI, ) at

.1 W ait njoali.in pt. r oif t L.o 1 ja rd got

Coit % ~ %iij'r~'at. I. su th. ia
t ii ij.t -aII. i r a .i

t h tr d tl. i in t!I;

iA'aall~r rI lll~in at14 a ,I!07
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Greatest Embroidery


(f i.- .. ..- n--.\ ,'e.lay.- 1 -,hiprn.nt
of n, F, nl". r<." ,- i.'-- jM-t .arrive!-
,1,,,,', l:;ive t ,n he.r,- ,ix weeks
a',.. To pretvent returning the ,hip-
tro :it thr o,11n- were offered to us at
al.,'it hnlf their value. We kept
them andI you cani reap the benefit.
Firn Fi.. *.-:i. .. .-f !i- '-** t
for *-ar',y spr;.j tr4.a. a. i ... .- .6f ... .. 1. -
inc -o- and ul rt!, 7* an 1i ya We ti a
nia'i, tt,.v- .ot. for yur appr, -.a! at ti f. S 49rk
TI e Ban-l- to matc-h tLh Fi-s.:i, .l r. ar ar (Tl. :-'
and! o'. Tlwy re in !?-o lot- at 1at ad i

You iIay have -een good nFAlroi*l-
ery values but nothing to equal these.
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Wash Skirts

S kirt. -)t hIall-iiia-
terifli, t hie an.d= at j 1;t:

Fm Uq n'rieDOr=s
We iave e.njoyed-l
t I wnonmnal biust ue.-i
v'? had t vbel atyleano
no trial in fi wttI% h.
no troublle ini filttiv.~
T.',t~;rt me t T- tllca-, (

Wih Sits

Fin,. Slirtwai-t,. Fii.e
Tailored Skirt-. HaI!'Il-
4'lle Lin.- I r,.-.*-.
The styles are exclui-


The Eddins Manufacturing
lhoie on EASY TERMS.*

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If you haven't a lot the.v will
build you a house on it.

Miss Rortor

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Established Over Twenty Years
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Surpjkiu., $',IM

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,,We Solicit Your Business....

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