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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 3, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01594
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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NVORefT KI


GLARS ARE BUSY


NUL L IN THE BRICK CITY


BECOMING ALARMING, s ..- :
Sunday night and t was robbed 'of
merchandise which will run into st'e
,m hMt Tax ta ithkt Tbe in eral hundred dollars;: the- vict amount


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3qmetMho Ckft and his ol-
sshave bees eanvaiwg the situ-


atio with great care. If the Ways
and Means Commlttee falls to provide
for icome ad inheritance taxes the
emerscP leader will formally move
a previso for much legislation be in-
serted wh the matter comes before
the House.
Here is the program that has rather
defaltely been worked out by the Re-
publisM managers, to meet the reve-
s atstios: To Impose a tax of 3
oeata a pound on coffee, which it is
sead-ated would produce annually ap-
proximately $27.000,000; a tax of 10
ceaa oa tea, producing 10.000.000;
to increase from $1 to $2 the internal
revenue tax on beer, per barrel, pro-
ducing 8.000.00; total increase In
aIght, 7,,000.
The Democrats believe the tax on
the breakfast table is thoroughly un-4
popular with the country and wrong
n prinelple. They also believe that
the country in more than ever in favor
ef the iome and inheritance taxes.
whbih would caN upon the people of
wealth more Sma those who toll to
give ausltase in standing lacreased
eamsaed the Gverumest.
On this issue the Democrats are
ready to meet defeat on the Goor of
M oms If seessmary, andM thea take
their ee the eeetry I the next
- m Wigal ssion. They befeve
at they have te RepublIc a hope-b
lealy "i a hle" oas the propoetlo.
They are maknlag plans with the ut-
most are, and Republicans who know
what is go a on admit frankly they
are worried.
* Not only are the Democrats looking
toward the Congreamoal election of
19t1 with the hope of carrying the
doms on an income and Inheritance
tax tssue, but have the Presidential
election of 1912 In mind's eye. The
supreme court, it is pointed out. has
undergone change n its membership
since the original income tax ctclslos
was overturned by a divided court
standing 6 to 4.
The mo who are making a study
of the ea mi-eand It is being made
by the &hlest Democrats. from the
political, the revenue, and tho coastl-
taUoaal sidee-beleve they will sue-
ceed t framing a sataIu tory meas-
ure which win be so far different
from the lfrmer one as to give the
supreme court ample ground for con-
cedig something to public opinion
and holding it _onstltutioaal.


Wood Run Dwn


SBy n Auto in Tampa


The Tm"a Tribene of March 2 con-
4 b their llowinlg account of an ac-
CeMt to Lau R. Wood, formeirl) of
fthis ity:
"1teppl1i usddmnly from the side-
Walk M a the Lafayette street bridge
s et :30 last aliht In order to board
a Port Tap !a ear. L. R Woud. l-rei-
d0st of the Oltf Prtilllzr Cuompwiy.
was struck by an auuomoblle of L. T
Slreidale and severely bruised Mr
Wa d Is paftiaUy deaf. and this ls e-
bMved to have bemn the cause of the
eSMtdt. he Notl otcllei that bhe was
etMagi8 direcUy in frost of the a
ieA. which was approaching at mod.
, ralte speed awd wa stopped as quick-
ly as pumsible. In the sattuoibi.le wert.
Mr. ad Mrs. Tromadle an Chaufuer
ftv*a. who was reaminglai at
SwMt distliy after th awidest Mr
WO was taks tois other automo-


bile to the office of Dr Adaimion.
shortly afterwards being jolu.ed b>
Dr. lielmn. who is Mr Wo *' fainall>l
ph okiau. At first it uan thought Ihat
sr's.ral lo nersr'a Ioken. but it.a ,r.
ful exatuldation showed that thO- ex
t*eI-t of the injuries ere' m rr-
lirulses. ILater Mr Wood sas take-n
in an automobile to his hboni at South
Orleans and Morrison ae-mnue. Al
though AI first nlu much palli Mr
\%Wod at a lAt, hour last gnighAt as r-
ported resting easily.
'After the accident. Mr Wood imade-
a statement to Air Trousdale and Ito
the police which tuiuple-tely> uanetrt
ed Mr Troundale aud h. cthauffue-r
i'udur them eircunustamrces Mr Tiour-
dale's chauffuer was not placed under
arrest. and tamere is no brrak In the
cordial relations etatingl betweu the
two me."


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TAFT IS RELIEVED OF
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NAG NITNIOPPA


Dr. Cram Tenders His Resignation as Cdj0

CustomS at Charleston, S. C.

CHARLESTON. 8. C.. March 2.- polwition I have striven d t.
With the resignation of Dr. William D. justify the confidence lwg d
Crum as collector of customs at this lhrring all these years. go
port. the resignation to take effect know. not a single charging b
March 4. a situation which threatened brought against my morad
to cause President-elect Taft consild- or a singh. adverse critlcisa gh
-rable embarrassment is avoided. No to the performance of my -
appointment made by President Roose- tie.-. I Aish further to admd "i
,'elt during either of his adininistra- emniloyed in this office under 44
tions has given rise to as much dis- posed of oxtll races. have bee
cussion as that of Dr. Crumn. whose tini s courteous,. kind and W
ailpointnient as coUector at Charleston and wte have all worked aeIa
was vigorously oppo|M-ed because of the make the office work s*eeoa3 i
fact that he was a negro. A long satisfactory.
aind hard fight against his conflrnia- **When I became collec t
tion asn made by Senator Tillman and port the annual receipts o t
oth rs when he was named for the were scarcelYv 2o.0o. I aI
positionn by President Roosevelt in say that they have shown a
iO13. and within the last few weeks. increase each year. the total
following his reappointment. Senator fiscal year 19,1s being alu
Tillman co:iduct.d a successful fill- aid for the first eight meethe
buster ag:a~ist his confirtuatlkis by the res.nt fiscal year are -Ii
Senate. t'.,' ,w;. I do not claim crasdft
Dr. Cruin says that no pressure has increase hi business; mukddtl
been brought to bear uponm him now have b .en brought about tIagI
to cause limn to resign, but that he natural growth of the prt, a
does so in lrt because he wishes to th. ,. facts to show that I Ianhe
save Mr. Taft for whom he entertains i .\ery way possiblee to lac
great retspect, from any possible em-J usefulness of the office an bft
barrassment as to his re-appointment, tion which I hold.
and chiefly because he feels that he ..Iefore closing I feel thet i
has been especially identified with add that during all these yral
President Roosevelt's administration been treated with ktndeas ad
and he wishes to retire with his chief. tey by all those who have ald
In his letter to President Roosevelt. buIsne.s with the office, e
after thanking the President for a had unpleasa: t contact e, i
pointing him six years ago and for in the city.
renominating him recently for a sec ..In conclusion | ond term. he says: you again for the trust iapeail
Successful Administration. wish you, as you end your
"Snce assuming the duties of this reer. a hearty Godspeed and m1J


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laaja ~t$ ea~ictau 'ic .r~rI ~ i lataM .f r -attaict I i t i 4 ib I tt-h WA ,,, k'g fit (t urr
ei m.f IAaa.a'll.Si A tigm itw l~d 1..r01..ai -1, 's'I [I1 H111thicia. lisa -- tel t h i ods kluaaaer amill gIghut 4)f
4if I ; ba I t ale I.- af i tll t ti a 1.le. hcik, *- ie Lat ica 1 & 'os h ,IIiVih r'il
1 %Ici ( )At it a p s .rIt. too11CI' af tit'. A '1141 c l rt -- te i' i. et wm-. th 1 c)is % utit livi1, clti.Ii' l -it I I Ir

I,.- ~ uII dteJ~at cc(~iiit~~c faarthi-r te-ii 's111 111- 113%I w .~ iI too i r gw~~
As the rt-z-ult cof hat'. lte (All~en a itali tie-a w- cid .ieliou~riwasl -t I ii le
A 14111,1119 '%-It lit w~ii~''m & i'uoncis rs 'ri..*titccl that .ihlt~,iii tcii.. I~relsto it Ii thme-
fert ilittis r fact or) lit J at kwogaii, le off re~t j i mc 'a of tthe timitia i* o u h.ttr u 11t Cl i I .-cij a eaiii iti e ta
Friday% oalterutacu ill ~hiaw id"- e1 te 5abill Icicia adamag for aubmaissi Wic~~h ltm t.hat beid%
jocutag a Sbite mIeAI i e ats At thae h1it itet a lost l6% a 'ete of 44 to 35 1j___-
of detadi iii St Luke- a lcsiub'mtAh 1 be- After thee pasiin-jg of the bill M r Arm Sun oiscef


will probably not be known for sev-
eral daym. On opening the store- .ion-
day morning Mr. Goldman found the
stock In great disorder and discovered
that thieves had paid him a visit.
Mr. Goldman believes that there
must have been one of the gang in the
store when he closed up Saturday
night, as none of the doors or win-
dows were broken open. The thieve'
proved good judges in picking out
their suit cases in which they carried
off ,their plunder, taking ca-.ei which
were worth $12 each. In addition to
clothing and other wearing apparel
the Intruders secured eight watches.
which were valued at $2tNw.
Seven dollars which were left In
the cash register for change were not
touched.
The authorities are making a dili-
gent search for the culprits.


NEWS FROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

St. Petersburg is enjoying a build-
Ing boom.
Pensacola has begun work on her
forty miles of new sidewalks.

Punta Gorda shipped 2.3.000 pounds
of Ash during the past two weeks.

Lakeland strawberry growers ship-
ed 00 qu arts durm the ast
week.
Burman's racing automobiles will
participate in Orlando's automobile
parade to be held boon.

Harold Moseley, a young white man
of Lakeland. was shot and killed by
an unknown party at night near Peb.
ble's HAghts.

At a recent meeting of the Board of
Trade of St. Petersburg it was decided
that Clearwater should be the capital
of the new county of Pinellas if the
county is divided.

The Tampa customs house has made
a meet gratifying report for the month
of February. which shows the largest
receipts for that port for any previous
corresponding period.

A large wild cat was killed in the
woods near Jacksonville the other
day by W. J. Johnson and Will P.
GUlreath. The animal was the largest
ever killed in that section.

The straw ballot on the question of
bonding St. Johns county for good
roads, which i beating conducted by
The St. Augustine Record 1s not
proving very successful. inasmuch as,
.ry few of the q|ialhi-d others hai
takeni the trouilth to tote

Edwin llodges. a negro retlding In
.Iai k-n, itll,.. h-hat atoticer inegr< Sunl
if.t\ niiA t alil dft. r ardii we ii to a

tl l | >< > < ;t-k ll I .I I f to l ." t ut II
atilt Li i. -I l.!in \\ fn i I P l I I I -.-

Ion 1. F.irr-., of .J- ksontl+ll J I


vessel. While monkeys,
such are frequently brou1 l
port from foreign countdrim i
the ape brought In on the VITM
first known to have come toW
in the last twenty years.- T1
will not leave the animal IN
intends keeping it aboard the O
Pensacola correspondent TIbm5

Commissioners inef
The regular monthly m1eet4l4
Board of County ConM.is.lI
now in session with the f MW
ship present. It will b1e 5 s
days before they) compSt
bors., but nothing of espelal
has come up before the mefd*

Have Given Send.
LA'1 is and Cronin Martisn ad
Pow .rs. the. o)lIiig hiatb miem i
in Ihe W. -.e-rm part of the eNOiW
1I0% '11. I ,rr.-lnilnar% here lIAt
ha .- git'n tl,' reiatird- boed l
no,) at lihbert

Isn't there something .WMli
want ad can do for yro


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, W DNESlDAY. MARCH 3, 1909


Statewide Prohibition


in the Arkansas H10

Il IJ 1 '1* 1 k' 1 i ( r, i ". A r.- i ..t I.. i, k >u iltrud uC V *


IBURI


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young man was terribly scalded and It
is feared that his eyesight will never
be restored
Wiilam B. Ford, cashier of the
Ludden. Campbell and Smith Music
Company of Jacksonville, was found
dead Sunday morning at the foot of
Market street with a bullet hole in
his head. Whether he ended his life
by committing suicide or was foully
murdered is a question that will never
be answered.

An immense ape. standing almost
Aive feet high. is among the curiosi-
ties brought here on the British
steamer Venus, which came from
South Africa with a cargo of mahog-
any. It was secured by the master
from the natives on the gulf coast of
Africa. and had been a pet among
them for a nunatbr of years. and is
conse.Ut-itly \ery well educated along
the lines of Imitating a person. On
the S eance- out.r the, api kept in th,
captain sabtai. where it was fir.t
placed huti sin< (. the sthip has t,)-en
mioor.d ualonghde thlit harf. It ha-
coni'e out .111d i iawn- the" deck of the,


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ST.{ DAILY ST!N: GAINVSTILLW FIIOID', MARCH 3, 1909
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TIIHRDAIT, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 5 and 6


BROIDERY


PROVIDED A MOST LATVISl HAND'lTlHI SEASON, WIT 'wi*H HRESU[LT
YOU iTHE DJMT VALUES EEVER SHOWN IN' GAIM\E.sVIIlE.


SALE


Fo DE IA"It E VlA ZEI1) T4 0Fr


1I< )T N(1. 4-('Consist of wis ii asial 4\i)-ooks, 'xtri widlthi -
SNO. 1-Consists of Edges and Insertion., former value 4 p ) ., N St, Cf r, adgs or r pe 20 to ct
7 1.2 to 10ents, sale price the yard ..... .............. \al. ice tChlr(l Edges. Former price ..) t :l0
p.".. ..Iale p. ice the yard ........... ................ ....


L NO. C of Edge and Insertions in Cambric and 1
dMkr. Former prioe 12 1-2 to 15 cents. Sale price
Si i oe...... ...... o .. ..... ....o.......... .......


LOT N. >. 5-Conlaists of Swisse., Nainsooks and the extra
Corset Cover widths. Former price 25 to 35 cents. Sale
price the yard .......... ................ ... ......


LOT NO. 6---Consists of All-Overs and Flouncing-, and letter
qualities of Swisses and Nainsook with bands to inatchi.
Former price 25 to 50 cents, sale price the yard.........


A i d Line of Swim lad Nainsook Sets, Edge., Insertions
take advantage of this sale.


and All-Overs to match. These will, too, he specially priced.
Supply your Spring and Summer needs now.


Don't fatil


NY Gainesville, Fl
AAi A M AAAAfM..Aa pa&, Af


These seed are sure
to cme up, so don't
run any risk and Buy
Seed from US.






HRDWARE CO.
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ISS ELLUS GAINED

IN TUESDAY'S VOTE

MIS STRICKLAND ALSO GOT A
GOOD VOTIL

The Two Leaders Are Working Like
Meavers and Their Friends Are
Sticking Loyally by Them.

Followlag is the vote In the piano
contest:
Miss Bessle Dupree, city..... 1,053.885
Miss Doria Ellis, city .......1,008.396
Miss Catherine Halle, city.... 899,79t
Miss Florrie Strickland ...... 424.243
Miss M. Daughtrey. city...... 183.98.
Miss Mary McCormick. city.. 72.0Z.5
Miss Alma Fennell. city ...... 5~.bl0
Miss Nannie slckinson. city.. 57.9.5
Miss Julia Carter, city...... 49.450
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city.... 49.265
Miss A. Groff. Newberry..... 39.060
Miss Jessie Evans. city...... 30.205
Miss A. Strickland, Waldo... 25.330
Miss Estelle Beal. city........ 24.610
Miss Emma Hudson. city .... 24.125


Stop falling hair Vsi s Annie leville...........18,686
in two weeks. Miss Elevena 8taf. Waldo ... 12.915
Cure dandruat i Mrs. I. Ware, High Springs.. 11.395
two weeks. OE Miss Goldie Lambert. city.... 6.273
stop splitting Miss Lizle Shepliprd. Bell.. 6.005
balr. Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590
top itching scalp Miss M. Pernandez. city...... 4.115.
iamedlately. Miss Mary Thigpin. city ...... 3.850
Grow more hair. Mrs. A. W. Sargent ......... 3.794)
Make harsh hair Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.650
soft, silky and luau- Miss Ruby Albright ......... 3.100
tiant. Miss Annie lia'Corta ........ Io',
Brightens up the M.ra. W. P. Coffee t.. .......... 105
hair and eyebrows.
As a hair dress- For Diseases of the Skin.
Ina It is without a Nearly all disasm of the klin such
peer-it contains as etiIna. better. ;tlit ri, urn and bar-
nothing that can be.r itch. are h. aracterized by an ini-
possibly harm the tl*h-,' itching and sinarting. which of-
hair. It is not stick.. The Girl with the ten make, life a burden and di.turb.i
oily or greasy it Auburn Hair a I .jel aind r,..t. Quick relief may Ie
is used hv thou en every package. had b> abi)jl nrg Ch.amile.rlaili's Salie.
sands to keep the It alla. the. Ic'ltii and .narling Li!
hair healthy It prevent as well as ..... ...,.... ,.. ,......
flit) nI t %1 .1 nh V % t1 r t-


Services at Holy Trinity.
.Itany and I' ,1it ,Idiil *>,dff, 7 t Ill I,,m.
Naid at Iul.) Trinilly churt h thin
morning at 9 olu'( k. aUid t. u ilIg
prayer aith a brief atldrve at 7 -31 I'
0. At 4 p t Il hei rectur will Iake.
an Iforanal address, to uincontfirmed
lwrua. U l *th w .-Icial r.f.eineit.e It
the )>ou m niguubler of the courgrega

CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out lOt uight? leadache and ntrt
ua this moruling? llick' Capiudiuev
just the thing to St you for buarlines
Clear's t" head braces the neres
Try It. At dnr 4 tmxa.


I I **I1 1rtlal il


lot-, i r urt dtoy, it zurv. For 'A.lei' b

Sumue art i iv that i s simply *in the
way" at your hoe m. ilght, If &ab etr
tIm-cd. be mild tO buUt~t O.e lC hU I. &II
iously looking cur at


mrm I nr fmv Imn


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%%. ', i. I <01 AKa k Ite W was it1
lie city .~ eterday. having come to
look after tuome real estate which he
tas charge of belonging to a minor.
It is valualhle property on West Lib-
erty street.
The condition of the street cross-
ings is called to the attention of
Street Supervibor Dell. He would re-
ceive the hearty support of the ladies
;f we would Just take one of his men
and put him at this important work.
Attention is directed to the change
in the advertisement of the Gainesville
National fIank. They have adopted a
new name for themselves and will
hereafter be known as the "New Re.
liable." Read what they have to say.
E. T. Henderson of Newberry.
formerly Justice of that place, was in
the city Tuesday lHe states that New-
berry has again resumed normal condi-
tions and that everything is quiet, but
plenty of work going on for the labor-
ing man.
Robert E Pi'tts of Pine Top. N. C,
was among the visitors to the city
yesterday. He has recently purchased
property in this county and was here
for the purpose of looking after the
titles and other details concerning it
before finally moving here.

A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman. Sails
bury. N. C.. who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was afflti to d %ith kidney trouble and
last a int.r I as suddenly stricken
with a sv. werr pain inn my kidneys and
was (oilitiwed ito behd 'igfht day) unable.
to g,'| ii ll 1i'hbout a.--itait t, .,'
ur.!. e t.ke;. i a a; thick t'. I te. ,mll

F' h l. i: K i %. I t( Il. I a I the l ;tiln
ir'. in ll; aba'.- 1.41l Ii, ri l ><, ee,'liii>, Iiieril:ifl I ch. r
uIll r i a ,'>n *l FI *i|. ,, K\ Kuln, Il iin
, ". J V\ \I< tI',Chiilii A (',
The want ads. di more real e@tatt
business than all other brokers com
blnued in fad t. thty "start" most of
the burinebs that Le brokers and
ageUts fthae-


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COUNTY CONDENSED
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TIn.r k isIry one


DBromo Quinine"



Laxative Bromo Quinine


Ways rusummier the full luAe IAo
UI th pmi saan u b every boa us


Funeral of Mrs. om 4
The funeral services of I
Mrs. I,. T. Roux twre hel fi
l're'.vytcrinii church yter
noori at 2:?30 o'clock. A IiI
* ml:ige f i-','rrLwing frieMIgM
t te, t'd the ici:;ularity of the l
*'.4. hanld.-cm fl oral decoratli
rcoi S:-tni in which she was bt I
re : aini were laid to ret k |
;r-en Cemete ry. a large m l
carriages conveying friedOI t
nesti the last sad rites.
A Pleasant PhIysi.
When you want a pilessa
give Chamberlain's Stnil"
Liver Tablets a trial. Th IeI
and gentle in their actim ad
produce a pleasant catbart i
Call at any drug store for a

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Tuner ai I
Estimates Furnisded
Work GuartaM.
Refer :Aes:
Ladden & Bates GAIXWI
Abram--lIill Co.


Breads, Cakes

___Pies=
Having repaired and r iem
Bakery, we are now pffepa
yo, excell.'nt aervite. Hsaw -M
gon stop at your door evwYY


KETS"ONE
R. T. Schrafer, Prop.


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PAID AND ROU-
TRANSACTED.


weee His Procla-
p Omn joI Election
SArI 13th.

ol met in regular
n- might at 7:30
at Pro Tern Can-
SBrooe. eBurnett.
vTal and Clerk Dell

Io AhJerma'n Vidal the
# or mouth of Feb-
tapproed a read.
Sade motion that
he saltary commit-
t gavestigate the
reewt., leading from
*W e branch. and find
uWs are the parties


wIfa paid from
S allows:
T. ArAow. $3.50.
*1Th san, $(6.
-Mrs. H. H.


the


Me-


IthL Owens., $50;
t; 3 T. Arnow, $60.
j vtlle Gas & Elec-

i d--B. F. Miller.
$ S5;: Shad Sams.


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Is the trade-
mark whichls
on every gon-
Umine bottle of


Scofftt's Emulsion
sold In nearly all the
countries of the world.
Nothing equals It to buld
up the weak and wanted



weVal
bodies of yon and old.



SM-oyT n MW IAft.IL TY.


street, ws referred to the street com-
mittee to Investigate and report to
the next meeting of council.
The bridge at the corner of Orange
street and Oak avenue was referred
to C. M. Dell to place in good condi-
tion.
The question of trimming the oak
trees around the court house square
was referred to the street committee
to look after.
Upon motion of Alderman Broome
the council adjourned to meet at 7:30
on March 23.


WALTER DAMROSCH.


tlaow, $2.50; Robert Big Crowd Expected at the Spring
. Pultl. cashier. Musical Festival.
assignee, $6; II. F The fact that Walter DIamrosch and
beetric Power Co.. the New York Symphony Orchestra
f aI Machine Works, are going to be In Jacksonville on
sKlms, $7; Davis & April 19th and 2,?th for the purpose
;Bird Hardware Co. of supporting the 3acksonville Choral
iLs. A Co., $67.34; Lud- Society in their spring festival has
. $6; B. F. Miller. created enthusiasm wherever music
Savfle Hardware Co.. lovers have read the good news in The
i Co.. $37.80. Sun.
bird Hardware Com- It is only three wceks ago that the
J. K. Moyers, $50; L. contract was signed which brings the
1I; Phifer BIros., $h.3;5; famous leader and orchestra, with four
,6.5a2; Gas and Elec- celebrated soloists. to Jacksonville.
*, $.46; Hose Company yet, judging from the information sent
Diae Company No. 1. up by Mr. T. T. Elmore, the secretary
a & Son. $5.25; J. F. of the Choral Society, the demand for
University Cycle Co.. seats already has broken the brunt
agar, $4: Gainesville of the enormous expense the engage-
MIny. $27; T. W. ment entailed.
Ai, $8.25. There will be four concerts: Mon-
*T. F. Thomas. $13.85; day, matinee and night; Tuesday.
IwareCo.. $1.50; C. M. matinee and night. The huge chorus
N64; A. W. Taylor, of two hundred and fifty voices will
S$W50; D. A. Robert. be heard In Tuesday night's big pro-
L Oelougbh, $8; Mrs. gram when Haydn's favorite oratorio,
IM?7; J. B. Dell, Jr.. "The Creation," will be given, soloists.
W, $10; Baird Hard- orchestra and Choral Society taking
I; C. M. Dell, assignee, part.
A special rate of only $5 ip being
I Of Alderman Burnett made for the entire series of four con-
SWaived and the bill of certs-for one concert. $2. Each con-


Sd $150 was ordered paid
fund.
Ml COl W. E. Baker for
Sdty ordinances was re-
Wll imance committee to

F Good Roads Machine
to the finance com.-
BmW to act.
l AW- motion to place
lT. controlling the stor.
M within the city
Ith rd and final reading

iln et moved that the
Ot Gainesvill' citizens
also the lltitioi call
ie lbox located I,*'
respechSptl (conlliittte.e.,
61tigatlon: uilinh %wa
SWtition, ,-o re-fe-rr.d.
mo'-d that mayor
ion calling for anll
6 Ol o April l ith, %hvi,
S4Bce-ri are to toI elect
larshal, c(-ll.ctor, 5s.
Oal treasurer, four meini
to l erve- for tIo ),-ar>
^rW board public work-
*s )Yearp;# wich11 I a'-


h o 1 t he.' III(I e Ipe I dIeIt- IA tI


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f* 6t f* tr 2 It lt1
t COU ,~1 itf


t*&port ttO tLe u( tIjli
of ~ ~& 4 Iik, I
l ogo k 1,4.-1 M-.L. P


cert will be the highest grade of talent
that has ever appeared on one plat-
form in Jacksontiille, without a single
exception.
it will be wonderful, and as the di-
vine instruments begin to cast their
wi1ll over the vast audience we are
sure that all of those e of our readers
who make the trip to Jacksonville
for this festival will pronounce it
"worth while "
Immediate application for seats
should be made as the prospective fa-
cilities are being taxed. Full particu-
lars appear in our advertising col-

"My thr-e" v.earold IHvy tas badl.k
con-tillati d had a high fe.r and w:ti
In all awful 'condition. I guve himl
tuo d-.' f of Fole .\ ()rino l axai -
ii1il th*' i. t limorninig the fe.%'r %as,
gtO e amid It- ;'wa. **ntirel. -ll ')ole.
()J'izu l.x t&ti ,' sa\ d his life'" A
W'olku0,h (Ca-ii.r. Wis. J W. Mc-
C'olluil l ('o.

Completed Their Busanesa.
T'ri. t, ',ii, S hc.el I lIto.rdl .i- iii
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I o ir. l..tL: rI l ,r tI e iiuih t i h i e- ii, --

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PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
j .


0*7.0 OiNTENT Is guaranteed dt

iBieediz..g )r J'r,,trul~lmg 1114 s Iu 6 t1
14 dd.,ai fr iu.'refuuded. OO





As or' ,
itifr (aiA.
him 1.


('oiume I.fore said n-'(ting.
This March -2nd. 19O.
Ti(S. W FIELDING.
l{,-f-re in It ankruptcy

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head&
ache
Alio Nervous Headache. Travelers'
ilHaduache and aches fromin Grip. Stm.
a(h Troihle*ls or Ft.ale troubles.
Try Capludln,-it's liquid -'ffects Im
ui.diately Sold by druggists.

The habit of answering ads. that
ali'w-al to you is one that will keep
%.4u int. rtUted lu the life you are liv
lug, and prospermma.

A l.'tl!, w alit Jl will a < I l ,
I, ." I, -l .


w Alcohol?
.1 (i holic stimulant
.. .cry rarely." Ask
t ill probably
_o.. eA.e.


You Are Invited to Visit Thi Pimn.


AGED WHITE MAN IS

KILLED IN A CAMP

WAS CONVICTED AT GREEN COVE
SPRINGS OF VAGRANCY.

Alleged That He Attempted to Kill the
Guard With What Is Known
as a "Puller."

ie[puty Sheriff L. E. Story states
that an aged white man. Ipresumably
about fifty years or more old. was
killed near Windsor the latter part of
last week whilp he was out with the
"'gang" in the woods.
The deputy states that this is the
second occurrence of the kind in that
particular section and that invariably
the crew working where a case of this
kind occurs leave for other fields.
It Is stated that the old man had
made an attempt to kill the guard
and was In the act of drawing a "pull-
er" on him when the fatal shot was
fired that ended his life.
The prisoner waa sent up from
Green Cove Springs on a charge of
vagrancy for a term of six months.
but had only served a short while
when he was shot, the entire load of
buckshot having been placed in his
stomach, tearing a large hole from
which his entrails protruded.

Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user and friend
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. but
never in my life have I realized its
true value until now," writes Prof. H.
A. Howell, of Howell's American
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night
of February 3rd our baby was taken
sick with a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his condition was desperate. He could
not lie down and it was necessary to
have him in the arms every moment.
Even then his breathing was difficult.
I did not think he would live until
morning. At last I thought of my
mother's remedy. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which we gave, and it afford-
ed prompt relief, and now three days
later, he has fully recovered. Under
the circumstances I would not hesitate
a moment in saying that Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy, and that only,
baved the life of our dear little boy."
For sale by all druggists.

In the District Court of the United
States, for the Northern District of
Florida-In Bankruptcy-In the mat-
ter of F. T. Herring & Company. In-
voluntary Bankrupts-In Bank-
ruptcy.
To the creditors of F. T. Herring A
Company, a partnership, and of F. T.
Herring and H. C. Forsyth. individual-
ly, of Williston. Levy county, Florida.
in baid Northern District aforesaid.
Itankrupts:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
17th day of February. A. 1). 1~09. the
,aid F. T. lT.erring &d Company, a
Ipartnerhhli, and F. T. herring and
Hi. C. Forsyth. Individually, were duly
adjudged bankrupts. and that the first
meeting or their creditors will be held
at the office of ('lark & Fielding. il
(aiines ille. Florida. on the l.'th da\
.f March. A. 1) 19~I'9. at 2 o'clock in
the' afternoon of saidl day. at which
ilixe' the sald creditors may attend.
pro.e their (clamlnts. appoint a trust.ee..
examine' the bankrupts, and transact
such other buinet'ss as mnay properly


W551Z S. GJORDAN,


W. W. URANYOP.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTER SIOCK


GAINESVILLI. FLOWIDA


Fire, Life and Accident


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Who Goes


There?


YOU challige ligfate if you
fail to protect your prop-
city with insurance. You
nev.r know when that
Insidious elnelIy, FIRE,
,- .. liay tealtbiily Ila)ptaeh
'1tld Illak." '4,ll M'I'iliile ,.
(;trar Ia-:tlst .list -e.r Ily
takiuig ,,t a. go,4,! j. iyev.
W t 11e ,. i ,,,,-t Iileral
fire0t1 11-ti il0* u1v io4'

M. N CSMN, Agent, C,-iesvill," Floda
A M. CUSHMAN, Agent, G inesville, Florida


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This is a view of the laboratory in Lynn, Mas., which
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is mda
There is a sign 5 feet long and 2 feet wide attack, pEne tly,
to the front of the main building which read fU ow:
Public lae peetloa lvtted f AJL to 4 P.M.
--Lydia E. lI hdmm N--t----
What does this sign mamn
It means that public infection of the laboratory ad *ethd e
doing business is honestly desired. It m that_ the- is aothMb
about the Pinkham business which is not -pmanmd abv board.
It means that a permanent invitation b i tended to anyoa t
come and verify the statements made In the advt iaea.ets of Lyd
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made edua1vuly
frhm roots and herbs?
Comle ad B" O ear TYO9UM.
Do the womin of America continually ae as mach of it a we
an told?
Co4me ad "S.ee for YoYi.
Was there ever such a peron Lydia E. Pnkh, ad is there
any Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick women are aaed to write
Come ad See fSr TSyne.
Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducts
by women only, and are the letter kept strictly naldemtial ?
Come and See or YTwOUit
Have they really got letters from more than a million wOMMn P
Come mad See for Yorself.
Have they proof that Lydia E. Pinkima's Vegetable Compold
has cured thousands of these women ?
Come and See for Yourel.
This advertisement is only for doubters. The grat umy d
women who know from their own personal -p-r-imce th as
medicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pnkhma Vegetable Coa.-
pound (or female ills will still go on using and being bms eed by it;
ut the poor doubting, suffering woman must, for her ewas ,
taught confidence, for she also might just as well repiAb haLth.


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEES

It pays the farmer to plant only the be. It'f
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."


We are now booking orders for Pea ad other sMaiMab mees. We
will be glad to smad you price ona qmst.

W. H*. MI i-SEEDTI C M Y -Chuhim, t t


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Old


in existence, and thiomainds more*
would be but for the dc-ire to avoid
jIUbliCitY. If YOU hla~e.'rAt~arrh. hIx
stir yourm-lt. and dri'.. It.iut eof Your
systeta. Kill the- grrms. You call do
that easIly if You use HII.%tifhe (pro-
tioeuuced Ii igh 40 lilt, I

alit d~r, tL..' ihnuicihl..ijuickl'. F
Ilievun'all ftoraii'- u tcatarrhial iitail
guatluji. a-t~ij". 2hiI la's. hawking mitid
blo i I* t)%ii Th.I'- i, ii' 'r a t miI, .l (
outflt hihit lig h~a~aiLidclr i?- *.d $1

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Yew erb6A 1k bdm*L Gvm bl
firkes Lsau'bwu. mur
ac iaiac&dimssa mdichudchs
so cow a kwbm d
4 W. M.COLLUM & CO'SL


'orn


An Obliging Caller.
When M. C'lrnemnceu was I the
Pretc chamber of dmtles be be-
am Ser some reenan the Idol of the
worklogma. Ibut his popularity. ac-
rording to the course of nature.
Sbroublt It penalty ea. He wasa be
sleebd y all morts of people, who came
amrely to ask questions, and some-
times they were quesitmea of the most
trlvial sort.
Ne was origtially a doctor and used
to give advice for nothing at certaIn
oras at the day. One moralni a
worktlumam entered his room. and
Clemeaa maid without lookafg up
from hik writing:
"Tak of your coat and shrt rll
attend to you dhlrtly."
Thre.minates later be nd the
ma had stripped to the wast.
"There i nothing the matter with
pou" aid the doctor when be had
made a examteatlom.
"I know there Iat." return the
"Thea whet did you come for"
"To eeselt you on a political q e-
tiom."
S"3uat what did yoee trip forT
"I tbeught you wanted a IP-'strm-
ties ot the emaeited bri'- of the
mn who lives by the sw...t of his
brow."
The political question remained ua-
answeared. CleVaceu was too ez-
asperated to do moi than tell the maI
to drs snd go bomo.

Good Linliment.
You will hunt a good while before
you fad a preparation that Is equal
to Chamberlan's Liniment as a cure
for muscular and rbeumate pains, for
the cure of sprains and soreness of the
muscles. It is equally valuable for
lame back and all deep-sested nasca-
r paln's. 25 and 50-cent sizes for
saoe by all druggists.
A Ovilk Response
Mrs. Joies (a auffraette--I dou't ask
spedal privileges, Mr. Jones. What I
do ask to that you. for example. a man.
should treat mwe exactly as you would
another man. Instead of talking small
talk and tren.lgn me like a thing to be
protected, and all that. assume toward
me the attitude you do to Mr. Warring-
too. Treat me. like a good fellow. Mr.
Jones (quickly)-Wby, certainly, old
ebap. Iemd me a Over, wll yout-
Loedou Graphie.

How can #ny person risk taking
some unknown cough remedy when
Poley's Honey and Tar costs them no
more? It is a safe remedy. contains
so harmful drugs, and cures the most
obstinate couhs and oMlds. Why ex-
perlneut witth your health? nlaasist
upop having the genuane Foley's Hoa-
ey and Tar. J. W. McCollum & Co.
USe Ferw Ualematm
"Do you think we oghtt to ha a
bi r army and a larger nary?"
"OS, yes." replied the beautiful Itrl
"It would be as nica f all the boys at
the danes euld appear nla unlfrm,
wf epaulets and braided collar."-
ClMesag werws-Herald.

NASAL CATARM

J. W. MaCellum Co. Sell the Orrat
Remedy That Cured Mrs. Karberg.
Here Is a very simple yet wholly
sincere statement of a Michigan wo-
man. who was cured by using Hyomel
-the no cure no pay remedy for ca-
tarrh, asthma, hay fever, croup, cough.-
and colds:
"A bad case of catarrh was cured
for me by the use of Hyonel. The
trouble affected my head. nose and
eyeM, and was very annoying and dis-
agreeable, and the cure, from the use
of Hyomnel. as very gratifying. Hy.
omel has from ime a strong recom-
mend and endort lueut tr "- rs
Karberg. 213 Kingslhy itir t. Ann
Arbor, Mich. Nov It;. !!ts ar
Thousands of ju,t .uch lhtters are


i tap te Spu


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AINVTHEILLFDUTTON BAIDAK




The Greatest Event of the Year
Spring .Musical Festival
Jacksuvile, Fb.. April 8llt 21O

NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-
('omnducteI I tier Famiano Interpreter of tie .'r! Mamter Mu.ician-, WALTER


Aasi.te4l lay (iustaf Holm i.ni.it, ,I*n- ,o; eI'" l .Miller, tehn-r M r. Corln e
Ril.r-Kele-y, -j.oran,; N, va a ai ,le-r Ve. r, Ato
FIl'R ('NCERlTS-.Maday aatiine,. orchestral; M, ln-ily i1 '!' .ii -
laznta.e.m Tu.-wlay inatiia e., Art;-t-' c.inert, TIwM.lay nigl't, ( 'r..tlr,'', "TH
('RiATION," with the. J -ackw,.n ille ('h,,rl S.-i.*ty .of -. tral I% I, v '"s ad
New York >y-aniipony appllication noa. tat rt.mr1e. I, in rotati n. Al d n. a k t .. k-1)sb
-- -T. T T. ELM E crtay JackUmvie, Feria. ----




G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers and Jobbers ito

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grain, Gardeq Seed and Fertilizers
GOUTH SIDB SQUARE --- GAINSVILLL LORIDA.
HIghe0t market price paid for Chickens, Eggs ard oth Produo-

A Complete stock of Hay. Cora. Oats. flour. Bran hel. Con
sead Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very s**tt ootd
at Lowest Prtoie. aad guarartee aouactlua al a


T PM WI LL T K ITES IEN iMM 5, IM

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST










This Coupon may be cat at The Sun office or at either of the ,toam cam-
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OW#t, d by the ad eale to S&
s a everybody hast
9. Reokefeller.

at scheduled time.
st ino a s wonder the

o f Mr. Pulitser be-
ab palpitation of the


Shiasve a humming-bird
,U lhaks like a direct bid


|ith says o he won't
ma "to answer the
Stlherseanw.

stresses todresign. and
ts will stick till be dies.
a Seaetor out of his


dt the works of Mix-
Is.fbe held in New York.
asi st upon being


ST&Dr. Edward Everett
ig&I y of the Senate."
ase s a chaperon. It


ely $1.80 worth of wool
Ssuit of clothes it might
Inoet out the old looms


Ceagrha feels tempted to
wing treasury deficit with
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~W~iagwhich oleitioja will


Sure ca lit)1 tao 011111.
teSIOM*ss of the voyage'
the qualilys)of tilt.
Seaduilrable' seaniaalit-111a
Ot the 1111%Y. From uall
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HUNTING ON ENCLOSED LAND.

The un in requete.Id lb a sub 'rib-
er oear this <-It% to puulillih the law
aisalist hunting a814i fl hitn on iln.
closed ipre'nii- x., couoplalsinth that a
g',nth-man re-lidingi in ( l:tIni'%ille re.-
re-itly entered hi fbhld with his uln
and dogs. and when he' (the l ote' t"d he' a, i. )lit. IniforIeil
thnt if he elijected to hutin-ti n in hi.,
field he should oist the s tani. It
,eems that the swportwsman knew what
he vas talking about. and all farmers
sho object to hunting on their lands
should post the same All that is re
quired is three signs bearing the in-
cription: "No hunting (or fishing
allowed on these prenmiaws," signed by
the owner or agent.
Following in the law our friend re-
nuests us to publish. which is taken
from the General Statutes of Florida:
"3404. Entry On Enclusure to Hunt
or Fish-Whoever wilfully and with
the view of trespassing enters any en-
closure of another, where crops or
fruit of any kind are cultivated, with.
out permission of the occupant prev-y.
iously obtained, or. without auch
previous consent of the owner or oc-
cupant, enters upon the enclosed lands
of another to hunt or fish. shall be
punished by Imprisonment not exceed-
ing sixty days or by fine not exceeding
fifty dollars.
"Ten days' notice by poster to be post-
ed at at least three different and con-
spicuous places around the enclosure.
shall be given by parties wishing to
avail themselves of the benefit of this
section."

AN EYE TO SUSINESSK
-
The management of the Mid-Winter
Exposition at Jacksonville certainly
have an eye to business. In exchange
for voluminous notices they honored
the editor of The Sun with a ticket
of admission to the exposition, but
upon the only occasion he desired to
use the same he was politely inform-
ed that "passes" would not be honored.
it is not the $2 that the editor and
his son bad to pay to see the fake
collision of the two locomotives at
Jacksonville that makes us "sore."
but the principle of the thing, and it
was not our intention to refer to the
matter until we learned that the Jack-
sonville newspaper men, or at least
some of them. were admitted on
"passes.," and we only do it now that
our brethren of the country press may
be advised to require all press tickets
hereafter accepted by them from Jack-
sonville promoters to contain the
words: "Good upon all occasions."
And, Inasmuch as the management
the exposition at Jacksonville last
year failed to pay their advertising
bills, It is also advisable to require
payment In advance for such contracts.
especially as the present management
have thus far also failed to even
a(kuowledge the receipt uf our bill
for work done.

CURRENT COMMENT.

The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot (Dem .I
says: "Mr. Iryan has scarcely emerg-
ed from the ca tigating hands of his
enemies before he finds courage to de-
clare himself (for the fourth time. in
the hands of his friends. lie loves a
beating ho aell that his name di..rves
to be added to the old English cate-
gory of The dog. the uoin an ad the
hlckor. tree. '
The" N.w York l'oet ca3-: If Mr.
Franklin Ma'\'tagh i. to i-' Se tary of the' Tra.ury. Mr. Tufts abi-
net will contain tao lift' hIrg foloa .rs
of the Ih'nlHrac.v, aho aill nowe. whe t
acll on iln tar. ('iallK' their |'rt.


afltin.Thusc he aIll go)M r
Ho ~ o'et rcle mttir; %ah~ruais %Ir.
Rousw % 0lt has o011I)- lon.'I )I. uaiorrikt.'
Luke W%%right, Mr. Taft %Ill halt' Dick
Itiiboi ii1 Macit-Iaghi. I.AmhkoEIat fromz
one a' j~ilit (of II It' a this I% Iiisfeis- Itcrl)I )().
litia s(1atralegk' o Ith )l 3Our O(lolo'4
IIlitit'of 1,411110,cOf th-irltvied mun b% gi%

How's This?

%a ,ru fair i c.-.oi. el c tatim liIliite vt iii
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I ali '. I A, 0 ) A-01, -la ie


Ing them n ffic-. diarmnA an enemy, If
It does %not make an enthusiastic ad-
herent."
The New York Times ays: "The
tariff is not tro.*vd as a great public
measure. but a- a conxcries of jobs
That. In its origin. ito purpow., and
its development. Is what' It is. The
present majority of the Ways and
Mlnns Conmittee iha s howni some
disposition to handle it in the' public
Interest, but it cannot escalw the ty-
ranny of custom based on greedy and
organized private Interests. The ty-
ranny can be broken down only by the
force of a definite. Intelligent. and
general public sentiment. effectively
represented at Washington. The next
half year will show whether this is to
be attained."
The Springfield Republican says:
"In condemning the part played by the
President In the absorption of the
Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by
the United States Steel Corporation.
the Senate subcommittee occupies SO-
assailable ground. It was no business
of his to allow or disallow the trans-
action, and In assuming to say what
the corporation might and might not
do be wap tar exceeding his consti-
tutional powers. But when the com-
mittee goes further and undertakes to
decide that the laws of Congress have
been violated by the big corporation.
the question arises whether It is not
also assuming a position as untenable
as that of the President. Whether
the anti-trust or other law was vio
lated by the corporation In that trans-
action is a matter for the courts to de-
cide on prosecution by the admints-
trative authorities, and not a matter
for either the President or Congress
to dispose of."


Act Qmiekly
and you will save yourself a lot of
suffering and trouble. If you have a
sudden chill-or take cold -it you
have colic. cramp or diarrhoea, don't
wait a minute. Take at once a tea-
spoonful of Perry Davis' Painkiller In
a half a glass of hot water or milk.
You'll be safe and on the right road
to quick recovery. Then you'll escape
serious illness. But you ought to have
this tried and proven remedy on hand
for Immediate use. Being prepared
is half the battle when there's pain to
subdue. New size bottles 36c., also in
Ws-cent sies.
MII


High


SWater


Wisdom


There are enough uncertain-
ties about trading in Real
Estate without GUESSING
at the Title. Don't take
any man's word! kmB -
Sfe Slm. Demand an Ab-
stract of Title from


ALACHUA COUT

ABSTRACT COWANT
(AIN.SVILLE, FLA.


BILL FOR DIVOCiaL
Is the resultt (Court. Ebhth Judicial Ctrcuit
Alarhbu Count). Hiorida.-In ('hbacery -
I e M. lav:s nv. Peter J Kvas I -H
for Ivoroe.Fer uf PubuesUos.
It itapearig tbf saldavit appended to the
bill filed nl the aRbu stated came that he
reinenrace of 'eter J Kiana. the defendant
the'ein named is unknown. and that there it
so jern la t the bLast the service of a sub-
poDens upu whom would bind staid defendant.
and that be is river the age of twenty-ose
ear r. it is therefore ordered that 'ald sow-
restdent defendant e and be in bhereby re-
(luired to apt4ar to tLbe IB1 of tCoMap last led
it Mld cau'e un or before Muonday. the h day
of ATril A ) IMaS. otherwise the aletfatloem
of said bill 111 be takes a cuefesmed by said
drferdmant.
It Is fu'tther ordered that this order tw put-
Ult4w1 Utoe rSeelk for eigbt (' < 'wuUle
*.tr' IB 11.4. l ."nirwe 'ur US. a ae6"laa r
ljut1itlheld lo I sau toalit aid laLe
Trlb. IV'elruaryi tt* 1iM
b H. W1KN,1 ('Cierk Circuit Court.
H1< ) h CUM AZ',. Si. U.
A true "or' of ur inalI
'heil b U WlINt.-h (Clerk circuitt Court
Iv MN h CH- \' E 1). C.
It A THMAHssHJiU. uo fr Comrupt.t
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Tampa & Jac0on1lle Railj
a a- wa3


ZFPOTIV DEO. 1. iUS.


Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and los
Cal points South......................... 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:m p
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, PAA tLA
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all pontNorth6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ *:0 p


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W WUSHINTHI IL dm RETE

ATLANTIC COAST LINg


PESEITELECT TAFT
TiCkets on sale February 28th, March is, tod
and 3rd, final limit to reach original utartli poiat
not later than midnight March 10th.
--- EAT MILITANT PARAIE-
For further information, reserve, etc., Ncall m a*sam Tk"ht
A o, or wre
A. W. FRITOT, Division Pamager Ament, Jacksoevill, Fla.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHIM,
Pawmeger Tr Nana Geneal Pa. w lAp,
W into N. C.
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S. Pane WareAM, L. ILaasoer Wlliamsiad L.
SAVANNAH. COLI'MIIA, CAMDEN, SO
RALEIGH, BICHMOND. WASHINGTO
PiHll.AIi.i'..IA, NEW YOF
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS 0
411 AI AiU F1I tlH I \ iJIMliTE
SEA AIA )lt) YEI.A\iR-iOL'NDI)
.SE IAlI \11II FIliiilD.
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPM
JPI 1 V: .ln titl, .* *'1! k I.IM I'Ti:)1 S
S' ," t i ,is *I I' l I Iit I lu t) ',>r (
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t .',,I .t i. I r i i i 1 r l 'a .

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For full Information and &*l*e, r e
any Agent teaboard, or *rite 6 C B L S
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonvil'lc, Fioi!(
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St A,'i i lltte: Pull-
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AIYOSNEY AT LAW.

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mrfe).phepas

3, A. CAIRSL812
ATTOARRT AT LAW
And WWsolinoIaEquily
Awe, Rose". Ofteympsegs and teem
ou tlPe~se. LAU bamsesi pmus
asosded S&L06.. meal desw to 1
010. SGhIuYIU.. IS3
PlAKCLAM iOsm W. VIW
MlTARK & FIELDING
IAWYerS.


Prs~ctleina *llCowls. States &U


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Two Uw m feed emsm.
Oe erte sad basket tetour.
O w kClub reading Moam.
I r IaltaMIo.
rive --r Astablishmets.
NMallisal Odd I sm-artum.
Three smertakit *etblishments.
Inrmeslas weWe system. $175.000.
Two of the bedt beotels t the Ia-
Tw wholoese gis. an d food
T wbooesale grocry establIsh-
Waer "that has made OGaloesvlle
The iet ops ho I the State
Iide- o Jnaskmviloe
A GoeramMt buidldng nam to be
e sed to mes whi completed
Lapmemat m m plaMsterers,
S eri mtels d paved, tret ande
-hI s d*walftks th any ether
Iowm Is the laertnr of the State.
IAag S@m- ho e bu lt et brick
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ITHE BUSH & Si


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

hbe Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certiicats Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

sentativesof The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : : : :


$3,550.00
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 bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t ie sM s a .o Mf in v, ab d forw idfw .......$82M
To a ssimrW st m q. ud WI-xi k el h I........ $.17W
To t ddre bin, minthinMw. a foIr am for....... $ .._ $10W
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be dispoeed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those timing.


How and Where to Get
Votes-
The following merchants will give one vote
or every cent paid Into their establhisbmnts for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co..
Phifer *roe.
Hyde & Tench.
Where VItes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establlsh-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
un office. Votes sent by mail must b- directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Galneaville. Florida.


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living In
Alachus county who is known by the conductors
of the coiteit or vouched fur by some reputable
person, to them well known.
!. ':o employee. attachee or relative of the prM
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate ia
no manner
3. In the even of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others i interested in this contest
such controversy may be referred to the coo-
ductors of contest. who alone are the persons
qualifid to render detiz- ns.
4. In the event a candidate decides to with-
draw from the race. such candidate %ill not be
allowed to tranlifer voteb to the credit of another
candidate nla the contetL


TI-IE DAILY STI3N
l 11 i.tjgcclberu Nc .6 I t'or'^ r
$1.25-Three months' subscription ........................ 400 vots 500 vote
$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes 1,200 vote
6.00--One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes 3,500 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes 30,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30,000 votes
Ther.- i- 110 linit to th i iuiil'-.r f I l.- ,u-lh (ico tt.-.inti t iii.,' cur,.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- One year's subecriptio ................... ........... ...... 00 vote
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ...... ... .. ....... .4.000 vote
Therv i i n limit l iii iiii'Tr 4,! nult i, iraci (ontf-t.iuit jiiiav -,.cur,


Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the proprietors


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THE DAILY SUN: (AINE8VTILLE. FLOMIDA, MARCH 3. lD99


op BOXES.
quartett of GreWo Gov*
u..fl@ Powers.
0 it p -.verned 11y three
,iMan Anwrl n" wit of a 'e*n-
Wk4e frtrl"dae Ims. the ballot
o bar.dl.. "
the firpt two of thewe Igrat
powers nDO it. oe ueStiolne4d
1oalliance. lbut thfit the m'wx
*u was tlhe landl-X shibou'd
w .a right ti) u.' thle In"lot
n hisa dayv unMlreiamtnel of Ilalf
aSter. during th'e civil w ,:r.
g reyf, tl e fu lou e4iitr..
dd 0011il"n.
b e laki bluntly at an Pul-
l to he ,','l""'nw r r .",'r i '
Etb rn T : "' '* "' ,,,, 1 '

S O tI* rcte. nr 1 r i~L t d'
, Sible air.' r.;ll d I;. "

ag redy tliplit Jh11t 8y ou
E lbt-_wtb my INen."
n the early I ii T'a.ts
o r edlly have .ounteuancedd
@rM In je4t. fr a nnotahle
S tbhm were V uakllsP or of
I g estry. to whom fire wai.
Is the x'lety of Friends
Sil G a and women have
I'S5 absolutely equal. so that.
Mott dclired,. it sPelmied
el to wish ti counw*l and
so e everywliere on even'
a dw had always d(ne in

l Qwaker plhillanthr"likt. Al,*l.1
O-Gibboons. whIo had n(.ver Ie",1
i with tle **wim.1an' rl'.t-.'"
Sy, 7et a .n:'Vd d wi;h de"
b I*or that. n'lheu:!a sihe t:l':;'e '.
6 aMet her rl'hlit. Ish lrd "'ltmYe
Sll habit of alw.ayi t.i!;ll: the.or
'' however. h f:il- t take a
f h3 r r.r r', I (- rdis
SmEood to do ws. Sheit hid a singut
o llad and firii linal writing., easily
='lkfora mnan's. wiid often sl.-ned
s | comMnuuni litioe sltniply A. H
ao that d1i. One ( d:iy fourd1
as cltl7.en n'i? I taxrplyer.
istidvtlgey rfiuired. i:n tihe' name of
l it kv to furtiilh r-:i,.ns why bhe
ri sot sere a4 a jircr
Sll bew of none." she, wrote M'erne
1 the tout of thi. fornildatlel de vu
Idl sent It back. Iut the offl l Il
Snid this apparently lmpe.'rtinent
ioes must hbae linvext iated tbh.
~a t his correst.e{lr'nt nnd four I
rNaisW, for A. 11. Gilbouas. house-
SlW tf New York. was excused from
.ie Ia that fourth box. so Impor-
A 1111 elrillad communitles-the Jury
Sle-thst' Companion.

.' 4 1 Remedy for Lagrippe.
t.' coughs are dangerous, as
I .e.fptly develop into pneumon
I WWD's Honey and Tar not only
_._l_ M 1h but heals and strength-
S6 Im ags so that no serious re
00 MN4 be feared. The genuine
k1 MoMOy anid Tar contains no
lllh41ngs and is in a yellow pack
S.ildse substitutes. J. W. Mc-
& Co.

Hard to Choo:*.
W would you rather enertitn.'"
1 theb llksloher of folly. "a per
h 1 bore or a clever fellow
tt-Nle been abroad for the first
b -in ebea ge

b Setb of tbhi life are the destiny
SMimt.-Eaateru Proverb.


SIRA WOMEN


WI tf Them in Gainesville,
4e*d Reason for It.


and


'Iia't ") u'olialaiIw hialcia).
hbtW Years of I,,,.kach ia--.ffvr-aing.
040 Of guhhermiighat-. of uairt -t.
TU distre-s ()Iat u t a.r~ptreslel. *
160 AM* re-her .andcti re-
10 e "I t A mi .,.a I lo (.iae'e l

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at, wa~1 h)iazd all achct aud ,'iilua
$od )W )M Jubue.oU


CURED ITCHlIG



' PAINFUL HUMOR

Which had Spread Over Face, Body
and Arms-Swellings were as
Largeas a Dollar When they
Broke, Sores would Not Heal
Suffered 3 Years.


MADE SOUND AND WELL
BY 3 SETS Of CUTICURA


. *,h* t 'h r .. r l* "
d** ,r mi t1 a14i I.* d *. ..I
d< ('r sp but th. t 1r \ i'n; y llU, lH !it *( r 1 11.0't A .1.1 1, toh n: ,1n1 -1
I .'ii!s f *" f-i free, cc ium l l.,1 ti4 '.1.
Jald se-d. By rig s tole it wapl ur il tier
my arm.'s and th.iu uy ~ r Ipaif.l I
coiti w ihardilynful t t ai. nativ 1.ti).r
wto I on my tuo the se r-ht. The flr-nd
da'wtr I w ent to raid the. diwa' in.a' -
ctro ula l but th e riejlle o,nly u -t w 4n fi.'-
anu d s*read.k tB. I iat et wad all healer
my armt and '. tlh-p that part (fd my
tlb ni ing 1t. Hwe lln&. al l marght Ia ra dllar.
but it wu painful tak it Il ni t dne. I t Iuh
to i'- on my tw- dat night. The w le nd
dio fel proooun matih n of twek Ivm taheti glands. wIre
nt1rv wl the I wllninre. hut wthn ttlw'v
wuld breamik the untl ( I i. wld n t l-al
He tr and nvotw ting tat he c( and l t11
lt" din efft. He- i rt I Ihre ght 14arfr red
but it w mnuld take a1 t I rg In. I Itr i.ght
ia set if the Ctic ra l;r mi,.. I tried every-
them a cording t hin if t ti, ni a i in kf-.
than a l week onmen if (t' hmlun. As, wre
nearly well. I continued ith 'ttura a Cuti-
ctira intieng wdip th untill I urLA t-tnd ,t
a-. anil now I am 'utur Pillnd and Wflr
Tihv die'ae' lasted three- -varp fre mnhe
time iat riimnel aned uaintil I w ta. u-d.
Bere ('hri trturinag, P -thlini. hrumokr ut
on the seven varl and ,ot 6r' infhandts.
in tn d form adultar, wr all I triple failsevry-
thing I t1(,il t1uink 4 f tfIet to noi n" feit
until happen ieos )e t 1 r thine Sk ('u1tura
and oane applic ati n tired harnm. Almo.
hI lt ling a III #II li.-h4t K t a lead l' rn
on her ankle. I have- e-en iming Cutai-
cura on that andory if Fatve h r mewar.
any trout|e'. 0. L. Wali<'n. Puryear.
Tenn.. Feb.. A.. pW0s.e
Warm Math wit v.Cuticurae m apt loen-
tie an>-intinge a-itlh ctutivura fintnitsi.t
and mild doeae otf huticura Pill." anflrd
imn the ldatight relif and stint tound a dy
cure of torturing. dhe fimius rinr humo
ranf the ki the nralb oanf Ireland should infants.
children n and adults when all e fails.ed
Cfatwuwrs .n p 15c, C id (I-mnw Telb Skis.. (Clrurs
OmIt. Instead of Haonsi der lin as an In ul-u
Mrult. he. though Itit a. ) very enrolat con-4d
pill#. .r mentpf neve r having ts e tees one ord
been honored wd ith one before. When Ciu.
e saw tm alld for thr hrs
Mairi uros, Cwaucsna i& emg sma i 0

A Story ef Fzther Moth"w.
Fr theer Mattnge fla. Commenting on-
ing and loIrish wrf erum says: l*g." and
n the light of third st te liet found or-n
dial l utatijhy of the frourane bannert
yand a r. tholernembly hean rtilnkon
two l n dents wa omehithrusade for ten-
perane. In t hade norib of Ireland befould
be read.
At lone. timen Ister. there were two
Orane faga raised when be visited
it. Instead of considering It as an in-
sult. he thought It a very great cotn-
ill ed fnt never bardy feeing fren one orend
,feen honored with one before. When
he aw tkneltm be called for three cheers
for te orange lag. Cong metigf yon
'his. an Irish writer says: I
"A Cat holic priest calling for a cor-
dial salutatloin of the Orange banner
and a hatal a o embly heartily" are-
pondin was omethi men. almost Incon-






In Ireland. Ili afraid It haayr ever o-
curtred ." nce.w
For the time IHl In there were good

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FUL.L LINe OF
NEW GOODS....


A0534TS you
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FOH CITY MARSHAL.
To the \ otl r. of the City of Gaines-
M ille:
Sarn a (:nlilate for City Marshal.
for re le(tiqon on April 1:1. I haie
*ri l tlhe pee pel, falthfull and "i-
cio nt!). nitht and day. and my record
Is open for inspwetion.
If my Frlreo during the pact t ar
ha. l-been asatisfactor) I a-k the s~nl-
port and ,ote of each ahil e'tery citl-
zen ho 1 i qualified. I (;ian onl!y
1'ron. e. t'll.e sanirn. rnI'. # a I lij'.e.
v: deaoaored to giie In the Ipat.
Youras for order,
h:\ T. AIlNOW.

I take' this n;.-t e of :1 f ;:, :,. t"
1i1hili c that I a:U I ; ( .:.'ii':.I. I ( ;
,.Mar.hal at thve ti 'oi to 1,- li.'.d t,:,
SApril 1.n,. lto:. I re l.p tfuly s4licit
the support of all uot'. er irrt-pertita(
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge.
the duties of the office should I b,
elected. Respectfully.,
CHASE 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, 1909.1 If elected I wi..
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re
spectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir-
respective of party afilatioa.
CAAS. M. DEiLL

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I re..sw-(tfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Asse.--or for
the, )'-ar I'1e,;. Ilailng -eii Tax As-
e.-msor for four )eeaur. I am fully pre-
piare-d to fill the office., as my record
sill show. the city asse-sment hav-
ang ls'en increased In that time from
:a little ov' r $6e. -.n i n to o0 er $1.oinM.o(M).
I was prevented from running for this
officee laht year onr account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
totes. W. M. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
.n the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain, Yours very truly.
B. R. COLSON.

Wormology.
Should be studied by every parent.
If your child is nervous, fretful, starts
in It's sleep. is pasty faced, has rings
under its eyes. always seems hungry.
is not gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermifuge is an absolute cure for
worms. Is It's own purgative. Sold
by W M. Johnson.

Consling.
Mrs. X.-l must apologit. Mr. T..
for falling to comw to your party
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Y -Oh, my
dear. don't spelwak of It! You were not
mit sd.- I'athfinder.



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THK DAILY SUN: OAINESIfIE, FIAtRTIDA. MARCH 3. 1909


Cedar KeY ew P.1e rs, day atJ iight.,
At Rutherford's estaurant.
11ard ateel jitee -teel. aeuael al-afi-,
ha cc *o 4c P4 -"o'I1 J N iteei '~'

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CITYAND

INswY rCONDENSED

m.Sm OF GENERAL INTEREST
go BYg SUN REPORTERS.

"as Happised and What li A-
Sl Mappem-Personal and
M il items of the City.

g Im s sl ticket at Rutherford's

W1. Kaight of Neblwrry was Ini
|*hl yesterday.
At' jb t are the pictures' this week
S g a metric Theatre.
L 3. Itory, deputy sheriff of Winit-
gr, a lai the city >e'terda).
uial attention paid to ladies'
W' t at Ratherford's Restaurant.
a g alght's list (of moving Ipicture-
S1 Ih Electric Theatre- were fine.
S 1 vwll be as good tonight.
i Nrw J. W. Teuch was awarded
m dMil- at the State Fair for the,
billvMilal display of cotton and
ofbt peck of chestnuts.
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Z th11 in model. An Ix-
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II HARDWARE CO.
Wlesale and Retail.l


Attend the free concert at th. band
stand this afternoon.
Moving pircture- arq not a theatrical
performancee. they educate.
.Miss IAna McCredit of M.1ianojly
liltfd friends in the' city Tu.-day.
G. A. Ileaeh. aftl r a si-lt to ha,. fanti
ily her:e. returned to Fhral CrV .* .
;erda3
Wha'it i. t.he hdirmn in att'ndi.ng ni%-
ing picture.' that educate. e'en If it
Is 1I.1et"
Sam ('lark.'. a pllanter of the Alach-
-a o-tiloni. ias trading in the city

Mrs. Sue Fea?.ter and Mrs. A. H.
Enlm'rson of Micanopy tero- among the
%isitors to the city ) estrday.
J. M. Malphurs of Alachua was in
the city )esterda. and called and r#.-
newed his subscription to The Sun.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2,c. Sold by W. M. Jolnson.
Capt. W. G Shehee of High Springs..
the produce man., was looking after
some business matters here )eterday.
J. U. Oste*e' of lponnie arrl ed in
the city yesterday. He came for the
pIurlpo.se. of proving up his honie-tead
entr).
W J. Matheus of Donnie was among
the welcome visitors to The Sun office
yesterday. renewing his subscription
for another year.
Walter Turner of River Styx. near
Micanopy. was in the city yesterday.
He is one of the successful young
truckers of that section. 4
Capt. E. Ludwig of Tioga was In
the city yesterday. lie departed in
the afternoon for points in the mouth-
ern part of the State on business.
Z. M. Sanders of Hawthorn was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. While here he made a pleasant
call at this office and renewed his sub-
scription.
Prof. W. E. Woltz left yesterday for
High Springs Hie was called there as
leader for the Woodmen's Band, an
organization recently perfected In
High Springs.
[Jr. J. D Watkins. cashier of the
Bank of Micanopy, was transacting
business in the city yesterday. He
states that busitne.s is very good in
his section at the lprebent time
Attend the free band concert this
afternoon at thel band stand The
bo. ys propose to keep this up all
through the suniner should it pro e
faliurablea ltih the ladles and children.
Fiieaielialls firm. fauli .l'd fai id
leiu. fe.;tstr., tfiKk for Itrowai Housel
let filla %. lill l fi n ting tlitoroiiU -
,il, f. .tthe I tv iih> f a-itl' fa or-
,ilel+ t,. tl'tH iiU ll e lthh .-l> f tl. rated


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im Mules, B ies and Wagons, Harneu c.

'- TlE BEST DIVERT TUMUTS M TME CITY
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e I)Iitt.'i 1 14111ck ha. t a cliancj.e.(of -
e'~ rtie'nce-tt ilIi ( h Ic lice 1- 11 ii ah
.t I to 'ecur .e .ad istalic to op. is il ac.
w: et %% it h t LeM.
The large-' crccvds of isAtizflvci lm'r
-mn- at!. tiding tljkc 'Electric The atire-
this vetek testify to the gooduess of
thit mjoving.. pictures.
Cbiekering. Knabe. Mathusbek,


Fisbcher and lver, &i Pond Plab0os and
Cro' n Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Piano.- for rent or exchange.
Foley s Honey and Tar cures coughs
qui( kly. strengthe-ns the lungs and ext-
pl'- cold.s. Get the genuine In a yel-
low Iackage. J. W. McCollum & Co.
M1i.- Helle Chitt. of Micanoipy via-
ited the city ye--terda and while here
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J.
Fletcbher H1ill. on Wes-t Liberty street.
.Mrs. C. C. Reddick. who has been
s finding the pias.t few weeks at Old
Tunii. returned to the city yesterday
and will %il.it the family of T. II. Ellis.
Sr
N W. Littlefield. formerly a citizen
of this (ity but aho 6 now traveling
for a cotton brokerage firm of Geor-
gia. sas* meeting his numerous friends
in the ct'.) % t-terday.
R. A McMahan of Dade City and
his brother. E. C. McMahan of Ocala
arrived in the city yesterday. having
twen summoned here to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Roux.
Mrs. M. E. Tinsley left yesterday
for Miami. where she will spend the
next few weeks In the hope that the
change will prove beneficial for her.
She has been feeling unwell for some
time.
Mrs. R. M. Coffee of Jacksonville Is
among the pleasant Jacksonville citi-
zens visiting In the city. She is the
guest of Miss Willie Adamson and
Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow during her mso
Journ here.
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. H. McCreary or Sun office.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Cures backache and Irregularl-
ties that if neglected might result In
Bright's disease or diabetes. J. W.
McCollum & Co.
Attention is directed to the large ad-
vertisement of the G. W. Hyde Com-
pany. They are making special prices
on Nainsook and Swisses for the next
four days. and it will be to your in-
terest to read what they have to say
to the public this morning.
Jai Cruxton of Micanopy. county
ure,.or. ash In th,'e cit)y v terda)
leI, states that he i now kept tvr>
l>U.U in ilflt'renl parti% of the (outit b
liMu il1ngi l:isilds fear parit--. aiind the
.act< %tl u hi h r i l estate lihas recetlit
Ii tak. ii ii in..ik<*' it ticre l 11 l thani
itc \\ T l i.ll 'l, a Ai hl. Im-. l

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,le work ill I,, ii.il> All ht" u. mub.rB
are uritd t, L< iIreuset


-TOU HAVE TO TOUR CREDIT I THI


The good-will. kindest regards. and best wish-
e6. (if E.chli )iileer and director of the Bank,
ain i yvoun Xill always fin.d a cordial welcome in
our :lnking ro ii..

Make our jlace l.eadq uarters-every conve-
ni'ence afforded to i ake our place pleasant
and ngreeal .l- to, tlaoe who call to see us.



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FOR SALE. CHEAP-A good, gentle
3-gallon cow. J. C. Evans.
FOR SALE--Good gentle horne and
nice rubber-tired buggy. Apply P. O.
Box No. 276.

FOR RENT.
COTTAGE for rent Apply Mrs. Whet.
stone.
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. Ap
ply 00 E. Liberty street.
FOR RENT-Rooms with all modern
conveMences. electric lights. hot anad
cold baths; with or without board.
Mrs. McGrew. 400 0I. Main street N.

FOR RENT- Five-room cottage eo
bleek next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office.

WANTIE-MALI MHLP.
MEN WANTED.--Call at 108 E. Ub
erty Street. We can Interest you
and make It to your advantage to
work for us.

WANTED-Young printer of ordinary
experience, who desires to better
learn trade, to act as galley boy. set
heads. distribute and set type oc-
caskmally, aad do general work as
assistant to foreman Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office.



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