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 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01646
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
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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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(iAJNESVILIE. FLOARIDPA. SAiI' IIAi'. APIt'HI 21. 1911~9


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TEN CKNTS A WEEK


PROHIBITION MEASURE


PASSES HOUSE 53 TO 16 THS IS OPINION OF JAMES.
HILL, RAILROAD MAGNET.


PLEA FOR PROHIBITION


Great Demonstration by Temperance Advocates as...e..... No intert,, .n Tari. fi Mother a Corpse at argo, But He Remaned to
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-niaII Wiite' tibie4Jnl bows, enbiti-Datic il:li-d t ceI'.a -i. :,Theria' V eic t mmi. v teyues
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th!-lit-ainutcod ha NrIliad laer % s svriousi3 ill, but he'. too,
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lit- IIa' fli let slee'Aker of tilie. aft c'rijoimea emhr' m (ejtii i'lc ~ e e'3'ee iii ueiiately afte'ritards.
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O)-cola. for $7..,.a,4o appropriation for
Klis-lnimmni river.
A telegranm war received from Se.a
ator I). 1'. Fletcher acknowledging
notification of his election.
Bills on Second Reading.
HIouse1 1lll No. I. Butler of Dade.
creating Palm Iteach 'antty. Mr.
Itaketr. ,ipeak'r pro tem. took the
chair and Mr. Hudson moved that the
Iill 1I- read second time by title only.
To third reading.
Senator MrMullen moved that the
rules w I waived and that Senate joint
resolution No. 68 (the prohibltlo
amendment) bt taken up out of Its
order.
Senator IBuckman protested. lena*
tor Ieard also protested because his
hill was set for Friday.
Senator McMullen ctlamed Senator
Iteard's remembrance of the facts In
the cape to be rather poor.
The motion carried, 21 to 10. Ayes
Adklns. Itaker of the Twentleth.
Itakr of the- TwentyT-lathk Broome.
C'rill. Core. Cottrell. Daytona. Peornoy,
Il;Irarrienu. llunimlhrles. Lcsett. ,Map
ri.e. Mc.leew. Mc.Mullen. Miller. West.
\\'illiansn. otherss. Hud. on-21. Nays
--leard. Bluckman. Cook. lavis, Har-
ri7 Ih.nll(hdr..on. IH tefrd, loahnson. Me.
t'r ur> and Sa:inm I ).
S'-atoitir Iteard sloke' for prohibition.
Itsi )l1e,.ctd tih, ro'solutlon. an he
tl;sini.tt iel lject 'could It' obtained
'4 !attuir. l,.'w h.l ft.ared that the
flltl a, I II', ;iniaiiidliirnlent at the polls
, i,:ii ie I '.' th .' hliit. IM'eoilde of r Ior-
: '< % ;I ;'. ,rn tih,. balance
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9 THE DAILY SUN1: GAINESVILLF. FLORIDA. APRIL 24.. 1909


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9056 DAIUC9PLANNED
ThUNSOAY V NIM4G

~MMYCSUMW IN Ca.',Ofeqr
ap ua to sanda, kt
Pleee Pwtime


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WUV THINXTON SPRINGS. April
3.-Ths smmer s-mo wtill oiwn up
be wit a bn damee at the new pa-
wsma Taedrby evenlag. April
ic. verfybdIy is Ialted to attend.
Mr. mbbas u en at work for three
-- m the spMtags and surrouad-
' sad m4 ew ks ow of the most
aklulve ad baetifl pllce In
WrWe. Thi phmee f known to cow-
p we tlwe fw t Mr. Lamb to verr

be boter tokD
Ja M. Oraham a Galmetile is
u se" a Summer ta. hre".
lb es sn M be eampleted and or
u.b kg Mr. .m Mr. Grahm.
Mr. bDwme an f o f t. Pte
b have a eract to erect a hand-
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a a. LaWM stt I a e-tta'
Smiai ,asm sios 1,w b--e

In M lamb wIl be se e-ed I
na@ th evealam of the
M1by is Iemee J. M. Wolfeud
IL M. tamrWtt. abo hi smal
bI em Oesaullto. The dameer
r iav a dleely pushed ad waxed
So1w the Sa.mal .
Mrm. e Waa a les a s bAlIUg a sle

Sma.. Q MIBer prabed a very
o B Cara tLrr-bslldng
W to a Mi but apprtelatlve
miinme. Thea srvie w erbel In
e al lobby. Services have been
iM bare em a moath for the past
W asthe but wilU In future be
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by applause.
SerEator Mcfullin a.gok only a
short time btmt earnestly '.ad.-d for
the resolutuo. H*- .iato-d that no, t;u--
neso organization hirid'An th.- re,41.,ft


P reCta. (,f th. t,ui;nes; intl-r*-,t- of Tati;.a
Q ale a crowd from neighboring had adol,td any r*-.olution, aita.:,.r
aor came ever last Sunday for a j irolriiti,.n Th- c-ar.irt L,,-.. a--..
iay' r acreti a ad to ernoy the bath- ctLarion turned ldown ,ut h r. -tui,;r:.,
.but were disappointed about the by a vot.. of tuo to onie. he- al> II.
as the cement pools were produced te-l.-gram- ju-t r. ..-lm.l fr-r:
Ssuaflclestly hardened to turn the elght-..u of t. tL.-r*t.-ta, sh1,--:al.
after oo. Water will be turned into nous.- of ranmipa akinx rh. th a--,^.


he aew pool
or the nrst time.


ThurW&)a. tht. .!*d.


Neesrei. Rowe and Jowa,,. couitm tEon s
I Lake BIutler,. ail,' ( ompl.(t.- a r -I
We" for J It. l'atr~ k toy May I -
Dr. Lawtsai of Huhira. Ga. i. b,.. tA
mg some- time a.- ri.- for h.'- .4
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TRICK PEIFORKIE

LAS NARROW ESCAPE


FERNANDINA. Amni 2 -Wals
the Wizard. who gaIe a perform
at the- Lyceum. narrowly esca
suffocation whill.- nde-aoring to
cape from a lokk-d and sealed ch
owing partly to the. chest and a
to its construction This was enti
different from the oud trunk m~n-t
as the chest contains no tralps or f
paiilh.- and *o r-sai-.* fron; it is a a
difficult 'a-k
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b4 dews tome strt ab Ijolake Ilk .
e *s an ostontshed to lers thba theO wre
mothe rd osuol ter. a a % r1laeh that
g 5 ro @ Ivfe or #~rtvt wbeought to be
e bat Ir net ed fairst.. vto o tit to
Tie le erahl eath r4 a r. is so mso
tflstei' eboctated 's", lt. tbo tl lheuth
od tL.. e rseasUe r frfminne rOfs ithe
t.*r* c be so red cheek S nJ roeSJ
br= whent thre is female .eskofs.
Wor. rwho bus sEved from
this trruble bow osa prompt
vtkeE and care is the mue of DI.
leew.* I. evies PresApule. Iti awi mildr ga vklaty to do
Oega.0 *E woammah it I abpon tdi nompae.s ebriahem the
eve* md reddem the ebeeke.


No alstoo4. or i.at.-for-mrd drtug is eotaied is "Pavorie Pmcrlptio."
Ans ,ack womas mz c. .tt Dr. Pieee by lete, free. Every leter
held as sare%.' confcentsl.nd sJ answered is pls envelope. Addres
oiJs Dspensar \ %fe.c.; I.., ci.tior. Dr. R.V. Pierce, PI ., Bufalo, N.Y.


LTH JOR. Joan. w. Mr-r(,o.



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~UII~[RU ~iKIA Statement of Facts Sackoed by a (07777 E wui -
Strong Guaramitee. TILWL OEL TRG
INTEREST HAS NOT LAGGED TRA WIL COEL-TRG
SINCE LAST SIG PACE. *LAR SPRING TKRP.I
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On the Other Hand It Is Sho*reg LUp *~'* 'ttI 'CSevera, Wtnesses Ex~~.ir-ed one Fri
Setter Than Was Anteci. 0.1i I sy ard Heae'ny Cerl.'-..aoed
posted. VI tit in Aftere'oon A $

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lbe~~~~~~~fi~h l tt I)l tiflsw rstie due fi rlit atr, Ii' Ii. 't.~ .q e~ ,st t u t w t e
lir' -* rlit at tilt ioloua. li the idt riffll i 4 ;-
for I Ilierm :1?.. -it, l. pr izo. tiffore (I le~t t ,In -.1 f li A tl i t #-\ 'ii -I/ Th -a '
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sill lilt' tle fhilteeit Com oil. lre mi'si til-% ti RE ii~.. CHANGE. ltif iiin.io w 5b k
tohtt -t l Ow n.ci : Ito lo& stfirmI? -I s(li I?~ ,titrti is....... .s L' 111it o m-f teed tict Were File forJE viiiiin .ee eORK

NIifd ~i'vo- Kaiti E1taifii- ... ......j I. Record Thursoay.
Gainesville-Central Section. A ti iii.:& F. ..I. 'l II-e ',,14,% tet i- ~ hii ~ s4 It tht Ir.1wi19-
N li- .ifi IIattaclctro-'i I* i ?1-s- il*. r i-f Is* I- r. .. .- IfoIi 11k t 11411 1 Ito tie#. ee01 's~
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M I stll N#1iDaftota I (atiil W Ei l? I:~t lilt fc it) 1; %Vi
AlI ssi Alit-e .S4-hatlt r Eastern and Southern District. Ii5.- inttitt & Iieloodgf'- t(I T. It.
.th I I s Nora Atali-........... ;.i .Ii- Il t. :atth li I-t.l .e: I I. I e li e '~ilet t ;1!141 'it if,. ft
\1I!-.- (eo--tfne o- ls it neil M I -, Pattie Zi't.tnoe'r. IRtmfhilii' 1 :e te 'ii' ~ lrt.t .1 C S-holIi. ife 14)Iii i)cctiw .ls
.\IIs%- NMarg~iwrii .e L-lleitit. r \1I- iii LaVi rilte 1liclelsiff Nlfioiamltl. ie I. l, (:uatieei. C 1, (:ifif-v an %i~ f4 I, taiii q ie7 firm ritn sf alkirmnot the esbtati of
NII'~e ts-si' iteL. .- -leear.. livi i.6tI i heus. fclcraid. to miiethd
I Kink: Aeit I 4;tcejVkita. llzaV~flesrni tee *a-. 1. Mimti- I % 1. C 4;r:,u' and I tliemi m, Tma tti wto %*Par- tee otil utn eirva kltd or
.At~-, L. Vsez ~Iea 1 4 if I -totp truittu. W e'e Ale te I I A it' ~ H V iiI ;t.Afi'eui tilT the ubidervslneJ
M i- -Ali-v triklnd.\V~hl- %iil.li F Atol~lortll~ANI HOW AII) CHAFt.
,111 :tii I ; rat t i it o F v titter oif the Liam Will morcdl Totstauwnt of
I~~~~tI~~N iI"5m sZtt wr w c I I arafe'% I eli it .rte ifes etteier ite'ile ~ e -ita'E A tol~ % hase. r ot l morted
Mt1..Ntleitil NI4 V-1111,hi~ -N~it Itatli, W~alilli A Baby Show in Gainesvillie AI' 0
~i s ;nac-st lijialx.t:e 'to II .esillia Nit rebelse M i iau4ses N ii.1d liatt #* tt:'iti vottiff-taIii?,-: butt
Nf i" i- t M I t% fnl I~ i VI 1:11 i .141ieh. (PfIiealef' Ilt-itiit i- 1 1' 1* *- s to, -a that t he ho-ait hios j t oafia-
Nh'-- Ma~rltona liovIt %I;- v ~ itl'ti Elltvits.i v W ald"tt I:. 'it.1 A hoidi mil Ili # pri.' Irze Noc lealcv
A l i s. I r t li t i e f g IA) 1 ~ ~ . .... .. ,,t o m o.r.t a t i~ t vit l i t h s ia l oit, .. d i ) ma t~ r- s
MI E:lla lctae !N It fitle sj.httt FIll aIli%-l~c I.. It- ii tare- k, Ilit' fniettar thetmi iiit Ither ItI s .
N~h.-~lti~ le 1.\11 -- 1.1\4 lii ST if \Vttlie Ito. e W~iltto- re *ilet V.-rtuifiaie. Ac(t s
Mli-' Nitlel ilti ftI .11 12eet ~I lt I.1 Ic i;tl I lk%%t h, witet in a l.% N isie id i r iett i ts at i- t % it jotrimz-

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Refrigerators
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t tIt *et to o *t7flg sfacttwnm In v
a r.nwin s ow565 C uWPww early epalll) d'i4d*.4. aid t-at 9:.
-few Rol'uhliren m.-nit-trs o4 It ~t."I
OS. eI naumas Blck tho' he ue'o .f ;m.rr
o) lwamuinq important matter %&-a drlwi.d eb
mo sm um "aIow wigO w. T r --lilt %as that
M.af b y %arriev te isMeCiaty. w 'hile It aI ., & -ed Aca- C-111 4 '.
dft mv a pIf meoI rutted euwa .a t e er- niads at n' t ,i i and i n-fer'r
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e unti, w4 u wo h.ul d h I,.r. x7 !:r
.,:ie F. 1.r .prea#.-n a, i A :t a ',,I*I
Con'.itaion c%,uld not .ni ,fit .tr* .1.. r.- T'K-
r~jern#,wntation. but thr nunfi~-r of rin*.!t.
creasesCold be I-ro'%i..d or.hotd 14' t .tt, low ni :pi.zrv.-.9..
coul also Create new couni #.- andj Aho.., -,At hwd 'h. 1 t. '541:4
submit ib questbo, to tbe' P, l''- "heir 1 s faithful'%' and %ithol'r
thus taking away a much d:"cu'-.-d 11 ar ofcunp'eqjuvjf e!ifr(rm n ie-rfu;
mad vexed quostlon from too- .Lygi-tia- ;.tica'l solirce- If th.- Pr-sidt-nt
tore'. sflall Iucceu-d in thii particular mAt-
Far six years the Al-gitature has t-r 4-f ro-frm ht will bhae don. a
bees um~ittlg to twe peote various grtat &-al for gpnuin. civil a-mie-
&I sudry ameadment. relatng to qffjcjnc% -
the judifAtry system of the State. IPut
the people have turned thes doan THE MUSICIAN FOR MAY.
regularty. because tbhe havc recog-
aimed in then a makeshift-s -tiding .h o %hi fa t kI1%I.s%- n h...A I


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d. mm amu all the sew so th
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womhok ufi. hey r iPn f -mwir~
ft mtb. ow 046a ma y-e*-I a mac.
e- twoo um bem.. =d=e shiw A
dlmm Ea movwlmt. urn inoebwwt,
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over." so to speak. until something
A "Ieme widow CUica o rer better could be arranged.
W 1 a hbmd. MWat ot et SI om six years ago an amendment
at I it tha t meds a bos? was proposed and submitted to th,-
voters providing for a better system
A tsemasl monkeys hare arrived f government for municirpllties.
I Bote. It is reported fat the an- This was defeated. and yi-t its aiu~a.-
trpidel are feellag entirely at would have saved thousands to the
1o000. State in time- spint by 'he L'gisla-
ture- disc*.-csilng and act!:n t,;i c!. trte-r-
The dtspositlo of the prohibition The Edu ati,4nal I.., 'r-n. : -*
amsmdmet will make life easier for thorough re i-ln N., n.a'r.r ho,-
me members of the Florida Lei- !urgn the. rnma. r. ;r: 4 r
5i^' j C'* Ut ,ies l-lt! Q' '"* : r. .. t'' .r.
no lmoneyO can he ltak. ti ot of th.- .
Caadidates in the pimao and ring .'r fl-,r41 .. r *' .-. .
test now on will find it to their ,,h ,.l- T!.*, r u-t ..:. .
Iteret to work for subcriptions for th.,. .-n.!:ll ,xan :-t *rt. it.
The Sem
s .cho ,l I fu't An, '- ,t r *-. tc
t< j'ln '. If ::ot 4ai1 -. ';. ,
Th. near-beer wholealer-r In At- .. .
lata will bereafter r.fu". to *.ll to, .r. a:
retailer. convicted of \ioltinK thb. .. ,, I.
prohibition law. I .; ,
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Tbh- Tallahasev Morning Sun has .,, ., S ,,u .
reached us. It as -dit.-d t ('laud+- ...e
L'Engul'. abo s.ium to ield the 'n .,. ,.
with his old-time nir. .
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the Oi-i-r 1)1-ion Coullany. Boston.
1ass.. has an array of intert.sting
things for the music lo%.-r and the
f'sI.I at nMusician. This is th..
month fuir wu-iuc e-rti~al'. shich Th.
MuSilAn rTe-costnAize- t.% 1rnting a d.--
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Air Line Railway
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For fu I Inforpration and sle ping car preservation call or
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Passe"ger Agent. Jackionville. Friend&
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REV. J. 0. DUKES ONST REVISION O
If'iri ," .li .h ,, ,a, e :9, 4.4 t A
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to do r her 1" .'/ r/e *A i ii 'rr-I
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eff'i (- .1, i, t Iml otlie ie 'Iee I hat I,

~'ith .1ler~mocramn that %%eClile I~~*.
11 aV.4Imm tarl. the- rIillai4-mi- ightbu i
iiihcIIII to41 1cmn ut -j'*ialtl raii. -- hmef4,r

WVith a litt. sa oak It Frnis t htat
em,. 'gh c itiz'ns could Ie gotto- t em-
s.o-Owr to fonimI sonoc kind of tan or-
gauization to lfart er I lilA slie'nit'. It
a-cotld jerove' adioaiitatace ii teo the' city
treani e.or- t andpolint.
The secretary oaf the' Ioard4l 4Trott'--.
who Is really ataut t hi ciny acti~t'
t'!.mlwir of that bod. I ac mw %vr.
hub i V. crki tg otothe'r imnpoirmlit imat
toor sfor thie adt anceiicmaeist Gti o-s-

iiiill lemiel ahato-tir :a--isItatic-ht- lan
tom furtlher uhe* th- nIeeee I..I.-ratlmn iit
int. r.-ste dci irties -A ill C'iwi
I"'. (eeiiitiie-l14j tll 111- i w;ii t r iiiiW it
4.444u~ I' V.eike i ii,' -uif;eC mt' e to inh
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MRS. J. 0. DUUKS.
tRev. .. 4;. lUuke ,. f'ator of the* I'nt
tar. iCt churchh of 'Pactown, N. t..
writer :
"My wife has obee-n In a very hadl tate
nf health for wcveral v'ear, pnd nothing
wiomeed to do eimer any good until shet
irg.an to uen. Peruna one month ac Sinee tlihe tire rolor has returned to her
ftaie and she In gaining in fle b every
lay, and I believe 'she is a well woman
o,-day.
"My little hny. ten years old, wasr pal
and had but little life. lie lh:an tI-
use Peruna the lar hisr mother tirgan.
To-day hi* fa*'. i- r*,- and hle i oult tin
Ilie yard runnitiL andl Jumping with the
ret of the children."
Stemaci Treibe ReNkea
Mrs. T. J. Ballard. i'r\..r Creek.
Indian T ,rrit, ry.v. ite( : **I :in lapl>V
t~ t. I 11 vo tlih.t I ke-'Ir freefrom t u, onil
.totiialrh trot .l:; feel n, atarrhul
syni|,I *n. "it all. I am amle,. to, da, s
w, relo, -' tl. it I f..u;ld a d t'"- ur, in v.>ur
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-'A SIGNAL VICTORY

FOR MRS. SCOI?

fe. I :i'm iee ~tI ee iim~.i H'E :S LECTED PRZ3I1ZNT GEN
I,' l: ERAL OF D. A. R.

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In the ieow .of I:aulI\ Ith. l'resIhlt
I. C-o!ft ill- i dhi" 1| 1 1tilll, hv % ith;
hhlinll. hi.t t-plor( rirln tlhose nl -
tiwr- aho wanlt Io s'lt thfle lill I'mck
thli' emntuitie., foar imli|rm\, 'ieint. Hand I l
giving his .support to the Aldrich
crowd. which is hostile to the kind
of re'iitlon de,-ire'd by the, country.
What the Pre.sident thinks of the
St;itlemenit of "JInm" Hill. to the efe'ct
that unless the Republican party re
advises the tariff downward it will meet
defeat at the coming C(ongressilonal
elections. has not yet been learned
He has not discussed the Hill inter
view with visitor .
Here is ahat Mr. Hill said: I'n-
less the Repiublican jarty make a
downward re'vlsion of the tariff the
iDemocrats will carry the next Houise
1vy a large, majority. 'The platformnap
of hIoth parties pIledged tariff revision.
the Ikeiiocrat?. said th, a wiuld re is..
it do ti~wT rd. w hil. thli' R puliciian
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Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
Leave Gainesville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
JAke City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............


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L ANNI'1TIA A;r: :. F
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Armpraaa 'ilia.' aid o *-tt 14
to in the- A tl I.-f1riv are
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Arme'uuns otill ;1 a' lag ar* l?.
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CT. April 2..-Tbe Armflre-W
of Antioch and slctnlty baa
praeubIIy wiped out in the wsus
49 th last few days by the-
Maslema sThere art. thrit
at destitute u Armenian widowia
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ANTINOPIZ. April .1-I2
bere that in a seret see-
of the itLosal Assemnbly hoLdd
e-ta'-rdclar out hundred
UtyI sue' voted In faror of
of the sultan.


w be e't "* good in any
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lired liver. If yCu f t t.at
Ia bo.iaBta to see thin
* s* *ectaclek trot ryourf hv-
,a end cMis cut prorta with
eiS tiae. A sure cure for
m. dyt epel, ladllestlol.
I all li ver. om Joah nd
I gieaSM aM by W. M. Jobs-


cureus-m Etapkw
3e11m gaaaeimlgnravyards aft
h esal oyasa wbrb cotala c9r6
imap11 The ol lizzieeJ t l!er of
Swbe dIed of a faImng tree as
Kwouw asw-c'. bhd fellow III
'trn In tarot! AoIrlmi. as is
s by W A Ilali-k .1
Tyrol amid tte oT ru0 e.
miem i slb. st hll.nl Unltl w rep
am of a pnrstr:'e- r.- 1 .l.7

lmrs a witlmonYa topi c'e u't:
@9 J.1hnnu l enjl-'lr ate!
wo and 1liroa-qsi jir'4t& i.r
upright aiml % riaeal ti utll w,!
bed by a fll'Itiz trfe'
rwvrd tof 11'li.m-1 I.1 r. 1 I
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C jv-Was Anua' y Attacoko b
a Hurror It Loc-d R .-d L .-a
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Head B:tl, i roib'es are Cired.

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THE CUTICURA RLMEDILS

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saft rtspqm. I sto ko V. out dt-cfr. lie
up a pr -s d whit todru-1 it'ij..
5fA art" it tI*ke 'm t h't.ir,4 her
saim ThT craked half way ar'etivd
Sad the bhuww sprad up ron t. h-r he-ad
mtU. coe e'vwmJ '%vasp ie. n.t was irteariy
hat crtwvped The humn r kiokeel Ik bak
arid. "w red with a aticky. e-k-ar fl'zad
amamg from it. f 5 Eo-;irrvd ewer
r .I thank at was t',warr tfe' srting'
1.1wayi, batbrd it with warm war, r and
Cuty-u nap and spie'v 4 ,tvIit
Otitmient wvhirb -ver w:ltd ie he-a it
Up The last tne'a it brrke r"t was
wbhen he u 03 ix yers old. It tor-aw
s bd that I wa lda-vraav.. Tt n
I pcrroud a lw.tto4 C'ritaetara Re' I -
twt whirb t "n eear dl it "ut ff h e
bkMd. I "I rn,-i' the u'- ri (utimrs
SAp s~md Oantment with the Hem Iira nt
untilshe' ws per -lv wll. hi.'g 1j n' w
&*'vutet weight yeam d siad has.w- ''r
bpvu trcjuvd in the last twel 5arm.
Wee A0so &Ad Cuta"wra Rpe Jvmra'X a ,.
imprim lsodicei mp W we ar' lt girag
a a teme. We do nnt think any, nrer an
Swaim catirms~ Reerrlive tr-r, h A h]13
Mm. M. A. 0Ichw.'n. A74 erniner
Ave.. DeerrMvt. M"t.. Feb. 24. l.'o400
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S iflastrata the Weadwu Abdty ;A
the Ancient Cyppt.sns.
The et of tle tflo' Irmd niaterli11
aowvqmq~r t(, du!l4-sle thre Lrrv:it I., rn\
#eAdoI sof 4;'@b ao tbi gro-e'z.t %e
an u .01nt f' t i -a I s!' r-0l a
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For Infant and Ch.l..-el.
The KI Yu YouRav An InW t
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Be Spent


By Herbert Kaufman

Every ,'o!ar spent in advertising is net

only a si:.i d,:ar which grows a proft for the


merch: but is actually retained by him even


;':.- f.;.'J i: to tie publis4hr.

Advertising creates a good will worth the

cost of the publicity.


It actually costs nothing.


While it uses


funds it does not use them up. It helps the

founder of a business to grow rich and at the

same time keeps his business from not dying

when he does.

It eliminates the personal equation. It per-
petuates confidence in the store and makes it

possible for a merchant to withdraw from busi-

ness without having the profits of the business

withdrawn from him. It changes a name to

an insritution-an institution that will survive

after the death of its builder.

It is really an insurance policy which costs

nothing-pays a premium each year instead of

calling for one, and renders it possible to

change the entire personnel of a business

without disturbing its prosperity.

Advertising renders the business stronger

than the man-independent of his presence. It

permanentizes systems of merchandising, the

track of which is left for others to follow.

A business which is not advertised must

rely upon the personality of its proprietor, and

personality in business is a decreasing factor.

The public docs not want to know the man who

owns the store-it isn't interested in him, but

in hi; goods. When an unadvertised business
is !,!d it is only worth as much as its stock of


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be paid for--t does not exist-it has not been


Or ;!L,11.


Thj name over the door means noth-


r' f.:.ccpt to the limited stream of people
':. : t!ie immediate neighborhood, any of
:.',m could tell you more about some store
,,-:i miics away which has regularly delivered
i:., s!.,;: news to their breakfast tables.

It is as shortsiihted for a man to build a
) .::i.esi which dies with his death: or ceases
...1; Lis i:;action as it is u-ifair for him not
t) pr,vilXe for the continuance of its income to


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THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE. PFLRIDI. APRIL 21. 19(1'


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
State Officors:
OoCernor A. W. (.o.r;t. Talia
1. -trutary of Sw~-- Jj ay Craa.
fordl. T.bt.
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Tax A-',sor--W. W. Coson. Gaines-
SIII~..
TAX(O lector-W. D. Dickiunon,
Tr, a.urvr-J. ID. NfatLt.un. Cain .b-
Supervhor Reghttratlun-J. C. 1c
County Conimtiuisonvrsr John G.
Dampie-rChairman, 1tgut.; J F.
TovnH'tmd. CamnI Itlle; J. W. May.
Archer. ChaP. V SumUImers., Trenton;
0. P. Cannon. Gainesv lv.
Menibo-ra Scbool I oard --R. B.
Weeks. Charnian, Ha~tborn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; G. W. Miller,
Trer-i i on.
Stato Senator-H. H. MUcCreary.
Gaina---ilh-.
Mlewlrs Hlouse-Syd L. Carter,
Gainebvllle; T. A. Duke. Santa Fe.
City Officers:

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11 s. foc,rttsrj h tr ..'te, two ubio
t ~I.# ,i'z rpi-ruty (if iFursd a,
( Frlrtc. c*1),Oui~ three lbeWaoarprO~
Inule-d tstro land odlie*-. tt tt,..u i
water tire alarm yooem, .eIrctric
Sf41 gas lights. two le fctorire,
Math in.- he,;.. d thirr .wCtol fac to.
ritce. Cotton t, t in moeos ctorie- s i'
ihr.- railroad.. two f.'rtiihe er man.
utecitutirm ('Iflijor fl bniep. oisr tne 1t
manufcatory. oune rectifying tur-
pentino .l1r4t. four batnk. and well
sto)Cied store. o melracolIIj ver-rc
tb.to4 V in the- Ommo.Polal line


T. F. THOMAS
UNDFRTAKING CO.

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Oeti Phono 51. Als. Long iataoetnm

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WT. L. BAKER.K
ATTORNEY-AT LAw,
40L1L'!TOR IN CHANCERY.
AINYLSVILJ4E. AIseus On.., F1Je
O1flo in HlIwans Blosh.
FRDAND S BAYER,
AIrORNEY AT LAW,

Can oIl your sii property. (ins
,roved and paphwprofd), plim-al
ruohig nsadf ter Is 9.La.. S el hI4
%liesof what you ci..foarsae. Man,
J. A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Aad Solieitor ia Equls
Row Enstae, Comvoyaneing and .se
oral Psciee. All business prompelf
atkteded so. )1cct nor-s door to Sum
ome. GAINNNUI L2. FLORIDA.
1'RA K CLA KH TNHOR. W. TIKLDNI'
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..INVESTMENTS.. ~0


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BONDS
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To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua County!



Each Section Gets a Prize!
Contest to Close August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should lhare alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in the comnllaination to give away Two Handsomue Pianos and (One
)iaiimond Iting to resid ents of Alacliua county in three different sections. These
progrest-ive tirm- will give Ie \'note for each penny spent with them.
In the evetit of a tie for any prize offered, a prize inmilar in all respects there-
to will lIe given each of tl o-e timing.


The Gainesville Section
Ti, win ,.r in tii- ,li-trict will oe.


WII i -tu rave 'the city and suliurli .awl dloveeon-
lined to at raditi-A of foumr mile.. in vach idir*'etioii.
alwarded EIa IANI's 'ME lDIAMO ND" IIN'(1.


Eastern and Southern Section :ill 'IfI Ijbrin territory andfromi ir:
eI~*I~e ll l :1 44iitl- -"110ith-- W tlIh ;itithi..ru, IrInIlelI ii'Ihlie. (uiiittlw .illi.. MtieZ10 y,
Lake \~* .ec :I id dl a ll j.jit= :11114u.r hu 41f T.~V.. I:Y. 4 ).N E I'llA N .

Western and Northern Section \'I (lluiIJ;rI ;il '\\' 4 1' 1
L's~~!. 'I...'re spi'll',,N'

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How and Where to Get V.Wre Votes May Be Cast


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CjtjF" i ? 1 FRules and Regulations
GerA ,Ct v C 4 H 'I. C.i C P U?7 !, -*j c'H H I e.ltC I4I o. i t a .i % 41 AK Ill
N'f F T %I-C ri fo neryV I-;t vi%1 1 t .11t '1
r.,M J, T i C I- t 1 -. iv nery .,t %,.,, I .,.- tor (crI,) it .I, to
L. C. Sri tn.S~.)ors .vrid Jeveiry. cI t. at o- for r.!.tne vftii. pof,
M, s R. W, %4n. Dry Good% and Not ons IrI '(I Ill,.l 11, .& [-,. .1,z:1
Saiu'uet. Ear r. Grcerfes and Ftvd Stuff%.1art 4 114.it, ili- :.i.t. azoJ ui .
C-ty Bio-e' B' J iidPJ auod P. ti/ hoct.aI,. r
P. V. Si telo Frebh M ir it%. I 't a nil loi t(i j 1 .ig 1.oIio e,1
Crawlfrd & Decos. LLvely and Sate Stables.o4. h i. t ear cit, il (ii.. t-
The Sun. Prrtnq and Publistin g. 4o1,. %% clt- *i I. a'1i .ra!i,o.. alt! tat! LrbsvlA*
Tve E' Hn H.t.L. Mc -ca atr iu LG..W.nU. f.al f 11 (1 reri d tIr d i- Ion s.
N F incifcO Banana Hoube. Fru.ts. Etc. 4 lit 1.1- -- *% ut a #. .&.'2..t*.. de teje,. tu uitb*
cf Vw r .11 ie c rac e i~cc ije h tair date, J Il Dot lI'
E'jd rn 'jf. Co. Lumber and Bu,!d-ng Materal. (!,-AAo cit 1f orucee to h .c rediteo% iln r
Standard Fert zer Co.. Fert ariefS. 1to.i : ot iIe ltr Ii ( ntott .h


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$1.215-Thrute Luonthb' subcriptwiiW .O ................ 0 votes 700 votcM
$'2.50-- Six Illozithb'iitlis' nbs' :u11. 1.200 votes 1.600 vote
$5.00-- Ont l sri-,b sl t l", (1 0 1. ... 3.500 vott-5 4.5W00 vute
[tr a i 41, A1'.Vt:J) s .000 v t.J 3fii1oJ vutjt3
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SJacksonvile, Solicitng votes by cand dates or friendss within the stores
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FUIRIDA. APRIL 24. 1909
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Get .Our '..t-.. in the ce(-op. rat'


Truth and

Quality


&PPWi nt' hte Wc!!.!rfnrm-1 ii nevMr
walk ro 1f ieand art' A ii- t- M 9..rn at

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rk-una of RICe rat Deng Saundern

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S. C J. Mixcn. Ci'y.
Dr. J. Colson has re-turn-d from
profesional ai it to Cedar K.y.
ve or does 'Y will cure any
Sof Chilli andt Peer. Price 2;c
t ln line wth us and try t.!a'
ISr e taUB-ed beef. J G. Harrold
M. B. Davis. one of the ut-rchantA
Hague. was a iasitor to thI" M .:.
teday.
H. L Meamto y of M knol,
o amoUg the busim- visitors to tbh
rrida).
SJ. J dPatc has returned frotn
rt visit to friends and relatives
Ailacua and Hague.
'e have te bet tI fregh meat
also vemtabais iA o .aaoui Give
that order today J. G Harrold.
rs. J. M. Pelellen left ye-terday
Mrcltosah ere she 11l sppend
a rit few ays viasuing friends.
k's Chil Tesc is guaranteed to
SchlMs. fevr. cads and lagrippe
SS U. Sod by W. M. Jotsaon.
the large advertisemet aad
who is coasected with the ac
ve contest. Valuable premium

.. Markey. oe of the enterpriaiug
ts of High Sprnnag. was here
y. having tomu tuL look after
taxes.
I. E Wehiter left yesterday for
City and uthlr puouns south in
the lateret of the Dutton Phos-
Company.
W. Higd"a of H1gih Sprianl. a
I business man of that place.
here yesterday looking after orne
as uater>.
A Itrtflrd of Ot a':. one- of
leadnl g attoliuntes of Ir. Itrick
and a!-o counu-l for th.- A C I.
way. i lb te- t it)
her- a SomeK. ('CIar to lijUe lr ki
ItI-noon and ariilla .xtraXt- t4h-
a twlusg Iur. arb-olut)l> the- habL-
"**R-al Fr iit Flaipr
Sp*'( Ifl fIr pain -I-- t.rii'D 1
-tr.v (oil -ttroi iKI- t : ti '-t i ii
it .*\.r r1'-\ ir d. A A hiu-. ':,.I re hi,
1I1 Anoll riciC fur .." .'-.A r.-
r. R I : l1 lxod Ix o .. A.dI.A
1 i th (it Il t a ,,iof .11, *
.\ Mil- .4 4- r t1 14 I Ilit; 1 :4 ;
>. ~hli r- .-rh- ill .;-It fto, itid
I; \e-.t of Itliglh SlraigK- i-
Sia '" *atil *n.ie io Ab e- K *II ,,
if'-4,ii l j4-- drril d III the (t it \ %e I
a.I ; Ie lI. Is'- t at th. he.irijii
A Fiair-! th -,:, o It I..
l i'll i! 4tIn ll.ll I'.li.k 1 -4 K4 I,
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of bth St. t., l ink. r- A- -,o : .' ..

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*~ rcly, ~n.1 f.r mal' by all leanLg drug-


AT DORSEY'S TODAY.

2's i'ound' tbeat gra: :Ilat.d -ulgar I1
ArlpUr-l#. Ar'o'aa ('eo -. I-
IRest Kerooene Oil E. ".c galioL
Callifrrala PruNrs %c pound.
Califfirnia Pea(-h4-e c pound.
Barrel Iro-:h %lack#r-l. I .c two fe ,v

Anotho-r case of that dehiaei.u?
Saowked alitoat ju-t arri'.-d.
W. S. I4)R8EY & C0.


Bave DMont-y tby iiii u- ouru
orders for freah nlea:t- J .; iiarruli
New kit of fre-hb amack r* I for the
trade today. Saunders & Earil
Dr. G. R. Illdwin of Jacksoriill,
arved in the city este-rday. having
been called bhre &or ronsultationi
We now ba.e- ipdeitv of th e b-t but
ter uad buttermllk. hirh can I,.- Ipur
chlaed from the- wagn I'hole -*.;I
The East End Dairy
S. J. llis. ni-r(chatt of Alachua.
was visiting int the- c.it) e-st-rda.
lie accotIIaitAlied-l Col Y. Hlmith dorih
in his nea touring tar.
Do't mi s the bargains. In to. ami
rolfee (;oajd i -a (only 401*** illuil iand
regular 2t-r coff*-e- for 1 .4 h:.l- at
lasts. Saunders & ra-rl-
Mr. (; It. Stein o( (kala arriT.d In
tbh- cilt e.terdaY and will .I-ulild ihe
l,.l t fev. da.I 'ibitinig th. ;i l, l. t .
ht-r rous-r (Col. J. M Hl..*Tr-
Dr J. L;. Kelle-y. .ui.rlaiit wilsIt of
-h hMd. lha ret-tiri-d frotii (;*.rgt
sh r. 1i. ws rec-.-a!4 c.ill- 1 .. It.
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OFFICERS ON THURSDAY

SOCIETY FORMED IN GAINESVILLE
BY ENTERPRISING CITIZENS.


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PUTTING IN DRAIN &EVSR.

Force of Men Are Now Engaged on
East Mechanic Street.


I elr:tir --r !r,, !r''nj E.ast NI;! b*
to S %1kI .0-t JI.- t,7 ;v r.(.
As !4impt .aid fits %. V. e i La- Li. \i- l-.t
3., tt-yI At ,AL v. kol 1a itac the it rifle-4
Prick %I4; n.-:4' ill C('4lie 3(*. i1141Wif
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kill- Se V. 311ha#-e at j..n..t en. hl'wk

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Has Purchased More Stock.
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United Sta'es, State, County and City Depository


We Have Two Suites of Nice Offices For Rent in Our Building,
Northwest Corner of the Square.


IT'S FRESH EVERY DAY!


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ach inbsertion. but no adverUbt-
ment taken for less tnaa 20 cents. Six
words make a line:; o fractional lines.
every word over each six cour;ing a-
an additional line. CAbH In advance
must accompany all orders ftr lu.-
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KEYSTONE BAKERY
Phone 165. R. T. Sciafer. Proo.



Miss N. Norton


Novelties, Boots, Statiocerj

Souvenirs, Sheet Picturm
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