Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01298
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDh.*OlIAY,.AOj


T'S RETURN


It e Would Not Have

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tat has bed
lie mansion
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during the 1.
House of
plery witbl
i be used
Mat Taft, h
9e the sise i
joosevelt. 71
Ma on the
, with three
lr that they
mdy on Mr.
p extend eati
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lnet, a natl't
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SOlfford PI
Judge Coo
, and w
t Taft wa
I by his cabinet'1
I the Chambe .4
laigton. He is p
Ment %bo h as
1 House who I1,
i ceremony. I
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1. It Id in -n
I to launchlfg"
w parade or a i'
be way of the PI
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rife I, Taft t
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I to gK.I in the W
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bigger gan he
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WILSON, CHA$ft WITH KILLING
MAN IN NIf CHARGE,
RR& AED.

Alex toephet ttad e His Illuetries
Name oeed by Ceming Out, ut


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Iinthl


OtheMr Wm left in the COld. A --
olBeer, at least, this was far from WASHINGTON, D. q NV, 1L-- foe maibr Of ye
t" troth, for on one occasion, after football hase dalulalet i6tim Log1I Ovw* (No m
Uyl In Tain to get Sepfe0tary Root The Second wsM of the oircwlt In Armber ChrislWe. the iem-. e, (h1 ._0
to the 'phone, knowing that he was Court conveid $t 2 o'clock Monday o eft half-hack ofl th VhUr Wi % h6
At his desk barely four hundred feet afternoon., ptat t to adjouraunea Vtf team, who. uiU7 toS W MII"07 ImSs
1t ant, the President sent a mes- of Saturday.r the im with Georetow U tlvt. Wfl 'W VOWlW
~ager for him asking an interview, Jude Wla RanmeyM. OtCrk Sawn In ay aij tftle wa (ak wev k
)!fy# to receive the answer that e t Wilees Other eoicers were h t at Ge town UnohLIv 1.I"
cretary of State was busy and their places when tlhe lour anoS. o pie utaday qtg t re h o
sld not see him. President Taft's the openl n, 4 the flollowln jir) 1wa taeaIo I kulitgel to r html
ttios to his cabinet has not been w sworn: As w 1a m lsetd ih .< '
S developed. It has been goener. P. H. Dke, ltcr w to opretrral m J. wM.B||S8I
ally believed that having chosen a owa ates
cabinet of lawyers, hblself a lawyer, C. Parrish, 5. a. lL M.H.am Sa h* i l stirred by th
his administration will be statute- ter, W. P. Shettleorth, C. W. h the .Dittlet orosem has swtt
one. That he is dlsposd to tand tr. H. WD W Ti ,T ato. W. P.w .
by his cabinet may be interred from 40ed. B. N. 8U4 Cauthoa. t t ia WV b to mlam e t l
SomospicuoUp endorsement of The court -havhg overlooked 6 some Itw in of to e m t gheI r NM
Ualier in his controversy with records, a speal vn in the 1 t are o thte h ae ad to M t1le 'l W i
M lSTI and nPlchott vs. Clarerw S a"t. ch a rgeta d wt" am s P O bm
Wow that the installation of the murder, was eNeed. The cm w Ity gad ladtereae (alowtig the As Tho t.
ea cftiv and his cabinet Is complete. re e .fteSa spetato ven reme re d t t
soon to be followed by the beginning table .Tuesdaym wrt Oek c Mo "ly. t ^N
t the Congressilonal session, Washing- The f llowlag ases were disposed
ten will once more attract the atten- o eaHs o eldM
teo of the country as the arena of State vs. Sam Williams, eag pe ly. Mi paets Mr. .
the greatest political actty, or. at liquor; defendant arraigned ab plad Audew Christina. aNo hm brother
least the most Important In this ed guilty. No Iutl. a lwao teoall "e e, W. WIth MI Al .p 1
hemisphere. During the last ten Sat vs. Ale tepe l when the 4 m. e
liquor; tried byjury sad def*dag d to b O apet we001 <0 "A AS an
year great changes have taken la equor; tried by .jiury aid o w 6 i tS teV a tif
Aound not guthy. a 90tplag I1 tile tii Chapet
in the setting of the locals of govern gully. dayammW NgIIs 0 1jlt bo Vpol 4
meant. No longer is the visitor die. Allen ohrk ala WaI WiU hiPM $'T1
Iame breaking and t Oeld n *6 -4 'Po ef the. "m
embarked from the trains at the old on lops e14
Sixth Street Pennsylvania station "yor and foud ; -il .


tsad en vaence by any In the world In the ease of "the Stet W gUsa M tilllh S su TtW S a ImstdS.S t



Nte ptalace near the Sonnae and the vs .Joes^ n to a M a to b ttdo th e ^?T
murder, the case was c um d the get te_- -- bi. nu.s. mia
mie a lpa n the capitol by the cthemnt wa o taea lat o 'b.I t 11 .. S
Macnventrnce are nyes with the t in the cas o the State vs. L I. Oewvstow Athimle eieelatols4
areaiance of two new immensa mar- Wilsonna "ehm"telm 1,1l


the doee buildlns for Seotr. and tion of defendants' atteoer Plee Semi "d to h
h asentaUppeo Icn ahine eo rt ad)oarned to e'tdek C~ reew Ne.b's slal J i y la me ther' tlS
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days, and Itf anyone do so they will
not be paid for the same. All who
atted the Institute will be paid
for full time, and in reporting these
days, record the average attendance
for Wednesday t6r Thursday and Fri-
day.
"I am Instructed by the board to
order every white teacher in Alachua
county to be present at the first sea-
sloa of the Institute on Thursday even-
ing. I hope you. will cheerfully
comply with this order, Just as much
as you would any other order given.
Do not ask to be excused, as no ex-
ncse will be accepted, unless it be
for Providential hindrance.
"It is vitally Important for many
reasons that all attend. Many sub-
jects will be discussed, chiefly as to
bow agriculture will .be taught In the
schools, as well as many other live
issues, and exchange of opinion will
be very beneficial."
Dyspepsia Is America's curse. Bur-
dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspep-
sia every time. It drives out impuri-
ties, tones the stomach, restores per-
fect digestion., normal weight, and
good health.


Pure Whit. Lead
wined with rutwo Nod'4 e ts kri ght dmm Itwo the
= 1. ai iC, awoa Pu4oftw w i). That
wya Kiur purr. wh~tb lbad amnmd U 4 dLImakpiscoo.
nowcal p~ilit-It weesst
-Cut this Avriadieat out and sedfiM
Iton thew .u' r~sb.low (it*Askfn I1*
fnuting tOutfit N(% sTewill send'.&U
you"Vmmy-ving in~v&tAuathunaut \f .
psf;4Uall flhterm awctne"aitd

NAM~ONAL 1LEAD C% mANY
IIIl=-r w No


AT THE MTHNOOIST CHURCH.
Two Wees' Revival tarted at this
Plae. of Werhtip Sunday. -
Many of the (Chrstan Ieople, rs.
gardless of deomnaston. were ton at.
tendance atthe Prn Methodist church
Sunday to lauteh a rUligious crusade.
which has. bee stated by Re4. T.
M. Christian. a Georgia evangelist,
who has made a great ucemss
throughout the country in his work.
Mr. Christman. who bears a very a
propriate name, to surely a Chritian.
as Jdged by' is sw'n of S a
night, when he readired a mrot ap*
propriate diaeoorae on the text of 1.
John. 3:3: "And Jesus answered sad
said unto him: Verily. verily. I tay
unto thee. except a Man Is boIm aaln
he cannot sees the kingdom atf od."
Mr. Christian was greeted by poe-
sibly one of the largest congrgatlas
ever assembled In the Methodit
church In this city. He handled We
subject with the deepest Interet, and
at the close many felt better for be
lot there. The speaker Is pis es
of a persoiiality which must sO1laUd
attention, and there Is no deI0 but


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Cor n nand 44s.

it only P0n,

'011 Bottle, V
lit propo1rOd~
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teat his WWII mm' WWbe tiLt
"M o"sImkSoaft esiNewby.a ad IIt oy. aim thte vw
be kWp up every fay at *hm on bs


Mho Vs Ilulah. kku A
toe two weeks I
Them g o Ians e dtis he to ..... 4-u
palm. MAats m41 wvWkmI wu..:..
ti'ue4 total
PiiL D6 W emnIsb ISqlsW sast.ages



Irbnr Ykbur ka~tt ~~ ~~tsr Metle~ Mllags. Reshelle?
o tm rweft. He Is iaclewillAD",e -r0 6 so a $, as1t 00
shags of Owe esrM forther o o ow**N~ffq
Ws incatly eet al M te Wgme'Olo sRmPl.AbS..~
PWOWeSaMhosimar lhole"Y this mook Via Al"sOl^ M A. *sh.oo..
soos at thePvi ehdtoerb
noe hoer t* meeting Is Sqe~ b stu usIe.
just se-halt hnur earlier tM ere heKiss And* KiebleudAb"4w
re. MR.I H. LPPHVIM, Pfr L
DeWRIt's LAU* eMuirKamre'-t aft s7
*ate. pton"WY little livr pils"D

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no" 1sedatwo bo it stk opsalafThu'rs, Nov
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Alachua County Friends


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We welcome you to the great Carnival in Jacksonville from

Nov. 22nd to 27th, and extend to you a cordial invitation to

be our guest for two days at any hold that you prefr.

We Will Pay Your Railroad Fare to Jackuivl

and RETURN, including a delightful ide "In the Taic "

seeing Jacksonville, the g tet city ic &e South,

All we ask in return, that you it our beautl a

rooms and become one ao our many uti& ed cugomen We

are Facto.7 Reprsentatives for the EIf U Imit MJ btrs


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F Tbursday I
,wo parsCPU


jr cases are IM,
04nt Ocala M
Pterm Of cli
10ID that city I


oys betw eaf
arrested
eSPet.
electric
t that city.

the Rev. tLe*.
began a
in Tampa.
the asupl
*iurch.

Meeting w -
Pat Myers
J. B.
Come to a
Iful season.

alid to be
a In White
report a
crops he
se want of ral&

table that tl1
mal Water aB4J
ifll establish f a
Soon for the
e Springs giR86

b G. Smith of J-,
itake her life o01
i second time. "
The kitchen foO*
the gas jets ta1Oi

ay, a wealthy re1
mucola, commlttel
* on Wedneeday,.
teg himself th"g
i health is aopl1
I of the rash al&.&


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a may be completely
sd if properly treated. We
'~1 that we positively guar-
W-ompletely relieve indiges.
tYp4pAla, or the medicine used
the trial will cost the user


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has been named
Tablets. Certalnt)
more fair, and our


*0tild be proof positive that
Hi]apepala Tablets are a de-
hI s remedy.
ch as the medicine will cost
ls If It does not benefit you.
-X youe who are suffering with
or dyspepsia to try Rexall
Tablets. A 25-cent box con-
oli gah medicine for fifteen
treatment. For chronic case.
ye two larger sizes, 50 cents
41.00. Remember you can obtain
kMemdiea in OGainesville only
i t -The Rexall Store. J. W,.
.& Co., corner East Main


bm United States to attend the


the 6th, was the record
li d this season for the num-
SpDM1seogersn carried on the St.
ant Gulf railway. One
one hundred and fifty peeo
their fares on that day.

real estate men of Lakeland
a hard time trying to at.
Ut s he wants of their customers
the many people who are con.
ll sming to that town. Large
S lead are being sold ever)


Chamber, a negress, was ar-
Sy the police in Pensacola
4y night and the next day was
erred to the county courts for
S O the charge of badly beating
Mitle girl of Ed Peeler, a well-
a citzlen of that city.

'.7.Te Is a mammoth lemon on ex-
W In West Palm Beach which is
Inches In its smallest diam-
E and twenty and one-half inches
As lapg way round, and weighs four
The fruit came from J. T.
a place up the Toxahatchee
Saear Jupiter.

grngd jury in St. Augustine
ba en busy ever since the circuit
b convened last Monday. On
a~9weday it brought in twenty-three
h llfasts, and on Thursday four-
S*additfonal true bills were found.
competed the work of the grand
sand It has been discharged for


Ste City council of DeLand and the,
o rd of Volussa county have
an appropriation of $300 to
toward the general expenses
ed In making extensive
a for the entertainment of
to the Florida duca-
uAolla~tlon, which meets In
ritmg the holidays.

ty dIagoy as the steamer S B
So Fort Myers was coming up
"ltFer loaded with oranges, It
that she was too heavily
M ad Ij all probability would
agumething was done. The
i siaon, which was pau -
00 t ttee. went to her as-
N W as the ropes were
i nt te bawannee weat dows.
aa fbowes of oaa** ee

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s yPartis da leea.
ggtgased by a tee day for
*i-bWr of huatli part)**
eity early yetrrday moranag
is the wsods Quail are
be ge. uBf(ro' In se o*
g enr the c Sthes *** *dsr treeratd
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MEETING CALLED P"R JACKSON-


VILLE ON TUlOAY, DEC. 7.

Mills of Republican Manilae Will Be
Well Oiled and I4 to Grinding
With a System on That ate.

Those who are labortag iuder the
impression that the. Repblican or-
ganization of the State of PForida are
napping are mistaken, for the organic.
nation is very much alive to the in-
terests of the party In Florida, as will
be evidenced by a call for a meeting of
the Republican State Central Com-
mittee, which will ooaV e In Jack-
sonville on Tueeday, December il.
"for the purpose of traaasating any
aud all business that may properly
come before the committee."
The Republican party of Florida-
at least that arm of the party which
have the balance of power--have
been weeded down to a tow of the
most Influential--the majority Re.
publican ple-eaters--ad it sla remark-
able the Influence thsl crowd wields
among the great National leaders.
At this coaventlom the chairmen
and secretaries of the various dis-
trict committees, the Republcan can-
didates for Congress, eandldates for
State office, and delegates to the Na-
tional convention In 1908 are urgent-
ly invited, and the call urgen all
members of the State Central Com-
mittee to be on hand at the meeting,
or send proxies,
Considerable Interest is being maul-
tested in politics by the Republicans
throughout the State. and the leaders
anticipate a good meeting In l rceom
ber.
Hon. Henry S. Chubb, register of
the United States land office iIn this
city, is chalr=an of the Florida Re-
piublilan State Central Committee,
while Hun. Shields Warren, reeilvet
of the United States land office, l
chairman of the executive committee
of the third district.

When you have a cold the firt thing
to do is hIay' the bnwels move. DO
not take anything that may cotlnupat
and most old fashioned eng gi
do constipate.' Try Kenne'dy'S,l4|rt
tlve Cough Syrup. It drives tl Ado
from the system by a free yet 0g9int
action of the bowel-; it stoa to
cough. It is pleasant to take. Chi(
dhen like it. Sold by all drugieta.
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Bi e ian estimate roughly how
-litrogen any legume will add
s ell, i we know the analysis
mWop and the yield per acre.
1k arweOd hay, cut when the
WV e Just coming into bloom,
L to 8.4 per cent of nitro
IA dry stubble and roots on.
Imbot 1.45 per cent and tht
1.I about a quarter of the
of the hay. Hence one ton
Wrald yield 67 pounds of
which, at 20 cents a pound,
Se worth $1.40; while )the
*Ad stubble (500 pounds) would
l .N sad Sa quarter pounds of
worth $1.45. The value of
From this ton of hay,
stubble and roots, would be
S we only allow that one-
t h antrogen comes from the
e atllaUd the nitrogen of
Ub O 'e value of $7.42. which
0 a mch as we would have
1 60 pounds of bright cot*
ei 1 But we ought to get
bte t begarweed hay per acre,
weld then double our gain of
IU the beggarweed is left
g~i pad to decay, the plant food
t rdp took from the soil, and
'.ItOgn that was taken from the
are returned to the soil. If the
b taken off as hay and no ma-
are W ttirned, there is still some
ajbjp ation, since the fallen leaves.
iMd stubble have In them some
dthe o itrosen that came from the
If the beggarweed is taken off
ay: and the manure returned to the
Sumst of the fertillsing coubtitu
Sgo back to the soil.
.PertilIing Cotton and Citius.
.ltk cotton grower will possibly
Ut bi his fields with 20O pounds of
mid 'posphate, costin Sl1.60; 150
a of bright cottonseed meal,
posting $2.0, and 100 pounds of kalnit,
coming 4 cents, the total cost belng
1s per acre. But a crop of beggar-
may supply to the soil, from the
about as much nitrogen as there
a 530 pomads of oottonseed meal.
tWst we see that the cottoo
eta, by growing besarweed
eklttig ate ntrogen, reduce his
bill by more than oDnehalf.
S have more nitrgen than if
booht t 1 ual ertUlners
|il so beggarweed.
wlgrow rt be garweed It
ane Croves hurm may be doae to
Utee as well as to the pocket.
M J bwhe the te oome to
the grower ueo about as
sl I W- as e would have done
*ew irev had *ot borne a crop of
The tree aOW fruit mary
Tfk theW t il effects of too mueh
MOe b d the nitrogen tbat
**crww have been warned
i m li w the ummr ranls is tor
4a Ho begarweed, to be r*
to e so a the piSate ad
w-I toi the fall and winter. is
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Deputy Sheift J. A. t Tj
ton was In the C ty Monday.
Deputy Beac h etal that he waa
among a party of hunter from his
section last week that went to L1
Fayette county, and camped in the
wilds. The party was vWy auccese.
fbi In killing deer and turkey, and
among other wild game he killed
three bear (approximated) and other
game, which they considered a fine
report.
The party comprised W. r. Beach,
J. M. Love. J. H. Osteen. T. M.
Griffin arid Mit and Chapel Ellis of
Fort White.
Everything passed of quietly.-
There was plenty of wild game and
good sport, and everybody seemed to
be well pleased.
Mr. Beach is always the fellow to
"admit things" when It comes to
shooting, and he deCided with every.
one that the hunt was "Just exactly"
as they counted It, oly he thought
he should have had oe more deer.

A Tiny hby
Can't tell you i1 words what the
trouble Is; but if It' eomplexon gets
pasty, if It gts weaker and weaker,
loes fesh and is nroea ad peevish,
you can be certain that It ha worms.
Give It White's cir t Vwnmifug
guaranteed harmues. bels the
worms and puts the bahy t a healthy
normal coaditio. old by W. M.
Johnson.
Frank Clark to Jalkemaville.
Hon. Frank Clark has go to JacW
sonville, where he will entertain the
members of the waterways eouventio
to a speech.
Col. Clark is one of the most
widely-known men of the esnstry, is
well versed lu all things pertaining
to the good of the people, and will am
doubt make a great hit with thee
who are In sympathy with the ob-
Ject. ___

If you have noticed symptoms of
kidney trouble, do not delay In tab
Ing the most reliable and dependable
remedy possible, such as DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills. These woa-
derful pills are being used with great
satisfaction by thousands of people.
Try DeWlitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills today. Sold by all druggists.

NOTICL
The following refused and uneltal
ed freight will be sold to the hbhet
bidder, for cash. at Seaboard Air Lte
Freight Station In GalnesvllO, Mk.,
on Wednesday, November 24th, t
noon, towit: One oar of wood new
unloaded on ground. having bee em.
signed to C. A. Colelough and refsed.
This sale Is made to satitsy freight
and other charges against this ship
ment. W. M. BULLARD. Aget.
This October 2ad, 1990.

Netle of Applleotin for Tr otN
UWder Seeo n ef Chapter
Law of eplras.
Note Is ereby stgivea tht i. J.
Hoimia. purchaser of Tau Oesin
No. 881. dated the 4th day of A|-
A. 16, hbu led MM M iuIMl
In my ece, ad has made spit
for tax deed to Isue n eto
with law. Jaid certlecste l
the fonowiug deserlbed propeteW u*
sted is Alsebma .mty. eriedst 93
wit:

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ft See. I. T m *. . st. R**-Mti
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date of the t "s-er of smeek
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