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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 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID01652
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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. 71


(A NiESVIILLE. FOIDIABI AFRID AYI. A1'3IL:o. Wit'.)


TES ('ENT A WII E


HOUSE POSTPONES ACTION THOM PURCHASES TURKISH CAPITAL NOW
CHASE PROPERTY


ON APPROPRIATION BILLSDEAL INCLUDED ALL OF GAINFREE OF ABDUL HAMID
VILLE COMPANY'S HOLDINGS.

Senate Voted to Sustain the Veto of Governor how- -Hndso- -nd Ex pns.ive ome Stripped of lls Power the DepUeo Sta h b ded

ard Upon Pblk Printing Mi. Compare d Togthe r With in City Where Fos T tAe ,
Several Other Iuildings. -


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TI.\L.AIl.\I SI:. April ,!* Action
ou a t ill I'rtiding for an applIropcria
tlon suffi. ic-n to guarantee the ,x-
t-nis of teacher.- while i ttindiii..
sunmini.r .-iwhie)l.-. in the | oi of t -
curlin a Ibetter attendance. at thte,.
schools of Instruction. was indeflnite-
ly Iptpolned after an Intere.ting de-
bate in the House of Represent.ttiiets
yesterday. The bill was introduced
some days ago by Mr. Carn of Mariou
and referred to the committee on ap-
iroprtatlos. The committee report-
ed without recommendation.
In explaining the purpose of his
bill. Mr. Carn stated that the pro-
visiato of the measure tended to en-
courase the school teachers to great-
er hopes of achievement and thereby
place the school system of the State
upon a higher standard of efficiency.
The small salaries received by a ma-
Jority of the teachers. be said.'did not
enable them to attend the summer
schools where the same were held at
great distance from their places of
residence.
Others took the ie ..' t at! .
lroprlatlon as pr)lropwl-. 1i,.
would prove a ii-''41.
late. They thi emO;
tagislatur-c 4.-i.-1 1 '
sIm of iii. i
cation l w .% k
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the House voted In favor of Indefinite-
ly Iostioning action on a bill for an
appropriation of funds for the en-
couragement of immigration and to
pay the expenses therefore. The mess-
ure provided for an appropriation of
$:,..0M annually for the purpose of In-
ducing desirable Immigration to o-
cate In the 8tate. and the sum of
$2.0o0 annually as salary for some
competent person who should act as
commissioner of immigration.
Mr. IDupont made a strong plea in
behalf of the merits of his measure*.
but the opposition was strong and si
definite postponement carriie(l I'. a
lamre majority.


TLe bill is one of
ant yet introduced


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many of the, ni ntithr- ti t th.


Heux..' te'.'ltha:t -lcmjelo1-11%41 !I *r l

should e bv tc. *.
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W. R. Thomasa hras iurchascd all (o)Ntt AilI\'biit- A1pl .s' The
of the city real estate fornmerly forj Hmer rleiretithI- ea pime AiurIn
ed by the Gainesville Comlmn. ishich alariel ii is. ith Icek'i't rounds on
in fact. was the C. W. 'has. v rnt e'rce't, a rhig h eit s .c- it.m hix al ft ini bclshic
;k hhtid, c, leceeklin lia~ccnikl. which
and which were convidercl ainmcII1 ; .1..% L by the Ital
the largest iurtnterty holdera o cr e
Gainesville.
I~*hc~iII* i' ii. Is tto to be put oui
The lots emnbrace the gre:.?.? pccr t.. Ii.. to nt-ictoibeputeon
tion of the north'astiern par!t ( ifI I" r ia1.t for he isreportd in
city and w .rc .aluo'd R c a ef1 votl.-? 1 u
like $ Lot41 PI.f tolm 1. 1 cistif coi r,. ~III to 1.'.1%
Inn the' fint..'ha. cHZm. uhiq ti t- ',tcjh? rt s.. tf )keep the
tit.% ,r I l ti -i 'i l Ini Etzrolie'an Turkey.
t aI l rl, t h e ( '3 4 1 1 i t 4 1 1 I l l s b ( r s
l er~ 1, I- adcitlvii!te're'd fwr him

g mIEI rded l. up 1we e lest.
t vilelit notified Of his do.


S i iI.;, l with four wives. five


jof tbe merfy, but I 6d
Irtrhke that heo O riv
of the reo*efg s I e
d etat. ReCdlla AMd vr
Hamid's w1* tw

It was nith el
the palace
American ambe s the ft:

fprol tie bult
proclaimed Sultar. The SultA- i- i
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AM* 000 r1 I9Wn at
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1111 Icc4 and a compwln & WAS th 4" nt~bt
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t.koli from the huh to. 'ttO 5Y1 '

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VOLX. XXVI. NO. 71


GAIN ESi'VIL LE.HFLORIDA. 1-'1111 'A\ .APRIL' :3o). I4.1


TE CENTS S A I\\ EK


HOUSE POSTPONES ACTION


THOMAS PURCHASES TURKISH CAPITAL NOW
CHASE PROPERTY


ON APPROPRIATION BILLS DEAL INCLUDED ALL OF GAINES.
VILLE COMPANY'S HOLDINGS


FREE OF ABDUL HAMID


Senate Voted to Sustain the Veto of Governor Brow- Handsome and Expensve Home to Stripped of His Power the Deposed Sltan Is Exled

ard Upon Public Printing Be Completed Togther Wth in City Where Foes Begn .
*Several Other Buildings.


T.\.1.. l \'II S1:1: April .l-tion 1 the Hou0 se ,ot'l in f.ci\ r of iiild fiite
on u I ill I r\,,% iiiaia for alin ippl i ili poI ustmluing action oni a hill for an
tiolin iiffil i0 nt to guilaralint-,, lth. ,. .proprceiiation of fundti- fr thI enI
l*ns of teachli i hi. att., I.1,.: icclra .il'ient of immigration and to
autumn. r lihool. in ilii 1, ; : ,I pali. t- lienaes therefore. The meas-
curing a Iltt.r i. tl .illtll, I h* I. llpl I. id, ed for an appropriation of
choo)ls of institution. wlai> ianil tiii, $it.V.**, .ilciailall.y for there purpose of In-
Iy |lstimon-id aftl. r a ilit re-tiailc ducinig dc.iralIle immigration to lo-
bate in the Ilou.,se of l-Re-lre,-etiit it!I.-- (ate ill thi- State,. and the sum of
yesterday The hill W i intir, luti i| $.Cail, annually as salary for tsome
.4ome days ago lby M.r (';Ciri iof M.\I.arn coli rnilttl interc.io wlieo should act as
and referred to thote coinlitt e on alp C-immlissioi ner of iniigratilon.
,roliriat ons The conlinitte-r relort Mr. Iainll made a -triig pi .i tI
ed without recomn endllatml Ic-half of thte merits off his- m eas.lre
In texplainling the plurlpce (f li- hutI tlh-e oollsitioin wi st-ro n anid i :n
bill.. .r. ('arn stated tlht at th. i'-ro de finite poilstl lom ie -lit ( arial- 1.i aI
visions of the measure- tclnde-d to, en large. majority
courage the. school t(eacilier- trio ,gret l.e Iil Is ie o t lte- mit .,i iil.ort
er hcple s of ac-hil,' e nri t ai I thl!.-r1r :alit l et intrdelicdc at thi.s se in
place the school system of thli St.ite.' ;id manl of the niemtbrs of the
ul|on ai higliher st:and.ird of office ientc I tist. fe-lI that sr llit (ti-ilict forward
The small salarie-. rece-iie'd l i : ma- ste-p. in the- intl-re-st of iniiitiiration
Jorit o if the- te-., li r-. hI raid. did tnat -hoild li- taken heforr tH, lh .. I.e iilai
.ienable th-na to atiitd lthe -,iiilai-ir turtr aljiourns A utibtiltite nmia
.-(hools whrli-i tile :a.iic- sw -rer held itt litlrc, forer It* ilntt ldtl, l at ;ian carll
.re-at distanctie fromi their plac-esr of a d;are
retsidence lThe-. ieoel.-- heild its first folur-hoIur
)ther- took th lier e .t thi ap- -,siion e .t-t.rdal n tiiit at !. a ali
oropriatio(n as Ieprlpc-old \il tlh.- hill at0mnda IK djoiurii l at 1 I anl It is 1e.
would prol ,e a inedl.-s \pie-i t-i t'l,. li-ed c-l that onelI four hour se-ssion i?-
State Th' \ IhlioIgilt ih.at if thle i oer- adlanttageo-.. tlhan sa e-ral sc- -


legai.latur.- d.-ire-d tio alippropriate a
-urn oif cnoin c t1 ;at ithi- s --,ion foir e,(di-
v-atioiial workk it h-I hiili i l.- aipproprie at
ed in a manlne-r that uoiild cii.ir, dII
re-c t.' I leelit ihl cehooichl -h :il;.eta i if
t he- State .All hIw ,- r %t itfit r. *
,rd a- fait; it in, lll l tIci ti t I li I t.i l e li1
t i ri cr t lih e lc ic.itiloiial .1l citiil
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tto waile tl- r oil's >h iakiig ilHoei-e
0liit *C r er'li ia( ) i aliiitte anide pla Ini:
I Ceit i.iletil.ii i eler lh .ied oe l l s
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I. I. Boarl in Peters C e


\ It Tlihomia- has ,purlcha.rd :ill
Iof ti le ( it r-a;l e*t;ittt tlcrleirm -ril II .
i-d l. the ;. aiini -s ill., ('eonialita .. ihlch.
inl fact. a-. tihe ('. W. Chase-t iltl..a-'t.
anid which we.re conslidere- l amnlon
th,- larKme-t Irolprtyv hold ers of
(;ailles ille.
The lot. e-nllrace thte gre.atler M)r-
tion of the north;-astieri part of tihe
city and srre' valued at something
like $2t0.i. icM. this of cours-. Includ-
ing the fine ('hase lhomne. which has
ir, \,.r bNet.- fully complletcd.
.Mtaljr Thomas was seen by the re.
Iloli;er ;iand Mrifltd the* deal. hut had
\ r\ little to o.av in regard to what
hI iilit llecdie il <,i wi lth .uc(h a large.
learlrin-4. at thi- tin., It Is known'.
hoc \ e-. r. that I- will cotmmrncn'i'e at
ls1.1. toe h;a\,e the I I hndtisire- rt.idlenco-
('commltc d and will ilake thlis hi-
1Illii.'-
( ) hlr n ifinishe-ld hnll-.-. I whilit h
nillllint r ;ilio llt tI t,,t w ill ;Ial, I 't
,iolil hei e.l<. .c i, it i.s ..tte-d,. iat 1- e:irl
a date, as ia -.4ile,|. a.111 thI.- %ai I be
ia-cd lorilicilall ftor rental |iarlmist es
Tliis is withlnout Idolilbt oii of tie- l
lar ,'e t rz al 4e1tat;t Iralasfe r- '\c -r
in. el-l. iti cit I |. r (ii.- rt l il;n 4;. ii e-l itl-
tl1d the i-eoile' ., n eraiAlli .re- h;apli
i,\ ,I tih, fact that it has- 6 .i--e il ieino
the' lhanlids, of cit e % lice i- |irir-sei\.
:*itd has the pu-- h m aiil t., r.- Ie to ion
IIclt.. th** lhiildiing, alt.e l\ le.oiii.


tiI> dt Ile i roe e I Ihiii.


t ifith % 1l :, i It1


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('( ONSTANTINOIPI.. April "!*.-The
firnmer ruler of the empllire. Altxul
Hamid II. Il to IN' krplt a prisoner in
a large- hoiUs' sith walled grounds on
a hight o\erlo)kln Salonikl. which
has lately lbewnt occuled by the Ital-
ian commander of the Itnernational
gendarnierie. ieI li not to be liut on
trial. as has thm-n widely reported In
('onstantinople. for he is considered
to bte abxc the law.
It was thought wise to keep the
delw-sed 8ultan in European Turkey.
remote from the capital. His house-
hold will Hw adnlinistered for him
uplln a: getnerous- scle inttd his life
will t m safe-guarded. as he earnest-
ly htIesought when notified of his de-
thrnenlleinti
Aldull nllaid. with four wives. five
daughters and two of his younger
sons. two eunlluchs and a conmilara
livb' large a nunllllir of female serv-
.alit., we re taken from the Ylldiz pael-
acer Tui.e-il:v night apd started under
an ie sort to Soloniki. The party
procter-eded h ste-am laaunches to the
klailditin: lear the railsan and a lPpe-
(hil i: iai il n which thev were to be
Ilaitdc -l hIlt e irl iln the morningi.
Want Abdul Hamid's Money.
ThI- (',tiI-titaticiialilts would Ilike
to getl Ibak I,:irt of the- great sunli.
of nlmioneyl that thea fortiner ultan is
supposed to h:te- abroad., anot onl
Ie(t.| Is- the e oie'rlnient is* In i ne1


I llc4 1 -tla,ifale1d of Itietil set'ed It ,e- Ir ,!i'i'l iii i -tl-lor ,dinir g, wai* taken-i
ie0~Y d -- al c er
I i o>l i ii ,-itii it lIr eIt iilersiion th
ri % .1 \% ; ; int l I le lill e, -


iof the money. but because it Is de-
airable that he should be deprived
of the resources for another coup
d'etat. Speculation places Abdul
liamid's wealth at anything between
t.:..nItoc.i0 and d200.W.000.
it was mentioned with plesare at
the palace of Mehmed V that the
American ambassador was the frst
of the forelmn repres atative to
convey his good wishes to the aewly
proclaimed Sultan. The Stuta seat
his compliments and thaaks to Mr.
Leeihman. expressing pleasure that
the representative of the Uaited
states was the first to cougrMtlate
him.
The city was illuminated ItMt alht
and general rejoicing cotlnes. Al-
though this was a holiday. eourt mar
tials were held and several of the
plrincipals in the mutany o the troop.
were condemned to death. Later
they were taken outside the wall
of the city and shot.
Suspealted Prime Is Frsd&
Prince Sabah Eddlae. the nephew
of the Sultan ,who was arrested on
susplclon of belng Implicated ln the
rising has been berated Oad his re
leaIe has caused a good laprIakm.
The streets of tbq capital are fi-
,.d with Macedolana olahteera
The\v are being feasted by dctiseas
:t, the- coffee house restaurants. whblh
ie' all full it oterflowlag.


t(enti manli and his new employers will
find him full capable to anssume al
dlutie. of his iies Imwltlson Hls many
ri'-aie ataid thei hlne mpaniAy with whom
Il, W:s ciiei-c ti eel iere lt-di ill Up re-
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"r ..l, ''r-\f illr- .e ('orai,. Iltard w ill
Mr. Morton Resigns.
-'l 1 It i e I' :i iar a i'ieert thila ,luc- llliK
;I t n i, Ie k :it the hli.id stia d, t I
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THE DAILY SUN: tAINElViLLY. FLU)BIIA, APRIL :31. 1909


iEV. SWEI PLAINS THE Er ntI n (LOS.G EXERCISES
Amm T TMl' I EEL LO UUIIU WALU HIGH SCHOOL


SSUtISTI PEOPLE OF ALL OI-
NOMINATIONI TO ATTEND.

revival Meetinge Ne in Progreeo Are
Attratin Large Congregtions
Sand May Deepy Interested.

SCoatributed.)
aI his sermon In the Adventi4t
'iurch last aiht. Rev. C. H. Sweet
of Dowlig Park treated his subject
to an nlterestlng manner, using for
a text the words of St. Paul in Acts
14:14. "But 1this I otnf.-ie unto
thee, that after the manner which they
call heresy, so worship I the God ut
ay fathers. believiag all things
wheih are written In the law and Iln
the propets."
Mr. lweet aid In part:
*'looltla out aIto Christendom to.
day we see It died lato sects. each
sect beia chsaraterled by some doc
Strinal view or or of church gov-
eammesL tery me of these sects on
comlag lto existene has pressed
tleb a xMperiesce of persecution.
Tey have been subjeted to the criti-
.m, -. rg amdde aumKCl-
tl of aeat religious bodies.
This ha been tree f the Adventist
Chare. Of the aiy, Miote things
hat hve bee mid about them, I
wl mst e bak. 1t other doetrm al
views ave been iederstood.
May. ea snow. Regard them u a
nnatieal seat, as deagero tesebers.
Pep Jrdts me by wat they have
hert or ave Imagined ahut 10.
Sf Iaisieft to our own a-*
of Ito h and basing their
Opinion ups tat.
"Now. we at- thervt e of stat-
Ing t a kd way sem of our fund.
metal views. Coasrder what we
hve tom ay. ead f yIes ad that our
view are dangerous p ood eiteen.-


sdp. or to me's pritalty and ue
ftiseo as a Christian, then reject us
s the ame of the Lord. But If you
And as haldlm ret truths that lie
at the fM drtl of sound Christian
faith. trutbs that are an Incentive to
repentance iad to godly living. then
esae to be afraid of as. and cooper-
ae with ua I our special efforts to
save souls. even f you cannot accept
our doctrinal views.
"I'poa the general doctrines of the
gospel we agree with other evangelli
cal denominations. The principal
point of difference between us and
other denominations is that we.
stand a unit u|,on ce-r!:ln i points of
Chri ti:n doctrine uilpon t .i h uth.er
Pr,'ii jst:nt dnanumii atiois are' i idted,.
the' ii,)t important ofl hi hh ar.:
I. \V\'. tiellet.W la th,' wh 1i i of
the Itltble and i,, its Itelr l tint.'rlr.'
tati ii
t ithur- I lio i. to, 'IW .- fit 1>.


a I It -. tinr llm, v. .t i. I tll it it ti

th ;l th. 3In t l.< t i i l\ l I i I% 1

urt (m thi,\ literary l rule oi t t.pr. rl
tat lon)i s olt' of h. h .,sidia g iau, .
of the cdi .% im.ini c)f ('Ishr.-t.' iehPil
W V v, IIQ.h.% I- t1,.1 t I.f ",' ,11 ,1[l
murt;altt coic-I,.' t in.tl hsre' titili
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WeI- t.'r IIe halt Ith r i i soi IIIi.
ahat e.er iu death, that if a d'ad
atal l t.e-r il\'.-, a iis li. i future I. '

j -'s r oif dt-ath llm ust. dl- 'tr d uili' 'i
Hi s h h h.ast. lh' loie.r to -%.ellow
up d.,* t ,i e ,l si, It

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ork. The Norwegitn If.;:nrI ..n
Sveon cod liver oil. The :.
eole a constantly exposed
o cod and physical strain.
Experience has taught them that
fatty foods give warmth and

For those who have cold and thin
bodies, or are threatened with
consumption or any wasting
. .ea.e. here s no (at hn so
diole d palatabli a form as


Scofftt's Emulsion


Pbysiias prescrSe it.
ad s- Vtr itiM"I. Mdtb we 6 mue Wo
IN lU6"b ft A= peT s w w a d J few

C00WT T &OWL 40P htl ied, Nrw Tla

divisions of his subject. quoting many
Scripture leasag,-s in support of his
t+AertiutI'. and then (ocluded a. fo l
los 0:
"We believe in waiting and watch.
Ing for the things of which we have
spoken, at the rsme time praying
that men may be brought to repent-
ance. We think these fundamental
principles are Important Ilible truths
and that they ought to be preached
everywhere ia connection with other
Bible truths. for we believe in preach-
Its a whole gospel.
"We do not believe that Adventists
ale will be aived. We know that
all who love Ood and work right-
usses will be received by Him.
St. Paul says there is a crown for
all that love His appearing.' as. In
other words, all who so love Jesus
that they desire to '*ee Him as He
Is ad to be made like Him.' We are
not exeluslolets. but welcome all
Christean; we Iowe all who love our
Lord Jesus Cbhrit. and we are ever
ready to cooperate with Christians of
other denominations when we can do
so without compromising any Hible
truth. We have no creed but the
Bible and Christian character Is our
only test of Christian fellow ship.
Mr. Sweet's subject tonight
will be "Slitrm of the Tines." Thome
who have listened to him do not nee.d
to be urged to come again. hut to
those who have not heard him nwe
would sav. come for ons- swrTic,,' at
least. You cannot fall to IN h.n'e'
flted.


MAKES FINE SHOWING.


First National Bank Makes Tremend-
eus Increase in Deposits.
No city in th.- St.. 4.i 1I ,i. t .,'
I 'tter hli nk,:s.; i.t ilili. : '.t:i : .x '
ford, l III (, il r llo i .l t" i < .'l
ails.' lillllt be T f 1. ; I: .1 ~,I I,,
showi in II 1.14, .- 1.1' (t i -
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go.'liie'ciy ee r.c! i' tirmair% troisl'0tlt
uia etr' isth --516 kieir I t c-it' r.ti o,;a
?.cI rI t~-I g t It a II ig r i t i,' izi. tho itcri --s.m
so they %%ill ittrainitout ths-u.I, 1
that i-et tlc i -?4ill tin-'' iiii-e 14-1 .ikll c't1
c'au -iiug rh-. i. ait s- a J \V NI4',i
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AV ARCING OF DIPLOMA BY
JPER INT9ENDENT KELLEY.

Exercises Will Begin on Sunday and
Last for Period of Pour
Days.

Thb. \\W.ial illh School. on,' of the
large t it o t he cellntl llI (loset for
thl. term this6s eI and the coni-
i clei.'n ent e'\ri.'r Is.," ill begin at
That llac 'e on Sunday.
The Suni I. i rt-( llit of the pro-
::r;nml tut owinll to its length we' are
iulnal I to pciv%'e -am. ini ftll. the e'xe'r
'lseti- comtnii in i ni g lll ol S tinday and last-
iig fur four d t .
The I,:lcrlatlur-ate s re rmon will htm
del\iv.red by Rev. S. II. Roger.T of
this city Sunday morning at 11
o'clock.
Monday. conmmencing at N p. m..
the primary department will render
a well-arrang-,d progran In which
sor.' twenty four of theo pItl!q will
take part.
Tuesday evening at R o'clock the
High School department will have
their exercises. which will consist of
the usual recitations, speech-making.
and music, and will be closed with
a one-act play entitled "Chronothanato-
letrom." In which fifteen of the
young ladies are to take part.
Wednesday the graduation exercises
will occur. The program has been
carefully arranged. Including an ad-
dress by Capt. Geo. M. Lynch and the
presentation of diploma by County
Superintendent Kelley.


CANT LOSE MBE


Twenty Years From Today a Bald
Headed Man Will Be an
Unusual Sight.

One' of the most prominent druggists
of Anrmrica made, a statet'ii..it a fe-w
ateeks agco m hich has ca llusd a great
deal of di.cusioim amnoig scientists
in the mi'Idi al prcss
He balil: "If the, lew'hair grorwc .
Parisian Sage.. thicr.ease.s it l .l.l a-
it hat dlrrii>r the lpa t '*,ar. it will
t( uI .e'd I).. a. i rl) **\ c r.) 11niIb. oi n ll
:nd l11bhl iin AIn. rn wih.n .i ;h:;
'c'arr.
"A.d whe.n 'Parl-i n Sat:.- is n-ii.-
':len,-t ui \i, l.;ill>. dlat:'Iruiff n ill 'if-
,ali re,': ir -i.li atl it". e i4 ,a;irti ir ,.s!4i
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Thei habbit uf ua bvra g a. that
il'l-p'1 to )ou Iis one that aIll ke-l
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AU run down. v.!~%6-' i...J. ttii.i. p. :., voul'? And Jo not know
what tfotji-t)dA hIIi ~.;ii dit.A (our dcteitr. Abk his opn11 w
al toAg.. o kNulicool, no timul-
tion. A blood putii. i, iri .tom.:. a Arunm lkrait. ..I
0id to 1 &..:i ui iiiiidk-r- to i c dc. .


Why Overheat

Yourself?

M uch f vour clmmcr pr!as
are depends upon h.~ 'n a ctOl
and tconfonrtaNl kitchn. \Why
&ot be prepared for hot dasrs
before they ctmwe.
Ask your dealer to show the
New Perfection M ick Blue.
Flame Oil Cook-Stove. It s a
wonder.
Does the work of 'youvr bi
range in every particular; but
ha. this great advantage o\ er it,
that it never heats the kitchcrn.
The CABINET TOP i
ae4tr feature cf the


New Perfection

Wick Blue Flame il Cook-Stove

Has a spacious top shelf for holding dishes and for keeping food war
after it is cooked. Also has drop shelves for holding
small utensils, and is fitted with racks for towels. No
other stove approaches the "New Perfection" in conveni-
ence. comfort and simplicity.
lade in three sizes. Can be had with or without
Cabinet Top. At your dealer's or write our nearoe
agecy.

The' L m is s ees dra ft Iamp ol
I %iJ amp g Enao illuminatiag power.
Stable for living room, dina room o
ror. Fee frm all objectiomusle ftme -a pimdid
If Not with your dealer, writ our earest agency.
SSTANIAIMD OIL COMPANY
ml i mu


BngsEZILS.JORDAJ40


W. W. ,*Mrrow.


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER IbOCK


OAINESVILLE. FLOQiOA


Fire, Life and Accident :""t""



G. S. Merchant & Co.



Staple and Fancy Croceries

Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
GOUTH SIDE SQUARE -o- GAINESVILLL FLORIDA.

Highest market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and othL- Produce.

a Complete stock of Hay. Cora. Oats. Flour. Bran. '.,al. Cottoa
Seed Meal and ly*.. We haildle only the Very Best goods
at Lowebt ilrie's and r l.tras.e- .satisfctUon aj ays.






HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.

WHOLESALE




Groceries and Grain

'T I THIE Ti.A11.1: ()ONLY

No Order Too Large
th Phuies 215 A- VILLE, FLnIDA

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THE NEW SCHEDULE

HAS BEEN ARRANGED


HEAVY VOTE RECEIVED

IN CONTEST THURSDAY


TRAIN WILL RUN FROM OCALA SEVlRAL NICE JUMPS MADE BY


TO JACKSONVILLE DAILY.

Wiil Prove Great Convenience for
Trave:,ng Puleic and Aid the
Local Travel.


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X .\II aLrra. igo ill fiIt he. I. *-i. e4ii!.h

I I s-iI 'ot eit t ;II a iii .1m k
%I1i 14. %ie OIIae ~ r.
9 i.- had.iil e A,? itifitI&mlit Ihi lt, 'general
1SDd111111c' 11 141iti gret eal eeol fa.oralele
4' i hai? l;- lee'* Iiilie .d ini rdmr~hic
III,. traml-. Imta it I lt ie.ll#- o inimi 4oi ef
-'1114. 111.1i' Ii tit vecho 1ub 1% 4I-itirt lr %
lote, Iiti..lid should he' 4-herte m'd utl
ti l eimir eor flinee-e.leet%% t,'ii tile- t &o

'Iarkitig. f-r lle-tti1,ei ?'.( hours
tiell Ga il Ill- too I Ii tee (b a. il tile'
tlhvr hwied. 1. stire.liuo't mid thirty-
Uhilltitv'.% frnoi till J ck -e f t, Is-lie p e I hi-.
(it. h. raltlier a ticr-ei4i rfle aIt il
('ii-id bo Ai' Ie'tei~l m! itldl iii Me- :tiee
Iiiii. haid thn e .e .e; '.il k
With I hi' ll#,-I ( change i I e,-it
tIII-doubt tout tI l 11w til ra in %% A l lot
Isa) iig perolposit ioi frr.. the' cr'
winniiinic. and it i. to tee hovtlecI tLat
the. railroad offticiaI-'6 aill lbt'e nallAEd
to) Ilmake' theie Ilc ye r'.r 'hanlmg.
Following is thlt schedule If the,
-rain. to be' kiluwil as Nos 9 and lt-


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hiriiig the 5'rItni everyone would
twI bIrn.fllted by takiillscI 'ol*-' KIl!ie'
RIenlmedy. It ftirtni.-hce a needed tonic
to th-. kideltl s after tl:he \tra s-train
of wint.r. t..I it pure l es. the. I ild i ,
elenmllIt ate the i lmpIrt i froi;i It
F'ohly .. Kidin'y l ite'nld. iiipa; t, iic'
life and vigor PI'la-ailt to take' J
WV Mc'Collum & to

Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
fI.- you-of something you don t need
for -oit'lhiti % m')iil 'ti"




GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.



Full line of Palmer


Hammocks just


re-


cuived-$1, $1.50,

$2.50, $4, $5, $6.



General 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

(li-'la of I)aper &S


CONTESTANTS YESTERDAY.

Western Section Is Proving the Most
Aggressive. But the East Is
Coming Fast.


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m -t I hat tothe coitite re lcinc i..an,


talkiIK ftll. 1tn% t muclh itltre.ta I- t lie'
cit! a aind tieiae *#tra large 'e ole'. art.
henlngl floeileel Thoere are- tbre'e' e'tra
laI I-e g c nevrliis iii the- race'. the' u I-
olit is ConiRpanr). the Standtard Frtilize r
Ifilan% and i raefiord & I in %Iis.
:tri r':t Ifromfni the'-t- ilae.'- amount
le1 a nice sunm.them. co'i.n- h.'ice col.
'e'rns thMere arv still other large ones.
Iut Ohl t-ot.. that %Ill cocm fronm
the-ni 1- 4onit-thlng that would be well
fter the- candldate% to note.
polleitig is the result of the count

Gainesville-Central Section.


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NSll I'.ta.......
Ihssie C('ar r........
Marguerite Le'dle-tte.r
Estelle. Iteal ........


(;trtrude Hlarrod .
Helehn Ioulder
Kate Dlaughtre.'
..lice' Stihafe.r
Nora Stall ...
Mary FeIrnatidez ...
%M ra Sweariniig.n
Ilan13 he Thonllpso
Aura MI. l.ewim
Manmie ('rnlich
1^-iia Colrlioiugh
(race Ilillard...... ...
Falltlie' Whitlig .
N W. Tailor..r.......
4(rae,. <4;1)e-r .. .
Mal.-l \] W illialli-
Mildred .McArthtm





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~ .e,!~ li li Katie' Akin. Arredondle
M I 'val'eiit'i Meieee.Ai'liacha
Nliw il- (rtrude (;uinn. I langi.'
* I M~isnM I. i%- a Ilr'ali. ta He'llM-11
~~e5I %Ii-S Ni ale'l ('atl) A l.whim1
AleeecNIis!..NI N S'a mwhe'z.N%'4-vleerr%
M*.~ NI ss Maleel Itiritett. 11.lWros-
l ,e ims"Lizzie' Smith, Ne.- ix-rrv.

ii.~M I s!4MInnile' Steirk. Al. chiv,
W ;- rs. .1. F. 1Parke'r, IaCrcosti'
7 -A l I- ;,. ii (Clark. A lmohi ti

Eminent Authorities Say
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thv Anwri#,) III T11:11 -1 I!: all il ?I
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S At the Ne.-. Biord Toi'ght.

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S 4i edition of Mtillar Itrothe'r.' noe'lty.
~**: Viois of art are- introduced. the
2*f Eurolpeanl contintltit iep depleted and
2'2 attracti'c slie-ctacular 'effects. are gilv
1"5 en. Taken as a whole this attraction
1I-' is really worth while. The scale of
11i pricess.. 1. and 2.'r c.nti. and remsr e'd
11 1 seats 3. cents, allows everyone to at


tend. The seats are now ol salo at
Miller & Vidal's. The Millar Brothrs
attract ion not a moving pietre
show. but a novelty, and It as ever
been witnessed here.

As advertistatg rud the Mt Ma
tor e*ertlhing eke why W t t r er
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WILLIAM MILLER
Noted Eccentric Comedian Who Will Appear at t'ie New Baird Theatre
Tonight.



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We are prepared to handle yer lad tite ImeSn S ith
despaitch. ad we parantee satisfactis. We aimar
a csplete TaI-Payi n Agemcy, which yg shem u M tpiy
so lk after yw taxes : : : : : :: :


The Alachua County Abstract Company
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Creatures of Habit

Many a woman is today using lard lbcause she has done so year after year
and her mother u.scd it before her. If she only knew that in 'Cottlent she would
find a shortening pure and without the taint of hog fat, a shortening more digest-
ible and healthful than l.rd, a product more economical and satisfactory than lard
in every way, wouldn't she be a bit stubborn if she didn't try ?
When American spelling is revised, L-A-R-I) will be spelled I-N-D-I-G-E-S
T-I-O-N, not for a saving of time, but, rather of stomachs.
Cotolelcn is not a substitute for lard, but a pure vegetable product that is far
superior to it.


COTTOLENE Is uaranteed Yr is he eby au-
tborized to refund yeor
money in cam you are not pleawel. after hanlug given Cottaler a fair test.

Nevr Sold In Bulk Co re i' packd in pils.with an air-
t-ht top to keep it cleanfresh and whole-
some, awl prevent it from catching dust and alborbing disagreeable odor.
such as fh, doil, etc.
C4Ik lk PFree For a 2c stamp to pmy p, we will mail
Syou our new "PURE FOOD COOK X)K"
edited and compiled by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, the famous Fod Expert, and
oataining nearly ~oo valuable recipes.

Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago


"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"


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wAA6tiC ttLEGISLATl'N.


CUqRRNI COMMENT.


: mu m .I i g*: -l1,41111 a'4, ?fit .1t if ,

le L @CMA3Y IN~ %rsashpwoboe i:d iajri'to-rjri- .- ali a'!'0
trlit I.. -
K. u MWrr 5 564. Ctf*PI1A4 MG 'The' int I.e ti-htir..re.' .vN Th

Office In Haymansts i (. k. ;. i lax%

hDiui. ----rm~rolya- ctin, .m! -1 11 1 -w;~ I I..J, T;11

00 Mea. daitvwed by rvier is th city. or tv tothink 04 l'i-.1 ..it
gibol omy Port t an rutted Smatimpdw "rOfit -t 1-v 1It i. ;11,:t h-r,- ~a't ieo 41@
24 0 O 11: fteree r. SS.atb.. f 3: It 2thm 'ire Io r.athat o Into tho r c !pr .4 to
Qm or go es Ow f ee h.-4rtfloy Is

od the- jslv T- & ifaIt- t a
WIM asd in to column located a Ha t I Tlt I If, a loll I I Ifs-.n A o r -1
tv 1, al s rwis illsift% 14'r .


m, oreptey sIweItem made ows om

The TwMm*-W a sn Is eam etit pag forty
m- ppe. PuMltibd vey Mouday aod
"'hD an. 4d 01l60 all thek sw of the
.11, t1a t. m*e a4nd 0eaI. Mad wit be
M sai.awe- e.toay pert o the rited
NtOeWrCasOa,,fer ae samr-ta advance.
IBI .0 i tl s efb mem doe after irm
pmmsmat m dem1 omest. Masterwise
he rda e i s. lotles mt Ihow to ms
Om b isequir to prfw dvrtEm Ing toad
mme. AdmN TUE DAILY C1X.
IFla.

Theme i muay a free trader who
rftee to lt ist rlght hand kaow
what hs left hbad is doing In tartff


iNSs to w .ork" a palatiag by
MWOlt, ha m Jt oM sor 9.,. It
wm be w rth a uod dM l to et
a pNo- We m ne goin to work.

W oa w alter ort tles Uoo do
log odM t ho oe- e s O npalnprov-
ad the loss I as m e-- ars as theirs.
mod pprmbaMl mre a he the majority
of eae.

Late reports fro mug lalig head-
quarters Idicate that a little more
activity upon the part of New York
customs offlelo would materially
redue the doeIt.

"V'cle Joe" Can.o has apparently
eome to the coeclusion that it is poe-
sible to fool a majority of the people
of this country all the time. How
different he Is from incoln.


ni..,> 4If II* latter I ;ir t' i: I h
ptill.tt- inli lo ltl du l- in lori n... .1t. .
' -!:'l-. tir:< 'iK, at thei out- il. r. % ,
nia. inj r' ittr ,I, hon ,. I|0>-,11,
C'arte should t a e\,rri-e(i' ;ll,mi thi
!-" .0 a,. at lo at not tU) hurt the.
homni capital.
"Thel the matter of f liiIK lprop.r
rates for electric lines There' Is now
in contemplation thle using of the' Su-
wannee Shoals in Columbia county
for furnishing light and power to a
large section of country. If the pro-
moters carry out to completion the
scheme they have In %lew. railroad
rates and lighting charges for a
radius of 150 miles around Lake City
will be cheaper than anywhere else
in the country. Its effect will be to
produce the charges of a number of
corporatloa by competition. This
company. recently Incorporated under
Florida laws, is now havlng investgalp
tio made by capitalists, and if legis-
laotk too severe Is had. It may post-
pone and make more difficult the sale
of the bonds for the enterprise
"We do not believe that it is the
desire of the members of either house
to pass any legislation that will In-
terfere with the bringing in of new
capital for Investment. The Morning
News has been permitted to se-e let-
ter from all over the country asking
about Investments in Florida. We
believe that the State In on the' -ve
of the greatest lprolerity in Its hi.-
tory. In view of this. t,.. i i ..ould
seem to be the Iart of wisl.domn to go
slow."


There's evidently money in the SENATOR HUDSON'S BILL.
newspaper bunfaess on the East -
Coast. Listed to this from The MI- Senat'e ilIl No. .2'.. iIntrI,.lI(.-e I,
ami MetropetMs: "The Metropolls in S eator F. .M. Hudson of Ihall ( ount t.
the only newspaper In the South. we is similar to a lasw which has' I. ,11
dare say. that enjoys the distinction in rationln in California faor imh.at>
of employing a linotype operator who years. and It Is said that the ,O ut, .-.
travels to and from buslnes In his ilf tht SLState I ru Irtr gro;rMll, .i i
own automobile." Its a large mnteuatre- to ite t. 1 tlifi
-.tu s l ; la w Ja ltar nl%,
Farmer m betow. Itnlutl'e uilnl their ThI'l ris,.aurelrI' i- .itit, lt At l
cattle. horae and dou bu)t u-ually t) 1 re 't at i l,'tin lh.. t lit
the farnt itself ins atml Ie.m oar. if It gr wt, .ttt t a l i ttil .l ni *
pon-se'-.' one. It is llk.%ll taie ki m. t h *sttop' ,f I'l"l' ; :
or to(e that coIe' l o, rI ..ll i l ..tlllllt i ino' Idap l, I- i I I '
y all ui eaia let tI .artm a it.\. a t t**l :; ** I I *
nailla. that ill gi\'. It it i, itili ltV, r "' I' !* k .' tI I I
lallp al to s oi titltil at al r,-t. r I a1 ol, ,r .> ,i '.
g tlllnate pride' iIi the, f.rn hat I- 1 t ,'h' t .. a I :. '
nm -t I indeed Ibe a pIe .r f.arm for s hich. iil'" It 1- ,i titna ,I V ,. ,
out of lhe- r 'ali of hita at 'i.it :t .. I l1 a
tiot nt natural f'.t ire., is* :1 tl *. I .
sonIe' alpprotl ri."e I.n ... :, i f, It .' : 1 I' '., -
be found Faur 11tt11.a tlh.ia roo t t '.i. .' 1 I I''
p 'eople. ll r .ll l ;h i I lit ll li l t i ,.. '
brings inctre.a eld af, i'ain f tr i 1 'I.::..' ,-.
faruil ho)illae aii ( I'r -;. atll ilg t;I .' It.. 1 I '


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4 a- i, i, Ir'l i th io -ii- t %r\

for .1 I. tliitn t nation, Af ri S ;'. riln,. .i .1 sit i h ihi i r,'- it .1
l ,Ii,: l I .r. I. h li thi.' :r.tedtltil

I 1-*i .* lti tl*,',t eat tl elte I, the' n
gri't te 'I :ir w hi It Ib. oril it.I;ll'
Et ;4 **
Thf ll.irtfa rl Tini .< 41inlm a -.ats
M r Ifr> .t! i t at KI it-.1a- I 'i I
s l', llt I t' w Iill i, ,t i l It I 'ee**'*-
-.art t '.,l 'r TI,** a a lr,. .'-il nl al
n, itll'.at. :t, i rIe- t C al illt itlI. biut
!', I'tsa t I. I- It, .l I that h' hlI- neo
ilil ti it inl (of r-.tir:;, ftrnli |a >li i<--
[li I In .a, iti r- l* I <'t- llke. amt -
(I Illhaiti. ha v dra ho tila -to t-ed
rietinl. itiil tit e r r,.;ire-d from n i li
tite hiat he- is unlike lhimi in hiatine
,Alread% be'en ni;nnlinated three times
for Prf ena muh (mer his original vote to war
rant the *exiw- station that he will hb
drafte-d lfor -ervlre' in the next ram-
palign if he really prefers to stay
out.

We< heard an Ocala lady say that
as much as she would like to see
monuments erected she hopes that the
Legislature will refrain from making
any appropriations looking to this
end if the pension of the Confeder-
ate soldier is to be cut off.-Ocala
Banner.

Nevada. In refusing to succeed
South Dakota as the divorce mecca.
hits trial marriage a cruel blow.

Wise European powers will proceed
to secrete their railroads during Mr.
Harrin*an's % \it.


A Baby Show in Gainesville
Would have many contestants; but
I:'. safe to say that the healthiest ba-
by would win the prize. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
wornm, and most babies do unless
they are klet free from them with
White s ( ream VertnifugRe. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-is its own purga-
ive Mu'oh r-. don't attempt to raise
'*h hre-n w without White's Cream
Vermnifuge. l'rice 25 c.ents. Sold by
W1 lolIn-on.


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JUDGE MASON WILL NATURE TELLS YOU

STOP WIFE-BEATING .....-....,,..,, o,
SM A Many Ga i Rwo Wesi ll. Radr Know
-I Two Well.


JOE BAKER GIVEN FOUR MONTHS
FOR VICIOUS PRACTICE.

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I n ilI 4of gilit%
it .i ,ie t -t ntic tho, iu :.i, .Intlir, M% a
ii rI' lii.i k, I t hat it would ntle -t',ai or
to 0t,'il thiI- ,'r.ct-iie, it-amoi nt the ('oil
croed I'**'I',l' alnd gal\,. el thI an four
mlonthsh in th.e galng ai l .i f li' of $."*.
in de-fault or ia\nl nt of t which he'
Sill hav,. to ldot time) for with iawllI,-
A- Co.
.Nurrot %loi i tiilaI tit, halitv l-',n
niadl to .liludlge Masio alol ;l thsl line'.
hut hoe has re.fraiined from tak;Ikig art-
i\ e stelsi in thhe niatto'r. as th I1hel-roi
Ipollation in go'tn.ra;l will mike coni-
Ilaints andi then try toco (c a matter after it ha eI -' n iut intoll
th.- courtsr Howo t. r. all future cenl
plaiints w4 ill hl. in\ t..tiiitel and th*
prropl r ('or-iit' plur-tiiel
Anoih* r .as# to) lhe he:ird was that
oif 'ril;o\ Willi : ils. ho weas chargizel
w ith th,' ill tr a.;tll lio t W i' his Iitll-.


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I i'i ro :if (I%- ffecto-d a emoilot. cur.
1 1 it o- t4k-I te anid( tlt, Ihe' ii~ett -i i- 4 d i s-
t I to,-airo A and m y kidneit-.%. lot ca m t
ii r t i i a1.
Fopr sale by all dealers. Price' 5o-
co-tltI-. Fostcer-.Milblrn Co. New York.
~uit ac.nlt- for the United States.
lttnttmix'r the name oausI and
take no other.

MICANOPY NOTES.

MICANO'Y, Alpril -i
(ill awd 116If. of hOf lt a1more olisited Mr
C. E Meitoi for a f-% days last

Sisi' ~Susie Silmpon of Galno's ilb'
-m.-ut a few da' Asith her bro,:hcr.
ti. 11 Sivuistoin. vof this i. llac.'recvntl h
Dsr. M. M Kd in Schliater shipi'u hii,
tIrst IticnIbiierte Saiurda% He ill
ship quit a lot this% %c#-k.
Mrs. F. A. lootzhatij-ei iand htir
dlaitchter. 1Ilie If-leln. l-ft fI'r '.%


Si\ ;i r ilc S41 1 vii i osetioe t:u- 't' irk Yrida.% From tho tt' Nlr- Ie e11i
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Thrilling Experoence of Melrose Po-
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for the Iulliic wliln od lciiough to

lisd C. McRae and .Miss th ullin
hal e returned fromn .Jackison\ Illt.
whilerr th'ey attended the nmi'tlnl of
the Randnd Chapter. (). :. Star. The)
r t a ort a most holitablle rTceptlon
aind lrofitabhle xliterienrc in the work-
it. of thl order.
F M. Yearwood and a MSr. Perkins
had quite an exciting and unpleasant
*lwtrlence on Ilake Santa FIe on last
Saturday afternoon. Th,) weret Iso-
illg arros In a sallboat when a squall
thl'lid the boat over. Ioth of thtem
lheld on to the kei-l of thhe boat and
finally. aft,r over four hour In th,
water. theyv drifted ashore near Earle.
ton. near dead and ninrmb from the
(,od water. Mr P'rkins lost $.2';
%hlllel in Ihe lake. Two of tlh, motor
launch worce out. but dild not s -
thl .- hiIwr,
Will Put on Motor Cars.
Th. S'.t.,;rd l hai- la.il off ,v,.r
iillr I" .,r lil fr, nlllllo Itt .,. n I W aldo
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kobhw OW Cuvats hI rum by caupabi
TubIsi~ Mu IbugIhr FM
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lutiding PF'nts. Ihating and ihplikatiug, Bbm-priate, Sktcbew,
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The Sun and Merchants' Co-Operative Contest



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V OFFICIALS DINY NIW
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C. L. and A. L. Reply
INw Traine Wolld Not
Pro Pve Prtabic

y t. F Ilampton of the
lie lkard of Tradeb has re-
len from the requests re-
to the two railroads rel-
a change in the service wblch
ly benefit Gainesvllle If
operatic
.opr which was asked to
the "sbort" which mow runs
aMo to thi city. to Iroomon.
So Ite grouida that It
an a nproltable and un
for the eompaay. LShold
i be iMagurated Many par-
la t his sectk could and
R Oat usvle a reat dal
us they eoM ome I
or aftoernoom ad do their
Sad mot be compelled to re-
the whole day whoe a few
sIdlee for their waats.
Oat LiUe wasu ked
the CiCtra traa ad ra It
ry. comecttl with the aew
tat will be taInangrated o
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rip daily frM Perry to
Swemtera pwat of the eouv
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THE DAILY 8N: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. APRIL 30. 1909



,;T IN I AN ESCAPED O)NVICT AM*M 0 00 0

WITH IS LuATED N JA THE WHITEFLY IN APRIL


DAVIS A OUVER (IM' -. April .s -Will .. -- -
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,.nr- ..,awl who, .-,.; .#1 I front, th. ---In ih .\A rit'lllti l 1|.ril, 'nt t i-III

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ot 1 i1tii .11 I' 1 i l .1 it .Ill ('t ,. Introducing Fungus Early.
A .1 Ilriant e r I th, c, A I. l- TH s. ; I -t I,, pirtu itn it 1 I. I t -
M M TI 'm" ( I a., \,,.\ ,h I I -,t r l I. ,i ,. i .-, I, ,I,- ,! ;tI I, 1 I .. r
rvit i ,.it r .lln la I in tl... l,.r) lil:,. Th ,1 :t p ;fl r th ; l l:lt i ,t. '.- o, t il
Bl -tte r tr on i ar, >.-t l,- t l l"r :- n i I I ; ,, t ,1 l I*.i ti ton a o h- ,, o 1 t- 1 r. s
im t co pl te a ,,l Ulp -to,. hlt ta l.. > to r at .1 h o u ,l h, l .' ill i sit1 1..lt o : 1 1 i '.,' 1 .i, *1 t \ 1 ''
i tlt .t l, ih tni|li< ;na. in I th .- "l h ii i .1 1 i it I *n i
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Davis O liver t'it,.-r. of ?h .ii,,,, '-
The- lade ('it\ ;;ithoriti.- ar.I h,..ll itieur.r "i* "'' i,- ol r *an o app' ir I' t I ot llie i ir r, I '. -
.......- Ing Ko ilnsti. on (i :I lo'tv vlle. It always requiring two da.\ 1 t -> wh -n r,-l.-. .n d hiv the.mi h- miII hl. Arr all)4.r i-iit r. in l rno t ar -I.l lli'- fcl I uo -"h. l .l iu;t, t ..
go and come, and notwithstandig te tak-n back ti l Rwl (nilanv For Cmince t luch fi the prlrIlt' -ullllrllll. r iof f iitiLi- itti lItI :
fact that this was explained to the finish ou ll rn c ininri.onni,-t i hadl% e-atbhred or iwe-.I. off dloritig h. i:t.r a:.1 1.r li\.I ,r i.,,
railway officials, the request was re- __f__gus cl\..-lolo. duriniK that tlnr!e it linl;\ I .iiitnult it, .' l.r- ', .' .
fused. oa the grounds that It woylid r.A kadil l or mnith
    not pay the expenses of operation. ;In l. groves n hic m h. I .li:'il 1 h.IhL :. \
    Is a man who can't see wliod In an) ,effort shouldd w niadl- to s.-lreaild it aI.. in re,,- nol hal.ti., ;I. t i Ln. .* .11
    OPICIAL DIRECTORY. rperont or thing. It's a habllt caused While the natural age.ittic ill oI douilt grad'u:l- li---, 1,a. tt .1- I it
    by a disordered ll' r. If you find that ii OI t cell h t.'. the.,. ..es hould no, t It a i.,, d., I. ,,ip'. 'l li,,lIu ;,,r i If. C. :
    m Ole : yrou are bennln to see thingK ,.a.sy nmattter to spr-ead th. funllgit ar tifciall t hi, thu-. .id the. iiaturiil :ar-'
    Sthlrough blue sectacles. treat your llv (..S If t .all g. ftIliMO- t.,; itl it h:t. th. I hole. n>It ti. r i-
    oveoror-A. W. OGL crist. Talla or to a good clean cut process with ihh i t grow and ilre.ad. ad will al-, Iftrnt.h .,.d-fl for u, l-r
    e ***. Ballard's l H rbhie. A sure cure for in th,' ,'asn \ t..h ,,ohl tit ,'att,, i .,r l lim it 1 ti. -it-,l.. 'ti
    e etar of o t. Clay w constipation. dyspeplia. Indigestion tilti'h, h-.n -oint lara;,e ar,.. t;. ini l'r', lt. i-t ,iliriti .III,. .,1,l. or A.llt i-t.
    1rd TIkllahs billousness. all liver, stomach and
    Coptroller-A. C. Croom. Talla. bowel troubles. Sold by W. .1 John t
    hu e. so*nior rapid will lth. d- .tri '-tin of f hti, .
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    Aftameyaemell--Pmk IL Trm
    *.9 TaIhkmm
    Clssismsr of Agklultrw-B. IL


    McLUa Tallahaee


    Supt of Public lastructIlo-Wm. M
    lHoMoway Tallahassee.
    PrIedent of the Senate-F. M. Hud-
    oo,. Miami.

    Caoaty OC rs:
    Clerk and Auditor-8. H. Wletes
    GalaiUlle.
    8upt. Public atrPctoan-Dr. J. L
    Kelley. Galneuvlle.
    Leifll P. G. Ramuey, Gainesville.
    County Judge-H. G. Manou. Gailncli
    ilUe.
    Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson, Gaines.
    yulle.
    Tax Collectr-W. 0. Dickinso,
    Gainesvllle.
    Tresurer-J. D. Mathe"aI. Gala-s.
    tllle.
    Supervisor RegistraUoa-J. C. Mc
    Grew. GauieMsvlle.
    County CoimlmiblunDers John G
    lanamler. Chairman. Hagu.-: J F
    Toautwud. Campville; J. W M.a).
    Archer; (Chas. W'. 8uliunra.. Trculoun.
    O. P. Cannon, (Gainevllll.
    Members School Iloard H. IH.
    Weeks Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
    Moody, LaCrosse; G. W. Miller.
    t're-i i ll
    State Senator-H.H. McCreary.
    4iains< lilt'-
    M.Ieii,-tr lHouse -S)d L Carter.
    ;aiin.. ;ill.; T A Itke, Santa Ft e.

    Ci:y Ofttcers:
    Mat r -!Iirato, l a\i-.
    Mar hlitl It *T Aiii
    Tax A .-'r I' I< ('l.0 ii
    Ta C'ol-< tr -T 1 illi.-. Srl
    Cltrk .atii 'I'ra-i.-ir ; J M a1 \ u 1-11l
    it'l ty 0l'<> 6, ^' I S 'l.rroiin
    Ikauird of Alhlci iil i -T \W S liaiil-
    Pre-,id.- l I- co K Itri.rliie. 1 .1 Itur
    nett. E. E ('ainvi i li S (ra,- S
    SM. ixron, A I Vidal
    roard of Puble iWorks--1 E Tay-
    or (Chairman. W W Hlanilptln becre
    ,ary: )i. P Dutton, E J. lalrd, J II
    ' s..l

    One-Quarter of a Pound a W'.i
    At I."-. t i w hat a OuigK Itial.... -aKgKht
    (o Kuilli inI wi ltht. IkwN \,our-" It
    1not ther .- i.tilliliigK wr iiK a th it-

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    Including Herelf.
    Arthur Aiskcr-I-low did ymI lIke
    Elurcpe? Hertha Blinthare--Not very
    well. Why. actually every place we
    vtisted was uovrrun with foreiguers.-
    Chicago News.

    Foley's Hot.ey and Tar is a safe-
    guard alain t serious results from
    spring colds. which Inflame the lungr
    and develop into pneumonia. Avoid
    counterfeits by insisting upon having
    the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
    which contains no harmful drugs. J
    W. McCollum & 'Co

    HIL.L IT yi llrT TIV rI.t. :l'n
    In thIh ('iicu 4l our' Elihtb Judl.ii.l I ircult
    Alac'hual "Uni I .,rkl.- in 'hancerI -
    .ula M. ( bhi-ut v.. Tir IJ. woirt'i Truse
    ('fnm.uiv. a (*'-,ioratlon t'ner there I.*w
    o( lthia ,tC late ,,f I, 0 a its"aif Pl l'alie
    # f BI1siSteK at ar.d n the ('Iv of lo ,n
    a'lis Iin the S'.atie f fwi Iw;a )irer u' I'jo
    Itl tiloo. Hit; to i1 a t 1 it'c -Etc.
    It allearttl It l afHdalit amlet :r Io t the
    h'"i niled In tbr .'*****.e Int,'. **' that The
    I1l.c rthb Trustl c ,,i'i uan a .'r or, ir, i n in
    der 'lie laW- )' i ti'tt.l'ta ,f Ioe .. i.if ,;.
    fend tntl tEvrril nani 1d I 4 n4on-re|.lint oi'
    lhe State I 'conds. .l I t;at re'-tl-..,',
    and iplaceI f t hul ee'- i. I low. 'FaIll. in tihe
    etawe of I.lw it. adl that thi-r* r is i, I Itrun It
    thel Sate ofl '.koilaluai slhr.ll It.r t0'ril.e
    of a lurloewr nu '. ull twi n..,1 it is ttil'rCtfre'
    *,>rlee l that nk #iflorc'-..ci,4 i( It'!'n<'liunt *It
    end It II h tn t\ rrt It r,' l **I : 1- I to I ., I. '"
    <,' I'eoiii .* ln. tli-.l in .*l d I 4 r.ii o" oii r it -fur l"
    M-.writ i.t Me, rl ral %of li% \ li t Ii .. oti, r-
    wiel e the aitllr .iionfls 4f i 1 .... a. Ie t.aken
    . I fe ( . It it .. hitter iti f.r6.i t.alat i- -r,'ter ht ii.
    :A l(l | "i'i'6 ,1 "r '.it f a i < %t \
    it *< t ifr. I .iii-, 4..# in .i 1 ,i ,f t aie r
    . .'*.o 'l* i u1, si l %,l ti* % Ia .1 +itatl "
    Th:-. 4, r'li 'l't ltv-
    S It. w IIENIk,>. t '.,r.h I re ,it i 'u'r,.
    It.' %1 I .\ II.
    AI t* it- I'l' i a t l < rai 'ourt
    I 1, *6*6 !1 \ t6 |i 1
    H 0 \' '.', ,x .\ *I1% 1' I 0 i t
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    Spraying.
    It ..oni tiii.i'. ha pil i-hi- that tl funl i c :Itnit i il ;i a l:.i oit t'.i t '**
    grt'o ne '.d-l- iiunr.diate- re.lic.f in ~-s : c;i '-- it i- t: ;..I t, r'-do t'
    nunilt r r of whititil' It p-rna inlg wfithli lnit:it( iln i Wili \ 1l.il 1i I'.-
    ?r ii- Trall% tI ., ri (. u iicornmile'l l that .-i r;it iii: tl t t i I. 1'% ilit c 't i *
    m.ectic-ide.- sh-tiuld Ie. I'ractice-d inii inti r. ocle r\ililtc ,i- iiade' iillpoiL tr,.',
    slpraly.d in iNo' nl-iitr while, miont lof thO ri Ir., w.-re- .till iniiiattiitr.-i n, .it..
    that It may be inml--ileI tio do ,cr 'ffc the larvae are .%ounig It -ould ;r ap- lar. th<'re tIr. th!.t lhi- tuins r <'iri:iii,:;i l'
    for ittroducinig flUin~t u h.1 thil lz. lr- ,' ra-i i l-,h rw Thi.l ,ioulat lik.'w ie li,. ;i
    glood tinme to spray with contact inl-l tihcid-. A -1..ii..- I:\nlr", 'f -';*i
    cicnt dilution to insture, its Il tiii g h;irimle-.s to, \' :. t-Il,.iIr lolia-'- ii'. I'i 1I .
    e'ffectielv in dt-stroylin ihe,.-e itndeilhr lar\.n ,. \li .r t>' .- i ii a -tr.i. : *;t
    lnigk it Itw le s e'ff-ective' in ainitir. or it at i% l:ii' ltu i tI. I.iLi-LlK: ;ial w..11
    niatured. It is. therefore. suggeo-I4 d that w h-nie-r it is fu,.ild diff0 ,.,t ci
    inillHosa illil to obtain funigius with which t'i intiif. ll ti' -iri.,: Io.'i,, of
    whitefly larvae, the trees Ihould tI, -Ira.(ed wiih -otti, (iilint"t.i iI;-~-; .if
    This should roduc- the nunit.r.- of thI a whit.ift aidiA alih .l t! i- t Ii I. r\T.
    Ilat.r in the tseasiou, Awhen the ou, ngll larlirae ari :aga:ii ahtimlat t. th. ?F t -
    aiiI. (. sporay l e d Ia 4-icolid oir .a third t11i i r Ilit.'1-n 11. :' I'. :It: OI,'i' i
    1 i"'l, i > l UK, :-t oill i I l lliti l i ill, -r -r % i i: A ith in (" i .li "it i :,' ', i,. I
    for lM e hiM efii t of tho wh- ili: m .- ri,':, I, ,\i>,i ih hi w 1i i r.r, ni.i: L -!,,
    tryi K C lothe'r nita'.ii'-sr lit. -lr:t' ini:. ,ft i f4 'i -* t: ,1r I ii:! -i'.t .llk Il, flit
    \Vhale' oil .-ot i. A a itr i\ iiii iiiixtur w ill r i i lh I* ;i- i :.
    to i l, tli .u di.-La. .- of :al,- 'iAi whit$ ll\


    Chinaberry and Umbrella Trees.
    !f all Chinl;la b'rt. a id un lthr l.i t i1-- i a ;. ( itriit-.'- i, i
    lia l l, olt H t lIe-. i e ir;t .il-d l. tli- i -li, .' I i .1 I I,, !,,I.l
    lf -it .-i >I li t i,, t l ,. -- i-h l ii .< il -li .. i i ,i ,, ,i
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    rich maik ald lakt-d in the
    'li prit f:.-hi n, i' kc' our
    Kgood. the rlu.-t ldehl ious It is
    po--lble to pruduc(e.

    KEYSTONE BAKERY


    Phone 165.


    R. T. Schafer. Prop.


    T. F. TMOMAS


    IJutUTAKING CO.


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    TALKS


    The Long Distance System

    One of the most valuable features operating in various sections of the


    of our service. to our subscribers and
    to the public generally, is our connect
    tion with the extensive long distance
    lines of the A nerican Telephone and
    Telegraph Coinpany and the other as
    sociated Bell Telephone companies.
    We o^n ttousar.(.' of miles of long
    distance lines in the seven States in
    i li.i) %c c( rte a d in aCddlt., n can
    S-onnect .any tc cphrle in cur ./b!t
    t ; re cxteC o ng to ,t ry ,t r c '
    n which a Bell Tc'ephore sltem is
    operate -
    Thet Ie icn 3 d i.A are ct t r
    'mo t 'r dcr n .Itr'rd i ,orn,el '
    on o e'( 'f ,n'. f' .it '
    stjte of e11 c' ) Tnec Bc ;S


    country, are uniform in their equip
    ment and in their methods of oper-
    iting.
    Only by reason of this close traffic
    arrangement between the Bell Tele
    phone companies as it possible to go tc
    a Bell Tele-hone almost anj Ahere.
    ask for "Long Dilatnce" and be put in
    cor" unli aton with a:mot any point
    r. t -c
    Ta neCA ret of waires. rad at
    rg tnro.jncut t-e nit o i rs used
    dJ f n cc'" erce ri~, f.r social purt


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    THE DAILY SUN: GAJNE."KIVILI. Fi-ORII)r. APRIL 30. 19411


    THE GRACEFUL ANT
    14 Seem. Seen of Light a"
    In the Lap of the W-
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    iana than tobeu the antelnpe
    the plain with If"
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    THE NUMBER SEVEN.
    It Rarely Occurs In the Science of
    Weoihts and Measu-es.
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    1 Bell Ph..n 5. Alm Long Distanas.

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    0J1ca o esJ Uaaaeoville Natlomw S&
    t 1w dbome 2r.


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    1110 to thIe
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    r I(x)r~nXnWPW" 280. GaineswIMi. M
    be uilrage ---- _
    t le uwrct : LWB. BAKER,
    void thrit ATTORNE--AT-LAw,
    I" are "ft. w)I* CIT)R IN CHAIEOIRY.
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    414 ( of tOPe tAINE$SVILJE. Aibus On., IJ
    In a flim Close in Halwas BIlan.
    :ifce and
    I air orver ERDINAND SAYER,
    ATTORNEY AT LAW,
    iAIEuaVILL3. 06 Fliom
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    srushim and aumI7 ludf. ew bin
    $lies of what Ion o~o cor"ae. $lift
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    T7ORNEY AT LAW
    Amd Solisitor ina qwsi
    Rot Estate, convoyarobillp qe%#4 @SOO.
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    Each Section Gets a Pri

    Contest to Close August 18, 1909

    Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business
    have joined in tlhe combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos a
    Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections.
    progressive filnn will give One Vote for eacl penny spent with them.
    In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect
    to will be given each of those tieing.


    The Gainesville Section
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    awarded a H\ANI)S0ME DIIAMOND


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    V-1, .1 1 of hVI ill- 11 ,000 votes


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    I BY SUN REPORTERSI

    Happened and What Is 0o-
    to Happen-Perslnal and
    SI*ala Items of tsw City.

    CI nc ert t.mlnliht t tI.lld '%t-a.
    writelr'l to rel. W I. IL- ham
    your vottc int the c-ceorratl .
    lee wanted for the' lahs thow
    row.
    at Quartet." New Iaird. Mow-
    ihit.
    . Walker of IklDrellon was in
    y yesterday.
    iter Vaudeville at New Raird
    re Monday anligt.
    Sor I doses will cure any
    it ChMl asd fver. Price 25c.
    F. Swar4taie. the mill man of
    slb, was La the city yesterday.
    , Bols sad Peacoek. in new
    iU states. New Balrd. Monday

    I McLehd of Keadrick arrived
    ety yesterday oe a visit to his


    nd Mts. N. A. Callison of
    SParklFa Pr wre sbopptag i

    SABe Is the beat comedian
    evr "bit" Oa8ioevlle. New
    SMooday might
    Wilkersomao Waldo ad R. R.
    So( Re were among the via-
    to tew city yesterday.
    a Chill Tk is r uaranteed to
    dcila. fever, olds sad l llppe.
    S e. oloMd W. M. Joavm.
    for the prettiet baby at the
    "aturday eveualg and there-
    a worthy caue--te Pub-
    brary.
    Plakosoo special agent of
    dtic Coast iUe. left yter-
    r Weirdale. where he was
    on busieess.
    M. R Ias returned yesterday
    home at Evinston after a short
    her with the family of her son.
    Sas. on Mapoale street.
    pty Sherifft ruton has returned
    the count) at large. where bh
    suiumnoWng the jury for thei
    1 term of court, which convenes
    |ext week.
    SL. LW Chate. Mrs C W. Chase
    Mrs. Prindle have returned from
    ort vicit to lackonillie and At-
    c Beach. where they) i'nint a fewf
    very pleasantltl
    a. John V (',\ ,,' L.k lawd. ~ a
    been In t(a i il1t fr th, Ina t s< -
    days i itiill h r father. IF l
    ICri oI. re-turlind t( her hnome' ->


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    El aId ht 'a I .A It trA. N,.
    r tt4'th V%111,1 1 d And ,PrjA
    drec ,etd dou. i. a:Ag ig r Ia L
    of and da'.Ia' v : d rnoIair e rat-1.
    '. M1aguoll;e ,lPhoue


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    i Prof I F: \\W ltIlid 1i- oir1. -
    left **.i*t.rda l for \ it h a.t.I.
    S' ring-. ha ing I,> n ael llel th r, t,
    fIirnii-h nu-ic( for the-' ilellilri dIaltat
    gilen last night at Hote*,l W'arrthitiltio
    I) R. Adnm. onre of the- farrn,r- of
    the Ha t(ht ('re-k -.wtion. was gr,.'ti
    ing his nunerou.uh friends in the, c(it
    yesterday HI' state's that tht. crolp.
    are lohokin, finch but they are ladli
    in need of rain
    R W I lHiadl,,n. a Irominentt lMason
    and busin,.-s nman of High Sjriiin-.
    was in the- city est-.rday. haing
    come do ln \Wednesday night to at-
    tend the dedication exerclis.s of the
    Mi- utic Ttempise
    A. V. Smith of Plant City returned


    See Ed Wellingtoa In an Irish moo to his home. %tet.1*rdav aft
    ologue. New Baird. Monday night. visit to Gaine.-~ille. He 1s
    C. W. Churchhill. one of the Go% citizen of Tr. nta,:i and has
    ernment clerks of Washington. is iI quaintan the city looking ulp smie Indian always p,.lease-d1 to .welcon:e
    land matter, Five-room cottage to ren
    The ladies f Gainesville and vicin- adjoining Square. formerly
    ity interested in cooking, watch for by W. L. Le;rande; city v
    the Sothorn Cotten Oil Co's. ad on tri lights. -; Awrage. bath
    pa 3, Sundy, May 2 modern conv-Teniences AP
    is Addle UoudeH. H. McCreary or Sun ol
    Mis Addle Goude wa among the,
    large number of lI-w'ngersa leaIing Bam IAeonar:1 of Taml'a
    here yesterday to slend the next fru their 'itora tu the c it% :e t
    days at Worthington Springs. Ing co ( e fr the luri .-'
    a short \ i it to, hi.- nimcorh
    F. W. Polk of Obceola. T. C. Holdeni
    -H 1-olnard l,. .-a\. th.
    of Hawthorn. Joe Ilrown of Wade and Leard the
    it1 on) a Iteoni ;tI l tl it-iil,',.-
    N. J. Riiers of Alachua. were amongIK
    the nwany liitorfe in the city Thurs Joe. E. Waugh of Mact
    !t. among the 1\1-Ltora t) lith-
    ilU nl .'r ,U (;<.inII'I. ill' frit,
    A handsome prize wil be gie*n for nu rou .ua l fri
    the best decorated carriage at the ladto nt ai d
    bab) show tomorrow afternoon. which lb ing '-i. hisch' i. aLI
    i. for the benefit of the Public UL that he i fairing wll it
    gia -'lt
    erA O tt cif '
    %lr F:' A Anilr,.%- ,,f Al
    District Attorney Fred Cubberly of 11 A A. .
    .'u.d.tr Ke- was among the %iMitors t, r I p.,r-.r ;i rr
    .h c.t. k- rda. He.. I the.- tor f-lt rie. ar l
    ... fer th. N north rn l istriet of a .
    t"' I a M ,id.* S r -t i for I
    A C (larlk f iLatk, it' Ir. Iiilrin t r .:
    of the i, Itiallli wiL o;' k at .l aIn i Irr ;taaI Ir- I I. 1.;
    % a- :tinio i thf e ..itar- ta !l'. r 1 I .
    a 1-1.'1a 13, h i%111 ((1: li' a, .a l- 4-I t.tit#ra,
    e ,,I 1< ,. d1 t \\ : ; t.,it ,
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    We Have Two Suites of Nics Offices For Rent in Our Building,
    Northwest Corner of the Sqare.


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    5 C lvarn irml-d-. to act a u- b~Iw%, t
    h-adi. di-tribute 3 a1441 tYet ti.% aI$
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    FOVNI-4;old Saaonic charm. ()An
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    bring fever geurm-tin ymur
    houtva. to keep tlhem m out
    with smreneii'.

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    on V. e',t Ma-ii St t air! i aulin [-cau
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    money refunded: .,'c pjr bottle.
    Sold by W. M. Johnson.


    EW MIRD THEATRE

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    I'SPECIA. ATT'r'.\ TI< .'1

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    FOR RENT.
    TO RKNT-.-root m cottage. cloa,- in.
    Inquire Telegraph office.
    FOR RENT Furni.Ah.'d room with ta
    tIa l x-e;rdl. ApI,.l MrI (e;,* ,.F R-e'ed
    Io* \\' ('Court .-tr,-t.
    FOR RENT-One ix-rooi and two
    thn'roomi cottag,'. in South (;ain.--
    S ille Appl. to ('Coffin Fac'tor. offi .'
    FOR RENT File room cottage on
    block next to square city water.
    electric lights, bath room and all
    modern conveniences. Apply at thil
    office
    PASTI'RF FOil RH:1T ha.%' g<,il
    7.' .u re, paiitur'. apl.ntt of a gr.a -.,
    ,hade and water. Ttern-. r%.t-,iiitbdl.
    for any nutllllnr of head of c( tt I
    it T. Arnoma.


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