Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01590
 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 27, 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: VID01590
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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pr. w ft o w n judge

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~~ughgwhen It b4


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load, a car lot. or a gallme. He saw
o reason why, If a train load or a
ear lot were regarded as a separate
mgse.. the matter ilght not be furtb-
er dived. spatg a hunadredweight
th- sat or a gallon. greatly tacreas-
Ing th member of eresses sad maagnl-
flg the pualshmment The dlvIsion
of alled offenses, he said. seemed to
&M naturally late thirty-six parts, or
mgnt. eaek marked ol by a money
saume.t. It was Ia these settle-
mnts that rebate, If any, were made
IMe uemved.
Mr. WlMsm argued that the One
W- would he possible under the
eewt' ramag would serve merely as
a Nme ie to a great esrp ratlon. On
this point Judge And erson aid, In-
"That is a consideratioa whieh has
so weight with me whatever. I am
Mot emeo-med with their I terprets.
SliSae and a- ieastln. If the view that
I have take has the eeet tPhat has
beo etated. that is a matter for the
lawmakers to insider. If their laws
are ladequae, let them uMpply a
.... u y*W -- ----_

WASHINOTON., eb. 6.-"Well.
that ee way of conMstrlag the law."
was the Oly com- t Attorney-O4e-
oral Bnaarat would make when in-
lfrmM- yesterday of District Judge
Aanderso' expressed atetlion to rule
that the aMt of offeases la the Utamd-
ad Oil rebating case ow up for
al Is ChIeao woulMd he the actual
s&islmet of freight charges between
the marwtesomesrmed.

of World Boied

Down for Quick Reading

a t k dwa g in the

at d deloet Is now ex-
4 Lac to retain hbes,
Ne -o an ar or dr tr.eIaI

Go3 bgggy ah atinnesas

IW a -aWR o mo uBrder the

Iff 1Wtih whtahy *at would go pro-
h haOe behe Saehed by theold

IBM. the defeoe is nmow ed
as a Witess for the defeBs.

W"Wdesat to lhe pwoulbidgoP
that elentowrs be held

The ensematles now dry would


SWmrnt weswom Out for Mal.

sMa Iae, the youm maun .leUK
aerre a esastable lai district
60, Iha ed la t double. betag
Mdf a sbhae of larceny, the
L be n s elo sttied until the
lorm of smurt
and w eu mrts charge Is
S lra a oelsoe. ad the
I M by hme of the me-
M wrested, whom I

After It had gone for fourteen ast
rounds and when ea of the contest-
&ats was weahenlag fast, the sched-
uled tweaty-round bout between Tom-
my Devila of Philadelphia and Eddie
Khmey of Chiago was stopped at
Hot Spriag,. Ark., by the sheriff and
the decllson awarded to Devlln by the
referee. Mayor Jodd ordered the
principals arrested In order that a test
trial of the case may be made to de-
termine whether "boxing exhibitions"
are nla violation of the law.

A plan for the material uplift of the
begroes of Georgia, which cones en-
tirely from negro Initiative has been
announced It contemplates buy ing
2.000 acre* of farm land. dividing it
Into 400 farms of fifty acres each, and
allowing tenants to pay for this laund
la cotton. Each tenant to buy hio
laid I& to lay I .0O4k)x poutindI ofit giil
tiddillitg cotton lper )ea.r lo r i a vii
e ard Thuis amun ilt i s raid to iial
about the average retail r.ite* now
paid by good tigro f.arm tenants

Is alleged he. took the sum of $:31 froni
and afterward otuly returned hini a
part of the money

Conference on March 10th.
As a result of the tinit of s et.ral
of (Gaihiesille's largest asnd nusat In.
luential truck grot-wer to Jai'kaun
wille the In latrtate ('onluut-re ('Co
amillu have decided to hate a further
hearIag oa this subject lu Washillgtuo
us March luth The atitorue>) r.pre,
seating the laterests uf the gruwerm
WIl I*wt thl city them

~it~llte~bi~ ~ailM


Rear Admiral Charhks S1,erry. who,
brought the American battleship fleet
from San Francisco to Hampton
Roads, left last night for Washington. Presdet-Eect Sees a Number of New York f .
It Is moneam rntiw In the fl -t that

President Roosevelt Intends to name d 4 H1
the next commander-In-cbief of the
fleet before he retires from office, one
week from yesterday. NEW YORK. Feb. 26.-All quallfl-
The storms seem to have abated. cations of uncertainty In the predic-
Prom the southwest the gale swung tion that Franklin MacVeagh of Chl-
around early today to the n'arthwest cago has been accepted by Mr. Taft
with a decided drop in temperature., cago ha bn acpted by Mr Taft
The water continued exceedingly as his secretary of the treasury are
rough, and serious damage was done hereby removed.
to many of the ships" launches. Re- Mr. MacVeagh accepted the place
ports of disasters to parties on board yesterday nnd thereby the Taft cabl-
the little boats were rife during the net was made complete as heretofore
day. but all fortunately proved to be announced by the Associated Press.
unfounded. One report had seven No official or unofficial declarations
men and two officers drowned, of Mr. MacVeagh's appoithtment is to
Customs house officers boarded the be made by Mr. Taft until he pro-
shlps today and collected consider- mulgates his entire cabinet. Hut in
able money from those officers who this case. as in other notices of ap-
had made purchases abroad in excess' pointments. the facts are known to be
of the $10 worth admitted free. It is c a navy regulation that all dutiable. The cabinet. a% completed with the
goods in excess of the amount allowed selection of .Mr MacVeagh. is as fol-
by law. shall be declared by offic-:r. iow':
returning from a foreign cruise, and Secretary of State-Philander C.
the inspection begun today was out of Knox. of Itnnsylvania.
the ordinary only in the matter of the I Secretary of Ihe Treasury-Franklin
number of ships entering at one time. MacVeagh. of Illinois.

Most of the officers who made pur.
chases above the usual limit during
the cruise were somewhat disappoint-
ed that they would not be allowed
free entry for the wearing apparel and
souvenir brought home for members
of their Immediate families, but at no
tiUe was there a suggestion of evad-
lag the tariff laws of their native land.


Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin Enter-
tain In Dolightful Manner.
One of the most enjoyable parties
ever given Ia this section was given
by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin on
Monday evening. Feb. 22. at their
pleasant home at Tacoma. which was
beautifully decorated with all kinds of
potted plants, flowers. and red, white
and blue crepe paper.
The party was given In celebration
of George Washington's Birthday.
The first event of the evening was
the examinatlom of some of Washing-
ton's historical articles, such as the
famous cherry tree, a calpl firearms.
The guests then had much amuse-
ment over a guessing contest of dis-
guised Americans. the prize being
awarded to Miss Lona McCredle.
After the guessing contest the prizes
for the most faithful representation
of Martha and George Washington
were voted to Miss .Mattle English
and Mr. P 1) Sherard. respectively
After finding partners h)> matching
hatchets the guests march'-i. into the,
beautifully decorated diiinoit room.
whe-re dainty refretshini'nlts se-re,
e -'red.
The guests then marched into the
sitting room. where dellious fruit
iiunh n ab s served toy .Mr- P I)
A'* rar I
'T I. Mo4utt, i ei cl 1 4iLisartl .i .1t a late'
il Ii ,r .t l it re lter ta inerlI.
th 0' w h0n lb.ni th, I, ,in., I .l1 '
i 1 1 l it ) h r, l I ',r i :
C hm dlltt, i l l. \i ,i it i ,
a&fil Mir J V\\ t t i n 1
iM r I' I s. ir I, r.l I MI e \.r i\.
Il<, ,, ; .lt .t M Ct'i, d. 1i. :ni, ,a 1 li
ifih I.* i,:t lIo nk. t r. r r I', lhit I s. 11-
tn sc >r 1.1i le .i F -on M, i il.11' l.:
Jltll. is l| .M ,, P.r- F. l{ <. bl rg r I.

Ld No Sil

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&Scretary of War Jacob M. Dick.e
son. of Tennessee.
Attorney-General- George W. Wlek.
ernham, of New Yprk.
Postma.,ter-General-Frank H. Hitea.
cock, of Massachusetts.
Secretary of the Navy--George Vo
S. Meyer. of Massachisetts.
Secretary of the Interior --RicJ
A. Pallinger. of Wa.-hington.
Wccretary of Agriculture-JaeJa
Wilson of Iowa.
Secretary of Commenrce and laer
--Charles Nagel. of Missouri.
With his iostnmaster-general. Frak
II. Hitchcock. Mr. Taft took a fv-
mile walk through Central Park in
the lilting wind today. He saw a am&
tWr of New York financiers during the
day. but said the calls were those to
express friends.hip and had no other

iIIiiri )(nc,..
There was a genuine
Taft family tonight at
I ''aft residene

reunion of tl
the Henry W.

Gov. Wilson Defends the

Freedom0of Public Pr

FRANKFORT. Ky.. Feb. 26.-One of Gov. Willson %rote upon pa
the strongest defenses of the freedom the newspaper company this r
of the press in criticism of public of- "Because the long series o
ficials ever delivered in the South was in this district which have
written by Gov. Augutus E. Willsou punished under these ofe
yesterday in granting a pardon to The minil ration. make it necesLar
Herald Publishing Company, of Louis- press to criticise all who can
ville. publishers of The loutisi'le responsible.
Herald. for an indictint in the ( al- "If the courts do not put a;
loway. and in Trigg circuit courts of the rule of crime in the coa
western Kentucky. charging the paper a which the Judges and common
with criminally lilbelling Judge Thomas attorney are selected to upl
P. Cook and Commonsealth's At and order, the only hope of lw
torney. Ienny 1P. Smith. The two of- relief from such conditions I
ficlal: itr,-ide in the district in which llhtened public s..ntiment an
the greater part of the night rider the press( of the country, and
troubles in western Kentucky occur- of punishing the newapapel
red, and the paper vigorously scored make a fight against such co
them for failure to perform their duty it should be regarded as fulfl
In prosecution of the lawless element duty

Boy Accuses His Uncle

of a Wholesale Mur

DIII'.T1 It .%Ia i '.'I 2- I 'i l. f.ith r a.il -! i r ~ .hat hi u
Itob ('C l r :. :is. told Im tIi.1 Ii. killed I.f4t1 ltu :t i- l.uk*. t.ither i f
tli 4id;.. .n i .- 1il( lhad '.. li 11, I I % ita |' i.ld nl h4 -l I tr.il .* d<
thi he' i ** :tnl d would .se't fire t th l *! -. rle .0 ti
house i..ll IiKa t. anIil bul1 ll IIIII up IIli r 11t1r 0- 4 1\.Ii 1" I
andl l ga < r 10nt not t o 1 I.. l r'i ,a .Il l-
I Tits ,4 .t-. th I ltl 'i : t: ) %* <1 I 1 1 ..I ia : fl l:
m I ,' < r ( a i I l.,t I I *1 I **ill. in I hu ml.inl l.** < .
honl of : .1-1* I ol I I' l II Int t o

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0dons to
f ari-
not ben
enr' at-
y for the
be held

n end to
untied Il
hold law
is in a-
oused by
I instead
n which
Killing t'


IIu' 4 had
it!, boy.

,.- t Ibad
l,.irt of
r.i l .4

IA, o ni
S 1 d tu I *.L At
a I ''I.' ga~rtu

S i 1 i .. l i ii l e

Ce.-.d-t-ori Very Serious.
1t, i r '' F. ~ i'a c % ij i t 1114 f i llei

, ,: L Iii ,-I I t%% V ..I :II- ti I hIu. I eI I aI II IfI i \ I I- I I T \ 4.4 4 e -i ofe i t -.d I

% I,' leacim i N %\.6t11 r II u ic i tI II, -it :.li if ha~d 1lie :.I I 14i e t
t F.ii sti~tl .e i elI tiiiiik ri. liti elil t te Ai t tili jsrak i t~l., Aiac ti tlAt %eimew
A4 ES F I' ft-Al P. e r' e ultcr lwl tI,.1 f, hito a' life-
-Ife~r cdAUKIuf A''r~t SIA ugcu -Imtiaec Ai,

Tbe waut ads do more real estate
business than All other brokers corn
bined In fact, they start" aiost of
the bustlne" that te brokers and
agesta Sahb

Th.e Suu office for calling crrds

Ceath of Missofl Confir"Od'

I.te '.. S( fiia'th i lll 1 1.1 1 'IfF i
,h iife Aa, iii, ili i* (10 le


iWalt advertising tI a force wliew
If you have luot or found anythlng )uu can haruess. and with which 7
Jo not fall to keep your eye on the can drive your ilins ,ad purpo0S
classified advertUsang esm to any delsred de t1'r'ttl'

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Weo ster me Y "of eestUlpa
=n oper ar A tbo medum used
dr e totamL Ye pay us nothing
It we o T t's a mighty broad
s memt, -md we s* every word of
t. We wo It -p witk our ow
personal go2a-m too. Could any.-
ao e more-firad m e s for you
The st seletlTe. common senis
M Mqa t ti Bensal Orderlies. T' ;r
etive prinmlple I a very recent scirtn-
K diseymfy that Is odorless. colo-
im md t twiles; very pronounced.
$d md ple smat in Ua actim. and
MN Ir1y agreeable in every way.
This inlredteut does not cause a*
dMrrhm e ueses. atalenee or gr
W&. Reoau Ordertes are as pleasant
Ia tals as m G y and are particularly
gad for ebtMIre and delicate per-

i you eer ft"rm ehrenae or habit-
d eWmtpaton. or te associate or
dependent bchmie aimeuts, we urge
jo to y R omanU Ordrl oe at our
4t. yes, a amonly got
fem at teres Two simes, 2c
a I 0e. J. W. MeC0o0am & Co.. cor-
er h1t in amM Unto s treats.

mntl -t wetoome Ran Crane, the
--rimmi m- d mMbh provoker,.
whevar he viefts the town, for he

The LaTdy W-i-g--a Quartete
We i neat -~ As mueianees sad
dau bu bt are lovely women.
Mra. Oem PIteltt gave her lecture
ast ~t, m asemat of whle will
be give in Snday's paper, as we
ernMt'st r of great a object Im

! Material to Arrivina.
Neary all of the material has ar-
rid or the erectlom of the new
War er acklng bouse and carpenters
are expected to start work on the
beUildg the Irtoef the coming week.
It will be cstrcted principally of
galvaalsed Ie but wM tIn every way
be lrgr M better than the old
e1r ~ in, beg bs-pcal designed
r the May handling of vegetables by
Sthe anss cito

UM sadeahos. prebabr mmed by
M IO IT Uver. A bad Ever makes
- ari andTUIWlMeb e intal
Ml o a i depreussm maamy e
am Iatrauly. Batards Hrebeim
is 0lh-be mto be th perfect Uver
r" 1It 11breo sb ad out o0
git. a baMO today. A positive

ti, ddlb ad fever ad all lver
snapalat. So by W. M. Johans.
iambeC Md e CeWt.
A eas before Jstice Carlisle Thur-
day eeupited a greater part of the day
sad was tried by ury, who rendered
a verdict la favor at the defendant
Vtl e Vamer Lawbon was hit by Sol
Webls, a dlver oa oe of the me
wages. which the darkey claimed
was a*elstal and the father had a
warrant blessed for the negro's af-
ret with th result of his acquittal.

s--m-&....I Jaml....
The above is the sua of a German
ehaemleal wheih is one of the many
vatahble aMredlets of Poley's Kidney
Remedy. Maammethylenetetramine is
reimaned by the medical text books
sad aUthorItes as a uric acid solvent
and atisOepti for the urine. Take
Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as
you aUie say Irregulartles. and
avoid a erious malady. J. W. McCol-
Mr & Co.
Thuadr st Home.
Husband-Itd p,,u he. r tle storeu
wheu It broke thil- i ruii.'.? 'Wite
That wasn't t'.e birdr. It wa tbhe
new girl a:hti aj ~ i. breakfast dishes
-Baltimore Aiurilau.

A Respectablt Fortune.
L.Itle Will'* say. |pa, wlait I u re-
spectalier fortune"'" I'os uw that Is
large oieoUKgh tu niLe its| Muie4.or's
ulopiaslh on iay subject re mpcied, i my
now.-4hk'gIn New.

Many Uls come fruum impure blood
Can't hate pure blood with faulty dil
gestio. lay liver and sluggihb bto els.
Murdock B ood Bitters strengthens
stomach, bowels aid lit.r, and purl-
See the blood.
The habi t M aawerlag ads. that
appal to you is eae that ill kOep
Fe intenited Ia the ULe you are Uv.
i, amd ~wpw qm.

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Mice DeOrnn Elie Inemreaed Her Lead
Over Miee seeoie Dupre by
About 3,00.

A good vo'e nas .Il:. d i the p!i'in
0o11i Q.,. ) ,jst I(. L. v 1i. 'l I..-4 % 4 1i (1 -.
.ributed l,-tr ti n tIh fur l"-adin .("n-
didate.., in tlhe co-nt,..t. Mlk, l'i rr,
Strickland received ..',: votes dur-
ing the day. .11tis ltor..n *Ellis ;'2.4s',
Mls Dupree :,.IL ai.d Cathteriue
Hlalle 13.840. Mary Daughtrey came-
next with 2.020. the vote of the other:
candidates being comparatively small
Hattle Ilaird was euterted in the con-
tet with 106 votes. making 2S taudi
dates now In the race.
We regret to have to again complain
of the slovenly manner in which sonme
of the coupons are torn from the pa
per and twisted into every shape Ini
aginable before they are deposited
In the box. If it is the desire of th.
parties who deposit the coupons io
this manner to gite the editor all the
trouble possible in separating and as-
sortiug them preparatory to the count
they are succeeding most admirably
for Friday*s coupons showed the result
of much practice In the art of twist-
Ing them and absolute disregard for
neatness In the way of trimming
Really. It would not be much trouble
to cut them out with a pair of sheer-
or knife, and if you would only fold
them once before voting. Instead o:
twisting them, it would save the editor
at least an hour's work each day. We
are not getttag much out of the con-
test In a financial way. not near
enough to pay for our time in count
nlg the votes, to say nothing of the
advertising space consumed, and we,
wogld thank you to make the work
as light as possible. We trust that
we will not again feel called upon to
refer to this matter
Following in the vote of each clandl-



Dorian Ellis, city ......... 871 .39,
Bessle Dupree. city ....... S,6 2.7.',-
Catherine Halle, city.... .810.73:.
Frorrie Strickland ....... 39.32(
M. Dasughtrey, city ...... 17.8:>8
Mary McCormick. city... 72.040.
Naunie Dickinson. city... 57,91',
Alms Pennell. city....... 56,410
Julia Carter, city ......... 47.630
Mabel aancheb, city. .... 45,870
A. Oroff. Newberry ...... 3SS.010
Jessle Evans,. city....... 30.205
A. Strickland, Waldo ..... 25.300
latelle Beal, city......... 24.530(
Emma Hudson. city ...... 23.770
Annaie Bevllle .......... 18.596
Elven&a ta,. Waldo ...... 11.895
I. Ware. High Spring*s. 11.385
Goldie Lambert, city ..... 6.205
Liasle Sheppard. Bell.... ,005
K. Carton. Micanopy.... 5.590
M. Permandes. city ...... 4,096
Mary Thigpin. city...... 3.,850
A. W. Sargent ........... 3345
L Sanders, Hawthorn .... 31.2&
Ruby Albright ........ 3.100
Ploate Banks ........... 105
Hattle Baird ............ 105

Baby Hands
Will get into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
Ballard' 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 curo
for sprains, rheumatism and all pain.i
Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Solde
by W. M Johnbon
The Interver~>.
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jonii 4r tw t iI., ttake- I rrv Ike ilin b Al
reliU ef aill eitt-& Iat *.. e T llh r ita b ut
or P k 'llir i r i t i|l.liIa It iN in 'n
put up in a large 35c lxli as aeli a
l..' r-gular k- lIsr

Truth and


app- to the Wd-ldasmsd is eV
dk of Uli mmd M seent d to pImmMa
am and m taIstoe dtlg. A .
hely, it b mot daimd that Syrup of
ad Elixir of Sema is the only namedy of
known value, but one of many reasons
why it is the beat of ptersnl and family
laxative is the fact that it ranes,
swretins an I rrer" the internal orpgn*
on which it acts without any debilitating
ter effect& and without having to increami
the quantity fru time to time.
It arts pleasanty and naturally awl
truly as a l.ativ,,, and its component
parts are known to and approved by
physician,, as it is free from all objection-
al4e substances. To get its beneficial
efforts always purchase the genuine
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only, and for sale by al leadiS drug-



New Baird Theatre.
Thursday. March 4. -Dandy


The Electric Theatre.
New moving pictures every after-
noon and evening except Sunday.

"Dandy Cixie Minstrels."
At the I-iird Theiatre Thursday
*light. M.ar ,i ., 11 ~.% il b.- s->i the
'I)ani y i ,'in.-tr ls." h .aded I.
'1,lly K ".-. iThi I not the !11
,'rjor u ,, .;. rt irtpe n iit g imitatio:.
ft .- ". ;: '" i..ilar attrc-ttions. beut
the r-liialit v uarauteed company
which Latks. ip its c'alin and state.-
meat with "Your money's worth, or
your money back." If you have a
headache. pains in the back. that iirued.
worn-out feeling, heart failure. de-
pression, or other unsatisfactory
symptoms which are so often to be
found in the tabulated list of patent
medicine dispensers, forget it and go
and ee the cure of all blues, the
afterpiece. '"The 'Possumville Spiell-
era'" of the "Dandy Dixie Minstrels."

C. R. Kluger, the Jeweler. 1060 Vir-
cinia avenue. Indianapolls. Ind.. writes:
I was so weak from kidney trouble
maat I could hardly walk a hundred
feet Four bottles of Foley's Kidicty
Remedy cleared my complexion, cured
'my backache and the irregularities
disappearedd. and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Poley's Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
era, as it cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." J. W.
McCollum & Co.

The Elder That Swore.
An elder of the kirk. having found a
little boy and his sisalter playing mar-
bles on Sunday. put his reproot In this
form. not a Judlclous one for a child:
"Boy. do you know where children
go who play marbles on Sabbath
"Ay." said the boy. "They gang doun
to the field by the water belaw the
"No." rv'red out the elder; "they go

to hell
ftJ'l *:.
Say "-

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lintti fellow. really sht'ked.
it hlift sl ter "* "' **!ii awa'.
I.'re.' n it In M. -rinin' aw-
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M $ aniterTiumn, Negro Was wanted for Carrying Con-
W ATCH AsptI m called Weapons and Would Net
,- "-- E ClW. Submit to Arrt AAl m
....- TETHE NEW ... .

S ja Jr. McKlnstry. Jr..
ie J froma Jacksonville.
*day evening. Dr.
a &Emod the address to
f nareoe to graduate
gIuagoeo at the Wo-
wer whose auspices the

p& Nm5Paom the faculty of
s- Uliin I with their
f S1r. snd Mra. McKinstry,
v jW W. N. Toomer and Miss
I.aso -s oa honour, re-
f(illwhow to the Cafe Al-
Sma iossfleent banquet of
go e rwd. Dr. Percy J.
Wa astmaster and
| gep"oaded to by Drs. Boyd.
S t Morris,. Manning and
", vas oL Tooner.
olm frOi in reporting these
M toh th, has this to say of
Nino address:
a ha8Klstry's Addra.
a dies. by Dr. J. F. McKin-
SahwsvlMe was later in the
@Mt described by Col. W. M.
Ses a learned and dignified

ik B try first spoke of

S that this school is
aait sly to the city, but to

___ a brief, interesting sketch
slgery of training schools for
I 1871 the first school of the
o established in the United
d is known as the New York
Gs l for Nurses. which is
and associated with the
Waspital in New York City.
Hpaher them followed the de-
af this noble work down to
day, when the Importance
pdi rWes is considered almost.
P1s1e, as sential as attention
I physicians. At first it was
that cases would attempt to
| 6t pme of doctors,. but It has
Pe that one is necessary to

&e advifte given to these graduates
SiW a experienced physician.
'1 be profitable to these young
M I their life work.
I mhiumn Dr. McKinstry. as
of the Florida Medical As-
Sai pressed a welcome to
N 01116 women who are just en-
iIM this noble work and wish-
Ik esMat success."

Ths T a a Prempter.
0 the snecdotes related by the
Mais lIn his "Sou enilr et
eis one about the first
1t ef the Fren-h republic. It
'Aabort time after young Thlers
egtoad aa a leot1l.t-r a rnuv
_l_ aKt arranged to give a per-
of 'Boman rbeI la portiere'
Sla hi of a mutual friend. On
iat Sof the performance our
darted us. and without a
hesitation the new fldged
SVelateered to take the place.
the protests of some of
b who feared that his dignity
e "werlastlngly Injured, be
bt"e the box. where he re-
^i_ Needy to help us In time of
"M the curtain descended on
Ilt"ed to be a highly satistfac-

*NaMaU With Lighted Crabs.
'jI-p" of clubn>en wated about an
ear are talked of hunting.
I b I hbdartl with Itjlltid crabs."
SUoisul "it a iII tie de.
Jlit of France called IA Ven
Il" Is ti S(Whlh the I reach adore to
ad rasit. it was to Kt Un*h
that we ,'dil,,. ,' erat:b W'-
S^ie dl>7 f't of ..Aj!!. 1, II*
s. f r' .l r, 1, r I 1. L I
IhI dsb l nI. t, .. .. ter.,.Nl

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Struubie-. C', I .! !:, 11
SIt's liquid -l ea za.t tu
trthediatly Try it 1W<
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Did His oest In Keeping a Watch Upon
the Patient.
The late Dr. Drummond. the habit-
ant poet, once related an amusing an-
ecdote Indicative of the simpilkity of
the rural French Canladian.
lie was summeriut io Me ,ntic
county. Que.. when., early one even-
lug. he was visited by a young farm-
er nnmed Ovlde Leblanc.
"Bon stir. docteur." said Ovide by
way of greeting. "Ma Ibrudder Mulse,
heem ver seek. You come on
d'house for see beem. doe?"
Drummond. always kind hearted and
obliging. compiled with the request of
Ovide and found the unfortunate
Molse suffering from what he diag-
nosed as a fairly severe case of ty-
"Wishing to provide Moise with some
medicine." said the doctor-poet. "1 ask-
ed Ovide to accompany me back to the
village. The prescription compound-
ed. I proceeded to Instruct Ovide. The
dose was to be administered every
three hours during the night, and, try-
ing to be as brief, plain and explicit
as possible. I mid: 'Be sure and keen
watch on Molse tonight and give him
a teaspoonful of this at 9 o'clock. 12
o'clock and at 3 and 6 In the morning.
Come and see me about 9 o'clock in
the morning.'"
Ovide understood and departed. The
following morning be again presented
himself. and Drummond asked: "How's
Moise? Did you do as I told your'
"Ma brudder Molse. I t'nk be some
better dan las' night." replied Ovide.
"I give been de ni.-de-tue. but I doan
have no watch in d'bouse. doc. I tak
d'leetle clock-d'one what mak d'beeg
deeusturb for get up. I kei-p eet on
hees chess' all night. Tink eet do
ietmr gOKdA dat. Ju-' Ink d'wat h. W'at
you t'luk. d. *?"- flarper's Weekly.

Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe
but neuer follows the use of Foley'a
Honey and Tar. for lagrippe coughs
and deep-seated colds. Refuse. any but
the genuine in the yellow package.
J. W. McCullum & Co.
An Ignoble Use.
Washlugi t, Irving In "t'ryon Pa-
iwit" says. "I was once at an eventling
enttertuailmen't gh u by the luke( of
l'eltligrtou lit Alisley iiusr to W4Ill-
liamu IV. The duke bhail msafested
hill admilratiii4. of hi grast adverwary.
Nalineini. tby ha:tilg iurtrails of fhim
it diffTreit parts f the house. At thi*
|otlt<. n of the* gr;nliil .talrcase t tlhe .I,...'al tattu-t of tj ah ea rii gor by
('anzt.s ii wi ast .f 4 i.4Tarble In the I ian
tlijur iltyl) lli one iar le t I ly ex1-
i..nicl l It. l li, g at iis trr ef i. **,r)
(,.r ilp. lisrmni tle ladie tit trililiitig
til .t.lil 1I l.* Ik alli t, I hr ii th, ir
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Wholesale ad RetaIL

Deputy Sheriff Wynne of Levy coun-
ty killed a negro on Thursday who
had resisted arrest and commenced
shooting at the officer.
The deputy had learned that the
negro was carrying a pistol and west
to the wood camp for the purpose at
arresting the party, but when the me,
gro saw him and learned of ais sal.
siom. he began Bring at the officer.
None of the bullets of the negro's
weapon took effect, however, and the
deputy. in self-defense, Ared upon the
darkey with the above result.
The whole affair occurred near the
Dutton wood camp, which is situated
In Levy county near Meredith, so we
were informed, which is information
that one more killing occurred outside
of this county.

The Rape Case.
The hearing In the rape case which
has occupied the attention of Judge
Mason for two days was concluded
Friday afternoon and the Judge placed
the bonds of the parties, the two Mar-
tin boys and Powers. at $1."0 each
for their appearance at the spring
term of court.
Over twenty-two witnesses were
summoned in the case, but only a part
of this number were examined, as the
State and defense closed with wit-
nesses to spare.

Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation in the
throat, soothes the Inflamed mem-
branes, and the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and Inflamed lungs
are healed and strengthened, and the
cold is expelled from the system. Re-
fuse any but the genuine nla the yel-
low package. J. W. McOoUum & Co.
Why Our Railreads Are Narrow Gaug.
Why are all railroads built on the
standard gauze of four feet eight and
one-half inches? The makers of the
first locomotives thought only of put-
ting their machblnes upon the tram-
ways already In existence, and from
that followed a very interesting and
curious result. The e tram lineas atw
rally had exactly the width prescrbed
by the strength of one horses. By r"
inertia the hone cart gauge estab.
lshed Itself toIn the world, and every-
where the train is dwarfed to a scale
that lmits alike Its comfort, power
and speed. Because there is so much
capital engaged and becams of the
dead power of custom it is do btfutl Ift
there will ever be any change in this
gauge. Sfill, it might be wore. If the
bigMest horses had been Shetland po-
niea our railway carriages now would
only be wide enough to hold two per-
sons side by side and would have a
maximum speed of twenty miles an
hour. There ti hardly a reason aside
from this antiquated bore why the
railway coach should not be nine or
ten feet wide--that Is, the width of
the smallest room in which people can
lire In comfort and furnished with all
the equipment of comfortable hebam-

Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It falls to cure. E. W. OROVE'S si- ,
nature iso os a Mt a. Za.

Vicarious Ooculateon.
He was having sonme words with her
"I'll I'll kls her right under your
n"e!"' hI* ialdl defiantly
*it. w."! said thai lady. "vicarious
kl%' it, II'..* that I <'!n we nou objection
tol" lston Ttrnn 'ript.
Iru-I iI, Mzta! ernte Ofi.er. why
did ,' It ri.-' tlhis lri *oner up ti forf .
Ime? < :inri y dgw.r'i, I' I',llh *llitnll (o W i4 t>,s'1
ye'd gi'l ueli a bearing, sor Jud.,.

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a1.set aas si iar to smime, sad
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Ma tmas *vf endly ga

Wha I gma iaN IL. I gaMed very
ewly a ftSr, but I seuld mee that tt
was bdpag m&
AAfter I had takem It a while I oom-
Msed ton sle upa strfgy, sticky,
-s emre mmy lung. This grew
ss ead ies la qua ty as I meUSmed
the rameasLt.
"I grew more seeby thaa I had been
r a amg UMe, anJ Mew I all myself
A adC omm
Mrs. mmaB MartUa, Odeseem Me.
writers I easmme thak you enough
"Per tw years I dosured my somh,
wAtmh etl e ma y dUllers tbet still I
ssemd to get wemres. My enough was as
habed I e d t sleep.
Iimally I purchased a bottle of Pe-
an. After tbew elof sitbottles I fed
that I am euarsed.
Peope who objet to Uliqud m.ediiam
m aoMw seure Peruma abieta.

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City Tax Assessor for the year 1 09.
SPRING MUSICAL FISTIVAL. In the election to be held on April the
S13th, and most earnestly request you
WIN M- Neld I Jasebseuvlle on April all to give me your vote and support
1Nth iand th. for the position.
The egamng ausica festival In Jack- Thanking you for your past endorse-
ieVlK, April tth aad 20th. will meant. I remain, Yors very truly,
mark the greatest museal event that 11. R. COLBON.
has ever take place aIn that city's
history. It marks the anrst appear- t Nights "o as YOe Pitase Rase.
e ortthest, w io w York By=- How many tired fathers and moth-
is r .c Walter Da- o nto this town enter this race every
aaras e lo a the mrst igaht carrying a baby? And they
of the Jacksonville C wder what the matter is. Chances
I0 c l t ll eoto o ourare the child Is starving-worms are
The 'l al wlC t Of four eating all of its food. Most children
spM si at w h the Nwhave worm---yours needn't White's
York Symphony Orchestra and WalterCrem Vermige will get rid of the
Cream Vermtlhe will set rid of the
Dearoseh will be assisted by four worms and strengthen the child. Price
ceolebated soloists, Mrs. Corinne Rider- 26 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M.
Keleay, soprano; Nevada von der Veer, Johnson.
aiStt; Reed Miller. tenor, and Gustaf -
Holaquist, basso. the final concert be-
Ing the readitloE of "The Creaton," In HEW IRM TMHEAT
which the Jacksonville Choral Society.
a chorus of 250 trained voices, will ap-
pear. LS3 KALinFELI, Mapngr
With such an elaborate program It
is evident that all seats will be sold
long before the first concert. and for Thursday, M ar. 4
this reason The Sun advises its music-
loving readers to make immediate ap- D X
pUmcaUon to the Choral Society secre-
tary. T. T. Elmore of Jackbonville.' B II
Orders trom Gainesville will !wum-
hered in rotation as recycled and the
reftrvaUon4 made fn rotat ion.
The stisgI admisulio 111i be $2. M IN S IR ELS
and $5 for the series.
It is exp-ct.d that the rail:'al ,4e. n id THE CITTOT PICKERS' BAND
tering Jackwuville will make si*ciai _
Mat t. o Ii 1i1J. flu hi .......a

rates t jc v iiie roe tIIIIs event.
thua giviting e er)ou an oPl|,rtunuit
of hearing the famous itterlpreter or
the world's master musicians., Walter

City Registration N"ice..
Notice his htreh% 1'iviiithat tbt.
re'gistratIuion m~pks of the ~City of
Gaineuvillie will be- olwln at uay ofict
In the 11 0 land olfict-from 1'tebruatr)
12~. 11009. t ~larch iIF't'. lourhr.for
rvaistratlou jfrom !)at titU tol ttitit. uiii 11
front Z p ill t) 4 ~it tit ivrtrit mindI
that ret.-traiaiepua Il th. c(mAistii aI',pi
dwts not cuiaticit)(OU 11) lit)(. iltil th
c~t) .it s lctI 4 m vu if %eo.l ai. t'* it i a Ire. ii
rvigA~terod Iti t th*('11) Iha % tori-mio.lfl
jsuc -1 t ill on tilt I.4, Il ti 4 1

Evvery twt)'* fit i lI !ir lti
frlictrlt tOA ('111 ,t .. tint-h. *jI
scald r St''j- ;AI I.& I.Aa

Mun-t En'l
Miiptnr1 slit

Ough iDA31leil wt'Ra I )arkry
Ito' inl the Worll-flar Vine.

See Bily Kernds in the
"Essu ce of Ole Virginny"
Thie N.e, York I lIty I.: Mimntrl IHlt'

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GOV. L.% Ws ti t' VI1AM1IIA
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Groceries i Grain

Too Large

I "That Which Is Worth Having Is

Worth Advertising For"

The old adage that what is worth having is worth ak
ing for is still true true of the more intricate life of tsdY'
The thiug you want-whether it ib a ued pLAOO ir
home, whether it is a ready-made business or a loeat POr
book--is obtained readily through advcrtl.ii., aud wIth
difficulty, or uot at all, through o*her weans.
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Ciaw ani loik tuM otvetr We suake
Utw prit9o tu s u w animal.
All aiul-iam ok.

Davis &t Oliver
ULL yb. a dFee 4etaMln


To the Voters of the City of Oalmm
vine: k
; am a candidate tor City Marshal.
for reelection on April 12. 1 have
served the people faithfully and e*S
ciently, night and day. and my record
to open for Inapectkom.
If my service during the past year
has been satisftaory I ask the sup.
port and tote of each and every clU-
sen who is qualified. I can oaly
promise the same service as I have
e:deavored to give in the past.
Tours for order.

I take this method of Informing the
public that b am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13, 1109. I respectfully solleit
the support of all voters, Irrespective
of party aflilatain, sad promise to -
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the oeo should I be
eected Repectpetlly.
I respectfully amaoe ee se"' a
candidate for the oee of tcty Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
Oa Apra 13 10. If elected I will
flithtanuy diharge tM duties of the
Ice witbhet fear or favor. I re
peoetfuly aoUlt t he otes of all. Ir
respective of party anliatim.

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year Iw0. Having been Tax As-
essor for four years. I am fully pre-
pared to All the office, as my record
will show, the city assessment hav-
ing been InTressed In that time from
a little over $X40.000 to over $1.000.000.
1 was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.
To the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of


Merchant & Co.

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Retalleie a"d Jobbers In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralq, Garde% Seed aqd Fertilizers
Highest market prieo paid for Chickene. Eggs and ethin Pnts"i
A Complete stock of Hay. Corm Oats, Flowr, Brma, hkA. Cs
lsed Meal sad Rye. We handle only the Very B*et poed
at Lowest Pritca. ad guarate eatlfaCMa alas

lestinct of modesty sIetul a evry we n i oftes a
* hoidronee i* the ewe d wememly di*eese,. oe*
Mk &rom the pronumel questlmNi e the loehl physician
b seem oadeliaee. The tioug-t eof eemisMio. is sh.
-4 ae 0 hem, aMd O syey e-duie 1 s iemse a e oeditia
i*ee whieb surely pdremes ferom bed to wone.


r bm s &ees A PWee's peffe*to@a fme a
~ m W sWaM&es wh ee tmE a Ffts
ftr moedes& e has *oeM P ee P l sotees Ir
aPN e.y bJg ief f-. W eN-- -6,a Is held
P- Mee iy ele tMi. JieOe a0 .. .
pa.,. *, nas., a. r. ..*
Dr. Piere's Fevorite Preieripiem natres Od redw ietee
the womesly Mectoa. eabolihb pesa ed build up ad
pete the fishing touch el hbeeth e every week wei es
who gives it a fair trial.
it Makes Weak Womeua S treao
Sick Women Well.
You ca't afford to accept a swrrt mostrmm as a sustitute
owr this non-.lcotIlic mieti.cine C:' St'ow coWposITIoN.

The Oreatt Event of the Year
Spring Musical Festival
JubudhMFb,4d lft aw 20

Coducted by the Famous Interpreter of the World's
Mater Musicians, WALTER

Alaied by GOata Holmquist, bemo; Reed Miller, tenor; M.. 0dai
Rkider-Kelsey, soprano; Nevada van der Veer, alto.
FOUR CONCERTS-Monday matinee, orchestral; Monday aight, M
laneous; Tutolday martin e, Artists' concert; Tuesday night, Crtorio, '-1
CREATION," with Uthe Jackfonville Choral Society of 250 trained Vi- a@
New York Symphony Orchestra and soloists. SEASON TICKETS 6. gX
application now. Peats reserned in rotation. Address and make check pWW
T. T. EUSME Secretry, Ju i- F .- -

Eu U *M

TO 'I'll ri TRA I if: ONLY

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* $gun

-ggee steal-etvlie.
m*ai matter.

r.v~ ierso wbe

pscibsy a,'t7inr isathe t- o
Us" lr estate. P~~e
mpdI" uftd taespe0u
popv OL dz o the: IgI It ULM
wponsta givee k.L-auclkty is

is etaM Ctolam ocEnt' t* Me
soad 5 s@m for eck 4ddtiomal
iseertisam made knows o

r ^ase is as eight page. forty.
PP9 yMtUt e 0ry Meaday sad
w Ma lM sit the sews of the
si sM d sialSt, sad will hbe
KM to ay pad fthe rlted
WMs ..se rar-4- advuc.

No t due a after am


j week Teddy the Ter-
g abe a private citizen.

g~aSM Times-Democrat says
gpgM empaaleks should not be
t abolished.

aggity ia baseball circles Is a
at the public will have to
ig se baseball vernacular, or
ver understand the daily de-
fd the game during the sea-

Swe are waiting to do great
to door of opportunity to do
ehigs remains open. If we wait
he door is closed with the
lt nothing great or small is

i person, who is presiding
IM alal of 8harpe and the Coop-
Ftr a Miurder of ex-Senator Car-
at Nashville. says he likes
iRb, Is getting surfeited. And
l others.

are being formed In Mexi-
AHlle Dian to accept another
Sf'ltesMdent. It is clear that
b lr above the average poll-
hr whom no persuasion to re-
On meessary.

Hl ad of the United States
SmruaS says that it is pos-
hr Venryome to accurately fore-
b Weather. That is good news
wlM esm. but many people will
h tadt ed until they can regulate

O M 0's offer of 5,(.o) ote ,
A B Is the piano contest for the
IM aber of sub(.ribers and
thr the next large-t will be.
01" ios Monday's count of the"
kbk 0Oly two days mor 1m11e this bonuI .

s lI'fe should IK- hit .a ,r, m rido
3Pe"gnt in mulli--of in.re.aiung
S power and accompanied
with tuneful harniony.
b ie tr that than to start out with
O 1101e and show of force. w hich
Ow ls into nothing

a II thoU"c and EpiMNoialian art.
MISS a nUluch ie-'dd ri-tt from
rp Plasur<-e It would noI doiut
I i3taprol~e th. ie h'allth of nii.
of other de*gnoruiitioni i"o
R the god tianiiil,. of til,'. ," lt

bi S. f. M ,llur> K.'Ihi.i> l 11 i,h.
S aet hl ,,l S.v. 1 lt,.- S. in.i,.r
.t M allors wa- gi\, n the
iof timperMo1 1 1 ing l'ri t Z thei ardi (r a- tarial.l at 1' I a I
i Wh jju Mi.t ( r ''r;& i lIrit oni "
Deep WtT
U t..r', d. rl ,' .1 1
kmid q u( Ii o I,, ,, lorv.. n i
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Aa will 6. oh- 1-% 1 1 1- ,

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-Cio o line'In he' scerici call t vmaake' a
:-I rinag stio ,pi. 'l'c' .aiijviat?'ie r ine-lietioii
that' vaitlto mg (r us~cta iel-teirelatit at h
niii' s.r, reveitirkN T'h,-Atlhansta('in iiA ti-
tut Ic ci

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as~ zivercury moill a'ui *'ly dt-streIy t he,
: ,1' t, 4) f ?-liilt II .1eill uiiinic t.-I) (1 r~i logo.
th 1,v' tmle' U v 1 .41k vii t. it'rng It

larticlec heculd sat.iur be u'-ed t'u-eilt
1.is p~rtc r( RI. -fromvisr pitld-- J Ic
cliii.. a- e''t It-- 1. a~git, tilt-) 1AIllciid
t #11 fold Icc Iths loud )oU tan lpoi-.lid)
A. I 1te fr(''vaa C1, ill, HAllI Ct rrh

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The (;alaheton Ne- say.: 'Mr
Taft announced in a pe.',ch at ('in
cinnati that the Panama canal iII
lbo built upon the lre.sent plans and
completedd expeditiously, whether tile
viltle and opponelints of the pIlans. and
the enterprise like then or not. It
Iz comf(,rllig to feel that the new
President is neither afraid of r, smnsi.
ability nor av irse to croe plrposig
the powerful Inter,'.ts which stand
rt ady to ruin the canal or defeat its
comile tion "
The Chicago Record-Herald says:
"An effort ie twing made in New .MexI-
lro to have bachelors taxed $101 and
widowers $2,' a year. The lprotmoter
1'; the scheme probably is working on
the theory tnat widowers. having had
actual experience of the benefits of
niatrim.) should be mor,* severely
i.unished than the ignorant bachelors
for fishing to cling to single blessed.
ness. The wife of the father of this
plan-we take it for granted that he
is married-may regard herself as the
recipient of the finest compliment that
has ever been paid to woman."
The Philadelphia Record says: "Per-
haps courtesy requires Mr. Taft to
continue handing rather high-colored
bouquets to the President as he did
in his address at the University of
Pennsylvania yesterday. but It might
be suggested to him that some re-
straint In his direction would not be
unacceptable. Mr. Roosevelt Is a good
man. but the country needs rest and
Is looking forward hopefully to the
change which will occur nine days
hence. Those public Ills with the de-
nunciation of which the President has
made the welkin ring were discover-
ed more than seven years ago, and
many of them were subjects of opposi-
tion and even of legislation before the
era of the present administration."
The Pittsburg Post (Dem.) says:
"As long as the roaring political farce
called protection is played with labor
as the Ingenue and the foreign manu-
facturer as the he avy villain, and his
American rival as the hero. Congress
will continue to revise the tariff the
same way a go-between of grafters
distributes money purely on grounds
of expediency. Those industrial forces
which can do most politically for the
party and the persons doing the revis-
ing will get the most protection. The
logic of economics in the situation
has nothing to do with the case. Pro-
tection exists now on false lretense.
It lacks every argument but this:
That its votaries are in control of the
Republican party, and this Is In con-
trol of the country, and willing to deal
with protection to hold on."

The agreement reached between
France and Germany relative to Mo-
rocco and other matters that have
caused strained relations between the
two nations since 187., relieves the
tension and lift, a load of worry from
the minds of European statesmen One
by onue the questions that have made.
sar more than paO.it)ale are' bing
uaiilc':v settled, and It all makes in
the direction of universal peace.

The recent cut in prices of .teeel
and iron products has not even t'l'en
the neans of stcurilg many orders
Iby ie'' niavufac ur.ru.. The. price of
tee'l ralls remain at $2,- per ton, and
the railroads seem determined to hold
lina k orders of ev,*rv kind until a re-
rate with the veduc'iJn In the i rie of
othir ste .i ir,,,li. tI-

'Keep house' ('lie'itflc( lll a.\ a
N'.w York e

Do You Get Up
With a Lame Bach?
Macy Tbh11 makes TM UmarM.
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilaer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
... bbladder remedy, be-
IC ause of its remsrk-
able health
Swa roperti p
R -) ver w i7 wsh i. over-
tl, u Ircoming rheumatism,
pain in the back. kid-
1 neys, liver, badder
and every part of the
,-- urinary naass. It
corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night.
Swamp-Reot is not rcconw,,n-nded for
everything but if you have kidney, livi.
or bladder trouble, it will be found just
the remedy you need. It has been thor-
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar-
rangement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, whi have not al-
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, saa how to
findout if you have kid
neyor bladder trouble.
When writing mention
reading thib generous
offer in this papr and
send your ress toA
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,,... ,....SM
HBighmuton, N. ,. The regular fifty-eat
and ouc-dollar site battles are sold by
all druggists. )ou't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Rout,
Dr. Kilmer's wampRoot., and the ad-
draess Binghsml ;, N.Y.. oaevery bottle.

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Slnitw.n wife. and daughter re.turno.d
yesterday from a visit to Hawthorn.
llen Morrison returned yesterday
from Dade City. where he has been
Sisiing relatives.
Mrs. C. A. Cason has returned from
a vlsit to her son. Turner Cason. at
I urkey Cr'e'k
Mrs it. F Carlton is visiting rela-
tives at Hawthorn.
The truckers of this place are busy
planting beans
Misses a:lna Reinoehl and Vera
Kerr vlittefd friends at Crons C(reek
Saturday and Sunday. A fish fry was
given In nonor of the young ladies and
highly enjoyed.
After a abort visit to friends here
John Jeter and Miss Mattle Turner
have returned to their home at Jack-
Mrs. Annie Brown left today for
her home at Newberry. after visiting
here for a few weeks with relatives.
T. 8. Hubert. wife and daughter are
here speeding several weeks looking
after their handsome orange grove.
Wallace Haymans. a popular young
man of Lochloosa, was over Sunday.
There was on oyster supper at the
Carlton House on Saturday night for
the benefit of the Baptist church. An
interesting evening was spent and a
neat sum realized for the church.


ARCHER. Feb. 26.-Wednesday af-
ternoon, at the home of Mrs. W. L.
Jackson, the W. C. T. U. held a very
interesting Willard memorial service.
A story of Miss Willard's life was
read by Mrs. Hinkshaw and a very
able paper was written and read by
Mrs. Pearson. Mrs. Hughes sang a
solo, "Lead. Kindly Light." After the
program was completed Mrs. Jackson
served ice cream and cake, which was
much enjoyed by all.
Nannie and Janie Smith of Waca-
hoota. Miss Theora Body of Johnston.
S. C.. and Carl Harden of Live Oak
were visitors in town this week.
Miss Lillian Powell spent Monday
and Tuesday in Gainesville with Miss
Marie DePass.

Read the want ads. I today's Sun

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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South.......... ............ 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ... .............. 4:25 p
Leave Gainesville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:0 p

A. L Gusu, Gen. Supt.




Tickets on sale February 28th,
and 3rd, final limit to reach ori
not later than midnight March
For further information, rem'rvations, etc.
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SPawe nger TrafSc Mansler, G.eneral Pmas. Agent,
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booe ho rn e.
ICm J heMlehuN
A mlitey enereay.
0 a"e- -R

0ime etr II liht pha.t..
The blass a mt shops.
am bee volmi Orders.
two v l oisal ciurhaesl
Colke lu iL s a ead els.
OCe eeMale laboratory.
:T Se n ow .ay hool--
Twovetertuary surgeons.
OnM Presbyterian churh.
Tue car mamnufactoriles.
Peor real eStale agricies.
VroIterT re d artmen o
TSeveral laber cowraiotes.
Three Methodst curches.
A bras had orgaaniatlon.
Two photraph galleries.
T steaI pietue shows.
i WeMl tr Chautauqu.
& ws49b pAeqado,.
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Tin a"" sml fwd stehis
Cu. k Cub mimer sin

Netimalodd Psows' S fen harlm.
Three rdwal asts blshimneits.
g'3gg4~mweegosystem, $175.000.
Tof t bust hotels I.the ois-
TWO whalesm egrain md food
Two wholesale gocay establish

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prhws.madbbits md W
mean manesof pves sWeodsmand
sidewamb mywother
ibum ft the imtw beroft"oStu&e
Am $NOAW eint bebuiltof brick
mad wbmw-s bnau srucuremad
Sobe lwu Gewerbeds.,shrbbery.
tog a. mews ft.amn",attrmctve plc

OMM #A CrawisriA& SVl OSw
hiss Caftanswered doy er might.
Owke ml im an reoade prompt at-

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provedsad mams-tied), opba-m-'s,
kIIb~ mdI.EIB~1lad. 6964 his
Nes ew~usrw rofor salsa. Sit*

And Soillsorin Equity
2401, esmS.. Cosveysmelag abd Fmm
a mot Peioo. All busioness rmam ilp
assemied so. Offie. next door to Bus


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In Which a Resident of Ahchna County Wi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished hy

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repe-

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

The Contest to

Behalf of Bush

One $400.00 HON
residing in the Couni
number of votes betv

April 15th, 1909

be Conducted by THE SUN b

& Safford. : : : : :

WARD Piano will be given to the person=
ty of Alachua who receives the highest
veen December 15th, 1908, and 10p.m.
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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be ued
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To e ist sisx Mrci e dmt m deshwut a e a frw a" for.......$8tlM
To b sos Ms rik sbMi i t s ebw s o.ashafwfrad"for ...... S.17M
To t madt s r eia mut 6w. a@ Wi Wl ich far...... ... $11M.
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyor
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their ebtablishmntisI for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Teach.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the egtablieh.-
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes asnt by mail must b. elirected
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Galnesville,. l'lUorid.

$1.25--Thre month' subs4

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living ID
Aluchua county who is known by the conductWO
of the contest or vouched for by omue reputable
person. to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the PM
prietors of the above-named firms are eligilble
fIarticii.ate in this contest, and sill patic(ipat I
no wanner.
3. In the etent of a misunderstauditg betwe*
candidates or othtir' Interested in this cuOt4tL
such cuntruer.y may be referred to te COe.
ductors of cont,...t. who alone are the perWo"
qualified to r-iad r ..
4. In the event a candidate decides to with
draw from the race. such candidate will not 0b
allowed to trantft-r votes to the credit of anoth
candidate in the contest

tl. ..b. i..L.t'r. Nc' ,t.-CrtIvw
ri. . 400 votes 530 vwtd

.8.50-Six months' subecriptic. ..................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes
For a club of five oue-year subacriptiois (before April 1, 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of teu six-mouths' bubscriptio:ii (before April 1)... .25,000 votes



$1.00-- Oi:c yt.-l'a sulbcripti . . . . . .... . .

For a c!'.!) C f .i" ol -vtu t t l Ac ptiL . . . . . .

Sol;citrl votes by candidates or friends within the stores




1,200 vo0t
3,500 votm
30,000 vot"
30,000 vot"

400 vot0
4,000 vote

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on twe building
*g Day.
i rl the dlctall"
at TIhbe I to he
SaMl e was In the
dh strikers were

Is doesn wer In-
them and tbeir
Spay day.
= th they laid
pthe d behind
pry."- they said.
,e days before
a T hy ebarged the
dboeesty. sayinor
611 measure. The
the 6Mem with
Soodttuag too well

-elsi the men decid-
ag lk o condtltbn that
I e lattlrte the mrat-
lrWr Pharaob came to
E1I" that the man
tWi warm, raised
ge B e while all went
the paym tears did
**areeensorlt. for on
g mosoth the strike
fagr. and for three
d ml as lifted.
Sto go out to the
Ueables, lut they
16 I In the temple.
pedestrians as

B Blake climbed
tho wind w. fi,'lowed ,
Mr.1. Biany-or was it
SBlake. surveying
Salad that bis wife
has bae been away?

p. marth ane you able to
Sljlw, by the unwashed
ep u Asaucers. There
age is all, which shows
=i -ee a day for thirty
p atgM for her to wash
S m--. ame as we all
1 liB in the world, my
dotM thing li the

Lmm and GR!P.
is the best reme
bto acAlg and fevehiah-
me mod and restores
It's liquid-effects,
S, 6C and 50c at drug

t-enator. your
men ioned b onnec-.
posltlon, basl't it?
Br-yes. I believe
iN my home county
day that any preo-
W mae a place in
be darMed had ap.-

ews h tatif as t
Sear oye It appear

rIllag6 skin eruptions.
*. drive one wild.
i lbrWiang quick relief
.Itty cents at any

r Rebmiider
'B Pim, tly and All
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Itching Humor Broke Out on Tiny
Mite's Cheeks-Would Tear His
race Till Blood Streamed Down
Unless Hands were Bandaged -
Spent$50on Useless Treatments.


04,Whe i %- I I -1 k r. r } !i
hal n a 1 od* '' tIi

It -)hc h ,I wrpi il iII
ail the time. aii.i
if h. would hiw.-
Spen to get th< m
r hunrovere' he
would claw his
face ill th blood
trvarned wown (.n
his clothing. We'
called in a phyv-i-
clan at one". lut'
he gave an ointment which waj o
ipnerve that my hbielw wauld 4 i tin. n ah< n
it was p t,, .n. WV.i:- .','. : .I
mredk ine until we ha .pmnt aftiy d .1-
lars or nmore and balty %as gt-ttaing
worse. I wa so w .rn out watching
and caring for him night and day that
I almost felt sure the dis- aiie was in-
curable. But finally re'l'ar'ig -f t .*
good r lilta if their ('utioura i'.Tndi-.
I d4teirninvi to try th-'i. I ran truth-
fully %ay I was no. re than sur; ;-...l1. f.r
l bought ,nly a d.aailr and a ha:r's worth
4f the Cuti.iira t mn eaies (('ticurin
Soap, Ointm.ent and Pills) andl they did
MWOre god th:,n all mrny doctrs' n,"-di-
cines had tried. and in fact entirely
cured him. I will e-nd y.,u a >h t,-
graph taken when he wa Afteen month
old and y.i can Mswv his faei as perfectly
cl.Wr of the lia't spot or scar of any-
thing. If I ever have this trnut.l again.
I I ill n .v'r t!i;rnk af d t'>rtrirng Nit will
send If 'r the ('ltii ura Ftemedis- at As it is. I would never th.nk (i usiuni
anv oteer than ('utitnura S-i-.p for m'
alie.. You ar at liiertv t o public
this. it may help aon,"r' ditremped m,,ther
as I was hlped. Mrs. W. M. C'om, er.
Burnt CahinA. Pa.. Sept. 1.., I'-o."
CuniltinM .aip 25se- a Ointlunt (.WI. lt alwts t
(sir I. aind .. is (,' .tl.d his I.': ar .,
thr'!hAt t.l lhe arvid IIrpaOU: li'ilo-.i. l7isr.
b WT .I u ,a'Iranr A urd 4p Is l'ait Al Arhlia.
ITow A lxw4%1 .M South Alfrt I. L.rn.
ltd C. I-a T ,n \.i r" ,t'f Ir'' reI' 4w
O ri4. %-'1. P- ^no I"-.rtIl-l. i v 1 4 r I 1..
WM.1 legsd (ML Cutbcud Ikt ie a" bLID UWPM


State Oficers:
Governor-A. W. Glichrl t,

Secretary of State-H. Clay
ford, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-A. C. Croosa.




Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas-
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
moll, Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E.
McUn. Talsahassee
Supt. of Public Instruction-Win. M.
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris. Key Wett.

County Offcters:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.
Bupt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gaiine' ill.'
Sheriff -P. G. Ramsey, Galnesville.
County Judge-H. G. Mason, Gaines-
O ll..
Tax Aasseaor-W. W. Colson. Gaine-
% ii,,
Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnson.,
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Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaaines-

Aelarew: Su;'e~rtisr Registration J. C. Mc-
FI.C. owu'I Y Coinmui'i:-onrut-rJohn G
kw j .t I C. 1:aumr~a ;-.ii lague; J IF
Tm- ,. .,A -I. C,ili.tle; J. W. %Ia%

EP O E',1 aII Ltll-toi.. i
Ira N Eil.. I St hiojqal lird it It.

SaeSenator-1H- H. McCretary.
NDUtI& 1A, r .Mt'umlye'ras Ilouse t-S) d L.. Carter.

hi'L':Icity officers,

-r'I l. h'aK Ih1re1:at, *; Itr
it Cl. '! Co '-., 1), A
OUWII -Tacl4Ptah ~uhS!,i

$romI' ,Cbws nan. eWW. 1141 run. bt'f
tary, if r tLiuttoti. iE J I --rd, JIif

NHeT 4ou-hold Service the Meet Per-
Tett In the World.
"\Ve. mfil < a to twhe lli for the real
, hill-tn aof the e'rvant quertl'In." said
a housewife. *The queen bte's m'-
1Ie it the most perfect In the world.
Why. whe even has servants who dl-
gSvtt her fond for her.
"The queen l'et Is so entirely orcu.
pied In egg laying se lays 2.5.0
eistw. twi'p her own weight, dally-
that all other things must le done for
"Amn so a e.orps of servants innkes
her tollet. This corlmt all dna la-ng
clean' lin|l brushes and polliherq her
Ierp-,n. It is as though her life were
lap',med divinely In a Iwautiful parlor.
"Another corps of servants has
e.hnrge of the nair she lIre' tl',,.a The
air n'liot hI6 the jP(rer-.t. tlin' h-er e*'rv
r'i;ir I th. fille .i *. % st4i0 i t'i in a
SIn'l il.,.lI li er., ftni-liii: with their
s Ira. lifh.e p te1 Iiake a ihllvin ven-
"illr Iti;l t Ilmprwlant mervants are
perhalmis 'er feeders. Their trilnlt.r
mny lIe sail1 to begin before birth,.
sil .e tler.y l*y ll t bo be Il tr. f 'iu -pe *-lnl-
ly moldt '! ..:.i, with glands In their
heads for the reception of lwe m'lk.
the chqfti lpr-lrdigcted fod l of the
queen Thei f, *:e rn t ind nlway5 nt
attentioni. p:.- elen tig'. like a m lrfinv zli,
cup. lv i-r Ir 'nI hi ah i' ( w, li? iii i t:
|l lirh -'' .! f-,m ti, t1. e f iel4 .t li<,
luiy at t'i r t.. k o f I -' i*: n *
:'L .1 o I il ",*" -r 1. v ",.N, :i ] W.
r i' ,, r '

ftr atu uad CUilUn.
Ihe Kini Y:: H- d Ate Bgoht

Wictnaturc of r

If you have found anythlog see If
it i advertised i: the Want column

Nofthei is hereby given that under
and Iia virtue of a Final Decree of
,':rt-('l..urt. made hy the Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
('inr('it of Florida. in and for Alachuau
county. in Chancery sitting. dated Jan-
uary lth. 1S09. in favor of W. M
i)avidson. complainant, and against
I. R. -iok. and 8. J. Wright. defend.
i its. the undersigned will offer for
,ale before the court house door at
Gainesville. Florida. between the legal
ourss of sale. on Monday. March 1st.
194i,. to the bighest and beet bidder
therefore for cash. the following describ-
ed personal property, towit: One
dark-colored mule. named "Ella."
about twelve (12) years old.
The same to be sold as the property
of said defendants. in satisfy said de-
cree and costs.
Special Master In Chancery.
Solicitor for Complananlt.

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a Final Decree of
Foreclosure. rendered by the Judge of
the Circuit Court. of the Eighth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Alachua county in Chancery sitting. I
dated January 18th. 1909. In favor of
W. B. Phlfer as complainant, and
against W. F. Grflsom and 8. R. 1.
Grissom as defendants,. the undersign-
ed will offer for sale before the court
house door In Gainesville. Florida. be-
tueen the legal hours of sale, on Mon-
Jlav. March lst. 10, to the highest
and best bidder therefore. for cash, the
following described lots, pieces, par-
clsa or tracts of land. uituited. lying
and being in Alachua county. Florida.
-lescribed as follows. towit:
All that |ortlou of fractional Sec-
.i,. 4, Tuunshlip 11. llaziiv 21. South
and Fast, descrillbed as foTlows: He-
r'rv!g 'i t the Northwest corner of
.auii rri.. tional actionn 4. Towiutish II,11
litiKge 1 running thence Ea.st on the
.S.t-lton line 23 chains and 21 links to
St.:k,-. th..ciie H.outh at right angles
* 1 ,.l:ns'ti and 2o, links ti a stake-.
Sie .- \%'v.et parallel with Saq-tion llitn-
a* ,. .il..it ion. ", t.:;lit- and 94, Ilnk-
* .t ''in t i .1t |,4,1(d o I ltbh \W 'hst i'l.i
. u!,i r ii t. ,i f -t.iid fr;:-ltio;n l S l-
n i t h il t r N i, on -i;tl h S* < ti. (
lI li\ 1 t I till i ':: ll :a11i t '2 1i
* .I, I "; ( i> th i: l l itL i .,* 'i i l i a t t' -

.n* l .-1'o,
T It KI.I,.r JR
S |"' < tl M l ,i t.r Im ('*!,.,!i r.
N \ 4 l' It SIA. t: V ..
S '! i r r I i l, a 1i .lii

Breads, Cakes and

n in. *r r>" ie al I'l n i.. 't '.s '..r), s. a sr. |.i s art-.l to l I ive
Tl"' "ri f.."- H V"- ,iir s- |
I Ia l *'t at )t iiour I,.XTr I -* \ rT Ilu rllg.

K. T. Ach'fr, Pr'p. Pt

Cardut is a medicine that has been found to aet
vpon the cause of most women's pains, stieugtlen-n
ing the awakenedd womanly organs, that suffer be-
cause their work is too hird for them.
It is not a pain "kiier," but a true female
remedy compor'ed of purely vegetable Ii
perfectly harmless and recommended for all mick wo-
m-,opd or young. Try "ardu. Wom 's BEnfML

9 II ,Us.



The Long Distance Syste.

One of the meet valuable features
Iof eur service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephean ane
Telegraph Company and the ether as-
sociated Bet Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States In
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone In our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephe e system is
These l"og dietanee Uses ae of tMe
meet mederO and improved ene8tru-
tie and are malntamed at a lgh I
tat of *eficlency. The ona eystem.1

oplerating la verie esetlems of s e
country, are iftrm tI iWSWr eglpp
ment and in their methods of sper
itim .
Only by ressee of thIs imss Was
arrangement betweme1 110so Tue1
- ewmmpadme Is t U seiSeWgf
a owl TelepheSe ahes asawbere,
ask for M"Lag Distm and be pot In
communities with vmhet mpuP
in the oe ry.
ThMs vast Mintwrk of wWae sedi'
l"g th wegheou t me Miet is Send
daily Inaemomaen ad and mid gpop
p y the baer, "e rer we
estme Is naN waft of We a mda

grea shale.

Southern Bel Ti

and Telegraph Comp

[ms-m-m "-w-s-- uiim mug, isis

fl Bus & Sdonrd The Gaelle Su I

Bush& Safford The GaIevi S






. dd.es

in. I .--t t lI. un #ofL v aruat e-tfer of thIto, stin"v
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~PE Me.I'' l,.eoap.NJ iKI lw~t&ARLCHI5,

Are YOU Be

One of today's want ad
ing the city fur you. It may
personal importance one
it, may change the immedi
your intcreets may even
enviroi.ments, new asocial
start in a business way.
Isn't it wortb while to
not be tru-today, tomor


inp "Hunted?"

is. may be hunting you -ranusak.
r have a message for you of urget
that, when you get it, and hoed
ate currents cf your activities, of
place around and about you new
tae; may give you an entirely new

try to find out whether this may
row, or very soon?

A A I A A AAL -w


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Baking Powder
Absolutely tre

sw m G'w C -eSof art

NmW* bon grapes-

dLawowdw eamvSto food (*A the me&Hd o1fo
-.olo it em amupwim- i Ravw maudwh.Ieemovenew




pee and What Is Go-
L n -e.s-. i and
g mm of the City.

*M jMWt at Rutherford's

1sUgre will show you good
pm fright.
of Treaton was among
Ii the city yesterday.
diadi paid to ladies'
9Ma Rest.aranat.
mge yls golng this eve'niig?
gIeJM Theatre. of cour.-.
rl9j" ElMoore i,-ft .w-ter-
Agbor to serve some' pit1r-;.
-g sweet potatoes 8Omll.
idam Saunders & Earle.
lhl. stove wood. also ffre-
mutd. J. N. lone. 'phone

W. AW. pton left ).estrda)
6t b~ses trip to Jackson-

M Boae of Kauapaha
fmims. in the cit.

SA. Neal of Newberry
Oatiabss in the dcty"



m o haM returned from a
IhM trip to the State me-

b ae yoa have to pay for
F 1 phbare at the Electric

1111101. Jr.. left yesterday for
where he will spend the

Sot, "the phosphate miner of
suz Ih the city Friday on his
W is vtit
I I1M returned yesterday
a tkml vuidt of a couple of
* JMkhamvllle
i m lt water fish and fine
IBi Olgrn. Phone orders to
b1. 'll0e It.
Stl l Teak I guaranteed to
/isI eer. oeads and lagrippe.
L l & by W. M. Joknsos.
SIL Merris left yesterday) for
NI aI, Ipriags. where sh. '-

eaIt rW t d' rra .,e ,

890O y.T s.t lind tt -,.
C I ,I ,andi t'our >h l e
B Wm r l in t r t *-. i l af> ,i "
lwp,-. *tr i. -,.,.-.)d
,-ILO A,#) N V l .,..,-,-i"

Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
it Rutherford's Restaurant.

RIeniember the moving pictures at
the Electric Theatre tonight.
Mrs. W. P. lBeille of Arredondo was
transacting business in the city >e.-
For a good evening's enjoyment
there is no place' like the Electric
Th'eat r..
C. E. Melton of .Micainopy was in
the city yesterday en route to Jack-
sonville on business.
It. Doughrty of Jacksoiville. after
having silent the past two days here
on busin ,s, left for his home t)e-ter-
L. II. Shouse and wife of Wilcox.
who have been in the city for the past
two days. returned to their houme yu
Mrs. Effle Sutherland Ieft yester
day for High Springs, where she will
i.sit for a ft % days among her numer-
ou. friends,
J. F. Horner and wife of Jackson-
%ille. ho have been in the city for
the' Ipast two day.s returned to their"
holue' yesterdaya.
Mrs. L. F liennington. after a pleas-
ant v isit he-re with her daughter. Mrr
T. II Ellis. .Ir.. left yesterday to visit
h.-r sonI at ('anpsinille
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
F W. Millice.n. the a:ival t-tore- pro-
ducer ef Waldo and an extensive busi-
ness man of that section. was looking
after some business matters here yes-
1. C. Zehner of High Springs was a
visitor to the city yesterday, having
come for the purpose of getting his
taxes straightened up with Collector

G. T. Kennard of Newberry was In
the city yesterday lie states that
business is very lively in that place.
and all of the merchants are doing
exceedingly % ell.
S. 1). Thomas. a prosperous planter
of Windsor, was among the visitors to
the city yesterday. He came over to
pay his taxes and look after some
other business matters.
J L. Medlin. who ham I'ten absent
all the week looking after his ex-
tensive naval stores interests. arrived
in the city yesterday to be present
1ith lhii family) ou Sunda)
F.inul' itlly firm. faudlohed faltid
ious' fe .iste r stock for iruown Houise
fifr fall fine fiting.K flat;,r,-i f 1
tI -i 11.ith'l fhtill l *-'.-OI \ lo.t (if
:li|l f,. I, lli.op f.iultll-: l> I.edtrat, d
.1 IIa 't,; t *'itl a f ili A (' I
a t1 : r v hi l-'. ife' .i" 'l !,-i'l i a
a" -.11t.'" ii o t1"I e r', M r I laa*K", 3.-

S r eeii l I %% i .1 ( 'l t ful *c '
S ;i ,.|' i itall ai I hi- h I':
t o i I 1 a '\ i I Ii a i I 1
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4l6 lume identii,.,e witt lthli 1,,k iYour ti.l C'ial
ft m urbqtuir il Cal Cgis, C sistentI atit4 i i \,14'li
I llb Sa a uotlit',r giv. to it.- ,),'-it r- CV-r 1tn-i-
% i be MlnamIl cKssrvatively a in strict cof dece.

S.. ", l .\ILT 1uaM ....

Reafty Chan'ges.
The r., #-. it o1.t doed:- file 41 ila the-
e lvrk', offic-.- me Thwarmda. %fihiti
,eew s that ,erovcert% bI ( himachiu hinud-

W F WI ItwfI .-.. :1r11(ldTA jf,.to Elit.1-
I .h W~iIIi~aiti -,..1 1) Wit t kiti o~is 1 d Ai f 4
Wi 't It Atptii. tle. CvoK Itrooouwe miii
%%if.' to JohniiC( lie lder. "' M I Ira d
1-ret to Mrs. 1"raiick C. (;rtxni er. Jochii
Sluu'.art to ('hate. W l)ui al. Ullifeld
Sil'sto Noed a) v arel. Itaird l lar.!
%kare (eepaieai'. tou 1,. 1. li-f.-E itlauh
M1 ullaga11 anad %wit'ito Am:anida F, Al-

Doing Has Now Machine.

mana it) purchase' a hanad~eeaa. :a'A

t-oflie mfln lMne.. lUkv Cashlie r Ta> or
1,P leoclie'k. e"ill ha~ ing ~the- beat, and ont


Nit-, ~ A1e411 NI' e -

.a I ii tLa ('inot 'e 1 a 4

Sr toAP. aa
(,ej- .-rdc r

i~~.- st 1.1, :I~e A -.iaoliiaM thae

D)r A C l('m-a ..1 m~ r ur,:,eopn
iie- ae ad (&i- .. at t'tuc\ f-01 &

1, iltol.' I'mI L-aa- lie. lne;A graduate
0: t 14j, K&14. "It % Ici, t iiitr3 ('olie-ge ia~d
i hurou tOJpract 1. e tots Itrof -as iou
44k.ausut rnd day or night Horbe
dit-utikstrY. cattle anid dogs all receive
aehal11t atttIc ai,i i
I I It 'It.ariii re-o w iieeit ) 1 t4*141.1%
fir.-ma, I Is- ..4Lit hluA z- (e olacia %hlie r-- lit-
%% .4 iL e(:e-in lha s4giiagni A large-
lMIII4 ra c eel ojusmI Al-vain joce' a ,f tihc
too -imt .rtmotti-ia ita ihin c .t # i topia tiad
I,, %c ef alls, too hrkiia I),&( k 4 lArigo-
i-til iia 1)f bire13a VAhe1ilm lm. e-I ;, the
hI Lj11 e teo atulp Ieel fl till. La '.% urk AOjIS
t i.uk&iA6 10) WAiL ttk ILUaj

t Crmated S Vey FaeriM C
SIthe tat.


-on ThmNll

Cash Capital............... .... .. .
Earnings to date .................. .. .
Deposits exeeed ....... . ...... ....
Number of depositors (about) ............


YOLl' NEI(;IflioIt has an account with us.
Ask him about our manner of doing busineM.




VOR SALA-Two enCma s A So--.
alesevise; terms eWasy at resm
able tontert If m--me to pe aB
Mas. Apply at am esO.
FOR BALB--Coroar lot WOoR IMI
ma West MaiL St. corth mad Boas
dary t., aext to Jeff Kemdricd.
WUI NU at a barwgla amd m M
trm. Apply at Sum "Md

The Saooe tr emimgdag ms

In the large. inuni' r he' lhykefd over
Ite finally d cided IIn favor of his Irezs-
*ntit niachi ;,.

Gave Another Party.
Miss I mnora Vidal again entertain-
ed a small party of friends on Friday
eve'ituK in honor of her guests. Misses
Alexander of North Carolina. The
gamn- indulged in at this social was
'a I,-iny for your thoughts." two
prize.s being awarded, .Mrs. Rogers
the fir.st. and Miss Harris the booby
It .rwshments w rre served.

$1..54 per hour for party of six in my
automobile-only 2., cents each. Phone
Miller's or R. UIllienblum
Fifteen dozen packages toasted corn
dakes--very elegant breakfast food.
onlly celits the package. Saunders
& Earle
.Ml.-:s Leah Shawl of Alachua is in
the city visithig her si4.ter. Mrs. W.
T. Gill. She will remain for the next
-.everal da:,s
Twenty pounds granulated sugar to-
day only for $1-no orders received
over the "phone, and no goods charged
at this price. W. S. Dorsey & Co.
Attention is directed to the change
in the advertisement of the Alachua
County Abstract Company. They sug-
gest high-water wisdom In the matter
of your title.
A. J. Gill of West Lake Is among
the visitors to the city. having been
called here owing to the illness of his
son. W. T. Gill. the accommodating
cashier of the Express Company.
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo.
cal growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy. Fla.
Foley's Orino axative cures constU-
pation and liver trouble and makes
toe bowels healthy and regular. Orino
Is superior to pills and tablets as It
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
waything else? J. W. McCollum & Co.
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.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop Into pneumonia over
night are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and It soothes Inflam-
ed membranes, heals the lungs, and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCollunm a Co
Mr and Mrs C V. Iturrage of Wal
e.l.. N~lasp.e, who hal be,- n seilldinUg
itle' ipa1i *o- s v r;tl a .< k.- i.'it-iii the-
lattlie- laren-ts. ('l and lMr J tJ
Nichorl d.-parti-d fr the inr hlinelu y .s-
ti riua The.y re' loath to l,-a', the'
i .,.ii l w ill r .t tin .rl% :h;1 w r nii i K
i 1I

First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years

Capitaj'l;l, $l(141,e.MNI.NI


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

Ja.M 4I, 4seamAr'-e.





lch Insertlos, but no advertise
mBeat taken for less tan 10 0entat. b
4ords make a line; no tractiomal lies,
every word over each six eor tting as
an additional line. CAbH la advance
must accompany all orders for laser-
tkms In tl.s column

WANTED--Messenger boy at Western
Union Telegraph office.
WANTED Two thoroughly experience
ed salezladies at once. None but
those experienced need apply. G. W.
Hyde Co.
WANTED Ex|*erienced book-keeper
One fr..liiar with the dry goods
busineb,. referred. Apply at once.
(G. W. H:.de Co.


LOST-lady'I black coat and linen
laprobw. Return to Mrs. W. H.


FOR SAIE. CHEAP-A good. gentle
3-galloa cow. J. C. Evans.
POR BALE-Good gentle horse and
nice rubber-tired bumy. Apply P. O.
Box No. 276.

FOR RENT-Flve-room cottage. Ap
ply 200 Liberty street.
FOR RENT-Two cottages near square.
One furnished. Call Telegraph office.
FOR RENT-Rooms with all modern
conveni.B nce, electric lights, hot and
cold bati:s. with or without board.
Mrs. McGrew. 400 A9. Main street. N.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
ImodIerIl conveniences. Apply at this
off 't

A Nice Present.
Sh.-riff Rar-.ey In the recipient of a
btadg' I.arli K the tnscrilption of 1 h
office, iinam itind (ount)>. which war
KIl t' hilm Iv oi.' of his d,.putl*.,.
AiHo .(ihlre the yarduiaaster for ihl'
S.* ,' 'r.I Met W atld(. 'I h. i-hiriff I-*
\,.r fuind of tlihe pr.rewit and d,.-
, ; .: ...:ii A |i| < .r h.. found ith
at .o(kiiiK th,- front in the dis-







If you do yeur tea. O ML e, t lad
general grocery baylg beI. Tea
want to kaow why? TY'er estMti
to an bhoest aMiwer. Our t s *
perleance and knawlee of the ba t"
iesis enables ma to buy "utame." Tbu
fore we eas eUl at a pret to 4W
selves. a sala a your part. A we
ask Is a trial order. Call by or pbs
No. 18.

High Water

There are enough unertain-
ties about trading in Real
Estate without GUESSING
at the Title. Don't take
any man't word! B
he Id. tnDemand an Ab-
>tract of Title from



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