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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 27, 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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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: VID01649
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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OL. XXVI. NOt. ;:I GAINI




YOUNG TURKS STORM


TEN ('ENTS A WELK


sAtrr OnOF T SE TARIFF REVISION UP-
SHuiT AlIT OIF IATF


WARD GOES MERRILY ON


'"ter Giving Orders forNo Resistnce Abdl mid Ctn ch Count Setorih to All Practical Is


HI SI Reprts of the Attack. P"nche-
ment Up Today.

COYSTANTINOPE.K. Aiprll 2';.-of the foreign ambassadors. It read: TALLAHASSE:. April 2.-Near
TIbe Yildlz garrison surrendered Sun- "I have the honor to inform your ..r will ha've no place in fhlrida if
4j to the Constitutional forcrs.. The **\ e lency that in view of the circum- it is at all near. if a bill introduce
emmanders of the garrison battal. stances a state of lsege begins today in the Senate Saturday b. senator
sm began sendin in tls,-r -Ols. l in the. capital. Ismid. Tchekmedje. Hunimphries of Manate- count is
sim to Mahrmoud Schefk, l''-h Teha'ja. (eize. Kartal and leyooz. adopted by the Legislature. The bill
Igtgrday night and the. whole of the. 0Sign.ed, 'RIPAAT. defintes alcoholic liquors and tb,.r-
troos protecting the lalarce'.. at-. Minister of Foreign ffalrs." a.ges and sets the percentage of alco.
tlr formal and unconditional -ir. C'ol. Galib. in.Ipretor-general. has hol at 2 per cent.
woder shortly after dawn Nipxi lb".n made resIonsihle' for the pre- No other bills were introduced In
By,. called the hero ,of the, .1;.! r. ,o -.rovation of order. and Ilacards bave the Senate and it was a comparative-
ittmon. is now in coniniiiaid of thie. .>r-. he-rn xosited about the.' itv requesting ly very quiet session.
IOn.I the l.oilh to continue" their' businas. A bill creating Palm B\each county
Sultan Abdid Hamid ha- h,..n ,r!. The. iostetrs adv ise, the. Iopulatce to nt of the. northern portion of )ade
Iftted to remain within thit wailll. f *keI, within doors from one hour aft --d A bill will beubse-
th Tlldl Klosk. where. S>,i'trda.li t r sunset until sunri.se. but liernmis- uentl.? Irtroduiced providing for a
la company with his miniister-. lip. -ion will Iw gi en by the officers of ch.an,. ,f i.ani, frenm Palm Ikach to
waited for ihe. outconie eof the. strlu the. n.e '. fr i:- : :. '. l r count
e between his loyal tros)l- land tie -tree.ts onI -.'s....sar% businll,. after S.v,.ral htils on t!,:r, re;dling of
army of Inves.tment. each hour Iring- nightfa;l The. ohje. t in estatli-hing ntinr imli.rtance we.r., taken up out
tag to him word of fresh di,.aste.r It martial In. i chief i to -.ermlit a lili- ,f their ord ,.r and di-pis ed (of just
has b),.n statld that the Suil' !a i t.ar% s-.;trrch of re.sidenf s for fueuti- to cl\ ar the calendar ui : littl
orders tlo his nit Ii iot tlo re.-i-t Iland to lriniig sedli tious j lrsoiz. i Setnatcor lnard di--ratichi-,men ii
Both Sides Lose Heavily. fel Iilita;r courts for trial nme.-.ulr has e..en s'et n' a sinrial or-
Whetherr or not this is true. it cain What Will Be the Sultan's Fate? dler fr Tu-e day niornii.i ait 1:::
be safely said of tl e. trloop- within Tl TI'-* e.%auation of the i:i;iart. rs *cl' ek a:.l i. p r rhal ih. w r -At ini
the capital that th- y put iup a -lit-,b th.o ii.'l tlih Ytl'iz Kioe k iHln;iii e- rl\ ;I %r" a t" m latter that is (,rniiti ul, tli-
bor resistance. at all pointt.-, aindlI li tllr' iiornill Tlh ...hleel. ofl ithi. r li ."" 'r arikill prtk
losse, on bIKoth sidle- are, ex e.-dllngly 't ri-ln wst Il, pri-sIoi r- and i k feor tiear l t oi oirs e t li
hea y for the l.eiinut' of tinir the o! th, ir l;ac we l, take n li .iMaciilein t i i I n.l ':li
a '-nie itt ;.s in pIloe r ian l...tliti l.e- ill t!:lin hi l ftl. r a atn:-t a *h- fitf
A re prl.- nta i' te t' : : ** It as tlirjlugh lilt. re ai. i rk.edt (il I, llh >;ilii t.-:'l -. IL. ; i .111-l h oll
In-chie.f <, I I. t 1 -t ,,'i : -i f ,., tIl, ( ian.tihta lain.- of the- court. Alt till- kl'- .' 1.. "f r,. .-r.'.eI ;.a tie- ftea
Is atuitl.ritl TE! V .ie 'I l i I. r, tl. It his- iinaje-ty s 'ent the' nile it, r.- f the' Il tl:- "Sllt ,
be an adleilui;te I .r. i:.Ie t ,, #.i-. n sl.ti k I';: sla In tt to r-sist. Asi a s l''" ( l urel' r ,ls ia# htill N.N
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WAS.IIINGTON. April 4. -- The
work of reining the tariff upward
goes merrily on.
Oine man to all practical ends Is
generously doing all the work. True.
there are 91 other Senators here, but
in the la-t analysis one man will vir-
tually make a tariff law for 90.000000
of People. That man as Senator Al-
drich of Rhode Island.
He is chairman of the Senate PI-
nance Committee. to which body the
Payne bill was referred after It came
to the Senate from the House. On
this famous committee there are nine
Republicans and five DThor.cr-*-. The
Democrats might as well not be on
the committee, because when bearings
are held they are excluded from the
committe- room and when It comes
to voting fle stand no chance against
ll:.'
I;uit there art five new Republican
i1.*eitIr- 'rlOng on the committee.
\\h::t are- tI!.,' doing toward revision
l,\\ eiiwarn" \ilhing. Senator Al-
'liili hIln g !\I auc(h of them a sugar
lati ff pluih This has twIe.n accepted
-" pi' nirtlt iii full fotr noniinterfer-
lric .;ith: thle N.ow lihiad nianufar-
tai r e n t.. torimoti profit s.
oin, ef thi' l:w mIieiilnh-r$ of the
a11ii iaitte- i. l.odA) .: (,f M11issac'ntuseltts.
Theie- Wi.re nalrcradi two reIre-,-ilnta-
ri\te.-. Ttrn. were' alrnIad> twoe relp-
. .* i..:i tn lih,, c, llnnitl te. A'
iris hi liof ith.h. -Irt.l nd and Iale- c


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testing against the abnormal protec-
tion given New England multtilllloe.
aired manufacturers? No; his s pport
to Aldrichism has been boaLt sad
paid for. The price ameoated to a
advance of duties ao CalUtral
fruits.
The old members of the eamrtt-
have had their usefubtla to the peo
pie purchased by Aldrteh It a emilar
way. Under the domltatles of Al-
drich, the revision of the tarlf la at
beet no better than a f re. He has
apparently given so eaasldratMI
to the popular demand for revelta
downward. When besator Balley of
Texas. In flghUg ae o of the vile
advances In rates of the A1Mrt
measure. declared hat the vor of
the West had be led to bbeve th
revision would be downward la case
of Republican victory., AMrich atl
contradicted this view.
He made It plain the Republian
party stood for higher and higher du
ties and there had never ben aay
Intention of revisiag the average tar-
iff rate downward. Thi isa takes to
indicate that tariff revialo down-
ward must be taken hWer the peo-
ite again at the eomila Cosgreetel-
al election. It ha bea ade
ca r. 'i, i. downward revlsol caa nev-
er lh, .'cl.r-c d from a Republicsa Coa-
'r '--.
In the' meantime the sleatr will
eita;ct the plre-ent tariff bill Into law.


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it Fiiizl .t i It4-r shi e 41te me adt. ere until
o~s*.e& iq-' t:aniff re'vieeiccn. '* e ito ie


w'Id a touch here
it suits bhi fancy.
I. understood no one


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I hl *. ieut.l ii li iltar Iri'h t..et the floor in the
I. r. ,TvelFenatt. A- a ma.itte r of fact. m.av rl.
I~e' I.'ai*.lt s.1 4al f Ow ~et-'% w;4pr- but Aldrich dot
Sthe I',Ikiiig I lie' 11 to. s ,rine'11e3113
)q a 1'ThI e-11, 'l#hCh v 41# ei. eiztclaa this or that
iii?!? i tealtars- of tilt-bill are- prillicipally llFEw
s ~ I 1 1 C -I's W I M Ili rl"l re-ilgte ejt i*e' hill will refttf
4' : I.% ihe ill I,,-

lie i' ~ w r.'P i S.It. lo't it not fripm ath we 84 -11it
I ".1 4 I 1'Nil i *e 21 ::I t utillsiii te. Is v le l te get result
1:11 .1,iA'11r1e 1It ieluvat rili* tank.'
4 1 as I.t. fle of 1 j-- i t-.1 sit Ile, jute reo tl tt(if 114)4.' lau
4 lt i .i. I I.oil 1I.e 1 tit Ie itisideri. elttromc
I s I V I) let si1,) i llv T .Ais hll% eef i te
ol i o i so0. I sr I t eeofi the-
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leIN,- Ii I I #. el tiesaks tit u, ? r, I,. -t,, (, i nt i lit-e'cocld
I I, I it. 5. e;11 r .%!oi l tla .% i' iom-ie t Pf 'ir ls-act Taft matkv
1 41i I1 o% ata nd IsI eIt rti l t. l rifdIT u asard '
Is I Ill, 1 1,t i t1 it I 1 -Asj 1. tfi lehi e.
fI II To lit,.HI lie I. :,all L%%. % IllI 'llee Iis -. iuii as uwmava ro-d thlhI,
oAs..! ,i.ii N lilt if It ;.II list Iii. %%a. y siltis IF,* llla te tlareen t) iliotors. [it-
ha-if.-( seImeelthat (ilt.ems aIlii., eertliie
St s Is lie ite t joitilie-wnot hil Is hl to inte-.rfero
teeIIIiiIIt.s. I- Fl'ilit eel (Nolt C tl l l Iii itv ts that mu) ari In either
t I-nfisAI?. -Il i ew e he r is l jori I sois' iie s, r IE) loarticuiar legislation


Eight Meet Death in a



Mississippi River Tragedy


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVALLY. FLORIIA, APRIl 27. 1909


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WIMH EACI DATU

TI0ATM UMo CIoIN Fo ot
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Tewa teeet Ise Semething
Pha--etaOW to Far tI-
e-e*" All oe rrtat.en. i

ty e first week has crlnv4
secret In the Co-Oewrat.ie Con-
SI nmethang phenomenal. Not
at tt-towa candidates are
bk t the etty to developing
I streth, aad the eaadldates'
I th other plaes are having their
~s ph-ead sw the dally ist that
I y bep better posted as to
there are rualn.
) hr. the martherm and western
is havOe oNtm0 the eastern
-her- parts of the coauty. as
have deved sa garet amuiber
a.m ll Wt"tw thew all at work
L wU prove tnteresting to the

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SIT OUT OF STATE

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mcogralated the gentleman from St.
JohU upoa deciding not to renew the
16ht.
Felicltous remarks were then ex*
changed between probhl and anti
and the end of the day'* session gre.
into the shape of a good-natured hob-
nobbing. All traces of any feeling of
estrangement or factionalism a-en-
ingly became obliterated, and the
members all evidenced a strong de-
sire to show one another that they
were willing to let bygones be by-
gones.
Campaign in Columbia.
Thoe- who came from other Stat...-
to flhht f('r prohilbtliou ha;\,- dir,'ct.ed
their atten*tiou to Columilia countit.
uh-re. a dr% or wet e-l-ectioni ill t.,k'-
lilane- nt-xt ee-.k Th, -, iire ...it ,l etcinil
proehis anct iii *- that Il '. ill tirl: i
Kcurat trs.ilit'i s .1.,',.tl Ita aI
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.LAES LODON KILLS HEALS

SMITH WITH HAER SORES ANfD ULCERS


e'GMT OVER A SKIN GAME SUN.
OAY MORNING.


RzSA Oc:urs at M.'I No. 25.
Osceota. in Vecointy
I of Wade.


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A, n Ii !;. r k ;!l : !..t **. c'Ir* .1 ia the
ePt,.rn ;Ipart 'it % 4 .I' t 1.1 t a( tIn the.
trag.ei- hai :,'o I i. ,'i. d at Millne
No 2,. 't.'. I t 1. ;.I. j\u-t ( -t
o1tf \W ad.- a %rl a 4b- a all ..it tte.l a* anl
*.,r! h...r tl.l ni,,rn;;t.i;
F': .i h t ((1:'ti Iw., eI ir:.-.I. a nuin-
tw.r o:" Ii. tro-eS at thi-4 i':ce .. re- n-
'ta,,ed i' tir. ir usual -kiln Ka.inm .af
t.r ivyv ila\. Wlwnn .Jani". I slidlon and'
Mitc-h'll Snith I C:tao :,' in\ l\*-d in a
difficulty that resulte-<1 in the la'te-rs

A;t. r a Itf, hot words. Indon I Ick
ed up a hammer that was laying near
and Punk it in the head of his com-
rade with saff:eitnt force to caus-c
h!s death a -h-rt hilt* afte.rward-.
J :z'**. !*,. liia h S,ri... -, ..as
notified of the killing and. In com-
pany with Deputy Sheriff Thomas.
left at once for the scene and empan-
nelled a Jury of inquest.
The evidence Introduced at the
hearing was sufficient to show that
the man had been killed in the above
maner and London waa held without
ball to await the action of the next
term of court, which will convene In
this city during the first week In May.

DISTINGUISHED VISITOR HERL

Came for the Purpeee of Meetin
With Dutton Pheephate Co.
Alexander Hamilton. fir.t vice-pres-
ident of the A. C. L railway and gen-
eral counsel of this gr'alt .Jei'i. t,,
New York City. was amuIong tht. proiah
inent visitors here yesterday.
It ih understood that hi husinesca
was conit- phate C'onmliany. he" havinK comn- to
(;ain..-%ill.- in refe.renc to s,-' ral
minor nittcrp, % hlich %#-rt- s-t t<-d
satitfacteory to thel' Itf.rt., t t i all ('col
cornr.-dd.
It was th. iiit'-ttion of this ge nth.-
Inin to take a drriv' o T-r thte city anel
almo try his luck in angling for their
fiat V trial. i,' l.ake- Ne- tiant i hil..
It I>,.. iii li: t It l .iana, '-. 1in.t t. r -
PaIll'- him t. N..% Yk %,I \ ,rt. 'i lI
h,' ft in th .aIll r'Ia,(l in hi- I ri 't
tar

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.. S. S.hLeS; ores in.l Ulrers In the very simplest way. It just roe
rig':t ltowna :.:o ti 1t ,,i an l r,emoves the caus.. and the place is bound
to heal taecr.; t!. ,:t i:arittq& anl ioorhbit i:iatters whih have been the
means of keepling thie tuer open nre nio longer autlorbed from the Mlood.
Ext rnal app! .tttlo:: of .alves. l(otions. pla.strs. et ., can never produce a
cure ~ca ev t:;)v !o' t.ot r"n, 'i tep source of t!:.e trouble. At test they
can only alla- pimn or re t'.-:on!Tm an: I not rent hana thie cause. Fv. ry nutritivp corpustcle 1:t '
b; ...*1 t we k.n.*Il i*r inf;, the pl e t it '.itnll tl;he, c.',ni t intly disth ir itt the flesh nr',,uIni the
mrs, t q .c ;T-" f i n'lY:1i r I* r'n-1 a, tn I i tta r v'w'l r.I ltitlly ait tsnt" the
s'ir- :dl: hel. : t z--.: .-'** ce'iases the. ul, t. ronl..re. Since i:piure
hloo.i s responsible for Sores and t'l'ecrs%. ,i mel, in- that can purif- the
blood i the only hope of a cure. S..:. S. has lorg bwen reognized as the
greatest of all blood p'rirfier., possessin the qualities necs"s ry to remove
ever Inp-uritr fIom the t,lno,. While curing tue sore or ulcer S. S. ..
brings about a healthy condition of the tlesh by supplying it with rich,
healthy '!ood. and thus makes the cure permanent a:d lasting. Book on
Sores a d Liuers and any uuwlical advice free to ill wlho write.
THI SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLATA, GA.


STWHER S. JORDAIIN


W. W'. HAMPTON,(


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
PORTER OCK OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

Fire, Life and Accident I "..



SG. S. Merchant & Co. I


Staple and Fancy Crocerles

GrsIq, Gardeq Seed ad Fertilizers
SOUT H IDE SQUARE --- GAINEIVILLIL PLORIDA.

Smahest rket pree paid fop Chlekmene g and ethe Praduse

A Compete stock e Hcay. Cor. Oats, Flow. ram. TreL CWo
Meed Mmal Md Rye. We bandle oly the Vey Sat goods
a t l a tce. aPr d measmw e tia te altaye.







Your Opportunity!


S`ave part of your ilnev, rergullrllv a;111l 1.-
p)sit your \ilg- inl tlhi. tr ll~. 1.ilk- u-,l1,
,of tli YouTr lholety will 1i earliil I per c'iit iliter-
e-t ffor v)ti-workinig while. yt work, 1uit
ail-o W lhile you r,.-t.


THE DUTTON BANK
S. VI .Ni,;- I :1I'.\ 11TMN INT






HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
-- --- --W H OL ESALE----




Groceries Grain
ST l I!E Tl'l1.\ll: 1N .Y

L No Order Too Large
Bath Phones 215 AINESVILLE, FLORDOA


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THE RIGHT ATc G

KIND OF AN EASTER EGG


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINKSt ILLE. VORIDA. APRIL 27, 1909


CRAVES OF DEAD

LOVINGLY DECORATED

DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY
STREW THEM WITH FLOWERS.


LevthIhy and Arrroc;- .-e Ac!- c- 3
Delivered by Dr. C L C'o,
of L !" v Y'





WI I mi a I-iaif. 0 i III 'ti ll .11 tI cci

11141g. :1(1111-t I )t e ti I -l V al I I 1eeg
11..a~ ..11,. r leor '.ci i I oI% a



-Art-a fllisid I~~r~c(

of Kirlp) Sinit Ch t li.a it IV .a 41c-e4 cc


ids
Syrup sf .j


ovEfixiroffScnnn






134 1 s11 tCkd-
rew -vot 'ng nd Old
et tt f' 1enetivilUAEjfec.t
glpo LIN the Cienuin eine
luIX4 I nornaeojthe CoGM

'"CALIFORNIA
I1"""""""""" S YRVP CCI

30M k*!AltA L@ TG R66~J
ww we ow y. rnsor price W rw M&


int the ccrcnaoait-it. anid ado. a
fine ,hewl tic in I.. ir b.rilliante we'


rateil T-rV ual,,rplriatl t l h t ir largeT. .-. mil I.... oa .
mitifornlms.
anld flatitilonx' is ancin esiii t on thir ruitert
and hald.om, lv li'llt (IeI Vhe-' ct .ltudc' [Davis In a few twell-chob.'-
Sr ,' irma.rks th:alke.d the audience for
Thei- audiilience tliuhat a-.-+mlfd at the .
Th' auhcm., tat a ,iltl, pd at theirr att.endancct. and referring to
Tal,*rnachl anlmo..t filld that .-i. ,o. the. war. said it sas the duty of the
1bullding and was oniH of thir largcI -
,uldhig ad o, oe of tim larg,-t ~chilireln to learn Ironl their piarelts
<\tfr ^*-i> hetre U|HlI a hinimilr or.
,.r c -'nT bert. UcloI a wnreilr ,- what manner of mnlc their lathtrs and
cailosII. The (.x.rclis%... wt'r' t under
usices of Son l randfathters U-re. for thev' had v-.
h .. ai rs of Stomn wall (Camp. Ird of th.ir -
**rv mrrascoii to tH' b irould (f their an-


C~. V~.. and %erer among theb~ most vu--
thutl-s4ap-c and iuc('e-' -%il ct -r held ina
this cit Y.
.1tiilve' i, miis. nia-.ver (ft 'el c-t'i iii, -
oli'iaed Vlthe vxe-r(i-'s %at Vthe' TAIP.r
a3c'ce. uhich was-' feIllo','vd e1 1 etjile'i'
If% Rv%.'tF. It. Itridgv., (of thq' Me-tiac-
di't church.
Mixr-,lie'.ter TittimV n ptaabla3 ed I ie.
U liichl 'A r. c'3V aicphatded. (aui' g
namaIL if ),how th'ir emtthiasia-mi V ol-
III'A Inag '%i b 1 i e' hre'-ie- CfIceuioTo
vkt-re- Ict e-r e'aie*(t d t o .1 .1. Chail.'- I
1#.r it)oNlrr- NI G. IWKs.,.and IfE.

Ior ('Cha rle. 1. Crow thetai elk i' ered
ffz.' tit Vtac- ao?-'V apejreijeri-itte- and
:Iial .ieiere'"-'aes es c r he-arel In V his
I.:I. tjI iK) MIaSuch .aa1e(s(a -iq In lie'
'~Ickt- fit lliiagl'. (,I iV I. -%I .
1 C0 ,l* .1 4 i. I(I" '. I ; I ie 4.1 V IC1.
%c 4 e c i et' Vlic Sqe iV lie'rma 'Ac Iim i Ia antli
. ai I a igh Itribute I101ic !-I.1e % l .i e- 'A li)
I. .r~a:~. i atlitul %% ; l. I h,-it-eir aaal-t r.-
t'1mf. a IIr111l .1i 0.1.
*1a. Ieite rir' ('l.~ a lI te e


GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


Full line of Palmer


Hammocks just


re-


ceived-$1, $1.50,


$2.50, $4,


General


$5, $6.


Agents


for


F. W. Devoe's Paint

-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.



See our show window

ldi-play of Diapr &


.( .i ,l th ll





GAINESVILLE


H1-' !VARE CO.


ces'trv.
The mounumentt decorations -we-re
%Tr) handsonl., Itwing C('nf edelrate.
tlag- :-Ia'ed aleinr at l .lo- d-li'l-iAi r
oil oit'ir large- htiiier. of r. i '1it
n1;! l.,Ie. ftl w r- nd *\eTr' gr.-eens l In.-
Ic .' *i a: t i. i a L .
1i i oiln the railling around the .oit l..

THE TOASTMASTER TONIGHT.

Play to Be Presented by Local Talent
at the New Baird.
"The Toas.tmast er." a |1, i-iiiz
thr,-.-ac(t coiet-d-draiiia wmhlit i .11 ,'
lerr.-e-maltd at Vlie N 'A % It.ir d tiiilittl
ITr(IlUi',' to C'lilr-- a hllm n11 1 l It\
4 al taei all ii l ll i,2 tili, .w ild ii n is 1
tu lo t oli e tl t <,ur -al r-ne.m te;i ,'I'- *-t-r i.
.iloin, tlit. lill. ( I cut;,l-. lt ; ., .an,.l Il
*,ll.l ,-. i t ..a .i.(a t r- lia e t.e i hmi )ir
,iutigli' drilled 1, iMrs .IJack l ntat .
" 1 til'fle!e r-ttla tl- til- ,rk. atl ti all
-hlie lel ; ;i \ ;i thIa i ,-I 1 of .' Ill ; er
i.' te .. I ;;1ily liff. re lit 4 l.ir



. il.l I, i' e 1 .it '
a. so to rol


.e' a- a'(11 .,1 tam1 II*.


I ; ii it '.~

I,, -4.


A Baby Show en Gainesville


S t-1.
.. : '.1 iiafg- Act


V. ir. ui i it p i.tt W h iat.


A enefeicica Meeting

i mi


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THE S. P.oC. A. HOLD

ITERESTING MGEETIG

SE ENTY NINE N E v v C VU ER S
ENROLLED N .ZA

*qt~t j f Exe.uk ve Cc ~ t o to

fc' C'6.4, e



4 to.. ? 1, o'' .1
Ir I. t I I I

1. 11 : .1 4 1 4 1 1 11,01 i

rt iaoIrtV. Vti.l... e li. I .#ia%
I I I i u II. VI I i -Ie'le%%t IV .14!41 t I Ihe l it-C
ii. i ii l Vil go, eI e -i i !h ich : %%

ana enrollmuetit (If eight) i ti
Thoe fe ~o'Aloug e efl itvr. rs u e br-l-ci .d
i to 4'eImlillutt tit*,' )rgalizat im ll
S. I;. Hog. :'. flrst %let' lor'-:i4denit
%Ir- K. C. F. Sanchez. scueuad %icv'
Iprusldient.M rsg. J. E. Fttch. third
. % ice-president; P. G. Rawsv%. a~rg.
aii ant-at-arniti.
The exe~cutivee commillevc. consist-!
ang of the officers and 11'.. uiieilmer,.
fronm the association. uas a'e'l'ct.'d as
follows: T. 1). Tinnin. Mrs. W. 1.
[fill. Nfro. A. P1. Morrow. Mrs. Ii. E.
'I alor and W*. R. Thomas. It will be
the. ellt of this ('offlittsw to look af-
Vt'r IIhe ('-emllaintl( anid ha%*- the gu'n-
4 1'1l 1:11 ;.:'.tlt it of the' warfare' to
Ni ItIedl.' kt Vite' #. n'io-ty in their cru-
a.'~td 3g-ili V 0 rue It o animals.
Thi:( collltVitt e 'Aill loe called to-
I bier r uitl1,ii. i a r% r.iort A ,lit to
rI-1111 .10 loc tIt- ala'!te1 ItoI'k m o ,'
.14tjet Ioil itAg :Cil1- 1V4eoff# *11-'. era 41e V ofIt'ci l e ,t'
'A Ic h aret- in dirctt ic %iotion of the

Chlialdiren ta eoie'ilall lake' KezaitaeejW ?
;.4 .4V P. Cel19Lk S' rule. a-z it ta"1e"-
:eo.irl% i!. gim)(ia- umaliels' -tmkr. It mtat
.mia ihta:i I itritat iun andalit) a Ivsiii-
t'..na itaVio .t hoa.V re'Fle%!-1op i't4C 'l llgVtat-Cc iMIX1
1111it it :l.-d) Ilacete- tilt' leo'A i ge-mat I.%
M14! in t h~at vkaY (rIm~es -the rcIII frei~ra
(lhu i';~~a It veecmaiia it ) 111(CIeiate-7.




U..WANT Sm
II wh ,


T 1~'. sHANDS,
P'n-pi* I.nt


Wm. R. STECKERT,
viapmie heat


C. A. FAIRCLOTH,
Cbhier


THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BAlN

capital l Stck............ $100,(00.00
sIhartel-h.dirs' liai1ility... $14K),0(0.00
tirljl I s A cCouint......... 2(),0(M).OO

Sccutrity to Drtpotit,.r- ... 22.L .M).)00

United States, State, County and City Dehpsit

We Have Two Suies of Nice Oilices For IRet or iw IMl
N3rihwest Cermer of the SIam.


V i. .

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FOr RkNT. _


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FOR SALE.


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WANTED.


Leave& ( aiit'svilh* ftor NMivaopy, Fairfitc141 awl IJo.
va] oimil.i S4atlti ................... ....1010
Rtourimiumg, arrive ( Galevill .................. 4:25 p


I .c avt' (e ; i 'ta -\'illv It fe r "amll JIV mi ( I aulatka,
I ..ikt'City' \d 4 u atil. aIld all JMxiiiti4 rorth
RetLji arrive Gatin~esvjille.... ...........


A. Glass, Gen. Supt.


S ind your ortderss


6:00 pm
9:30 pm


L. E. Barker, Traffic U'r.


tf)or Job 'Printing to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


L-.


Here It Is!

ir

SPEAKS

FOR

ITSELF!


91 -mL


FOOTE & DAVIES CO., general Dealers
1 I ,, J. .' da
=]d ," ...-I II ..I


1 E.4~


The Kind Ton utlan Always Bought, and1 whic h has bem
In uae for over 30 )earms has borne the airnature of
S-and hua been unuad tinder his per-
amnal supervil ion Pin -e Its Infane.y
Allow no one todecvcie you in thi.
All Comunterfeit, Imitations and "Just-a -gondl'are bu
Experlncnts that trifle with and endanger the Ienlth al
nlahat and Chiklren-Experienec against Experimtsa

What Is CASTORIA
Caterlia I a harmmls snbtltte for Canter Oil Pw
erie, Dropr and Sootlhng Syrupe. It Is Plesemt. It
mtalns neither Opluam Morpblle nor other Nar eft
ebstane Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm
and a)ys Peverisbuhme. It cnres Darruea and WlA
Coll. It relieves Teething Troubles, cares- CnUpatlm
and Flatuleny. It ma-m 'enstehe Food rregult the
stoaeha ad DBrc giving healthy and nmu"na mal u .
Tkh CbhUirm Pana T-The lMoher

CounUI CASTORIA ALWAYS

num thk ttgdatw r






The Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 80 Years.
u*a am sem w e .e


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EF~)tCTIVE DEC.. IPI;Ik


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I THE DAILY BU1K: AAINESVILI FLORIIIA, APRIL. 27. 1909


STH AUTO AND ITS Ltr.

NW automobiles are seen onI the
stre eta of Oalneavle alia, : ,lil
as l S Ul-Oaeen e t es s e I.s.n and since several ag;enr i,. for lead
Ing machines huve recently he'n ,n
lB.A. ........ .amwo w rmbsr tablished here. the fad for rarriaes'
.-. minu the horse Irom:uers to bw.c W l ....... u8 Oimal IsNe even more Ilopular with our lIeople
S This lroimp ts t iRtgget that
l00R HMay ImlocL. drivers of automobiles u w. dllicrtirlon
*.01bSIM*k TuIPiuatM t all times In running their ma
Same6pithkftkeromvra wehlnm. as the los of life and pIrop.-
,ldeaIreistrteesttla edt erty through accidents and colliions
W of sB enedm r paUi due to exessPive rjpeding or carele'ss.
*S .piasM : a.a; i ess I s no small Item In the run of
PafserAg ek-dtuis a year In this country.
Nearly all cltlie-s prerll,- a i---l
s iWes' te*t tM limitt ] overninx th iegemtlewami ssereac hm edmmme
this does not prevent the occirr-nnce
Iepla g ~e4kd g aus mem of alccdent- of a .eri,: i..eaulr,. n .
*. the follow lai fr'm Th. thka'.x Il.a.-
ETam ,Lw a -aM rt ncr of Sunday will show:
p0, etaegory -4ndy sad "'Some time betwe etn 12 and 2
ad i te16 the aess Of th o'clock. Mr. Waltr Yonge. who \as
l a ml a"S samd Ut winM h drilang his Maxwell automobile. col-
S&W to MY w" hi..itwatetd
(- -I~hm l tided with Mr. Alexander Moorenhead.
who 'as driving Into his home on
... .._ Orange atvenae. about a mile and a
i- N i* mmstB -o half south of town. Mr. longe. Mr.
091 4 tpPWftr adervI is asj. Pratt Morrl and other friends went
& dA1W T EAIT MSUW. tor a 1 ride after the minstrel
S "mss rsaa, Wh lshow. sad when comlag home they
ra laIto Mr. Moorehead's team. It
dio. rigt is bartng was too dark for them to *ee the
I i IYstil, mt team tll they were almost upon it.
Sa it wa them too late to stop the
SmachIe The ocepants of the auto.
rle < Mr the obie were all thrown out. and the
ai gp1Is 5a if t ihey ta d macaeh wiet over the ditch and
the t l t ilMe of GqeSiM throMgh tMh feh e. Mr. Moorehead
Y e.W w throw wseral feet itoe the air.
bs was completely wrecked
M is w at had wm te sad his hera killed. Mr. Moorehead
GPma 12s W 1eehpl t i f e was -te Uf hut but omM of the
fto 010 dm t a G wa r~ a mge Ila the automobile were
S 11 4h11t at aM. save for a few slight
scrather sad berlts. and the auto-
i dSY Ps"@er moble was very slightly damaged.
"i: UL Ptwi Ab S t the "As som as possible Mr. Yonge
L C amp a A P T ly Iad the other yount men put Mr.
Is a @t 4 of Th Ont Moorebad late tho s atomobile and
Sbrout him to towa and to a physi.
e an who dressed his hurts. Every-
SNiMeB Lsliai b haa body will be glad to know that he is
sW i w t efwette mot seriously Injured and that he will
SSt, t t"e clg u soom be as sound as ever.
llhr f the law-msaers pt "The accident i, try ;r, i*': .....
I fretted but seems to have been un-
avoidable."


meest people put too h gh
-a ate on their good deeds. If
nr but haM W Jat what others
a oa it mit elip 4eereaaw
b alffatiltietloo.

the tomperatre grows warmer
mad of a public park in Galnes-
becoome more apparent, and the
some method of providing
a place is provided the more
will accrue to the city,

la is to have a new ,la-toti,
plie and olera, house' eiilil d.
The planner says the latt r will
come before net'edd. ;- in,~ PI'l
a playhouse CeronJ to to (itt ini
South of its. hlri. a-, l the- nrew
Iple w which w ill hi. d. ficatel tov
SMa-oile frat. nit; tomorrow i'-
edit to the title.

let those who are' tr'lin to k ..'-'
ortunate and affilciced nnii a h,
S dorn trr d(!i Irte ii rl'i: i -
lUaber thit re, i' ilorI d l\ I n i'..
lul w heIll Ili. aiat e :.at11 .1 1 i.-
w down,. ill I-w o01 top. je s.) Th,'
ai Metropolis. And ininte tiiie,
Sof ten the oI-n' who try to ke el
M unfortunate want front rishinK
sht to be serving tinme. if Ihe.
l were kliow tu .

The "iSpcial ikou.ter frdilIui n ,f
he Port Piterce Newn. i a crltt teo
iltor Brown. his efficient force- and
ie section It Iq intended to 'IM Mau "
I readl matter bhow u e.eideti-
'carful preparation. the Illuetro.-
me are good, adrfrtiaewlurnt ta.tily
11ased. and in all it is a e.ry c. r
Ice of work If the average' clir
* of the Stat. would m>O, t Il-
Ivantaige' and re'-ource(' a.- 11'
rtically as do thie ii -w. |u|p i i
uuld not be .i urea t wll.- (b.e
ioridd would eliAd It e IOtsI ii,
ra'oplrsen it


r aund u i I ii r i S ., i.>i t '


Some of the corporation that have'
been filching the country ha-ve had a
had time of it recently and It Is hop-
ed they may take the lesson to h a;rt.
The American Sugar RHefnitg ('nCon-
Ipny has had to refund $1 '.'.:a, c for
,c.e' tinm the' cii-torni- hv f;:Il- w, .iei !
r'e d the' I'u'I n I ';1 ,t r;i lr, a t'-r .
I'tah Fuebl o('tmpatn and th North


elrPa'cc lagare- i itirmid


toIrs-i t


.-titd III a I I (I ''t f i I --eu ri.
m hich Iio.% r 1 c r s I IeIi '
main Allia tiea t r t I.-- r.a 'I'

1t It 14 e1 '-If! I I 'I -a% ,
1eet an it 1 *ff' '


'r:' % tiI its I I i-


'cud~ ~ ~~1 us e- II


I't i<. t ;1r. 4it it- I Ir."-


4-1 I'a It 4 11.
'r e- tint-ma -lice I e .
liite-rriittei tl b iim I I .-
iS-IIeIeeceI-Ae 14tec 111 -:1 ftI i fI I t dIIL
:I el eIfiflt ult i .- 1 1.. s I I,-
e'tvi'e tite'tt at l th t -11.11 1, 1 .1l 1
I% Just 'such e0 1.4-1 ciif 111A ',
(e)r reiucim t is' I- f'l-t .tor I 'I.
miac'ii f 'hi rac-#rer

Deafness Cannot Be Cured
1vI tim leM;aIaplel bleatim t- ao he-v c(alti
mot re-auIt the- dII-, t.~ 1 :1- :. -f it
var. ThctieIe is enjil\ 4e,.. v ja eeoisc.t
de-afiuie'. e anid that Is 1ev ceits-t it tititi.sa
r e is f ln is elc I N1 1 S f l e z i t I- I m :- a l l
tis' Ct.. i I?'s.- I .. i-

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b~lrd II~ ccJAcII .lr 11-,)gi-hl-
0Sb the m w uI r ee r 1 1,1 1i11, lit 1. s1, 1.1 I4Al'sI I I at
Be-nt autel L~cst ) eI I a se '1 us e clii.- 1 fr a. e1 .s1-e el. VII -

r LoSur an ud s I' l ) .1 lisilo Ca' t'ill ii I ,t' S4
NS A re-. a-tt'd to (i%%I' II-,It Iteuldtra' re '
I J'DLIilby: 4 1II
0loy I 1v drugs a.'ts. 7
Vboo'd rafter Iseur triwl. fur &liti-d TO.- H oiaIIp o latuiiy tlhis


It


h.OW THE MOUSt VOTOD.


PF'll>wing Ie the wna nem. l' r-. f
Ihe Florida IoIlew of N. ,re *iht.l ,.*
iFood when th'e ,ot' was trc-ftn lt
the amendment to unmliet the qle'11tion
of state-wide, prohibition to th- elhect.
,rns orf FloriRa-
Aralnot the re'-oluItlon 1Spaker
Farris. Repre-sennta ll'.e Atcre. of (Os
('0ola; Itlanton. of lMadi,.,il. I:utler.
,*f Ilade. IIvnaIln. of HamiIltIo ('al
kint of Nn.-au. ('hair,.-. of I.afa
* t'e: ('han ,. of Ihval. I)a\-. of lalld-
%on; l)Iko,1*'e. of Smiiaifie"',. Illmpont.
of St. Johns. Ilatcher. (of ('olurnha.
Knowles, of Monroe: Malone,.of Mlon-
rov'. Smith. of Jackson. anid V.ll.

Tho w \'tini for the re-olution
v.o re : tannerr. of \'Valusin: I ond.
of .1-ff, r on: I'riwo. of rI.Soto: Car-
ter of Alahuai: ('arn. of Marion;
Cash. cf Tajlor; Clark. of .Jefferson:
Couan. ,f t'la; ('ox. of Polk;
IlDke. of Alacbua; Godlfrey. of lAke:
(race'. of Citrus; Hardee. of St. Lu-
cle; Hlilburn. of Putnam; Hodges of
Colunmiha; Hull. of Manatee; Kelley.
of Itaker: King. of Orange; Knight.
of I'radford; Light. of Marion: Lit-
tell. of Pasco: MacWillfams. of St.
Jonho: Mahaffel of Gadsden: McCas-
kill. of Santa Rosa; JcKeusie'. of
Putnam; McKenzie. of Washlngton;
Miller. of Lake; Moore, of Prank-
lin; Neeley. of Leon; Newton.
of Orange; Ogilvie. of Nasau:
Page, of Wakulla; Pattisall. of
Hlllsborouh; Peaden .of Banta Rosa;
Regster. of Hmilton; Rlchbourg. of
Waltom; Robertson. of Suwannee:
Sheppard, of OGadden; Stewart. of
Brerard; Stoke.s of Escambla:
Stringer, of Herarndo; Taylor. of
Hlllborough; Terrell. of Sumter:
Tasgard. of liberty; Thorato. of
Volusla: Tidwell. of Jackson; Tram-
mell. of Calboun; Wall. of Bradford:
Watford. of Holmes; Wiggins. of
Escambia; Wilson. of Lee-53.


The world is poorer by the dea;h
of M.adane Modje>ka the actre.s. .\'..
rionCrawford the novelist, and Alger-
non Swinburne the poet. Each in his
or he r own way. freely atnd wi oly
usWed. enriched the world. Many |eo-
Isle in their sordid materialism and
ire.-dc for nmoneY making may affect
to dt'sl(i-s'e the drama, music. litelra-
ture and the arts. but withouIt these
refnliiKn a'.d ( het-ring iflufl nc'.s life'


would beIx- xcc'edingly me-an.

.ife is tin't made' up of a fe'w ir.at
t iillii I 0itll ISt a lio.-.i" walk o(f
wor,%. litlt- (!uti,- ;tind iat- \\ 'l
th.-'- are, wll .11 -aid and we-ll o tin.
the, whol, iattlrni of life is full of
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NEWS FRO AlU

PARTS OF FLORIDA

The' touirlal hotsel- (1 t the E-a
Con0st are ,ill eleosen.d for Oth, e,. 4 .li


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a oilev 1t it .11 lach i t ik
oeIi.5 i-so an% effort efifthte
t. eI- # 1 I4 -leer


.rth of .hllly
l.li q'ie l a ill
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A (. A. R. Ipost has. l.-en organized
in St. Pe'tershurg which gi Ste pruni-
is.- of wing the largest e ter organ-
ized in the South.

There' are over tonm' Lunre'ld teach-
ers and iproshlwctive teacherss, frmo all
over Florida. taking the -plring norm-
al course at Stetnon I'niverilty.

Eustis is to have' electric lights. a
franchise having been granted to a
Georgia firm, who are to have the
lights Installed during the summer.

Miaml is to have a air,-le.ss tole-
plhone station. located on to of the
Hotel lllsca.ne It is to Ibe, ready for
husiniess before the ti-xt tourist sea-
- .on is on.

The Sanford No )\-It% Works have
,tartel oeer:iations ;at S.afordl. The
plant is we'll o supplie-il with u-ie' iof
the' finest iWo 0clwuorking mi;achin, r. in
the Soi'h I

it.itow t ; p\ p \a r- i .carri' l the* lhuonel
cl i toi l (I f lr tilllicii Hel eIlli|reol\. lll iii -
hL\ :tn o0\. r l 1,li 1inI 1' nl.lhjrit lI It
* 'k. alicil ,'e ,eoee w ill ee I t i ler .1


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TIE CAUSE OF COLDS

."ood Advice Regarding the Proven
tion Of Coughs and Colds.


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"il I ,-li.l\ thin'r : tele it t ie ll ,
4.I c.'l .1 ,I ( ,', l:,i| | l. catart hal t | i
t ,'ii .i ni, it is tihe 'r 'cIcrh itn ofh
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to the m dlc.nl. 'it urge e .er h o -
11 *ll \n-ln- .. itlfalllh lr* ;|||nd i| U t ir

fn Oinev ille ho haiand need of wata




a ldlicineIt t i thy Re rll -usri-Ton oe.
It sfa ndsm ihto rcian tl hat we cul
land ge our oitin Iof .pr onar of cune
in thdis remy i the ee ofn hio madi-
'should h rialrteo tio ccit ur o.ff'ct
pur. In e,<.ry case or make no charge
for trhe it n. 'e h le etwo s every o












n1 (Wit Son iet im s tha .' trecitie' if
a fiendlt l to try Realls a guu-Tone.












thing, the r aost chronic carse i cried
It t and to rte of that we could
not afford to make such statements
and Kive our own plorronal guarantt,.
to this: remedy If we, were enot abso-
lue-ly omsitvce that we could subtetan-
liate our claim in ica l ar prl cular.
and we ned no rason why .vanyonde
should ha.sitatl to acce-pt our offer
and try it. \\t- ha=e two sixes of
Rxall Mucu-Tonet i'ricn.l .'-Ton and
$1 (41. Stomen times a t.,,c Nmdttli it.
dffielent for a cure. As a K'gni'ranl
thing the moeit chronic cwa- is ur-l
Ith anr anav rrrax of lhr,- l. rt,. No.0
I t he It atinmoer, thr nio-hicir- %%ill
-d vou r t Whil hif' t li. i' l < 1 -r |articu< lar .1. \\W M (Ito
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o9,"issonoer Dell Could Make Im-
provement by Little Work.
The' l.tr'e-t crot~*lnias around the
,'ilite re' ii aI % lliA Kr til, (c'11
eIIIt :ttiel eo1ill I"- gtre;:Itl ren t eiliWel
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Sheriffs Sale.
i :,! r .ittol \ ir' i '. :f fi f;I -
'--e ii ilot of thl (' tIt ,Iit (' ,i:rt of th,
Eighth Judlicial Circ'uitl i Florida. In
.InmI flr Alachua ,milt l. a he're'li
S.iftl t ('onimpany. a 'West Virginia
corinration. is plaintiff, and S. J. Ellis
is defendant, and ahere,-In the' Quinn-
Marshall Company. a Virginia corpor-
ation. Is plaintiff. and 8. J. Ellis is
de'fe'ndant, and under and by virtue of
a ft fa issued out of the County
Judge's Court. in and for Alachua
county. Florida. wherein the Atkins.
McKeldin & Brown Company, a cor-
Ioration. Is plaintiff, and 8. J. Ellis
is defendant, said fan being direct-
,ed to all and every the sberffs of
the State of Florida, greeting; I, P.
G. Ramsey, sheriff of Alachua county.
Florida. have levied upon and will
se'l. at the 8. J. Ellis store,
in Alachua. Alachua county. Florida.
eIn Monday, the :rd day of May.
A. I). 1444.. the' amne hbeingl I-cgal
sale day. I'ttwee'n the legal hours of
.ale. teo the' highestt and btwls bidder
therefore. for cash. the following de'
scrib~ d property situate in Alachun
count\. Florida. tolwit The entire'
lt S .1 Elli". at Alachian. Alachua coun
t%. F'lorilda. con.i.stlinig ,f dIry I%,xI.
.roirp ci.i !shot- hardwlar,. Koi general
n lroeh:illlnl i- ;indl fl\tuire'
Tihe -aidm iIN I rtl li tIe hlil i.a the
lri t' ,Ii f f S .1 ill" ,, i itlitsf. -aild
1i fis .1i nl 4, I, -
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.PAINLESS EXTRACTION..
Phone 61.


The Value of Good


Digestion

bs easy to fisw if you know what your stomnr
s worth. Kodol keeps the stomach at par vahlu
by iurin good digedioa. Kodol curoe Dyppia.

Korlnl Insuresa cr'l dlgrcitlon by to special effort by "tonml" and
a? ouii>ely duplicatliri Nature a "stimulants" doesn't cure alythlul.
ti rmal ,.mc*'sI. in iw'rfectly dic E'st- or accomplish any good. Neither
I'Le all fooel taken Into the st'nm- Cdos dieting. Indilietion and the
ach s'-leus ailments which It nladces
\Whlle Kodlol is doing this. the can Itw averted and corrected only
i'wiVc 'h iq resrtln-and hetcming by natural means.
sworn ani healthy A strong and KKewol supple's this natural
healthy stomach p uaranttcs a means. It l'rforms the stomnah's
souind and active brain, work for It -just as the stomach
The man with a sound stomach should perform it-while the storm.
-a stonlach that is doing for the ach takes a little ret, "for the
tbwy just what Nature Intended stomach's sake."
It to do--s the man who is always O Gu0a4sa1tVI
prelpared for any emergency. He ono -1a dal.sta ad pt we .
Is "there with the goods." tar sewtl u fterr "s hve sesd the
The man with a sick stomach. Is l autirv 0Is.of the tS e i t- eit
b~&l7 ow.shesI t bapa*n seoe FM My
a man sick all over. When the s. ruesm thbe bU toe 4o tese dess a
stomach is Irritated by undigested e will rehlad euu ary wtsloM r
food. the blood and heart are dl- o m r W I t s a
reetly affected. Then dullaess. am- w ro s *a' rm
natural sl*eplnes. slck-beadaches. This ear pplies a tes* ae sto i e*
vertigo and falnatag spell. and s'ao bt lI*a1ray. r l
eve serious brali tremble develop. e e ~ e -
odl will prevent these. Koedo prepared at the lIa
SparrlaS the atomachw brain tortesofl C.DoWltt a.Ca~a
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lines of the A reic,.n Telephone an.
i Telegr.Frh Co',p.any and the other as
scciateri eil Te'ep'one companies.
We oun ttcousards of miles cf long
distin c Inc, ien tne seven Stites in
A'ici AC orcr 'e and in iJddition can
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witn lines eCxteC iC *
1..e in whirh a Bell Telephone system is
operated.
These 'ong dist.ei.. .. ... re of the
most n'jdern and improved construct.
'ATER tion and are maintained at a high
tate of efficiency. The Bell systems.
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ment and in their methods of ope-
iting.
On'y by reason cf this close trafll
arrangemc t between the Bell T*le-
phone compares is it possible to go to
a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
ask for "Long Detan'e" and be put In
.omrunoiation with almost any peint
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This vast network of wires, radia4.
ing throughout the nation. Is used
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___ THE DAILYT St N: GAINEIVILLL FLORIDA. APRIL 27, 1909


CSMTRICTORL_
amFoer Themseles asI
as" &Mh d.
SIM- of the ha cegtrktnr
tesptaI co-tri Mrs Ikles
pleca *When sae ha,
o olls heraf Into a rr-at
Sat cortwrw. Then h:
Or threw trws of her '."
hallow hole In tbh *. a.'.
s pt .I thbl hole sher Ive
I-fotr ega The ecgsL 11:'
1T1p as thao, bantam dhlc-k
are a dark ream c rkr.
oblong and wore the sbi|;'
theea of a bea's ea Tbh
a hrd. Ilke a hm's egg. Iat
Oth preurr of your ange-r.
like rublier.
Idd' r e eg l o the net of
other hIa winds hberolf
ly l at roll, Ike a riound
dome he gently puhesa
maad upom the egaguntil
evealrd f"ra four to als
Them she battles herself
tap aad Otays ther teor aim
At the aind af th time a
mkos way hI s*ra em b-
wty aot fm the amet and
d 'ord to theIr own
deat slhw a bit of feer
mother or for Seeo other.
wv. p bI +ever to be
m a hn siaty wIoider.
st t a Jat after helag
th bellem mew totem asw
Msad vW ha ve amy-
wNth pepb if theb MR


tmun ld
bournag be b egth
as ft around as a mad
Sa that they att ahlta
of f bt mout be a

w h to death emau sal-




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Ie.o or th. wmq wil i.w.
i I do how mrkh truth exista
told am a few eenInga ago
I aew aommittlag aniS

Seatd at a eoi table ds -
br- kid4 tr dislyat.otl n.
Sth thfrtnatilo that Iklqur
Ig ar am id to bave for mas
M ralsa the Impulse to grati-
r th other of these pealoe,
P qleke:
pgtoa the mot overmaster-
Sktnouw to our rame i that
Il totrCro Opium lIn some
iy Ih as bd. but I am aure
rse. A few weeks aF, an
Je wa broubt blefure nn.
' hearing the evIdence I sern
la to the island for thnre
He appeared to tae It veri
until a IN:.l, ot i.rer ns a
ilapered l:aIo l IIIna'us 's****. ia,*
rd Itl rtie-i. i al Iih ou I s I,,:
id no I t a's, n t' :l' I II, :I
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TO GROW FAT

mach the Carse of Thin-
Nine Timea In Ten.

re thin or lean. have btrraw-
and at'k. you can't group fat,
r food properly dilgets,
take on fleh in pruiortionI
itratlous matter which the
digestionw absorb and pal -
lood
long .*. (hl it utritiour mat
S-al'ti ..sout being absorb
M:x I 'lll )yuu remain thin
) >uur tauuiach. wtwme.Ip and
I o tuni If )your dl*'tiut,
rect. Mioasoa tablet will ut

will cure lndiglrtlionl and
)c ltubl" alliment of tli rtlls
itilI It cures b) building
Ig up aind liot I *incoul(iiu
id t.ai iir li. t (tO l tillUe lt
uld hui-lill i d '.-rIo illhK llhti-1.
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TOWNN, PH(tPHATE %II wlu-
BHTILIf MAW-MII.I> and FAKlM.-
Memae- and An.rcr
for tne PnrW.







pale. rae In his seat ano Iw ueap bhi
had s a sign that be desired to as
m a qustIlo. I bottomed to him to
eek W
*1 ay. god Mr. Judge. wUl ToM do
e a g put atrr?
'qCtaly. If It be with my pow-
or. I rplied.
"1 haw my tIbaeo will be cut of.
camt you make my tWrm d moIthn
or moa a year If I am allowed to have
ebwlag toblact a
T2 )@o had to explal that be
erl't 4. aathtla of that ort. Ba
meimi the pomers ahi an the
tbsiec quMtio by Utl~a him that It
br ve a haMabM chewe the preIo
pidela wauld ord a =mail qastiS
ty f thi wod for hIm daily.
"Nr did I ne a grMtor chage In
a hmu flate." oamtuded hiab hoor.-


papoling an AIIh.
if either remaMl eomaimd wtthbl
the sptledidly bound voltams of the
sw Library that has Jaut beeo bought
by a N w Torker It will mot be tb
fnat no the rich me 's secretary. Be
is doig everything he cam to let It

"- am cuttta the leaves o all the
bhoka'" hw aM. '"le chasesa are
nobody Ihlomsian to the family till
evrr lookIsd t eild t books bt the
hoe has frtkilds who may go snooplng
aren d through thi Ilbrar)y sometimes
In cas they do be d to ugin the Imprealisn I(hit literature
Is nIrtvl-" Tf* I this oUs.. 5, I am
rnnkl!in: ur*e that tlh: sI!l nt lest
fliN the ilrarta atl "- E-ch:* li.


A Knoeker
Is a man who can't tem good In any
petrmo or thing. It's a habit caum-ed
by a disordertd liver. If you fiad that
)yu are bte,lnnlng to see things
through IMu- .i-.t ( tacl'. treat y)(u.r ii%
*r to a c'rdJ l.n'an cut pllrcn,- wi. i
ItallHa d'., ilebi., A A ure curc fr
conhtilation. d.:olpIa ., Iindic.-tion.
blllousi ine. all li er. ,tomcn h ai d
bowel troubles. Sold by W M Jlmh


Min

A Modest Art Student.
An art slualam.i lia Ie.ti. i r it. to a
I-- Its,- ......... its.... a sle-


TELEPHONEl


DeWitt's Ittle
best known pills
nade. are ea,;y to
ind are curtailn.
and recommend th


Early Risers, the
and the I -st pills
take and act gtently
All druggists s".ll
I'1m.


NemTIC -x
Notleo a% horeb ver. too cerltcvirs. blca-
tere. dmaotriialsee ia'..I a : I ron% hai. mar
or sle 40 dane n I. s, W r.~ the #-.tI a t, '
Charle% Wll.ana I'bi&%P. al4evore,*i.o lam to '.Ci%.t
llwru wt-hln two)year. ti the .' 'naie .cel air
too L I. WIl.uII;so fair vio a-inoerairue' I
Firctilr nfit tw I. %%tiV-'as a& Tortanrnt of
i'buakl.sWi." mu IJa'a-



Miss F. Norton


Nm reltiet, Btis, samao uiery


SoLvLnirv n I


trI a all ng "4t I I tr i Iu -I t, : i :It r.I' IIi % v .IIj I I. "I
to paialt for tne bre' crs "-lpitur.- nilt bad riD
able f, r ::de%.*r 'l- i' rl%. %' s .-rirl.. -.U .ialtr" .F
nlpproliprhia. attra tife in.d hl-. lie
%eat on to ay. "'.r .lt.ais Mohit ill teias
anot above taiuLg llu4iu.'m iarl., frim a INAA m9 LII
mpmalk t rr *ur Ia'i .f t lie p..;iust.t to
be. ud as an advcnli.uien.,lt. Nor did iGallSl IL -
he besltate to ofrr other ,lciures for _
the Samue purlpoe at the same lprice.I
Why bsould nut 1. wbu use muy tailor GEO. W. 01
and who fears luo kk uy landhlndt In
the faco. not do the sane? M ity' I aI s '
sl:itI do better Am willing to take
l tan OO anarksr. for my be Tuner and


**lw sad *ues.


"-11w Ik my ,minl getting a'Iti'Ig'"
aLkd a parent of the beadinstlir of
a ,b hol
-ie's allow and sure." was the re-
eponse
"1Tha It'. mt f:..'s-totry'
"Not r"s r.l'Iandl h(e o masteirI'r "By
It I asi ,1 l .tl h. I I -, i i tm ~l irtIi ai ndI
tir, i, I r.. a l.cndtil T .le*'.ralti

The Practical One.
\! \ r" I' ;1 at. ti I. r itNal nre
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la A *told 1I0d% I -.1 !.a -!: L'


Times *1 *


)eFty Stnrui
VWRIV*


IAVENPORT
1w o1

Rebuilder


L t ~aaatirui'ara.l .esi lnott-wly sattANl.
Woaark tuiIarmimtved.
k~freaua'ew#-: A-I !r, '-*:
.11-' I nn l PIII-C-1. (I I N1'~aIi1 l
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%%'ITHII


DAVIS& OLIVER




Buggies, Wagons
arid A'I leni1s


t'In~e liiiA syslltt I;nulk..
rile; pot tf (*Sl and to-
YoMl; wrft to suwan'.iee 1.-
wer; north to Alactana, High
and W lrthington tprine,
('e.i;ar 1'-Y, all all if.t*F',s-4-
late


FOILED THEIR PLOT.
Tho War Mm. Albon. Prutrated a
Scheme to HMi HMr.
-*om) uimo a tlltir. wr-ihe. 1liii Al-
twiil wan ai s &Trtt,.' arltes Hllenry C'.
.ihere its "Vlaasus ,er'sr **f T'l,.ily."
"she was Inf,,r,,-,l 'I ilt 11, \ltletr, f
n plot to hlls hIel it tt he : I. I I.i.t-
Ing am-ertlaiieil tl i i. ni f tolir ill
itrn tors sII nd va lir, il.r c.atre I l
foiliiIM ishe dlir:'i i t,a.il. ;ttir.' Ist
wh l h t.er ish rt i t! r :-t lir
urt bhr'li d to a's, **t I-i lo .li ci i '-.
anld Wernt to tit' r -:fr' :t % hI lI ltH
i(' i I|ll lllt r 11, t1 It ;i. *I li, l uial
tta *;i n fii t enliotio t sft : oa stul t ,aki' a

ish1c nitlrr.-.ade l II, t .ii. i .. 'I
t .a:ir thait y u im iiter'.i ;i irl. k
U|I ||I 114014' till#' I .: .s 1 I < I, I if II
lth ni practl :ii ( c %. -I .! wool n !!t |.I
lIe gI.l If .olU w-oil Iot ni: Ia lilt' t JolIn
you on11 thl a-,'.i'I. II
'*W itb hpIt-As.ite. at. lhte rp!y "i
oltend too himal iatn ia .a PI.i isu rr 41t the
taluge tihll'* P-Itg
-*lndlded' And ot ',ut Ie she
gtIlltyY
Oh. tnotbl'g. **a'el** t ti 0t. I'litRg ail
Italian. she hias urg IIt .InlMunich an1lI
VIenna to (ermnaln oalie.icrs-. aniid we
think she ought to re-tre ,. "r'i, s.' ti
gatlmn for her untllrtrlti- w:I .:ilrt.'
I agree with yoq. Ia'!d :;ow please
tell me what I am ti do
"'Take this wlilhtlp.' 'aktl the .leder
*At a signal to be llcr en at he c-,ucIn
sloe of the air snlag b. I.clllona lbhe
solse will begin. and yon will hive to,
oD loIn.
"'I ball be very glad to do so." il
the singer and Iut tlw wbhltle II her
pocket.
"In the evening the bouse w as pack
id--eery aeat was occupled-and the
audience wnrtuly asplauded lthe open-
laI irnmbers of the ouera In dtie
course Mm. Alboul applr.ird. aIld at
the point at which she was albout to
address her tutor a few of the con-
spirator bean to make a disturbatce.
not waiting for the signal
"Without showing any concern Mime
Albool walked down to the footlights.
and. holding up the whistle. which
was bung to her neck by a ribbon. she
ecelalmed: 'Gentlemen. are you not a
lIttle before your tlme? I thought we
were not to commence whistling until
I had sung the air.
-For a iirlnti nt a elItly l tIlm-I"
prevailed; tlhn ualdderl th e bhoure
broke l Julo iltnlideri f I;l hu. W 4. 1 hl1u
was letld t. th c's*,imIrr.atorh tlWae
alve*r "


ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. 7


The Cannon That


Modernized Japan


By Herbert Kcufman.


Business is no longer a man to man con*
tact, in which the merchant and the patron
establish a personal bond, any more than bat-
tle is a hand-to-hand grapple, where bone and
muscle and sinew decide the outcome. Trade
as well as war has changed in its aspect-both
are now fought at long range.

Just as a present day army of heroes would
have no opportunity to display the individual
valor of its members, just so a merchant who
counts upon his personal acquaintanceship for
success is a relic of the past-a business dodo.
Japan changed her policy of exclusion to
foreigners after a fleet of warships battered
down the Satsuma fortifications. The Samu-
rai, who had hitherto considered their blades
and bows good enough, discovered that one
cannon was mightier than all the swords in
creation if they could not get near enough to use
them. Japan profited by the lesson. She did
not wait until further ramparts were battered to
pieces, but was satisfied with her one experience
and proceeded to modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't advertise is pretty
much in the same position as that in which J:apan
sto(lId when her eyes were opened to the fact that
times hlad changee'. The l ng range publicity ,tf a
comipetit ,r will a; surely destroy. your biusine.s :I, the
caTnnon of the forcigtnrs crumbled the walls f S..t-
su:ua. Ulile'-s (u take the lh Tfall," tlOe 1:! ,'rlt:nCe (f a, '."" ,:, nit ()Il'y the
m ni111s5 of .tc te'gling y ur 1,u.sine. t fi for ~.;:!'
it as well, you must 1- prep;art!l to f'tce tl'e o,': ,-
(lqen'etes of a f Illy as great as that of a dutelit v.!)
X p'ects to survive in a contest in which his advr.L'sry
bears a s;,r'<,r ta'i t' the length aoj his oW'n.
Do n't think that it's t ,, late, to l egin l ':er i;e
there are so 1many sto, res which have had the adva\iin lta
of years of cumulativee advertising. The city is grnow-
ing. It will grow even more next year. It needs
in'reascJl trading jacilitiCs just as it's hungry for new
neighlilxrhodls.
Put it wu'ill f"'cr again support neighborhood stores.
Newspajler adlverti.ing has eliminated the strength of
Meing /1. ,/.'y pr,,oinlnt, an.l live cent street car fares
have cut out the advantage of being "around the
( r;: 'r." sor I.- tni, mile \\i tV\ c.an reach out through
lthe 'i'::'. a l4 tl nly xl ..p tT.r and drat'w \1 ,ur
i.< '. I i ai is il on i t and
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ht i li r Iir il C ,.
In t("t-+., l. -. J t:


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R'riedies are Needed
U err ie perfect, which w reare n ,. medictnes w oild
not *tm hie neeJed. But since o:r system. have be.
eoe weakened, impaired sad broke doin thro,uOh
Indiscretions which haee Igoe on from the early age,
t1rwilts cr'unt!es generations, remedies ar needed to
Sid Naturr in correcting our inherited and other is e
acquired weakness'. To remc the eet of stamach
weakns and consequent digetise troubles, there rs
nuthinc so ilad as Dr. Pl'erce's (Golden Mredicl I)wlcrv-
en, a l1vcerte compound, r tracted (frm ioti.e medc-
inal nKiot --old for over forty years 'ith great eat'l,actin to all users. Por
Seek Stomach, ihIIous ess. I.iverr(onplaint. Pain in the %omachh after eating,
liverthur., Red BIeeth. Relching of In. d,(:hrae I)r Drrhes a J theirr Intestinal
IDerangemets, the ")iscover" is a time-pro en Sad most eficent remedy.
TheA enulfie has oa Its
outsaIde wPrp per the
81jnr ##t U P


You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a sutsitute for this non-alo-.
olic, medicine or iF s%% % (o.IrI .ItroN,, not even though tie urgent dealer may
Iberrey make a little hij.rr r r... t.
Dr. Pierce's P!ecasnt i'.:!c- rcu:ite and invigorate stomach, linr and
bowels. Sugar-clated, tinv gtrsnlues., easy to take as randy.
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THE IIAILY SUN: (4AINESVILLE. F,.oIRIPD. APRIL 27. 1909


A GRATEFUL PATIENT. lusisNKMwe
The Cein That Was Meseured by a T!R. iF. !. WAI.)O.


Pam... surgeon.
PIP. (7ititiff-iI. ;art -.IeIL--, itit- c*:.It11
pul-1. Its a skseW h.4 Sir Iro-doeri. 6
Treves in Thbe Bl Ma ll t.1 I4 .mt~e tvi~ot
the ati ry a o lIly n *19 :n -aI-
g*' Si'iI -Y :I a i garIt. .
tite t'11III~tI4 .Imr;.~.:e9'I 'Ir A9.j!~ )
LIh.i a% II ri. .94% t a %
tr.-m n o. v i' l 4 i.. 1 '- Io
Sir I!r ',
vIr to J l
G-1 r o t A t I .* I I ,I i t I. 9
'k r. r tIJr. m: -?
- 'iO9r'T r- a' i *A *-L- .\ ,g i.'a

411-t. I9h It1 1 1,* a-%% 1, *1
he "f I : 1 tl %#- 1 o u, p

Prim 4.4-4 .-It to, :,-- 1 0 ?I. I I :i. l
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amumil !a:i1( gtEcl( hulm&:r' uInm :tf:.r 41 m
lb. 1,@ 4 lIt k f-9'I: t I l ie ,li E .. v .9 1
wayJ to be 'l%:e of itIle$, v ta rtI4"i''t) ip
had 111:1!I) I j. I tI #-419 II II tiI I'1m


that be a.rlat I Ie de I b. mIst t.Js t it
the mo-ney. i le t tkn at hatI t lI be 41 u;
eeedId in wrattlont a tohrim ota a %hInN
and Igt adt):utx-e bd t'en theb f I. d tlvn
stood so s4t-ly In Uped eef Hie hind
promptly trnimned all the "it:tyto t WI!.
pole street. and huis tearing was 'mmet,
that b S ir Freolerl.k tiutid hltvitre
"howlnx Into the darkness. hoeldinz t114
Cold pie"- In hbi hand mand witb hn
overwrelmnug sense of interiuritt
strongly Impmsud on blwI mlD."


NOTICE.
Notie to All Whona It
crt-I: I'nl.-s pb-r-i.oall: ca
o(th r 6i,> dislixi,..d ,tf. th.
Exl|r..ms Comilany H ill .>,


la. Con-
- Southlorii
1I1 to the


hwiahost biddtor for ca-h at Iji uelic ati
i1)1llm the- Citytof9 V;i.-.il. ium
Ioi (il Tb iirm-i %. th. j'th daY W
1% a',64o4at lit lee'clcEk'k all th.
Iw -1 -II ill S4Ta.*' (lirt F11991 9 99IIII-9
j1.91 ,% tlvl Cirt h iI.H n'l. ith, r
NI'1 'F tKEt. iI' AO?
T VN1 KING A..:-I. t


CARDa


- 1)i'N:NTIT-


Oraham BMIdilng. last Main Strtet t
Sell Phone S1. Ale Len DOistnee.

D;it EOi\VAVLRL 'I.K


DENTIST.


a !.. r *; a m'.. Pbos. er
,; .4 I & Ltrci r tva t r. Pbout


i % 9 % fr.L '. I .hA )r .-.


ott'l GaiDn "VIlle N.stuaai as.
iol.-Itiq ZVO


DENTIiI


im:-v Ovr Dutton &*Cas. SeA.
Phetua ?160. Celmesvttle. i


ATwOloNY-rAT-LAw,
*)LIClTOR V% CHANCERY.

1AINESI'ILLJ E Alehrus O., I.l.
Ome. in m alaso Blook.
FKRDJNAND BAYER.
ATMR1SE'T AT LAW,


1335 VtVLLB


cta sell yoor lilt property. (im
proved mad saiParoife), .ph I -I
truoklmi mwd ain. as. seai hi
% Iist of what you oler for s". nSow
3 A. OARLISL,
ATTORN T AT LAW
and Solleltor Ln RqUity
Res, Etasl..Coavemo lgoin sd OW oo
oaal P'raetios. All buarinbs promaptA;
attended so. Ofe. next door So Bus
.11"ob. GAINYILL8. IPL40o1DA


rmANK CLAKK.
CLARK &


For COLDS and GR!P.
Ificks' CAPUDI, NE i, tt,#. bs-t rtctijt,
dy r.- l, %. ,t!;.. a 1 ::i. xid f,%9riA-h
IB ----ers : the L ll 1291f 9'to
gornal c..!((iot:. iiin 4. 1? It s iul'll-ff-ct,-
ini. d&at. a t. i, l a t Iat I r' t I ILI t In
store&


Th(*. W. PIKDIN4
FIELDiNG


l~awyers.


a:l COUrt. State m&o
FederaLI


* e H i'


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..IN VESTMENTS.

WE ARE OFFERING


A
A


CASTOR IA
For ILi'Lut -.:.2 CL*..AL a.
Ths Kid Yew Have A'P a C.cight

The,

forr ii


Sg4Lt1. ft


T. THOMAS


f' .I
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g..h sk db s. lkAK .b pa lpkaf Ataf ft.ftaf.db ft akA


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RING


Total Cash Value, $1,000.00




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 share alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in the conlmbination to give away Two Handsome Pianoe and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.


The Gainesville Section
ThI winner inl tlhi, i-tri,.t will I-


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t Very Attractive Prices




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Will embrace tlie city and suburli and lIe con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
awarded a HANDSOME I)IAMONI) RING.


Eastern and Southern Section Willcofprise territory froim Fair-
Eastekr all S, ilxt. evast and from Ro-
(I ii It* all po)inlts I-uuthI-Wabillo, Hnavtltor, IsIlimil I4;rvetttilw.ilIf..11 iell iopy,
1.41ki iew~ .Tatlicem lati itIal.11 juiitiI t- mig itig hu of TI. N .1 livT ()NEI "I A N()
Western and Northern Section 11"' e1ll"'It`t sif r'toltiWI fi"'
hig t-itHighSprin g Is'.tot),
Wa 1I Ilite, Mi ih I. I N w1.' I *-rrV, uII v \i!l I .. !ier diii all tttleiiitiit- (t I I4l



to Get here Y,'es May Be Cast
How and W here to Get 6,11 ,j. I r *'it




C_ Rules and Regulations
j te 1 FV 1 C I j I F rij



W rI C; j i 'At ma
L C I i'tJ A t. .I t
Mis R 1A. Dry Cmk:*,Ili .I
Sc, L', Cr itr & Em e. ( Cit c, es -nd F -iJ S!u01S ..A
City L.. L "-t ti ..,I P r
P. Y. Sr.trh FVesh N'eits A. I l Mol t I Iit4 Lv I-k0t
Cra V'L1d & Civ.s. Ll.e'y md S !e St, b'c. 19 U. I ..-t -.41rIn t 411tl
The Sun. Pinirtng and Plbhn 'j.1It I'Ij I I F. I % i *AI1.9 iv a r t, tla 9'taow iA
Toc [L'c.Aii Lc.:. C. N .i ii J U 4fL j 9k'. r. :'':t .iI 1 99(14-4
N Fr.inc.cL', b.1ar'j ticuse, Fru~ts, Etc. I r1?....j il
Eddoris 4,1 Co.. LurtLer w Bu :1 r M*tcr..i %%?I1
Stand.mrd Fcr' zer Co. Fertzirirs


TI-E.


DAILY


$1.25-- TLre months' stubs-, rpti, .. .. .
$2 50- S.x smithss' sl t riptiu, .
$5.00 01. v,.,r i. 11 :, ... ......
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3.,-')($j A*
) $i~o
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700 vutes
1 '500 votl %
1, OO vote
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~r~ ~~tes tv cd ates cr fr~erds *'th n the stores
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TIl DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 27, 1909
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i S Kegaumned sad What 8 Osa
* ia ngg ..^- ttp pc I isl sk -


Immer MNa 1y t.
to Ifr your favorite for Queen.
pewrlters to rent. W. L Denham.
I yow votes In the cooperative
atL
m -t and help a worthy came

fM lt mckerel irst opened.
dm & Barte.
emet wUl twoe yr piano and

- ehas gga for batchias $1 for
C. J. Kitxom City.
D Woed at vitem was In the
satdu yhbmies.em
ripIr herring only
w & ile ar-.
Seghefewa samong

A. on I ickral OCIy Is the
m a sh dt ft I* hbb f-mlly.
* 4r 6 dam -rY vo care any
- C-o -td n tb v Price. I..
.so i a beeloehwas
do 0111111 to wIoneae
VI.


W. aL. emS hem m te

mtevnI b te r arui l trp.
mrb f t e soe ais gare h ine

1 erft btleto-Blue RiLbbon
Md l-e-- Ue sa. t anid ie.
merts -A .no Fru.it tae-.

ftaareek has rvfr-e from
W oonsIM ems to th state
ie, wh r M ew t st the l-t
LW hIs dftiry mrin. at th is

L Morte. sapeMatendeat at the
a IM a rltami Company plant
a lry for Waycmroem. ay.-
SM eal" teCre an ccu t of
Sf a relative.
SN w as huarud terri about
see, eek 4sad hebl. I applied
-em *' kectrie 011. The pali
I sd the chtld mak nuto a re1t-
ap."-Mrs. Naey M. Hansoa.
i N. N. Y.
r' will be a meeting of Mount
a Ladg No. 20. K. of P.. to-
ft 5 o'lork. There will h -
li the Rank of Knight. All
ers and visiting brothers ure
id to hb* preteint. I'
,. C. c
L Hartfeld of Camilla. (;a l.
d In the city and will hereafter
iociated with the Hart tf'l.l
ry Company in the office He il
SD nLO oUf practical e.j-rlie.no.
1ill proue a valuable acquisition
Slrm, which is fast gaining a
dtlo tbrougbout this section.




P KALBSIEI.i, 1I. ww an Ma'r



NIGHT!



The


astmasteR

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;40--26, 35 3ij Vic. Seats on
It Meller & V daub


Cast a vote for the prettlest baby
may Ist.
lrgW pineapples just arrived.
Saunders & Carle.
"The Teetmsoter at New Baird
Theatre weight. Get ticket at Miller
A Vdal'a.
W. U. Richardson l, ft )aestf rda tor
Micaslmly. where he t'llt to pa 1
hcort vlrlt to friends.
Hlavei )our piatio tutid. I a*' fil
derm at Jesse Frvinch I'aiie 0 ...
pany's. (;.orge W. DlM 'nport.
Chas. Stephens. one of the cxten-
.. i i..i.t. r fo A la> l,'. ,
)y* tt 4* ... l4c4kin anl i m. .. .
n'at re.
Capt C. A. N-al stial J. White.
paiuo;iicir; bhi.nesi iKI>e cf Ne twyr-
ry. werc anfll I the ltitlr, to the
city ye-,teaida:..
J. W. Ettel and wife left ye sterday
for Worthingtono llinls and will
speed the Dext few days at thls, Ml-;,.i
lar report for rest and recreation.
I. P. H. Dudley of JoesviUle was
hee yesterday looking after sone
business matters. He states that It
bt very dry t his nectio and crops
are needin rate.
Judge Syd L Carter, representative
from thio omaty In the Legislature
wasr te cety or a few how ye-
terday oa b-uines matters and to
pay a sort volt to hbl family.
0. W. Egllbh and sister. Miss Hat-
tie. of Tacoma. were visitors to the
city yesterday. They were en rout*
home fr a short vista to friends In
tho artber a wt o the county.
J. L. rersou left yesterday for
Paiata to be present at the meeting
e tu Good Roads Aociation. Having
had a lar experience l this work
he is deeply interested In the subject.
James Skinner and wife of Archer
were among the visitors to the cit
yesterday. Mr. Skinner is one of the
old Ulon soldiers and came up to
tae pan Io the exercises which
ere held In this city.
Mis. A. R. Elmore has returned
from a short viit to relatlhes in


JacksoIville. While away she wao
pre-ent at the musical carnival in


that cIy sad reports it a grand uc
ces nI every particular.
lve-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square formerly occupied
by W. L LeGrande; city wat*r. elec-
tre lights, sewerage, bath. and all
modern couneniences. Apply to Mrs.
H H. McCreary or Sun office.
It will benefit both you and >urir
friends If you insist upon their btop-
ping at the Ibroun t o..Ue wirhn tih..
conie to (;ainesville. Y voc ill F*
the votet- and they-nfirst-c.. acco(um
niodatlons and excelle nt tiir.all


S. E. Vaumlhu, a clc-%t'r young lmua
of Hligh SjpriugN it ~as animeigIL~ot
who ipeent ejaid ii IIj
Wh lIe here he. c!cllt-d at 'nit. *-.,a
office. ti) rciu iutho -ulp,( rljoumei a,! e
W. 14 Trtxlter az,1 %'r- NtI I V.,i;hi
Thc urtiiit li1 Nlisi tit r, \h.# li-, I
the- Wt~ wuan -. flirt-i~i aai T. nipe. I.ltoI I
Inion V% ill bi' !ld at the. I:eie~ ceo
M ras J A M a ioaM, 1f
seotrott. tmij, ee~eaIart criice Hell ::I
(I (l-(5k. All laiii- c t csrdialla IIo'it4ed
Ir a:.itNr, Ilamr I. I ...:
.h(te llc .d113C C41 1l. I 5d)a .4 .%.t
left )et ate rda c ltaI N4it M -lI( -
-. ht.rao tt11, V-.% % I I I I'd tli.


tit -. rP al %eralev t ks e Ii fi t Ii I tot
uit.. ('haivo.e' l tir .,K 1c,,Iit ice t iE 1l t~o iL.
liealth tof thoe ft rmt I
It. IF I) .s. (it Ifa%%t I fit r V. Az
&Ujung the I tr..tlt sr.' o lu tiit 4 1 .%II
tilt cW hdi h' 114 -14- I i4ui e IA ; A ,1- NAIit
* 1Il at fltm ofict( :61 'a ifi 1.1 a midlb.ti33j
I al 4tr(.e'r tfor it A) pr I3it Iiit x tit addIi
t it)!, to Ilaii x ll latghe. cdae [ie 11 fiith
daisik it s utsm ristim ii
N Ir. i ('C-. Ie ct o ths bkhsali;A 11 leit
esi'a I da % 14 or Li leit ert heu-.lii
t) .1Ia4 t Pd 1kec %etI gI !.- ItIo till tI ii ak at&
I Arie tg r lIII* l Itt. s e Uje 11n i. 41
..tiltl a -1 ,tig eI.7% I I At1.i 11 hit f 11,
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WILS N'S STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE-DIRECT FROM THE FO~REM (ST
MANUFACTURERS IN THNE ('O'NTRY. YoU (l;ET THE R1I;IIT STYLES
AND .1MRE VALUE FOR Yfl'R MONEY. WE INVITE Y lUR O( MI.PARI-
')N OF LEGITIMATE VALUES.


.... PHONE 10 ....


"The Toastmaster" at New Baird
Theatre tonight. Get tickets at Miller
& Vidal's.
C. I. laird of the Standard Frirti-
lzler Company left )e-te.rda> for
Tanipa. %here h. went on a short
buinl'-i trip I
H. I)Drl r and ilfe of Let-tsurg
w -r amliuiK the' %isituor- her. 1 e .te'r-
day. Th.y se-re- t route to Archer.
A her. thlly will Ipa a bhort visit to
ritl;att e- and friends
Mr. and Mr- \W T .orr.%- of
Archer were' aumoI.g tl: i.t "
atlt,.' 04 ill. '% -t.l rila;v. lThy hli.t a
iliili 4e)r of aciliua i(;tuti!( iti thi' a 4i
who a;re. alIa .- : pl ;A-,(1 tio t III'(t Il'lii
llritat \'.iil;e', W a i., hai- e* !, i-;t
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KEYSTONE BAKERY


'Phone 165.


R. T. Schafer, Prop.


A. IDOLaAN
...V'E'II I N A RIAN N
Bringiin I )our lams- hcr,, it.
tidllul, and Ia~Ate the-mii treattee I ,,,
th tit r to e-t t v xa mhaiq i ae i chil i el.1 I,
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Established Over Twenty Years
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UNITED STATES REPOSITORY

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Stop Paying Rent!
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The Eddins Manufactuiring C('oipainy will 1 util you a
hole on EASY TEIRMS. If yoIh lavten't a lot they will
FI'RNISt1 4 I NE aliil l )1141 i yvou a liisu ill it.

-THE INSTALLMENT PLAN--
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