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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 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01647
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXVI. NO. ;7


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TEN CENTS A WEEK


INSI


IRANCE


BILL VOTED


BEANS AND CUKES GAINESVILLE BOARD OF
ARE NOW MOVING


DOWN BY THE SENATE -GANESLLE WILL SO
SHIPPING CAR LOTS.


TRADE TO INCORPORATE


Senator VeCueArWt lt Reltive toFr nd Anf fi,'Cnws C aromw Will M e Cutf... l~pdanhatin I tnMa wWaribd Far Mhuv TMWd. f


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Hunting DIscsed

TALLAHASSFF:. April 24 After
sover an hour i debate,. the. Snati.ite F'r
day morning killed the .McMullen iin-
surance bill hy .a ote of ": to 7 c n
Anal Ias.salge Tih, ill w11 f. t!;,
removal of the tax of :2 peIr c(ent of
piremiums laid on ioliciels in the
State In insurance conipanlie's olerat
ing under the laws of Florida
Senator Dayton. Senator .I n t i
ind Senator Hiarris .elokv at I. i.:- !
against the bill. It was argued that
It was unconstitutional and Mlr liar-
ris also argued that the, State i- i; ;:
In a position to face e%\n :i :slight los I
in revenue at the pres-t"nt t ini'. as it
faces a deficit now of hundr .cl cof
thousands of dollar:-.
Senator Mcluullen and ieinator Mas~
sey each defended the bill. claiming it
to be conneltutional and asho iareteing


Sfor the encouraging of horne Indus
tries.
Senator C('(cne spoke at leiigth for
the bill. c laininaK that tlih. great iiinir
ance tax Ipours millions of dollars an-
Iually into the tre.as.urie's of tlie North
ern ciilompanll Ie t ron the Southe-ru
state s.
The' hill ;i.- 1<-- h,\. \.h r
S4Senator McCreary's Bill.
Near tI tlhri.-ieirtlr:l'o alln hour a-
also take-ntil i, i a d haate, o\er thel
AlcC(rear. ill, aiardileg the riglit of
entry c(,n lalid.' lor f.-hiAig or Ihultili.
S Senator li 'rear' .'irrtli' te '' eilt'i
the m-uea>ir I. l'it I' %- hardly f'iught
by St iatIr H .,lli.tli- ;Iat, tli hers it
I t (0 I t1Oil, i oite for ipa'.-.lge.
tit, S t" i n ;'. i; i (to t ithe tlr i-i
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SRoutine Proceedings.
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l at S ne Le t. .Heavy for Next Several Days. Advance A
I t SomeGood PriceL Received.'

ing insurance companies organized in The (;alinetsille likeard of Trade is to
ICucumlu ers and enaUl are noIw mnlov
Florida from paying to State Treas. hmte inorlporated. and the necessary
mmr.'r Iwrr cent of the gross amount Ing from this section at a raid ratet. lwpers for this end have already been
,of receipts of premiums from policy and within the next few dabs it i, ex- forwarded to Senator McCreary at
holders In the State. was taken up as Iwected that they will be leaving this Tallahassee to have passed at this ses-
'an order of the day. section in car lots. sion of the' IALislature.
SSenator Iteyton stated that the (rowers that have protected their There are a number of very import-
SState is now involved in deflclencies anlit measures to come before the
crops ha'e been hilal,inag for so,me, board within a 'hart while that will
amounting to hundreds of thousands poard within a short while that will
of dollars and objected to loss of reve- time, but the majority of them are require their best efforts, and the
'nue that would result from the Ipa'o- just now beginning to get to where move to Incorporate the body was
age' of th bill. He also held the bill they can cut a hundred baskets each deemed best. as they will then be en-
to be unconstitutional. dla. and with next week they will get abled to make bids and own and con-
Senator Ma.Nase cited from I'nited off a large amount of cukes. trol proi.rty.
States Supreme lCourtans are- also numerous in this Among the principal projects being
roe that the eaurte de coin section and are seIlling In the local worked for. anld which wl tI o con-
Spiro% that the' ea,,ure i onritu- market at 5 centt Ier quart. Hun- elude.d as soon as the board is Incor-
) liollal. He ixdnted out lite ,,nornoiu
ivoluie. o premium )n o urtig out n or tldreds of hasket.s are- tIing shlpIlwd porated. is a move that will place
vorida lu to the treasourigs of th for ah dii t h h t' grtee', aidi wal x Gainesville among the leading tourist
ilorida anto the treasuries of the for tariet-. Ilut thlle' ricets ar se ,T low towns of the State. allowing stop-over
vignll comllllpanies and urx#o1 tho I,r(,- ,it this \,.i:,ta h,.
tection of the home companies. H.e thi;s ,r'et leges on all tickets purchased
!ijnod that th ame coplh. l) A slihll "culke trail i l wi I, her. and also giving this city a beol
ld t railroad S re e li' ii e placed inll ciiinlissioin li. thle' Sa;iltard ,*r." r:l, 'than it has been accorded in
lat.i i' ilra re nilin t and it will. within the next two ie.-ksi the. Ipai-t in tthis class of travel.
last i,.-i.-.ltur,, a lt' t ,lj' .ii.ll ti.e
m .carr. out daily somlething like. tel Tilh seas.onl just closed has been the
Siiator .olin-on clim tt S ar frioilm tlhi Io. II~I.~ r ,t lo etcr-l ~-".u ,f this class that
er M:a .. wa no \ crnl.r. .t oi A esnti trom the south i. al-o : aine.\ill', haa ejlle'd in a number
r- 1 :(-th i. hill. it .r a t the' crtOwer. twc solid '.tts ,,of \,.;a!- and it h. lead I.-,mhters of
pi a--iici thromth (Gainie-v\ill- S .turilr;i. t!:,. i,, a, i to Ibl ll.\e that such an ti n-
8,la;itor .\1<1M iill,.i r f Sc'tia r M iliiii e t itlou ld Ill made. faith the re--
r.ccut.il \;trat .rs-li'tre' oil c ae iin lh. 'i..t,,.,i ll o it o the, ((uiltrv aiin-t suit tllhl ha,., gone to work to have
-Iur,. nt,. .onult and other ca s.. tl(,t- andl 0ier and oillijN ..l the. hill h,. he' lard lictwlorli)ra:lted in order to se'
i'i, that hi.s coistruction ol f lithe clause,' $e'a.ltior H ulnhllries. oplonst41 the' t. the l i., ir e, i r id !
insider di.-cusision is correct. That th re -ili.tir.. A otih r a nta that i:, ni e
snr rr. Anoilihr adv intaiK< that L:- now hw
i% no lu'-.- iini of legalit. hl d clare II .1 itlion t -e r <'>iemntiitt ia. s t l iot ; taititted l lid hi ih has already i
'io I,' a fac t.l]e it b-ill a I, It II a l ,' t .e(if .. ;, k, d for It thel I o.rdl. Is better
l:' r frri- ol *'I I tl., n c:s t. o 7 ):uiiliw tariliti,. to and from all we'-
'i' r. .. ri ts tin in.i ill .ionlit-! 'i Se'nator it,.atrd had his statutory hill rn poiintl- iclu. diTii Aliehi't lnd


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Taylor counties along the western
lines of the Atlantic Coast laie rall
way.
The board has requested that te
train which is now run from Ctr to
High Springs he changed to r t fro
Perry as a starting polat. to Citra sad
return daily, making the start early
enough to give the western commectio
with the train that will be placed oa
about May 2nd from Ocala to Jackso.
ville.
If the railroad people conaset to
give this a trial It will be see that
a large amount of money wemld be
brought here that now goes elsewMhe,
since it would give the people of tht
section an opportunity to eme to
Gainesville at much less cot and
would prove benecial to all parties
concerned.
Should this prove asucesstl. and
with the Improved service over the
Seaboard. It will enable the people
from every section to come here ad
return home the same day, allowing
a Iert or all day In Galneaville, as
they desire.
It will be seen by the above that te
Iprolwr effort is belong ade to give
(ainesville the very ba' srvice It
ha, e"\ p rat.'n.m and if the Board of Trade
is :ue're'ssful it will mean more trade
f.,r !ii- cit.v thton tever before.
Tte Smu. aloiin with hundreds of
oihers.. trults that the board will
lW' snf('erewi4 fl in the undertaking.


hi'sband Held the Gun


While Wife Pulled Trigger


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Six People Injured By i i' 1


Fierce Cyclone in Georgia ,,
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JO(%ESVILLE NOTES.


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4 I a -b! h e' 'i 't e l ce 'r h uau
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a :' .Im,-11, i f'' tie c er II to cull the'
I .I1 O I 're'ctthe' gim

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cel, L' i ie' I, i c 'ut i~ic ii' r aIll ea .m'A hg aev"141A 111-41 1iics ulmt i n
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VUS .m "W&AMS TO At
WMIS~a MONDAY MORIM& rn


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6eMnto8e8w OeGMl and Addresses
Win asI eWre lbp
Or. C. L. Crw.

Memorial Day win be Attingly oei
ad b1y the Caslderate Vetersas
-ir tme n-mm o Stmewall Camp.
.C. V., Kirby Smttr J. inley and
ed Lee suwer tr. D. C.
The tbs WO *eat at 9 ocsek t&o
Smrrr it the baud stan
mI w at eme proed to the easm
nnr. vhe amr woI decorate the
-e ef the MWfm oldea-s, I-.
ndi the duw I tom o*l the
Omumd a 4*. w lhk h to be do.
re by Dr. C. L Criw at the Tab-
ame i at it *Lod.I


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he bead sn at 11 ek ma to atten
e nwulie of the Staeal Cap
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mm at *0I bmw send st- 9 o, e


do 11d n'o at wl to mow

to a body.


J.J.. PL te Cepa-r, U. C.
Member of thi chapter are re-
-1OWd to meeo t at Miller Vdal's on
Memday morning at 10:30 to attend
te memorial exercises of stonewall
Camp, U. C. V. Contributioma of
Viewers are soMclted, and those having
(hem will please send to the band
aWnd at A:30 a. m.

Mikdrd Lee Chapter.
The,aembers of Mildred L-ce Chap-
ter. '. D. C.. are requested to nme-et
Monday morning at le:::, o'clock In
front of the store of .Millt r & Vidal for
the pt rltw. of artt din' t ; .
and decorating grr~, i. :. t
dead.


SANITARIUM NOT5S.


Th tar uiu A .a i ri kaw. n. aud the. ipiitr & a*- I i i., ii t!
tution I, iuWere a.la l.*st*all l r
Hodg e. the Medical liirectcr. Ilh 1i
saing circular letters to the' phIb ictianl
f Florida. calling their attention to
the Sanitarium as an ideal llace for
*ivalido.
)wilna to the gradual Increa~e' In
patrunae'. under the prcs.nt manaice
ment. Mrs IBradley. the elceticnt head
nuriv,. has found It necessary to II
cr' a.. the nursing corps by lit a+'l'
tlon of another trained nurw,'. and
MiLs Covlngtos. of Jacksouiull., has
arrted for this purpose.
Mrs. J. E. Slas of North (ainestllle
ha been s'erously III. but has ilmpro\
ed d-cild'dly since the ol lctaion aAs
performed on her. and It In flt that
she wIll inow recover conille-te-l
Mrs ('has IA-<'roi,. aio ;us N'rie
oupI. injured Iii a ruIia sa n llre t:'i,.
mli l '.1 It Ii ti ii r < iarc 1 f1.r ;it t, ,

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Meitom: InMrs. Juls 8mrhtl. Tarpon
wI mpgt ; ao.. Ceme., Jergey City;
i lUner. Nitmuosin; MIs P.
LIe sral Cty; Caspel r Pneter.
Iebotees; D. Mnuter. Te ne. t.
Cay peamtt are Mrs. J. I Sim. Mrs.
CM. LCro i. L Robl.osa, Mrs.
A. I. L Robinson.
Dr. Carey P. Rogers, a prominent
erpN of Jacksomville. was a visitor
to the Uaaltartum during the week.

LiTTIR TO CR. WATSCN PORTER.,
Gaiaesville. Florida.
Dear Sir: Suppose you are growing
a. acre or two of cabbage; where ll
you get your seed? The price of Long
slalnd seed is $2 Ib; the (;rman s .,nd
over tons of "cabbage-seed" .,*'c Iound.


Most gardentrs buy the (G;rr'an
seed; of course, you know th, '
wouldn't pay I$ for cabha*'- n***4!-
when they could gut it for ','c. And
that's bow people do about .ev.rYthing
Careful people buy the smaller
package of each. count-ouit 1'9 *.**-'*'d
of each, and grow th'eml a r41-.k in :
hot-house*; tht'u 'ount thi-ir Ii. lt'
They've got l*t1 long I-land plaiit'


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S\\'} dil il t tth,. 'rn.i, I < r4'1 '
rThi. (.* rm .ans l ad k:l:. I i. li.a dt i nt
S\W hat
Th r w l! ,I- n, kill.
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a ath a hit.'.ash or paiti t. gee V Imv
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13 a day ftr bru-l1iiag It cill Itut
a hit*'aamh Is a hitv'a ah. p(mir plaint is
gx rgl Ir alt. and jrcfd good ii"
Youd qelter biju. gmoi. aln gdae k 4ut
) our gfxid ib% the',fuimiIti-r .of gallice,. it
taken to fcoie'r a jeils lei&t-i .'a"lei -
IN-at paint s1 t 'a lloas..leAt 4e41-1 1.'
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D DICTION SELVES

FM MASOmIC TENP

IBILDINO WILL SI TENOERID
BY A. M. CUSHMAN.

Secret Servlces Will Occur in the Af-
ternoon. Ccnure*ncng at
2:30 O'clock.

Th. ;raind I tnx!" of MI"!onsi of the
S'*a '-. Fi;ria 1ill a-eniblu e In this
Sit: A: t;l .:' h f'r the ,url~~e ,of dedl-
,a:v.st th. new Ma-ionc Temple.
*hich i-. on,* of the handsomest and
'arge,v buildings of any interior city
S t'.*- .I',t.
A ry interesting lproram has
htwn arrange-d. the first part of which
sill comprise secret work. commenc-
inl at 3:3t in the afternoon and re-
..'Ijl.:: fn .. -i ,o ii iii lae-. io the

During the forenoon, from 10 a. m.
to 1 p. Im. the building will be open
for public Inspection and all who de-
sire will be sbowu through the build-
ing to view the handsome decorations
ad interior of one of the finest lodge
rooms of Florida.
Commencing at 8 p. m. will be one
of the greatest gatherings of a simi-
lar nature ever sees aI Galnesville.
Addresses by several promilaet eit-
mes wl b he ard. together with
plenty of good msce. as the Masons
have opred neither time nor expense
in arranging th part of the program.
In ad4otion to local talent that has
been seIod they will have as arche
tra to ftnrmish mute throughout the
evelnig. This pat of te program
will be open to those who receive Invi-
tatlons.
Following is the program:
3:30 p. m.--rand Lodge of Florida
In special session. Tender of building
to Lodge by Brother Alonzo M. Cush-
man for the committee.
Acceptance-BIrother Marcus Endel
Address-Rev. H. 8. Yerger, Grand
Orator.
li dicatlon.

Benediction.
8 p. m.-Reception. Address by
prominent citizens.
M u.-tc.
l'..i f u r.
Heildes the Grand loxlOl of IMaason.
of the State.. It Is expectedd that a large
nunlber of the craft from ill ll section
of Florida aillt N. Jlr. ei.Lt on this oe-
ca.ion. and the- loc<; l niii rn .r will
u*.- their ,.* r\ e ffort to na;k. this i"'
r:.-ioi on, that ill lhng | r. nm' rtio

Best Treatment for Colds.


PORTER S8 OCK


GAINESVILLE9 FLORIDA


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Your Opportunity!


Saive Iirt of your n1o0ent, regularly aill I 1h-
m).-it your *-aJI ving in tin's strong 1ank---, .
of tlh great tiaiiv.ial in.ititutionis of lriolwa.
Your ionv \ll' 1%111 -v ealrtilii g Iper t-Ilt illit r-
t t fir vl' ;-- ,rkir,., \lile. ',,m w ik, lkut
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GIUNESVILLE. FLOUIAA


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At the first sue-
-etinn of summer
weather let the
range ire do out,
set a New Perfectio
SI\\K Blu e P!ama
Oi Cook-,tore in a
c coer of the kitchen,
and at one the family
tboiing. rnin. and bak-
ing may be done with
comfort, because the
'"New Perfection" de-


livers the heat under the 1
kett: and .1t about 1
the room. As.4ter
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NEW PRIfEiIKWON

Wek m ae mie 01 CkStve
i its CABINET TOP-a feature found in no other oil stov

di- nfur keeping Ieals hot after they are cookedfor
arming plates ad for keeping towels handy. Made i
three iar-with or without Cabinet Top as desired.
At your deal.t or rie our nearest agency.


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40-Inch Inldia l.iniia A tiroiex
,hoer material. threteghl.a ash.
abl.-. 1-'-2 alue-
Monday at ................. 8' c

India Uim
40-inch India Linon. A regular 18c
value. A limited lot
Monday .......... 12!/c the Yard.


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Ill our Beautifully appointed IRadly to Wear Parlors
we are still as busy as at the itginiling of the .season and
each day's Expretss brings us the foremost fashions from the
Northern markets. saturday's Expre.s brought us an ex-
tensive line of handsome Wash ('oats. These are made of'
Irish linen anld elaborately trimmed with cluny lace and in-
sertion. Priced from $1.9' to $7.98.


Frnch Lawns, Etc Tl Iids Tiwel
Special vallle iI 42 t'i)e :. plo-ces this celebrated French Aborhent Towels, good size. A
Plain White F'rencl I.a.%al air! Gi;gham. n.e.st Spring Patterns. splial value at
Btis tes I< to 1 c alue Monday ................k Elach.
Monday at...... 1c, 1k, 22c. 29c. Monday at ........ 12' c the Yard.
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ffi p steN rurCbales We have just received a large lot
30-(nch Fancy llati-te. in lmost at- Regular 12c Percales, light and of the newest the market affords
tractive design and col.,rini-. dark colors. p8ring Patterns. in unimner Parasols. These are
sheer, firm cloth 2*;'.c alues Monday ...........10c the Yard. .-lwciallv Ipritv-d
Monday at ..........15c the Yard. Monday. ......c to $7.5O Each.

Mac Twds LiTo SitiM
2. pieces of these Fancy I.a. nio li To lrlr. Ilain Whit.r I.i.n uttitu-.. .e
S,..et .ff.-t. and (olor.. 1 hnitltched. 2.,c %alues.
In ne.. d Monday at ............c Each. dally ,r.d for
valt- Monday at 25c to 1.49 the Yard.
Monday at 12 2c the Yard.

Uius litiq StriydtiMns
Ginjlull&m s 1. ,o* ards I lwo<.al I.inl.i 1Suit- ::e;-inch all Pure I.jnen.. White
3 ca.~-e ritulatr l1.I2 inl I( ; t ;al iKg in Natural. HK *e II1.,. grounds with Illinc. (;Gre-ii. C(',opl-
hamni. Spriiil Part. ris. all i,%w Itrown. Jalpanl and ietd. The-. ;ar. haagen and Tan tllrile.- .,jeuiial-
colors. all 2 '.- ;.ilne, for ly adalte-d for suiiing'.
Monday at 9' c the Yard. Monday's selling, at 13'2c Yard. Monday ....... 32'- the Yard.
t* oSA0qoooo oeo a pg


A mew Wash Fabric. 34
wide in Copenhagen, Navy.
White. Brown and Tan.
value
Per Monday ..... .17Yi/ the


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Inches
Black.
A 2.c
Yard.


36-inch Extra Heavy Quality
White Linens for Wash Sults. We
have only enough for onr d..y'a
selling. ISc value.
Monday .......... 12 Vi the Yard.


L and 4-hole Pearl Buttons. 5c val-
us. .......Monday 3c per Desen.


l buttonn Pure Silk Gloves, In
White. Itlack. Light-Illue. Pink.
limonoii. ()Old OIo.. ('hanimpagne and
Itrown t. S .l %alue.
Monday at ..... ... 98c the Pair.


..o* ard& Linen. Torchon Laces
and Iniwrtlons to match. 7e to
lIec value. Monday at 41 v Yard.


Embroidered UnenColars. Dutch
Collars and lace-trimmed Jobota.
3:' values. Monday at ie So ah.


Embroidered Umen Collark a
alSes, newest pattern. te value
Monday at............14e ash


22 doses Ladles' BIlk Hose. Whteo
Black. Green. Champagne. Ught-
Blhe. Pink. Corn and Brows. $1.5
values. Monday at $Ij per Pair.

I., 0. 1to "'Clit Mosoato
Nets at $1.25. 11.0* and $1.75. the
famous "I Ne" Frame and Net,
Monday .............. IM Solk.


50 dosen Men's Wash Tte. Ptala
White and Paences, We tales,
Monday at ...........l... B ash
, Sg *

A new line of the famous True
Shape Htme nl all spring shades.
Monday ............ the Pair.
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Some article that Is simply "in the
way" at your house might. f adver
tlred, be sold to someone who Li anx
gsely looking for f t.

H-AR CO.

GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just re-


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Tfie OlFeMjeA ND of I ie L lra r* ALicbr ia
COIJPIY CONDENSED 1.Pjoli w ImIll hiai aIietentalalnlvitt (tit
S ininar laaii ion s .tuid-i.v
M4 .,i Call 'leo43 Fe1-i T h.I I '61 -.II I V '.I. detdat.( it.
iid I'i;a oil Alachuaa. i.-I. .tli~lh~j I;lo-i,.nlee a. r'gi


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for an aftrimooni of pleasure. as ist a
worth> caus.- and ca-t our %iot( f,,:


'. r Urtfo tet for (Qlue'en als.ao ha.4-
th a oriailt-e- 4o f wtltiiig for tOe- pre-t
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Th, I.ileraig'.19loceing?-toe 4u 3and1 --f)


I:r iry few. calls have been md
UlmIU the p Ilile fr its support. It
IIno hbecomet' lneratleLi% and we ask
1oui aid. so comen help a worthy cause
anill hliab* a alternuon of real pleas-
Surl Hliai nitlur the date. May let.
Sun "-Want" ada. brta resi.&


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$2.50, $4,


General


$1.50,

$5, $6.


Agents


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farther, spreads easier

than any other paint


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THI DAILY BSU: 8AINSVILLI, FBIRIA, APRIL 2., 1909


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INCRgASINN VALUE OP R401 .


SWa.hingtla n authurtie- stat" that'
for t,; irt tlme In the hltorv rof (
i l O til'e noaal *tor" industry. th r
tins of rifn in the 'nitedl t.:te dur t
3I. IL s ...... ..aite Plmftolr In I% ,1o I*d turl'ntaln. n ali! .
m t *Sibnce the Introduction of Imlnruu.I
7 IL U. Wr ...... Come I wesw o methods of hbadling the Ireat ye I.
Slow pite forests of the Southern
Os te l Mamam rtlork. states the comparative value of roe-
S W.a eL~~, a. r m is oin has advanced by leaps and bounds.
lsaeeuw A g wM erle w-mla--"A I1 I"o9 the value of turpentine ex-
We br.ddoeledeOWrnortorlteitey. r 'e',ledd the \alue ,if the rwin produc- l
btMW tIP M OeMd a e4U~1%,p~meO tion by more than $.'.**,.**,.4 and in n
soas* S :wI argOwa".ma e fas o-.ree 1..1,, by nearly $.:.,iiooon IBy o'M,; the fi
i p ria wet alue of the output of the P'eondary a
I product adianced to the- Iolrtt ,bere e'
Snl. al- -la -ta l e It was leI than l$1.,

Now 'i upfy adobkag uadn do a
apIo u.


Mbe TwlseW amteas eight pe.f ert
Mlm Paer, paMidmery e e, mae sad
.A n. me sases alt the ams o the
.k eaKt me aed gasmti, d witt Ie
11- ll, iM/ T IrYl cl .r I
agess rasS r' .m a s i-imadvasce.
Tetlp osaw B-M, ft y ,n at tM l hw,,d





lll wU,.-. to net a edwrtw




T aet rM 1 tN ss anS fte" sea
INo hw tbI *So for a3 mew eae.



*M to a rl ewea Oe llt

- o e a uv a h th lO a okHM.
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T h Obo 3 wa Ne a Wi wl
be Sedo hey bs i LAga. aeSw-





h e pletag lMl option the a be
7%.0buse lMtA" an nvesm et
* am* hasbaequkd3S.MReto

mi will eaver tob lae a large
member of ew er l enr up the tract.
3t embrace what Is kown as the St.


Tbw MetreplM says a e lhee, a
pleMigw ve s smad a saphy arm.
thed hi tLo lat esat rectiom of fash.
m. were too much for a seatleman
* o. Okahsoma ih Jacksmaville a day
or two since md be fell before the
mma's cha ms to the tune of Se,.
Ntin stra ge about tha-who-
M rehams a creature pose ilng
seek embellishbmnts?

The asplt iasso the labor party
members of parliament t in England is
Ukely to work In favor of the liberal
gYoerament. Owing to the Influence-
ed the laor party in recent general
aid bye elections great Inroads hae r
been mnde It the Ildtral vote andi
many seats have been lost In conse-
que~nce. I~sunlon iu the labor party
will r,'duce its Influentr"c in future.
lertkaons.


The groas inde('ou.c uf Ini3)y Pila Ni
and operas has lot i i0.1. | a. .... Sei<
the faeor bhownu 0... -. <.-.1.' 1i.,..i
clety. much of which re. ilt I in iloral
llth and under the p-ioctiou,' KgllJi- oi
promotlanx art" enl'ouraMt'e i a \tIlous
state. W'heln wealthy ie-oil,,- l their
silks and latlin. IuoslIl 1a* l'eadera of
refaement and society. c uuntla1iine
sucb exhibitions it Im little' wuunder
that others follow their exilaple

The Pensacula Journal is h.rlr.il'
in Ifaor of a ConslituicLtlll 'Coi cii
tlon. 'Above all," says The Jour.
sal. "when called let only those' lit
Cluhen as delegates who will be theu
most competent to handle so injpurt-
ant a matter both because of their
natural intelligence and education in
government principles With tlbe beet
cstilitutounal work of the' clnturie'u
before It. Florida is in a pos tlotn to ae-
cure. the Ulo1s **eff-c'ltLi set of bhas"r
lawn enter adopite.d by a Htatc "


Iit re.eao jlw ito n &,IoI,5s o % o II.

Dlerfl Iu u Il-aruat ij le
Stull oI I!.. I0 oo t llI" t I o j -011 too I

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alh'eo of tui-entine ano last year its
value Jumia-d t rr-t 1Ince' in the nav-
al torest, oi.ti nt l l.e.re t wa $t;c'.,41.
mno, o%\ r thPe %alue of the turietintie
production. The following figur-r,
give a graphic idea of the rise of the
product in v'a.ie:


Year
1900

1105
1997
LW,8


Turpentine
$1 4.24 .;.:,
1S.1 iO.4!9
18.283.309
14.112.377


RoJsin.
$ ".1I:: .";
7.2:>3 .7.9
17.31 .0.(9
17.7h23.309


Rolan Bads Increasing ue in many
nadutrtes. The Inest grades, bwich
are valued accordlag to their degree
at delaress, are used In the manufac.
ture of soaps, ne varnih and for
"salag" In the manufacture of paper.
The medium qualities are mostly cd-
sumed ia akiLng yellow soap. a a
mx for oWder. as a coetltueut of
eling wax, with tallow for common
Mindls, mad hn nar cy. The low-
eat qgsltin of roin are edl for
Iteb OI ship and boat bualdnla. for
brewma ptchb I sealing the beads
and staves of barrls which bold
qulds. ad forte distllatloi of rosin
ol which eaters into the manufac-
tore of lubricating materials. With
these varied and ever-lacreaing uses
it I eaa to see bow the annual con.
sumptiMn of rolss last year amounted
to more than 4250..00 barrels, valued
at nearly 18.000.00(.
Tbha great decline in the prices re-
ceived for turpentine in 1908. while
the prices for ruin were ranging mlor
.u cc.;l r.a-ty w :'.: tho..: .,. ;.. j (i,.
ceding year. Las much to do with this
condition. but there are other causes
which combine to lend Interest to this
climax in the general trend of ad-
vancement In the value and iiaport-
ance of this product of the naval
stores industry.
That the general Improvement in
the grades or rosin. produced by a
tmore genit'ral Uae of inijrc,\t .l i.o I heod-
If turi n-itlniln i. reseoal3 lhel' to 1an
appreciable' extent for tIh,- inlcre.s-t i!1
the v';alt of the ciitir." ro-inl oIut|I0ir
is uacqcouetd.ziuaeli,. a'rordingi to it,. n fa
n illar with tiI- t.i.l.- Art o lr <.t' i-
for thii. conditiu n i toi- 'coti-a.t11nt11\ inj
creasing de'nanld for ro-in. anil isp.
dcally the- pailr ainl moare .iAtlili.li
Kradsc' Ith inl tlii anidl ia ftor' iC~
r'iountri-


ttoo'liuoh..'i tlte t glino' \1 11'exto oo I T 1 1
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s ere' to-w iu t'f. ; r i i ~ t 'i.

-tm i' Io I 111.1f
'A I fia ct' 1 o ..1ot41.1 aol I I
re'fusaa-e'd w:i tI'. -I .i~I'

saiere-a-e-cl aanri 1%,ar h'. 'e*-r at ls
too'ei ellasohix ig ti.d'.r ai tii h. % at.e I t-oi
'ealut' aand i aheoirtsatict'. tat il it has -u,
So-e'cl.'d Ir I pa- ing turio-t oI 0to'

iaor' Imlortunl joremIaao f ta'101.3
a-tureM faimii


Thel poelitiol which i r-lli h.is ie ulli
e'd iln the naialll tliore,. IIn.irkit.- argue
well for lincr'a.lInK tho' use- of co ni
ieralltie nlothodl w la ilsi t i.\, r l-lt
ed to such a great el %\to t i n il-r. a-
lig the i'alue' of the' rTo-iin 1. Iproliti
IInK Ig~l- r gradlri \N a0: i s lo .i- 1,* 'i
Itiori o.il< t1 t i tand i oi i 1 .111 I' ti-, i tio
Klf eid, I .etl v .ilil.iK*+ in ,111 a th i lin I.
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tititi thi- 1.61Agoe oo eto o''*I 0

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IN 140% I'tSl I&l l'Ar 111,A.4 o'.1lo I.oi ,10 1 4 111 f 0
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A MATTER OF DOUBT.


.' maid 'ewo.ta'ri IowtI~inaok-. ;m antii
mno-itri lpas (Clark r mnet I r 3 dip
Liplen of ueh rather 1,l0fo to' I? eo IlcI
Lp alIslature. t v. .*'. (of thes exntlts'
.o~tj' a! wi4,l114 1 ,uI'l Zee foor'usted for'
,111a1215'aq' --4;anre '%111 # 811"
list the- iot.re' of (lark sould pori-
0)V1Y Iw loft cult Wotthe' Iom3t noembt'~l-l
.V, r' the' No-li.. .kan hail uaii'ol-s- uptho
irth %ith him l'o'ramar'eela Journal.
The Tribune' Is notl P o ur'e' atxnai
hat It Itol ofr t h. olioloon that. fm hit,
ma1i%, he-ath iti in th, mHPi't oef hi
rie'-ndq. Mr. ('lark %w 'ii 1.1 Nanti11].%
ifolo to mo'eritnle' w l,,.?e'e'r uelwriaor
-:w rit-tic Mr ireaarn na % ha%#- i a%
o oat- or atod 'oe'e o re-oi.mlii At!mi dthe-
uIn iitnIo1,01 sof Frank (Clark mo'uld na,
' ar otw i-hli-h'd w ith t h.' .'awe The'
lwitrInaI e.ms to riagtaie'. In fact
nio. Tribrint. doerniit m-livc ts, t' n
ran lIving % ho could '-'lirIjnatr-
rank Clark in a Joint de'hite'. liv' It


nimlly able to take care of himself.
even against a 9plaker of the calibre.
of Mr Iryan.-Tani;a Tribune.

CURRENT COMMENT.

The Indianapolis News Ind.) says:
'It now looks as if taking the tariff off
Stai.4urd wl joI cia %ocL4. t>,' i 5jOd
deal like taking candy from a baby.
as far a the ensuing bawling protest
ir concerned."
The Montgomery Advertiser (Dem.?
says: "It the opening speech of Sen-
ator Nelaoa M. Aldrich ia a sample
of what tbe Republkan are going to
produce In the tariff debate In the
Senate. It is their evident purpose to
befot the Democrats with figures and
lad them away from the right Into
a mystic muas of statlatica. The
speech of Aldrich bad about it all the
freshness and Interest of a treasury
report. The Democrats had better be
on their guard against a flood of
figures and tables."

It 't.ems to be a Port of ldi(rsilcn t
the Turks to kill Armenians at soriom
what frequent intervals. The revolu-
tlon in Turkey last summer promised
somor respite from these outrag.e-. ut
the counter-rervolution now in progre-ss
has revived them and they will prob
abli continue.


Deafness Cannot Se Cured
ly local apl,lications. as they can
not rearb the di-ea.-ed portion of th,
s'ar. There s only one way to cure
deafrnes.. and that i. by constitutional
re.edies. lNeIarlne.- i.s cait-ed hby an
.l afaniind condition of thet nuni cis lii;
Img of the' Ei-tac hian Tnit-. \\Wb
tI, i tiut ie Inflainl d o>,u ha\.- :a
rilumbling -o)und oar iimpt rf-. t hearing
,..i l hthi it is t ntire-ly ('l,-ed dI at
i. -- i- tih r' -tilt. atnydl Iil -- th- :
,aiii atim t'ui .111 li talkbe n uit aiit thl-
tuii(e ri toor- to It it orial ,eoi.oditio n
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81. C. Mud. lowwavlle, Sdwic CeC o.. mas e P0g
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I ladns ItI v alsard's Boo*U n. which
am" ohm hnn 30c beakU&s IT T T
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THE DAILY sN8: e4IN VII,I,F. FLORIDA. APRIL 2., 1909 5


COUNTRY SECTIONS I -!

smW DBElPINTEREST I


WESTERN SECTION HAS SOME I
HARD WORKERS AT PRESENT.

Clubs Comierg Into The S. Besdes
the Merchants Are .easing


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uindl thenI i here tshlir c:in iscur
Ste< hhen ths'i are in iGainei'a\ ll.'.l
atl .at th h' anme time' work for The
Sun. as many votes can bw gained In
this niumnier
Th ercnt'est has bt','n on for le"'s
th:;n a wefik. hut there are now eighty-
five candidates in the race. Including
all sections. and it is known that sev-
eral more will enter within the next
few days.
Not only does The Sun give vote*
on subscriptions, but all orders for
Job work or advertising will count
when the hill Is aid. Read over Ihl-
list of husin'ess tsrm< t(lat arr. in the
contest and remerniltr thliin ;all1 wh you are canvassing for votes.
The handsone diamond ring has
heen ordered and will Iw* ,laced on ,'x-
hihition in the show window of I..
Hmlth. on the north side- f the. square.
and the two piano will tw placed. one
e~ch in the .how a indows of the
(;aine.villle Hardware Company and
the (;ain-s\ ille' Furniturte Company.
where they ca;ir n' -.eII ;andl examined
as Ini, a n f tlit\ arrive. which will hI'
allowt four ,r f ti, weeke. :a.s thev will
co( il' ,liree't fremli tle i, t:l r.
FI llhwiii i the. ot* ; at I m Sat-l
iird tillmw
Gainesville-Central Section.
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PAULA A. EDWARDES


l*l;i n A. .dwrd,-, tlle well knownii tliheaitrical
4;fir, writs' il' ft jllw-:
"''I am iihart'* ti'i c N. her-' 1ie t14 1 't
:- refre -,din. hair r,'itan.l ,prle liie'i A A ti ,.titifiil
t ~-'r a l a lux rianl e 4of T1fr w'l ; t ilt i.e **diihe
:line ke'*irlt thlie "alll, filr f reein ,laneirltf.
"'Very trlv y i rm .
New York City. ( i l' 'l'A t'l.l A. DEliW .HIRi ."
('xod rei'sults from the use of Newbro's Herpicide
iin';an ama much to one person asl to another, but on the oth-
er hand the fact that leading tl eatrical stars prefer New-
bro's Herpicide in an important poinh in its favor. Profes-
sional Ieolle have an inclination and an opportunity-not
enjoyed by others-to discriminate in theirchoiceof toilet
remedies and their opinions should not go unheeded.
The extraordinary success of Newbro's Herpcide is
due to tle simple fact that it if adM tIhe daff f m.
While other remedies treat the disease that results in beir
loss, Newbro's Herpicide destroys the camuof the disease,
after which nature grows the hair, it it is not too late.
Chronic baldness cannot be cured, but before the hair
follicles are too badly diseased, one can, by careful treat-
ment and intelligent sanitary care, keep down and ulti-
mately destroy the tiny vegetable growth (dsadrulferm)
whose continued presence in the sebaceous glands of the
scalp means hair destruction.
Ladies become enthusiasts over Newbro's Herpicide,
because it brightens up the hair and keeps it light and
fluffy.
Stops itching of scalp almost instantly.
Delightfully refreshing.
4-ndl 10enlt in .timps to THE HERPICIDE (O)IPANY, Dept. I,
letroit, Mich., fora sample anl lookLet.
One-D llar Pottles Iuranteled. At Drul torw. Wlhn 3oa call for
IlKiirhl'll *Io not acc pt a ,n titutp.
Alplicatiinp at prIminent Barlier Shop.
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SSurveys of AN Kinds Promptly and Accurately Made. rltimates, fl
Specifications ad Contracts Prepared by Calpe l
Technical Men. Standard Fees.


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Ia Aleshma Cotnty Well
Iman i0 eN E, leeti
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ed Lodge of the Independ-
of Odd Pellows completed
Ia to DeLad Wednesday.
O-Ls wn l be ed at Plant
I tird Tuesday In April.

ia team from st Peters
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front kidn y trouble for
The kidln'y iecretions
request In Ia3sage mand I
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r koins I finally prolir-d
iey Pills and they soon
By the time I had taken
Sof two boxes, the batk
pains entirely dirail.iear
P pasages of the kidlnei
soon became regular I
Itty Iwr cent better than
bI am time "
by all dealer. Price .'
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sole a;teutS for the I'llted
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OPERATION

CwedbyLydiaE.Phkhm's
Vegetable Compound
Paw Paw. Mich.--' I smffTred terr-
i bly from fU amie i:..%
hlhKlhilln g sliadam.
matio. l nd conpa.t
tiou, for mvral
years. My doctor
aid there als ho
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operation. I wga
taking Lydia E.
Plnakham's V'eta.
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I ma now may I am
a wonll woman."
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the members of Magnolia Lodge for
the courteses shown the Grand


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Rheumatism.


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free.ala, ltlicati~ili lit(I't Canlm..rLiki. l.mii
nit-lt is"if 11;itk andit I
(ertlaii to oI g lijqluck rielivf. it
a r*..' -1 ,... ilto IMI 'e lIft )4. I h(v a( k
%r '4P.fit, pain und mi .4ro ii
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Divine Service. Will Me Held at A.
pIaCe. fo Waighap.
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Pra h;iig at i. 4., 0 i. n and T .;
m. IA. agul. i tig(t I at :::'; p. I::.
Ioul. Trinity Churth. Re\. It' I
Cralghlill- Scond Sunday afttr -.i
ter. Holy Communion 7 a mn M.)r
Ir. prayer and sermon 1o:31: a. ni
Sunday school 4 p. m. Evening ra:
*r and sernon 7:30 p. m.
St. Patrlck's Catholic Church. RE .
P. J. Lynch-Mass wil be held at 1'
a. m. Devotion of the Holy Rosar
at 4 p. m.

At Advent Christian Chuerh.
There was no meeting at the Ad
vent Christian church Satutay night
as It was thought advisable to tak
a rest for today's meettiigs.
Thr. congregations continue to groi
In numbers and the meetlinga foi
another week give promise of prov
Ing a great spiritual uplift to the corn
munity. Rev. Sweet is a logical and
forceful speaker. and his sermont
have been enjoyable and Instructie,.
Services this morning at 11. and to
night at 7:30. Young People's meet
Ing this evening at 7 o'clock All are
invited.

Per Constipation.
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says-
'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the beft thing
3m the market for constipation Gi.v
'hese tablets a trial. You are certain
to And them agreeable and pleasant
in effect Price. 25 cents. Sample
free. For sale by all druggists.




..WANTS..


WANTED.


W".ANTED)Girl xcoo ank aid n
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SPRING


This is just a short talk which we hope will be of interest and help
to you in selecting the tonic and blood purifier that will he of the great-
est value to you this Spring.
That this is the most trying of all seasons on the health is a fact
well known to us all. It is thj time of year when our constitutions are
required to stand the greatest strain, and unless properly cared for the
foundation is often laid for physical disorders or disease later on. The
great majority of persons are fast coming to realize the importance of
preventing disease. Health is our most valued possession, and its
preservation is a matter which vitally concerns every one.
Most persons, even those who are ordinarily strong and robust,
feel the necessity of a tonic and blood purifier at this season. Some
have no particular ailment, but are weak, debilitated and run-down.
The Winter life, with its decreased amount of out-door exercise, and
the fact that the cold weather A1s kept the pores of the skin dosed,
prevented the usual necessary amount of refuse and waste matter from
being carried out of the system. These impurities entering the circu-
lation have weakened and thinned the bood, and this vital fluid is
therefore lacking in the nourishing properties necessary to sustain
and preserve systemic health, when warm, active Spring life begins.
The general bodily weakness, tired, worn-out feeling, fickle appe-
tite, poor digestion, etc., show how weak and anaemic the blood has
become. Frequently skin diseases, pimples, eruptions, boils, etc., break
out on the skin, and this is evidence of the impurity of the circulation.
S. S. S. is the medicine needed to correct this condition, and is the
only one on which you can rely to supply the system with the best tonic
effects, and at the same time thoroughly purify the blood. The use of
S. S. S. at this time may save you from a long spell of sickness, and it
will certainly prepare you for the strain of the long. hot Summer.
Many people have put off using
a tonic until the system became
so weakened it could not resist
disease, and have paid for the
neglect with a spell of fever, 5 5 a
malaria, or some other trouble.
S. S. S. is Nature's ideal tonic GUA RA TE E
and blood purifier, made en-
tirely of the pure extracts of PURELY VtGETABLE
healing, strengthening, health-
giving roots and herbs. It tones
up the stomach and digestion,
rids one of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves the appetite and diges-
tion, and in every way contributes to the strengthening and building
up of the entire system. S. S. S. is recognized everywhere as the
greatest of all blood purifiers, and this combined with its unequalled
tonic properties, make it a medicine needed by every one in the Spring.
S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores. e
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iP aimaem i-S Th.e Rebekah Aasembly.
dinisisee M au -
ame to et Il a as The Rebekah State Assembly elect-
ta m Wa a f the t following offlcer4 Wedneaday
timae, aald eM s moranng:
w Ib t o h a to Prealdeat. Mrs. Lucy Leater. Tampa.
Vk I President. Mrs. Annie Phlfer.
Pls is the rmedy HiSh Sprtags.
sed to eeriamet It Warden. Mrs. Mattie M. Taylor. St.
iay stabbermm e** la Peterrburg.
Secretary, Miss Nettle L. Robb.
,rMIeta demand a.(.. .Atile.
than that eaotalned ai Treasurer. Mrs. Ella C. Rasmusen.
iaatlomOal? ilradetowlln.
a. of Starke. Fla.. The Iletrbkahs ere. treated to an
) Iv Doan's Kidney Pills a't ,,,.h. ride to Ikelkonl Sirliig-
, rcommendation as they Wlttnl.-*la. iAhri,.il K Ii ti, ".*IL
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AMUSEMENTS SCOn'!8 Emulslon

clothes the nerves and
rho.. .i, 1.. ,,. cj muscles with warm fat,fills
t'" ; :""." "' ';IJ' the veins with rich blood.

I .- '* I" It makes children rugged
S '"' and hardy and fearless of
"i ;,'; ,-, thecold. It fills the whole
body with warmth and life
S f ... and energy.


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SIt i haitelsstiiO', t1:il. t .se,, the ,. on
I'ls- .. lik, the large t nI iibr )of
tick t- li th hA 'oho(. Th l cont.-t itH
:"s at lt a. m. tomorrow and closes
at ; the. followiing Monday.
Tlr(icket canl b had by api>ly.inl to
.lr. Kirby at Hlde & T-nlch's shoe
Ptore after lo a. m. tomorrow.
The prize can be sween in the win-
dow of Me.s.-r. C. H. old'ss So n.

A Baby Show in Gaineville
Would have many contestants: but
t's safe to say that the healthiest ba
by would win the prize. No babh
can be healthy who suflfer from
worms, and most babies do unle-s-
they are kept free from them wit
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-is its own purga-
tive. Mothers. don't attempt to raise
ch.ldre-n without White'a Cram
Vermifure. Price 25 cints. Sold b.
W. M. Johnson.

Bank: Will Close.
Mondayilk (*nig 11.' mo i l Ite l ., th,'
tatiik- of (i.il e- ill,' % ill too h-

througillut th,' ds. Th-
it. goi\T-rnied .accordiinm&
offi ic will al11o Ih-*r\.. ih.
dav hours.


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COTTA POWIlE. 40 PirltaN. Nw T

BURKHIM'I CONTEST.


Hi2h S:hool Still Leading in Private
Piano Contest.
Th.. litih School is still gaining in
the' plri\ate colntccst and it now looks
i. if the uilll the lucky oine- to
win the, handsome Iano that ue will
give away within a short while.
Friends of the band have not been
near so active for the past few weeks.
and as the time is not far distant for
it to be awarded, It will be wise that
they get busy If they desire to carry
off the honors in this contest.
Following is the result as counted
la-t nlirht
High School .. .......... i .. I10
liss Ellis hand# ............147.947
Capt. Alvare. ......... .l3l.. ,
1Mandier c'nnon ......... 12.95
Sall e lke ille ............... 6.380
nitla (iroff. N 'wberry. ....... 2.40w
Miarv F,-rnande.z ............. 400
J. W Gleason ............... 17:
Flossle Graves ............... 12?
Emma IlA' Hudson. ........... 1.,
L. J. BURKHIM.

Objects to Strong Medicines.
Many leolple object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescrillmd
by plh\sicians for rheumatism There
is ino Ii' iiV a-c oif r:; t-c'pl;r or chronic
r!:. initi ::i : 1 :t .r 'tl:iln iie out
*f \* ir t, i ; .- f tl** d i- **-** r.
I '. r t \ i ,.
/\' ; :*,,. r I- i,,, 1 \, r .i Ji l i ,t i 1
:,!i' i -\' !:iniz \ oin I l:i> knowl. that it
- 'ili '* -... te i il t'li:thilei -r
5: s. li,, hi II l to gst qili('k rF.-
i' Ti i' ir -.ah' I,\ all drur ;


In a Saf; Pi-ce

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SEA ISLAND COTTON.

ivannah Matirk Centinwe
OrWing the Past Week.


AV4\\ III. oa Aprtl N4 .-Tht
.1! ket coo itin f4l frtm r .ith gostm l Ii.
.11.41 and fair Imuline"'s was 4dtmno. at
Th: i a.!'. anco- jiri. ''a for the hlih-
*' uI1.i t a. ci

d'~.ao seuto t-foi he 'eter
rp jr~.I toilit, f rom ieztel'f hor '.te


m, tiw P.* % .i -n it iit, e crh

vic' ti) I -r m kigtiebil f
t~i- f'r tsit k si.
Thet e elr~a i'I,,%% srh .'pr %cr..'1)
... tr- w itf tittis iande art-

's\ s liiic Pl~rtcl;a pe
'' v vto li erida *

4 h pi i euve ridc!
4 110115' ;o'45rgilis .
Ch~l co. f;.I's 31141 Fla*? ...1
Ex. fine ea(.t s t i ff! Fl at's. .
K.Flt#- Ga'P. and Fla*% ..1
Fi'm. Gas'. anld Via'sr.......12
('onmmon Ga's. and FIa's.. .10

CIIARLESTN. S. C.. April
Islands. Fine. 24c6 fully On
exxtra fine. 23c. Reelpts, not
1oor1-. none. Sales. 268; stock


FREE TO Y


Firm


i-MV SISTER
Item"afza' Imo whaf
08 I 7Rd f nit nr #aWs e orhui bn&00
w" %11 tastroe,",v ft mp mft
W"WASlwus lull w .1 0 b" to as Waw
cw5- "a. o f "dVt I4 yiw f yuat 'u ee
n"Itar. o er ~ gsa I e It bso w4 .n h
~ goe.A h ba m waLbut th. p b? a
60700 WOMIGS 6 5- q OMWINS.M5CIuIM93
bL then taa 174rt'ec. Ikortt aIewl w weeru
1 14astsMfgeOvid get', Cwrum **.-w 1" eam 4
Mob 1d cbe'". tc'zt-ba. r I'rhcsu,. or
Pal stC& %n th *Lt. w.b As c wPO
Wwftkft rme we 'ss omsr r hwearass
ser veITJ~lleswaim~Ifof
L -C__ .-tpe d~y


'fil (Itt,'4 .d-- ft ows
a Otart men 'r".. wm
'ka bin fum a 004 p" fm
\ t atsW= wd met -t
Fe". ise V P'-t ie ssae rnhsw@we o wish. mb tI tr a
qJ904 (n wwk two tiwo son". a nwe at -kb Few rt or "a1-p et t irs" PW
Odem, ts-IM bwt ejol ofsf pm tsie ka usa rsbe tuit h 'wt. U'e
l 4, ma m@ss I ms alls -W pmwj F-
fnr .91"d co e uase.* thainskinwa gam. tbiniln wit mw husee' s I e w

ai '110sq. Ye A hMs .1 MbLw4% l WE eu *Mbma wehm.t'tm I .u t u shfrwb' bved
L.WJ"" mseWA WA bow tbr 4 irmwma bwKoy inem bv# n
4j jI said eetes ow a Lmua %mneuuI emeTs g mI w bI ow* as' medOLVIsM O N-%
4 -,-wedlo., Finna tsmi hatlwoso"m ht b" fvIn m ht~ v -6. It fem f
TO Me bem soti eabiwlaco a owho bmw tsit Wb% b fly a

C1 14 -. '"t'~P~ sPaem therl sued inik~ WinYh rlN#ahulw~YI in W4
,frd~ c u u uow us 3rl aomtshrwk k


Q i 14 I L IhiliuIF. aP a p o W w e am tb od o S A d u n
fill "M u U. 3nb. uls9a.


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ie. *2<. ;
me. Ex-
987.


A Kniker
Is a man who can't see good na any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
1y a disordered liver. If you And that
-cu are belannin to see thing
through blue spectacles, treat your liv-
-r to a good clean cut process with
itallard's Herbine. A sure cure for
constipatUo, dyspepala, digestkMn
billouseas, all liver, stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by W. M. Jea-
so.

The Beet Way.
Old Ben FrankHo was about the
wiset prndu-t tbis country ever tro-
duced. and be teer said anything
uich better than that the best way
to Ind money is to earn it.-AtcLibo
Globe.

One-Quarter ef a Peund a Week
At least. Is what a young baby ought
to gain In weight. Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with its
digestion. Give It MoGee's laby
Elixir. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-
nes., ood for teething babies. Price.
2.'c and Zc.& Sold by W. SM. Johnson

The want ads. do more real estate
busluiua than all other brokers com
blued in fact, they "start" most ol
ch': bu~uleieb that the brokers s
agelnti L'lI


CASTOR IA
fr.r i..Lnts rd CAlaiea.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Boght
BJars the,
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ioePicrfe I'lAs, Stationer)

Soov~u~ l S~ct 'U" 1ri

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FIANO and ORGAN


Tuner and Rebuilder


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106 Est Liberty Stree
AllESVILLL .


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DAVIS & OLIVER


Buggies,


Wagons


and All Teams


Davis & Oliver


The Pist City li Oreet teitain.
Bilablrgh may be oted for Its
ramnlg and for beauty of situation.
Dublin may rank as one of the mot
beautiful ettle I the world. Oford
man boast It collel esad CLsterbry
Its plourrerpu strte and lgrad old
eathkdra. but leadoe stadso uprm
-the lesMt clty of Great BritaIL-
Loedon Captala.

We often wonder how amy pers
can be persuaded into taking anything
but roley's loney and Tar for coaghs
colds sad lung trouble. Do mat be
fooled Into acceptlia "own mke" or
other msubstttes. The genlWse eo
talks no harmfal drugs aad is tl a
yellow pekago. J Collum &
Co.



..INVESTMENTS..

WE US. -FFBIM

BONDS

A9 t I e County. Flar
$9,;50 Dade County. Ia.. 4% per


cent due 1921 at 103%.
$10.000 Duval County
due 1912-32 at 106.
$:,,(0 Gainesvllle 5
1921 at l 1%.
$*;.MM), Iigh Springs 6
at treo.
$1.mIIII i Jackson\ lle 5
at 1l :'1 i.
$11 J'.i J kakson\ il. c ,
at : 1-'


5% per cent


BUR.OINE C ARW

Dr. 0o0. WALDO,


-DEirrUr-


&am= uOWN% & am U row"
fti Pbm al. -Ain Left.man

D)L WARD 565K


r'mm 0 ft offebm no 4b& emI
ftmn a ak-

buJrni.. & bs s ~


*eeocD e T 1141.e.


Gb or _UL
no


DR.. J. mALDMAm.


D3 T I 1 0.


OS.o ~ Dean a tOft f
Ph.. 83. OaMsin06


per cent due *W. L BAKER.


per cent 1921

p.r cent 1924

pe'r cent 1:'l


$l1-,'--1 I.zLke City 5litr enat due

Iat271:,1.
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t oo I r I .I g
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41 at 421.1, id-Ii)o


BAGWELL & ROGERS
Mutual Life Building


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JAcksp vllm FA
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\sM .'l e toretj -kiy i .' oies r% eW..A-
t#*re %Iti .1 Are-%. fadl .6 1 4*I%.Rf.% thams tag*
t .i's. te ..e u
4 ~ ~ ~ A 1.,rs- At I.ae .1- ...-s'd tSI'VC l t
v.4 i. wsa -ti ri, rt* 4, *rio- .rol-l -ioa vi apr
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0e 0SOLICITOR IN OHANCRT..

0AIN~KOVILJE3. Alehus Cv.. VrLM
Ole ina Hallowa& Bnlh.

FERDINAND FAY-lK.
AT'OR!.EY AT LA *.


latsaBSTLL.


%, 'I IL o, Fj .Wxgi1 ..
roci and 'nuznIas.tIrd), pbospbsal
irIf.kiloa arid tarmiog hlOds.e Bud mim
0 lilt of wi-itt you l'.r fer sale. 9141L


And 'Solici


Kres I4stsae, (onvoJaneinit aud Oem
,eIai orstba~c. .%ji .aaaIv epromoAlI
.eLdot.d 9u. Otthle ntat door so bu
r'e 'cr 4)*SAiXa11 L2. FLOBJIA.


k'BANK CLAWM.


Practice lo


State aI


Offices O..r (aicttille Natiouat
hank. ( Gainet'. ill.Florida

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CONTEST VOTING COUPON

COOD FOR






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Address

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.,i.l ati.n it,, .. -Larut. .ul ,. lMl)| AFT rF. MAY 1, ltV U


Fl oi:DA.,


;Y AT LAW
tor ia Equasy


I HOI.V.VIlUD1*to


('LARK & FIELDING

Lawyers.


all Courts.
federal.


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TBI DAILY 8UN: GAINESTILL, FIARIDA, APRIL 25. 1909


l einrs mvsmsst


I appoSe Md WhIt is s

Stems of o Ct.

lrw to rot. W. l Deubham.
W votes to the cooperative

W peert with Lirtigue &

. UilS bete ordertia yer

Wm W te o yer pi- ad



Poo t.o l m"e ce.
I W. n W". M.l t.&
biee- -st ef iea was

a er CBI a m rT M -


0 n wew t eo t dty yeam




a g w Io that mpwi a
am Wdh -id ml we
lor b hte @MAi with








1--htar of teas wa"s ta
.L a.I*
grf a la amlm ete iW.





M .- of Authoer arrem d I o
-mltry. He wlU be the
Ik Roy Lo Metali| or tlhe




a Balle>m or Boyto Ga.. lua
i of ntmdy isualved In
peo S mildp wbe the



Ste city Mad will smd the
dl days here iltlung the
Mrs. R. Carter.
Svotes ia both the Coper-
I Merchants' contm s. A
Pvery p tny Inverted as well
* every article purchased.


Cheas. Rlle naa It you with a nice
mtt of leothee.
tLartle i Wetanlw advertie very
extensively throughout the North
fThe Teamastefr," Troeday. April
Eftt. get yer tickets at Miller A

C. J. Grace of Evlnston .aa in t: *
city yesterday. lie was arcrml.-niT 1
by hsl little wmn.
Mr. Padgett has returned Ir,.l
a visit to Floral City. shor roih. ...
the guest of relatives.
J. H. Connollr and W. N. and W. F
Cauthe i of IIgi.' e1r.' ;,::.. : .
sit lt :-r. I tt e (ity t.o-t# r.la.
Have your iianof tuned L.-a' r-
ders at Jesse French PIano Cuom
pany's. George W. l)aen:,ort.


Miss MauiV Lewis, who !s teaching
to the Alachua school. arri\%J In t i
ty yesterday to spind Sunday sit;
relatives.
J. N. Harrino. of LaCrouwe. a pro-
Iresalve planter of that section. wa
greetiya his frieis ta Glanesvlle

Ir. H. eper.who ha beean the
WiM for the pt few days visiting his
muher. returned to his duties at Pa-
[tka yesterday.
UMr. Os. Dale mW lite daug-
tMr f aebele arrived Ia t e cy ye-
twrdy ml willel d a few days here
vltteg relatives.
We ew aive plety of the bet but-
twr ml bttertmUr wh b en be pur-
-esetam the wasm Pbm e261t.
The aut id lDary.
Wi Jamle mlt of Wacaboota.
who Ihm bsa visitin MiUsa a Bank
h fo tr e prat few day, returned
*tbher bem yesterday.
Oe of the -applet atylee. their
sam's footwear for ladle is thb
AIe trap lailor Iw. made by Zlte
ter Bree. oM by L. C. mith.
Agutmtem lA dlreted to the change
b the rdvrtiemet of the Alachu
County Abstract Company, which ap-
pers elaewbere this lase.
Mrs. W. Baker and children left
yesterday for lakeland. They will
sped the aext several days there vis
tamg relative, the family of W. A.
J. W. Bradley of Micanopy was
amol the visitors to the city Satur
day. While here he made a pleasant
all at this office. renewing his sub
seriptlU to Alachua's luminary.
We receive two abipmeets a week
sad are sole agents for Oswald
Jaeger's famous Milwalkee rye bread
Small loaf 15 eea&T, lare 25 ceets.
Tr) um it dtelicous and healthful
rhe I'rown House.
Flve-rooa cottage to rent on block
adjolulng square, formerly occupied
tc- W. L. lOrande; city watt r. el-c
tile I!th' reuIerage. bath. and al'
l!er-r'*i clIteli.l.eIPc Apply to Mrz
H H McCreary or Sun office.


ni of Archer was tiaisact- Wal4 1l'l.h Si hold. a %i-itjor t,
woIn Gainetllie Saturday. ihth (1?'. -% isitrda) 11l4. "ill 4414 t h.
that Archer Is nIiely at the .*-LoAi it that IpIact. (Iton )W4ldttIvd i
me aa rnt, tnart Iniawonetuenfril "t", iii1l .tatfe-ii at lit te W-aI,-!-
gade aolxut tht' e l are. 104.6:1 (Oct (of 1t ?.tic ti
iinvtor' oft h f I-titrtition .
h" 03 I. FOTESE("e T.! t r of Pltre r 4 aiii I
lobe .hOkskO Ito t~. he )e isblia. 2.' ifra'fir -A iie;rt hI~i,
&.I.. r f.~eg est. tra Alica. Vou4- th attilt he[.0.
e48 Ov feet "A't ukes new 4W
ea t'Ufl. aet g ackin swuD bv I ''ii Ii. 011at the (to jimi rI bothiiI. CICt I t..
W& Be~t. v -ftevrbusand bubl", 0 of r rs'iIa~ Iiw .~ i .ie
0*96 ro'ti, .1 4j @%#of11 Try It ri hr pIvi v'-o n
bv *,I DIdmSi ts 41 *ad tl4)IW0 S thAt th.-e colacernas tare at work da.%
G~P& now %aftat~tale &r YcvY xz Ihthl
=. W"rve %amp e of %b* WOOT- and uaight to keetpu up with the-it
WI tWN-PAD, a *nw lawesUos.
49~ wte..mmsIg.5- W 1 NV t4


HERE THEY

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Nrs& Mids
(meuel r I 7
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CRAWFORD & DAVIS'




SUs Keep Your Books for You


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,ilfer Bros.


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DRESSES


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The Swellest Lacgerie Dresses in Popular-Priced Goods

to he found in the city. New styles just in


$10.00,


$12.50,


and


$17.50


NIIESAL" Striped Stis 12 1-2c Tid

M m al aru1iq, mew kn, aN the pWsarsha, 121de2 dm 20c



WILSON'S STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE-DIRECT FROM THE FOREMOST
MANUFACTURERS IN THE COUNTRY. YOU GET THE Rl;IIT STYLES
AND 31ORE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. WE INVITE YoU' C.oMI\PARI-
ON OF LEGITIMATE VALUES.


*** PhONE EN .0...


Chas. Ellis employs a rat-clas
tailor and cleaner.
List your 'Pay Dirt" with Lartigmu
&I WeIberg and get better and quick
er results.
Sults to order. alts-rations manie..
cleaning and repairing neatly doleic.
Chas. Ellin. 2:: W. Main l triet.t. S
J. M. Turner of l.ake \ia -' .
Saturday In the cit.. Hlie ay. that
.roljt are very plrom.i1-in h In hi. se -
(Icin.
Mrs. W. A. (arltoi. the- ac'omail-
'latin g ImJstiilstre" tI ii.. ,i'p S.
a visitor to th'e ity Saturday. haiiin
co(nlim to Ii)k itft. r m hin Im!lle m-ls at
tir,. '
A altinining liin to halt I iii. thie % r>
itl ',t n ISterlling ltopl. Kgo'ld-fllh d. -i t
ulth tolpa ainJ artii l i'. ,t. and plairn
Pric('c fr runi :( to *';acih I. L
Smith.



T N: 1i t .ih l >11*, f A .1 rl ii i4- i 1 1,
,li" t .11. lIe 1 I 1 th11' la ltf h l I liit ,' I
has duth l h- mn- Ien itii I. l tl' r tr-



did t i r.
Mrh, T .1 X i xi\e' n e ,l ,ih i', t,;i ,l iii
itn c n>it. \ i .. [ P j,-'1i 1i' r 1 ui-lili l
a mlili t t 'n I,. C .'I !-1 -i (* F .'i ii- ', l.-'
niiiihl, I l,,n t a l .ttt, 1 \ 1 i fl ;it I.'l i,,
hil diitlt- a.A I,r lidiiai 1.h1,1 I lur t i
diLr t i t
"rhe ,, k ll

ha %e & ioe'Aad% .rt iso 11-io ini thu i' is-
11 ,' 1I I'- SUJI 'AIM5114Ielf-3is ut the'
tlg A11141 's hi~h I-I hu-f hee:-o t-11 (0ilot-e'all-
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%% It, 14. t 1A IlII I l, el fe th.
to 'A e 41.1'. Iii' %. %%'.-'I 4&Ii IIo4 I.' d


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BUTECK PATTERNS


Stop Paying Rent!


The Ed(lini- Manufacturing
holieF o EIASY 11 t1.
Fl'R'NSH N iEanl


C'ouImIpanuyi ill ui!e! you a

butildI youiIa hli4)I!'& on41it.


--THE INSTALLMENT PLAN --
M.kes- it easy for ouil to i wnai u llboitit..


See THE EDDINS MANUFACTURING CO.
ACHITECTS SAIESVILLE., FLI-CNTRACIOIS


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A Hurry-Up Medicine.
wie-d of a.-fft-t t i % t I r Iit .-d to t h u -#.if
'.lesaiie rixtit auav S uch a ro-uie'd'
! l24 -rr' I ii-' P.ainklille-r. for lri
bttiiro*-. Ifrr ~t ramiltil ll u?.It... a
ior the m it-,i aiid jpaiti- ro-steiflt ig
1 4 om talSi a% -S mot fall, lurmn i uid ctint-I


too ga r- il% 3 sa r, i
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flit''-.t 11, i r ti,; %% i a I ,
rich :iilk aslland c-d ii, f lie
..purity ll f iiiak' 4
guOd fe.,11i4.t dc-in.vious It Is
Iiozbllje to produce


KEYSTONE BAKERY


Phone 165.


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R. T. Schafer, Prop.


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