Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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Related Item:
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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Proibition, Dsfranchisement ad Better loads to

be smes--Frris Speaker of lome.

TALLAHASSEEK. April : -Iuconi
ing trains Sunday and today brought
large crowds of people'. and nearly
every member of the' Legislature.
which convenes to-morrow. Is on hand
and ready for the fray The famous
old capital nestling in the classic r.ed
clay hills of Leon count% is already
preat'nting a most animated scene.
and It is conceded by all that the'
Wesionl of 104oe% will he mosIlt intellsely
interesting in the history of this proud
common Awealth.
Thie lohbbI it. ith his many
.-cherlin's. is on hand. and confident
:hat he will findl and there' a
mnntnier w honi he' can "'work to a
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small one, and good results are ex-
liected from the work to be done.
Prohibition Question.
The House is said to be unquestlon-
ably favorable to submitting the
liquor prolpiltion to the electors of
the State, while the Senate is rgeard-
ed as close. The absence of saloon
ni'ni is accepted as diplomatic on tihe
part of the "wets" and the manage
nient of the contest in behalf of the
anti.s" In to be left with able men
like Senator tucknian and others on
the' floor.
Many Important Measures.
At this seslsion will I-' lroughlt Iup
many important ni ,aplires lto thIl pIle-'t
pleh of Florida. anioing the' proelo e-'d
le-i-il'iti ln liing t hill- ] on the' que- .lini
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Ite.' ;alctri. < ,'iiiii. (-btln ien'1i4 c'lil' Ili Th1'
\atiiiu t -,>.- are- ha ing |lre'limi
liar.\ Ccnite-st. to deiternline who shall
r'|.lr'se',lt thenim ao slo|'ak'ers. and the,
anithorltle' lihave already ielect'cd the
slne'akers from outside the college.
Announcement baas already been
nade that the address to the gradu
ates will be made by I~r Jas. H. Dl-
lard. The Ieolule of the city will he
glad to snow that Ir. Albert H. Curry.
of Memphis. has accepted an Invita-
tion to pireach the baccalaureate ner-
mon. IDr Curry It too well-known 1u
need an Introduction to the Gainesr
%llle Ie olP'le. and his many friend
will be glad to have an ojoportunlt.
of hearing him Ire'ach again.
The' cadet battalion was Inspl.cted
Thursday arniorngn by Major l'n. I'
S. A. Major 1li'nn is especially do-
tailed ly the- War Ik'lpartnicnt to in
le'('ct schootMls having a military
cours.c. From Ga(;ln.'.-ille he we'lit to
('harleston to instlpe't the "('itadel."
The- ('chaIl-i ex'rci('l s on lFrida.
ni.eriiig were, iiiad' ,particularly iln
te'r .t iiaitt lal t rlir' 'e-etin' of the' Ite,
Mlr Martin anid of Mr and Mr'-
S w, re 4 athilu(t',l hl the lc.v. Mr Mar
ti. ;after uhich Mr aid Mr- Sholi
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WITH A $2,000,000 FIRE

Three dred Weaily Flies Were Ie km-

ea y teG treat Ch-I-nfr.

PORT WORTH. Tex.. April 5-To
a party of small boys and a careless-
ly thrown cigarette is generally cred-
ited the ire of Saturday, which de-
stroyed property in South Fort Worth
valued at $2.lN..O mO. caused the death
of one iHtwron. J. J. Newton. a bank
employee. the serious Injury of six
other. rendered 340) families home-
less and will cause the temporary
idleness of several hundred workmen
emlloyed in the manufacturing plants
and bIusineis'c house burned.
All of yesterday and last night the
burned district was under the guard
of State troops to prevent looting.
and althouiih worn out b) their con-
tinuious la Irs, the' entire llre-fighting
force' of tlhe c'ity is still engagi "hd In
**xtinIKuilhiing. finally the burning en-
ter-. shich. with the' wind still hlgh
-ita n'I lic'ally s ,rliings into a blaze.
Y.t-te-.rdt a a iiniriilini a niAiis nieet ling of
cittz l n1 was held and relief commit
t*'-. nanIel d HlicWe'v'r. lI.'vause the
filct that tiet Ilirined ri.lidenice dis
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eating its way through the reai deae
district after reduocln to askhe -
pretentious dwellings. three curhr
buildlangs. roadway Presbyterian sa
Baptist churches and the wedish
chapel and the Walker Mailtarlum.
the flame,. spreading to the mouth, at.
tacked the manufacturing plant of the
Sawyer IClectrical Company. This
building was quickly destroyed anad
fve large warehouses and several
smaller business houses saluered a
like fate.
The yards of the Tesa sad P%-
ciflc railroad were next In the path-
way of the Are. The round house, ro.
pair shops. coal chutes and several
hundred box cars were destroyed aad
twenty locomotives were reduced to
tasted matses of steel and Iron. To
the east. the stone and steel depot
building proved a barrier to an en-
croachment toward the wholesale dis-
trict. and although several times lying
sparks would glnite a roof or looring
In this sectlon. as qulekly would ooe
of a hastily formed band of volun-

le k Ihe a luiti hi.i hiiel l c,.,,llId, ir ur.stiance'. the teer firemen be on hand to check It In
i ie%. c' it- I ,ei d to i ilt I lmi,-taS relief ( ii, 'd w sll tI. small. Its incipiency. Thus after baritag for
cauL-. if the ill rnt-. (ha t this tlhelis the four nours, the Ire was I G I hIonr hai leei.i.n gft n to %1r 300 Dwellinga Burned. lriought under control.
i';ilwe'tt o(f I.imiI e eit'teld a memniber The- fir started lif May and Tucker The burned area is approximately
t IhI. S'i lmi- A il alan oif Sciti '' *r*t- lri.en lo a iale blowing a uile'and a half l length and a halt
The' l.ate--1 a.llltin to th' statint ili rl lrhI, ollithwust the nIamen quickly mile wide A careful estimate place
-taff i- Mr ()% ire Vilurtger. I A I reaftd to aldjoining tiuildinhg After I thi aggregate of Le loss at $2.000.00.
M\r Ilturg r i. a re. .lit Kgraduatli-. (of
thl' I 'Iiler'-\it (iof Ili:lna lie 'oetiil

..e e Fire Endangers Lives of
Iie--. S 1 1 ,0 iiIlleeet, Iie a a f.ill. %ee'r
T E : ii ii l l i ti- t il f t l \h, J ri

l IN l at %I r -, Over 600 Insane Persons

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hamie r., e'xcite(dly nave the alarm.
Atteindanii. then rushed amons their
chargKcs adti narrowly averted a panlr.
The' fire spreirad froin the laundry to
the Iph:arnia; sulily bulldlng. and
Slthre.;teniled itll. asylum itself The in
Smalts' i.lde to liltrealtie. f the at.
f-irajlJiitt ind ke'let giand order when
Itli.e i.tic, r %-+.1 greatel'-.t
Ik l.irdnl witk h lir- tlruien sn avd the
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Death in Historic House

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d Iatens to the Ha-
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ha "iteder." At the
n ela tft the feast
emS of the most beautiful
to which Judaism
Aiebled about the rest.
is festive attire the
and listens to the Hag-
of the Passover and of
Jewish history. This
Gages d Sder." At the
11e11 0I freot of the mas-
Is a platter, the fin
M aword, sad n" it
wafers a saleaveae
Sp-arsley, a pwce of
a lasted ew ad lamb

Wige mned Chareoeth.
manber sad guesi a
S to he rplalsahd four

-Mter a silver oulet
S 1 f Ulah the Propht.
Mf the possible guest
n-a. 8r M thia sight
S umerated aem symn -
bibWmal mcoust o1 the -Ex
the bitter and sweet
of We. the horror of lav-
Jo of freedom With
hastl, the atory
care for His people
Sthe rvrw eclade. with

W of Pesach is celebrate
bkthday of Israel, and is in
t s ea the feast of freedom.
Soly in the political. but
scene as well It is
ljut at the beginning of
dlacate that the lessons
ltesl from the historical
Standpoint are splendid
la nature, the spring be-
of the rebirth and


Depot" Will Prove a Big
SA*uoe. April 13th.
beth Melick. ho, auh the h
mder the auspices of Kirhy,
pter. I' 1. '.. will lprest ut
o Delot" at the New llaird
a next Tuesday ce' .will arrih. lu IGain. -Millh.
F and will at one prleare
hdarn9 of rehearsal.
VUslo IkApot' proves- a tre
s ceUs whe retrer Iortebetlied
arik |arts are, arrim ,.d
ly for lOc'al l-u)l,.' uaid a re-c
L5eadance is <-aI'ct|d w e.i ii t
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MM MAR HaM E d. -
,A Display ef Qulek Wit by the Come-
The Elrmeror Nk-blas of Russia
avis & Oliver Complete This Part of w" uw e '*"o'd' as" fellow,.
Irme t.Iiiu rilg lr lu jir icw whirhb Mar.ineff,
vmant Bldnl., the cxU-UulI ua ld ui.uicI. L.d i Ur -tc--
The excavation work for the ne Government building hais bt 'n rnoml- sk.. hi.ih s&-.arir.l. the i.:uleroir u.alkei.
pleted and is now awaiting the ar i inuto t1e.- r-,a .:j :.-pI' t .dy1. 3.t
rival of nwe contract tors tj lirowetje.d ii a ,.t" i4 .'i. .ue% h t i .'*1.- rVds t l* ill.
further on the contract.l. 'tl IaIru lt ic uri talr i t li ttiicl i tarJ
Davis & Ollv'r ha%- e alo vecrrl, o f jL I.unlhll. lil hl :l`ti lui. L ., lt i,
the contract fpr the and and rx< k to" W 1 '. e ll,; d mt. l.t'. e. lttl.I it a.
be used and will, getting j l iec;,,re.,d ,, i .u ,, I1hat
out the material at once.. in fart th'. i t j er lI t..l inh ., t l, .u l
have already begun plrearatl)ni4 of teL i. i mf i .t.11 li 44r i, lt i ,r
having the rock brought here. where It I ai'ur, i tired It- ILhat hlu'li "tlatkn-
will be crushed. IUA."
Mr. Kiag. president "of the Kings "'TL' lh.k-Silly lipJt)ible."
Luaber Company. who are the suC-elJ M lriiniser.
cemafl bidders, is expected In the city j "N4oue ':" a. mid Nkhio:a. l insit
darlg the Irat pat of next week Usi its liilulllg dM.
SI Ldig hiatif .u lthe hurus of a
when further work will bega on the Uewmawa. the miluk took heart of
blildlan. grace and, w ith a puptit ude and
W. A. MeNally will have charge of prmeseue of iiud thrat probably sated
the coerete work. having been the him. buKoued bhis ist over his breuat.
madeseaful bidder on his class of the ex ianded bhis cht. threw up i h bead
coutructumn. and, assuming ttw lulirial purt to, the
best of h* lower. strode areusi the
rufm- and balc; athel'. Ptallldit~ opposlte
"eaIOays eya in iam Only." the miuilter. be cried in the. exact
Maay amusing incidents have oc toun and manner of the ezarr:
curred on account of the name "\'olkhonsky. eay 1M. Martlueff l.OUU
ROaey'a Boys." by which are known siver ruih le" 0
all over the country the five wonder- T lhe etlpewr It ra umioment nI ll dis-
ful youngsters which Mr. Roney 11ll crorn'ertled; but,,Pe.'ilu Lilu.sel
bring to this city for a concert on with a smile, li- *ertd t lmua"
Thrdav A il ht lilh i-g fm di to e plaid.
IT~kilP rrlrh nmb llll,,m fm, m All~..r,. t

a n w| wama I. eIUk I IIU UUm erentil
families in different States the boys
are. of course. not related to Mr
RIinty. their trainer and nmanaKgr but
conductors and hotel nime'tn Iw'rldl In
talking to the boys in all M'rloousii s
about their "I'aPa." and the' OUIuK
stern fnd the iiiistake ani *e'dle'.-
source of a nusWi.ctil.

Eminent Authorities Say
Ttat out-door exerc-ti le I* tdeded by
the Americanl -,plelT That'. all .ery
1ell. but how caIn pIeople with rhliunlll;
tlia follow that ad iLev- The anN a~r
is very slilple ue ll.llard,. Sunow
Unlninent auid the' rrhouniatlin will K,.
lea aliag >)u as ieolrY a a coelt (Gi,
quick :ind Ie'ria.itie it r< li ,f frIomn
rhbeutuiat il,. eiuraigj., lamine back
Sold b) VW M IJliohne

In Search of Her Father.

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Arctic a reezers

White M tn Freers



Water Cooler

Water Fihers

OcOdolen Refrigerat'rs


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A.M USMN Ant, Ga~inevlei F'_lorid

tIh Pamoe City., it Walls and the
Cue eof Jeshes
The walls of J trikhe. remalns of
which hare been recavated by Ger-
man arhbaolkists,. are. of oure.
chiAly famous ln connection with their
mlrelklkus destruction by Josboa. It is
rveonld lI the boMk of Jmbus. clbp-
ter ti, that. by command of the Ihrd.
Joshua' army compassed the city. go-
Iag rnwdalbot It one a day fr r !x
days. headed by sream prier:s hearin
saeve rams' burna befIre, the ark. On
the amreath day they encamnpased It
awre time. Thea. on Joabos's com-
mead. "tbe people sh ed. ard the
purists blew with the trumpets. and It
rame to pas wbhm the people heard
the sourd of the trumpet that the p o-
pie ahoted with a great ahout and
the wall down sat, o that the plo-
ple went up lato the city. eery man
straight before him, and they took the
city," destroying all that was In It. ix-
cept Rabsb the barkt who had hid-
a the me sme set by Jeoshu to
spy at the cty aBd her fthrs
ea- b loM. The date of this destrtlou
played at B. C. 1451. In spite t
a <4 j ay 0.s wmeo should
fld the city. It was rebaIIt I the
: iS of Ahab to R C. 918 by Hi.. a
yatie of Bethel and It s recorded to
I Ktags x. t4. bow the cure of
Joshua was fulAlled. The second city
bwtuIbed and under Herod te Great
became Important. It was sacked by
oae Mlon. slare of Herd. Arrhelaa.
the wo of Herud. fomuded a new town
on the plain, whkb he had planted
with palms. Jer o was finally de-
stroyed by espenslan In A. D. O.-
Deadee AdvertIr.

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Services Are to Se Continued, the
Tabernacle Being Used in
the Evening.

T h i I, .i .I L t 1111. t. i, 1 t a1ll
c hiiirn lie it (4;;i a i l* l S inli l 111t
Ith <( niu r.tia; ioi,- .n te. th 'i -t li|.
1itt In thell nl erniliK a in l at lthi Tate
t rnacl i :. ti he n Iiiaft.eri in a tl '**. ningK
were ec-xceedingly liriaur Th. --vr i e
.t the Tab'ral irnallls- r. in iicitnnil ti n
with the- re-\l\al which wasn
4-d at the- Itaptist church the first of
last w-eek. and the- incrcasinig nllnhtl-r
of attendantsi at almost every senrice
denionstratefs that the- Ip'oil.e are- tak
ing a deep ntcnrest in the work of
Pastor Rogers and those whom he has
.asoclated with him. Tse Tabernacl-
was used Sunday afternoon and night
owing to the greater seating capacity
of this building, and it was almost
filled to standing room at both Sun
day meetings.
The sermons of Rev Mr. Martin arec
Interesting the lweopl here. who rea-
lize the good that is certain to r.c-
crue to the city in a spiritual way as
a result of the meetings.
The song se- ric,' in also very much
alprie-(iate-d. and Mr and Mrs. .W(ho-
field ha;\- made a multitude of
here The solos by both of the-se-
workers art ind-ed ilinsiring
The ,ervlces will continue through
out this we.-k. the' church twiiing I sed
in the- afternoonir and the Tabetrnacle
.It flight
The public is most cordially In-
Y uii .hlamlld not d l i> >i iiit ler a ir-
in -tlllllalinl it'. II (';i ol kicir \ a;inl
I laIildt r ironililel Y iuil -hli ilhi t lake.
.-i -hi ti inv | 'r l tl\ IlI oi l k l i-
Sli.ill Ettl'.o. i 1 liiii& like i 'e \\ iltl- K <1
lit ailnd Itlllaild r I'.l- ThI '\ .itre ti
&.#t|i l etl litr %s ik Il:i k leh k;iiir in
flaiilll lati n otl l h liladld, r ihl illialti,
ti; 0in- e t \e li eI i ai-k lfor Ik
\Vittl-. Kin. i aend llidder Pill- i*.
-lire- .iii get tih in Tli.' ar. ;anti i-
.-eltli( Ac -ell no lis -u etitit*--. auiei-t
upillon z'ttingO tht riliht kind Sold hli
all lrugzi-glts




White Mountain



Solid Oak

Also Agents

for the


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One of the



of the happy homer of to-lay i4 a vast
(unit d infolnnat.ewi tm- tle- t mneholu ENTHUSIASM IN PIANO CONTEST
of promoting health .anil haplMnY-es and ICN A
nriht living and knowl-,igrl of thlw world INCRA .
best prtl--t. -
Proleljrt, of actual e\cll)'tnee antl Big Vote Was Given to Each of the truthfully i;sent,-l Three Leading Candidates-End
and which have' attain,,ee' to wrrll-w.rlW
arc'e'ita.ei<' l thrnaih lhth' iapprov.e l of th, of Corteet NoN In Sight.
WI' I iifIorm.1i oif (the Worl.l, n.'t of inli-
vil0'il- onily. hlut of ti' tninyv who have ,,;ii.w in;. i- thi .1 t ,;iul i: f 4 he I,
tlw' liapry fa.cuiity of let'l- ng and i obtain- .11, i i ,e .lt l f ii.t, -
ing t rIe l.w.t the' world r I I i... ,

One of the products of that rmas, o(
kn,wn component |Krt., an Ethical
remley, approved by phyi-cuian anld com-
meknde by the W.4U Informed of the
World asa valuable In whukemme family
laxative is the wll-known Syrup of Fig
and Elixir of .enna. To get its beneficial
effect always buy the genuine, manu-
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
only, and for sae by all rAing tnia,.



"Gentrally d hilitnted for years.
Had sick headaches. lacked nnambiton.
was worn-out and all run-down Itur-
dock Ilood Ititters made iime a well
wonlai -.Mrs. ('has. Freitoy. Mloos-
u e. Coi(' l
Mr. J. R Tubtbr~ille and son.
.lanis. have arrived in the city to join
th-' husband and father who preceded
thin a fe'w weeks since-. They have
ilt-idied to make this their future
holer and will at once look Ul, a suit
;:lel ol-ait ioln
The Star Skating Rink has oloenfd
.11 for the- s-cason(, s lsinoes and i.~
now localtd o\er the MaKgtet ('ash
Store Adniiissloi i', cents.: inclhiding
k;ate (c'leits ()pen fronlm ::.::;E to
.... 41 r. a.ftermooi aund fromi 7. :r to
lt ';11 iln tie' \'U iiing-
I \\W Tl'onil kii- ,l ( ).:l l.i w;I.- in thli
it 1lor .t hort w ('!l- S:Iat rialr 11
l- r tueI! re-ilde'- t il f i i i ai ,pI bIit
i- ii%'w *,igagi,:'- e ( lit n>irket'- whier he hi'- I t e ii fer"
ti :l. pa-t .I lr. a \ i .a niir li.a 11-i ir i-
-ti< k
Mi aimi Mlr- Ihlnihil (;ra\<.-.A who
tie e ie i in l ;t iiane-.l ille for ithe Ipast
. iiita r deip iit- t l li tihe iir titilee ill
\c i[Hk.i et-('da' TIh' fornier i
SbIr'jthii r (of ('eouiillilieai (;rit~ s of
\L iirth (;.eine,. \ill, ;:iaid a- lwit thi- *taciin l w ill r.iet iur er-
ii '.t ( .1 e e,
'iI,f A i K .i ;iilld if.' of N.. w
. rrt were a; ai iit lt. lh. .li |t'|. er- -d i
ituie t lt i it0 .'t rela. The. tl'il rr
- I'! ilIc'lli. tl of tIll.t -e llri e i '.'i -I iIt'-
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Mi!.- M1 liachnkitr',. CiI ...
Mis*- MaNir l Mc'ernii k cit .
Mis- Alima 'tiine-ll. iti. .
M1i e .;eNalti<' lickins'n citi .
iies>Il Sanc'he- citi % .
Miss Julia Carter. city ....
Miss A Groff. Newllrry.....
Miss A Stricklantd. Waldo .
.Miss Ft4- lll. Ie-al .city -. ..
M.liNS Jeril E vans. city......
Miss Emma Hudson, city....
MIss Annie 1 evillh ..........
Mils Elh'ena Staf. Waldo.. ...
Mrs I Ware. High Sprlngs..
Miss (oldie IAmbert. city....
Miss Lizzie Sheppard. nIll...
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy...
Mrs. A. W. SarCgent ........
Miss M Fernandez. city.....
%liss Mary Thigpin. city......
Mils L. Sanders. Hawthorn...
MiFs Ruby Albrlght ........

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A little want ad. will accomplish
big results.


AeEss a a r to Pri eab ie Bmte -
You cannot afford t, grow onli
In th-ee days (f stre-nuowis com:"tiltion
It is necessary to maintain. as long as
poslble ounes youthful aplpearaince'.
It is imposlb!e to do this with'-ut re-
'aining a Iiixurtus rrowt(h of hair.
The prc-en e of Doianlruff InllIate.' the
pre-encr 4Jf a burr :n g'ritrm lhi-h
lives and thlrivu eon lhe r< hair untll It cauteoq total b;ill Newbr,'s llertp'c.l. Is the only known
deitrover of thil pr t and It is a s effe,--
tive as it is delhihtful to use
IerpW!crie makee an e'eragnt hair dress-
Ing am well as rDandlruff cure.
Accept n' 3ubhttilute-there tI n"ne.
in!'4 by le1nlr drugirtts. BSnd IWr. In
ta mtm for Pample to The HerpicidL Co.
Detroit. lM .
1. 8. Rodiford & Co. Special Agents

The Value of Good


Ib ay to fir l if you kow what yW ium&
i worth. Kodol keep the stonac at par vali
by inuring good digestion. Kodol curs Dyspe .
Ko,!el IniIurre cos n digee tion by to sreCial effort ty "tonils" a4
,411fliitel h duiialicratIn Nair.'res "tilmulants" doesn't cure anythilrl pIt Itnr all fomd, taken Into the stom- d"es dieting. Indligr tion and the
ai h serious allments which It Indues
While Kmodlil is doing this. the ran hb, averted and corrected oalr
stoniach I restilng-and becoming by natural means.
strong and healthy A strong and Kodol supplies this natural
bhalthy stoniach guarantees a mean. It perform the stomach'
seiilnd and active, brain, work for It-Just as the stoail
The man with a sound stomach should perform It-whie Ite stoai
-a stomach that in doing for the ach takes a little rest, for th
body just what Nature Intended stomach'a make."
It to do-Is the man who Is always
prepared for anyu emergency. He to VW.r _r... 1T adg oi awd
"there with the Ioods." bt a. aI ttv yo hawsgo 0 he
The man with a slck stomacb. ito eeli *eu ise soamb W** Yu m
a man sick all over. When the .rdeoarshe eW t is she to unEssa
stomach Is Irritated by undgllested h will rfmdrlrr WWr w U11 e11
food. the blood and heart are dli- t. "ON Orrl lltOt =%hm
goe s .r Ow I bt-It
reetly affected. Then dullness. u1- ar_ .4tlimqn_ qu
natural sleepiness. Tsick-headaches. Tr *r applria N i
vertigo and faiating spell., and ,' O eal uIti. 1 MianL
even serious brain trouble develop. eaeitu e.
Kodol will prevent thee. Rodol Ia prlrpd t the albfe
Spurring the stomach d brain tortleo(C.De W Altt O&.,CN ,

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TI e good-will, kindest regards and best wish-
es of each'officer and director of the Bank,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquarters-every conve-
nience afforded to make our place pleasant
and agreeable to those who call to see us.


Parties having job printing done at
The Sun office are entitled to one
vote In the Bush & Safford Piano Con-
test for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget thbi when n need

of printed *tdtlU ry. RMad U
vwtlemet gltvint utliad
IArd tlhe o t yew seo r

Su "Waat" adsri. g enoM



Easter Lilies,


Plants, Choice Cut Flowers




20 Laura St., Jack-o ville, Florida, or


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irl m hUcloi N s If' dery
M, aIt ens n aiileo oi i
"fm ew ime s Im n
aM Mh teilsm* mam a
get -oi .

SalIsme tgo do elmr oim

w -o diss ver the

n I d tIe lnetb. IT owesult
s -rop de a rte us an at
a tales th pwrget to be
bat w Oa most .rly a e

ti e pat already t rod e
the th4er &a, ayou" n
slide became. his

to eSO mIR Suicide wh ose
thaeh his eloths what a

eIllorise of Jac e e vle rest
dealers Is worthy of comment
They are lavishsers of
6 their local papers., ad fre-
e other mediums for ad-
their buwlne4s. The result
Jecksonville is one of the
ewuig CIeties Ia the country.

1 eseet of all the Servians, re-
the awe prince 4 Servis,
his right to the
U Prie bear. a most uun
1r8 Uoa8. and In renouncing
e eat semna vodntarly a be
e wlhat probably In a few
b M ld have Ad to do Invol

0 peopl mesever etsldd a-
hr Stir up tr le for thm-
-- -- m-e- r'a deermi-
S k to go k toVeS Iel shows
* i ofe the num ber. But
* may ma-ede by the time
-am the Brtiah West ladle
lertria Is sometimw the bet-
It of valor, ad ao no further
5 Joumey.

41aad Pinney arle-to give
hl full name-anI his aIfInity
do aot Id soul-mating a suc-
A year ago they were in
dies over it and life was one
llaral joy. But a few brief
ba have wrtoght such a dislllu-
that the affinty now says her
o -mate to crasy and she seeks
ree. abd be retorts that she is an

members of the Plorida Press
latlos who attended the annual
ag of that body. as well as the
i de Lon celebration. in St
iae last week are profuse In
ndatUon of the Ancient City
bospltality of Its people was un
d and all were made to feel that
were wekomue in the, true utsen
a word. The Ponce de l-Uoi
ratloa was on a more elaborate
than ever tN'fre. Almost (eer)
of amusement was provided. ani
Lhlug was done to alp'ial to th

There ino -t tea t that the
I tur .l have to deal with the
ft wuUr ys mw 4-rl the
Omwnaerrsa todthy.

lASisltmmrehave ddpged tbeir duty
It this regard from a cosatuttioal
staMdpuiat 1ar many years. but the
"meV soay" it aescheduled to come
p at this eslom will force a reappor-
timmut New coutles haye to have
repIeeetatlon and If new ose are
created the reapportloument will
have to be made ad the entire quee
tia dedlltely settled.
Disatlag the mfalraeas of the
prooe t reproutatlom, TheN Time.
tim ays:
"The question of repprotiamenn t
hawg om the dasproportInate repre
I m atlom In the Lower House of the
|L-laie gre h to the comutles.
Per tance H amilto. with 9.921
pepubltla is 10M. or L ke omaty.
wt 7.51tS. have each as may repre-
seattlve as Hlmabhore h. with t1.,
41, er Duval. with 47.91, or Alabau.
ftb 34,00. or beambla. with t2..
SI. There Is a populatIo of 21,7W
to eah repre tatlve ai Hillsbo
em wemty, W A 3,W la Dural, or
17. Io Alachua. while there are
ny 3,757 to each rereesentative la
Lae sad suy 4.961 to me In Hamll-
sa ooauty. lix coumntie, each of
whLh has two repreatlss ve la the
Legislature, have lea than 12.000
populotio each. Poar of these coaun
tes have eight repreatatives Il the
Letslature, yet have an aggregate
populaths of about 30.000-less than
Aleahus's or Beeambia's. Plve of
them. with ten representatives. have
a populatloo less than Duval's In the
aggregate. The whole six do not
much exceed HIlllborough's atgre-
gate population. There are other
counties which suffclr injuatlc* under
the present apportionment, but thli
wrong Is most glaring in the cra.e of
the four mentioned 11111trough.
Duval, Alachua and EKe:-nr,,hl Sinil
lar fraud on popular rights is p. rij
tuated in the 'UpIe-|r lHe.i.-e' hy the' ;,'
glect of r aplllortlonUi it t liotlgl noti
to the -ame extent."


Years ai.d years ago The Tinme-
lifted Its voice on behalf of th rap
Idly disappearing alligator. It pleaded
that he be spared. and set out not
only his harmlessness to the human
family but his excellences of char
acter and the positive good he ac-
eompliahed. Fe destroyed the gar.
akh. which if left undisturbed degroy.
ed the young of all kinds of game
Ashes, he maintained water holes In
the Interior where drouth sometimes
shrunk the ponds out of existence
and thus afforded range cattle with
places to quench their thirst, and per-
formed sundry other services for the
human family. The stories about his
eating pigs and picaninnies were and
are baseless slanders, merely invent
ed as an excuse for his ruthless
slaughter for the sake of his hide.
We are pleaded to oee. that th' cru
sade is taken up lby the I- jre' of the
State. hich is clanmtrini for Tso et'-
tLing to tb done for tlhe. lr, tc and pIre rt'ratlon of thin aniiaule and
valuable saurianl One of our con
temporarlies. IruoMlw.e- a KUIla* limit dur
ing each year. but this is iialadiqaate
What in lneI'ded ie a clo.'eld i e-a oni onl
the game for a period of at l'.k;-I tet.
yearn. which. If enforced. would aKain
Iopulat' the' I reamn i anlld I,ontd
Add to this a lsriIiKgel it l i r.l itl, itihl tof
the traffic ll alliKi;tir hidel. and their
being tran|lll,)rted It % ioiilmion caur
riers That Is ile th4 i O n .w of r.
t 'r ,ing the- -| is tirler. dalli;> or --Taiiia T'iimui -

Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Ili 14K.8 al-.tolicitlee,1, I" ie' Ciih
nocit reach'Ow (he' ti i-..a-.d j tit)ll, lt ofI I,#
ear 'rhe,-rt' In tmli ouii.%.t %.t i cue u.

and gratlif the' lleaesurp of all 're n i'. -DI i
I I 1 1 t 114 41 4 I1 4
seaj son Is at handd %hen a ul ji )I f t I.. -I I. .Ii A
iand ja)btetleatic fight al0ueuld IN.t 11'1tle i)?.. 1, h1 t.*I .k I II ie
d againot the' Miltlc u e I le e r It II I I I I i I I
fei mi 11 1 to t o h i itorl*r a iII

are tA d -sgerl. *i lt
fo 'r i it q- It r el-It it it ,id 0 t l i m ; I,',
r voot- ik i iii

'i* .1)1 5 a II. Ii I L

liht' iI i t. ,- two,
bired to ,rk.A cI. ie u, I i I~ti.

fll up Ior idi m .lii ol. 1,i
ol~urs Mir, m ill cd'" it ..I
their dtie.14dI, %-it

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VUder sad by vrt eof te power
ad authority vsted Ina m as mayor
of te City of Oslaesalle. orlda I
hereby aall election to be held i
aM City oa
Tweeda, thM 13th 0ey of April, 1M,
ftr theb purpose of eloetUa the follw-
Iag offers for tbe said City to serve
for te period et out herein,
One Mayor. one Marshal. one Clerk
and Treasurer. one Tax Collector. one
Tax Asuesor. each to bold office for
a period of one year and until their
srcessors are elected and qualted.
Pour Aldermen, each to serve for a
period of two years from the date of
their election.
One Member of the Board of Pub.
lie Works to serve for te term of
ive year.
The polling place for the aid elec-
tlo shall be In the rr of the mu-
mlcipal building on Mat Main and
Masonae streets.
The polls shall ope at I a. m. and
ose at suadowa of said day.
A. DCosta, D. A. Robertson.
and A. Taylor are hereby appointed
nspectos and J. D. Adam.n clerk
of ad election.
WItmees my "bad and eal of said
city of Gaieearile. Florida. this the
10th day of March, 190.
Attest: J. M. DELL, City Clerk.

Notice to All Whom It May Con-
cern: Unless personally called for or
otherwise disposed of. the Southern
Express Company will sell to the
hlghest bidder for cash at public auc
tion In the City of Gaine'svlle. Plor
ids. on Thursday. the itxth day of
May. l4)9. at 10 o'clock a. In. all the
articles de' rlbed in Iriintt'd llt- t(
tI-. en in Soethernl C onill
I%>'s office, court hou(-.' and other
lIlaerfx. (C C \'()I.FKF. SfI4.1
T I'('K l:l. Ilte. \it .
T NI KIl ; A,.t

One-Quarter of a Pcund a Week
At le.'a-t is Whatt A '%'1)-"ba- ( ougt
to K, .iii lIe 'ight.II fe.e i'our. l
thi- re', urmig %lir i wrIa ith it--
4ii..g't tit iP114' it;it4 1t (.( ;4-. .I Y
Flix1r. Ce:re's 1-toiae-h and boaa-1
trublesi. aidi4 digesttion. stolis fre'tful-
na--'.. gtmd for teething babies. Price.
.-c and jtkc. Sold by W. %I Jeehn-n

l'At aach oin do his duty day b%
day No man can do everything. hut
he can Go monrthing. He cannot be
a whole skyful of sunshine. but be
can shed a ray of light.

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Machines for Rent

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The Fay-StMles Visible.

C7o tke West and ^fortliwest.-av

Dixie nycr and South Atlantic Umited.

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Ar. Chaiancmorma
Ar. Nash-.dle
As. St. Lovio
Ar. Fvanswille
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SGeneral Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.

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All AT SAW UH Tb -*-- .* o." '.,.. ,.'* --t--
SA SAW vItvry Dey.
1110 A-NTdC d l -" at,,r Ve ". m,.wakingl a Ili.
Mi CAU"T IN LINs Or ~campa(n aIn wotih t M~siMnt some
WAS CAUWT IN LINK OP 4LT.0 If l.,lk ru#t only understand years aw1." *Ankl MoIlsar oIkrcal.
ING AND TWISTED OVER. that catarrh I, an Int.trnal -crotia "ilt driver wan a small Inyo. wh, wna
that nothing aiplIdt4 extoernall d l l oe t
il11 h 4 t Xhe l m i h l, I d1 t redfi to i \.l r
OnIly One ot Sones roken. But Other li '; IIIf .ll4 1,t ".'At a ihh t..,a %-t.4l 1y Veat the
Stoo *ee. 11I1 4rdMo it*sllt IthiL f al l e
Wais adly Wrenched So Tp do I. wh.., th hh ,h "t..t.,.d. t. In IICtr l.rn ;it it hw0n trn.o.el f or tl
Is on the Sottesnm Aral I' \ elldl. Ull In coa4,nllllltion. t erortho,.uII.. r i' lher! n er lhe 'e:w *.li:l''
Ilhe' l -o ( of ll liovI 1 ,'114U s ver\ was t to tile n. tl i.ri(lihtl hittl
rear YVot ratrrh I# .i-llI c ird if, self lthT pnlilfi.l rElui'terll y .n the,
While' '1w1a .,'tl .:t r ob i'tll.'tin ion th- rliht tro.atin t i ,mln lotedl front sent int i ariai t rmin l Ill
(;G.rig. ('hui-,r. o. nllArg a, th.te Catarrh i crand Ic i It.rmni in the- *1 i:t r ni1d 4 a4! i rv'.
mill of T J SwAoarilns n Kauapaha. hbleol ahich etre'ulate. thro.igh the .n weJ of ,the r'veI4 as I h haFipetnd ito .111 n'eide'nt Ia- l ,'Ak tire.- lyvtemi laterntal ro'mnediei il 'de pened ,n It.
I, 'Viin :,lly the I.nd *.ontlitnd 4-inisple-
that will ditathlf 0u;,. of hi,- hand.- for hlttt t.-mUlornrvy a.w Although the ,.f Uoull tj' e n ,,nl on,1d M vu:lor ak-
life' fctat are- often sePn In the form of no,,ye the sretar. and he kldl' r hut
lie was aurklnglK .arnd the machIa l nllirl'. roah. ecteman or dr)y sclya rmtnlTla- I the ioy that It wa-r
ery at the timea of the ar'ident and. skin the trouble Is Internal. and can not t9,r'eqs:.ry for lilm to attend every
ty some nishapi. hle hand and arm seter be cured yhy external remedle meetlnIr
came in roltitart w ith the tbealthin etw Thew ofly wat to cure catarrh is by "'1 "ake"l t same s 'we-h ene'h time
to a large he~el and his arm waj ,.P;.l'i.n a me-diclhe which Is ab- TrlY hYe rlte'rd It iften einmab to
broken. moa onie of the )on* having r sorbed and carrit d hv the hle.ed to all tIme In 11 w ntl. o in lu t ien rotr
tlae Iu r ehH toe 1 f t ure b oo k in g ao te r th e
been -naplwd hoeo.wer In o4 I oe parts of the -v.tnm. 0, that the nmia- tla ibhis ythful
manner unknlowin. the other hone fall-. ous r;,.')'*,r;.in. r ilnti rnal lining of drlvT'.
ed to break. hut lave wav to murh the hodY s it the'r'n'~hl mnedr:itet-d "-lesplte the senator's objection, the
an extent that his hand was r m ioothod. dislnfected of germ matter. boy was again It the front seat the
pletely revi-reld, the hottom t lop and the rsoreness healed. next day and the following day. This
and the top on the bottom. We have a remedy prepared from enrargd 'Vent. and he thutnderel:
There is doubt if he will o.r,.r he tthe prescription of a physician who "'lhy d h, yon pefrs t In always oc-
a'.l to x.e the. hand hark as It should Ifor thirty ears studied and made ca culying that front seat? lidn't I tell
,.e. for the h-on. has Itw.n twilted in tairh a srlcialty and whose record yo I lrm i1ke tth e Mane tie ,Ua1 erer
day. It'. a' oo1.I anel stale to yeou as It
..ich a marll.r llh;t, ho.. ll I n. dii. of suCe os 'Aas a cur. in every c a.e I to na,. IhI I lnst oln benrln It
ashled for the l,;lann-e or his litf. where his treatment saa followed a a gan nl ni.'ii'i
lie had ht-.'n an employees of this Iro'-crilt-'d Th:it re'nie.ed is Rexall -1 1%.:Init t 1 ee ih -ih' i y, un're c;in: to,
mill for quho, a while and was. ilni- .M'cu Tolie We' are. wo Io.llive. that do when you It.' lnslqwelrd the
ver.tally e'en.. d .h his o irplol) er it %*ill ur'- catarrh in all its \~nrtioiu h % Vestt :lai ;i;l tet'1." St. I.,,uiR Ite-
snlid the nll in v i ('lle'( nton with ith fori.s. h.itho.r -acute or chronic, that p'lIlic'
h il's I .'ronii *t rttirn t.%o.rY penn%
";ai oii) fIr tho' "0'difn"' i" -'n *r' ERVOIAJ PROMlRATIiON
Jotly Home kSold. o 4 h-r. it fa:il- if .lfre, ,or for t;ill
C'a;t I .1 I !1. -u 'i ito ,4 .l.w k r,. i Ion, i I 1- 1 .n ;ti-f. the,' user
s all i l ha.. '*. P ih. tII, f1,r '- 'Til ',.,1 ,to t(rv -.>al .Murn Indigestion Causes t- Mi-o-na W ill
3> fa it if [ s i ,,. 1 10 .0 r. a,'lillll, tu i in ai : (1
l.;,t (. iil. t il!.I l i. :,..- r o ii ix ii tion i d Cure It.
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hxe .). 140 i44lo w k ii1t I .4 n f! e' 19
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'Cottolene is tud leclusivcv hv manm
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Mr. AflaI ll 4.1a,4 e b.'I%4a"t. Id. imud the'
it-still tm1ay3 lee juhA' v ruw the iarra-
to.Fr. 4 uia~i.'tac~t Ii*.i4 '4tarhriil.&irtv ian
tU iws i t t owmen :Iloia -itwr j I U4't i ll o
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He."'as Nct Superstilooj,.

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tfo ti h rmlihty poe o a.
Tr\ Mi o-iia. W. MCll u* uin. ko
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aill t u:r ;->acuts, (a-* -, in a f<-w daU.\ .
and t'roide can- -. in a few wiaeeks.
It.chingiK of ga heartburn. sour
t:Ite otf f ood. wat anid other dYvswpt ic symvnptown vanih
bfoie the milxhty power of Mi-o-ona.
Try Mi-ona. J. W. lf.Collumn & Co
s,.ll it and %ill refund votir money If
it don t (ur. and only "7.0 -,tils. a lirg#-

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Bronchtis, Croup, Coughs and Codsc. or
money ba Sold and guaranteed by
Secure a tenant fur that vacant
room through a cla:.siftnd ad. lu
The Sun.
Subl-(crbe for The Sun and help your
i:ilb fried lnd ln \the flne p iano.

The Title Question

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If a old ore ed tled simply bmwrM the oles w as diseased at Uat
particular spot. It wv-l I b& aa esny mittsr to app' sam3e remedy dirsotly
to tCe place that world k.:l t:r germs; or tae diseased fkeh ght be
removl by a surgical operation and a cure affected. But the very oet
that old sores restt very to m of loal or external treatnoet, ad e e
return after hbing cut away. shows that back of them is a morbid oame
which rrust be removd before a cure can result. Just as I the
pollution continues In the blood, the ulcer remsias an open cs po for the
depoFsit of impurltile which the circulation throws off. S. S. I. cures Old SoMe
by purifying the blood. It resmnn every trace of tmpurity ad mdlt at
the circulation. and thus completely does away with the abuse. Whe
.8.8.. has ceased the blood, the sore begs et heal., ad it aoet a
surface cure. but the healnlal proes btegns at th bottom: mooa the dt-
chargl eases, the inflammation laves, and the phlce M tIl with brm
healthy flesh. Under the psurifylam ad en si es eaof S .. the sy.m
t built p,. and thoos whose health has baen lapaired by tbh dral a
rerry o an old seo will be doubly beneated by Its us. Book a m8
aI Ulom and say medical advi fre to al wb wrbs.





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Tl.i' (',, mi.ry I. ra.ta at The Su in ottihe or at eitlwhr f tle stonr coai-
li. t. *l withl the .olinte't. SNOT (;()D AFTER APRIL t, 1900


The Long Distance System

One of the moot valuable features
of our service. to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
SWe own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States In
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
These long distance lines are of the
most modern and improved construct
tion and are maintained at a high
state of efficiency. The Bell systems

operating In varlos setlees of S a
country, are uniform In their equip
ment and in their methods of eper
Only by reason of thin cloee trefo
arrangement between the Bell Tele.
phone companies is it possible to go to
a Sell Telephone almost anywhere,
ask for "Long Distance" and be put In
communication with almost any paint
in the country.
This vast network of wires, radisa
*ng throughout the nation, is Ued
daily in commerce and for social pon
poses by the banker, the farmer and
:itizens in all walks of life and eu
elant here is an important link la thi
greatt chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficient Service. Reau hie bMet



Groceries and Grain

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It pays the farmer to plant only the bmes It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
fflokhub I d" hm P ad
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Treure--W. V. Kaott Tnallaba

e M eaueU Me ua t- AtrmeyO wwerl--Pk M. Ti'w
en at M dru g etore. ma. Tall.ah
Commisoalr of Agriculture-B. .
SMcLla, Taahassee
Sept of Public Instructiou-Wm. M.
S Holloray. Tallahassee.

T- Pretdft of tb1 BenatO-Huat W.

L Clark a Alutr-- I. Wlaoa.
I O1taM11e.
Seut. Puade Pl atractio-Dr. J. L
mmmmmmmmm Kdayey. Galavtlle.
r-P. O. Ramser. GdalIvtll.
Coummatyr Juds-H. o0. Mama. Oane
and 'll Stocks or hseer-W. W. Colso. Golan..
the prioepal Flori- V.
tionLs andState, T con ller-w. Dickim.
and Ci ty Bonds, Tremrar -J u. a Math o. Gain

Supervisor ReagitratUo-J. C. Mo-
o t y tarew. Galresvile.
County Commisasoner- Johna 0
Dampier, Chairman, llaguc; J. F.
iiU ,I i MTownsend. Campvlle; J. W. May.
Archer: Cha. W. Summers, Trenton;
O. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Board R. B.
for circular giving Weeks.. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W
stions and informa- Moody. LaCrosse; O. W. Miller
of interest to invest- tate seator-H. McCreary.
CrusteIuI Mm oi.a Ga ne.sillr.
: .: Members House-Syd L. Carter,
OainesvUle; T. A. Duke, Santa Fe.

IWEL ECity Oficers:
Mayor--loratio Iwals.
utuial Life *ulldig Marshal -I. T. Arnuow.
S. *Fif Tax Aanor -t It (Ci. on
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~rsr tiLe SDuth tW Brooks-
lie; kt kOcawl amtaoL-
ad; wmet to luwann"e RI-
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Clurk miud Trt-Amit% .r J Ma 1, I
City Attegrz- % S
ll~ijrd of Alit' 11,,!l -F. VW sh. :,,I

M. A I Vida
!or. Chai rumir at 'V\t I .W 11. 1 ,t
fa).11F Luttont, E j I.~ujI I

rr Infanta and Chlldrn.
The KWd Ysu Hive Always Boght
Bne a the r

O Oe Sho li\t lu a f,,ritl 1, 4i r.,. i

'an bt lit.tty 'h 1to'it'. ut

f,,r !,L.

*das. ketp the bcut tgo be hadj ltL;i.
als reach.
The awake person reads the want
We. every day-auil aswerr 6..iuu 1
aMtI asi uoa.


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we& ad heftby I an mu
Stheeoe, i. f kid
e ati se, serious e-
sllts are most likely
Rto f1ow. Yourotier
ergome my need at-
-entlm, but your kid-
mey mos, because
they do most sad
ho ld have atteetioe
alt. Therefore, whem
yewrIkdyse eMk or out ot order.
- =m t bow quickly your em
b'y Ite ffctdl da hbow every organ
mto faWl to do it duty.
Mayoumdck o "ihor badl ," be a
IW SumpRoct. A trIal wIO
Iri r dI ob Ist mrit.
*the d d e itt and o
Madoir uMi meM ntsm itb
agbehthe m. asmaweable
N..tien...Re bm
e- Ifyt eand ma meile. yo

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addnt et a daler sell you
i,,, nUh -Ldienpbbed4

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R. T. Schafer, Prp.

iss N. Norton

brntK Who Statltrnr
uulrv Slnt PMcOMr
ii Picture Frau~s ..

NoUe I hereby given that IK II t dwir
prw hase iof Tax Cortncate No. SI,
dated he 31rd day of A iI A
DL lo. boaaBled said certificate In m) office.
aM baa made 514'llcatlon for tax deed to Wue
in acoordaae with, law. hed certlfiag&e em
brae~s t Ufololowina deaeiheod got'erty utau
atd In Alaorhu countY. PFcrlda. towit
Nw 4 o ofNs o rCr e3. Tp. 7. S. R. le ,tk
The laid Irand eing smmetuvd at the date of
the imwuartc of .u'b certitleate In the name
of k.S. 14 '%aortb
U'plea. oad certiclate shsll be redeemed
accortitr to law.-tax dierd kll II,,ueLheretL
on the Itth dar of AI'rL. A I) 11 1b
Wltne'..t m toyft'lml ,larnature arad %*;I this
the 114h day of Maircb. A D). haol.
S H WtK%(.ES.
td C.erk ('Lrrj1itCourt Alamhu.& Co l.r.
Ii ffti OF) rl'I ICATION tjR1TAX

Notice Nh Lereipi vi en t mat 'I ... F
* ir.*P.-..grr of 'T*.6K i 't l1:L.* Ite N 4

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"ad I[RON &MEI.
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bhu 1'a. t@J tr~ecrb~h ciber
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Whbma s peaks ed her

dee --- Dr. .V. Pierm,
Id lldo, N. Y Ewvryw
here t re ft wm n who
bar witness eT the er-
working, curig-powerof Dr.
Piee's PFavorite Presription
-which aves the HsaJri vg
free pets. aid succmfully
grepple with women's week-
-se ea d dabers ab.


by Women


le4w Th e the Ie.
A m-tae paralia about Oame-4
1 of a second of are found fur
Ant ma by ID. Eikla gave a murt
aoeadia result. This sasll paral
la Jmplies a distance frm tbe earth
equal to about I2.OO(k,0K times the
aum' distawne. This vast distant,
would produce a diminutkon of ligbt of
about thirty ive and one-furth umr
aitudes, sk thlat tlw stun piaccd at tIhw
distance of Arc turus would be r(eluctd
to a star of ouly nine and trn- fouurtln
magnitude. It would not to visiblk.
with an opera glass. Arnturus I1
therefore In rund nuuwbrs nine ant
ae-hallf magaltude., or over (f.cli
times brighter than the Punl would d Ix"
at tie same dl tan e. AMunin lnr b
same denlily ad rl irlrlis,,e.m f uur
face as the un. the dianw ter .tf Arn
turus would theref'ore le astotl s*.e
oety'-lne tinesn t(e 1sun dianwter. or
rver 8,.000.(U mulles, nud its ma a
about w0o,000 lm times man of the
a--agres well calculated to "stag
gr the Inamliatioa.

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Fire, Life and Accident al."e""', ***

Tampa & Jacksoville Bail


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South .... ..................

Returning, arrive Gainesville .................

Leave Gainesville
Lake City,

for Sanmpson
Valdosta, and

A. L Glass, Gen. Supt.

City, Palatka,
all points North


4:25 p m

6:00 pm
9:30 pm

L. E. Barker, Traffic Mg'r.




a"A st N wowmn'ts ppea was vw mgidirct ad or r e \
j Idece misplaced when she wrote for advice, -t
the Wom un' DISrp*VAaV MfDroci. ASSoIATION, Dr.'
k. V. Piere, President, Bufalo, N. Y.
p' Maow Pas 1 -da h Mw sates weba ne avemeter ema diA,.

FPr COLdO a" O I!P.
Hicks' CAPUDINE Is the best reme
dy-rtbev the achtg sad feverish.
m Wear the eoM and restores
oral. eormdtle. It's lquld-eectts
a-mdlatily. oe. tiae and see at dru

Wat advertltsln t a or whle
you an harness, sad with which y
au dritv your lans a purpo
to any desired dut*eatt e
If We printed statkmery you want
ohe ISa oLee ts to place to t It

The Bread, Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritious. The
inest flour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked in the
"purity fashion," make our
goods the most delicious it is
possible to produce.

Pdl beavy atr diaer?
wed? DMer asMe? o
swy? Uver naes waksng

G. S. Merchant & Co.
mtewer. and Jebbere in

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
HiRhet market pris pad for Chieken, E and etbe* PduA
A Comet tOek of Hayr C. Oat. O PVi, Ba. eaML Cott
set Mnl md Ry9 We handle oly the Vry ea goods
at awedat Priem aOd guartee oesatas alasy.

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Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Men, Women and

Children in the New Styles for

Spring 1909

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B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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Returning, amvie Gainesville .. ............,.

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O HETo the Voters of the Clty of lae
; -- a candidate for City Marshal.
Has Wo and L t M for re-lection on April 13. 1 have
served the people ta:thfully and efM.
Than Any Other Nation cently. night and day. and my record
is open for Inspection.
ONE TIME A WORLD BUGBEAR. If m .ervire dur,!n the peat yeas
as. s I, n atlsfna story I aok the Pup.
,.* The. the Tide Tuwid, and One Oet al... I c. 0)
e:t. aho in qualified. I can o8l)
isfertu.n Felwed Another Till ,rml.e the ant .,rvice as I have
e Was Alm t Swept Out of S l e. deavored to give in the past
ape by the Treaty f erli. ours for order
Yours for order.
The *"Trrillle 'Tii." ws i may be IIh'.\ T ARNOW.
taken etyilfyliig th i. e'.pirt- 4f thel
aoltnu,. bolds one re crd at least I take thbi method of Informlng the
wbhib be in oot IIke'y to be deprlrved public that I am a candidate for Cit)
of. He has worn anll lint more t.rt1- Marshal at the election to be held oo
tory than any other natI,.o. A rll 13. 1909. 1 respectfully solicit
There wan a time hben the msultan the support of all voters, irrespectlve
war the Ilzl'eur of the world. Evu of party affillatlon, and promise to
little children n i E:a;.and hiook Inl faithfully and Impartially discharge
tbeir s es henl they beard hbi name *#'" 'flt*e. nf tb nflice should I b
mentitlned. niid thowe Ipolle whbo Ilved elCt4. 3.spectfdly,
anywhere near him dared not call tbhir CHAS. C. WARRMN.
Urea their own. T
But nit Int the tide turned. The FO TAX AMESSO
Turk It'auti to lose. ,and one great mdli To the Voters of the City of OGala
fortune f..llo-i'ed another. M 0i
PI1u41 w*a the irst >bf bit of tbe I respectfully announce myself a
Turkihu eulnilir. to break free. The eandldate for rltv Tax Assesor for

Moors. whlo were sube.t ani sp:id-% --
tribute7 tee w xultun., were driven froi the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
tnr to (', ut, <,'-r < ,-. ,. ,...,lrl\ ;n from ,
rovin.Pe after l.nvne unt at l.ttb hsessor for four years. I am fully pre-
thileyt wpr. .I-.NI| u;t Ipn the olitairy pared to fill the olfficeas u my record
kiniim ln ot r (r ti:l:t.l ; will show. the city assessment hav-
The I;t Mle,.ori-hl kini: to rhl;n in Ing been Increased In that time from
Plalln "n;.! IIo.slhil-'I. 'l:a. or llo:sile a little over $600,000 to over $1,000.000.
dil the f'nluliky. In 14'2 I'ern!lin:ndl I was prevented from running for this
aI:d Il i'll:.. the kills ar.l ll;'.,.n ,If office last year on account of sickness.
Arcogen ap.l 4 :.tlie. l..,hlar. l :,ir n and now res-ectfully solicit your
b,'n. imilIn1rvl, I :he he dto1 rre'ur votes. WV. M. BRADFORD.
IHu r ary. U I l, h now f. ,.r hallf of
tlh ,im n u.' no ,ie.t f w _I4To the Voters of Gainesville:
tnh dIua'l noi.;:. '.y r f t' I|;" .T.r .,r
Ihrnd:sa.i Jo (,l h n pro ie,,.e. ,.f th,.- fI he'relby announce that I am a can
i,;na' fo.r :17,1 y*':,r 'iTh, it % .i4< t,,r:i iilte* for re-election to the office of
fro,: l.:ri .\ ,i. rI ('ily Tax As-e- or for the year 141,,'.
.\ftr.r thi :!ir l..r thurti f ilt. in th1' 4.lectlon to be held on April the

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1:th. a nd mu-,it earrir'-tly r l Fici,'.t yo
all to t:i\c ni' your vote anrd ujilli)rt
ftr tlic I( I ilien
Tharking you for your pr- t enldo)rs
Sitit. I remain. YourK very truly,
R. R. COI.o";


from u It,.' to:rhai .pp 'i uirk. ~t..i r M it hGraham Building. Eaat Main Stre h
tioo.U-.ns l- i-f -o.joior.tri- ..fIrriit-r..r Dell Phone 51. Also Long Distanee.
ai' rt he Mi r votlr 44.". ifl#-4.'4aiciatll
lii ll t- 4.r.'-L, uhlo ie, hl imen Dt I EDWARLD CL..RK
e.' ef the mijiuoi:t 1 to r t:i.mIyI v ol tu-
fle"a. rnow.'.'litsreil e id oun e oe DENTIST.
Turkot 4etit iof the coitlintr3. Inust thenii
the tsri-4ek leasers t. oleejuarrel Omlees in Graham Building, over I.andoeit ilwair fill- aunders 4 Earle's store. Phone
lowedo. The Tturk htek t th e .4oprtkroirljy No. 3L6.
to ne'ize thec' cc untsry rr e elere.-
BUt the.' Iius.t 3eres nt:dgl -ither hoIerr'so .l DsVERZ B. MORRIS.e
wbichi feolliwe,'d anra.'ed iLurioelee. ItiDR
VQ27 the TurLit sflowt wa:i tllit-rortevll
at Nult arne. 'file cirsauhiooedt lts hci-t *oE TS .
Itritaina. ra:sir'( Ianid lRus.ia tli-k 1,:irt
lit the lciqw'raotion.
Its l" 4;rvvivc' :unc nkseoleevlrloL.-1 w O C0 e ov Ge Lnesvir i Nationsal ha.
a free' taud uoeloi'-nenslt Liki'odom.-it,%i l IPhee 200.
a king 4 0f1 11 ,44) [II.
leweuvr ie.ha 0-eoioitiry 1IX lot,"mhi. D', IJ. H. ALDERMANd.
thle 'ri'ik i.rt e Ii~ il.11. 11 t&.o I j,o 9
IlOt? hoe 1 tofl 211:01' ci~s oIolelre' Ii, liii ('i
1-ar too o w % itai'% e iDpit, Il lit'll
nloe 'no' Ithan 1:1 II :0 imi d %i.n .q 1 %I 1 i2.%%1--1D N T1 3 r
1 N : lfter MA r i r.!e.iI i,,Offce over Duttton &A oL 9" As
Ttirk ht1,4i ho:l tort ti i ;o .', i I o. 41-1hocoo u. cainesile. w i a
The' NI."'1-roi r-ool A e hi tr W E BAKk.H,
lIni~ li. te' [roe t'vi t -, f A!l....r- il' 00
1. t,,. -.%% : -- 0.11 tn- idi-1.0woUk't he ir "'i/c' ATTOrNc\ K AT 1 W
rams.. ti ol ol' r..oh i?-4' oe e 4
stoi "I .' ee i. '.ti~o (A1NESVIL..JY. Alachua Oo.., PU
f 1e '.0! .tile.ton Ia' Hloek
FER V.e I e D Lo.rYEl
Loope i I:ii rif '' I-Irele. vol' ArO.E AT LAW.
fo..,,~I...e -r. .' el..; IOi,
Ii'. o Can gell 3 ot sity property. (im.
he- i! proved and un'imroied), phosphtie,
rueking and farming lands. Send hun
I*n a list of wLa you ( F..rfursale. 2162w
AJ A. CARI.kedE,

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And 144,.ol.1uo In I.quity

ResaYotast. ('o e-ysn't gari d (tf'n.
ona 'ra 't-.or 4 I 1 to e61 jIre-m;1
a1t.i 1td )to titet.#toit.114ev Su
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In Which a Resident of Alahi County WM

he Awarded a Beauiful Howard Pian, ad 1

Certificates Valued at $3,150.M Furnished by

The Bush 5 Safferd Pian Co., Sole Repre-






The Contest to he Coducted by THE SUI in

Behalf of Bush & Safford.


One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
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II addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $4->ll Howard P'iao, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initiall luaynieit on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given inl this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To th lirta s rce ith seuta sW h. a ds Iw wb i .......20.
T te irsecd six reciwi ht ast O hi s vte. a M fr ud f ......... $75
Tob e Itetat sixh ioesiesxtvet, a i ifrw Lub far........ .- 81501.6
Tlese due lills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will IMe given each of tlio.-e timing.

How and Where to Get

The following rnitrc'htit- wlll give oine' ut'
for etery ('celt Ilild liwIto hir I -t a a li.bhumi rta for
goods wbich tbhey bandle:
The Gainevelle Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Itallot t 'eet will I,*b fori d in the e-ta;,lt h
ni l it. f the r. r it ,;lIa Ki:-gi. u i % s . u ll etle **. \. t, l)t l' IInat l l','i t ,* 1 '1i. t' ol
to the V.o tiio. C (..1t.t l D iartie, nt of Th. Sun,
Gaun. .-\ ill*, F'lor..l..

Rules and Regulations
1. The contltt Is open to anyone living In
A14A hua county abo is known by the conductors
of thrc (iconhtet or touchedd for by iaue reputable
pler~oi. to thom well knwnu.
2 .o (.*I4) Ilo)) e. attached or relative of the pro-
Irtor.s of the aboten ranmd firm are eligible to
l..prt cipat.e nu thin coutesft, and sill particpate la
iio ihaoisi-r
:t. In the \vent of a milunaerstandlin between
caniidate. or ,tthcr lIitrtere*ted in this iontet.
sui h coiotrovrre.y may be rlefrrt-d to the con-
du( tor of conitet,. who alone are the Ltrsons
qualiild to reader decldloon.
4 In the event a candidate decides to with-
draw frlom the race, uch candidate will not be
hallowed to traiulfe r votes to the credit of asuohw
(lunaidllate in the C(..Utlt

1. 6 ** e:I'I.#-r New tCbocrltera
$1 25-Three months' subEcription. ................... 400 votes 500 votes
$2.50- Six mnoutls' suLbcription .................... 1,000 votes 1,200 votes
$5.00-- One y( ai's buLscription ....... .... ..... 3.000 votes 3,500 votes
F'r a tlub (f five one-year sl.u r.-t:jti ( ) ...25,000 votes 30,000 votes

F~ra cdii'of t i wu. ., ni j.ii

) .25,000 votes

30,000 votes

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.. 4,000 votes
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ng votes by candidates or friends w thin the !tor.s
dstributin votes is undes-red by the proprietors

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M- m ev yWN woru.

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Oeel IM aofeW a".

ir ari. Miller & VIal.
. Ta-at's sale will lteret yee.
mqBams em. for thatch $1 for
C. J. MiRso. City.
I I .Re of Uve Oak l
i the viators to Ci ety.
L W. W. Hamptom t Iterday
r it b hbesa top to Olei.
- 1i ms Wes. Wild Wit
f I d h" aftmm sId .smisht.
V W. L iak o UIrotIam s b
r, s tofU S MM. r. M. OBI-

I Agt v y at MNe -

eL dm 16 teto am OTUM
a i le I* of TI s was
Or iae |-m. a brieo shpo

emeMent D9vis & Otver

tt ^-
ml ureblh wIO Neet at o'edk

s -e -W t. satere des promptly
*ssmant mdI aln ai. It
r nt 4'st t? Ied i tto
fMeW---teya empty a at&a.

I 3I. 3mehas r eoued froma
whereb hao bhe for the
weeks ban sses amd ptes-

SaIIAfby. Smmenl manner of
iek- C ompamy was
bumiemas I the city yes

I C. P. hares has gamw to
wherm he evet to remain
agot few da ys as prouetomal

IrN. promise entire *aistale.
to who emd their perform-
In Obeeville this aftermoom

Ista H. ptmem departed ye t

r- eolaa. JkU drulto l ell
I J. A Caklem e. woe st
for the eaet few days as
S Umrs. Al tez.
I. P. Ark.d has recently te
*em a visit to St. Leo. at
p b he IN coeducling a series
t a dtrus fruits.
Uttle ry Rlisers. the
SpIlls and the best pills
o to taken an act gently
Oataln. All druggists sell
mend them.
J. A. Crtise has gone to
LArk. He went I the
det a mwa ters would phve

I h rI aumati. m Cd wille
About three weeks.

egrAt-ela M ors Tevy e s> I
aOr u. s tesL MmMl ( ciseur
Il 5Au. *0au 4 br sJ drumtau. mc
~tse**pnst ear ubeUtume.




ies, Wagons
ad AI Toems

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J. Mama Invite Pble to Call rad
-m o No w No S eool
We have Just ercled a fnin line
of Kireebbaum's clothing conesiatinl of,
maere. aInnels. and wonteds In all
the latet shades and ptyleg. and we
would be pleased to have you call
'rood and give us a look. We will
ensure you that the quality, workman
sip,. it sad prices are right. Theo-
celebrate Kirsehbaum suits ne-er
fall to give satisfact on--once worn.
always wor. Come and see os. e en
Of aot ready to buy-we take great
pleaIsre a showing our goods. You
wlU always be treated right at our
store. Always ready to serve you.

W. W. sruce of talrbanks visited
relatives la the city yesterday.
Good gente horse and aie rubber-
tir bagy for male. Apply to J.

Altratlos made. elealng and re-
1 aies doae as short notice. Bard
a MI.. 3 W. Maml street 8.
Mrs. T. Kelley sad two chbldr
of Praire Creek were In the city yes
tea om a shopping expedlttio.
PlhUk's Chll Tmle to goarated to
a ifNevr. colds med lagrippe.
Prim We. ad byW M. Jdoaki
Prof. RL WIitms of Bell was
bu rr' O -rl -- naoo
with the ecoaty superlntendet's
Prof. L H. CoIler o Rochelle, print.
eipal of Martha Perry Institute. wa
tr-retla busiae In t he city Sat-

Set The Beet-It pays to use Blue
Ribboa vaatilt e et. It's absolute-
ly p .re o te a far, and the
Savor Is perfection.
Prot. J. C. Witherspoon of Fort
White. who has been spending a couple
of days in the city visiting his wife,
returned to that place yesterday.
Mia Janie Smith of Fellowship is
ao ng the visitors to Gainesvllle
While here she is the guest of her
eosin. Miss Tirsab Witherspoon.
C. W. Summers, member of the
Board of County Commissioners, has
arrived In the city to be present at
the regular meeting of the board to-
M. L. Ollmer of Clark. a former bell-
cord yanker of the Atlantic Coast
ULe and a popular gentleman, was
greettla his numerous friends to tue
city yesterday
Chas. Nixaon. principal of the Fair-
banks school, wasu the city Satur-
day. He closed the school there on
Friday and states that a very success-
ful term was held.
Parners. mechanics. railroaders. la
borers rely on Dr. Thonima' Fl,.ctri-
Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts.
burns or bru ies at once Paln can
not stay where it is uUtd.
N. W Malphurs has returned froti
a short business trip to Jacksoun~ill.
He has some contracts in that city at.
well as here, and his time Is \.inly
divided between thl two ilaccs.
Plve-room cottage to rent on block
adjolnlng square. formnurl) occupied
by W. L LeGrande; city sat(r. clec
trick lights, sewerage, bath. and all
modern couvte ences. AIplai to Mrh
H. Hi McCreary or Sun office

When drunmiuatni ra'ilv:,so its1-1
ullm4- 4out of thIlumr wIio g itI .u
ho(til fto -iit'iid S~utd.A 'si4ol I 4a11l'.I-lt k
'in it 1k-lng far, 04o' ~ ;1%a's sI--
The Biriplo-4ldl gIt-1ti Iret i- 41 1.1A 1,ofIt1

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Each Day Notes a Difference in Our Growth-New Goods, Bet-

ter Goods and Right Prices Are the Prime Causes.

WLUM in the Past Has Be GI--WILSON'S in Future Will e Better

Fulard Silk Suits Just In
Beautiful Foular d Patterns
SPECIAL $51.56

Shti J rqud
This season's most beautiful fabric-very
silky. Others ask 75e--ours 6

All colors-A beautiful wash falbric

Wah Sits $3.48 to $22.50
Elegant Linen and Linene Suits
at............ 83.48. 3.18 Im 14.11
Beautiful Three-Piece Suits, elegantly
braided and perfect-fitting..... 16.16
See the Beautiful Braided Net Suits, just
new and very stylish effect-the latest
cut in coats.... 15.1,. 321.81. 322.51

egos PONE 1. ..

Suits cleaned. lpresid and repaired
Proper alterations made accurately
and promptly. Ikard & Ellis. 223 W
Main street. 8.
Mrs. 0. G. Battle of Albany. Ga.. is
among the visitors to Galnesville and
Is delighted with the city. She is
stopping with her sister. Mrs F M1.
Mrs W. E Dow and little son. Will-
tam. left yesterday for their home at
High Springs after having ~enitt the
past several days here visiting
Robert Adams of Ocala is among
the buslneta vilstors to Gaineos ille
He states that the Ilrick Cit;y is lit-
ly and that much impro lltemiet i
noticeable there'
Mrs J M .Shelton of Lake City ar
riled yesterdayy to spend a short stile
Smith rel.atliti She wa acscoliiiail latid
by Malt.r l)uk. Trub). who hai-
(t n *11 iritiIIg the r,.
tHa) e n.,\,ral piano, for sale at
hlrgaini ipriv amollg thiiI anl
Etv" I rightt in a black lI
a'v. "t lie-ffortr .ou lbil) a piaino ge't liti
1i i .*'- \\ I. lill
1. Sl i. l.1,ilA of .I.,t k-o11 i ll -
a I, lttor to lt he i t' 1 iit 1 .i i i th. r
l Ill,.t M r Sti pi,..aii i lio w .&- .1 lii .:;
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Entire new linesp Whiite anl dolon-l D) -rE',, in all
!Ie" from I to 14 yearS. Nickly na.lhe amid ekleantly
trimme'l. P'ric l from .... ...... te tS." ra F

New Val. Laces Just In
The most extensive line Fine Laces. Em-
lIroideries and Fancy Tirmmings in city.
MuninE Pf..
Has proved a winner. Have you seen it?
If not, ask to see it. 15c Td.

Wed Suits $15 to $27.50
Just the right weight for your summer
"going-away" dress. They are the very
latest styles ain elegantly tailored. Priced
from .................. 15.80 to $27.5
Our( an* all new andl a.- .-t I. valu)e, a. 'an IN- il. in, in
anly -ton.. Mo<,lratlyj rr 1l. Altr'.l anI
Irtarsntt l,, to fit.



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ftch ansertlon, but no advertis-
ment taken for less tna 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines.
every word over each six could ting as
an additloral line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders for inser
tlioa In tLis column.


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