Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01588
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01588
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
 Related Items
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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mi Abe" agh to prevent
llat the O ap rpriaUo bills. or
m sam- t. om at least. T hey Ig-ur
ad mey ag sa ft dInds soi because
6h Is go to eet in extra
ap March Is. nd plenty of time
tar a nmg bWer the ead of the
and ye Is whi h to esaet theI m-a-

b m m the t appropriation
X WN up LaFUlett l tsUied his
emf ipeplhrity tn the Sewate by pointing
eat the Goswermtos extravagance In
the atall aars.ic m

sesge iwre declared L&
W "mba- w a s ewaes to the
awd a ompaes of tme country for
f t ewe of te ea $4.M7 Mper
a4" Ses V0.o I do1ast know
at i m amy bOfer atits at m ew or any
aut01h itis et I might oeer here are
b no6s4 to emlbsism tei aet tat Othis
go&-1 ft i avasat. WMte I was a memw
.i !hN-..h--,e at thei ouse In 188in Postaster-
T ,soV aI"s w1 Ob to u mt
bemrnad sa bwtb ortm rhis report:
O iotisW"bumwis *te oasli that
atUwe mke be for y pa. erour

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a. trllan what they know
pik w-m. adtm ma upm
b i" ar "numerous

ae that mIhtbe built and fully
4 1the best modern style for
,.s .a- 17?-. Instead, then. of
*awpiI-m-g 2,.0.0 to rest the
at e eans A the comma year,
wy dheeM nat the appropristtioa be
at a smaller sm t bay them, and
t sother-emy 3~.a00-for their
hela& the two t-0t not agre-
gatnug the proposed ret? The de-
Winet'wlt thereafter ri2 t least
Sl.5M* per year.'
"It imo to me a n jumstlable
estrasvaanc" declared Laollette.
"to pay as as mal retail for them ral-
a mael ears almost saffcient to en-
aMe the Government to build and own
he ears. Ttese cars are railway pust.
elM. TThe Governmeat appropriates
large suam to erect postoffctee build-
lags; and It would be simply logically
earytag out the plan of the Govern-
ment owning its own postoffice build-
lags. Here It can be done at an
enormous saving to the taxpayers of
the esantry.
"If the committs of Congress are
anxious to reduce this growing de-
Mlonecy of the postaffte department.
here. I submit, is a pretty good place

IdP4llette' then submitted a re-olu-
tloe that would have required theb
Piatmaster-Oaneral to make an in-

vestigation lnto
report to the
ltadger Sernator
out of order

is of World BoH

Down for Quick

Shlet as thlwgh the ahip
OM. vting a subidy to peeasa
sI mal- e belt la the United
16 will be pawed before Coawr"s

hm ait mVos a speech
W l Ne c uTh, Tues ,

la whist he app
fuads for Ham&
tn Virgstntaia
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Beemaa Guoudmy
and Rumenr He

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Min Maude Thoma Voted the Mot Wrk to

Popular Young Lady and Present-
ad With a Handieme Cake.

(By Mrs. I. Ware.)

HIGH SPRINGS. Feb. 24.-One of
the most enjoyable events of the sea.
son was the banquet on the evening
of February 22. given by the Wood-
men of the World. lsata Fe Camp
No. 18. The ball was beautifully and
artUstically decorated, and presented
a scese of loveliness. In a bower of
evergreens was stationed the High
Springs Orchestra, which furnished
sweet music during the occasion and
added much to the pleasure of the
festivities. The banquet tables were
loaded with the most elegant viands.
which were partaken of by a very
large number of members of the order
and their friends. At the close of
the feast a handsome cake, donated by
Mrs. A. E. Adams, was voted upon
for the most popular young lady. Misri
Maude Thomas was the winner. and
received the congratulations of her
friends. The proceeds from the voting
contest will be used for the Wood-
me's brass band. The following com-
mittee had this entertainment In
hand. although each member did their
share of work: Messr. C. S. Rumph.
J. L. Grimes. Ralph Norris. Leaster
Otees., H. L Putch.
A. 3. Adams is Council Commander
of this camp and under his w ad-
minlistratl the order ha grown to
amxieng strength.

ed. Both are well-known young men.
IL. V. L, Day and three women have
bees arrested. Feewng is intense.
1Six persons were killed and mre
than 20 injured, several seriously. by
a tornado la Pisher. Ark.. Tuesday.
Practically every building in the town
was wrecked.
The power of the Louislana railroad
commission to regulate rates charged
by long distance telephone companies
has been upheld by the United States
supreme court.
All the battleships of the fleet which
recently completed a circle of the
globe are anchored in Chesapeake
Bay, where they are buffeted by the
rough weather now prevailing.
Miss Sylvia Green. daughter of iHet-
ty Green. the richest woman in the
world, was married at noon Tuesday to
Matthew Astor Wilks. aged 65. who is
a great grandson of John Jacob Astor.
The wedding occurred at Morriston.
New Jersey.
The trial of the two (Couprs aud tex-
Sheriff John D. Sharpe for the. murder
of ex *-uator Carmack at Nasiihille
citiituues to attract large lumiit-r Uof
visitors to the court room. as well a
to intitrerut t he ge-ne'ral Ipub.I. Tht. dt-
f-ti~*' has ttim hted a ith I lhie tt tinlonlt
of ) aoii t<(|' .r. a ho fired the' tltal
shot. atd t'oi Ctl uiK'r i.' nlitw gi'lU
hii lt im m 'IheF lit- ioing r (er Cml.e r
(I .at d :l al til IhII. l t ll< -. it lll it
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Cp teal io Tree loMtt.

TALLAHASSEE. Feb. 24.-The Flor-
Ida Railroad Commission. at a recent
session held In this city. issued the
following order requiring the receiv-
ers of the Seaboard Railway to erect
a new passenger depot In Gainesville:
"Whereas. on January 9. 1908. we
issued a notice to the Seaboard Air
Ine railway of a meeting to be held
by us on January 22. 1908. at Gaines-
vule, Florida, for the purpose of con
sidering the advisability of issuing an
order requiring the said railway to
construct a passenger depot at Gaines-
ville, and the said meeting was held.
and divers other meetings were after-
wards held on the subject, at which
the receivers of the said railway a;p
peared by counsel and otherwise.
"And whereas. It afterwards appear-
ed that S. Davies Warfield. R. Lan-
caster Williams and E. C. Duncan
were appointed as such receivers be
fore January 9th, 1908. and that they
had never been made formal parties-
to this proceeding, whereupon we' i -
LLed our notice dated January 2s.
It109, to the said receivers that we
should hold a meeting on February
18, 1909. In the city of Tallahassee. to
oanider the advisability of issuing an
order requiring them to construct a
passenger depot at Gainesville afore-
said. and, is found advisable, to con-
sider plans and details necessary or

proper to the construction of the ma.
"And whereas,. at the time and pblf
fIxed in said notice, the hearing w%
had and the receivers aforeMsaid .
wpared by Hon. George P. Raney, .
vision counsel. Mr. R. E. lioswell.
vision superintendent. and Mr. H. a
Thomas. assistant engineer. and wre
heard, and the matter was taken under
"Now. therefore, it Is ordered that
S. Davies Warfleld. R. Lancaster WW.
lamni and E. C. Duncan. as Receiver
of the 8eaboard Air Une railway, d.
erect a new passenger depot at Gais.
vllle aforesaid, at a point not less tha
3(, feet east "of the present depot and
alpart from the same; that the
said depot shall have two sep
rate waiting-rooms and ticket of.
flees. as required by law; that each
of said waiting rooms halll have sm
leks than 5.r'. square feet of ow
space. and shall have two water elt
ets. one for each sex. The work of
the erection of said depot to begin
within 30 days trom the date of this
order and to be, completed within
three months from said date.
"Ordered by the Railroad Commb
sioner* of the State of Florida. nla
slon at their office in the city of Tabi
hassee. this 20th day of February. A.
D. 1909." R. HIUDSON BURR.
"~ha mea.
"Attest: S. E. COBH. Secretary."

Governor Glenn Day at

the Great Chautauqua

(By Mrs. Elizabeth Smith.) ture felt It was priceless in Its way
and cannot but uplift
Wednesday was Governor Glenn day At 3 p. m the Lady Washbiagt
at the Chautauqua. and long will It Quartette delighted the people with
some very flne elections. Miss Wal-
be rememnwred. for well may the tom. one of the quartette, gave a
Southland be proud of this greatest humorous selection. and Miss Wal
of God's handiwork-a noble Christian bridge, the wonderful whistler. agals
gentleman. His grand physique and pleased us with her wonderful bird
thrilling words make all pause to ad- imitations. her imitation of the carS
being almost better than the bird I-
mire and Itsten. self.
One of the very bepht lectures in At 3:30 the audience shat explctant-
the hole C(hautauqua course was the ly waiting for the first glinipse of Gov.
one gihen bv lDr. Wirt lowther at Glenn. and when the' gr:and aid noble
10:30) a. mn yesterday on "The Art of man api*.ared all lhearl:, ,-nt dows
1eing mThingse-Drd Lowther has all tiefore' hint After IDr lea)th.'r In a
e K ThinK" Ir lowther has all ,~..st ('ordial inanuier. aft.r ra'uing
the Itrllivllatim", that o to make an ma1. fl;ttl,.rig blu t 11 eld*-red
orator. and fore-iost among the.nl 1 Iordi of I.r;ti ., intr.ili.#-il hiInI I thb
tllhe lin i ltple.talt nliat lier i Icf ; lo't e ii",.l ad ,, ,..l l grald.
m.iell," : id till No .l.mge.r | IiIltl though imnipr.onli.ti. talk on il h.r.'aracter
hearing ah.>t he sat s. as #e%# er% 1 l ,l oo.. e- -r' nlit' .l .l iil rawP-
Is dilIinctl v articuliate l IdII l r orUir tr u ln re. I ;I ..I i. full of IKHAd IthimKg. thiingc. ni.. f aorrd thr .-r. tlir m m a ie' badl
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Teew -W MalThei
mad*e o lwe" Sunday.

I t o ast tow r years ms place
t t sta e oa Florf ia haa had t such
Sa g tit h "alhy growth as has
I lebee rm a kable.
ntae the mumeeOm mprovemets
-gy he matged the e.atablmant of
se~meph" oftamnsement.
i Mi attmetlo manner and
always be& i N best hape-a place
aS d eh peon& ea with propriety
S adNi eM Io WtMe Iimrea of all
am be a mowed fa ead. SWbh
a ow b tshe setrlM Thiatre, where
-t mad best aOf vwlg pictures
a 664l"f o a s ami m. Tak.
Sw eta S met af va ts.re to the
W Mad tvd ag mIm to be earnmet,
bWs l a e of t dad lan the
s amet Wa that gives half as
W aSd prim e admoisn.
S lista F i shown this week
wll aB de the teIt and most later.

--Don l Mi Mnstrels."
With t oamw M Weameany of clev.
of Wiled peebes who entertaln-
44 New Teo iaud0Isea m the New
Tr T b etre awof Garde, for three
MthIs othe "Deady Diale Minstrels.'
bWd h by iltliy mrsands and the
Misa Out-M PicOers' Band. will be
aM at The B rd Theatre on Thur.-
day. Maht 4t.
NethAg o stMpndao In minatrelay
g*M-i m b rel The Cottoa Pick
e' Daa4 Is a specially organized co,
te1re of solo musicians who. either on
Parade. oi oateert before the perform-
aaes on the stage. have won the
-dietlactiom of being the only colored
baad to have played In New York for
three omsaecutlve months.
The performance begins with a
mamleent SrutApart, the scene belun
ag elaborate setting iq the Royal Palm
Orotto. The ollo features, numbering
te big acts. Include Billy Kersand.,
the greatest of all genuine negru
mlastrel men; Campbell & Meaux.
character ltanWrsoators. In a scream-
tag funny sketch called "TTh Arattocrats;" Prince. the li oo inar .1.
wire wonder, and trombone ir'tun-o,.
Jim Crosby, the long talker: Motitroe
Douglas. chanspiolln l) 'llt the
Dixie Kangera' Quart.tt.. tiauld)
Jounes. champion wfl .shi- dan'-r aind
the funny afterpietc., "The I'oa-.iuu-
vili. 8it iler",' *l t lb, efitirec ru-
paay uI ctngenulal rolh.
Had Operateion Performed.
W. W C(olum has returned from
Jacksonville. wherv he- atccouiiiaaied
Homer Luve fur the purpouat uf hal lug
an operatkUA p.rfurmeu d onu the at-
ter's )e Iti ii be rvuan-mAlbrrd that
Mr. LAje had the aiUafortulwa t be
throw. agautst a tboiltr Ahi i bhad
btem left In the road at tlhbt the
hors killed. and hblmself erluu.ily ta
ttered, abuut 3. mouths ugu ih ma.
to re-a th eightt of usw uf hi **eye
that he bad th operauu per urnumed



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Our Grand Early Exposition of Fine Ready-to-Wear

Millinery, Shirtwaist and Walking Hats

As well as Special Showing of Fine Ready-to-Wear Goods of all
the new Spring models, will occur

Weesday, Thursday ad Friday, Ferary 24, 25, 21
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Large Crowd Braved Threatening
Weather to Attend Opening.
Wednesday was a great success of
the G. W. Hyde Company's first day
of the grand exposition of ready-to-
wear hats and fne millinery, in con-

neetiom with a good display of their
most beautiful line of spring and sum-
mer ready-to-wear goods.
The big store was crowded with a
peat sad enthusiastic crowd of ad-
alrers, sad the displays in the various
departments amused favorable corn-
meat from everyone in attendance.
You are not importuned to purchase.
but the beauty of the goods and rea-
somale prices make It almost impos-
ibtle to resist the temptation. and
the amecess of the exhibition Is beyond
Miss Blessling I delighted with the
first day's record and looks forward
with pleasurable anticipation the next
three days. Miss Bessie King, as
ussal. was extremely busy. and her
delight over the beautiful tailored
goods on display and the successful
way her friends were responding
made It am ideal day for her.
The big store is certainly looking
ity beel, and the favorable comment
heard was pleasing and battering to
Mr. Morrow, the efficient manager.
Death of Small Child.
The little adopted child, which was
only about three months old. of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Walker of East Gaines.
ville, died at their home on Wednes-
day and the remains were taken to
Kaaiapha. where they were laid to
rest In the cemetery.

Only a Few More Weeks Remain in
Which to Pay Taxes.
Tax Collector Dickinson* desire* to
remind the tax lpayers that they have
only a short while left in which to
pay their taxes and save the extra
expense of advertising. According to
the law the tax books will close on
l-rll 1.
Lmber Business Improving.
8. J. Gunn of Otter Creek. manage.
for the Otter Creek Lumber Comlian.
and president of the Gainesville Hard
ware Company. was transacting hu4i
nesa In the city yesterday. He is now
very busy cutting special orders ol

11me Lave I=esseL m ma em 1 elemrW11
I -. M e008 Wh Celes
The aset ooentor ofa female tae, the
weetest omile of a tfmale mouth, loses
something if the bead Is crowned with
waat hair. leant and ftalig hair. It it
now kaewt. Is caused by a parasite that
burrows Into the scalp to the root of the
hair. whbr It Mape the vitaUty. The lt-
tie white sales the germ throws up Is
burrow ag are called dandruff. To cure
dandruff permanently. them. aad to stop
fatala hair. that erm must be killed.
Nowbro's l'leclde. an entirely new re-
sult of the chemical laboratory. destroys
the dandrut serm. and. of course. stop@
the falling hair. and prevents baldness
Gold by leading dranAst. Send Me. Ina
stamps for simple to The Herplcide Co.
Detrotit. Mich.
Two tsM-- e ceta mad iWL.
J. .L Bedlord & Co.. Speeal Agt.
If you have found aaythiag see if
it o adva Uad in the Wet eouma.






GaiM vk FMrnure CL
GahmeeIlle, Flfie d,

Miss N. Norton

Novelties, Books, Statoio)
SoveDirs, Sheet Pictim
dad Pitore Frames..


Li.brty .* l

Breads, Cakes aIW

Flakvry u-- an- f j.n I-Ard toeg
vt~iW4hjo at )our 1,j.)r ret r) gjj.ruIDS5

R.T claaimr,Prup. Pilci d1s










Largest Stock of Men's Clothing



Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

$10.0 to $13.50 $15.00 to $11.00 $20.00 to $25.00

$6.95 $10.00 $15.00

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.

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-r A*ared for One Block
jog* Iiet Peosibib Time
R Can e MDoe.

SeetUng of the Board of
W -tS was held Wednesday
^^ -i |Iof further arranging
0 -iPOg of East Main street
lf other special matters that
ro the body, the city sur-
S-- structed to at once make
f the paving of East Main
gamone Liberty and Mechanic.

S- ame as the survey can be
ft board will advertise for
g lowebt bidder on this work
the contract for the first
Sftiret paving of this class of

is be hoped that this will in-
M do eodeams about the square to
aw wise amplee of these two
property owners, who de-
SBpt down the work regardless


oisreh Wedding at First Iap-
1 0Wednesday Morning.
4 the prettiest church wed-
.- this city for some time was
d1 Wedaeeday morning, when
rtlie Mae Carter was united in
b~J Sod., to Mr. Luther M.
at 7:3 o'clock, the Rev. S.
5i e performing the service.
S1.. rebh had been beautifully
by loving friends of the
ml d presented a very handsome
pretty appearance, flowers and
being used extensively in
pmsa ,ment.
11. Miss Belle and Hall McLeod
as power children, each carry-
a aket of flowers. the little Miss
M white. while the boy carried a
ba"ket with pink carnations.
S.1bri e's sister. Miss Julia Carter.
', as maid, while the best man
o h r brother. M. M. Carter.
SIn Ca~rter looked lovely in her
Sogbs8 suit of blue, with hat to
wrylag bride's roses with 111-
9 of the valley, and the groom look-
M4 l beht In the usual costume of

"dIsg the strains of Mendels-
I, Wedding March the happy pair
M tdW Ip the aisle to the large
0 i heater, where they were Join-
4 1 Is wedlock by Rev. Rogers. the
v: le Orchestra playing a flower
f. t during the ceremony.
SL I. Wilburn and Earl Kelley acted

A t the ceremony the newly-wed-
d Iad ple departed via the Seaboard
S' l TAU where they will spwnd the
0 der of the week. but will visitt
Soi -y on their way to their future
am Ia louisiana, taklrg in the,
( Gras festivities at New Orleans
Sproceediang to their home.
The bride had been a resident of
4Jl/h vme for only a few months, but
i laed a host of friends, who wish
cr mob Joy and happiness through
l added d life. The groom is a pros-
3I- btmsiness man of Louisiana


a interest Manifested Here After
Hearing First Reports.
MC iateret sMas created amiiong
Sien \'tlid> .da e\nilng when
SIews spread rapidly that Jacktson
. WS wias on fire. but ilioS.-.tigatio Iee the fact that the flam,. ,.re

WM to the. iliktv building. mil

Tl AreiCstarttel inithe. elottrical
%WihW il on ert-)th Ntrve't. iij iltl- ul
VW torY.and it %a! *la 11. tool.
60 aelacti could K. t at II I" ata'to
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booked for. but most kindly consented
at the request of Dr. DaI idson to talk
twice, and as he says he did not
bring his "encore" piece, he would
give an impromptu talk In the after-
noon. If that was impromlptu we must
refrain from saying what his lecture
was until tomorrow, as we are unable
to tell you of it this morning. We
will try to tell you later.
See the "Chautauqua Herald" for
today's program.


Occurred at the Hoseepital Wednesday
Morning of Consumption.
The death of Mrs. T. W. Dryden oc-
curred at the hospital Wednesday
morning at 6 o'clock.
She was brought here by her hus.
band and other relatives about four
months since in the hope that the
change would prove both beneficial
and healing to her weakened condi-
tion, but the dread disease had gain-
ed such headway that it finally claim-
ed the young victim as its own.
All that loved ones and experienced
nursing could do for her in her days
of suffering was done by willing hands,
her husband being with her at the
time of her demise.
She was a young woman scarcely
in her thirty-first year. and during her
stay here' had made many acquaint-
auces who %ibited the hospital to cheer
and comfort her.
The remains were embalmed by the
Thomas t'ndertaking Company and
,bhipipd to their old home in luis-
itlle., Ky,l where the funeral will be
Hicks' CAPUDINE is the bebt reme-
dy rellkves the aching and feveribbh-
es---cures the cold and restores
normal conditions. It's liquid--ffects


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Guaranteed to keep good
time for one year. Nickel-
plated and Gun Metal cases.

Extra thin model. An ex-
cellent time-piece. Gun
Metal, Gold and Nickel-
plated cases. 82.6. All
guaranteed to give satisfac-

winter in Archer. left this morning.
Mils 1iiikt ltaukiKght entertained
a few friends on Monday 'enliing sery
plehasaintly |
I Miks l'auline 'url xae, a nart. to I

nd Zuc at drug ,m, al.-iting friends and acquaint-
aDancu's hire on Monday evening

system a sue- Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the
lungs a hen you have a hackins cough
it's foolihness to let It go on and
-1' es to at- trust i luck to get over it, when ial
siten" It.sltn lardt iio,,r.hound Syrup will stop the
cough adii he al the lungs. Price t,<
rI i' ii 5c a11id $1 o' per bottle Sold by W
. i't f o ,! *oIl JotlauzI.

If p IlU hale lobt or fuund anl)tbtuo
iJo tot fail tu o-keep your eye on U!.
('l1at,~ifl, .1 ad I~t1..-mAc .C('OuID

'"r. Isaot in ISMs
-By&o l J.taj ul tE I.

I A. M. CUSHMAN, go~nt. I a CaIvim


One of the Most Interesting Features
at State Paer.
TAMPA. Hia. Feh. 24 -The exhibit
made lby the : poeriment Station of
ailneus lil at the State Fair is a most
interesting feature and has proven a
fountain of information for visitors
that are interested in agriculture.
The different laboratories in the
Exioprinient Station have contributed
to the exhibit.
The laboratory for soil investiga-
tion has sent samples of different
forms of lime. limestone and other
materials used for correcting soil
An Interest ing experiment showing
the capillary power of different soils
In the State is included.
The laboratories of animal Industry
and a granary have sent different va-
rieties of velvet beans and sweet po-
tatoes, samples of Japanese cane and
natal grass, along with numerous
The horticultural laboratory ex-
hibits different varieties of pecans and
sub-tropical fruits, such as maagoes,
sapodillas, avocados and sgar ap-
The laboratory of plant physiology
has sent an exhibit of citrus diseases,
such as dieback. melanose, yellow
spotting. Frenching, withering and
copper polsoling.
The laboratory of entanology sends
a collection of the Insect pests of the
State and some of their relatives.
The white fly and Its enemies, the
fungi, are shown in detail.
The University is represented by
exhibits from the engineering and ag-
ricultural college. A large box of
tools made by the students of the
sophomore class In engineering is at-
tracting much favorable comment A
large bunch of sweet potatoes raised
on the agricultural college farm is 1
the best to be seen at the fair.
The department of extension ex-
hibits some details concerning Its cor-
respondence course In agriculture for ,
Mr. It. F. Floyd of the laboratory of
plant physiology of the Experiment
Station is in charge of the exhibit.

Six Nights "Ge as You Pleas Rae.
How many tired fathers and moth-
ere in this town enter this race every ,
night carrynlag a baby? And they I
wonder what the matter Is. Chances 1
are the child s starving-worms are i
eating all of its food. Most children
have worms-yours needn't White's
Cream Vermltue will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the chldM. Price
X cents per bottle. Iold by W. M.

Calvin Brew Injured for Life by j
Failing Timber.
ARCHER, Feb. 24.-Calvin Brown,
a former resident of Archer but now
employed at Otter Creek. met with a
very serious accident that will prob-
ably make him a cripple for life. A t
piece of timber fell and broke his leg.
and in falling he tried to save himself.
reaching out his hand. striking a short
chisel and cutting his hand nearly in
J. O. Johnson of this place met with
a bad accident on Wednesday. In
reaching for a piece of timber he got
his hand too close to the revolving
blades in a planing machine at the
basket factory, losing the two middle
flug-ers of his left hand.
(Geo. Italiley and daughter and Miss
(Mohler of Pennsylvanla. who have
been si-lndlilg all of the present -

Steam Heat, Gas and EMet k&
Located. Service Guaraied.
W. I. KnEL IMew LL4

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S7. SON1 ML". .l BEST
MELROSE. lVb. t4.-Mr. and Mrs.
s 3.~t m Nm alm J A. Renlmel e lebra"tS their sllver
ddlu analversary on February S 19 FOR CATA j
41 mm I hWby n afternoon rwepotlon to their
1 a1 it h -- anny friends. of whom quite a crowd & & is the tMt tam t o Catarra because it s a e-
W The a we bev e a reedy for h tro bke attended. The parlors and dining room pier. It is the only meddi that is able to et dow ito
tiou and eatiwly remove t ctarrhal matter d imp uritics W-L,
it Is Im l to thtM na b weramd. It has were tatelflly decorated lith very tbetrubl A s themuco membranesandt mar e
record at growing hair sad curing handsome pink carnations and bam- d rritated by this Impure and inkected condition of the b
9b"ame i ot of *very 100 cases boo. During the afternoon delicious rema. Its dagble and dgerous symptoms ofrining nei
0 t01here aed aseeordei to directios for refreshments were served. Numerous ea, mes dropplag aeck into oat, headachesa, wati i
St w a rqm aasM leath of t.e. It will bmdome premat wert e received brmthia. and eve' ah disorders and weakened ealtb hea
S6s.a isWl evoew hrair ea bald heads. th from far and near. eatly believed until the blood is puriied. Nothian equal a
i.a t yw msip is not g and a amy. That Z. J. Wthtebhed and Jan. H. Railey pfmrap Itaro d to the y toot the b trouble w and, d m
,W m ree ae a s trong stsaent-- attended the chapter meeting at tls catarrhl matter from the Mood and enric thI s vr
d we e t be a e ville last week. th all the mous asrfaces ae supplied with autritive, health al
Ssad m It r b a~d aso O*l~ou ste. Mstead of being convts'tly irritsted and lamed by impuriti in
slhould doubt t atIl they have put Miss Ruby Scullee at Jacksonville toi. Then the isy"upto begir to pan- away whenm a& &qL
i mto On aei tol aas wtual teot. is tho ges t of Ms May Barnette. prified the blood, C htr pieraa tly cured and fthe m
inf. ni g a I We ar s we that Remll "n" The qMarterly meetoags to the Meth- g tly built p ook oa Catarrh and say mdal dv
to G Hlir T le w r ere dsr. prm odist church beM here a Saturday a8ll who writL
*g sr. ow vent bhas., stimullate the sealp sad ad ISuday wer largely attended, the e WT PhIFC CO.. hLlI
ato r Gsts, p blutag hair and grow ngraTmloms on Sunday betang pe.
h'. we p.unaefl give ou large, w when Presiding ode
....S2. Nliw r. "'l wop.o" l 81 mr e"a d" I "'w. w"' Pro/d.tac d 3
tll I- VBa .o ittl g arane to refnd every NIlpap praed two eoeqmnt sermo s.
pn n- paid a or rn "M" flRor 'W M& Larw too to Tampa fair T=E U U l IU WT K MIIT AFTER MI = i
e I oe wy i tmOe where it does om muday. Joltaei Dr. and Mrs. J. B.
S ii th Nf A. 3K Voyle of GalJasvill "vas in Bah & Safford 1he Ga ville
,w0 tlall 8 B vs at Ai "I a Tem1e iW as plea- town Moday I t the inter..P of a
Sm W, .-..-.r r water. It t0epho1 -,o PpIANO CONTESI
rt'1**L "Ar' d not The yns people enjoyed a Ash
a fw S t. have It try oa Monday night.
M ~i h i pries n md $1.**. T. A. BDrt's as dogs "ufel Bly."
SlSM I -ep to tr m "'" Har Is the happy mother of twelve pretty
4w11th u e hlas dfl ?mt o e Mrs. H. v nn Nosky entertained a
ta ft WL a A& J. W. MeColum number of ladles at "00" on Tuesday
a& Ca. rMr Bt s oad Union afternoon In homor of her guest Miss
V.N W entw. M. C. eNeeley of Salisbury, N. C.
L Mrs. A. L Crumpn sa the second ItchMag tortarta slan eorption.,
w to R rt W. Davlis Jr., o of dialmre, anoy, drive one wld. This Conpon may be cat at The Sun offe or at either of the t m
CL s d Mrs. Rbert W. Davt. lan Doam's Otment brings quick relief nos.ol with tie coatet. NOT GOOD AFTER WMARCH L
the thir elss fr ( lrl Marisans Cr- and lasting ares. rifty cents at Say
S l 4L U ry daughter olf Mr. Beery ML Curry. drug store.
bgt rat prime, sad hor the boys Arthur helpyour
Jr., ei arre aii t rw t.r In the abyfrid wi the ta e plano.p
elass of twls, M de d d ws tk pland
HUradS111 Jr.. Myrtle Satss were the winners, and
t110 wfs by the soas of Mr. sad Mrs.
I nMelllll W Geeor" MeKay of Thm pW ft am OMd MId I
f" &om. The 6sweepstakes prim fr girkt was Yu w To h Ab* lo
E .. -m.. m by Masra Curry of Bradetown.. Ti eM T. L g Dis t Syst
MujA& n- and hr Me boo bY Alber 11ayward khl
B.. a WingS, e e MaMr Prank L. Wing of m f hc cc
TUN& / i-aOa t One of the meet valuable features operating In varIlen Mm i e
m d of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform iN 0t1 f1
40~WM AO UT LAK9 JPPlOR*O. t the public generally, is our connec- meant and in their methOi d
WUONhSt iOK C R t" with the extensive long distance 3ting.
LAKE J0 WORD, Feb. b -Mr. I nes of the Amerisan Telephone and Only by reason of this 011
aind AV& debert Week.s were vil TEsL Teolgrph Company and the ther as- arrangement between the M
*a l mm ThO a ur y. sealated Sell Telephone eempanile. phone companies Is it pessMlb
mSw C. C. Morrison Is again able to lol- We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almit AM
tow th plew. Mr. Morrison attended distance lines In the seven states In. ask for "Lone Distane" a t11
me1sh ~g the Emma at the Ora"d Lodge oft which we operate and in addition can communication with almNlS l
lte 4 Ie Mas s Jacksoaville sad reports a connect any telephone In our system in the country.
x M 1 ~ s h It f time ODe e om to Bronk&- wfth llnes extending to any other city This vast network Of w1 *
p m n esU matter We are glad to we Mrs. Morrison vibl; 1at t Oabi &ad be. In which a e*ll Telephone syMtem is ing throughout the intiM b
,. me.. it-I i I i t drlvs. asd hope she has e*MiUrely ped; w to Swaaem R. epsraed. daily In commerce and SPUW
a e fe is mt, aw*ted from the evere attack of er; th to Alaua, High The long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the HI
11:6 lk aM601 W orw|s. and Wafthigtao Sprin., mel modern and Improved conetruc. citizens In all walk@ Of Of
as %*Oa brleing as I MtW Fak Morrisona Is vstim his ps Oedar Key, and all inatemd- ton and are maintained at a high plant here is an Importt
SLWi- r tht the ilod rets here. iair tate of *kiciency. The Sell system, great chain.
lag up his ground and wllU start now
firr Vm serusaes, In warmest to planting his various WILL, BAW-MILIA and FARMS h om a l Tal n a
'^ ji s, b e t gas, sour eps. He will soon have another Mesage and Answer 0
~ pm/th. heaviness after lot of carrots ready for market. Enten for Oe Price.
uP mhemllable stem- raw thy are said to be very hne for __

Wwod|keo --5-- "tnii iepmce and Telegraph Compaq
^-. ,, -,. .,, -,- .fra Jr.a seew by heoc aeness ls trla Bty
grand..ne os ..ess .. P oEffmisEt Seuijes Reas.I able ba
rie+ ing to dine-. not able to attend, and we all missed
4? sa lare ho. ud t w e expect al. visitor next week from NME B AD WOME. -
Mh f f t i It to Macon, Ga., Mrs. H. 8tamps. h8be Is ...**. l'** l&li _
_-_ __- _nOW visting her daughter. Mr L t mua.,aG..- d i.co.. Bb., M- erc a iT.
Mrs. M. 'lI-meints as sU hopinign In i s. i n s ploaS wM S RetaIllers and Jobbers InI
Hawthorn a fw days ago. q o.
last week. andthey were badly Staple and Fancy Crocer
,eql. d Grainr Garden Seed and Fertilizers

Had melancholy, probably caused by Aighest market price paid for Chickens, lEggs ard othelb P
SW. COLLUMn In. tive Uvr. A bad li t-r make.
SW. Mo _LM 6 _._ one cross and irritable. causes nutal & Complete stock of Hay. Cora. Oats. .lour. Bran.
I________in________ _and physical depresi on and may re ad Meal and Rye. We handle only tie VOry *t r
suit disastrously. liallard's Ipr rbint. at Lowest Pricee, a&d guarar tee stltfaitel ill Ia'"
*m am 0*ariuI Is acknowleged to be the perfect liver _________________--
W UCad US regulator. If your blu amid out of _- -" ...
_______________ so 't., get a bottle today. A IKvbiti[s

--"AND--- .. .. --

M ULE8 ..... -' 1 1 -1e + 1._ !A I
01. Groceries and 6ral
a.lr ajitxk Uw'a ue-r. We I&ake ri Hr
lhe priest eu&I .l' ,siu For HIEADACHIE-Hs.k.' CAPUDINE A SAFE TINMULANr, T4 'T I'E Tit I I; I
Davius Oliver tuu' ,. ,,; .. 'Apu.i.,,; A GOOD MEC|INE No Order Too Larzf
Lkl. ml *I Fui imftN |take-..t*. in.,i..,.ly Tr. it l,, ( Id MM 2P1 2 1 -
__; -it' "' at i tll drug tries

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g un The plrinigtl id Iteptbli. an .ay.- State Officers:
'Taxes- on l.achli.l.rs and IN.tiiolI f.or Governor-A. W. Ollchrist. Talla
atils (alwa*vil" 'ta. l,pil tcr. i, thi Irograml proposed In aMue .
es r a sll manerw, (the Igei,,latirre of Ne w Mexico. Will Secretary of State--H. Clay Craw.
StAfwr ad Publisher such a law Indtre lthe' men to marry "? ford. Tallahassee.
.."... ...O r w ill it tem pt the sonmn to re-m ain Com ptroller- A. C. Croom T alla-
...... OopMsnc Roomun marrild' It ',omef to cut both hassee.
%. ~a .-" Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahba-
Ma. atAN BLOCK The lIrookl.n Eagle says: "All of see.
S. Tawuarwoam us the American claims against Ver- Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
.-al.b everym rtlagoma. sIo l have INeein 'settled within a fe-w mell, Tallahassee.
Oaikyeakrrlerlathedtyor we'ks of ('atro's deiliti(on The tx Commissioner of Algrictture-B. Z.
a hS drta*********h ap~ ile of the dictator seems to have been McLin. Talahasasee
l~~" t:s..,iwet*I: $.Uthm*@ as fa orable to the foreign credit as to Supt of Public Instractloo-Wm. M.
i sP1WA ve w "wh-itly i the dmientlrc peace of the country he Holloway. Tallahassee. A .. u. .

is ta t colmmns octs a me
seaSWatfor each additimoal
Ieyadvertling made knowse

,We sum is as eight page, forty.
gss, pa ,e era lMeadeay and
a1ei allt tbe amsoofi the
ne di general, and wil be
Niha, .myay rtfd the United
or ps w .0 ayear-4a advace.
ta-mbs hbosme d* rta tar t
e tis -mt, assetherwie
10e1n0t. artne" not knows to us
topay far advetising Is a&.
G A MalvrnAM., PLA.

Irdat Iof the Standard Oil Com-
at the door of the Mis-
Ftitre. cap into hand and
i l1g lioation for partnership.
as Ima imndiate result, but it
-the business world, or that
Sjt I which trusts are domi-
W, is moving on. It was but
e r ago that these combina-
Sqpeg LIstlaatures and courts
b4n tenpt born of long year of

belle'd and almost ruined."
The Norfo!k Virginian-Pilot says:
"liHaving already re-legalized b'sll-
fighting, the Cuban Congress isi now
engaged on a bill re-establishing the
national lottery. So determined are
there patriots to prove their independ-
ence by reversing everything done by
the United States during its term
of guardianship that no surprise
should be felt if they next demand the
rehabilitation of Yellow Jack."
The Hartford Times says: "If the
Cuban Congress passes the proposed
bill to deprive aliens of the right to
own property In that Island there will
be a lot of trouble on hand for the
new government at once. Laws of
this kind may be popular on the Pa-
cific Coast. but In view of what Ameri-
cans have done for Cuba no such legis-
lation can be carried out against the
foreign owners of two millions of dol-
lars' worth of property In Cuba. If
what the Cubans want is to be placed
permanently and soon under the suz-
erainty of the United States, an alien
land law will be a good way to bring
about the result."

President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris, Key West.

County Oicers:
Clerk and Auditor- ILH. Wiesge.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L.
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sheriff-P. G. Ramey, Gala.ville.
County Judge-H. G. Mason, Galan-
Tax Asses or-W. W. Coleoa, alnes-
Tax Collector-W. D D.kIhmln.
Treasurer-J. D. Mathea s. gaiaee
Supervlaor Regiatratl -J. C. Mo-
Grw, Gainesville.
County Commisloneru-John 0.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon, Gaineville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.

o ward has the reputation of There are indications amounting al- Members House-Syd L. Carter,
sFe Et diplomatic and saga- most to certainty that the small Junta aalaevilUe; T. A. Dok, Santa FePa.
S re~ in l Europe. The u'- of leaders in the Senate, Aldrich. Hale,
r MsB recent visit to Berlin (;alliniger and Foraker. will find their G ty 0ters:
aSrm that reputation. for influt.ence much curtained after this
11 by his genial and tactful session. Foraker, ho is perhaps the Mayor Horatio Davis.
i have appreciably promoted ablest man of that all. will retire at- Marshal--B. T. Arnow.
htielag between Germany and ter March fourth, but the real cause ax AssessorB. R. Cole
W itl. It is to be hoped tho of the reclining strength of the clique Tax Coc T. B. El lis. Sr.
admeut may continue and ef- that has long ruled is the determina- Clrk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
last the mouths of the in- tion of some new Senators., headed by City Attoey-W. 8. W. Brome.
hoe In both countries have bIt n Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin. to Board of Ald Brom-T. W. s. Bu-s
is work mischief, take a hand in legislative matters.
S--- Senator LaFollette showed the DOt J. aum H. .L q(ave S.
Sleeting at Washington of rep- strength of the opposition and Its de- M. Mizsom. A. L. VidaL
of the United States. Can- terminaton to hve something to do ard of Public Work-. Tay
eio ci t c. to hae something to do CW.H n e
SMexico to confer on the con- with senatorial business when he lr. Cairman W. Hmptlo m
df the natural resources of talked Senator Hale's plan to expedite tary; H. F. Dutton. J. Baird, J. H.
wits Matriea ought to result I the naval appropriations. He was ex- id_
Wnae the question is not a o trenmly sarcastic in debate with Sen-
I Canada and Maexico as it is ator Hale. the autocrat of the Naval f a want ady. m at
let it is already a matter of con- Committee, or as he is sometimes call- for yol-l om you don't
1t their governments. Consider- ed, "the owner of the United States youdo.
0 t l0 several instances large Nav y." His language was: "I have
are within the boundaries the hardihood not only to doubt the The CUM f Many
41*0 "t of three nations it is clear divine iitrfection of the present ar- Sudden Dlin iU
111ed action by the three gov- range. nt. but to almost believe that
lUtW s is nDecessary for best r,'eults the business of the Senate could be There is a d pvaili in this
S--wel gouded p distributed among its ninety.-two mem- tive. May sudden
P tly well grounded complaint b~trs instead of being taken care of by deaths caused
that large suns of no,.v sub- lels than one-third of this body." b bylt-=-St dst
SO 11 for the Italian earth.iuake.. suf es n- Uins
m heart failure oc
W5ae, been misappropriate.d. ha%- The value of ce.' iu statistics. like o yare often
Se into the inwckets of dishone.-t all oller statistics, depends ulfIn e result of kid-
lastead of being applied to re.- their accuracy statistic's that art-e ini- I di1ntMI S
k S nfortunate viet inl.. It i. a .perf .ctly gathered or th:tt are cooked L allow edto dvanc
t that a r.'lle.f fund for ai. or Padded are worse than useless, be- thekldney-potei -
b M Ii seldom or n..r rais.d with- cause th.y are isl.'ading. This ed blood will st-
ess" scandal at slug luli 41)) 1 Imans that only caiipable and honest tack Vs tas caustagcatarr
S With its distribution Poph* e nln the bladder, bricdust or asedient in
Il be inhuman and delraut i 'lh ,,enumeratori should be selected. To the Urine, head ache, back ache, lasm
Swhouman and deirve'd idn Htr enlit as such incomiuttent and un- back. dizziness, sleepleses nervous-
ewho %lll Mal mo and pro wrth ni just to lease high offi- n5c or the kidneys themselves break
S1donwattd to helj thie tuff-er.rh 'il. or l.hellic ni'tn i u jut to tihe dosn and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always resut
SSeaithquak.s, floodIs and fire ('ouiintr ad in.(.cesa.-rily ee.i.ntiv'. from a derangement of the kidneys and
better health in that organ is obtained
t Is true that the. Kgrufoilg of Iko T'h-" I"' S Court of A|.e-al. has. af quickest bya proper treatment of the kid-
of gra hlie.r,. tbut oe. g*I 'firie-d the. dec.i.-l.n of Judge.' l.-.ke.' nmys. wmp-Root corrects inability to
"IIl u hold urine and scalding pain i nm ng it,
wisy i t c.-gie.flt to ikind it Is di li'- inKg th' -uit roiuiht h th and overcon'es that unpklut anecirit
S*~~el b fi tot t ,, hI l ,,ie' lal, ariou. land -, Where no. before- gre'r It It gl:eit Irali;tinge di-tri't to t..t the' the day. aV I to gKt up nanAy tiitbc during
% bhkh irrig.at ,s' dtm. in large' e ,. ,.,.titu .ht of th drainage tax the night. The n ill andi immediate ef
S r h1 "' l:of Swamp-Rout, the great kidney remedy
M Of(our land w le re th ., l|. un r Thi- |r>l> tl. e tt. 11.1* r I, isl ,,s realize. It stands the highest be-
ertil.. ha- re ,:inaid a hiarreii th,. t;i whi'hi nowm l ainiunlll tii ail.t -Cauie of ite rernarkahle health restoring
4 6 kecau.. ,f Ith, al ,,. orof i,.1- 14,, ,,,, ill h v. I,. l i'. l i -t, le rl 'Terties. A trial Aillcons.inesan)one.
t. Th ir I. ,l.wanip-RKot is pleasant to take and is
11rr11ti,, df h, .. arri S sl-igh Unlifid.ted .a,(,p | <,f .ate* I -one-41ullar sie llttles. You may have a
bo the m1,,ui(.(tt.1. ,, ., |.1 ic',." Seware of Ointments for Catarrh smple l,ttle atil a bltu>k that tells all
sIaking, lc 'l';" *11, Lt' i That Contain Mercury utit, th &' ,t ifritomnll. .Addrei,
S are A Dr Ki'eser & Ct',,. inghamtn. N. V.
I f i A ?, li, t r 'A .t t.. l r .r l!l .*1 1 il. i l,, lti, \Vh)r %i ~rtt1n 9ig si t'lntii. rtulIangK this Kgen-
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Tickets on sale February 28th,
and 3rd, final limit to reach orl
not later than midnight March
For further information, nmynwvatios, etc.
Anst, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Division Pamrger A|
Pameng.r Trac MaarM ("
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one craft MAdbeaket fleetory.
o*OW. k'Club rendiing room.
AreItlamI zperlet St atios
Fondawtatw MAO Osforemc..
Tbr.. umerum"kiac esbiebhmeta.4
Metrelcim e to ranweystomm. 67*
Two of the bg eateb 0 Isthe ID-
Tworwemget adfe
Two whoeimle gocery Umestbls-4
wow that meaamad. Gaimes~evil
Tbheetmoe" osee Is athoeSt.4
A I INIuemt balfM ag to be
wow"d toe"g Whm senmpletd
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bamevoleat orders
Din" at"" h d oe..

Two do1gm, mmouirltes
Fast real estate ageades.
Three Mothodist churcebs.
A brasha d erg sMakatlem.
T1W o pictur p etw sows.
Ph" isi itor Chautauqua.
fte ms-mweekly mewspaloor.
Inve liftIamsiirsAoeaumw

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NO 7jrmaLusa. nab h
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In Which a Resident of Alachua County I

be Awardd a Beautiful Howard Piano, and

Certificatts Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished

The Bush & Saffrd Piane Co., Sole le

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of ia

The Cotest to he Conducted by THE SUN

Behaf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pe
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the hig
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.

April 15th, 1909


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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano 0
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be a
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills wil
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To d 9-eft asf W".. ak r.... ...a W
To tsW*u..IwM n -u- M a W adfr ...... ...
To ft....*r Mt OnMtWW 6a NMIfor wr....... .. 1
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to a1s
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the p
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects th1
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into their establl*hments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Brea.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Vtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establl.h-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Ganeasville. Florida.


$1.25-Three months' subsc
$2.50--Six months' subscri
$5.00-One year's subscript
For a club of five one-year s
For a club of ten six-monthi

Rules and

1. The contest is open to 50yoO gM U
Alachua county who is known by the c0;
of the contest or vouched for by some
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative 01of
prietors of the above-named firms are elight
participate in this contest, and wilU l
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstandinl
candidates or others interested In th~
such controversy may be referred to t1 -W
doctors of contest, who alone are1 the p0
qualified to render dtxik a.
4. In the event a candidate decided dt
draw from the race. such candidate WiN
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of M
candidate in the cont"eL

OUi ,bbc l'arc N*er
crip:c n .................... 400 vot ,s
p i ....... .......... 1,000 votes ,M
ion ............. ...... 3,000 votes 3,500
tubcriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,00 1
1' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes 30,000 1

'T'ier. is no limiit to tht n uimi1r otf cluls t ela.li cott.tani t jt" .-cure.

$1.00- One year's subscription .............................. .. ... .. 00
For a club of five one.year subscriptions ........... ............... .
j'l'ln., 1 i- 1,1 lim it t, tl 1 t ninl..r j r'ltl,.* Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the pr
oggio c QMaonn roo o MoM aNNW

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Emg ga Askad


s Swdf by 'To LydaE Plkham's
VewethIe Commrinad

ulteo of an at-
at dated to Mr. St.
S. i while bhe
a sojoarn In the
esib i sso terribly
dr mo apology for
gdiaore met the
while on a trip
eMsa and was
Sou ea the man's

Sthe transontml-
S lie and our
Vw* white men and
eccpled a sep-

Sa arosed from
gmmethin moving
beneath my
I lLt.ened
-o long and Inde-
whib broke the
gi. My experience
W tensive, but I
St some wild ani-
i Egery one of
o tamedlately par-
I was unable to

oer two I tweamne
Sting lion was sulit-
the edges of the
ale pusled at the
I them felt I must
Ed imtinctively. yet
all the pillows
a-r y head. No
thIS than the lion.
grabbed me by
gd dragged me oat
hlmediately began
M-d which streamed
chest, and every
n el more savagely.
K ase to get Into a
peIltto be gave
Ull l Is paw which
kg and Incflted a
I bia suddenly the
-t O hitf mouth,
Paw on my chest.
back hbi noble
i trible roars of
1eid the hut and
the bole made
term out the mat
under my bed.
aM bi what had
9ea1nd to the other
am down.
W thing I seemed
b was the load sip.
1 WA by the luoa as
Slate hiMs reeking
iMa, with a pang of
S4 mt lived a model
1 basn to pray as I
3 ODe. As I prayed
it was that I
| bt aeense of
SUtlaig Boa chewing
h<1 m y blood.
N my brck, with
W- Mang against tie
ImL when my friend
W AAs he tdid so the
t fag a into my
I*- sout of the hut
ShARe ran with me
*WIlUag and Jerking
athoagth driving
f ~W the cleariliag
1 @hbi thirty yards and
*0 w ba g bigtabab tr4*.
s Ilb their ilau u t-p
f-ygulug with his
P esalsh yl,.,w eyes.
tlI1autternbl,, lnt h-
!-al. si.d t'I*'d "err"
a: i ti. ru h

Rockland, Maine.-"I was troubled
for a long time with pains in my back
and side. and was miserable in every
Sway. I doctored
'vimtil I %ass 4', zeI;.?.-l. 11 I1 1I
th It lIt It I Fs ou, ,i
never get well. I
Spread a te'timoni:al
slout Lydia E.
l'inkham's Vegeta-.
ble Compund. and
thought I woul
try t.After tak.
S ing three bottles 1
was cured, and
never felt so well
in all my life. I recommend Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all
my friendas."-Mrs. WILL YOU-NG, 6
Columbia Avenue, Rockland. Me.
Backache Ui a symptom of female
weakness or deracniement If you
have backache, don't neglect it. To
get permanent relief you must reach
the root of the trouble. Nothing we
knowof will do this so safely and surely
as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound. Cure the cause of these dis-
tresaing aches and pains and you will
become well and strong.
The great volume of unsolicited
testimony constantly pouring in proves
conclusively that I.ydia E.Pinkha's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, has restored health to thou-
sands of women.
Mrs. PInkhaun, of Lynn, Mass.,
vites all sick women to write
her for advice. Shf bas uklded
thaaada to health sro

wa-.rl that l us I ::,.,ron'li'ed with hhis
gun I ws> in i -'..ilw:' and *C:ftly t,, rn*: lf. r Tr s'-il. time be
was :ttfr:iql t1 a,1 i't l~.st be should kill
tile lisit.'d ( .f fthe t lieii. He sr';iumned
>uIl. "l. p'et .-l.>. Jack, and I will see
what I can di for you!"
As he crelpt nearer the lion took Ili|
flings out of niy groin and faced about.
growling and Pniarling horribly. The
rifle was leveled. there was a sharp re-
port. a'iI the tirst shot hit the lion in
the eye. The ball as It came out shat-
tireid htil lower jaw. Two more, shots
wer, fired. aand the fierce monr.atr i0
.dead by my skle.-London Ideas.

Baby Hamns
Will get Into mischief-often it
means a bum or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment Just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
Price 25e. 60c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Allaying His Fears.
The New ('onvlet-Say. old man. I'ln
likely to go stoupiiang r."uiial i."y 1l.u
dolr at all bours of the nl ;ht. I'm s
Sleeipwas 'r. It worries n:e territl.l
too. guard It liltidn't In this hotel
for there isn't the uightest danger of
your walklih out vf a win:dow.- 'urck.

After a heavy meal. take a couple
of )Doan's Regulets. and give your
stomach. liver and bowels the help
they will need. Regulets bring easy.

regular Ipassages of the bowels.




For City Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
; am a candidate for City Marshal,.
for r-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and em-
e.'lntly, night and day, and ay record
ia olwn for inspection.
It my service during the past year
has lwen satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
4.en who In qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I ha.e
,.adeavored to give In the past.
Yours for order.

I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
marshall at the election to bie htld on
April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully,

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
an April 13. 1909. If elected I will
(aitLfully dicharge the duties of the
>lice without fear or favor. I re-
*pectfully solicit the votes of all. ir
respective of party a0fllio

The want ads. do mor real estate
business than all other brokers com
')lned--in fact, they "start" most of
the businema tha te brokers sad

Notice is hereby given that under
mnd by virtue of a Final Decree of
i'oreclo$ure. made by the Judge of the
.'ircult Court of the Eighth Judicial
circuitt of Florida. In and for Alacbua
-ounty. in Chancery sitting. dated Jan-
-ary 15th. 1909. in favor of W. M.
iavidson. complainant. and against
'. R. Rooks and 8. J. Wright. defend-
ints. the undersigned will offer for
-ale before the court house door at
(4ainesville. Florida, between the legal
hours of sale. on Monday. March 1st.
1 9,9. to the highest and best bidder
therefore. for cash, the following describ-
.d personal property, towit: One
-lark-colored mule. named "*Ella,
about twelve (12) years old.
The same to be sold as the property
of said defendants. tn satisfy said de-
eree and costs.
T. 3. ELZU, JR..
Special Mater In Cancery.
Solicitor for Complalaat.

You imm't ffladto baeet.e~p ecro mpftmm = mmwiubetltue lt tikammdeb
belie, nseJ."v 'c:.. .. *'.'1"N st mtbtouh eb. urjsmt rm am
Dr. Pi'rrcv-% d r- ~Iate mod 1nvagovts st 91mac, liver
boae..S '-.' e.*,y sv take as cuid.

The Pay-4amles Vible.

Parties having job printing Cone at
rhe Sun office are entitled to one
vote In the Bush & Safford Piano Coo-
test for each cent paid for sach
work. Don't forget this when In nsed
.if printed stationery. Read the ad-
vertisement giving particulars re-
carding the contest and vote for the
lady of yow gsm.,

Notice it hereby given that under
and by vir ',e of a Fiual Decree of
Forclosuro ia.ndered by the Judge of
the Circuit Court, of the Elghth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Alachua county. in Chancery sitting.
dated January 1 th. 190. in favor of
W. B. Phiftr as complaintat, and
against W. F Grissom and S. R. I.
Grlssprm as defendants, the undersign-
ed will off, r for sale before the court
houw door In Gainesville. Florida. be-
tween the legal hours of sale. on Mon-
day. March 1st. 1909. to the highest
and best bidder therefore. for cash. the
following described lots. pieces. par-
eels or track's of land. situated, lying
aad being in Alachua county. 'Florida.
described as follows, towt:
All' that portion of fractional See-
tim 4. Townhlip 11. Range 21. South
and East, described as follows: Be-
ginning at the Northwest corner of
said fractional sectlem 4. Township 11.
Range 21. running thence East oa the
Section line 23 chains and 31 lItks to
a stake: thence South at right angles
22 chains and 29 Inkas to a stake;
thence West parallel with Sectle It e,
by estimation.S 2 chains and M Halts
to a polnt in a pond on the Westrn
boundary line of said fractional Se-
tion 4; thence North on said Setmos
line. by estimation. 22 chains and 21
links to the place of beginning. con-
taining. by estimation. T9t-100 acres
of land. more or ltm.
T same to be sold as the property
of do defendants, to satisfy said de
cree and costs.
Special Master in Chancery.
Solicitor for Comtplaelet.



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Lrems $4ee


\\'c Prc'pay Express Charges On All Goods Listed As Abovec
&LL OMtS am PMFtIV FIlt 0.
Long Distance Phone 345
gas Wh MM -r g

Sqoro Chui. ses FG
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4,w~gf~m gal b- 4&
LAbel $16616100
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Remedies are Needed
We" we peffiet, wi. kl are n noedee wne ald
mot often bed med D mnm. ear systems have oe. -
co-e weekewed. i.-pmirerd md broeM dew sdIhoui
isl -retioes wMic ha ve "M --en The a ty m N,
ltheuh eoamehesm, -lom- Lerme-diem we seeded to
aid Nature ta rr-itn ow aerit ad nd aherwie
aequiredr weekese. T Miseib e d set o l Weeme-
wMkessM nd somuequest digetive t!neak, there is
Mothings *o omd a Dr. Piere's Goelde Mediel Discov.
ey, a lTyc esM opeund, treatedd from stive medie*
Ia root-old klor over lorty years with gre mestection te sews. w
-Wek Stomach, BilIMhomem, UIWer CampliMit, Palm I the StemOeeb r ee8
fairtbr, Bed Breath. Betehig of food, Cromie Diarrhea md etk rl
the "DiscoveryW I" tisfeipse m and meet owe.e inmedp.

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In every household there should be good liquor for family or medicinal purposes. Our personal guarantee is behind
every package that leaves our house. And we know ybu will find real comfort in any of the following


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... Tmit. Wei siui a Thwiay---

Ou to see thi4 line before purchasing.
S ith* large sttock of Tri.mmled Hlats .v.tr
S sown in the city WIfore.

g5 rANID trM W



M amd What Is GO*

of the City.

at mtertord's

Atlachbua was in the

will be a good one
Sumr Theatre.
paid to ladies'
I "Rostrant.
b"ee to the Electrict Thea-
it at, be sure to go to-

& aes Saratona chips just
e -toSe. W. 8. horey

I go of Double Sink, Levy
as a victor to the city yes-

Ifmd. a farmer of the Is-
~ a. wAs, among the
S*M yesterday.
M Ttale as guaranteed to
a Ime. eM and lagrippe.
iM It W. M. JotnMsm.
M1 amuic for ouly $1
sot week-nothing at this
lMl @aie. Miller & Vidal
mthrsant and business
TrWeten section. was
Wriln to the city yester-

6 mernmak and wife of
i nl the city yesterday
here for a short

I4 3lOe Is spending a few
lWIN aa where she is
d the family of J. W.

Of Alsebsa paid the city
llweday. He is connect-
o f te leading business
00Mt t sad states that the
Sdem ~" elve.
S. lat: two.
-di-awre our usual
"M tUanU e. Ask our lo-
I lat a- bock your order.
lb C.. Micanopy. Fla.
010r 0ad wife of Jacksou-
the citty yesterday and
8s 0et few days here.
b 11apriegtor of the 4; W.
sadis 1 here lo klit at
atf anopk tlo...

at Rutberl


a Delight Coffee.
urre a1 ,f O(il' ('ro* k \i-i',tel
.-ter i.
Key oysters, day aJ night,
ford's Restaurant.

See the finet moving picture.- to( be
shown tonight at the Electric Theatre

The admission is only ten cents to
the Electric Theatre Don't be a
"back number. *
John Rawls of Alachua was In the
city Wednesday. He is a substantial
planter of the thriving Alachua sec-
Everybody's friend-Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Cures toothache, ear-
ache, sore throat Heals, cuts, bruises.
scalds. Stops any pain.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischter and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Cross Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
W. It. Stlekert left yesterday for
Floral City. s here he will be absent
for the next several days looking af-
ter the extensive timber Interests of
the Cunnimer people
W. J. Hodge of Alachua was among
the virltors to the city yesterday. IHi-
is one of the large planters of that
section and also conducts a meat
market at that place.
Financially firm. famished fastid
oius feasters flock for Brown House
for fancy, fine, fitting. flavorous food-
finles., feathery, finny-feasibly, favor-
ably, felicitously, faultlessly federated.
C. S. Hill. civil engineer for the'
Summer Comiany. has gone to point
in South Florida. where he will be lo-
cated for the next few weeks running
over some of the lands of the com-
J. F. Redding. president of the bank
at Greenville. Fla., is among the %is-
itors to the city. He has several rela-
tives, besides a number of acquaint-
ances,. in this city who are always glad
to meet him.
The new "Educational Fund Policy"
issued by the Old Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co. of New York Is the most
unique proposition ever issued at a
minimum t1ost. Consult R K. Lartigue.
the company's representative.
Miss Marguerite Morrison of Inver-
ne,.s. who has been the charming guest
of Mrs. J. H. Alderman for the past
several days at her home on Alachua
avenue, departed yesterday for her
home, much to the regret of her nu
merous new acquaintances.
Alfred Richardson is now engaged
In laying a granolithic sidewalk for
I)r J. L. Kelley. He invites inspec"
tlon. Price s5 cents ler square yard.
(curt anad gutter all up-to-date All
repair work done on short nolt ie
IL Mat order at Crauford & lDavits

D~r. A. E. Cline, veteriuarv sargeoD
has oviecad omcies at Craaford At
&!~a% ih*tables and suliclim ea share of
Msia piabtliC Im lie 6a graduate.
Mt." V. Vof tie l.Kaw-axi Vt-rinary College and
41"'a it e Me *is lit rt.*to praet:Le -e his ierofe-io-iori
t rKIMr' Cr ui.'%%erL4Jday or uiiiht. Ilorbi.
fipbddi 0. J deiiua~try. cattle anid dogi all rvc#-1%t

I~e Ue~ ~ proemi-t atto*ntima


id lii.e wih-l ,-,k

"oSqtire the .CAMMI, Comsistent ittevi iit'lIi(
"ftkos Officer.A givi. ttoit '4 Cii-? .lzitrs. Your't-i-
FA S be ilalat'uget..l smis"at win y. .~cstrit fdece.


LA'. Ir kL~. : 11. T L C-

Mr. Job Is pirob.01i' #el l wiee-1'Ite
flIimi) cti our r,-.dpr.- as' th- :aw'heir ol

F'owl. rh. Spor of I ti id St ccci' :awl
eehol- boriowks o(il bi rd l1ift, II..' -Ill

Ills lecture her' s ill lvv under the
joAint mgnwmet of the iligh School

| ,i I ,o le t o I e r
I e i* .tll hteIIa te
V4 le a ''c lh. 1.. 'nfl l teat
' 1'! i .t t t i > i I i n, I, % I l h ,ril .
S, t 1. ii! r i /. i. I I it III e 1 .

I l.i. I ;,1F I ll I I1e," Ih i l' e I Il ,. i, r
o i s H t S vi .,1, 'A III Io lli- l. l lr llh l

| >r |e ,* .' i \ ili, 'e ll l* .c,' i t
'l, iinei' fI r % a?- tih it iK l I C (' to
-itl h ii ,athe.r lake- Ili the tim citKiaral
I i, i 01'iil ,f Pre.-enil. t e lec' t Taft
I,-,,1 I..* |i e.-.e Ii tl .a *e ,tli\ i'a ll of
el.i,'-I- ", t i held tthre, durmix the
S'Al .l I < ir \ Atide> i II bt-
iI 4 k%.& lkon ti hii brother
II \\i ) d W %ltit)o wa Ill Accolllpa
I. t vti th*' t Iu re-turnlin g te their re
l, tl 1e th u14'-. il aliti twu o Wee-k-



and the Ini'ersity. The hour was set
early. 7:1.'. so as not to interfere with
the attractions of the Chautauqua
Come and bring your friends,. for a
rich treat will be uffe red.

Water Supply Shut Off.
During the heavy wind storm yes-
terday a tree was blown across the
water main between this city and the
spring In the old Ilenby field. which
necessitated the shutting off of the
supply of water
Superlnt(ndent Miller and his force
at once got to work and hope to have
the damage repaired so it A Ill be in
use this niornhilg. or as soon as the
broken place can be repaired.

Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
J. T. Manning of Clarke was trans-
acting business in the city yesterday .
Plea.-e your wife or best girl by
taking ne'r to the Electric Theatre to-
night. %
Mrs. 0. L. Feaster of Micanopy was
among the shoppers visiting the city
J. M. Shaw. one of the successful
planters of the Alachua section. was
meeting his many friends in the city
.j eaterday.
A. M. Cushman, the Insurance man,
has returned from a business and
pleasure trip to the northern part of
the county.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harper of
Kanapaha. a fine boy which arrived
on Tuesday night. IBoth mother and
child are reported as doing well.
J. P. Bntensa. the clara man of
Waldo, was In the city yesterday In-
terviewing the trade. He has a Ine
male for his goods in this action.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dempsey left
yesterday for western points of the
county. The former will proceed to
Archer, while the latter Will visit her
daughter* at Clarke.
The nm.nthly meeting of the Wo-
man's Missionary Society of the First
Presbyterian church will be held this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The leader
will be Mrs. Geo. I. Dols. A full at-
tendanuce is desired.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city water, elec-
tric lights, sewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. 11 McCreary or Sun office.
Prolttt installment purchases. of real
estate with a contract issued espe-
i aill. f >r that purpo~e- Iy the Old
Mutual Life lainuriance Coill,aniy of
New York Consult H E. Lartigue
the" (4e iiip.il h.1'al r. prte-entati% v.
tl .1 IF Jac(ken., th,- \,lte-ran cltith
Il -;al l i"Iti ef IrtlIo -oti 1 ;ab 11 t 1 t
, i f .-* te'riu% The' I 'c- li*iel dimo itol
Il.t\r l .i c \t l-il l* 1% t t i ce1. d l its lIt,
iI., lt li i ,'e t ti e- lar ef.t |i.rt
c. cl,- *U 'ti n. .r- ., N. o Y is k .t ti'


FOR RENT-Plve-room eottmg. A
ply 200 3. Liberty stret.
FOR RENT-Twocottagwa r @0e.
One furnished. Call TelegaphWnble.
FOR RENT-Five-room ettag an
block next to square; dety wler.,
electric l bgts, bath ad am#
modern oevemlemnea App atl

FrOR SLAE. CHEAP--A asi. Nl.
$Sgaflo COW. J. C. swams

FOR auD-e d gmioberee ame
NM c ubule .APOY IP.O06
Baoa No214L


if you do your tea, ooBe, sugar aWd
general grocery buying here. YTo
want to know why? You're emUUed
to an honest answer. Our long ex-
Ie.rience and knowledge of the busa-
ine,. e-nables us to buy "('ekJ." There-
fore we c(-an sell at a profit to our-
k ,-ee, a gain on your part. All we
Ak i % trial order. Call b) or 'phone
%i' .I .

r first National Bank
sA IN -:*O VI I.I.. 'l.H ItI)A

Established Over Twenty Tears


....We Solicit Your Business....

Jae. M 4ralcamia, lY.

I- Iv


Mr. Job Will lintortalem Pwbltc on Sub-
ject of Birds.
~ ero.i, sr liell t ~e it''!tee ho-a
lb.. o-lecture #m rd a t the 1Moth
School Sud itmnIiam t''igh lt Th e i..
I icr' i.the, He's.Ile-rl..rt K Job, eof Ne'
Ila~ et. Counn.. Is otie. of the leachicc
(ericiholfneeItkts Ill the IUniteul Stacte-
A- a l.'v'irer he e~n.41.% a gre at r. pu
tati n. i.The lantern sed-eie- sit h %hIich
the- lerture'1.4 illumrst r. ael trv mm iiulda
ly filiac


The Gainesville National Bank

Condensed from Report to the C ptroller at the
Close of Bsines Friday, Feb. 5th, 190I

Loant and Iis'counti4 ...... .. ....... .$320,40.0 83
O 'verdrafts......................... 292 55
Building and Fixtures ................. 39,732 63
united States Bonds and Preminmsq...... 170,.907( )1s
County I-,.ionl :iidl Wuarnin.ts........... l1,48) (K)
Ca'zi a nt1. Sight I;xchannge ........... 103l44 53

Tot;al..... ...................... 4.54,N 51 2

Capita' stock ........................ .$100,000 09
Sur. *,I- ilial mi'UndiVildedl Profit . 17,938 09
Ci' uclatlig Notes Outistandling .......... 97,6W 00
l3 ., Bl rrowed ..... ....... 29,000 00
ef li'ou ta .... ............. 31,450 00
United States Deposits .. .............. 40,000 00
Individual and HBank Deposits .......... 338,648 43

Total...... ........ ..... .......... *.
1, C. A. Fairrloth, Cashier of Ut abov-msamed lank, do
swear that the above statement is true to the tx t of my kuowh- a
belief. C. A. FAIRCLOTH,
Snbecribled and sworn to hwtore methis, the &th day of Fe hnr, 19.L
W. H. ANDERMON, Jr.. Notary Pldo.
Corm-t-Atteea: M. H. DePam, W. R. Stockert, T. W. shards, Dh.ethm.

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R uAq

,VJAM I g g


ach lazertiam but ao advertise
West token for ems tarnM eU t. lft
words ake a Ulme; no tractioal Uanie.
every word over each atz om tg as
an addlUoral line. CAWN l advanft
must accompany anl order Gtr aer-,
tons to tUI ealumna.

VfOR BAL--Two ooutages m ouut
Ualaesville; terms ay at reason
aole sterest it usable to pay aU
eash. Apply at SUm oll.

rO ALB--Corner lot 100xl26 test
as West MaIt St. rth ad Bos
ary St., ext to Jeff Kundrtck
WIU sell at a barit and am eas
terms. Apply akt MSu eoe.

WANTED- Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; beat paying
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
wages from $12 to $20 weekly; won-
derful demand for barbers. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.

If Its worth more to on*om aoelst
than to you-no matter what It Is-
a want ad. will be a good Investmeat
secure a tenant for that vaeast
room through a clasalAed ad. In
The Mom,
S aenviea leo Lodge No.
0 B. P. 0. 3-M-eets
tonight at 7:30 o'clock
to Elks' Home. Visit
tag brothers cordially
welcomed. LRI. Davis.
L. R.; J. M. Dell. Jr.. Secretary.


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a S *S he o whibich he appealed to the puble r
a aS &t B tfe ofr mama instt.te. located
Li B6 e d d1 U Is Vbgimi

i~- Ma GAgi aI odlet al hil ed"
lit!__ st e waml is bl wie i


is 20m to o"is0oatr

kk4m Be d .=sth

ouuitltution of the 'nlted States. and
thrrefore asked the supreme court to
aterve. is his behalf The court re-
tued to reveorm the *sta of the
Tesas w n. wob was adveor to

ma ma

Wk to CM I R0i MrAty Da ysad

Wtq tlib Rouu h.
r midd b Ar

TALLAAo2 Feb4. .-T4 hTr
Ida RaIlrad Cmelilm, at a recent
sesali held to the ulty.k lesed the
obewist order rearing th reodv-
era of the Seaboard Railway to eret
a sew pasmager depet Iso asavile:
"Whereas. mon January 9, 192, we
issued a molee to the aObwasea Air
Line hallway of a Msetisg to be h ld
by as s Jamuary & 19f, at Oalnees
ville, Florida. for the pwse eot a
sertun the advisab lty of iseuts a
order requiring the sad railway to
costruct a paaseser depot at aasOse
vine, sad the aidM meting was heM.
and vMer other meets were sfaWe
wards held O the ablet. at which
the relvers of the sMd raiway ap
peared by counael ad otherwise.
"And whereas, it afterwards appe-r.
ed that 8 Davies Warleld, R. La-
caster Williams and B. C. Dean c
were afpolated as such reediver be.
ee Jaary 9th. 106, aod that they
hRad sever bee maade normal perU-e
to this proeesdin. whereopes we Ia-
sed our soti e dated Jalamry 1S
1M. to the amid reelvers that we
should hold a meetlg em February
M1, 1I9, the city of Tallahosee to
maddie the alrt hlty of io sg as
Order phe iAmg them to m fr I a
pemmeager dep&t at Gaheavile sl&rw-
aid, t is boud advisuhe to eeaw
elder li sad d~.t seessary er

Popr to the ostructos of the sa
-And where, at the time and pl
teed In said motee. the hearing we
Md and the reeflvers aforesaid g
peared by Hoe. George P. Raey. &
vtses counsel, Mr. R. B. Boswe,
vision superintendent, and Mr. L
Thomas, assistant engineer. and weW
heard, and the matter was takes mot
"Now,. therefore. It is ordered that
L. IDale Wareld, R. Lancaster WU
lam. sad C. IDean, as Receaies
of the Beaboard Air Une railway, -
erect a new passenger depot at Gaea
viUle aoresaid, at a point not les tn
M feet east of the present depot id
apart from the same; that the
said depot shall have two se,
rate wattlag-roomr and ticket -
Se., aa required by law; that aeb
of said waiting-rooms shall have oI
les than 5 0! square feet of sr
space, and shall have two water cle
eta. ome for each sex. The work at
the ereetiom of @aid depot to begla
within 20 days trom the date of ti
order and to be completed within
three meths from amid date.
"Ordered by te Ralroal Commis-
smaers of the Steof latorida. toa m
su at their ofl e to the city of Tails
hbaee, thOs th day of February. A.
l 1908." R. HUDSON BURR.
"Attest: S. I. COBB. Secretary."


Mia M-aud Thems VNt the Meet
PPiIsr Ye"n Lof ad present.
ed WiM a Neadesme Cat.

(By Mrs. L War.)
*- -
the mst sjoyable event of the se-
sen was the banquet em the eveslas
of February 22. rive by th Wood-
Sof the World, ta e e.Camp
No. IL The hall was ~atftally sad
asrtistlally coated ad prmen
a see of loveliMes. Is a bower of
*vergrees was statlomd the High
prap Orehestra, which tarished
swet mute durlas the oceassio sad
ae much to the pleasure of the
iSgvktle. The banuAt tables were
ded with the most digest viams
wMbb t rtashe of by a very
lrs of m mburs of the order
a4 their te-ads. At the close of
th feast a badsome el, donated by
Mrs. A. I. Aamsa was veted upon
far the most popular young lady. Misl
Maie Thomas was the wser. and
resolved the mgratlatissm of her
te ia. Tmhe -m tim the vtfu
eoeatet ill be med r the Wood-
n's braow band. The Abwlag con-
-a had this eateratmont in
had althuh eN mer dd Mdt
ire of work: Mesm. C. Rmp.
J. L. ti r Ralphftb Nw Laster
o0i0n N. L ruse-.-
A. L Adams b O m mmm
ro this ka mp eu-d der his wise a-
latgDtiOs the ud a wows om
-elg -agt'

t V. 6 Day ndme wvome have
beau awest. ms-h is isteose.
sX pOrns were iled and mWvn
u an ta Mred eeral seriously. by
a Worae to da*r. Ark.. Tuesday.
Preta y every ta gIsto the tows
won wreced.
The power of iw Lm.lasa ram l
smmisalu to regulate rates charge
by 1006 die se tl"ob"me esmwole
ku beb a uphe by aS Us1it ed ate"

ANl be hattlesM psf lMe Soet vwhlt
reseAtly omps~ d ia crele of the
globe are asei I Chesapeake
ay, where they ae buffeted by the
rough WeaeW eW prevaling.
Miss Sylvtia Orena, daughter of Heto
ty Orew, the rtehet woman I the
wor was m arrived at Bom Tue-ay to
Matthew Astor WOka. aed 6. who is
a great gradom of John Jacob Astor.
The wedta ocCrred at Norristoem.
Now Jersey.
The trial of the two Coopers ad ex-
Sherff Jobs D. Sharpe for the murder
of ex-Seaktor Carmack at Nashville
continues to attract large numbers of
viators to the court room. as well as
to interest the general pubic. The d4-
ease has nlshed with the testimony
tof young Cooper. who Btred the fatal
shot. and Col. Cooper is now giving
his testilmouy. The younegr ('oo|l'r
created a faurable liulr..tiom ) hib.
demieauiwr onu the altn..M ttuatd. but
8har.'e h.uuiae bol)onewhat ettaatiigl'd
wn cr-ossr eiiraliatniu It IA probable
thai tht. trial till I rlI .* v.erul
The case of Marcvllus Tholuaa. in
der s~u*tence of death on the charge
of kllitg two Omen in Harris county.
Te., ass decided Tuesday by the su-
prenu. court uf the 'tnilted States
iatlnet Tharaas Thomas is a negro,
alid as the raid jury by which the
indactaaunt against hima as*' re'turuedl
co,.taiWJd on It Uo aman of his onU
r*.e. he hIargesil that he had been
dicrtmiiluatled against. contrary to the

(By Mrs. M abeth mith.)

Wednesday was Goveraor Gleas day
at the Chautaqa, aad tcn will It
be remembered, or wen may BH
snthIAd be pre of this greatest
of God's haadlwork-a soble ChristlaI
itlieman. His grand physque andI
thrlllag words make all pase to ad-
iare and listen.
One of the very beat leture is
the whole Chaatauqua mes m was the
ome gives by Dr. Wirt Lowther at
10:30 a. m. yesterday a "Trhe Art of
Seeing Tbins." Dr. Lowther has all
the qualiacations that go to make an
orator, and foremost among them is
the movt pleasant manner and a voice
mellow and full. No danger of not
hearing what he says, as every word
is ditlinctly articulated His lecture
is full of good things. things to make
you lntrosliective and thoughtful. and
thing,'i to iake )you glad as well. for
his talk il delightfully ,I.leed with
the funi. side* of life. well as the
more serluus things ill whole let.-
ture great out of the* following word.i
frouin Auroru I ich: Karth Crammied
With lieateii and E.er) Coninion
Vt'lh In Offi(. With (od l Iut only
ise Who .- Itke'a tiff hi. sihoei. the'
rest .It laron id anid pick blacltkbrrie.s.
bowing how true it is that uilesii the
visio a. rightl) adjusted one p.erou
looks on (God most wonderful wurk
anid ases. mietlihing pretty. another
standing right btwlde him I. slled
with awe anid alth tear. streaming
down his cheleks exclaims ** "0. M
God. Wonderful ladeed Are Thy
Handiwork&" It is one of (uod
greatest blesiagsi to asm when he is
enabled to see with a broader viates
the beauty that is aIM aeMad s. amd
If wo weuldn e it we t peas it
waM ralue wh h buma

tWe :t t was priceless in its way
ad emuoet plluft.
At 3 p m. the Lady WashiUItSO
martette delghted the people with
same very "e seletlos. Misas Wa
tma. me of the emrtett. *ave a
-orous Mastlm,. and Miss Wa
bridge. the wonderful whistler, aSals
pleased as wth her wonderful bud
.lmatlams. her Imitation of the asary
betag almost better than the bird it

At 2:26 the audlemie sat expectat-
ly waiting for the Art gllmpse of Gov.
GlOenn. and whem the grand and noble
man appeared all hearts went down
before him. After Dr. lowther. in a
most cordial manner, after saYinS
many Battering but well deserved
words of praise. introduced hini t the
people and be commenced bib grand.
though Impronmptu. talk on "Character
Building" everyone listened with rap'
tuous interest. (xood conimlonie *i-''
words they were from a man who had
been blessed with a guIMx Chri-lanll
mother. not Just a church lo-,mii,'r
but an humble follower of 'ChriA-
And one would know. without ill- t.-11
ing. from his life amongR mieI I' *i*'
a grand treat, and all were- <,*trr"
when he' rcl *.d that he- did niiit lori'-
14 aeg tAlk
At p. p m ItW lwther igt* hill
talk oni Ill en. What it Itin and
Where tie claliujh not to klioae but
bha his thoughis. which he holme- ar"*
true He says it is a subje-t the libl1
tells us but little about, but *her
ever it is and what it is will Iw *ill
we could desire. for Christ *%ill b
there, and Ileateu is with Rim This
morulin at II o'clock will be his l st
talk. aid It is sell worth damolt "
while to Mak' an vitr effort A1d
ome and bear him
Governor Glean only expected W
give his lecture that he wal

I Ctisaedai P Poae roFw


Governor Glenn Day at

the Great Chautauqua











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L :lia Edittor Sun: I see from th A SoE hE *
--- in your paper that there is going to
ft OT 1? e 0ents 0 or L. Hold cotton does f Men!)an

o Sben f ce irorowlt o ato for (o yeargo s ands

during that trm I held cotton ogver
St h ue o next Lelmlature to prohibits there will
mHER ake back. olton the betIter claMs of amsoP m w ds tad f a ibaI

rfrmers wdea pla g t out iv to ten esM e alt me he= en dl Met t M%
SIacres in pecan trees and attend to rsU iEa. PA AS sm
them, diversify their farming more and yMm? --T r E1U NCE TS -A?
1 c mak rless on tH would get mores-d- 113e
"for It*pply an d ,-an,4 will gor. T I UC .. s $10
Sera n value. I believe that if it wa SNOW NI N C
I lEf~ SmS possMle so get a tarif of five cents T. Mo U. & A.
per pound on all imported long
staple ettoo and the aereage
edut 4n per cent and cotton advanced
Ebli ga ^to 3 ceants that the crop would be in- JO HS O
Breasted after the advance ia price. s-
sif tewill look up the record of Sea
lleand cotton you will tad that for
3 years it ha. been sellntag for from UW
swyin h ev 14 to r8 ests per pound. bort crop
ecrop and poor demand bFinrtoml Beailifli MICaopy
aIf amh a law sh1 to paed 0 m
latr to t lat e wms of a MICANOPY. Feb. 22.-Mrs. C. farmers have already such a line In
few ad bet rulo to te mae Barr and her two cldren left for operation: C. R. Curry. C. M. Smith.
th edie warovers. Thbref erth of |alesville yesterday after having V. P. Smith. L M. Smith. T. N. Smith.
the cotten that is made nla Atmehu spent several days vistlgu J. *J. Barr J. W. Bradley, J. G. Smith. J. 0. Ty,
county has to be sod almost before [o this place. They lve at Ridge -n and 0. W. Bradshaw. Several
S, M V5 0 fW* it to prmted for p appalnes d varlolus pri's,. B. C.. other aes will be built soon.
o* s. BaesMes we all have remnants Miss Rwby Thrasher ease hom Mrs. Sue Feaster has returned home
lSl| "- NMe *ss -- a-I as rap eMtft uto *l to Mr. Mercb- itck from Lake City Prday, where from a visit to Jaksonvllle and Ocala.
-M AIb. -t (respe y ff it ii redbuggy.) se bas be atten dn CojaM Cl- Miss U ise Mathews wet to Gaine-
r e Plae a Mbeais 01 $ O all buyers I ti We hope she will seo be wel ville yesterday to spend Sunday and
aw & r, a thei W e sed eattoa, and ti s wi put out sd*. Monday there visiti friends .
S e s b erthat the most J. W. Car ha e The Melto Lumber Company will
te h h a r s th stolen eotem. Let the poor bor tn m a vsit to Tampa. soou ope an upatodate commissary
Sb a m make- what ttiU he ea a J. Ltntok mith of Moatsomry. down at their mll. H. H. Slmpson
i Se 01 dam se la sonll it wheo and as he pleae. Ala. is v isitin hom folks or a few will be nla care.
-M h iW OLD COTTON OROWER. days. C. R. Curry was in town yesterday.
oh- Nse l,4 r will Newberry. P1. iPeb. y 1ear. The inant baby of B. W. Coleman Jut as happy and smiling as ever.
to a died he no wa s bted at Hawthorn J. P. O'Dell, the clever representa-
p i to p in a WMt .p ~n are proud of ea. tveofE. u. Brickett Co., is out on
-* wS mss hSsiamsrt o eta s Mt whiam ofe& I. Cone, who w. m. Abta hasC0 bou-ght the lot the read In their interests.
r^ Geies s meohr patl hse t be troe1otuetod admiral of the bo ar ofr the To mcwilla Hotoel and The people of 'this place would be
_ -I 8 hGma h.er p 8s miyn teo fhs todnmi o the wi v soom begia building a rysdBarec. aader obligation to the Tampa & Jack
eMSf ep d to g h c. o. nav. orMt boy s d anie o tall to rat a We hopl others will loTulo his se le railway authorities if they
I N a 4 reo d fo rsuppl aeo ample. would arrane a schedule so they
S ae S be eed al 01r ematts Dr. J. D. Watkls. local mana er could go to GainAesville and return the
so N. h p e wl t -- Inr b Ar fMor the s southern Beli Telephoae and amer day. Tahis schedule was once In
mK V W a ga it lad d V @D uL iTeleraph Company. speat a few days efect, and we don't see why It could
eM sed b same t asse-ieral "n Jacksoaville recently, where a die- not be used aain.
tet3 iMa th (0 to nIalot heur trset coafermee of all their maag e We had a good rain here yesterday
SW & Whl wiS Doe Cata w t, Cwmp, Hay Fever was held for the purpose f deOidlng which did the tracing iterests a
d pas of b aS wr wn e a. m eMUta. upon plans for a deaite cavass for. peat deal of good.
M "gaSl lt galB ape Hyoml is a e mdeace creator. The C in the rtral s ctions ar-mTd Cabbage Is beinC shipped ain ca
Sfbrst U m you breaths la this powerful ach city or town. lota and the prices are good and seem
I--a Olab I h Mnr CAerh yot soothlgn aatiseptUe air, you will Te I mpw 's pa pitio5 is a very to be settUn better. The farmers are
M- atl MbUL snow that It has marvelous curative fiattn one and is bel widely ad. more hopeful now than they have been
S" ertM. Tahse Ias aroth dlarseeabl e itidv It rIte the rural w one over the prospect. For two years not
M- am ur ehy' de----p virtout Hyomet it hi n very d le nt or the city's many coenincv e and much money has come Into the coun
1 101mE a" d ow e erag M ,aod prompt remedy for catarr, oolas.t benefit at price within everyone's try for the vegetable crops, and we
s a a T wllr aNthman croup, broechltis, etc. Means, no matter how small a user. hope this will be one of the seven
| a- ag -- If your head is so staed with mu The proposition is one that con- years of plenty and good prices.
eN FiON" hrs befeo l Wible o R that you cannot breathe a m-di templates the orsand-stker of a mutual it is rumored that there is soon os
11M OJ N1r "tIs wMl p cle of air through your nowtrte. Hy- local club for the rpoe of owning ns to be a wedding here of more than
S0 S0S daNOW *yw nld 4d te of ir thredo h your nostri ls. y w W I Abin th n rou he town ua interest We are iot at liertY
tam 1 to lt0 d s11m t geM i.neL oel ill open them up and .iye re- limits to the subscribers' places. and to tell retwho the part er at er rtybod
"os"s beke"anofWD.-* Ct list in five minutes. e o who toe pares&aret te

.ml 0- v. 1 cT ea Why will sensible people se r Bthe Osipanly connects with such lines will know later. We extend our co:n
L |b, e O 1. by .ya, o longer, why will they wheese annd d furntlshes v"wrie, to and from gratulatlons In advance.
55 u. a T11191%, 1d hawk sd sl ut and s other. wh J. their town patron, at very low cost. J. L Hare, one of the iroptl-erwi-
dl.me kN a bl Ista m awk and spit and smi C other. when Juar. de1rnding upon the number of sta farmers and orange growers of Ta-
d ggg ft gV g g 0 b le d M d M.W M ct 'ullum & C o. slli guaraun t titt io 6 i t edr Thorfe r wenof'
| a f0 th.C }uj na' gito cr" or toll. h.kn. $. ti b, ,onn. ted The ftc el 5ing <'oma a |. Ii, ,tsn yw,-I.rdav
mEdam 0th69 e0System. inbmy
M all's Caitr Cur be sw e you get la illI they a.k for a 'tuiluhele' outfit ________........ ..__ _B_ B a_ _
S the se uis. It Is take Intesalaly hae uAed II')onltt fr I.ha f ,, r
I Pod IAd M* in Toledo. Ohio. by V. J. at,! ca(' ,r.ro>,,I- i tIi t' i'. it r.ih,. Ti I M WILL' ;7K1 I NI rI N I l
- Che y W Co. Ttmoalsl ree. for tlhi. trut.l. ti.at i t" *r l ISr WILL I SE WT AFTER MARCH 1, 19
o by all draggita. Price, 7Tc peW hurId of I fh:I'- .l n In. --.
Sle. ,or iit. d i.f.) : Bush & S afford The Gainesville Sun
Take aMll's Faiily Pills for coast.- miany reasediw. but I faT
P.RO JiM. ahbtad of any of the, otlhers. i!- P IT A ly NaTl 0
i- ^ my heart) eildur.niuent M1r. M S C
aty Trener Meay. Marti t'utl. Mich Aug .ti l
An ex- Only two chags were made Ili real C.*"
Sx estate Meday, as folio, : F. J.
tn Hamond to Idella ppe., Prank U
Nik el t to OUivr D. Keet.
atida). l Many Imas fome ta Upure blood. klml ia
Caa't have pure bloud with fault) di
e gestaaU. lasy liver and sluggih bowel.
BDrdock Wlood Iltter* s streunghus Yas @AG AddrM
o, wels and M. And Pun- Tdad This Ctupo uay k ca at Tk bun odm or af iaher of tlh .tofusn. a -
as a sheb --sows Mo- J. M acted wit. she A cN O. MTOf OOD AFTKM MAi ts, lWmot
M M. A W Me6LLUM6 4,


THE~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (IIKYLISN EBUR 99-W

WITHIN' b& pls

ow so~ a in -rwwv ~ug
- n W Onees ainsvillo Will
:N -, a Livety aPte.

-_ the new poreme t asort-
*...uImwaSd for Greater Gaines-
hIMuPN g of a sicotd story
^ge bulodhu adjoining the
f -_ am n M W-_



Ol h few

SWiout the particulars it is
tw aft a sort while two
Brick bMlgs will have a n r O -
te already creed gOYS WERa
of the am now owi WR-
Wt a bl&Min. It will rquirem ws Mear e
sU IWtc br M icek colt to
Se tfhe bet m l e, a" Irm Wedasedays i
Sa short whileP. Ram
aabort whie. day from WUcox, wl
budie the Hill block. It arrest the three you
l grated wlm be naded to within a serious charge h
l whUe. Already Mr. Hl ha and who will have i
S mere qusries for rent ary ewV,-ptip
mob an upstairs, and be Is now Mason.
with the contract prepa- The warrant cea
to addig a **seond story to his wa sworn out by A
S al n U1borr street ers, at the instialt
AS S &em the above two buildlngs. the West End, and t
SftaIseville Hardware Company torney says he onl]
1 SMartly commence the building matter be thoroughly
41 a Ie warehouse. two stories In fore the men are a
SdjM aad which will be about 40 by It is understood
S Iet, ta order to accommodate have been made f<
i I creased business. come before the Jud
day, at which time
The Paer Factory. of West End citizen
a. Tl day' Daly 1m: county seat.
f. Wuamsou bas returned from
U- Tork and other points, where he Ham
W ibe e on business for the past Had melancholy, l
Ige weeks. He will have something an asactive liver. A
ting to give out concerning the one cross and Irrita
Spaoper factory that Is to be erect- and physical depre
ed here within a short while. The salt dldstrously.
'." w are hard at work and are is acknowledged to I
"i askiag up different grades of regulator. If youen
M I feas the wood pulp of Alachua sorts, get a bottle
now pine tree. care for billos be
tim, chills sad fe
Dgwybody's friend-Dr. Thomas' complaints. Sold b
f, -t'- OIL Cures toothache, ear-
a aire throat Heals cuts, bruises. Isat there omet
-Mf. Steps ay pain. want ad. ea do or



e ( Th te Oly Eye-Wiess To

of W. L K l*aL

km- Tesdays IDaly Sun:
* oooooooooooooO0
Te The 8un: o
0 The dead body of E. C. Osteen o
Swas brought from Holder and bur- o
0 Mad at the family burying ground o
* In Columbia county. It is alleged o
Sthat be died from the effects of o
* pietsn given him by T. E. Mixson o
" with the intent to effect the death o
* Of Osteen. St'lUSCRIIER. o
The above is a copy of a letter re-
eSived by The Bun last Sunday9ahichb
Was mailed at High Springs. but the
ethor is unknown. consequently we
1e1Man investigation concerning the
Mtrage information.
The Sun reporter saw several ,e-o
pke from High 8Springgs and could noti
locate anyone acquainted alth(b (rite
3SUi the arrival of I. Futch of that
e f He said the IiLun aun knoAl ii th;it
ctiUon as N*o* O .tee ii, and hbad
lived there is., % l. iil >eai ugIo. bul
SoKed a ay iand had n t bt'le h i.tard
front until tlh. rritr all Eof litI, l a' s
anuday, ahth i aas buiilld ,iar lhe.r,
I1s Colulult f'tuilll
On further ii t.-iK.t P it 1 0A
l uied that C k (' .11 11. I It, l 11.
that Is MUll)?- Ed tol hi.t%. i i (i i O-tI.-
th %hlk, t i t ab i1. h l a.Ll ItI *.
further tiat, i Il, it i. d. i .l (I roi i t
*fectl of a xnl al ,i'lt il, h h -It l.J)
that the ti is arti. t- h.ail i% i i ,t itI
been o Sn a is,.rt-, ti -ii.h r miid i .
IIe ntaunner got hold of thia ki d of
b6oa0 to drink luatead of a bt-,'

could not be learned<
them at the time tl
as we could think of
where the deed W
communicate with.
Judge Wills and
were both shown t
doubtless have a
started. as the ma
star witness in I
came which is to co
a special term of
next month, along
ant easUes
There are a gr<
tiolsM as to how the
drug that caused Il
a thorough int'ietii
this out .Miat-ion I
tnamel aas to Iruth
oilier part% 1, not
A message from
l. o' lnilleid ill j4ail
nothing of thet in
wre ijt ill o hi i a
kinew of
I 'e 'tate but ,t

41 I ll I l .1 I .ll I
,.,lil| a1 I ti.l e i l .d
t. 11 ., l e i 1,

b a llr f lil dI
I i h Ilh ,ll ll i
1I. >t liiia iig tllili i
I I ('ill rus t 4 I ti ll
i iihi it l.t I, ir.n Ali,-

W'herO tht) gut h t.. fI U .1 to -v bC. l!

all"T To OIL

at nilaiy suegsts- Prtf. Jules Elchelberger has return-
e nie' Come by the ed from M.iC5001)y. Evinhton. Mcintosh
hvir death, but only and olber places. where he spent the
lgationlwill bring past taIO aeeks folloalug hit VOCAtion
opre' nontl to) good a "us lpiano tunler. While near Tacoma
lfulia.-s. a whilee the lit.enij4" 41 a One dm3 'as sport fishing
kzloa to). anyone and wayis that the party sere very
vsuce--vo-fui and Bob are't- iting well.
3ii 0:44gOd I'll, hoStook for Goor giasFarm.
,.lid tm~at tht. knv%

~~4 t. L l. l ht- alagi-,er (llihoun of Sjoring Park
lraru %I,., in the city 3 e'terday lie
-41. 'All it fur )%#*r 'I' for i he ptirj-O.4ii' Ef oulvr
up!. '' fi le- li tat' l ituiug E(oft%., fit&,.' iere
111 Il-tI I% 1 ItI&II. Elfit- : -4 t )t i t, e4 laUI''.
I 'j, i~t %1a 111 1 14 #' te. OI il 1. 1

.1 ~ ~ E I .. *R is RELIEF FOR WOMEN.
.~ I~i a IA11it ~),A j.., 1,t, idh mei-ie a4 *I iiAI...r Iit ."t4
.'.u! ~ ~ ~ ti F Of P~IeItJI r~.,, KAl I4I~# I i.t)A I' '"dl '% "'

if \l. ~ tit.l ru~j -'4 I dridall tic bit4. tA U.. lo eg .C4
Ijdut1 ..ue C&4i .)5 L'; kw, Nv.aL..rebaTe u~



Stabbed Herees and CewAs Firend arn
AmsAka"gow we, to ca tt s OWN Theratl
ubl *mrty in Incoe A-ylum.

teg-J! MONDOVI. Wis.. Feb. 23.-Ha-m 11B.
Mi5 Hanson. a tfrer UT IlU near Strun,
cut the throats of Petss lo children.
a4 boy and three girls, whose a.-
t; cottis m rag from 6 to 15 years. today, with
L & butcher kllfe. He followed this
crime by Nabbistev eralW bo- ud
t-.c Tows. rtn theb herWs bo and
Stbhe cttinc his own throat.
eSerer eAfter killing I ch eldresn. Haso
went to the bai sand sMebbed several
. orses, cows and pigsaad kied a at.
R ED. He the m poured pa ls e r e t he
Ind pro etw troumh. Them havton pemeow rose
ady iono5 tt about the ouse ad barn and sete
toy Teudin n the buildingsHas drew a sarp
taly Srunsm: knife aeross his own trot.
ey returned Tuw Hanm a attended eburcb yfttay
here be went to re. with his fow eldren and neota
min men who have was noticed In his acti He w
inglng over them, an inmate of asylum about tweshe
to stand a prellmi- years sao.
bere before Judge

sing their arrest Tb bo oto- of N o em
attorney J. MC. lv chemca erh is th re of t aa y
leon of parties Intal beingl, Beshtos of toeyst Kamy
the prosecuting at. reeday. Heislets lte inen
ry desires that the me dy.at es at w r wile pst I s
desire theapeet tre comsed by the medical text booksel
ly invesitlate be- and autboriti as a rter acid solvet
slowed bail. a fantfepto thor Iure. Trake
that arrangements Foley's Kidney Remedy as a-m as
r the hearing to you notice any rre a and
ge on next Thura- avoid a serious malady. J. W. Me
a large deleaUtion m cao
3s will visit the
Letter From HMon. Frank Clart.
Ftom TuesWdays Dily Su:
s tt Col. F. Bayer Is In receipt of a
probably cepsed by private communication from Co-
& bad liver makes gressman ranrank Clark which was
bi, causes mental written In Washinlto on last Thr.-
slo and may re- day. in this letter the Coee.man
Ballard's Herbine states that work will positively be
be the perfect liver commenced on the Federal building
v blue ad out of n this city not later than the 1sth
today. A positive of March.
tdetebe. cou -
Iver a all liver may HOan
y W. M. Jobnson W. m et michlaf--tm it
ng which oly a msas a burn or cut or scald A
r tou e v? Ballard's Snov Uinimet Just as aoon
t as tbe accident happens i td pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
beal quickly and aleety. A re care
for sprams, rkumatlmi saad all pains.
Price 6c. e and $1.e0 a bottle Sold
by W. Joiano.

iCOBOL .- ,-- I-r7a i d
rom Tuesday's Dally Mun:
J. J. Haymas. wo own oodoer
g nn g ablo property here and who has again
M eD removed his family to the city, spent
Sunday and Monday here vistlngc
them and looking after his extenslve
interests. He Is now having consider-
able repairs and Improvements made
1, or who was with to some of his business property.
bey were drinking,
f no one at Holder. Worn Out.
ra committed, to That's the wy you f|el about the
lung when you have a hackiln coug
Attorney Rivers its foolishness to let It go on and
he letter and will trust to luck to get over It, when Bal-
ume iuvestlgation lards' Horebound Syrup will stop the
n Mixion was the cough and heal the lung. Price 2kc.
the liexlcy-Osteen W0e and $1.00 per bottle. Bold by W.
,me up for trial at M. Johnson.
court in this city
with other import Tuner sad Fisherman.
From Tuesday's Dilly Sun:

Bean the

Nor UhO. M.



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alms, Fe-m and teae. 8 fmOB 1

* 4i


Of or patrol and u A e I--
BANKS. The litt b
amounts put into thoryen ti
amount you have in them at all tm.

-tIy Ke UU a

The Fst btludhiw d

J. C. Bmaop, Pxeddidnt.

G. W. McCAu, (

Established in 1

- OW S.A -

oaoinma. 09NKANi
4 5M u................ .4

A mmsosm! =
of the #am" o .............~
4 buitlss ... ... ........*

Wo UesgFrom
xltwe- pioeseM

o4,t.) k.('tIYaOUN
Ix.' hr. w hJug~wd Wmartbeiwaa
-f leE ~ 91 i I

by the il 110u .....
4~ ........... q

The Altmayer & Flatau Liqu
70, F 4, 72 West Bay Street


Thi kFe Yu NI

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Sv lf r P it .- .I(a .,1,,,i.---Ia ld F



dowma ag

'I i a

AL :FIARY IS, 1904

m Cavene ar 22

6t to of Vw a. g a ta 3ft sv of
wle- t U"a w A. D &0 I. r thte tria of
g k sa"d mprir a "o eme"ind Il the
d I e asty Wnh e- have been

ll lm ftm mMaap a pe Sat jOry wth*

a" am en "of le W" o df a aftin g B
.ti ia as as oer Mdes, -rww flu the ury

e S Umt prm at ribed by law.
Shis ,ee as -W petit jum
d" as pe rm mgat heIn she.iff

f t bag ot W e1.y I A. D. WE" u

Mt n r mcA no. c.R"

I:' k



"W~ofwa w


* the Bridge

was- be nr Dvis as secretary of
vw ead whm hbe oid the Cou-
p amd beans me Pr e Medt, khis
Iga as% r GermsI oaders, was
sep@md enSme ts mle f It have
bemn mto. At to 107 eCveotoU
of Oe DOMmue the Confederacy a
.g.eo. was adopted asklag for the
16. -toM e ad" -sprnoestal.ve

I hsvef to Wd aed & The
-o df -i w meby Wdeta
of 09 mb~ 1kiossm'oere" ry of
do I*sw. mtw a *s.tm eby
"No w. of I i Anew l them
-ell of B Jims


Goodow s N
Aft t a


0400 aW S OUN UP

ma*pWmed An~ of U
C dosdm~bo"* 1w

If Lad 41 19"

I# 1low eamibtee wtheewas

b owheveto to datw:
lo Dasmokskniy ......... SK704
lowsone Dap"i. city .......ai
UNOW hu'iso Maills. ciy... MS

~ U l~o. ity .......11.580
vi m s eomakk. city ... 12.03b

Namob Caimsof. sky.....916
A Maid bes.city......64l.41

JIM as& wa .... ..l8017

i Jme Lynch

ho 0ftlwomm to COPt. Vlourme:
"lsoed w~IK aNl mle pU n "

Io so" db in Iml takIngfOd.

mw ine to Res

F A FOLA, Peb. U.-Guarded by
a *aM ot United states Oa
Ite, wi baed bayonetseb. mas
ers. edeleed, who kfled brsest
Martm. a ym while boy, Monday
- was removed early last

Read as west ads. In today eO.A

Mbe I

tla BOeal. ety........
Emma Hudon, ety ......
Anmie Bev.le ......
vea Sta. Wao......
. Ware. High prags...
Goldie Labrt, city.....
ssle e"-ard. Boel....
K. Caritoas, MkaNcaopy....
M. Fermldes eIty ......
Mary Thpta. city ......
A. W. Sal est...........
L Sadrs. Hawthors....
Ruby Alkigrnt..........
Plooss" Ba .ks...........


e0111th of Sall Child.
The little adopted child, which was
only about three moths old. of Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Walker of East Gaines-
vie., died at their home on Wednes-
day and the remains were taken to
Kanapaha. where they were laid to
rest in the cemetery

A Hrry-Up Medi lne.
Every housekeeper rec.culaesu he<
need of effective remedies to be uwd
in nePasoucies-when somelthinl nmuot
be done right away. Much a reani-d>
is Perry llats' Painkiller. for splraint-
and bruises, fur straiued mut-les anidt
for the arhe* s and Iltin. reulmtling
from blows aud fall lluri sand i ut
arei luataitly relied by it and
helped to heallug Itsr ulisloii of
merry began seventy years aeo II
is used in all countries and utllih.i.
of bottles are mold anuumlly Thr.r,
is but me Palnkiller. Perry I a lit-
Have you aeoa the ews large 3s. aig,.


i ii i ii i i i ii d0% A I

I find Pe-ru-na
very valuable for
rebuilding of a
worn and tired
r!IvALROUS, high-miied, ilmplsrve, meerocs, coarteous, euPmO
C oal, believer a good felowship, a lover of howe, magmaaino to ***
a 8 tee to tried, i a reputatlot that any man may wel envy.
o ma bto W oWemplise this deserupto tban Col. WilUam Camp, whose
Mmlsaml t lsis below. His uaiqer Irore and charming peronmalUty is well
h s Int the sts* f the espital city of the United States. His word ts good
0 his boe d. tfraknom aad truthtullue no one has ever questoemd that
WW him.
5sd what he my@
I wrf a y Oth I w s9ed Praum aMId fM tad yt a
A M tr aMw hac sT cwsds a ad ,WsrWIOaW tW a o wa
thd s -f_ 4 a-d- -Mad f t e- tftefd We- .
a~,".-C.L WMlm Cai 174 L SL., W.. Wua0stMa, C
1 11k 40^- V w*IW40- P--W AP4W-%- ^ !-' ^^- ~^ A%-^r^^-40%4W

I K. OCHA8. BROWN., Rogerville,
JV Tamn., writs: *"I feel it my duty
to wVrto you a few words In pdfte of
yer Fra I have tried many differ.
nga rmdle.s, but have found that Po-
a s tdhe great tohni on earth, Mad a
aueS system buMlder.
*A frtmd advised me to toe Peruas
Slbeagesdtlim, and it eared me la a
rUtime I was very weak and a-


LAKE JWFPORD, Feb. 24.-Mr.
and Mrs. iobert Weeks were visiting
t our midt Thursday.
C. C. NMerreon i again able to fol-
low the plow. Mr. Morrison attended
the meetg of the Grand Lodge of
Mamsom is Jacksonvllie and reports a
fiue time.
We are glad to see Mrs. Morrison
out driving, sad bope she has entirely
revered from the severe attack of
Mr. M. aements is through break-
leg up his ground and will start now

vous, could sleep but little at night, but
Peruna ered that tried, all-gone feel.
nag, and made me feel like a new man,
so I heartily recommend it to all who
are weak and run dowa. It will give
new life and energy.
"I eannot speak too highly of Peruani
sad will not forget to recommend It.w
Poroas is manufactured by the
Prera Drug Mfg. o., Columbus, Ob

In earnest to planting his various
crops. He will soon have another
lot of carrots ready for market. Eaten
raw tnq are said to be very ine for
the complexion.
Prank Morrison is visiting his pa-
rents here.
We would like to have another Ash
ftry. J. W. Peacock made the last ftry
a grand success by his generous con-.
tribution of Ash. Mrs. Peacock was
not able to attend, and we all missed
Mrs M. Cl-ments was shopping In
Hawthorn a few days ago.
We expect a visitor next week from



The Gainesville National Bank

CondmTed from to the CaMptLrotUr at thw
Close o BDwi Friday, Pe. 5th, 1909

Loan anl count ......... ... ...... $32,40'9 S3
Overdrafts....................... .292 55
Building and Fixtures ................. 3,71;2 6:3
United States Bonds and Premiums ...... 1709974t 98
County Bonds and Warrants............. 19,4S)0 00
Cauli and Sight Exchange ................ 10:,9;44 53

Total.... ................... 3 54.531 52

Capital Stock . . . .
Surpll$ and 'lndiviched l'rtit .
circulating g Note-4 ( hitta.itding . .
kolids lHorrowd .................. .
I| t li countilt .. . . .
I'lited Staltu. l ieioit. . ..
li dividual il! IhI nllk I l ,.-i- . .

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1. .1.4 Mi

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S.. ..... ... ... .......... ..54,536 52

I I .4 A gi re I ,I i 4ae-lI I.r -.-f it, .0 ,i-% ..,i... .1 1t A, k .1. a-
art .cf aog tie I -o a I *! -ig i-eiI j i a. t. tIi.. -t -f I j- ,
he 1i .4 FA I %I t I~e#IJjiI q -!
?%&'iwu rite.1 sm il ra-aris 10 I. .,i. 1I e0' .- i., ii day el~ Irutri
'*4 Ii 4\fef l.~4 J I Nt~r) l.
tur% t~t- I- tA I.t %Ii. H bI1'tlot.- Lo. t i'F1 W 1.611.p

w _

matsm us Mrs ag

M %, DEL., W r t. w i
now vieting her daeab
Webb of Hawthorn.
We have had sonif l *m a
last week. and they .V I

OWfieer Was Demiu
roe Wedneeda's DalUy f.
Ieputy LMrkerMt narrated
,Iove. charged with Ilambl
Paradise. but when the case
ed for trial before Judge l-
torney Felding. acting for
ed the Judge to dismiss t-l
the ground that Ichkersoa g
legally elected to the positai g
stable, and consequently ah
slto was no good. Judoe -
journed the bearing and has
eas sunder advisement.




In Which a Ridenmt f Ao
Ceoaty Will be Awarded a |
md at lIMS* n unislhed Fu
amok 4 lienef Or.PIS"
uwk A Seied Pian. Co., aois
sentatlv* *of The e HeI w
Miami, the Contest to be Ceaia
THE SUN In Behalf of =sTl
11, Mo_009
One 1400.00 Howard Plan -g
gl* to the person resiedt hi
County of Alachua who reuad
highest number of votes betwMi
member 16th, 198. and 10 p. a.
16th, 19t9.
In addition to the Piano thm I
be used by The Bush &
ano Co.. on a new $400 Howard
eilghtom Transferable Due BIlk.l
to be used as a first or laltla
ment on a new Howard Plam.
due bills will be given nla this
contest s follows, to persons
in Alachua County:
To the first six receiving the m
the highest vote. a due bill tl f
for $200.00.
To the second six receiving thtl
highest vote, a due bill for emsM
To the next six receiving the I
hgeast vote, a due bill for ~
These due bills may be uged IV
winners or can be disposed oi II
one for any value they may -i
and will be worth their tfo
upon the purchase of one of tfhs
In the event of a Ue for afy
otered, a prise similar nla all
thereto will be given each li
Hew and Where to Get Vdiga
The following merchants Wil
one vote for every cent paid laWn
establishments for goods whlt q
The Gainesville Hardwar
Phlfer Bros.
Hyde & Teach. 4
Where Votee May be CMd.
Ballot boxes will be found is the
tablislhments of the merchants i
vote and at The Sun omce. W
sent by mall must be directed te
Votinga Contest Department 9 1
Sun, Gainesville, Florida.

P Rule and RegulatioM.
1 The contest is open to 00
living in Alachbu county bwho isal
by the conductors of the cotesd
vouched for by some reputable pi
to theu well known.
2. No employee., attaches Ior
live of the propri-tors of the eM
named firms are eligible to p rtI
In this contest and a ill parttcipei
no manner.
3. In the event of a nui.uod,', l
IKg between candidates or otNU
tereated in this - \ersy may be referred to tb h
ductorr- f enteht, who alone iAm
perwsos qu~illfed to rendrr
4. In the event a ;.4iAndjiatei
to withdraw from thetrace ,ucbh
date will not be allowed to
vot, s to the credit of aothr
date In the conteht.

For a cliii.


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q, Th' It- In ft) ic. huh It)I
.14 I'l to 1141 h 4e it.et 1,61at I
I r.- to ri. Soliciting votes byIL"i
friends within the storelldt
-~ -*votes is undesired by ti ror


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c Agrt bom the religious basis for
te bting observed during Lent the
M nae f Mbelt has a hygienic value, in
~ it .gives the stomach a chance
i 1 O rom the overwork it is usual-
I 4adle to do the rest of the year.
SRably most Americans uat too
~A with the result that dyspepsia
a aI whole lot of other ailments
IL 1Mow. The various dietetic and
Ob1 cure which men take to re-
ew' from the Ills of over eating
I iWs mw ce to their value to the abate-
of Silmmess they enjoin.

it meom that the saloon men now
4 g6ed In business in this State can
WI easy, so far as State-wide probi-
WAGEr is concerned, until the question
is ubealtted to the people. In Geor
r sIk and Tennessee, where State-wide
W1lbhition was enacted by the LeAgli-
1ie0, the local option method of
VNulaUng the sale of liquor &a* slimp-
%F a statutory law, whereas in Florida
ss te local option law is a constitutional
MerislIon, and the only way Ihi which
ft aR be changed is by an amendment
to the constitution Such an amend-
lmAt will have to pass both houses
Of the Legislature by a three fifths
V4te of all the members elected to
the Legislature, and then be voted
fpst by the people at a general elec-

0 SAg

lIr)aii'r article to be the most im-
portant iollit ial paper printed since
the election of Mr Taft last Nuot-m-

The GaIncobviill Sun has a siubacrib- be'r
Br U Ja'ksou of LA~k#e'iew. In
Alaebua county, sho %%alktad into The FRANK CLARK.
@Ssa office the othe-r dra anad r-tw.-e-d
hi11 subu.'riptioua fir tilt- to nty -a'r* liotaFrmiazCak 'rk h' tinfrw1% li
ft cOjubt.(u i%- U t -ar T ho roa ,taur lno .-d tilt-ti.t eto l it e1,41,1110.a hI'll I'ui
Otis Vt an Ideial a it tz'ti A man %-t-, j, t,4 -111gfold a) i l- i I I'ell"Mj i la~ th'j~~
WWi kll k.p hilt b j~~ettril'ileau lblid up feor 1c., tit., p wit. r' t Ilie4,%o .t l lt, Mt is'a

UII0ty LeaP& tr mild rt 44 it rcgtilarl seim for hima c a r- I ti mot l* i~ t fil- h'Art-
UHliia a ithe I' tIIa Jei e, I .l.e .. I Sai ,, ,I ,I aida I I hI "'

10 c t. 14 11IlI %of' .~I 0 1 ii, .."*I Coe i,. I,- ; .. II.- ,- a 14"lh ot
eve las -&d Ill. IgI.',I: ii *a ~ .1 .aiI... I W. I,&~jh~I
b r U If I t~. at Ii 5 A'I.I~Ie? I ~ I V l'~ ItSIi

d~~ ZIr ) 11al1. ,M.1 k. a~ 1l,;*i, ,aua1, c : !L I.tei
1,14,00 k i Ill. I I I.- 4 ,ok i

1 31. IM, at 00118-
Act Otf1 OaeW of March

&Mer MeWday and Thuraday

,REARY. deN and *Wrw.
yems 1 Subeelptrines.
l Twggo4-Week SOun I1 a yar;
-gae Ma.t; slgle epiees, Sc.
Ad-prtelg Rate:
Saldverlements, 16 aents a
Lr nrst and 10 eats for -ea
adverfti ments for three,
s twelve manth at special rate
for ushed upone ppitieto t
mad Death Moti tInserted
ObItuarle, easnts Uline.

S Ow -C Mi Lk,
,e- m The Tbhre1--Week
T. WoM me year......$1.68
s- md The Atantat (Ga.)
ComstittlM on*e year. 1.75
ir dml The Atlaats (Ga.)
Weekly Jowal ome year 10
an aml The eml-Weew
Unileo year ....... 140

e will not aeeept tampa of
'soma ton than 2 cents.

EW Park M. Trammell, Florida's ef-
-j Attorey-Geeral, has received
g "boqusf" from the newspapers
And hbe deserves them.

; Apnb we remind you that in order
SvW at the city election on April
yu pen must pay your poll tax on or
Odwg the second Saturday In March.

SI k sad that two "spirits" will
e is the selectiUon of the Speaker
4 tSoe lorida Legislature--spirits
Sf atinMe and spirits ferment. It
gmales to be seen whether the two
bIts" will unite their forces or be
Vios Ones.

Ai Wprty owners have moved their
$ aes about five feet south on the
AM* al dMe of Boundary street, and the
Wk k nf rocking this thoroughfare will
Igg eemmece. When this paving is
. W d It will afford a good drive
age the public square to Paradise.
Slr aes west of the city.



(Tampa Tribune.)
Permer Governor Broward attempts
an explanation oft the rich "hand-outs-
given William 8. Jennings during the
past two years of his connection with
the State government but the expla-
nitlen makes matters much worse
than they were at first glance. Ac-
cording to the former Governor. Jen.
aings' salary was only $5.0o. with
the emphasis on the only, but he re-
ceived "commissions as agent." Agent
for bhom? If for the State. was it
not reprehensible for him to accept
and for the State to pay a salaried of-
Scial a commission for attending to
the State's business? Suppose, for In-
stance. Governor Broward had charg-
ed the State a "commission" for coan
ductag some business transaction
during his term of office? Would it
n't have been sufficient ground for
Impeachment' Suppose Governor
Gilchrist should collect "commissions'"
equal to three times his salary for
trasacting his efficale business In one
year's time? What sort of verdict
would be rendered by the people of
Florlds on sueh conduct? Yet here
was Jennings, a salaried official, re-
ceiving 56,000 a year for attending to
the business of the Board of Internal
Improvement, and collecting, In addi-
tion thereto. $10,000 one year and
$12.000 another year for attending to
that business. And, If agent for other
parties, what right had he to repre-
sent them while ostensibly represent-
tig the State and, If be did so. why
should the State pay him for repre-
senting other interests? Either way
we look at the former Governor's ex-
planation, the more unfavorable do
both sides of the Jennings deal ap-
pear. If this State is to set a prece-
dent of paying officials $22,000 bonus
in addition to their salaries, for trans-
acting the business of their offices, it is
certainly time to call a halt; and the
action of the present administration
in stopping this unwarranted drain on
the public treasury becomes more
commendable in whatever light we
view it.


Widespread interest among poli-
ticians has been aroused by an article
by William J. Bryan In the March
number of Munsey's Magazine, entitled
'The Future of the Democratic Party."
Mr. Bryan in his paper carefully
analyses the political conditions of the
present day. discussing the policies
of his party at length.
"It is more than possible-it is
even probable." he declares, "that the
House of Representatives to be elect-
ed In 1910 will be Democratic."
Bounding a word of warning to Pres-
ident-elect Taft. he continues:
"The President-elect cannot possibly
satisfy the expectations of both ele-
ments of the Republican party. With
a Republican Senate and a Republican
House controlled by what Mr. Roose-
velt calls reactionaries, how can he
escape conflict either with the Repub-
lican leaders or with the Republican
voters of the Missouri Valley?"
In discussing the tendency toward
reform legislation. Mr. Bryan says:
"The Democratic party Is In sym-
pathy with the growing demand for
remedial leglalation; it is tht-refore
rowing with the tide, for the tide is
onward. DeUmocratu. recognising the
reMiJnsiibiliiy of their position, and
strong in the confidn'itce thty feel in
the righteaoutiusnts of their ('cuue. are
prepared to sage a winning fight
against an opposition already panic-
luflucntial Democrats declare Mr.



TI'la.re' oI. tI" ia.,ta
90t 111 a ICut .I.~..

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faiw-,-ie i. g


The National Tariff Commission met
in Indianapolis last week and passed
resolutions asking Congress to call to
Its assistance experts to help In the
solution of the tariff problem.
It is true that our tariff laws here-
tofore represented to an astonishing
degree a combination of Ignorance and
pressure of spelal Interests duly bene-
fited, but if the tariff in reduced this
time It certainly will be no act of Ig-
noranee or surrender to special Inter-
ests. A perfect reform, or one next to
It. cannot be expected, but to call In
experts now, when Congress Is ready
to act, would only mean delay, and it
is already hinted that the Indianapolis
convention was called for this very
Them, what can *be expected of
tariff experts, anyway? Experts are
usually like doctors they mostly
agree to disagree. It is too well known
how even selteUkl men. when called
as experts n Important law cases.
only too often disagree as widely as
The country expects Congress to re-
vise the tariff, and the party In con-
trol is pledged to It; so let the ex-
perts alone. Their calling In will only
lead to a postponement of tariff re-
form and keep up the uncertainties
under which the country suffers just
now. and which prevent the much-
desired business recovery.


Only a Few More Weeks Remain in
Which to Pay Taxes.
Tax Collector Dickinson desires to
remind the tax payers that they have
only a short while left in which to
pay their taxes and save the extra
expense of advertising. According to
the law the tax books will close on
April 1.

Honor Roll of Hawthorn SchooL
Following is the honor roll for the
Hawthorn High School for the past
month: Tenth Grade-Misses Daisy
Ormond. Francis Laughinshouse. and
Ressie Walts. Ninth Grade-Misses
Ola Adklns. Marguerite Call, Kittle
Waits, and Deasil Strange, and Harry
Webb. Eighth Grade-Miss Pearl
Gay, Toby Stock, Leo Johnson. Fourth
Grade-Charley Corehnke. Third
Grade-John McIntosh aid Minnie

New homes are betag contracted for
almost dally In Sanford. says The San-
ford Herald. Yet it Is Impossible to
supply the demand.



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1(Contued a Page Ga.)

booked tfor, hut most kModly ceuma te-
at the request of Dr. Davids n to talk
twice, and as he says he did nt
bring his "encore" psee, he weuld
give an tmpromptu talk i the ft-
soon. If that was prompts we mst
refrain from saying what his lecture
was until tomorrow. as w are unable
to tell you a it tis imnadng. We
will try to tell you later.
See the 'Chasa Hqu Herald" or

today's program.

Had Operatlee Pormea
W. W. Coeon ha returned tfro
Jacsokanovle, where he accompanied
Homer Love tfor the purpose of having
an operation perored n the lt-
ter's eye. It wll be remembered that
Mr. Love had the misfortune to be
thrown against a boiler which had
been left In the road at night. the
horse killed, and himself seriously n-
Jured, about five months agl. It was
to regain the sight of oe of his eyes
that he had the operation performed.

Highly Plases With City.
J. H. Scales, cashier of the Perry
Banking Company, returned to his
home yesterday after having spent the
past few days here as the guest of
Chas. A. Falrreoth of the GalnevUtle
National. While here he took In sev-
eral places of Interest around the city.
which he pronounced the best and
prettiest town Into the State. He is
highly elated with Gainesville and her

Two artillery companies sad bead
from the United States troops will
participate in the Ponce de Leon cele-
bratlon In St. Augustine this year

wo uf -i

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p pei :4.1 a11 era'100 1,1: )3 i Ili) I

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Jewlim a %tic.

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WhlqmmMsI .
ai he n Ask- p i~d


The Novelty of the Thing

(1(IIKl H )(CIA ('I :t- art-- dl- t !r -w
TI-. y an- dio.''rst.%, '.1'r] aas I r)




Thirty years ago James C. Lee of
1100 9th street. 8. .. Washington, D.
C.. fell from a scaffold and seriously
Injured his back. In telling about It
he says: "My suffering was terrible;
from the small of my back all around
my stomach was just as If I had been
beaten with a club. I tried all kinds
of plasters, belladonna, capcine and
porous, without getting relief, and
bought so-called electric belts, but
ione of them did me any good.
"**One day, while working near my
daughter*' house. my back pained me
mo badly that I had to quit. I went
into the house and lay down for ease.
My daughter had a bottle of Sloan's
IAniiennt in the house and she rubbed
my back well with it and gave me
some to take home. I used six and
a half bottles of Sloan's 2c Liniment
and can do as much work now as any
man In the shop, although I am sixty-
seven years old I would not be with-
out Sloan'u liniment for any consid-
eration and recommend it to anyone
suffertng piill "



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*way wt of as owe wit ienfor.

mahs iof Im Ld---e s. -
The sUmma h t hTave the

oI day aes-- a-a waaa bess 3.1w
Sdew e ety elepme tio the
ee senseas n his g*reaNt undr

I eadteed p -O te. are s e in
ed sot emm --M al mae ima ded r

i i ee to i p tMe dle

*a% he am d tt goad @to a-a
am a le wam eur thae date of
te ebsam tsad Is the mmads .
Sae M tried work upas
o-aw nteaamm as ios pesible sleep
tim sae, aad e if go results will
th aEw the reatiLs that we wil
Kam th se essim hen.

I e. dew "., writes:-
of M- s wak fth OWkey tremble
0 I 0 M hardly walk a h ndPr
bAtL ROOM battles oe P lFey KiMae

a"g mAR e PetMAbow M. ime.
pow at new" is al u
n imft Iwndlftr toe deato t-

but sever maovs the h o fpley's

--" --eeS N&_ --'. Reft se say but
te Omni e a ths yoeow an kaeo .

the h esd thfat" e iswkatis wa
edat. 22" b
Pimsurnhu-n ek Lgpe.

bu eerflow h ueo Fly

G Go dhMst Wntroae Ubed,
Gise^aatrNurnsrls.a Thee teesshave
ue a ha d vigorous, yield Ba crops and have
M al cards of our tres ar eloquent
Sbar a ad mt ratsu that our biness keeps

w hat badlm Sortbe pirowing sections of
easat lor om We oler aa unusually ine stock of younW
WE, -aa ta ame toad-clay --on stocks from naile peach seed.
Thuem clan and vigorous trees, with thrifty roots, trunks
Sa am t"e very bet to be had,
amdye beoi propagated under owr
me so some.



Many ew grapefruit grove are be
oug planted about u ota ad vs-

Pust Oers will have an electr
Ult plant Ina opratlou by the lSth
of May. ----
The Lta people of Tampa will
mam erect a new Spenalh asino in
that eity. -
A rfanHsI a of mthe Ki.simmfv
range is the proud posessor of a ATve
leged etf. -
Theo people of Kiessmme are al-
ready njoyk g ripe pembes, the Arst
of the maess

A al nlitr was recently captured
ear lakehud eleven feet loug and
weighlng 3" pWoods.

The board of trustees cf John B.
ftenm Ualversity have ..-elected
John B. Steta, Jr., president of their

L. arma of Aurora, *, recent-
ly caust a chael elfa shin the Ki
simee rer which weighed 1%

Members of the Jacksvlle BDoar
of Akdera are catching It on an
sdes eM amount of the inlacrease in

The strawberry growers of Plant
City have shipped 107,722 quarts of
berries this n es, the average price
bIagn 26 eants.

It Dad eoumty is divided by the
next LtalSature the new county will
be named Flager, nla honor of Flor-
id's great developer.

The PenSaCola authorities are
making it warm for the saloon keep.
era who fall to etose their places of
bustnees at 9 o'clock at night.

The warm winter nl the North Is
said to be responsible for the fact that
tourist travel to Florida has not come
up to expectations this season.

A L featre aft the service of t
Florida uat Coas railway is an ob-
mervatlom car. The ear will be oper-
atod over tn extension work from
Miami to Knght's Key.

J. L. Alvres of Starke, who is now
esad io stack r1alasg. hah a Jersey
ow that has had three calves ain two
yarsN. He roestly butchered an ox
that weighed 706 pounds dressed.
which is a very uneommon weight
tr ative beeves.

lah&SUftmlId ilCW*


The third annual statement of theq
Florida fe Insurance Company has
been published. The company has
made a steady and substantial in-
crease in business and Is now estab-
lished on a solid foundation.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Poley's
Honey and Tar. and it soothes inflam-
ed membranes, heals the lungs, and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCoUlam & Co.

A hard surface road from Fernan.
diua to Jackbouill' 1is now an assur-
ed fact. The county commissioners
of Nassau county have decided to'
btart the work at once I

Foley's Orino Lazatlve cures constli
pation and ll"'r trouble and makes
the bowels healthy and regular. Orino
Is superior to pills and tablets as It
do. nuot gripe or iauueate. Why take
u>) thbli t'lh? J. W MItCollun & Co

fnlla ,tsj l 11 l. i ii .ik a i t (!i, V. i
i l i t r .i tt ,' (t '.if,. 1 1 1 i ( ', I
! .i i it a ,; ci 11 nir .0 2 : || -

The im"o md md iN-eweV Wornsbsoobn a
or"u ow d-o mm d ismss.We...
abl"k krn s do mmimms41W64eeph!ses
TAMh idilems=="Th f e *m -I-mimelem 0skshi
bwamso m$ sOW m 16e" esbele slms asoidl~som
of dbsm" owhcdy pNO k ms bad misuWorm

am &doA- -e0 6
-maw e N* me .o a V.b

Dr. er.,'.999Faveele 3'ia rn..ad #sow
do v utl.,-so W d heiiup Md
pow o Ii es-- am d um s ewe, wek We
ft NAk*" Weak eWES&g
Book a Wel
Ye" m*t sffid isomops .a&wtmss M= a eubsulse
Ar ebbs .slmd-Asshslmedisim or mmumww onm

S*IBy A. W.
- Florida Agricultural

Experiment Station---.-

Muck moa ae wormed by the decay. tn low wet places. of grasenm
tw aleves. ad even tree. Being o largely formed from vegsi
tor, a are me&k reer aintroum than ordinary soils. They ussad
coutan small amounts o phosphorus and potassium. No systemae ti
of the o eek sois of Florida has yet been made, but such evident l
been aceesulated tends to show that they are generally very acid or I
If muck soils are to be cultivated It is obvious that they mut
draaned. This is necessary In order that they may become the huoed
various kinds of microorganisms that play an Important part in the
of a fertile soil These micro-organisms need moisture, but they
velop In mad or standing water.
Cultivation should be deep. especially at first, In order that the a-
thoroughly penetrate the soil. Muck soils often contain substanesM
Injurious and even poisonous to plants. When these poisonous saei
are exposed to the air. they are probably oxidized to a considerable
and thus destroyed. A free circulation of the air also improves ti s
tons for the development of the useful microorganisms.
CArrecting Acidity.
Suitable materials for this purpose are finely ground limetia
slacked lime, wood ashes, and marl. A fuller discussion of this
found In Bulletin 93.
It will be necessary in most places to use larger quantities a
solls than on upland soils. If limestone is usneed, two to six toss W'I
should be applied. It lime Is taken, a ton and a half or two tom e
used. The material should be thoroughly worked into the soil ems
mouths before the crop is planted. This will give time for the
neutralize the acid. I
The Importance of destroying the acids can be better appreciate
we remember that the micro-oraniss that convert organic nitrao I
form that can be used by plants cannot develop In a highly acid uL.
imestone and lime also furnish a suitable base with which the ai-
that is formed may unite, thus producing calcium nitrate which cam ts
up by plants.
It mueek is to be used on upland solls, It Is also necessary for lb
to be destroyed. This can be doae either by composting It with ot
materials already mentioned, or by applying the latter when the
applied, or afterwards, and thoroughly mixing both with the soil by
tIn. Muck may be improved by simply drying and thoroughly
This is pecially true of mucks that contain iron compounds. We
expect a -pttsfactory yield of such crops as celery and lettuce on amO
until the aMds have been largely destroyed.
It occakionetly happens that a muck deposit is underlaid with
Is in close proximity to a limestone formation. In such case It is
likely to be acid, and might not require the treatment with lime.
Muck soils being especially rich In nitrogen should, ont, w SiM
require but little. If any. of the nitrogenous fertilizers. Exip.ri-nce. hgi
has shown that in many cases they do require added nitrogen. Tbh
cause they are so strongly inimpregnated with acids that thl- harcterIf
would oth(.rwise convert the inert nitrog.-n of thel orKanic" ma ti'r 1into
nitrates, cannot live. When this unfavo-ihie condition ha.- iwn cord
l ntrogen in the form of commercial fertilizer will Iw- requir d .if (a
-rowing tableabe crop is betin g produced. nitrate* of maKia nay*b
good a,'v1ntage. as may also stable manure since It introducIes
bacteria; but sulphate of ammonia, and organic forms of nitrog cottonseed meal and castor pomace) should not bw. u~ed; th< former
it will aggravate the acid condition, and the latter b.ela;n-. tht' reIs
enough organic nitrogen lrt'leiat .|'io.sI .. .d auind l,.t.-h may
liberally If desired. For phosphoric acid. ground boni. a exiCt'e
terial; while a ton or two of finely ground phosphatl. rock i11tatsl
alho be helpful; not so much. hove.er. for immetdiat. re MtIti- t's f
crops. tince the acids in the muck will \ery gradually co~ rt t
phot'phoric acid into the a\allable form. For |iota.h, atn. of 1th.e I"-
will sult Kainit has been used on the muck soils of Illiinoi- tlh
suIta. Hardwood ashes are an excellent source of I1ita-., if they
produced on the place or bought at a reasonable price.

A obaaY.Iosa, tern i~ejrt. mr A MI .CChair.
Mau s4 uarternd ea l,,1ua14illpolshel. t'.abeautful Slarc
Color. Imotwaghl kc69a H ..w. Ai,, ral k""5
&A4 vtry sMruem5IbuIlt. ketalls at &, *,c st r ur -a
but on Ac~count eor ourgft ustfan'datajursi t6 .iticleti
elI Iit 10 OU (Of*($-. This.11owe you Its )WAIa U an1
b ,buy I&# difCt from the fact QY t t nAc a ..1 IthhinK I ut
l fske a&,t iel CI&i rs r ~?i 1. t to ,,
~U at lu e asta tl a 0 C7 0 619Y1,1I cuj I. is,
a f i t, sa a Iaj .VuU U 1 0 111 1 L Ai i y 1 ,(1 1 (
611jull uvt I~jbi .cIafur our ta. e 1a!JialaS Id ..
a'.iA t~c 1ai~utarvotthe I 64.
(Ie ,'' 'frrtMj kin4d iofdeer. fii 1 j.I,
IIMJIII Lit. Ie.. .-NI 1- -L-.' -*


)Iara t a.1 ia1 t 1. 1 1, 1 i& Ut &"r sine r 14iu A .;qt. IIT,4!" I ;II ~.gg---sti

lkaialsli'sOii laiait brings quick re.*l
114l~ar-11ia cute-. Fifty Cents at all A T D R
:;tt r% TIffF. SUN." A T~ AD R~IN $

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TN. C. Fe
and Mrs.
washlgton and
1t Miss Mabel
with the
Wbich Mr. Ta
her name knov
The Pre
visitor at
bae spent a lal
since his a
his report on
W the Preside:
m shly gratified
several confer
wiho will be
The quest
for that p
by Congress. b
l the passage
U Salary of the
oJ reducing it t
the salary luc
Tft bas not d
0t Cocgrs'K to
W t be has fear.
Sfel called upl
1gM mpi nilea,-ant
p reference Tuesd:
C poNUvely that
tWe portfolio.
Stat the adm
rrassed by an
M in t the court
ummr'as eligibility.
M awiompanied to
eo egnlaeers when
Report on the F
eMgl report couta
.pmges and indoi
the lock ty|
ad approves
a gmlement of
|W seat to CO
f Umevelt Wedne
I.agM concern
iltS President
-- to the fsea
ble folly.



ectg Costme for lnamgiral

-Other WaMigton Notes.

>b 22-The a ,wectal train for Oyster ll:a. It
Taft have has long been the custom for the
are staying President and the President-eiect to
Boardman. ride to the capitol on inaugural day
Red Cross and to return along the route of th,
ft I. presl- pj'lratde wit! the ne' i're. 4l4i.t ocr(uoi
Rn through- 'in t .h,* i l it hai.!d :weat. \ith t, t,
*ldant-elect tiring executive at his left. the r.
the White ver~e of the relati' e ionitions in w which
rge part of they made the trip to the capitol.
rriial. He Two innovations will be Introduced
conditions this year. Inasmuch as Mr. Taft will
it. who ap- return to the White House alone, and
by it. and instead of using a carriage will use
ences with new automobiles provided for the
his Secre- occasion.
ion of Mr.
position o Mr. Taft is busy writing his inaugu-
tih hoaste ral address, but a not less important
of th housill matter ln thi Taft family is the re-

S secretary actionn of the gown that .Mrs. Taft will
o thesun wear at the inaugural ceremonies. It
*rese* was is to be made in N.w York. and Mrs.
obted the raft sent there last Week for the
.nin- this .absorhbtig work of having it fitted and
A that. r. to plan also her costume for the
on to with- inaugural hall. Mrs. Taft is not un-
criicim,. like Mrs. Roosevelt in her lack of that
ay. though.."bt le instinct called style, a:nd both
t Mr. Knox are rather condemned by the smart
. nd it ~ls !'et for their want of chic and fashion.
inistration NMrsq Roose*.lt has apparently never
y question failed to select the most unbecoming
s later as clothes obtainable. and while she pa-
troninzes skillful dressmakers and
tailors and buys always the most ele-
the White grant stuffs. she seldom achieves con-
they pre- sumnmate sartorial effects. Mrs. Taft.
ianama ca- a hofe allowance for dress has always
ins twenty eien limited, and who is consequently
re in ef- arcused of believing that economy is
e plan of the root of all irtue. leans to the se-
the prog- election of clothes that will wear well
the work and bear being made over. and she
mgres bwp i ears them with indifference as to
sday with their effect. I otn. however, neter err
ga the a- on the side of the flashy or obtrusive.
laye that and if they fail to make the most of
level plan their charms they are always simply
and appropriately gowned.

Me busy days at the White
I Psidment's family, after
residence there, are col-
lare and penates pre-
teir removal to the home
Y., ad the confusion that
t ae upper and private
6 u buase can only be imag-
Ow who find it cheaper to
to pay rent All of the
E f the executive man-
to the establishment. and
thwse from the personal
01 the gifts and acquisitions
I ylear residence makes the
m dtleult and complicated.
Sare Uder way also for
i- of the incoming Preal-
M .theI social season is at
SthUwere are receptions
sad dances to be given
" *Wry day and every night.
bShMsy sot a busier or more
% ISlly In the country than
1u MiAosevelts. As there im
to be done in getting
SP long trip which the
8fft Mrs, oosevt.lt aill lake
liiatMratlon every moment
Woth rk- The Prewidentt
t i will all for Naplie tion
of March .and the- pre|
1_bkL thn. pla.t titi i w ad-
Lby thet. fac-t that ilthiy

Preparations for the Inauguration.
now less than two weeks distant.
are going on. Every precaution Is be-
ing taken to prevent overcrowding of
the capitol. No person will be admit-
ted to the floor or to the inaugural ar-
rangements except they be members
of the Senate and elective officers;
members of the House of Representa-
tives and elective officers; ex-vice-
presidents; Justices of the supreme
court and officers; the aflmiral of the
navy and his aid: the chief of staff
of the army and his aid. Cards of ad-
mission to the floor and tickets of ad-
mission to the extent of two each have
been given to Senators for their
friends. This is a smaller number
than has been given out on previous
Pennsylvania avenue has begun to
assume quite a baseball like appear-
si e, BSeats or bleachers have been
-*rected at open spaces along the ave-
-lU.'. a here thousands of peIpl" may)
.-cure -,ats at prices var ing from
fift. (cet- to two dollars. M- ,h wl''
deI-|iid oni the weather. % '-hi ,. of l
cour.-,- t-. ala.it' a doubtful eli-ement
i lit, f ,urth (of March

All. I u th t\- i .% tl. tak." a coupldl
)t I 1 1 l! I and ii l g injtir

Weg to the W 11. fi t i ll Pna.' # tI i l li ~ ] it l'


M irfl'tjir til. Careful, CeeSIgsteg a ttl'i 't itI

'il be 11"111,u19(.41 ceuserativel& in mstrici at iscfw .



t ogloh o A A


We know of no other medicine which has been so suc-
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con-
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their health by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. PhkhaLm's Veetable Compomd is made ex-
clusively from ,ots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.

MiameMsplaMalm.: -fI wasW graBr asufferr tee feto
troubles wilkleh a red a we asa ad broken down Ceedit
f the system. I reed s mue b ot at Ltalia Piaka mLa
VegetaMe Cm ,phMMf led do e for etier rPUffertf WOem, I taM
sure it would help me, md I mMg may It didbp me we- W-
fully. Within tluSe maths I wi a perfectly wow
"I wMit thisB lter Made to eOw the b M" to be
derived frtm LyLda 3L& & Ve T aeble eUmpemMa.s'-
Mis.Joeha.M elam, I11a8 sed d .erth, MI-am-MpeSiS MA
Women who are suffering from those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts
or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's egetable
Compound to restore their health.


Into the presence of the Great I Am.
entered the spirit of Mrs. Omera B.
Thomas. January 10th. 1909.
Whereas. It has pleased our Heaven-
ly Father to call home His child, we
bow submission to His divine will.
but In the removal of Mrs. Thomas
from her earthly home, to her home
"Over There." In "The Land That Is
Fairer Than Day." her dear ones have
lost a loving. devoted mother and
friend; our church has lost. not only
one of Its charter members, but a
true. earnest, faithful Christian-and
our community a loyal, true friend.
Therefore be It Resolved, That we,
the members of the Foreign Mission-
ary Society. of Kavanaugh Methodist
Church. South. of Gainesville, Florida.
of which Mrs. Thomas was a faithful
member, express to her bereaved
ones our sincere sympathy. commend-
ing them to Him "'who doeth all things
well." knowing that she stands salt-
lug for them. and the separation will
not be long. for they hall all meet
%gain, where sorrow and parting is
unknown. and hear with her. the
blessed words of the- Master. "Well
,lone. good and faithful servant, enter
*hou Into tlih reward." The soolet>
iha- loe-t ihn olf its oldhst and lou -t de.
\tet I l nuil e.r. hut in our loan se re-
idlil that 1" lit, i ilt ire- llto he.r
f l I. rl t 1i l i1 1 %*. I -It ll 11a i >
Ini i t hi, r Itr ii I l ig r ii o Iil'ru li .
I', II it I t Tn 1r I a ; it4 01. \ o f
1.1 'li i 1 4i l 1 1 1 I l i S* i l
I 1 I 1' .1 .1 ;i It l li % 1 1 )I .I l .ll "
,'I I I I I J1 0 ;' I I 'd I II t I I 1 1 \ 1 1 aI d

rI I : i

M II?11


F'l, p Honey and Tar cih-ar thei- air
i-.a ftbi. lithe irritatlult inl the-
thr .A' a ssitlet! the itaflaiiIl 'd ullntl-
tfl.i. Miid the uslt obitliIltti ciiugh
(li -Atli-arn tiere and liflalied lungs
ar. healed and btrenigtheiued and the
,.uli ip. t'iie lled from the >)>lte-ltS lit
tu- aull> but the genuile In the )>1
lue package. J. W. McCollum & Co
Sea "Want" ad. brig results.

Had ood e aaIM.
rom Tu-day's Dally Sa-:
Maj. J. W. Tench, who has charge
of the Alachua county exhibit at the
Tampa State Fair. arrived in the city
Sunday to spend a abshort while here
with relatives who are visiting In the
city. He has a very ine exhibit at
the fair which was gotten up wholly
by him and is confident that he will I
capture some of the prises offered.

au" "Wast" ads. beta. rimMis


m cmm uumlw n-


iou MUMqgW-

sTICu IoF OR ijng1cu



TO AU Wbs2.I% JAW 09eem Taftbs to
b"iow a roeumdo&
ShinSlbs inth"bns to my
cowlingMA tbh.thee ". b m et ii shsd
telbsaud at lAas me d s"I otherW
boWelslgi dsv)do@& L bsie Uwe"ovrtos
dmiinlotrator fr Sfelut the Uof S Ww
for tts tdebts
% 48.Ithee. n Prtia"lpsnolateesgsedis d
obiatr of M. J Blo t rerquired itosea
belot. mcml at ainsville.Florida. eORtSAW I"
da;i of March. A. D 90 Wsitewcases t
u b a. dimha.~Idt'eosi eboubd sot be iresso&d
Hi... HA WN. Comw gjm ede

...Civ!f Engineer and Survey..
Prompt atLUISem atu ~allt bnsine..
03lo.. rset dear North 0f Thra~bw.rI
~~2 ..o e3...P. 0. BoxIns1. Ga(oisueeii,PINS



-Ses ied"Sy- 0 SWCF.01
Setul" Ily- r., I


P#46*v Is bore" Aw *as seJoin C.L
of bwaesi. frum*. WheeOn Joses.~
wale eemwatesi Ma"I No $1,91
000S. forN% of Nt e. ed"eI&S a-
e b"ULh Ran" 14 .TalbabMe
hem Al" eses aotsaa40Ma ea
five&-roear pos of.ptablmbela"Wm
shove dew.ribs. woret teth uim,2
votwtOq. 5at(JU4isfli vowWAS. aned
of 16". tlow
Caakwoussroom m em whemew V(. W.S
MM. W J Mattliews J.M L PWX A.E.
Rlhhrt. aula td OuMle. Pi
HIMusT ILaCOU Semome
V7. a. Uwavkleaasib
Notikwe k hereby uivou l-v 8ohm~wmsp
OMi of VI bliz-. Fir~bia. who. e an s V
t-a t ,,noeaHorn eeteawd Yftt go S~ei
NO Ojye.' feW M04 P4etis'* 4. WS
South. Rare 14 Up. Tair;"Pw31W u~
boa SWe noti'ev of ie-14b"Shetosoft NOW
shows dim- so @ei. hefPl~wthe Oev
abuvt pwrow.be bwe thbe OWm ssRe
"eTor 8% flsseavoo. V Iiw. eM
of bookh.I"A
Clasmu"si am m "a isesuss uP
ww N.3IL IeL 58UF. Riawei. Jr..&LX.~
sUs." s~of W169"s. MW
94d awaTaSCRMu egoism

L 91


. Ai







I O and What Is s-
b eIpsa...Psrseeal and
WM noem ef the City.

-a Day Supe:
S 0of High Spring* was a
SeO city yesterday.
. IL Hester of Evlniton was
SModay on a shopping expe-

M saker and Glen Moore of
p wje among the visitors to

et o Tacoma was in the
r aho route to her school

nM Tele is guaranteed to
Sever, colds and lagrippe.
ItM od by W. M. John*o..
=l of loral City is among
, i the city. having come
Sfew days with his family

9. Phltfer of High Springs is
Wa will spend some time
.bher sister. Mrs. M. II.

S. Emerson of Taroma and
5 Plaster of Micanopy were
v iltors to the city yester-
4 Mrs. H. H. McCreary.
of Waldo, a former
S(hat place but now con-
rf the Seaboard carpenter
a visitor to the city yester-

lfthrdsm. one of the popu-
Mg -- of High Sprlns. spent
na basevtlle. There seems
Mstl attraction here for

h Maltsh of Hawthorn was
peterday. He states that
OpMe Northern people visit-
Wp t Sf the county this sea-
kb usny years ad that real
hbem more active there than
length of time.
L Powell of Oklahoma City.
pIn eat of High Spri as, ar-
d' e7y yesterday and will
lt Mrs. M. B. Baunders
l afew days. This isa her
b he since moving to the
eI--try and she naturally
O many changes.

l aRves of Mieanopy Is
0 Voters to the city. While
Bi the g0est of Mrs. Davies.
Bsftmm of Bronson was in
StMlday. He was en route
i take is the sights of the

L MeLeod of Newberry. ac-
i by his interesting little
SMiss Marguerite, were
fe .,ishers to the city yester-

4A. laTveri of Mecanopy was
W yesterday. She was en
Wethlatou Springs, where
S1^t tfor the next several

)^M Iardware Company have
Sdvertlaement in which
1 ia0 sthe Ingersoll dot-
SICases nickled or of gun

S. aDudley and daughter of
5*e asnM the vibitora, to
y Mr lDudley i, one
iMilt netters of that section



-IA (W~aalsalil In-
4) Sfib %U555).q. I6.

~; ~.j1 eeAIs TitS.iIN M%

~em zatiAnswer
Oft amPritw.

k jk I- ", -

John Rawls of Alachua was In the
city Wednesday. He is a substantial
planter of the thriving Alachua see-
Rev. T. H. Sistrunk and wife *of
Micanopy arrived In the city yesterday
and will visit friends here for a short
J. M. Shaw, one of the successful
planters of the Alachua section, was
meeting his many friends In the city
Born. to Mr and Mrs. Harper of
Kanapaha. a fine boy which arrived
on Tuesday night. Both mother and
child are reported as doing well.
J. P. Entensa. the cigra man of
Waldo. was in the city yesterday in-
terviewing the trade. He has a fine
sale for his goods In this section.
Mr and Mrs. 8. H. Dempsey left
yesterday for western points of the
county. The former will proceed to
Archer. while the latter wrill visit here
daughters at Clarke.
W.4 Hodge of Alachua was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
is one. of the large planters of that
m-etimoi and also conducts a meat
market at that place.
I H F'utch of Alachua pail the cii
a visit oni W e-(l'sda> Hi i., conilnect
**d 'Aithli o fIe of O th. ledai'Jllg busine'tl'-
hous.e*- lof Alachuia iti et t et' that thi

Nit .- %ltrguerlit .1Mirriai, i of lin%-er
it. v. i) hla i'li th- chl iintuigK Kgu.'I
o M\Irs .1 i Aide'rmania r l tr n- pj -t
N. \ii;til ela at her hriml i' n Ali.A( L.a.
a iI: i" l, it 1d nt, r.j.i ftor t i i
li i ,o li.li i i t tle I rt' r .L r. f h i ii
IIV I ', int l t a A -ii. it.tilts

lDr A Fl ClI~e~. ', teriia

of ii'~ ~- et'riliar
ti 4 he'r. I! t I II ditace 11 -
('alk4j-,'At r'(l ela)(or ti~
deet Lrst I t~itt eanad d'e -
j~r~ip oIt I-I. i

* V aiAr~' aim
rauterel &
-r iii I''

4?t iI.'r
aafl ret e.lt'

I, t* I
I, &'. I I
' I I i~

aim ed II Lita -.,eI,%Il t % tar-oi.,'I r

lb)r %.% U III A'leite A eU 101,.1 aeA-" 111J-4.
miy him fltheit%%'rtluaut jI i, lit-ie It.
-ipvtii'. Lvouees.. I"Alxut tIau %ctehz

Tickling In the



of the county. and besides coducting
a large farm operates a mercant~ie
buiines at that point
J. G. Dampler. county conmiqsklonr
of Hage. was in the city yesterday
He reports everything v ry quiet In
his section and says the people are
all hard at work.
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece beads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo.
cal growers. let us bm-k your order.
Melton lumber Co.. Mi anopy. Fla.
A. 8. Albright and son left yester-
day for Tampa, where they will w sh a
sent for the next few days. The-
were accompnnled by Geo. Faulken.
stein and wife of Virginia. ho are,
si-,nding the winter In GaineAville a,
their guests.
Albert Strickland was amonx th'.
truckers to visit Jacksonville ye.st.r
day. He'goes in the Interest of lower
freight rates and It is to be hoped
that the representatives from this see-
tion will receive the recognition that
they deserve.
H. L. Edwards of Sawdust, Gads-
den county, was In the city yesterday
and made a pleasant call at this of-
flee. He contemplates removing to
Gainesville In the near future. and had
his name enrolled as a subscriber to.
The Sun in order to keel)p ioted.
J. P. Henry of Hawthorn wasamong
the visitors to Uainesville yesterday
He took advantage of his presence int
the city to renew his subscription tt
The Sun and vote for one of Gaines
ville'b most charming young ladies i l
the piano contest, who formerly re
sided at Hawthorn.
Fom ThWstda's DOaluy Am:
A little want ad. will accomplish
big results.
C. W. Wells of Alachua was In the
city Wednesday.
J. T. Manning of Clarke was trans-
acting business in the city yesterday.
Mrs. 0. L. Feaster of Micanopy war
among the shoppers islting the city
1). R. Howard. a farmer of the Is-
land Grove section, was among the
visitors to the city yesterday.
R. L Tison. merchant and business
man of the Trenton section. was
among the visitors to the city yester-

Miss Katie Mae Carter was united in
the holy bonds to Mr. Luther M.
llrinkley at 7:30 o'clock, the Rev. 8.
B. Rogers performing the ser ice.
The church had been beautifully
decorated by loving friends of the
bride and presented a very handsome
and pretty appearance, flowers and
evergrees being used extensively in
the arrangement.
UIttle Miss Belle and Hall McLeod
acted as flower children, each carry-
ing a basket of flowers, the little Miss
having white, while the boy carried a
black basket with pink carnations.
rhe bride's sister. Miss Julia Carter.
acted as maid. while the best man
was he,, brother. M. M. Carter.
Miss Carter looked lovely In her
traveling suit of blue. with hat to
match, carrying bride's roses with Ill-
les of the valley, and the groom look-
ed his best in the usual costume of
Following the strains of Mendels-
sohn's Wedding March the happy pair
marched up the aisle to the large
arched center, where they were join-
ed In wedlock by Rev. Rogers. the
Gainesville Orchestra playing a flower
song during the ceremony.
H. R. Wilburn and Barl Kelley acted
As ushers.
After the ceremony the newly-wed-
ded couple departed via the Seaboard
for Tamfa. where they will spend the
remainder of the week. but will visit
this city on their way to their future
some in Louisiana, taking In the
Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans
before proceeding to their home.
The bride had been a resident of
Gainesville for only a few months, but
had gained a host of friends, who wish
her much Joy and happiness through
her wedded life. The graom Is a pros-
perous business man of lulalsnas.


Mr. Job Will entertain Publie o Sb.
ject of irds.
Everyone is cordially Invited to hobear
the lecture on "Birds" at the High
School auditorium tonight The lee-
turer, the Rev. Herbert L Job of New
HIaven. Conn.. is one. of the leading
ornithologists In the United States
As a lecturer he enjoys a great repu-
tation. The lantern slides. with which
the lecture is Illustrated, are ususual-
ly fine.
Mr. Job is probably well-known to
many of our readers as the author of
"Wild Wings." "Among the Water-
Fowl." '*The Sport of Bird Study." and
other books on bird life. He is In
Florida under the auspices of the Flor-
Ida Audubon Society, and wherever
he has I-et urged has delighted his audi

His lecture here will be under the
joint management of the High School
and the I'nitersity The hour was set
*-arly. 7 l'.. so as not to interfere with
tihe attractions of the Chautauqua

t('oi* anid bring )our ritends. for a
1 h Ir'-.t A ill I..- off, re-tl

As advertising finds the best market
for everything else, why not for your
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interesting feature and has proven a
fountain of information for visitors
that are intere-ted in agriculture.
The different laboratories in the
Experins.'t station have contributed
to the e- Ihlt.
The laboratory for soil Investiga-
tion has sent samples of different
forms of lime. limestone and other
materials used for correcting soil
A.n interesting experiment showing
the capillary po& r of different soils,
in the State is Included.
The laboratories of animal industry
and a granary have seat different va-
rieties of velvet beans and sweet pm
tatoes, samples of Japanese cane and
natal grass, along with numerous
The horticultural laboratory ex-
hibits different varieties of pecans sad
sub-tropical fruits, such as mangoes,
sapodillas, avocadoes and Nuoar ap-

The laboratory of plant physiology
has sent an exhibit of ectrus disease,
such as dieback. melanse. yellow
spotting. wrenching withering and
copper poisomtg.
The laboratory of entanology sends
a collection ot the Insect pests of the
State and some of their relatives.
The whatL fly aM Its eemles, the
fungi, are shown in detail.
The 'nilersity is represented by
exhibits from the englneermng and ag-
rteultural college. A large box eo
tools made by the students of the
sophomore class la angaserngla is at-
tracting much favorable mme-t. A
large bunch of sweet potatoes raised
on the agricultural college farm is
the best to be seen at the ir.
The department at *etenaloa ex-
hibits some details coieerning Its cor-
respondence course In agriculture for
Mr. B. F. oyd of the laboratory at
plat physkelogy of the *l-irment
station to i barge of the exhibit.


Galneville.. Florida.

kDear Sir: We reiterate:
Every job painted Devoe takes las
gallons than of any other paint.
Here's the proof:
Paint half your Job Devoe; paint the
other half whatever you like. If De-
voe doesn't take less gallons sad cost
less money, no pay.
Yours truly.
72 F. W. DEVOE 00.
P. 8. Gainesville Hardware Company
awl; jur paint

Notice of Intention to Apply for Spo-
cial Legislatlea.
Notice Is hereby given that at the
regular session of the Legislature of
the State of Florida. convening at Tal-
lahassee in April. A I). 1909. applica-
tion will be made for special legisla
tioii for th,- Ti mn of Netwlwrry
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you? "ut it hanon! Can'tgetridof It Homer e
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Menmoag of C00 mmu1ees
The death of Mrs. T. W. DIydien O.
curred at the keoptal WdMis
moarlag at 4 W*cleek.
She was breaght here by her ho
bead ad other riatives about
months stce lan the hope thi t
change wouldM proved beth ba
and bheella to her weabalmed a
Uom. but the dread disease b4 ha w
ed sewh beadway that It Goelly e
ed the younW vtli m no e M .
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mamlg could do for hbr in her aM
of suffert was do e by witlg heatd
her husband being with her at i
time of her dese. ,
She was a young woman sL
In her thirty4rst year. dul 4rlg I
stay here had made M
aomv who vlsied the tis
sad comior her.
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tist Wedneday Morning. at State PFair.
Ono of the prettiest church w.d. TAMPA. Fla.. Feb. 24.-The exhibit
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that of Weduneday orniuKg, a hn G(ainesville at the State Fair isa a most


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