Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01593
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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. MARCH 2, 1909


TEN CENTS A W-g


EIBENT CENSURED FOR


IISS DUPREE PASSES FAIR JUDGES

ONEMILUONm PE'STATE FAIR JUDGES


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" aM wI ias argued ma.t
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as a t he 4 blelse it es
- to t he o sdo.eelt polbiciThe
Olbf betv to bhey wlde e ta
b ess tWf sOe@ to stad trial
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0 06 MaSlm It has been point-
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Noyes agalt Charles A. Dana in 1895.
Mr. Nqoe was them a resident of the
Distrtet of Colambia.bet that not one
of th mene named nla the Indictments
hlraglt by the Federal grand jury
here vm In Washlngton. Mr. Roo:e-
velts legal home Is In Oyster Bay. N
T. His brother-In-law. Mr. Robinson.
lives I New York City. President-
elet Taft and his brother Charles
are legal residents of Cincinnati.
1ha Root and Mr. Cromwell are legal
reslMmts of New York.
It s proposed to bring the Indicted
men to the Distrcet of Columbia for
trial, although not one of the men al-
leged to have been libeled has legal
raeigence Washligton. -
As to the alleged threatened In-
vasion of the liberty of the press In
the procediags. reference is being
isoe to the quoted words of tlIhu
Root, which were delivered la court
rhbe the effort, was made thirteen
years ao to here Mr. Dans extra-
d&ted to Washimton:
"Oreat constitutional provisions."
said Mr. Root. "have o be applied In
secordanee wih the cestlnually chanu-
la condilonsa of aswety. of political
diertloe and of plMtMcal freedom;
nd I would be a great limitatilo of
be fradum of the press in ts eou.
SPo say that every editor ton every
tr and State Is liable to be taken to
ay part of the earth were his papers
may have to go and tried over and
er again. hbudreda of times, per.
Iape. for a single article.
"How can there be freedom of the
prm It there exists the arbitrary
power to puniah all over the length
and breadth of this land which is con-
tended for by the application of this
law Ia haglad and by my friends on
the other ade"W
Judge Brown in deciding that Mr.
Dal enould t be extradited, quoted
(ram Jdge Cooley's "Costitutional
Lmitatmions as follows: "It would be
a siDaSg r eflt of a revolution where
one of the tievatces complained of
was the assertion of a right to send
parties abroad for trial If it should
be fled that an editor may be seized
anywhere in the 'auo and transport-
ed by a federal officer to every terri-
tory Into which his paper may lind its
way. to be tried In each in succession
for offenses which constituted in a
single act not actually committed in
any of them."
Almost without exception the lead-
in newspapers of the country are de-
nouncing President Roosevelt-s new


ge Ends Thursday;



Much Unfinished Business


Candiiatee ;t Inlereoo Mani-
fetod in the Contest.

Pollowlng Is the standing of the
candidates In The Sun piano contest:


DeSoto Caries 0 Two Grand Prizes W e


WHIS b


TAMPA. March I.-The awards for
grand division and count* prizes at


Miss Besle Dupree. city.....1.032.445 the Florida State Fair were made at


Miss
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Miss
Miss
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Miss
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Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss
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Mrs.
Miss
Miss
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Dorian Ellis. city.......
Catherine Hlalle, city....
Florrie Strickland......
M. Daughtrey. city. .....
Mary McCormick. city
Nannie Dickinson. city..
Alma Fennell. city......
Mabel Sanchez. city....
Julia Carter, city.......
A. Groff. Newberry......
Jessie Evans. city......
A. Strickland. Waldo...
E tell Heal. city .......
Emma Hudson, city....
Annie Ileville..........
Elevena Staf. Waldo...
I. Ware. High Springs.
Goldle Lambert, city....
lluale Sheppard. iell...
K. Carlton. Micanopy...
M. Fernandez. city.....
Mary Thigpin. city.....
A. W. Sargent.......
L. Sanders. Hawthorn...
Ruby Albright.......
Annie DaCosta ........


974.850
X71,940
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24.610)
24.125

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11. 39:.o
6.27:;
6.005
5.590

3.950
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3,100
105


enterprise. The positloa of The Phila.
delphia Inquirer is particularly In-
teresting la view of the fact it
has bees one of the strongest Roose-
velt organs nl the country.
"President :oosevelt. in his atti-
tude towards The New York World."
mays The Inquirer. editorially. "has as-
sumed a position which is extremely
dangerous to the integrity of the cou-
sttution and which we cannot think
can bet sustained by the supreme court
He has tailed to his aid the Attorney-
General of the United States and has
brought into play all the power of ".Is
Government in an effort to prove that
any newspaper that may offend an ad-
ministration can be terroriaed and
practically suppressed.
*If an Attorney-General, at the in-
stance of a President, can reach out
at any time for any newspaper that
prints something that the President
does not like. then are we Indeed com-
ing to methods that would make of
the constitution a torn and tattered
instrument, powerless to protect free-
dom of speech and of newspaper dis.-
cus2ion'-"'


MISS GILES AND CO.


Will Appear at High School Audito-
rium on March Oth.
The Christltis (iiles. iReillil C('iilpa
ii) will uappe-ar at tlhi Audiltormii ont
the- veniiiK lof MNiarch t 'i T'h, c ii
pawl ll it oiimii| -ttl if chr.- lill -tre op lli
tanl arti.l> l who ha;i% te ien tried and
tlilt foulid alittilig .1i ile.- al
I,,.tre-d tJ thet (aiin- 'lllh. iitliatilatiiaiuia
S.;l< It ialle 4A Utlli I.ll p I Iopi .tl I tI S ilIe
I.i i -.- 1.11 |I I :c ,dt I hIe tili -it ll
1II I I ts lI lsic ,t ,f l 1 il l i K .l7 lll "


urday night as follows:
The grand prize of $750 and the sec-
tional prize for the best exhibit from
a South Florida county ($500) went


SectionL


tables 1I0. Ihe stock 100.
woods 77. educational 100; total,
Polk count)-Woman's work e,
horticulture 80. citrus fruit I4, p
served products 70. Industrial 4., mg.
erals 50. agriculture 80. vegetagMea n
Ive .:tock 2*. nativ- wuod 74; oti
4 S.


to DeSoto county. which makes hat Marion county-Woman's work i
county the winner of $1.250. and It Is poultry Io. industrial 10. agrkickm '
generally conceded that DeSoto richly 70. vegetables 1i. natil%. woods S; .
deserved the first place among the (".1 ,I.
countless exhibiting. Pasco county Tobacco 100. hort
In the awarding of the other rection- culture 7io; total. IT7.
al prizes ($500 each) that for the mid- Washington .ountl Tobacco &M
die section of the State went to Ma- cotton .-Po. poultry lo. preserved p e*.
rion. the western to Washington, the l(ict Mi. iindi.strial :3o. agriculture M'
-astern to Dade. the last-named coun- liv tcxk .'o, inati\ woods 93; *ft
ty having no opposition from its sec- .::.
tion of the St I Columbia count.y-Cotton 85. as


The individual awards are to be an-
nounced today The judging was based
upon the number of points attained by
the several counties in the various
departments for which premiums
were offered, and the results as given
by the judges are shown below:
Alachua county-Cotton 80. horti-
culture 40. agriculture 60; total. 180.
.\ ir ;. \VW a i b 'A urA lu<,
t )tal. 10C'
Hernando county-Wonian's work
80, tobacco 640. cotton 30. horticulture
At,. Industrial 40. mineral 100. agricul-
ture 60. veetables 26, native woods
100. education 90:; total 635.
Desoto county-Woman's work 50.
tobacco 10. cotton 10. horticulture
100. citrus fruit 100. poultry 60. pre-
served products 90. industrial Ito0.
minerals 20. agriculture 100. vexge


trial 741. minerals 1. agriculture It
vegetables I."; total. .2'e.
M;;nat" count% Horticulture i
citrus fruit 14. poultry 10. prearvd
protlicts Ioo industrial 2N. agriceltw
A0. vegetableS :;I. native woods 9W : iI
St.il I4'*.
(raniige county-i orticulture 0l
poultry 141, vegetables 1.'; total. IU.
Lee county ('itrus fruits 23. pe'
served product., .5. industrial 70. Tvp
tables 4.s total. 193
Dade county-CItrus fruit 14: ;M
14.--
Note-No appropriation was iNO
by Alachua county for the Fair ti
year. and the exhibit made wU
through the imlrsonal efforts of Maer .
lohn W. Tench. who it to be cograW-
lated on the success made with t*e
means at his command


WASHINGTON. March 1 -Inaugural
week was ushered in yesterday with
Washington ready with gall) bedecked
buildings. newly erected stands and
clean-swept streets. for the reception
of the thousands of American patriots
who will come here to witness the
induction, into offitt- ol Pre.ide.iit Taft
next Thur.-dai
The adance, guard of the unattach-
ed delegationsI mIgain arriivig Sunday
at the i ,at unitiin statloi *v. here anl
aulgm nii ted ftirTi of il. 1,' t a .I al | lm)icr-
nl ii- r, ruirnii'tl from tract.-- l ll e.-vr.
large. c< iii the < o ntr % wr-1t 111 dlut>
fh)r tht i ti I -- of if ro \ i, liltg the Iln
Kre '.-,r of I i k1 <1k, I r ,Illil lt ,, i I lisil.d
1 I~.ibb k. sini s 11 toi> th i i
A oi i l r f t r r t. h h 11
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.1 1 t i I i | .1 ,I !. i h
S n I i .l. -i,* Ii ',.t' I. i i' ,, l l ; i r, h


chief executive of the nation. goiam W
Grace Reformed church, where be hm
been a regular attendant since be At
came to Washington Hie walked-
the church, accompanied only by two
sEcret setrv.Ice ue A large crowd
had gathered at th.- t,.irance ad
gre-t.ed him an he I.,a..s'd quickly i1
.flde Afteor the s.r ise, he- tarried Me
the door to ai gie.l I-. to w~ertd
1e 1,,- frii itil- II. re... .t il the. W white
l,,l -' Jl* :t IIIl In@il I, t,, 'L t lr TO ,
Shi ln it; e li,. hi its. r. .ir.c i l' froi
h. t 11ii.i I l i an 111 1 iiit cii11''I
i: ; ecc iel I 1'. .w t;-I,,i .ir
Hi .i-.- it '\. -I b ir i r 1 pI cla
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, ,ll,,; \, 1,,i .1*, ll- .n 1 \lar b 4

I i 1 1 1fo\ 1 1 he tit
liI 1 $ i ,I 1 I I : I [ .I c th
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t i l l l ( I I I l .


AsWISOITON. March I
M- OgrTea will eoae


tThaday oga., with the s InisUU
STafl add hewruaiUi I t II
Stim. hualnes* In both houst w.IIllI
p 0a ahurly-burly caimdllton ith
recerepoMrtl ou spploruprlatiLoll
CM ~ pal order of bul.ia.,s
S the ig supply ) bills bhae. b.l*ti
by the House and all but tbhe
SeilvU. ilitary acadena) aud
Kde im c) bills by the Swuatt.
spplsy eeaures li coufrteire
pp ihe gislative, executive and Ju
1; the p laska arua, agriculture,
piMailins a d rivers and harbuse

A Art will be made In the Seuate
off atm or Heybura tou te tr he con


'Ihr Six fereuace' re-otwrir III% Ilit. lot. t I I cc..- 1.1111;I-i~t ItII iti 1 cl I 0, c 1
licta c alle ad~iupel lu cii ciciitei .1,ti cii 57 iIi.


1 iitsIe'd letic lt. III ic Iii- 4 it is. Ie O 4 I 1. 11 i &,? ci .c1 ,I!c...7.1 !
the- ejuel-icetaua i l ct ihca iig lg ilt* mu- j III 'ci r I t r i :. ti ; I 1 s ., 1
te*It& Ii IP ti & A cItalisej r a I~i tier I lies- 4cciif, i dI II I e:c,lcc #,111Iklic ..Itc Iii.. I 'I. I
sPid-rst it oi cl tutijlih tosIll be. IEsake iu Ill Itl it4 c 1ccss itI ~,..Ibcl c -c4I0i1t11i1i,-cIiI i
icc a) isd tejaiOM 1111,A ll ai fct t ilt Il ti c'?I I l iet Il hIII bught Itiil, 1 l- 16.. 1
Ul&dt- to t.-cchit 8- iehte af ill jortit, Witing 1141111 ic' .6,1&isg efits.
I tr ou ie~ t~ i tie maldl 4drr) lt& % 4.-:- 1l11, %Iic 1' 1:,It % i.1111. .i1
N, 10 i t '110,t e.-or aatt I I I I ctte P% jiorti% asid f '.e I i t -ii i i s-ci1i11 l V,5

trait& Tilts, 1PA4-'.ti cc! liet 111 il l i ifit etl'.'c .tc ft I ', i
kw btubliuratbe t'e bble-c~l .i. tri..- i1,141,1'.4 i .iiA l 't llad .111,
'The. Alctadldc IcIdas W hsitec IlicUts r. ictisic- %leI I It 11111-16 tlb .0At eI I' il-hl
&lain hlere-at rievie.-rle ticeis hcibllwill het el'.e- i., i iii.sc iiMir tidcc I a, i -c
firiot atte-iltiuil a firtesa its. li- ca e Ti'lie
iseat.-ciiictw i ie..r-rIIl 11'Iai swbalccn If its worth more to someoneoils"
Tbearsa") u i tflieicidtr ltfcpicdetit el than to )ou---no matter what it Is-
11u101 a1.111.01kb I a caut ad will Lwe a gtxd inverstnient,


Tenneupr ~p.nathri Are


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to Remain in Kentucky 1


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II li b h IIg tIc NA.-~I,'ii11It iuoll Iriciai% 1Tise clt1-ie ii I siig I tI cI 55 T I sc 5M r&LO
?-.tilt %c let diI~t' him the '% wipulci ritmAiciti 1-imi~t % ebet it-c h ejiiii IeS'
ii, l1,ci~kts'cill tII- ui,1 ti te- taisc rsial A,-
Z-viiidb'c .xdidesrni!A2-,10ac-sisl St irx chit Read the wanut ad- h"iitsday's IM


--*a a au uw asep y our eye on U iLads. every day-ad
-a.I--- ast a s tes.


ONUANIZED JI'LY1 07


AWARD COUNTY PRIZFS-i


National Capital Is in



Readiness for Inaugural


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TaE DAILY 8UN: OAINCSVILLR' FLORIDA, M itCi(l 2, 1.09


ly of Ready-to-Wear Trimmed Hats!


Over 100 the Most Beautiful


RED


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SPECIALLY


TRIMMED


HATS


T ARRIVED THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FOR OUR EARLY OPENING
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THE PA5T WEEK.,
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THEY GO ON SPECIAL SALE AND EXHIBIT N


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and THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd, 3rd and 4th


It's to yor interest to see this Special Millinery Feature and money-saver.

They are from the most celebrated milliners of this country.
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Gainesville, Florida


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Seed from US.


AMllVILLE


ARE CO.


lIWTU TALKS if


HAS EIN IN NATIONAL CAPITAL
FPO PAST SEVERAL WEKS.

^MrM Hi^Mpf-----r-M- *^Mw
Ever greetom Udnd the Present
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AMUSEMENTS


COMING ATTRACTIONS
New Baird Theatre.
Thursday. March 4.-Dandy
Minstrels.
*0 .


The wletrie Theatre.
New movgin Dictures every


o0 ** 00 S* 0 *0 0 soon and evening
* "atlmsville will have the hand- e
* snmet and et pubrlibc building e
* ever erected inder the present ad- e "Deody Dix
* maletrlVUa"-B. Hampton. The "'lndy DI
0*** *** *** ** O best of all colored
B. Hampto, secretary of the be the attraction
Galaesville Board of Trade. who ban day nalight. March
hEverything news
bele In WnWashlgle for the past sev-on dance and fw
eral weeks l In the Anal ad- stage f.ature.
jusmenta M ofoe ederal build- stars, fun-makers
itn. lls retired talks interest- former Ilde
tasly of the work soon to commence. re o al le
gre"tet of all geu
"The exterior anishlas of this mm; Campbell ai
buMieag." said Mr. Hampton. "will impersonators; Ji
be of ladiana llime toe and will pre-< rose Doulass: Pri
ent a hadmom appearance. It being Buddy Jones. the
et out al the rough and fully as wonder; Mauzy (
serviMesble as marble, but not quite shoe champion. M
a handsome. *core of others.
"In order that work could be comr Hand. and orchest
mesCed as this building this year it Uon of Alonso M
wa necessary to make some ored Creatore, dis
chaeai but it will In no way deter and standard mum
from the substantiability of the build- rade. band concern
Ilg. which will take up the entire ap- ance. and the stU
propriatkmo of llO5.000 highest merit.
"The Interior is to be finished up saith Prices 35. 50 an
marble wainscuatlng. brass and "d i'iats o 011ial' W
brosae, and when completed will be off'.,
Ire-~woof throughout, being a building
of two stories and basewuent and run Worm
nina Gl2zx120 feet over all. Should tw studi
"There has also been an additional If )uur child is net
appropriation of $25.Ni4) eAke-d for it' it Ilt'.p l. i lap
which. If secured%. *Ill It ubed Io pur uider lilt ev..*- al
chasM furniture- for thI building a di ill t KainmiiaIK i .i
from thib amIounlt i4 A -r s flite .- rtile. tII1- 1roiuih|. i. w r
call doubtless' 1.- purcthald' \' f 1111fligt I- .Ill
\and I ti |I 'I t at t i
Ullld II In tM l'lh .' ld Iau Ilha- l., inrl uill i" \\ '\ li, ..


be. ral".4-d 'A101111 Ow h it' i.'.! It s a% -
.A, tlhe N .% I lt ieraii ma i ki- It % i i. ?4 t I Ig

A (ivh- 14 %% 4 of! ~'. '1Ii. 4 *
- 1 r r'a ls-1 i talmmic t 11111)1 111,111 .
l4j IL I i .if Il ttV..1.41.1. -Phii
ltI Ire Au1
the1- It~t .1tel ia. le,-44.1 4. Ia h. ,
11,4,l u eatteti *e Ae 1a I e 41.'

theia t umvi~a tI Iip te 1i,:.. itA t i 1 ..



P" e.have lom t or f S daurtias
As so hI)to awh pYUseye as h
ft-


Dixie


after-


except Sunday.
**


tie Minstrels."
ixle Minstrels." the
minstrel shows will
at the Itaird Thurs-
4th.
w and up-to-date ii
un are the attractive
The big nilnstre'l
and specialty |ler
11illy Kersands. the
ulne negro ministrel
ud Meaux. character
ames Cro.by.. Mont-
nee. the hoop artlht;
pickaninny dancing
Campbell. the soft
Ionroe Tabor. and a
The Cotton Pickers'
tra. under the direc-
ontgomery. the col-
courses the latest
sical classical at pa-
t and stage perform-
ale sbho is of the
d 75 cents Reserv-
edner-day at the box

nology.
ed by ever) pare-nt.
r'ous. fretful. tarts
lt. fa'cetd ia.t- riK.%*
P44, 111- hungryr
lht \i o cIn I ~ Io r'
I1i- %\\ iii[ "'r" .i1
it l it I1 1 *Ill .. l ir
aI, || | ,, : l I < orh


Marriag.ein South Gainebvaolic.

at it.. L,1, 1 44 .1 .1
I~~~ lot Ic It,. k -,j,

fill Ip'll-!i. I*H I. 1 t..&44,eel .11 %1-l




111164-Al t0 )iOU 1s ulle thAt 1sill he ep
)I'U 14disk.lotd iraLbthe Weyou are liv-
tus. and prosperu"a
The awake pem~s reds t9e wast


ads. every day--ad
iAMt a seIl.


q *.rw t


Mayor's Court.
Four cases were before Mayor
Davis for he aring on Monday morning.
but as thi.. was the first court in some,
time he allowed three of the defend-
ants to go. providing they paid the
o s.1
Pink Block. for disorderly conduct.
was continued until Wednesday morn-


WE


Ing.
llartow Clarke.. .Jrr> Huckleuary
n1d Katel Thomas all charged wth
violatingg the sanitary ordinance. wo
* -ltas-d provided thl'y "pay up" a
'nii;'l;. with the' :.arn. at once.
If It's printed statiUoery yes m ,
The Sun office is the place two t


VITE YOU


To become identified with this bank. Your financial
matters require the Carld, Ca.ist attention which
thia hank's officers give to its customers. Your busi-
ness will be managed cmuu-aiiuly M_ $ strict W.iU


THE DUTTON BANK
W. K. THOMAS, President. E. D. TURNER, Cashier.


The Greatest Event of the Year
Spring Musical Festival
JhlmuM Ft., Apl IIthi al 21th
NEW YOR SYMPHONY ORCHEST---
Conducte'.d l1 the Fasmous Interpmnter of tie World'a
.Ma-ter Musiciana, WALTER


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T. T. ELMORE, Secretary. Jacksonville, Fird --d '


THE RECORD WE HAVE MADE


Has Created Some Very Favrable Ceoment Thriuh-
jet the Stale.


Cuab Ctpital ...............
Earulug to date .... .......
Deposits exceed .............
Number of depositors (about )


$100,000.00
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325,000.00
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O HARDWOOD CO.
MUG GAINgEVILLE.


avem New Made Ar-
SOhip Their Orders
geuthern Ports.

Pw realise the importance
5JlemIngs hardwood fac-
l the southern part of
Ht I Is one that is probably
I foreign business than
New In this State.
ip peSt week they have
Og d canr which were
fS r the foreign trade.
is t sa occurrence that
i ow and then, but they
at all times orders from
rl0es for the Florida
,#l gry. oak and ash.
o aipments made the past
.e ca rs for Hamburg.
V "hh were ordered hy the
#1 special purposes. it
N isa dcvered that this ma-
ub better and be more
a other materials that
been used.
were shipped to Christi-
| O. sad this material will
l oMol-y for skis (snow

le shipments that are sent
"agmtries the firm are at
b y cutting special orders
e lm trade and ship a large
Of the material cut up for
g.Ms and rims,. which is
gmeamed and put In the
lipe by the factories buying

S ON BG BIG SUCCESS.
ageenaik Crowned. With Glory
| go NTr Festival Monday.
goa d mllinery opening of Mrs
f. g iCowick on Monday after-
SI 'clock was the crowning
di&t aD her past experience, and
,@uc admitted that she had had
bagn g cessful event of her bust-
| giar openings of Mrs. Mc-
htve proved plea ,nt and
hi t nothing like her present
Sad stock has been seen
0111 ie ladies were loud and
, I their hearty appreciation of
OiW adertaking she had taken
III w aseh lovely creations In
* oM Wat be amiss to mention a


i ie weial articles that caused
4Iimbh comment, chief among
Sh the Willow plumes In'
i-d broase colors; jet bats.
1 i ats, paradise egret,- and the"
WM draperies and article's of
'I" i itt-apples. ip'ach.s. grape"
P ll MAd the natural orange's-with
*I^- aiamt of flowers that it would
*bdk to again duplicate. ratiging
lPbI from $9 dow n
611 attenUoh was directed to
b luiy display of picnic hats.
ia Nall the shapes. includlilg the
bI hr. ti Iled with lovely artificial
61111 UMthat resemnible the* real arti

Sopemaling continues, and while
I ll" f0r awhile yesterday that all
d* lleevWe was in attendance we
S-It Iaal hImpohsible and she antici-
No hlk ga greater business during
o Weftleiag days. for she' says she
bi Abat for eer) face in Gailin.-
Ms, Sad if you don't belie.-e it just
Mlu ad and be, c'iiviii ei.

"OING OF CHAUTAUQUA.

i Day That Will Be Long Re-
Imembered.
y a*tfrtil m ii .,111 1 l i ,% g ,ill
be i rIenibt r,.d ,l th 1. i.ar,9
Il l that s a Ih..r,.e a th. ",F. h. I
11 11h ar t ie. h I, ,jig A h .t 1.-
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PORTLUO, MAIlE, CHILD
MI, Week and Zmaciated, Re.
torwd to Health by Vinol
"Our little daugh -r. ti year- tf ago.
after a severe attack of the' tii'.asl,-.
which developed Inio pneutintar. a, .s
left pitifully thin. weak and enicalat-
ed. She had no alppwtis. and her stom-
artb *a- weak it could not retain
food She lay in this condition for
weeks. nd iotning the d.I or pre-
scribcd did a bit of gouId. and we' were
beginning to think she would neerr re-
euoer.
"At this time we commenced to give
her Vinol, and the effect was mar el-
ots. The doctor wAs amazed at he:.
progre.s. and when we told him we
were giving her Vinol, he replied, 'it
is a fine remedy, keep It up.' We did
so, and she recovered her health andt
strength months before the doctor
thought she could." J. W. Flag.
Portland. Me.
Vinol cures conditions like this beo-


cause In a natural manner it increases -
the appetite, tones up the digestive n, te
organs, makes rich, red blood, and The darkey. through his attorney.
streagthenas every orga la the body. waived examination and will give
bond for his appearance at the next
I sdterm of circuit court, which convenes
M. Jehnon, DruOgit. hr, it a.
here in %Mav
D ckson claims that he also knows
NEWS OF CITY AND the party who bought the whiskey.
Sand he has stated to the judge that
CO NTY CONDNS he Purchasbued the "Afry" article bence
It looks asu if the evidence is very
strong against the peddler.
A. J. Gill of West Lake has return-
ed to his home after a short visit DEATH OF MRS. ROUX.
here to his son. W T. Gill.
Miss Nettle Reevens. who has been Gainesville Lady Expires Very Sud-
visiting In the city for some time. re- denly Sunday Evening.
turned to her home yesterday.
turned to her home yesterday. The news of the sudden death of
J. H. Rickerson. sheriff of Suwan- Mrs. Hnah J. Roux the beloved
nee county, with headquarters at Live wife of r. L. T. Roux. was a shock
Oak. wa city eteday to the many citizens and friends of
('aplt. G M ILyich left yesterday for Ithe family in Gainesville. the death
Palatka. where he goes in the inter- having occurred on Sunday night at
est of the public schools of the State. Io o'clock from a complication of dis-
Royal Cook left yesterday for the eases.
niarkets. He will first visit Washing- While she had been unwell for a
ton. however, and take in the inaugu- number of months she was consider-
ral before' proceeding to the markets. ed to be on the road to recovery.
'Suffered day and night the torment and each week was showing consider-
of itching piles. Nothing helped me able improvement in her condition.
until I used I)oan's Ointment It cur- and even up to within a short while
e'd me ilermanently "-Hon. John R.' t-fore her death she was chatting
Garrett. Mayor. Girard. Kans. [pleasantly with her family and was
Chas.rabham. who has been in see on the streets on Sunday after-
the eplrabof Thahe Sun for the past noon in her usual pleasant mood.
several months. has reied and re- besides a devoted husband she
turned to Ocala Hle has numerous leaves two brothers. E. C. and R. E.
friends here who will regret his de- McMahan. the latter residing in
aru South Florida. two sisters. Mrs. Hodg-
pa r. son at Williston and Mrs. F. W. Hall
W. R Witherspoon of High Springs of Illinois. and three children. Fred
left for that place Sunday after a short .. John E, and Mary Roux.
visit here to his mother. Mrs. S. M. S ..S .nd marriage to Mr.
Witherspoon. He has been doing re Io x In September4.84. at South
lief work at St. Petersburg for the Lake Weir. her father. Rev. J. A. Mc-
lat few weeks. Mahan. performing the ceremony. he
it. Edelsteln. who has been spend- being a Cumberland Presbyterian


uing the past several weeks In this city minister. The greater part of her
visiting his two sons. Toses and David. married life had been spent In this
departed yesterday for his home in city. and it was here she had learned
New York City. He conducts a to love the people and Joined the church
wholesale business exclusively in the being a faithful and earnest worker
MAtK't 1iiH.LiUpJuu up to within a short while of her
Ii. W. Fontane of Micanopy was a demise.
visitor to the city yesterday. He is The following gentlemen hate been
now among the most extensive truck- requested to act as pall bearers and
ers of the Micanopy section, but can- meet at the undertaking parlors of


not rest his old following of the
iphosihatel business to totally abstain
from making a few locations ec('a.'ion-

Mr.- J V Tent-h. accomipanild cby
lir frie.ils. M.sltanai. .iM E: L.it nch. G
I.. iow.soll anidl little, suol. left v.ster
tlf.i for St. Auguzistne' and Jackson
Sill where- thy will lisit aniong
relati~e- far a few da s He11r guests
will pirot'eved to their hbore, w hile Mrs.
T'I lh w ill r, turn i tl tlie eIt' c ,

It I) .11. lliin e, 1. T".a lor .1 K
I \\,. l~JS.eia ito M et'r i .r% awil -on :
\ % li. I, tr, i l. 'l 1freiln It k oeii tillI
S\t i, th I w i t i r ai l w rit i. thi i "
l1-l il1 uf t ,,- tw o ratllroin| *1i '1,-n
I te< I. Itula -.1 + t l.t l e,',ll1-hci tI af
tI e IeNee on l < l |,,h l -, w eill iehel \e"
t r. c i n11' ,. it' til. 1 t h t i in l ll-.
..r, 1t A ;t\I al t. t -, t .aff.air It w.t *i \
4 1 2 40 11 %.in .4 1 ilv H 0 "I 'A I I 4.
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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
l'ake L.\X \TIVE\ ItM ltit() Quiw.it,x
tablet' lariitg II- re fi' t 1 n: 1 If
It fall to it. : \VW GIt)\ l. S rig;
.iture lt" on each bic ? tc

I I. a I ,a J
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R. McClellan
Iturnett. Dr.


2 o'clock today: S. J.
H. Alderman. A. M.


t'ushman. M !1. Sauuders. A G. Col-
('l)tih anid .1 R. Eddins.
Services are to tw conducted at the
I'r,.efbhterian church at 2:30 o'clock.
i'% T I'. Ilay pr,.aching the sermon
which will i'. concluded at the burial
ground in Eftrgretn cemetery.

Attastias. L 0. 0. F.
All tin ii mr- of ('enter i. lt'- Ni. 11,
1. (. ). F., an' uirently rn*jiistred to
S.-4.'i1*le' at thi. lxl v.-rroiimi th) i afternim en
at :1, 1'cllock to attend iinferal rvi ats
of Mrv. .. 1'. KRou. iy ,order
.1. If. .M
W. 0. W.
Melm,1 r-, i .f la tiia m 'mIIl, W ). W .,.
w I11 please. miie t at i *i4.i-r i.., Ipromiiltly
at i. tlt,. l ftern<,in r.l p.Iratory to at-
ti'liii int e.ral ,,f Mrs-. L. T. k iux.
II;:AYTO)N Al.LA, (' C'.

For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE.
\W ho thtr fr m l t l'd h'lat rtorlllU h
ir K Ii, o tru oib.*--, ('aluiiili llI
r< li % )Itiu It n li'u1 ld ili a-tilit 14)
t.k, a< t i rn 1 l4a'. ly Try It. IVc,
n .i sld bi( tt iall drug sturie

If )i>1L U t..i, fol.ti aUi)thingK ane if
it to adotrte I .1 the Want relctiin


70 Years ;with T7ijugfis and olds
h%, Ia.. 114J aC%evest U L~ '.rtv cf :x ~wt~mcc with Aver's
c .hc rryI' 1clairal. Thatll~% ,t muiionfJdnce in it for
ft, .IJd~. hi m, ~hiti,. t k lungs.tAsk your
(Odi I4D~f ~%t it~ ~i~ 'Itit-~ knows. Ifcan


JOE COOPER CHARGED

WITH SELLING BOOZE

ARREST MADE BY CONSTABLE
DICKSON.

Defendant Waived Examination and
Will Give Bond of $150 for
Hie Appearance.

In.C ('m-ij'. a darke.- from the counl
tr\. ua-* arrested Saturday. uniht by
"(',i,'talile Robt. I)lckon. who charg-..
that h' i)old "hMom,." having caught
him on Wes.t Liberty street.
Sl)itkson says that he caught the
darkey in the act of exchanging the
whiskey for the money and has wit-
nu<..s tno nove what he says In the


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he Kind You Hae Alvas


In Use For Ovr 80 Yars.


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A kw, Mikr Fiu d M1i I
Steam Heat, Gas and Electri Lights. ContraUly
Located. Service Guaranteed.


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It pay the farmer to plant only the bi. It a
question ot of "how heap," bt ow d .


We ar now boohkia ordered for Pa sM adother .mnmbeL We
wil beglato oMd ym pria m lu.


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JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTeR BalOCK


GAINNVI I So LOWDA


Fire, Life and Accident i. ..


Who Goes


There?


Youi l:I~'Ig fate if you
f,61 to pIrittect your prop)
viu ith iiisuranos. You
llvcrknlow when that

ljaay .,tvalthaily approach
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MSTHEI S. JORDAN.


The Mud Tau Ma"e Awqs Deughta" wW&blM--ber
in uma. lb.ever 90 yeMe. hsbe.'..the igwem-mI a
~ 4MAs be& e"s mile uMiR&b gp-
momal mpe. Ildo" itsace a I
44w MEAfowme I. deceve yoe lathf
AM Coustaerflts, I M I ms so& "J' a~gs ---" sare*b
Eaperimeuta Umt true with MA d Moraem the hMb at


What is CASTORIA
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THE DAILY SUN:i AINVIInLLB, FLORIDA, MARCH 2, 1909


UALL


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Ipa iBr the 16th of May

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INTERESTING FACTS

L V. miCi a C. .M to C* **-
tMb-The UdIN Cuts k-
h Intky h .

Whea a medicine effects a cure is
wt per cent of cases. and when we
offer that medicine on our own person
al guarantee that It will cost the user
nothing if If does not cure catarrh. It
is only easonable that people should
beMUve us. or at least put our claim
to a p ractilal test when we take all
the rek. These are facts which we
want the people of Gaineeville to sub-
stantiate. We want them to try Rex-
all Mueu-Tvme. a medicine prepared
from a prescription of a phystclan
whose specialty was catarrh, and who
has a record of thirty years of cures
to his credit
We sell more bottles and receive
more ood reports about Rexall MNeu.
Tame them we do of all other catarrh
emedies sed In our tore, and if moret
people 0ly knew what a thoroughly
Moodyemed Rem NMu-Toe
Il, t would be the oly catarrb medi-
m we w Id have may demand for.
RenMi MN -Toae is eequkly absorb-
ed and carried by the btood until it
thesMaly d1iaafeets and clearnes the
entre muems meImbrnous tract. deo
Moo and remmoves the parasite
which ajure and destroy the mems.
bramos times, soothes and heals the
Irritation ad ereneas. stops the mu-
eas dIalharde, ad bMdld up strong.
healthy tissee. reBeves the.blood and
system of diseased matter. stimulate
the muco-eqls, aids digestion ad im.-
proves nutrition until the whole body
vibrates with healthy activity. In a
omparatlvely short time there is a
mat notsekl an In weight.
trenath, good color and feeling of
buoyancy.
We urge you to try Mucu-Tone. be-
ginning a treatment today. At any
time you are not satisded, simply
come and tell as, and we will quickly
roptr your money without question
or qibble. We have Rexall Mucu-
Ta, nla two alnes, SOe and $1.00. J.
W. JeCollhm & Co., corner East Malai
ad Union street.
a- was ordered out of the house. As
he was setting into. the carriage a
shot was Ned which entered his back.
He drove hurriedly toward Mulberry.
about three miles distant, but died
before getting there.


Hamp Chambers of the Ocala Are
departsnt hs started a mall me
nagerie MUs city that far exoseds the
GeO w Ied rV Manager J. A. EttePla
OSlavte Name time since. He has
three deer, two monkeys, a bald-
headed eagle, two monkey-faced owls.
me eoon, guinea pigs, and a cata-
mount, which has recently been cap-
tered, will be added to the Ust within
a few days. He is exceedingly proud
of hisa pets and while feeding them
the eaclosaure is usually lined with
strangers seeing their "antics." they
having been taught to do various and
sundry tricks for their food. It is
understood that the council there will
assist him and put in a large aoo for
the entertainment of the visitors and
public generally.


Race suicide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths amoSig in
fants are. Eight out of ten of these,
death are directly or indir'-clly caused
by bowel troubles McGlre' itlabl.
Elixir curen diarrhoea. d) ..ntar>.
sour stnitach and all infant allnieinttx
Pof this nature-. Just the thingii for
teething balbies Price .'e and .,olc l r
bottle old b)yW M Johnson

Why the Old Man Danced a Jig.
'lit l h i ,'-i-ti a r.o it ;i a. u ti ntakLe
tI old ftariior :1i lhe ruil.,t iliIe tallh,
on li't e*,oI..; r t, .d Imm.ot,
"-'ilmr :;.'- '" il ..h l l .< i > i iiaihe ll<
wift, il l a ellit hlt ui.' hai lir th mrlrt,
und lilae all hler pidaiinrr iiu i s away "
Th",I' h l 11i:int Juntilo*d up anl d daucl
a Jig
'r..l-e too jr...' liv toutfilt Anild
VI l' l i '. tlt l ItI L, t olltI' .. : i .1 61 ti.l
t" .i.. ;ot, I',o-.i 1 '

I I.i w i.l k. < li l .


Early Mepede of Curing Skit.
The original process of curimn skins
was probably the simple one of clean-
lag and d them. Removal of the
bair by m tloa h water seems to
hare beeb cmmon amonX the very
early tribes, and one writer bas aug-
este4d that the idea was obtained from
the natural prote of depilatoo. They
must certainly have been familiar with
It ta the case of drowned animals,
w u-here maceration can be plainly ob.
vod Pol Ilowing this smoke. wcur
Mlk. oi aad the brains of the animals
themslvT were found elicaelous.
MUaytof these primitiv. methods are
employed i remote places at the pros-
oat UUt.



Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Canker
*ore Mouth Cured by Mi-o-na.
Sick headache are' caused lly lit
digestion and a gene-ral disturlmd con.
dition of the toii(ach.
Cure the indigestion, and the, head-
ache, nausea. heartburn, wotr stoum-
ach. and that "all int' fetlingK ill %an-
Ibh.
Mi-ona table)lt will cur. indig.-tionii
or any other stomach trouble. Th,.'
will re'lie'-ie almost ni.tajitl. J \V
M1ct'ollum & 'Co ha s' % o imuckh faith iii
them that the's slil git'- >t**r II(iLou .
back if thit) dOn t
li o ntia tcuir-. b.o rn.lakin O th i-ti-, in
ach i-irm.iK enough to ipr) rucel *ientigh
Kastri' juices to dig, t aill l fi ft-mUi
)ou want to vat It prtmnipltl ptil-
new lilf- and in rgK) i i lto i t,. u 'er
|ork-d an(d Iiat>l-e it waiill- f thOe
I'.- .Mli oia for a w t-k. antid >u
1.All t 'i| wllat t)ti want :i.io lth1ig h ill
.iillt it .ltilt t.Lak l .a t t e l l 1t,l : It
I r t i ll i !,*,r ri l *
-im o .fr ft. r i .iki 1 \ l1 1 .ii l it oml1
u 0-i. .' i t a l i: \ l ii t oI,
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-Il 4 11i Itt .iI. t-Ie'. I I I 0^.I t tooaeUrj
tIh,* L'tou-&e ho ur4 -i. I itit.. 3
A4.)eUfdligiath~rtI h ~CURE3 CATARRH, ASTHIMA,
Kk 'p yuur '1.%q I 5Ott.II Brundaaaa. Clowa. cwula and Cuds, (A
Il-1,11.-t ** .0 1 it, A ttj. *. ..i i. rioiny balLk.. Suld J mi gL~if~atk At-C Iy
%kith Iiiit o id-i~tt r 1tu )uu J W. NcCOLLUM A CO.


KIGELT NTERTAINED

SAT LAIKE SANTA

M EILROsE. Feb 27.-One of the'
most successful and enjoyable Ash
fries had during the past few year
was given at Baron von lAttlchau'p
'Belvedere Grow." on the shores of
Iake ftanta e. on Thursday. Over
thirty guests were present from MelI
rose. Orange Heights. etc.. who were
all most cordially received by their
.host and hostess and Mrs 8. B. Drew
The trip across the beautiful take had
sharpened all appetites, and a grand
thing It was. too. for Instead of the
simple fish fry promised a most
bountiful flve-course luncheon was
daintily served under the well-known
oak tree, and a full justice done to by
all present The punch easerves spe-
eial mention and the recipe' was In
great demand. During the afternoon
the ladies Indulged In a delightful
game of progressive euehre, with pret-
ty prices for thi winners. -hll. the
nou-players rambled throng, the ex-
tensive citrus grove and admired the
many hte mom, and Japonia bushes
In full bloom. The former were seen
to much advantage In the decoration
scheme of the drawing-room, where
their dark pink flowers were used In
great profusion. Large bunches of
these were afterwards presented to
the departlag guests, who were unant-
|1 aIn their expressions of thanks
to their hbot and hostes for an ex-
ceedingly pleasant day.
At the annual business meeting of
Ladles' Literary and Debating Society
held on Friday afternoon the following
officers were elected: President, Mrs.
J. A. Remmel: vice-president, not fill-
ed; secretary. Mrs. J. W. Johnson;
treasurer, Mrs. E. J. Whitehead. Mrs.
J. A. Remmel was elected a trustee in
place of Mrs. 8. Rose.
A. A. McRae shipped 25' bales of
cotton to Savannah during the week.
L. M. Pearsall's motor boat. "Indian
Princess." is on the ways for repair.
Mrs. Those. E. Cole of Bethlehem.
Pa.. Is a new guest at the Huffman
House.
No less than ten drummers took
dinner at the hotel on Friday.


The Fay-holee Viible.


TELEPH


Write teor Primp'i, Tenfm. h
ILC. DAVIS &US
.M Wi--4 Pay 14L
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The Lon Distance System
One of the most valuable features operating In various iwoi
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform la
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their msthodl I 4
tion with the extensive long distance ,ting.
lines of the Ajnerican Telephone and Only by reason of this 0 U1I
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between their MI
eociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it posib"ilP
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almet -
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" aed Ih
which we operate. and in addition can communication with almiOt aN
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wi, i
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nmats*, M
operated. daily in commerce and for 0 I9
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the ftrmO
moat modern and improved construc- citizens in all walks of life l(
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an importal M
*tate of efficiency. The Bell systems great chain.



Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph CompanY


Efficiest Service. Eauhie Pat"


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TNIS COUPON WILL NOT BE COUNTED AFTER MARCN


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Bush & Safford- --The Gainesville

PIANO CONTEST


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osoe sFO SORES ASD
The eombnatlon o healthful vegetable i'gredients of wkih
composed, makLs it an especially desirable and efltetive remedy inah
meant of sores and ukcrs of every kind. Since an imoure rcnditd
blood is -posamtbe lor the trouble, a medicine that can uarly use ,
the on0l hope of a succe&sful cure; and it should b.e a nei-iine that not
cleanses the circulation, but one that at the same time refstoi the o2
its normal, rich, nutritive condition. & 8. & & lust such a
made entirely of dealing, cleaning vegetable properties, extracted
true's roots, herba and barks of the forest and fields. It ha .
secogizeud as the greatest of all blood purifiera saen th
necessry to removeeverv impmrity in the blood. hen& & S.
the circulation, and strengthened and enriched it, morea ac ers
ly and surely, because they are o loagerd and kept ope by a--
dicharge into them of iMtatinmr duae-laden matter from the WoO& e&7
brins about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying t I
nournshit blood and makes a permanent and lasting cure. Book es
ad Ukas and any medical advke mailed free to all who write.
=3 SWwT 8PmCIMC c06 =0?


G. S. Merchant & Co.
Atlnen oand Jemer Is

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grslq, Gardeq Seed ad Fertiflizers
SOUTH MIDO QUARE -*- eAINESVILLI, fr0uM
*Ilghet market price paid fer ChIke, Ege and eMth* Predms
A CsoMe abe@ of Hay. Corn. Oat. Flow, Man. .eal, OMc
So Meal d Rye. We handle only the Very Seet aem
at INw"eat M ad ad wiMt MeUsaeO W a .



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THE DAILY SU1

CALLING A HALT.
h. v\i

asl matter.

eIr ad PubuMer


Sert. COMPOGiW 0W1
i Haymant Iocwk.
S. 'i sLrPWOwnl 19
,1 d ,every morswaisg s-
4we by rrrWi Iai the city, er
Pa m the rfted Mstae, pe
01 9.ssis mont0t: S s sthee
Pal Ier AT* weeke-itrlily ta

s to nl m katems et am Mn
ga- etstefor each additional
sae taag owde kDOW se

Sta iess eight VOg. forty.
ger5, -Mbisbd er@y Meeday &ad
agaetc< all the aS of the
SI d an& el, amr.s will Ae



e Iles ment kmant to s
e a P fer arlvertiag n a&d
THE DAILY DUN.


j 'ay man has been killed
j a griak of water. Such a
&a tis has never occurred in


I aSSeld Union wants to
Sa SMan sixty-five years old
kM voted for Lincoln? We
MM, but we are acquainted
gag oaly thirty years old who
gbam before the war.

etl that it is necessary to
a section of the Panama ca-
jllWs to emphasize the difference
ear navy now and the navy
'a time. when it was i-aid
uaItka fleet could go w~here'r
ignd was a little damp.

Wieage statesman wants to have.
bpro(y prefix to the names of
Sthat will show whether they.
men or bachelors. In this
OW all the married men live
W eh&s and all the bachelors
So parred men. tome such
woMld be useful if not


gigmaise conventions, national,
and international, for the
of natural resources
low1 moving prohibitive tariffs on
t iel,. coal and lumber? The re-
0 ofi these tariffs would protect
Sataral sources more than all
Aiqelle and messages that Mr.
21119k and all the activities of the
i ld of Forester Pinchots.

*" m one cuutrast. Abiaha. Lin-
S b ar and reared i: 1,,' ert.v. os er-
1 hall kinds of hindrance and ris-
S11 O the Presideu('. with the piam-
S011 Youths born and reare-d in atf
011i0 to spend tliir da).> in idlhlne.-
SdiUlpalion, oneti cannot but think
SifU they, too, had beeti bui ni in a
l bgia lan the midst of a lirini.al
be tit would ha#-. be-in bitter both
hbrt60 and Soiete

hi l lOd to see how Ithe con.ci.-i.ie
S 0 s tlonOa has dl'e-,loped on tihe'
g oen sUou Eiitald if.- It lit -
-IN a long 5a> io etlivs hinie
e' e war with ('hina in Ise ini
r to force th.- ,,iiiin trd.le uilniiI
I ll 0 stry. "*i'. ,uiIu I limillit h i!
. tO those addai t.e i i toi t alid ih i
y p i elort of ('lii.t ti( ild. (- th *S1 aad of lih, ot, t I I.illi~l- ill
f 1 r tl 5ilth h, I :, ,i, l be i.




1 e of rM,35ir, il it i h i | uli.i, It
il I > l i h m l" II ,'.'. ,.",>tl" t l,,' l

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CURRENT COMMENT.

The IAouisville Courier-Journal says:
"If Mr. Roosev-lt had been a law..er
in the first place, and a good enough
lawyer to hate been a corlporaltion
lawyer. In the second. the chances are
that we would have had a more con-
Pstitutional and a less impulsive gov-
ernment the past seven years. and.
moreover, that his efforts at reform
would have Iwen more effective and
letss debtructihv.
The Montgomery Advertiser says:
'One report is that Senator Hale and
speaker Cannon have assured Mr.
Taft that the tariff will be revised
and ready for business by June 1.
Another tells us that there is to be
a .',(, per cent cut in the Dingley tariff
duties on iron. steel. glass and luni-
he-r Our private opinion is that both
Lhei-. re-ports are' to be taken Aith a
large' dKeree' of allowance. judging by
thee- whou w ill control the- tariff mat
t r." I
The Philadelphia Record sa%. s: Ap
thel 4th of March approache-s a fe-a
Sg,.iator.m and a gndl many ('ongrFes-
nie'in il't looking forward to, a p-rEna
intit divorce from the natii 4in's. pay)
roll The-ir co'lle-agues w ill natural)
iiia k,- tie-ir drop into ol. uritl ai-4 ,ea'ii
:. |> .~ I jl0. aidl pro lid -1 h 4con-ol.l-
ii l i- ;i.- Im eircui "tal w1ill perullit
for th.-ir It i'.a lte t Ill tIh Il.-- of
th. ir .al.tri,-- A nutimilner of 'coili -,'
t ,n &I ill 1. % til'1 101 it h* 111e- 1 1
rlii tt..t I Ic w ill I.. fci *I n it h lice-* i
the t. of (' ., .' (, (i "
i I h ,. Il rlH l ,,<'rl "Il a 1 > l i 1 ',
SI II. Ir ^ i.c i ii nl ititie- .w n 1i f etll'

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An e-tncnnragingK mnllife- tatlion of the
growing re;actioui front lls i ire ;i itis:I~ .u
iit ot :.i '-gainutl orgallni/.til li-il, -~- (t th,1
ln-t fe'w %e-arn nppj-iar's in a eipr-.ia le,
;ind rerslultions juit :dopt*d by the.
Indisiia:tIolle. loard of Trade Afte.r
,.ointi g lout that cani(non carri r,-. I1-
g t he-r alth our grer-at nil'tlufi Irtti;I
iindu i rie-. ron-t iWt I tl0he Iriin impal
piurrhasing and consmii1nig inte-re- t.
betIde lxeing the- largest e.mllo -r.- of
labor, and that le-gimlation to r,strict
their ability to muakte purchases and
give employment to wage-e.arnersi
would be detrliuental to the, r orni,,n
good. the resolutions aippeal to the
Iegimlature "**to refrain from einacting
legislation that will inevitably r-..ult
In curtailing the ability of such com-
panlens in their efforts to extend and
carry on their business and overcome
the depression that they have labored
under for the last year. believing that
if this request is complied with It will
In a great measure help to restore gen-
eral business conditions in thin State
and in the entire country."
This utterance is an appeal to rea-
son. and expresses a sentiment which
is daily growing stronger. The tardi-
ness of the business revival is due
no doubt in considerable degree to the
uncertainty as to what is to be done
in the matter of tariff revision. but it
is probably attributable in large meas-
ure to the fear of oppressive and ill-
conceived legislation.
Natural conditions throughout the
country are indisputably sound. but
we cannot afford to embarrass tht' de-
velopment of productive enterprise by
subjecting it to arbitrary and repress
ive laws in States where further de
velopme'nt s most urgently needed
The Indianapolis Hoard of Trade'
sets a good example for other powerful
conime'rcial organizations throughout
the country &uinilar and conce'rt-ed ac-
tion by such txliles might accomplish
results which other agencies have thus
far failed to produce.


NATURE SPARES
Ibe twseem E n e rom or&
What a fortunate provision of nature
It is. that deprilve the rose of mental
sufferilg; for how poignant would be Its
grief to discover. In the height of Its
blooming glory, that a canker fed at its
heart, and that Its beauty and fragrance
were doomed forever. Nature always
spares the suffering; shbe I a veritable
store-house of pleasing rewards, for
those who seek her aid. In the years
gone by tal ag hair and grayness have
eat a gloom over the lives of thousands
of young women, but thanks to the In-
mestatlons of scientists the true eause
of hair destruction is now known to be
a germ or parasite that burrows Into
the hair follieles. Newbro's Herplede
absolutely destroy" this germ. thus
permitting the hair to grow as na-
ture Intended. .1ld by %a&Mug drug-
gists eand l6c. In stamp for sample
to The Berplcide Co., DetroWt. Mleb.
$1.00 BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
J.8. Bodiford & Co.. Special Agents.


i


Nis Lme WIMIE
Vow tage Aft rMami a *
b Sb&~~9~ dIA. bre~e~~
t..a* 4 WlII. alsiesieft
Do& to v.bos' of INa r 40 0us SeE b..ase
PsOeftI sawfts Isimmiss. *Dud 604 Wm1A
55 itAisseiaUol. golob"t P-0'4-.60",.

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f~oeft~oAND gfONFtT.I


Fat-at oand 1I6,, imp.al Psctris LaEea,vw.y
S"8 ma" OCimsg#gta t. sub= Pbm siomVSO..
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i: (AINESVII.LE, FLOR]

thi Ith -i It. ft r. thi fir t of April ,and
ith ii to hang for Ito or thrioe Intithp
ill th. So I.ite N4o ire A( tit nii, that
c'aln I call .lI r. ,li ; l hati ht ,ii ina:de
lI\ the ronimiitt< ,. itnd it I, % 1i ,'ed
th;tt Illn th. rain the dutilte-' aill stand
aitniit a' they nre' now. This I. known
to lwe the conmniltteo'ea re'ofenini-ndattion
in regard to cotton and silk goods
There' will he otir' ontic, ssionI onil
Ite'I. lial- hill Illl In- a thoroughly lrotelctionist
n'a.sutire- throughout

When ieonple learn to rely upon
others to do their thinking for them.
or for support. they are sure to lose
Indhiiduality. self-reliance and cour-
age. and the desire and ability to take
the initiative on occasion. This Is
said to be the reason why the people
who live in the region devastated by
the Italian earthquakes have lost
heart and show but little disposition
to recover from the effects of that
great calamity.

Most people wish for success in life.
but success can never be secured by
merely wishing for It. The way to
gain It is by being ready to use the
opportunities when they come.

Realty Changes.
The following deedq were filed for
record in the clerk's office Saturday:
S. F. and W. L. Jackson to Solomon
Itlake; Florida lAnd and Development
Company to John W. White; Caleb
Whitaker and wife to J. D. Itringfel-
low; Thos. Whitaker to Caleb Whit-
aker; J. D. Stringfellow to C. C. Whit-
aker: John and Evelyn McGee to Jo
seph Adams; Green Colman to Jo.
Colman; C. M. PFrink and wife to Lula
T. Chester; Green Colman to Sallie
Richardson; Green Colman to Wade
Colman; Geo. Tompsett to Atlantic
Lumber Company.


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Returning, ar
Leave Gainew,
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EFFEnTV OC. 19. ins.


ville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
nit South... ................... 10:10
rive Gainesville ................. 4: p
ville for 8ampson City, Palatka,
'ity, Valdosta, and all points Nort*h :.Op
rive Gainesville .... ............ :0p


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$25,30




ITON D. C. ad RETUM

LANTIC COAST LINE


P EIUITEL[CT TAFT
Tickets on sale February 28th. March Ist, 2nd
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point]
niot later than midnight March 10th.
--@BEAT MILITANT PARAIE--
For further information, remrvations, etc., cni on nearest Tdh1t
ANent, a write
A. W. FRITOT, Division Pawnager Ageot, JJskonville, Fla.
W. J. CRAl., T. C. WHITE,
Pawmng.-r TraSc Managr, generall Pam. Agent,
Wilnaington, N. C.
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SEABOARD

Air Line Railway
It. Dvk ies WariGId, R. Lasrcasr William. aid E. C. llnea. lask.e
dAVANNAll COl(.l.UJIA. CAMDi~EN. )OL'THERN PINES,
ItAl.llI ItHI('IIMO()NI WASHINGTON. UALTIMOR,.
I'lll.1l:t! [ IA NEW YORK.


THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
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MODERN PLLL MAN EQUIPMENT.



c (ity and
I-:~%a AuguitinCli
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any Agent Seib, ,rdt or ,. *r *
General Passenwer Agent J ... *


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Two livery gad fod ste als.
One crate Mad basket toetory.
Omn lks" Club reading room.
Amriteltrml EXpermut StaUon.
Ptori'd WIater Conferrce.
Five dresamakl establishments.
I NaUioMal 044 Pellow' iltarlum.
Three und4rtakig eetlslashments.
Firstelss sowerage system. $175.0@.
Two of the best hotels the in-
I th e Irtr.
met Two wholMle gralm sad feed
vPur store.
~ Two wholesale grocery establish-
* AWk ests.
it by Water "that has made Oaeesville
Mpge; The het opera house a the State
wImg. eutade of JaekMTtle
hMe A Oovergmw t bulMitng mom to be
ians erected to cost whoem completed
with 010.o0.
MY 9,arpetrs. masons, plasterers.
lpisatem. prites. mackhilsts and Ia
u s a ,'i mereg9ak.
dI Nr Mueo *ib of pveA *streets and
bral W10et11le sd4ewalks thaa Sy other
PWO w taw ith terler of the State.
tm a An M0,M eaot hosoe built of brick
M Ig as t- s- b mutiM structure-and
the ims, power b ednshrubbery.
Ims C miInfedertmm mmet, ete.. ef roumid-
W f Ma itt mke It a most attroetivo pIe-


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m e artist ebu ths
oEftM San we .
Ow woeekl mewaape.
Seve EIvy aotom&
0n electric tisht plat
Three acksmith shops.
Thbee railways system.
nsk beevolent orders.
Two M*oopail churches.
Uldte4d tate. land offBe.
One chemical laboratory.
T1,tietm Suaday sMe&e-a.
Two v etori ry areoam&
One Preb erm ebrc
Two eOafr uasufactr es.
wer meal state agencies.
VOlteer Are delartmeot
Several lvmUbr conilatles.
Three Metlodist chrirchos.
A brass band organiatiuoa.
Two pBotograpb alleries.
Two moving picture abows.
loria Wintar Chautauqua.
0o0e ewn-weew Bnewspaper.
ive RlIO Insurance ascies a


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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,


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A?r&OALNEY AT LAW
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THE BUSH & SA





PIANO CONI



In Which a Resident of Alachua

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard

Certiicates Valued at $3,150.00

The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

sedatives of The R. S. Howard

The Contest to he Conducted by

Behalf of Bush & Safford.


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County Vi

Piano, and 18

Furnished ky

Sole Repre-

Co. of Miami,


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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : :



Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will be
given in this voting contest aq follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To a b e a rsi qS ai mt i f ut t MO a e fw .fr........$ 2MN
T1o iMMm iiur mi .Mt. "uM ad. a d UIo hr ...... .S17LUM
Tofmt mrM ntizMtM,4abeNUIrM Iendfr....... ... $11i0.
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
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 timing.


How and Where to Get Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living Is
otsS Alachua county who is known by the conductMor
of the contest or vouched for by srnle reputable
The following merchants will give one vote person, to them well known.
for every cent paid into their establishment, f.r ? ,'o prri-nv,. attached or relative of the pr
goods which they handle: prtetor o1 the above-named firun are eligible -0
The Gainesville Hardware Co. participate in this contest, and will participate Is
Phifer Bros. no manner.
Hyde A Teach. 3. In the event of a misunderstanding betwem
candidates or others Interested in this conttL
SVi i- C sasuch controversy may be referred to tbhe cOa
I B CW ductors of contest. who alone are the perWoW
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish- qualified to render dechilons
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The 4. In the event a candidate decides to with-
Bun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed draw from the race. such candidate will lot Ie
to the Voting Contst Department of The Sun. allowed to transfer votes to the credit of anot1fr
Gainesville. Florida. candidate in the contest


'TrE DAILY_ STJN
) l .- u b ec r l r r N t er.b 9,
$1.25-Three months' subscription ..................... 400 votes 500
$2.5--8ix months' subscription....................... 1,000 votes 1.200 voA
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 vOW
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 vot
For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30.000 vote
'T'lh re' is no lii it to thti liuniiiil r of c lu ,. e h c on.a o tt'-t ut in i" '- r

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-- Oue year's subscription ...... . . ... 400 vt
For a club of five one-year subacriptus ................. ..... 4.000 voWt
T i he 1 i- 1n4 li it tl t tinlt* i **1 ru. 11Tcl- cou ittolt it 111 i -* *- 1
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the proprietIll
M0goao@ 0M *ppoL 0W o ,,-aat".---t --- -- &"


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Ig HIM SACK.


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In Ao Ihestrious Name and
0vo em Two Different
*0800 eof ImbeZlement.


g Tffs E. Marcionnty and
S f Alachua ha.ie add..d
-No their rcorl- liv trail
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dreted b Ih'lhi-;t .1Mar
b placed him sn asn, id b.:ar,
SWr nixht. h"et the negr,,
Mbe IMaue manner in making
d It was the deteranina-
e. iartony that he be re-
gi, with the assistance of
they followed their

W was a valuable catch in-
Sas ie was wanted on two
pd Slbelulenment. Ahich deed
ilg in l Suswannce county.
b ierstood that some re
V lt for his apprehension
g rtff Bruton also picked
Ogr valuable nmin lMoia
t bvlag caught Steart lk-


MI GRINDING OUT
1ft~ met Coffee in one-.pound
ll choicest Teas that hae#.
Mlbeted for this market
nlsll from tbhi establish-
ItMUtles of food products,
varieties. Our trade
P sUlige we give good gro-
bIelast amount of money
iW proNptly and just as

bI Iamk of our pleased pa-
P 4ag to Phone 18. or
la IVe your order,.
mS&C EARLLE


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CALIFORNIA

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Vaugh near Rochelle. He' w~a as ated
by the officers of Osceola count y. the
charge against him being assault.

FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
i am a candidate for City Marshal,
for re-election on April 13. 1 have
served the people faithfully and effi-
ciently, night and day, and my record
as open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has It.oe atisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
Zen who ui qualitfld. I (A ln otl)
priLni1'- the silame ter ice' as. I have
e: deasured to give in the past.
Yours for order.
IItN T AIINOW

I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13, 1909. 1 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,
CHAS C. WARREN.

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oicee without fear or favor. I re
ipectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir-
respective of party affiliation.
CHAS. M. DELL

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the Wity of Gaines-
ville: 0
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax A-sessor for
the )ear 190419. Hainug l.-.en Tax A.-
sensor for four evars.. I amn full) re'-
Ipared to fill the office. as n.ti record
still show, the city ass srt.ent hav
IIKg been increased in that time from
a little ot r $6er .cIo.iM to o% er S1 t41 I4.0H0 ,
I wa presented froin running for this
office last year ion acctolnt l #si(ckne's..
and now respectfully s %o(e%. w M i'uAl FORI


Ove ent ale'T ro the, 'Otviet of jt,.'dl
Ws t the atiitaal. Ilerl~~il~~lethAtt I aria 4all
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WYis & Oliver C~T~A~.---ctPer the- 'tar
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SORTING PEARLS.
The Gems Vary Greatly In 0Sea. Shape
and Qually.
W hen ti ., ir' r. or.. t.ik fr.';: t!11
dead ilseh ihl. are hr-t -.er'. *I :i .. r
Intg to Size Thl, I- 1 l,41 Ii 1 1 ,IN-. 'is
them thru.rb a set of t. i 1- ., i
slevesr. allhed luaskketl- uih tti e lie.- *
Trying iEl"S. Pearl of the fr1rst Iii.-4
that are perfect booth in tpiliieri it,,t nel
In luster are called nnl Tbh,.e of th-e
,e,,ond cinwl, that to the averaw', ,lMs
a rver ee.nsi equally without fljw. nar.
SRailtarl. nitl most of the iw'arls we stee
In *he e'-t and on i gneirl inale ,oture,
unj-.r ihM1l bead. Of the third (I.,.-4.
<-;illhil riiusanku. are tho.. th:it nrc
t,,n',.'" ,, ir-, -uT' r I-' ,, ,l :1
tri e' i 1:1 1 i r lit t l -' .' ,
' r ;i :i hl:::te'rs :t l:d are, .ir'."* i
ltiel 1.% eastern art leer- Itn im1, nt1in, 1:
eof varlui se'rts. Kurnl IN the dliul.!.
or twinlld pearl. which, when w ef n ',. Inhter anld iuMle lently freakklh cl hae...
is nomretlimnt enormously valuable. In
this class the most wonderful spiee-
men on ree erd It tIe great southern
('rom pearl. which is In reality nine
pearls naturally growI together and
forming a perfect crios an inch andi a
hnlf long. It was found off the coast
of Western Austraila In 1874. Many
seed pearls and rejections. called va-
dirlu. are genernlly ground Into (obu-
nani and nued as an Ingredient In a
favorite sweetitent. From Chinas also
*omen, a heavy demand for seed peartls
nnd In India bushels of them literally
are used in the decoration of Idols aid
saM nrd iimages and of weapons as well.
- Every.v Imy'q.


Lovers


What Ails You?
rk. -sj flet week. tired, dW pomdem. have fureqent head-
*achW-. ctrd 4onsu0e, bitter or hadl taste S mo.rn,,t.
I ert-.arn. heklhid gu a. acid r sitma mm fhrust tftr
eating. itoms.h naw or buhm., oul breath, diary epell|,
p.mr or verNble appetite, msea a ttie Mand kindred
symptome P
If yVo hwoe e my eulebMe umber of the
aoveO symptoms y5p we afotreln t em bill..*.
see, torpid liver wish moadgeis. or drspepe..
Dr. Pferoee' Goldes Medle o Ieoo*very is mlde
up of the -met vlueh: e medleisl p ime W iles
l NWSito died w ee I io r thd permosest
eure of sek *bmisrmo -eum k It k a msat
eeless liver invigorator, etemseb tseale, bowel
eseiaieor said serve streingthemer.
The "'Ini,,,n -,(, I r ,S- over" is rnt a patent metl, ine or secet me trum
a iM!! I* of t% ,n red,cn:% he nt printed on its bottle-wrapper dand";;a
under :ith. A gitnce at these will show thate it contains so alcol, or h.arms.
ful habsht-hormint druts. It is a laid etr eet made with pure, tripleiroaed
glvcerine, of prewr strength. from the roo of native Ameri...e
forest plants. worldd Dispensary Medical AMesmmetion, Pro"p., BU l, N.7Y.


Unapre~aed~NaneiC3 OF AWIJCABOPF TA
The lady killer was boanting of his DVZED-1Ufl ZaaC'iiow a or CUAo
proiwess. MV. LA WS OIF 3D
'One girl % horn I knew.- be said.
"actually 411441for love of me. I was M~e S ~ IP
her last thesucht.- 1be 6th -4.. Aea=A~ a
They e: ciilhbinm alt-roplentlv. m ~tn~b
*dbox wa iesla us w1
0.1 should thint..' remarked one of'oelsebaoeramaewO=fb W. S dr."
embreos00hefoswif w--
them. "tb-it yoPu might be an~ybody'~s: ."" 4isbgonw
last tboug4$!'-New Vork Timles. I NS-4eo 214,%See. 14 fbso 4 RMie
dw 'Iesseeelmb ag nse'saft a Ie
Professional Pride, of vi.m SANse ,leakr.
'4 asbtiuld regret very mucha to heer VUatsueoruseaien seh ti~
thait anytxdy han ever offered mose" t lw._ 'il w
test Tw'lltikal lnfluenve." Wheas. .o MY tal Iessr ad edOf
o"Tex m n~wered ).r. (craftwefl. "t 114 a" of rWI.A.1IM
potiur ho-arinisc41 It wotid Indicate very me O = %. b@UW5ISh-bS!S
enide uwork em snnweloody*8 part. ."-f ,cing11van. 9a C.


Of good health should prevent sick
lie- inl te-ad of letting themselves get I .
-irk atid then try to cure It. So long
,.s \,>u keep your li(.r lhomel and
.t,toitaclh itn a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get bick. Ilallard'. T rer aM Rehidli R
tlerbhinet relieves conltlipation, inactive _
liver and all stomach and bowel trou- Ktimnates Furnished Pacuently and Al
Iles Sold by W. M Johnson Work (Guaran Mei.
References: Addn-:
The Swaffham Tsiker and His De. IAMIde & B& n GAINEt6VILLI
Two qualnt t; .gre are .anrved on tMhe AbbaeHill (Co. FI.A.
two tolp vew w andu reading desk of
Suaf'haT:u chur-h. Accvrdlug to leg-
end. a tinker lad a dream bidding bh I
go to L;lndt.n bridlae and a strain er WEds U Es
would revesI to him how to Bnd a pot
of money. So off he went with bls *
dog. nnd at the bridge a strangr =M
stopped him. saying. "-IAt night I had
a dream bidding me go to Swafflam avin i and at
and di: I'i *u h and suth a place and Hakn-,-,.aio- and n-npoato x ner
there ti-d :1 % p|, of money lbut I don't aHkher, aa .ow pp*aed to givtw
believe Itn dreams T.I::f back went you e*ll -t ,wvr/i. Hav our wa-
the tinker. do toe r and fund the pot goa stop at your door every moenia.
as d-e-riloed and also an Inscription -ME TM
bidding him dig deeper. which be did. ETSTUE BKERT
and found another. and with them re-
stored swafflrnm church. '",e earT. cMae, Prop. PhNe 1s6
Ings were put up to perpetuate 1 10 -
memory.- London Strand.
auramma SAPS a ASa*A3a


For COLDS and GRIP. |
Hicks' CAPUDINE sla the best reme-
dy- relieves the aching and feverish-
mess-cures the cold and restores
normal conditions. It's liquid-effects
immediately. 10c, 25c and 60c at drug
stores.
All 'She Paid For.
On her way house from morning serv
Ice Mrs. sott complained to the friend 4
who had joined her of the exceeding (
dullnetu of tie 'ernimon 1
".Yeq. manstmna. but It was very 1:
chenl.'" little Jitiavny basttened to say
*Y, ii ,i y p :lAt a tdil for it" 4
Monetary. I
When we he'er c :irl refer to her
dre0e.- nmid sleloe n.4 frks ka nid beMset
%e know her father Ia making more 1
nsney than he used to --Ohio fltate
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Quart. ................ 1.* 1 "
Quarts ................ 1I.75 Idlebroek WW-mv n---
Quarts (freight paid).. 12.00 kWry "- i.
WilliamW' Na. 10 Rye. 1 ............. .
Quarts .............. 2. 0 m2 9 s w fl .........M
Quarts ................ 4.10 bMio ghyema
Quarts ................0.1 j gg -
Old Halifax Ryea. .,4.. O2_
Quart i ................I 4 "1 m W/ --- -- OO:U-
Quarts ................6 .0, Ret-ky Fork, pr bottle ..... 1.0
Quart. ................ 11.0 Rocky Fork, per ram ........... IS.00
Sunny South Rye. N. Whi, iter ....... .0
QuarL ......N. C. WhiMe, Wne .. 2.80
Quarts ................ 00.7 Laurel Valley Corn............ 8.M
Quarts ................. .00Collect
S ................. th ....... ...... r al
Vellowetone Bourkon. awes 'li'ty .2.O
12.75 M alt ..................... .M
.... .rd.k- Rye. 8pocial........... 4m
d oono--hxpre. Cllet. Overbolt ..................... 4.0
eirh A(-1 ll 4.00
In bond by U 8 Government. Planter ................... I00
ilw rt ... .. .$ I.-', *) I tnus .e ................ 6..0
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ge f the City.

l l arriving .Mrs Mc

gra t at Rutherford'-

.. of Alachna was in the

jl h of (W itlnl-or w;'. in

pi lP s and give your
Sof Archer was a
vd esty Monday"
m a~ is getting lively.


and get vOtOGs
S l I paid to lMadle'
LOSW- 1u4*s Rstasarant.
of moving pictures'
mos the Electric Theatre.
L Th. Irasber of MicanoPY
tr the city Saturday.
i-t0e of ladies' Oxfords
sland they give votes.
IMA.W. Tayklr has returned
~i-M trip to High Springs
up equal to the
land it nimoving pi-

i10wbe and little oson of
- visitors to the city yes-

lMb Jr. of liigh Springs.
hl business in the city


of Gold Dust-you all
*. Mt-onlv .' cents'. "

,aVliM of Archer,. Justice
- that district. was in


bkg. after a pleas~mi t iit
with relatives, re turned

I Tosik is guaranteed to
,~r, cldsa and lagrippe.
SiM by W. M. Jolnuoo.
IMlSM. after spending the
Itp* Ia Washington a nd
f Ias returned to the city.
W. J. Baxley. two citizens
Grove section. were in
y looking after -oume


WATCH


THE NEW


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NMI JUNIOR
4lhiii li(It.dv utX

Gold anldI N jike*--
Sees.-32.-0 0. A!I
ofti.I to gae' t* ati-f.it -


0*M WARE CO.
-IIe ad Rotall.


He 'urI milld get # o ulir it-is Oiln tit
ne pialio oiItI *.t S.iii, I ..irl.
ilni 't f io r t lit li.t ; rl |: rit l.i i, l
war, *sale I,* -till ,i S. 4ia il, 1 ,
I irl.
I s -.tairs lil IHId corn* r. flneo't
I., ,. | t .i, In,?ll h t 7 .:;"
S >'l ti Ill. 1, f illl 11; Ili e\ Ji||a t
| till'.'- f r In,,i l -i t the Iw' li'tric
"I i,
\\'e gi'e votes on tihe n-Vw piano
*4t i -ti (' 1ii C iland \it' t,>r slour ehlol
i'lwe .alilut
J 1.Flinn of Palatka was in the
city yesterday looking after some busi-
:iess maltt rs
Frank McDavid and wife of Monte-
ocha were among the visitors to the
city yesterday .
Ten bars Colgate's new soap for
only 213 cents -just for an advertise-
ment. W. S. Dorsey & Co.
Mrs. J. S. Jolly was in the city yes-
terday en route to Rochelle. where
,he- ~ill i'it hetr daunilht r ftr a tev%
.1la .


.Join the cro d and visit the milli-
lnery eniil)rilnin of Mrs. McCormick.
Ne. novel and finest showing ever
Ill a (l"
Chas. Pinkoson has gone to points
hi the southern part of the State in
his capacity of special agent of the
Atlantic Coa.t l.iit
Chickering, Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange
G. W McCall. cashier of the First
National itank of Alachua. was in the
city yeste-rday. a gue-t of ('has. A.
Faircloth of the Gaines.ille National
II A Pikektt. a textensile' pro|lert.%
ow ner of the i et..tern pA.rt of the coun-
ty. who al..o o i. .on.-iderallte realty
in (Gaineisille. was a Ilbusinetss s ilteor
to the city yesterday
Rev. T. J. Nixon. lpre.iding elder r of
this district. with headquarters at
Ocala. was in the city yesterday. Hie
delivered a sermon at the First Metho-
dist church Sunday evening.
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, (I.
Financially firni. famished fatid-
Ious feasters flock for Btrown House
for fancy. fine. fitting, flavorous .ood-
finlehtis feathery. finny feasibly, favor-
ably fellcitoubl),. faultle-sly federated.
W IH. Ellis of Cedar Ke>. erstwhile
grocery nierrhant of Gainesville. s
meeting his numerous friends in the
city yesterday. lie states that the
Gulf caty is likely and a good many
fish and oysters are being hippled from
that pla e.
Attention is called to the advertise-
went of the G. W Hlyde Co in which
they announce a special sale of trim-
med hats that arrived too late for
their early opening See what they
ha'e to offer you in this special an-
nouirilne,'it today%
1. E Yonce. a niembter of The Ocala
Star force. spent Saturday and Sunday'
Ill <(.ilii'"(llle with ('hat. ilratihatii
lit I- it t>iu hK aliui of affaihle llnaiie'r
A dll ( 1 I. ilt'* I i ill l a lual iit.IiIll -
A I.:, I I % i % lil lo p|l a. q-ed Il-" 4 -
lllll I It th ( It .iaill i
I I'tI k. '. i f orlat i.i a ninitg
1 il1 1 il 1o t t I t 0 ,ll ll ig I' i1ll
t I > 1 :I to A I i al1 i fil- -I-I

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T'- DAILY 8UN:

et busy and vote for your favorite
by trading at Phifer B-cs.
S(Ce.da.r Kemy ,,o,'tr.r. ,Ia\ a night.
at Rutherford's Hestaurant
Buy furniture, matting and stoves
NMTERT ST at Phifer's and get votes on piano.
I : A O( t 'n. .1 4) :?lI it T "I tll-.t
PORTERS of lell were in th- W h t 'ia''t "' lght'.-, i,'ir.-- t ti l, i l. ,, trii
Thleitll- el, alll tl it III., n;o t iil0 I


WE'VE


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To our new quarters-"The Hyde Corner"-and we
extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us in our new
home and see the new creations for spring. Already
we are showing many of the new ideas for early spring
wer, b.nd achb day adds somrlhing new to the display.


A VISIT TO THE EASTERN


MARKETS


At the time when the spring styles were practically set-
tled will enable us in our display of Ladies' Ready-to-
Wear Goods to show you the settled styles. Our show-
ing will include complete lines of Women's and Misses'
Suits, Skirts, Lingerie Dresses, Wash Suits, Waists, Silk
Petticoats, Muslin Underwear and Misses' and Children's
Dresses. Our goods are due to arrive and we kindly
ask you to see our display before you purchase. .

We Are Now Showiq Many eaitifl Effects i Mea M M l
-WITH TRIMMINGS TO MATCH

We cordially invite yo'.i to make this store your home when down town
and feel you are welcome whether you buy or not.


PUK IN


W. W Geiger of Micanopy was In
the l it.* >.% '.>t, rda)
New waistings, all-over laces and em-
broideries, received, and we give votes.
Phifer Bros.
Miss Tirzah Witherisioon has return-
,d from a pleasant visit with relatives
at St. Petersburg
$1i.0 per hour for party of six in my
automobile-only 25 cents each. Phone
Miller's or B. Lillienblum.
Note the change in the advertlse-
ment of Saunders & Earle. which ap-
pears elsewhere in this issue.


Yesterday was never equaled in the
milliner) line in this city. Come today
and set it urpassed. Mrs. Mc-
Cormick
We .wlll sell ten boxes choice
oranges for only $1.75 per box. Order
early. Quality first-class. Saunders
E Iarle
CapL C. W. Chase has returned to
the city from New York and other im-
portant points, where he has been oa

Mrs. T. L Hodgaon of WUlUstoa
has arrived in the city to be preheat
at the funeral services of her alter.
Mr oux
W. C Hague and E. Marcionny of
Alachua were visitors to the city
.este'rda.. having u come on business
connected with the heriff r office
Accident. will happen. but the best-
re.gulate-i fal llile.' ke-ep Lir Tihonal s
l.i- i I Ill o tor uch -ii.-rg it'il i It
tllli i. Ill M limAntd il ith lh hurt.
rIle- IK-rle \i'Lrke r of c t&Ihe lit I th-i
tenl.a l if ll arcI l ale tl ) i5 -l thi iie il '
, lh< ri 'ill.,e u i- T I' .I t I h'iltl-
(ifte .r 1 .t .' I '*' 1'0< k 1 i t'* Ia I ti.
flili ral 'a t, l !t i.t 11- I. |I I it m ,
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II SALLE
FOR SALE. CAIA good, gentle
3-gallon cow. J. C. Evans.
POR BALE-Good genUe borse sad
nice rubber-tired busty. Apply P. 0.
Box No 274.

POr, RkNT.
FOR RENT-IPlv-room cottage. A#
pi 200 Uberty street.
F-OR ilENT-HIooms with all modern
cout-euieuces. electric lights. hot and
cold baths; aith or without board.
Mrs. McGrew. 404A ). Main stre-t, N.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to squar.t; city water.
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office

SALESMEN WANTED.
SALESMAN WANTED to sell to gro
ce-rs druglgists and confectioners;
$10 Ipr month and expenses. Call
fornia Cider & Extract Co.. St. Louis,.

AGENTS WANTED.
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Prices. 3U. 0 ud Tie. Rermerd
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