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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 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01595
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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1 March 3.-- The
ON" -.. s have recently
*mbe r of e=Gm and not Ices
e at inhret to the public
WW l sed last week rv
9 mealves of tbhe seaboard
nm w, to esmtract passe"
S at m aimso sad saie..
I8 NG wNa an order has be
& lW grtai the coantrfutisa of
pofteager epot at lave Oak.
o-m f hearings to consider
r so thek Florida MK CoaSt

I L w mamer M deputy at Na-
i Vita inW teisall am asaget
ro t tm ease aet oett
LIMtog will be hdat the th
1at Wmh -"e the- railroad ,will
an opmetumlty to *show eae
AM lw4eseheaMU aet be mad"
havis abeg ues"


land State to New York. There is
so good reason why it should originate
Ia this seetloo excleslvely, other than
that the railroads get a chance to
haul It.
"A lmt~a e saving could be ef-
fected If this eement was manafactur
ad in the South, but If not In the
South. I Middle and Western States.
md them placed On boats and sent
down the Missouri and Ohio and
Missiassppi rivers to New Orleans. and
fro- there Aipped to the Panama ca-
sal ltelad of tur New York.
'"Immune order of strutural Iron
am being used In the bmllding of the
easal. Massilve cranes. heavy ma-
obehery and a arge assortment of
tos an used In great quantities. The
S Ith is the place where theme orders
should be ailed. If the South would
set its hare. as It deserves as a re-
mt of Its parts beiag so much nearer
e leasal. th6 entire South would bene-
t. The PtMlec CaSMt and far West
have a o S nd ftrom descrimination
In the Goveramet purchase of canal

"Preslet Taft should also use his
eanase to give Southern ports relief
Sewarta qumarantime regulations.
Mab are majest mad dlacrimlsatory
nd taIt to drive bulaosee to North-
e pleits."
et-sUt time has act yet elapsed
toi hear r ad parts of the Bouth
reitive to Mr. Taft's eabhtet. Many
mealpad the meung President
w-old how that he meant what he
s I about Iateading to be a friend
to the south by appotattag a typical
represetalUve of the neth to a cab-
eat posltUio. It Is as yet too early
to my whether the acredlting of
Ja-mb H. DiklnMso. late of Chicago.
to Tmaaesase. will he a aatistlctory-
h ISmUa of Mr. Taft's desire to have
a Is 1hise eainet who can ably
adise blm It matters pertalalag to

There has been a great deal of re-
piet espr-eed over Mr. Taft's failure
to retain Lake *. Wrtight Ito the postl
tid of Secretary of War, which port-
fl.e gOes to Mr. Mtepeoin. The gen-
eral Impression b Washl gton ls that
the d o h would have been appre
eative of Wright's retention It is
patlted oat that the new Secretary of
Commeree and labor. Charles Nagel
of MiMeourt, is a Southerner from one
standpoint. and will be conaldered the
Soath's representative along with Mr
DeklBMson.


ammissLin Has


GOOD


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VOTE OPL FLOOR PINE CO. GETS
IN PIANO CONTEST F RI


MISS ELLIS GAINED OVER 17.000


ON MISS DUPREE.


Miss Sanchn Climbe Higher, as Do-
Aloe Miss rCtele Seal-Others
Hold Their Own.

Following Is the vote in the piano
contest:
Miss likespe l)upree, city ..... 1.079.0.-)
Miss Dorian Ellis. city......1. 00.780
Mlirs Catherine Halle. cit) .... 9."I
Miss Florrle Strickland...... 442.63
liss M. Daughtrey. city ...... 110,0 .
Miss Mary McCormick. city. 72.."7,:
Miss Alma Fennell. city....... 5h.;o1
Miss Nannie Dickinson. city.. 58.533.
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city.... 5),89.,
MIFs Julia Carter. city...... 50.49:
Miss A. Groff, Newberry. .... 39.06o
Miss Jessie Evans. city ...... 30,20-1
Miss Estelle leal, city ....... 26.150
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo... 2'5.3:.o4
Miss Emma Hudson. city.... 24.205
Miss Annie Beville.......... 18.705:
Miss Elevena Staf. Waldo.... 12.915
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs.. 11.395
Miss Goldie Lambert. city .... 6..27;,
Miss Liaie Sheppard. Hell. .. 6.005
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590
Miss M. Fernandes. city..... 4.115
Misa Mary Thigpin, city ...... 3.850


Mrs. A. W. Sargent .........
Miss L Sanders, Hawthorn...
Miss Ruby Albright.........
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3.7;0
3.W60
3.100


of wrecks promptly to the Railroad
Commissioners.
Commissioner llitch and Special
Counsel L. C. Massey attended a
meeting of the Interstate Cogqanerce
Commalssion at JacksonvtWf on the,
24th ult. The Interstate Commerce
Commissioners had mader considera-
tion the question of rates on fruits and
vegetables to the Northern markets.
A conference will be had with the
officials of the Southern Express Com-
pany on March 9th to consider the
question of express rates.
Comalssioner Burr is at present itn
Pensacola on business connected with
the audit of the books of the l. N.
railroad
The rules of the Railroad Commit--
sloners have recently been amended
so that hereafter cars containing
different articles, but In the same
class. shall be transported at the car-
load rate between points in Florida.
It Is believed that the amendment of
thas rule will be of vast benefit to the
people of the State. especially to the
merchants in the cities and towns in
the Interior of the State. as it will
enable receivers of freight In those
places to secure the benefits of car-
load- rates where It has been Impow
,ible in the p st

PICTURES ON DISPLAY.


THE STATE CONVICTS


id $281 Per Capta Per Year for Four Years t

Jamry 1st, 1910.


TAI.LAI ASSEE. March 3.-At a
meeting of the Commissioners of the
State Institutions. held here yesterday
morning In the executive office the
contract for convicts was awarded to
the Florida Pine Company of Jack-
sonville at $.O1 Ier capita per year.
Seventeen bids were brought in.
The contract, as let. Was for the
hire of State convicts for a period of
four years. to begin January 1. 1910.
in accepting taie contract the Flor-
isa Pine Company mitust abide by the
follow Ing regulations:
The lc(,ve mu-t bear all expei se'.
inc(ident to the handling of the con-
vict from the da'. of his sentence by
the court in ahich he I tried; ala)
all exlwens,- i ixt. rel in maiint:liiitr. a
proper Staite irisoin a4 we II a, thM


must be approved by the
ers of State Institutions betfe -
khall be deemed or considered a
ftclent 'complliatnce with the inat
thereof.
Eacih iri. on'-r h Iall be t furnish
with a Mseparate iron cot bedstet
properly equipped for comfort,
shown in the schedule.
The les 'ee hall at all times eaftir
in the prison or crnim and spo t
work s u h rule. as may be preewgr
by the C'nnmmi :iloier of Agricakd
and appro e.d by the Hoard of Cma
mia4iloners of State Institutloms tI
the health. hiaumaine treatment ad
safe custody of the prisoners.
I,'seeps shall take all prisomg
sentenced by any court to the hut
prison,. without regard to axe. sat a'
physical ecr.ditioU


prisoner and in keep'; t; him or hlt I The State prison physlciaa. wt
safely ; o ill e' e-nu fior ieard', tl'e anipropal of the Commlsslonerw
medlenl aIte.-ilon, ne1.dicines. foodxl Agriculture. shall designate tlhoe wi
clothix.n. *'ou>rly e-eiuiiipeld lodghic. be confined in a hwopital subj)et ti
and e",i.'a other expease and ch:a;'., te endorsewnei.t of the board.
that should hbe incurred for the prol-r The allowance for escape will to
care.. iiist:)'.. and huni.se treatment within the discretion of the Iur atd
of the prirouier% during the term of Commissioners of State lmitlittud
the lhe-e. The personnel of the All payments under the ,eabt
guards. wardeins and captains and shall be made quarterly in adveas.


management to be subject to the ap-
proval of the coumnissi.oner of Agricul-
ture.
All rules and regulations concerning
the type of buildings for the prisoners.
the equipment, the care and manage-
ment of the prisoners to be subject
to any and all rules that may be pro-
mulgated by the Commissioner of Ag-
riculture with the approval of the
Hoard of Commissioners of State In-
.titutions
A central hospital or hospitals shall
be maintained at the expense of the
lesser In which shall be confined for
medical treatment all such prisoners
that may be sick or unable from any
cause to perform manual labor. The
hospital or hospitals to be conducted
and maintained as is more fully set
out In the schedule referred to. The
location of the hospital or hospitals


except for the first quarter of St
year 1910. which shall be payable in
half July 1. 1909. and the other bl
October 1. 1909. upon a basis of dt
whole number of prisoners inearce-
ated in the State prison on July 1.

The leasees shall enter into a head
With two or more good and satuidst
sureties in such sum as may be iF
quired by the Board of Commalssia
,rs of State ipntitutions. (said boed it
be made payable) for the faithful pe-
formance of the contract and shall 1e
a bond acceptable to the Board St
Commissioners of State Instltatif
and shall be approved by said board
Deductions will be allowed for a"A
prisoner while confined in the bhos10l
under the direction of the State pris
physician and Commissioner of AgU
culture with the approval of the boaw


Anniversary Celebrations



at Merose on the Lake


Mrl.ltOmS. March .1 -A lively
croad ,-itli'rttf i atl t~a a) it- o n I'll ur


Gainesviale National Sank Have S~trt- (ty


ed Another New Plan.
Cashier C A Fa'ircloth of the,
(aIIe.sI ill.- Nat.ionil Itink a ill tiect:re


Sh lltatae '-' of Oir.leig barnk,.irou tr u


mandanmus proceediOgt in the State r i. i i... t. hilol Cits
supreme court, through their counsel. It.ik \ V a, .... ,,, %, I0 -'
la C Mase>. et-eking to compel the ItaiIk.. ii \\ -t 11 i. .: l Ii :t
rlorida East Cuast rallway to comply itn a ai i s a "
alth the Commuil ilonern' order- re N 141ON" '1M i i ,% t% Ih* ,,
quirins that railway to make cotneeo I-tait civa-tir 4; I 1,r' var% atii ai
tISM with the Atlantic Coast Ui.e rail- a Ir fI. h .i-h 1< I 4 I.i'Kt'-t *f
road at Oranxe Junction The su the ll 6alh. 4-.tni
preme court has made the case re I he 'etih-.ta0iik of 1:.ritI tll Ihank
tarnable for March 9th of l'.IgKl~ail ItAilk of S41jin IIald the I'
Mandamus prwoeediluls have ials)o Tr..a-ury hulhliets gare. uu.ni tih
bee1 Instituted agaaint the Atlantic' ,,Ill', '1-
a Salt Andrews liay Railway ('o to "'T1 aret ht. d-oido-e phl.toe -,rat
cumpel that conipany to obe) the ('uIa ure n'-ail. fruilrt d amid add IuU I tato
umisuak's orders prescribing rates on lhie ;atirat(il.ue'. of thte bank
lumber, wood and cross ttie.
Mandamus prucidlugs hashe slso I>uring Ith, tie-' mti of the i'laril.t
beei thstituted against the lAouiSIille Prirbe Alss lAtitil In ltt AiiKu-gttini the
& Naashvile Ralirud C('uOuIany to latter part of this mouth a sbp-1cial edi
cumpel the L N railroad to coun (tion of The St Augustine Record is
ply with the rult of the Cummlsaiu to twe sued which Is t ow edited by
rw#MrWim raLreade to report all cases &uUtrs ut the aLss aiSatu


tit M r' I A W I14 1,t 111*(1aa XSr I I w :
Ilatul' tI, ta.ith talitig oti-'F4at iarw %'-,%
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-t ,* i.&f I t 't Ilr- I I ,ila Ii
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wx m1a~-,-aialdIiaiiti, r taim' abheni


'night b)- He-v It R NMuvle-)' OD Mall-
d~i) the- happ.% coupal e-' re ..nt'rtass~d
-it illaiti' r to r mid NIr' W Ii U .
fit Ii. ?ale- .o i tO14 .Ig, 1, 1-,'ritat, Aith arail
,l 'I- -a IIIiila o.~ f 111, ali 1 a1, All
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rin-t ao r d 1 clioef 1' A Hlt ,were re. The o- i.nillIII .ti ''I ,' II'
ed aind imuch adippre- i.Latod ta- th.e 4it'. ttnt r. I.t.n r ni lt t' l' 1~.Ith
hui igrv crowd Mr C('1t- ,%a Ih, re of Kr o I i r. lia Ih : i lh- Pt
Slpliient oi f ILUeI) |IqlalI ir. tobrial and lprii-rlt ita ah i ti ,is *d t se
floral durlis the dinner linon soon. hai reported adw** rel
tRos H Nortue and Missl luAnie They gave as their re-an that sa
Stokess stole a march oln thrir friends city would loste o. r I1 ""' k(.ar
b) bL .gU quietly iarriod ou Suuda> L. tavs aud IkvUZvL A


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GAINE8VILL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MARC'HI 4, 1909


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SB~UY3IR HAS PROVIDED A MOST LAVISH IAND) THIS SEAs(
YOU THE BEST V'.ALE- EVER .SH
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of Edges and Insertionis,
aIooriethe yard....


fominer vailu4lC


o. -CMU" of Edges and Inmertions in Cambric and
m e prO leO 12 1-2 to 1S cents. Sale price 7
4w. ...........O**** ** .... ... .
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Sofs Csunbrie, Swis and Nainsooks in firm Ir
m, alo new colored embroideries. Former price I C
t ale p rws the yard........*............


SM d. .Lim of d wis and Nainsook 8ets, Edges, Insertions
S' take advantage of this sale.


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1) j~et tile V311,4. .. .. .. .. .. . .


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5-('onsists of Swisse-Is, Nainsooks and the extra
et Cover widtlhs. Former price 25 to 3:5 cent.. Sale
the yard ......................................

6-Consists of All-Over8 and Flouncingp, and betterA
ti's, of Swisses and Nainsook with bands to match.
oer price 25 to 50 cents, sale price the yard.........
-now
to match. These will, too. I e specially priceI. lIon't fail to
ng and Summer needs now.



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Seed from US.



MESVILLE


NMARECO.


Seatval given near Orange Heights be-
tose the women asked him to i>a)
her what he was due for food he had
-ales. Whem teo womma's husband
wept to Douglass sad asked him why
he had shot his wife. he remarked
that be would kill him. which he did
by shanost a .ma the spot. the vi(-
Um dylag simtli afterward.
After shooting the asa he made
good hs escape. A tree bhill was found
alatt him at the last term of court.
but It was only recently that be was
The wead of the woman was only
a ash hem., ad abe soon recovered.
The mgro Is said to be a very-desper-
ate ia sad is l known to travel from
camp to uamp. always creating trou-
ble sad beiag compelled to leave.
BAND CONCERT ENJOYED.
Large Number o Lades and Childre
Attend Ossaleo.
amsmbled araoud the court house
square Wednesday afternoon for the
purpose of liatenaing to the concert of
tae Gaileayvlt Baed.
The program r-eadeed was an ex-
eslien t-e and showed a marked Im-
provme-at over the last appearance
.of the head hos. It is the Intention
of the or alsatmo to give these con-
erta all daring the summer at about
the sa hoar. and Judglng from the
large crowd present yesterday they
wll always be greeted with large and
appreciative audiences.

JUDOE MASON SUSY.
All of Wednesday Was Occupied With
Civil Business.
County Judge Mason was busy all
of Wednesday hearing two civil cases..
The ca. e of Wmu ()-ioruie v tihe A.
C L railway for the lo, of household
gouds. In transit. .a. trit.d I) Jury
and a twerdict of $4St, 6' rindcred for
the plaintiff
J P Stewart vs. A ( I. railway.
seal g rlachilie loat lei trai it ll
thile ft.e tle JSlde' hal usIt e* i i"li
idleratiou ti,.e .t ideitce aunl %iIll
render hi,. dect lit w ithin th, ih i \i
few. dia -
Cleaning Out Gutters.
Street (' tui lnl* tlleoi'r 1kll .&- lui
all of >)unte rda) chtlnilnK lthe,' ultt r.
of the sand anld tothir tllitho n'.--


which hats coUsgleKK td there fir .in.'
line Tlihe amount of tuff i reuimiol ,.
*a^ muilueihian liulial' t i d it giA t '
a much ite.it'"e iild cle.alir .tip- 4r.miat i
to the streets I il h ti)rk d m f .ioa
lxg the crosiltiob lie 0uld 1t-' lti> :i Ii
itndu!led Inl at i iore fre r .iue' i. *i li i
Ilarah ph) ,al, ri at laken Ihl
bowris, Cau' t riiit < i'llt i
MLaD's Raul ,t o | i.ratte .a-|1) tel1. i
the stuoach. r (arw toUlpetit)1 ;.
Ask your druggi.t for theiin
Read the wast ada. Ia today's usa.


i New Nozzles*rrive.

AMUSEMENTS '.. .,, ...,... ,.r,. an
1h* H ,a:i *- \iI. liiidr Hii T* ?
once, I-l:t. d i1 1 iellluiiii t1n (in Ihe
Minstrels Tonight. wagon Th.liw. li %te a niiw t al.liani(
The "Dandy Dixie Minstrels" will which makes them easy to shut off
appear at the Baird Theatre tonight while the pressure is at its height.
in a long and diverlsfled program of thus enabling them to better get
song and fun. This promises to be aroiind in haidliiig. Tei\ il.alto thri


one of the most pleasing tonipaaniiS of
colored e;.tertainers y3t t eli here
and the large advance .ale indicates a
big house. There are thirty unbhleach
ed Afro-American ainustr.l iuen of ,u
perior talent In this aggregation. 1111il
ly Kersands. Campbell & Meaux
Prince Tabor. Montrose Douglass. and
the Dixie Rangers' Quarettte are a
few of the big featured performers.
and unequaled in their lines. The
band and orchestra, led by Montgom-
ery. the black Creatore. is unrivaled
and the stage show is noted for its
excellent singing,. dancing and ollo
numbers. "The Possumville Spiell-
ers." the funny afterpiece, is said to
be a very appropriate fun climax to
the show
Prices 35. 50 and 75 cents. Re-
served seats on sale at the theatre
box office.

Madame Calve.
Manager Kalbfaeld of tbe New alird
Theatre has received information that
Madame Calve, one of the world's
greatest singers, desires to visit
Gainesville during the week of March
13th if the Iaropwr inducements In the
manner of a guarantee as to recelptw
can be gi'en.
Madame Calve i. now in Cuba. but
will be in Florida within the next
few days., having a date at Minalmi
It would be. a Kreat ad'lerti.,eme.n-i
for the city to have this world famiioups
pri iiia doniana init (;:ainiie- 'il'-. 1.- w llI
ia affeird our ieoplEfi an oplotirltuitl
oitf i'he tii hii r anii the al iU ie i l i'.
id th- (it. and 1 ;i i1it1 1 h) id| K* t
fltiei t h' i .r t l f e if the'o li- h r t)
ri iniI M r K .. nt' i. t w 'l, I zI il t .a1:
.!! N r iii t l-it ld.- r.-A .r ,l rulin. tI,..'
.nfe. ii t rI j i 4 ri c i i n. 1 i li I
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The w aut adr.. do wort, real vL*,ta~t
busint-sa than all other brokers cowu
bll. d un lA t, they "sLart" moet of
'thi bu.iIIC.. thAt ide btiAtrr anid

If TN AME A TDFLIE SENSITIVE
f 4" i 4 o- .ei. 11 hatU. 13 .iVrI.ar!'~.0 .ri. cat,
-W Ott (Ir Jj.. L~e Iiad fW i&.Ajj'-u
1..rtim Pa t 11#II..isb., rae t ..,lre
1169 lu NCO %b-1* m.WWFb ruie.,tiE'iecOr h,
Fu"e we 6P c~ b~a 'ae iA4 .#rL
a twrie meMSVE. Adidirea. Ails
0 (lsiated m- Yg V.Lkaaacg ta


a .-mnall o'ay the fireniwtnn aid ke. I
t,l ti i l d(tring the I '-it of :t fir.-
MIN ARE POWERLESS
V. Aiso Agallm D1aOsesVals e V Yhev
skeweb a the Wademslams nasn,
To trat Dandrff. and Faling Hair.
with Irritanat or oils on which a para-
sitic germ will prosper. Is like seooplng
water from the ocean to prevent the tide
tro rising.
Tou cannot a compllsh a satlsfaotnry
cure without having a right understand-
tar of the fundamental muses of the
trouble.
Tou must kill the Dandruff Germ.
Newbro' Herplcide does this becau It
I@ specially made to do that very thing.
When the swrm to removed, the hair
has no cholke but to resume healthy
growth sad beauty.
'"Doetroy the cause. you remove the
effect."
loil by leading drugists. Send te. In
stamps for samptse to The Herpiclde Co.
Detroit. Mich
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ROIDERY SALE
IN. WIT 'I THI' : lIESt'I T \\'I : Al:E PHE]I'\1IE T 'E l)FFER
OWN IN GAIN.SVILI.IE.

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TIHE DA ILY SlIN: cAiNE~\ I. FI4nHht'A, MARC! I. 1909


wow,-

L W ON Two PEOPLE
r as lOUS EFFECTS.

MW 1 Larest Session of
Vdl i y fore Weeks.
tip i Treasury.


oerem of the city was
w n W esday morning by
rta Hill, a general
mm- two families being the
49 -d mble.
0I was the star performer.
Sa agly knife with murder-
l00 spi several of her vie-
B I &e 9 was finally felled
S tg to in the hands of

8~s9e at the case had not
Sy far before Mayor Davis
Shbet would not attempt to
d Ihe turned her over to
MiOMs, it being out of his power
O* peoishment in such cases.
ii disposed of were as fol-
SpH BlMoeker, charged with
S deeit plead guilty, and
Iaa the evidence the mayor
d& bhe was partially Justified
elibem Mt of slapping his wife.
he the as light as he could
i wts- He notified the prison-
M us e sA his great big step-son
to obtain work he would
Usl p for vagrancy. The fight
a eaesome of the son refusing

ue MHilton. charged with fight
Mse Mt ofl with $.'. and costs. a-
SpWOvm that had he not in-
b e White would have cut
OWi to death.
S y Stevens, also charged with
was discharged. the evidence
lft isaicient for the Judge to ini

^ ea of Susie White. which was
to Judge Mason's court.
'.. I~lb hard by him this morning.
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WALDO NOTES.

WALDO. March 3.-Nathan 1P. Cau-
O- v lajured by the breaking of
S mp em the trolly wire used in
d$f1 cypress logs. being struck
SSe rebound of the line, and in
am Mamee is under treatment in a
Ii9al la Jacksonville. The last
MM said he was Improving. Much
itMt is felt by his many friends in
b Mbmhrtume.
L A. White has purchased the house
O' f I lbmerwly the home of Mrs.
1mfs, Near the Methodist church, am!
b sMayta it.
Te wife of David Jones. a well-to-
6b i09Wd woman, died of dropsy on
0y. Her funeral was largely at

ALbr ling illness from the grip Rev.
a L Branning was able to fill his
* i-r appointment Sunday morning.
Sd the pIator pr,.ched at biiiht .;t
11 Methodist ciur(th
u's. John Rollins has i-,w.n quitt- ill
If see Un.e, and hoer fri-lids arv
1em Oa account of her condition.
MJ. John P. Entenza hai returned
6m a visit to the fair and to rela-
t llaTs ani|a
iL iBtek is out again after an ill-
Is of We tral da)?.
P1Vy Packhamii has pure hias.-d the-
V. V Pas-hall. Sr r.-hidevn.i and
I0ed in on th,. I.i i. 1 t
Pirot. Bryant alnd l ife ha\r nio'ed
I the cottage near ilugh illiais,
the Iouih sid..
Jack Beasley i1- sith re-lati l here.
-a the South to re-.up.eralt fr)imn Ai
So Mrs W V Pa.-lhiall and son.s ha'-
d toi l.ukt.. |her. Ir l'., ;.hi ll
Is is bu lit.1 -I ,. I'.i. I hall fttiilm,
We the oldh.,.t re-I,. 1. tos ,,if ih, ti ii
I PA'at all i ,. d h |, 1 u4,,i, N4,,1rt
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By Lydia E. Pinkham'n
Vegetable Compound
Hanr town. Ky. ** I suffered frowm
,'Peritto.: i vand theirr femah t roti! i,' :
a lo41 time. Ioc.'-
torsad :. failed to
help me. Lydia E.
l Piukhamu's Vegeta.
ble C(nmouisti % ...,
reomnwientMl, 1141
i* I decided ta try it
SIt cur-ed mytroibhl-.
f.h and madef e uA r
and strong. so that
I can do all myown
work." Mrs. Jos.
Jr KPH HALL, Bards-
town, Ky.
Anther Woman Cire.
Christiana Tenn.-" I suffered from
nhe worst form of female trouble so
that at times I thought I could not
live, and my nerves were in a dreadful
condition. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege-
table Compound cured me, and made
me feel like a different woman. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
worth its weight in gold to suffering
women "-MRs. MARY WooD.R.F.i). S.
If you belong to that countless army
of women who suffer from some form
of female ills, don't hesitate to try
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound. made from roots and herbs.
For thirty years this famous remedy
has been the standard for all forms of
female ills, and has cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
such ailments as displacements, fibroid
tumors, ulceration. indammation, ir-
regularities, backache, and nervous
prostration.
If you, want xspeal advice write
forittoMr. PIlnkhiamLyL MaLM.
It is free and aJways helpful.


ing Monday night with every officer
eif the loen. tenl iin all. present. The
pa. nment of taxes due wias urged upoun
*iur citizo li-,

MRSL TAYLOR'S RECEPTION.

In Honor of Mra. B. K. Thrower
Tuesday Afternoon.
One of the most lovely reception&
of the c.aron was glen by Mr.-. W.
It. Taylor at her beauiiful bho..; ou
West Liberty street Tuesday evening;
froan 4 to 6 o'clock in honor of M..
it. K. Thrower. one of this season '
brides, being one of Orlando's most
charming young women and a recent
addition to the elite society of Gaines-
Sllle.
The guests were received in the
front parlor and introduced by Mrs. J.
D. Stringfellow, assisted by Mesdames
W. C. Johnson and J. M. Dell. Miss
Kl'zatlwth Taylor being at the front
Irxor A large crowd of admiring
friends asemnbhled to pay their re-
sIw<-ts to guetst of honor.
From the handsomely decorated
parlor the guests were ushered to the
dining ri)in,i where, imthi siht and
taste ,ere nmost delight fil3 satip-fl'd
Mrs. I. C Lynch Ipre-ided In this
room, a)silted by %Mie.s Mae lialle
*nd .1iarguerit., Si riingfellou The
decorations for the dining room con-
histe.d of painsles most beautifully atr
range-d I klicious I e crearn. cake
A, '1.itn Itns delighted Othe' palates of
.ill 'rese-t.t
Mr- Jo.lhin 'Che.lint i.-iird t Mrrs
'Sain Ik'l. s-.er.ed coffee and sand
wi.Ute iIIn he- to r imia%1 hait ht de.'ora-
ti ons consi-ted of lovely .nas-turtium
Thle punloo liol masI lo 'ated in onet
corner of Ihe large' reo-opition hall and
pre,,id-ed 0)e.r by .NiI-eS. .hJeshih lkdi
f l. Ite-.le K IIKn aild 1 .ucile COll
clullllogh (hi <. or .tlio '- (4iisl. illlg of
* il" i plac'd|i lt< Ino Il 3 lia efe T'lirouighiout thi. ntair building t he
. fft' I -1 liailla r. i. 1 a ;iidlt-I t LiloiK
1. i fair lh lighti- l I. l u ,.- t- ingi
tl.ii kend 1 ito i Ior i lr it the ell ii
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FIFTEEN HIIUNDRED

ACRES IN VEGETABLES

%ILLISTON GROWERS ARE GOING
IT HEAVY THIS SEASON.

Larger Part of the Ground Has Been
Planted to Cucumbers for
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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

A healthy man is a king In his own
right: an unhealthy man is an unhap-
py slave. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds up sound health-keeps you
well.
.111ss Leah Shawl. who has been
.lIending the past few days here as
the guest of her sister. Mrs. W. T.
Gill. returned to her home at Alachua
yesterday.
Geo. II. Billivan of Palatka is among
the visitors to the city. He is ex-
tensively Interested in one of the large
cyprei' companies of that city and
came over on an important business
trip. He was accompanied by W. H.
Van Wag# ner of Rome. N. Y.. who is
visiting in the Gem City for the
winter.

BIDS WANTED.

The Board of County Commissioners
will receive, at their meeting In April.
bids for a system of sewerage to be
constructed in the county Jail, parties
bidding to submit suitable plans and
specifications and price of same.
The Board reserves the right to re-
fuse any or all bids, and to accept
such bid and such plans and specifica-
tions as they may think betwat. All to
bM' connected with the city sewer.
Done by order of lIiard this 3rd
day of March. l',I9.
J. G. DAMPIER. Chairman
Attest: 8 I VWIIENGES. Clerk.

Gone to Rest.
HAWTHORN. March 3--Madaline.
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. New
ton Cole man. departed this life at
Mlicanoly). Fla. Feb 16. aged four
months and nine days. She was thi
fir.t born of thib happy young couple
and it Is but natural that their grief
shouldd Ibe gr.-at She was a beautiful
and iiiteretMilig child and a pet of
,-everyoi who knew her She ne.vr
see-ln hi haipier than when A- li.ng
lwhe,-led uuer th, sitreetl.s In her little
(arriage- Kind frind-, faith the tle-1
of naedical skill. ailinitii ered to her
-ter'" nliee.d blit oulir Sa iior ialid
Stlffrir little- ih Ildil.i to) i'colloe UIlllio
11ie ilidia teerbli l i tl Iil it1 fur if .-i'u h
I lth k ii 'le iii o t" .t *t '., I-
lit r Iitllh i1, Sv %. i- lh iil iti re,.,t ili
h. i .>i tl ,i1i (' li1n ,.rt r It li the pre.-
SI **- i i t k .' i nt I elit i ifri' all l- %\' ip
ini, dil. a ir, inl- lit l.- %li. illie i-
i,, ,1' ,Al l I iii' ,if'- Il i tth ari -. o!
I h. iu i n iie .Inh l w.sti lciaca iir I l ..
11 : 11 : 1 I

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAX.TI V IIIO)M Qiin.:
Tal'. t- l r gi el.-ti. reftilld n ,* i.
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The Williston section s-rnms to be
"it" when it (onlis to putting in
spring ego-table's for earl) shipping.
Judging from the large acreage- that
has tben planted there.
It is estimated that some l..doo acres
hale been planted. earning from
Archer south to Montbrook. and the
greater part of this acreage is all
planted to cut-unibers.
T. L. Hodgson. one of the largest
truckers of the Willbiton section, says
tnat about 7T acres have been planted
around Williston, 00 acres being in
eukes rlone. while the remainder will
be in beans and melons.
It will be seen from the above that
the farmers of that particular section
hPve planted extremely heavy, and if
the other sections have planted in thi
same proportion it will be another
nard section on the growers generally.
the produce selling for scarcely
enough to pay the transportation
charges.





THE DAILY SUN: SAINIRTIVT. FLORIDA, MARCH 4, 1909


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WM & Tt UMH" OSU agj

itt
Te poTe s mu statistics of the
t Mis New Tork ospittalts shw that
amm oases of comsapties are due
to m aheked dysopepsa. especially
whb the victim was predisposed to
toereethMs.
Diyep.ta wears out the body aad
brani. the weakened, Irritable atom-
I i ablMe to dagmt food, the body
dos ot reeelve the required sris-
1MetNA. ostlpation enses and the vie-
md tim becomes this. weak and haggard.
As a result, the body becomes a or-
tie ** for the germs of disease to
r mI wig. and iourtsh.
. Therefore, the person who permits
dyspepsi to prrees usmhindered is
g ifty eo contributlag toward the de-
a vdamemt of me of the most Isid-
iMsM ad fatal dseaes known to man-
ke&
m is Dypepia is curabe It property
* tratea. J. W. MeCeOUm & Co., sll
a remedy wh they positively ar-
ates mii Mm indsgsWonM or dyipe-
am& s or tey win pay for all the 41-
l ele med during the trial. Ths reme-
dy I an ahotely Mew medical dlo
very sand has bee named Rexall
|ed DyMepela- Tahlet. Certainly so offer
yem M be more fair, sad the offer of J.
W. OMe@am & Co. Is proof positive
dtht n naDyspepela Tablets are a
.dpMeaiA an tnallible remdy. In-
I aa ameb a the med e wal cost you
Saethid g If It does mset bemedt you we
arm you who are suffering with lndi-
geSUM or dysmpepe to try this reme-
fty dy. A tweoty-4ve eat box of Rezall
SNWa Dyspepels Tatb eottains enough
i or mietdeine for Iftoes days' treatment.
Remember Rezald Dyspepes Tablets
are ealy saoM la Galtesvte by J. W.
S NLA & Co. eorner East Main
edUmid street.

rower of flortda a committee of
*vey wn ams e o to California for
the perpeoe of lapetlag conditions
w therm ------
I y Deat has removed 0. L. Coffee
ftm the reae of the law. He 'dled
I St. Lao's Hoepital In Jacksonville.
t. He was wanted for the killing of a
in egro woman ton Riverslde about two
taw monts ag W.
aterprislag residents of St. Peters-
bwrg are planning to raise sufficient
ON- eap al or the erectim of a large
5ma tourist hotel tn that city to cost not
m less than $100,00. The plans are be-
1ta prepared.

i Wormley.
Shbold be adled by every parent.
if you child is nervous, fretful, starts
in It's sloep, is pasty faed, has rings
nder its eyes, always seems hungry.
is Mot gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermiffue is an absolute cure for
worms. Is it's own purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.
A Putties Tip F.em St. Andron..
A man oa his Alst visit to St AA-
drews was muchb Impressed by tmhe
high standard of ealeacy which he
iw displayed on the greens by those
with whom be played. Uie studied the
aettim of them heroes to see if be
couMld discover any common teature tn
tbeir mtbhod. At last be saw light
Be ebserved that they all bold the 1
hand more under the club when put-
ting than they did when driving.
Irom this he deduced s rule of con.
duct-"'. the lnger aills of the left
hand when addremued to the ball." For
the re st iof a stay. and it may be for
sene time afterward. bhis own putting
Improved counskiderably.- London Poet.


CASTOR IA
ft inhaftsamd ChiM
1hWKWYulaum AhphIs& I
Dears the
B~paturo) of C 4'7 4

Forgets to Miail Thorn


dear, I dtoa lliE I -uan t.'i, li. ti411a

For HEADACHE-Hacks$ CAPUDINL
Whethvrrfrom toliid h.itb.t ioiG .lId
or Lht~rvuu* troubw. ..Calou.1i,&. %0'
iUtli% )UU t s 1l.& 113t eI i~iiTr lt k'
X, i: sd liftat all drug ic tovs

1: )u ha~e fuuiutlanYthing UI
if Isa dvitertksd I the: W&L~t r-AujuUn


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CURM CATARRH ASTHMA,
Br-aiO Cr Coumsm ad Ckk or
m t Sd ad ~aamed by
J. W. McCOLLUM A CO.
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A H.gimentsl Customn
A peculir custom ottnins In the
Twelth ltsars-tbe playing of the
Vesper hyma. the Ppnuleh chant and
the Rumisa national hymn every
ntght of the year after the last post"
has wounded. It Is Maid that the play-
Ing of the Vesprr hymn originated to
one of tlhe fr.ers' wwire plre-cnting
the rgimenwt with a new Wst vf Instru-
ments on rwcndition that the hymn
was played every night after the "last
prat." The playtag of the tpealab
chant is declared to be a penance for
backing of a convent during the pealsn-
eslar war. No ason toIs anmsged for
the playtinag of the Rmsian national
anthem.-Load o Tit-Bits.
asset Suloides
Is sot nearly the menace to increase
nla population that deaths among tin-
nasts are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or Indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McOo's Baby
Wltr eures diarrhose, dymentary.
sour stomach and all infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 25e and 50c per
bottle. old by W. M. Johnrrn.
Two straighmt Stms,
In viewing Minhattan from a point
of vantage on the Metropolitan tower.
nearly 700 feet from the sidewalk, one
s chibefy Impremed by the rigid llnes
whlhb Park and Madison avenues cut
through bhe length of the Island. A
tapellne drawn through a mialnature
miodel city could not be straighter. A
twelve Inch rtie discharged at Twenty-
third street would send Its bullet
straight into Harlem witiwnt touching
a building on either sdk.-New York

A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
It's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
seeldent, Ballard's Boow Liniment will
redeice the swelling smd relieve tr.e
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism, cuts, burns. bruises.
scalds-any and all aches and pains.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
iled Him.
He-Tes, the raawal. bled me. S e-
Bled! I'm surprised to bear you using
slang. He--Who says It's slang! They
took away my circulating medium.
didn't they?-Boston Transcript.
He that watts to do a rent deal at
*e* will never do any.-Johnsoa.




Abolish the Cause, and Misery and Dis-
tras *of Indigeston Will Vanish.
Can Indigestion be cured? Hun-
dreds of thousands of people who suf-
fer from belching of gas; biliousness.
sour stomach, fullness, nausea, abort
nes' of breath, bad taste In mouth.
foul breath, nervousness and other
distrma symptoms, are asking
themselves that question dally.
And If these same doubting dyspep-
ties could only read the thousands of
sincere letters from people who once
suffered as badly as they do now. but
who have been quickly and p).-rmtanent
ly cured by the use of Mio-na. the
mighty dyiNplp'ia remedy that cure
by removing the c.au,, they would go
to J. W. McCollum & Co thix wery
day and get a large box of Mil-o-na
tablets, and start thimu'elve .s o1 the
right road to health at o'ce
The price of Mli-oIna tablhts iH only
50 cents, and J W. MeCollum & t'o
guarantee them to cure indig,.-tion or
m naiey back
Thin or leaga or sr, inl'y it-oilh will
find in Mio-na a maker (of fl,.h atnl
bl'Had, btcauhae it ra;u--i the tona:t'h
to extract mor ntstritit thl food. which quickly unriches the
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The L iq Distamm Syst


One of the meet valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the pubice generally, is our eonneo-
tion with the extonelve long distance
Jlins of the Amerlean Telepheoe and
Telegraph Company and the ether ase-
soelated Bell Telephone companlea.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines In the seven States In
which we operate and in addition can
sonnet any telephone In our systeam
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Sell Telephone system is

Thnoo lone distance lines are of the
meat modern and mprovedM constru.e-
S-M *h1 "-- *?- h blib


eat am aare mOIainta USda
oboofek e. The el


*peratlng In varise to iN fi
sentry, are unlf m a Mi l
meet and in their mathe&i d
2ting.
Only by reason of thi es am
arrangement between the a
phone companies is It pee"tlbais
a Bell Telephone almet i
ask for "Long Distane" and bI -m
communication with aslmet aq,4
in the country.
This vast network of wik,
ing throughout the natiso, is A
daily in commerce and far ase
poses by the banker, the fatamg
citizens In all walks of Ies dad
l tu*w hmw V iW PUUwur


a g pan ere s an mpertant Mak
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Bush & Safford The Gainsvill S

PIANO CONTEST


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G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers and Jobesr lha

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE --- GAINEVILLL fLOtDA.
'ighoes market price paid for Chickens, Egga and oth* Pr'5du


A Complete stock of Hay. Cor.& Oats,. iour, Bran. kal.
Seed Meal and Ryo. We handle only the Very *et OO
at Lowest Price. and guarantee s atlseacta. Sl&


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Groceries and Grain
Tl' T ill: TIl .\IIt: ( I-.1
No Order Too LarS.
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SM SATU S.ESCii
Se. e *eFORWEUMAR
The conditions and cause which produce Rhmeunatilnt all
healthful vegetable remedy as the surtit and Ms.it cure. 1he
brought about by the accumulation of uric acid. an irrtatint, .pai.
property i the blood. This causes a weakening and souring oflt
tion which then becomes unfit for nourishing the body. while the
of uric acid in the serves, musles, joints and bones produce the
agonv of Rheumatism. To treat the trouble with medicines cogtz I
ash or other strong minerals, is simply adding another poison to the
weak, diseased blood, asppin it of its remaining vitality,
the end making a physical wreck of the suferer. The one siJ .
for Rheumatism i & & 8. It is mature's remedy for this 41 _.
entirely from healthful vegetable irdients extracted from the r
and bark- of the Sorest and Aelds. .& g goes down into the bl"d
removes every trace of the cause of Rheumatism, cleanses ad
circulatio, and restore health and comfort to those who aren ,uU
this painful disease. There is but owe way to be sure you aren.ft
mr a tn with mineral medicines, and that is to take & &
.ad as- y mneical advice free.
2TM SWIIT 8P*CIIC CO., ATLAST. Al


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ASS ^ gun

ma* mater.

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tdB Vat ted "SIM. P~


l ssurMll easre seelott as



aigp'dmsw -- -e kmte Uo ea

I eberM M -, d wM.h ad
pi.smumO sitI Siesgo W
o that ixty mMd lions
l Mrei am ppeal" for aU


lr to pammerl Austraa han













wfN tNr& out only $8f000i
of work 9a 1i new job.-
gRoom t l amime in-
TM DAILY SUN.


I*M hIis title; but thbe
m tot ixty million s i,


Share full frantic appeal for a
SAti pummel Austria would


eM hh trilyme for llowthat
inM wit am out only $8.000
Is hbis new Job.

SiMmah moment will makrive in
@ig% w"n they try to put the
mundor on the LaFol-


pe U dellared war of fight.ar
Sto not caExpre ful. It would
Mem h Mig time for the cons

MWAhubMItb who will make his
e week as an opera tenor
a V k shuMld be able to make a
a mnul chorus.

e" sal eems to lack athe
OW and directness of Presi-
l message. The t toort-
r d Uoes word" has been laid


Me declared war on Harrl-
3, O s anyot careful it will
10 MIom boring as an incon-
way station between Seattle


Sw cracknd has a been dis l covered
10 eM Il berty Bell," bays The
l llF ether. Still, the old Con-
reanse homan of th rack caad
r1 hI est colal,,,t tor

l be givs not believe that Con-




SWI do anything tou the tariffv
oE. and that's a gh d d.tral flr




# ka hudations of the na\\ wer,.
Jh* Paul Jot.-' gau..ied hlh brill
]'l hIwyI with the lIk)nhomm Rich
UVI the Serapli So great has
'I Progr0ess I th" size and con
* 1 of warhil,. 'l(t'c. that famn


SSUSterthat Iheluit'1111 eifo In
to*AM *06ld 6betUi no more* than a
i ~mm( aooide or Admiral Slo'r-
-? o ml"P And it is nio exagmera
br M*y that all 4)oe tif thelbut.
QM8that hik" Jult finirthed ito4
alf SS W l""' fought and be'ate'aa

O5 01 Gorge 1i
3 w that hed 4Ill cod I it -i,Ii.at l'ruwea
*v hA'4- it tit) r. imeert of

lo Ih O RII ) I [lat 1a 1'.i1*1i tl o i

~iir ~ ?~F1,0111. lIII at-ticulli

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LET US BE THANKFUL.

Te ,eventful admninl-tration e"' IPro-e-
Id, nt Itcws'velt end", today Te \',
a .' of the' pI -t four ~,*ar- h,,- .
a rough and Miorni) one -the country
S 'T i in the' pos-ition of the -(rw ,' f'
trom h.trk h iffet'!i here antd there'
b% the hbillow, and not ki:'win:i wha t
n1 .1qe nt the'y ma)y t' cast upo.i Ow.'
r. .. and their tehe.I| s Ia h -t *
Ipiet #'s. It hia.4 bIen a period of i'nre-t
fo.* ePeerybody. and all are tianaa.ul
tV ** itoo wvelt Is sceee'de'd by a mant
of judicial temperament, sound JudK-
ni. 'it and siw|cial fitnes- for tl ,' :
ofr'ee to which the people have r'"! *
him. It i. expected that Mr Taft"
all be a prosperity Precdet ut. 11.i-
a .u:inptini of administration Is greet-
ed with universal confidence, and
there Is nothing in his char-wter t",
e p(ect of him anything else thv.r won' '
come from a well-meaningr l.rarx'--
sive President, ambitious to bring betw-
ter days and a new era of progress.
Mr. Roosevelt himself says of his suc-
cessor:
"No man of better training, no man
of more dauntless courage, of common
sense and higher character ever come
to the Presidency than William How-
ard Taft."

ON MARRIED LIFE.

Occasionally some woman with so-
called new ideas on life seeks to en-
lighten society on marriage and the
home. This Is what Mrs. Leslie Car-
ter has Just done. She condemns mar-
riage as being old fogeylsh and obso-
lete, that "children are a nuisance and
domestic routine a bore." and that in
these "progressive times" men demand
the "sparkle oifeyes" and will not be
content with one woman In a house.
And as for woman, she is a fool if she
devotes herself to one man. especially
when there are such "brilliant oplapr-
tunities" before her.
Mrs. Carter indulges in a lot more
of such unwholesome and trashy ad-
vice. but her reputation as an actress
and as a champion of Salome in its
most repulmsiv presentation prevents
her opinions having any weight ex-
cept with the class to which she be-
longs. Every sane person b-lieves in
just the things she condemns. and the
vast majority of marriages are happy
even as are the great majority of
Amerlcan homes. lrs. Carter imply
represents a little froth that is upon
the surface and abich is only noilke
able Just because it is froth and di.-1
plays itself- Domestic life in this
country almost universally goes on in
tranquil, wholesome fashion without
making an exhibition of itself.

CURRENT COMMENT.

The Montgomery Advertiser says:
"If the tariff revisionists will. as in-
timated. reduce the duties on print
,ial-'r from s-ix dollars a ton to two.
and admit wood pulpl free. it would
do one of the twbt things that has
been done for the diffusion of inform
tlion in several ge'nerathios."
The (Galveston News. says: Arizona
and New Mexico may as well make
up their minds now to remain me-re
territories as long as the ReputIlinni
party (cotrol.s Congrc.. or until they
lprimise on th,.ir honor enot to elec't
IhiiM'ratac Senators The quait.vnt of
iiery maya not tb' strained, libut th.,
quality of justice as dis..n-is-d b.\
politicians ge'ts an a ful w re.-ih
sonwtr'lu[l "
The Charleston Post sua s: "Th'
dang.'r of .Mr. Roh<.~eit falling a vi-
tim to the sle ep.ing shikness in Afrita
in sigKe'te'd bh tomne')on' hto et'vid'lit


ly know nothing of the mighty hunter
a ho is about to iinade theI junile
Mr Itiioose-vit d(o'- not k iknow hal
iee'p iw Trhe tse'tze' fly, ho-." lhite' in
..upP.i). d tto ( tAu' the l*"'piing sick
ne.i. i ia c'hew on h il a-. long at,
it Ih able- without caulinign huim1 to lat

The Hartford Time's sa. : "South

How's This?
',. off.r O) Ii ieiwlr. d I ,Ill.ir It,
ward for iia. ca'-," r it. r thtih.l .0 .
ilnc t h -e < ur 41 1 Hitll- ('.it rth t'Ir.
.1 ( 'III.: :V & t I ,I

I ( lie ' 11,. i I hi i '* rf. i !, 1 t *
cii- ti Ail0.* -- t r. 14-. it l .- i 1 f ii
c, t | .>t ls tl I ll i ,, ,11" j
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lake 11 ,11., '. iu 1' : r I -t
patiun 4


Cartlina vill not join th.e theirr .liath
etti HStat-s Ihi h hA i.* a'ilopted Stat,*
lde' prohiltthion law. The, proleoli
tioi Sna-< otedt <|in st to 4 In the
State M' rate on F'ridna The plnihitb
tion nlmument 1 nuit lik*'ly to niak,
further hIu,:dsn. in that part of the
country at pr'F-,,t The violent and
xtrenie course of the Tenniiesee poll.
ticians on the liquor qiue..tion hnas et
(on--rvnattie menln Ithe other States
to thinking awout where such legila-
tion I. likely to end."
The New York Post says: "Nothing
will really be done about the tariff.
of course. till the extra sesilon of Con-
grens. but some of the preliminary
work is significant. No Item of It Is
more so than the report and recom-
mendations of the special committee
on wood pulp and printing paper. Ap
pointed last year as a means of stav-
ing off action on the President's rec-
ommendation that wood pulp be ad-
mitted free of duty. and the rates on
paper cut down. the eqmmittee has
made long inquiry and has felt bound
by the evidence to urge that wood
pulp be put on the free list. practical-
ly. and that the duty on printing pa-
per be reduced from $6 a too to $2.
This shows that the facts can at last
penetrate even the triply-protected
heads of protectionists."
The Columbia 48. C.) State says:
"" 'Upper case' las the pretense of the
world. When we wish a word to have
greater carrying power, to make a
brave show. we begin It with a big let-
ter. When we wish to give an ad-
ventitous eignlficance to our puny
ideas, we tell the printer to set the
sentence or paragraph in 'cap*.' When
we wish to make a gallant appearance
anywhere, we play up. and get our-
selves expressed or arrayed lu 'upper
case.' It's a game. as the French say.
like any other. And we are generally
taken, at least in large measure, for
what we pretend to be. In certain
circles of the social world there is
little else except 'upper case'-the
glint of unpaid-for jewelry, the swish
of bankrupting silks,. the swagger and
the hypocrisy. All 'upper case.' all
big capitals'"

For COLD and GR!P.
Hicks' CAPUDINE is the best reme-
dy-relieves the aching and feverish.
aess-cres the cold and restores
normal c_-ditions. It's lquld--*ects
immediately. 1*o. 25e uad 50c at drug
stores.

A pretty New Jersey girl was killed
by a trolley car while. running away
from a kiss. This should be a suffi-
cieut warning.

sM "Wst" ada. & ng relesi.


MEN ASO WOIAI&

Imacate val..r' lug Uf.iie,-',jo
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CURED OF PARALYSS






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EFFECTIVEC DIC. 19 .IN


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield andl o-
cal points South... ..... ............. 1O:1
Returning, arrive Gainesville................. 4: p
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all point North 6:00
Returning, arrive ainesville.... ............ 9*:p


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WASHINOl, D. il RE!TIE

ATLANTIC COAST LINE




Tickets on sale February 28th, March Ist, Sad
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th. 0
--$ EAT MILITANT PAAilE--
For further information, rMmrvation, etc., call on immnt Tiotl
Agrat, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Ivision Paongwor Aeat, Jacksmoavfi, th.
W. J. CRAIG. T. C. WHITE,
angerr Traffi la General Pas. Afet,







SEABOARD

Air Line Railway
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momm


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any Agent *eat(, rA ftr. I-- *(1
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no to hwO lto be elwahi
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TO m-tsu b
A *Ibaty Avpav.
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Toets a t ms
$moebpsk tcama.


Ute .lmeray asatores.
Two rMltare seare s.
O msWoraSe peL l
Of wey mow ospery.



Two tuoer apls a"tores.
Two IBoto ste ataons.
yoteler ar atportaent.a
A brSues"badorsa ..
Toe vwterlcw surgeoua.
oMe PeSwbyt.tram ewkpr.
p59 Ieal t es ageaer.s.




VIVe HIS lsunbern asd


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0mm menDyou millf p"ss"'u (i
- md uaift~d pepao
a Ibe eIshea ye 'oiticr ma'.le.


J A. OCAIL1SLZ
ATIONBY AT LAW


AMd solleisor to E4elag
AaO'* BWs Oe.eamosinag and tieo
eal Preqie. All busiaesw pmroml
a eded to. O eoxto door to s*
e.ee. OaIuTvuj. LGaamss..


RlRA CLAIM


TYom& W. FIXlm


CLARK & FIELDING
LAwyere.


Practice In all Courts. State and
Federal.


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Oma0 THI SUN ==0--0
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Two fritiltsr al sfatcrts.
rive ro lansere. amg ecM.
Two "Very Md fteed sss.
O0e crate a4d bkhet factmey.
On Elks' Club reading room.
Agricultural Exxprimemt Station.
riPorw Winter ble Cofere c.
rive dresumaklg establishment.
Nathoml Odd4 Pllows o nitarlum.
Three undertaktan establishment.
First-clan s sowerase system. 17.IT.wO.
Two of the best botels i* the in-
rereor.
Two wholesale grain and feed
stores.
Two wholesale grocery establish-
MeMts.
Water "that bas made O lmesvllle
Thie Imet opera house the State
Vutslde of Javoksailllo
A GOverm met bidldgn msoo to be
ereete to oot when completed
larpMeate. masss, plasterers.
Mter o prntenS. machialsts ad It-
more miles of paved streets and
amotke sidealko s tbm any other
town a the Intoerlr of the State.
A sM. eort homoe bumlt of briek
mm" stm-, beauiu d isutmea
tIM tawns. Sower bed. shmbbery.
mf-derate m umnt. e.. surroua.
ta Mt maSM It S mMot attactive pc-

UUSIXZSS CAUMS
AT L SiUN.
VIT IAmR .NVOON.
OMO a t1 Orsvwbl a D&tvlW S
kaL aw -mewsr Oa Wr mtakL
OMtlo m d al reoseive powmpt at.

& GM. L. WALDO$
tnleI


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 mui
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 ft&W sk r t d o 1 NO W. a he W hr o fr.......SMU
To sfh mh. kre sh ,qft soiUi-- MLat. &ia fo ri"W....... .S.. WU
To s mt siioc as r Nb N sMOL. albfowro" ......fo .. S
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyof'
for any value they may see fit, and will 1e worth their face value upon the pu.
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

-- Votes -
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broe.
Hyde A Teeph.
Where Vtes Miy Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
mats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun oSee. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
OaInevUle. Florida.


Rules and Regulamti
1. The contest is open to anyone Mv6 nB
Alachua county who is known by the co-dS-
of the contest or vouched for by some rept-
peruon, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative olf tl ble
prietors of the above-named firms are *1b .
participate In this contest, and will pairtlctl 1
no luanner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding bStwe
candidates or others Interested in this C
such controversy may be referred to tu*
doctors of conte'tt, who alone are the ,IU
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides tt
draw from the race, such candidate will
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of NO"
candidate In the contest


$1.25-Three months' subscription ..................... 400 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription .................... ... 1,000 votes
$6.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes


"TJ
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1,200
3.500
30,000
30,00'


''T irt- i- no liitit to tht iiii i l'r of tclutl.- s a li tc i lt-t;tint Ii ti. -*,'ir'.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00 e ya's tk l ......( l 'O ...A.......................


For a club of Eve onee. "c r subscriptions ....... ... ..... .........


4.,00W


Solciltng wotes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the prop


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PIANO CONT



In Which a Resident of Alachua

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard

Certificate Valued at $3,15.00

The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

sentaives of The R. S. Howard

The Contest to be Conducted by

ehalH of Bush & Safford.
1 35 00 f


I County Wi

Piano, and 18

I Furnished hy

, Sole Repre-

Co. of Mian

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i iF I, II.Y si \: (AIF'SVIILLE,. FLORIDA, MARCH 4, 1909


a imAtomAL.
tfo City of Gainu*-


I I respecl-iilly a,, i peiltuied lor I ter r lini ,rmm .linio'-t o irely till tills rip (l ttOll Itilt (.)Ii
g li voters. irrespective iitiolii hae. torted la;td l its litaKge. The Iprlce oi land tihas It Ii- it. i :i
L u4a. 1 and._ promise to ihe cos t of labor hat al~o ;d intel enti| tie.i rl. :.i IN-r cent. The eit iof


r:- iapartially daicnarge
I 4, *9 oce should I be


a A. C. WARREN.

gasounce myself a
&o e*ce of City Mar-
Swdi fr at the election
M. If elected I will
fie the duties of the
Mt or favor. I re-
the votes of all. Ir
Sirt afllatiom.
CHASE M. DELL

,W TAX ASSESSOR.
W g aof the City of Gaines-

announce myself a
fir Cty Tax As.essir for
i|||. Having be-en Tax A..-
lIhr years. I am fully ITre-
I U oe office. as my record
the city assesh'sent hav
boesaed in that time from
:NW.000 to over $1.IMM>.I ^ from running for this.
PSpfarm account of sickneiss.
gS repectfully solicit your
W. M. BRAI)FO)R).
**
JtIMgr of Galnesville:
meiosace that I am a can-
Me4lection to the office of
Ag lsarf tor the year 1909.
to be held on April the
" gt earnestly request you
i yei vote and support

Se e or your past endorse-
Iol. Tours very truly,
i B. R. COLON.
>'a


SWater


meenouglI uncertain-
L 4S4M trading in Real
without GUESSING
I)on't take
N's word! 1W= f

Demand ani Ab-
~ird Title from



IPRACT c PANY
AIObE'lLLE, LA.





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eb1m Ugmcc~l .i,, gIur


producing a bale of cotton has increased in the' same proportion, but the.
price receli ed for the bale of cotton u has re tai ld nearly the antile Ttiera,
fore the farmer must itud.d and iniestigat.m aid if ipor-ible find simea
means whereby he may reduce the cost of loprouction What is true' uI
cotton is alo true o(if the cost of pr it(ucing other farm crops'
The heaviest expenses in thel ;production of a cropl are the fertiilizer ai.d
the labor. We can reduce the cost of cultivation about .-.i per cent b y
using improved farm implements. Therefore, if e In fertilizer and ."*o per cent. in cultivation we will greatly reduce the cost
of producing our (rTiopes.
How Fertilizer May Se Saved.


Fertilizer may be produced on the farm in tlwo as.. First. b) growing
le'guiles. such as elhet beans. cowp.,an. and Iwggarwet.d. These (Tcrops
hae thle' I oI r to get aninionia irini the atliosihret. Therefore ti% growing
veleat beans. cowlivas and bteggarweed Ae. can( i increase the ammonia con-
tent of the sOoi This i.- not the case with coni and c('ttoti. on the contrary.
ainnmol.i is take in from the' ..oil It lhen When \-14It lean.s are growii.
and the %ines. left on tihe ground to lhe ile, d und,-r during the, followingm
winter, they will add amnni(lia to 'ea( ci aerev e,'qual to an application of 52-*
worth of (ciottonsve'd nuidal. An acre o(if cowpeas %ill produe- a asoxel cro l, of
hay. and after thi. has I' iI re-inoled. the le'-aes that break off and remain
in the' Hel'd on l h' ground. and the' r .ots. %ill add aimmionia to the soil equal
to an alili tion is practice-d the- f rtility of the soil can tite increa-.td; while with the
old nit-hod of contiuail croijiilng in cotton or corn. the soil is sooner or
later depleted of available anmmonia. phosphoric at id or poitash. and the
crop dolinds almost wholly on IpurcLha.ed Iertilizer
Second. hy feeding the crolsi produced oni the farm to livte stock. either
beef or dairy cattle, satiig tht- niinaniire produced. and returning it to the
field. A goodt cow or steer will in a ear produce from six to )isetien ton'l
of manure The quality of the manure will depend entirely upon the quality
of the feted If we liae feeds rich iin ammonia. the manure produced will
It, rich in ammonia. It has been found that the animal body retains only
about one-fifth of the ammonia in thee feed: that is,. for every hundred pounds
of ammonia fed to an animal eighiv pounds are excreted. Therefore by
growing such crops as velvet beans. cowpeas and beggarweed. and feeding
them to lite stock on the farm. we can produce largiw quantities of manure
rich in ammonia. Hence by the growing of these crolm, feeding them to
live stock. and returning the manure to the fields,. we can in a few years
Increase the fertility of our lands so that we will need to buy only potash
and phoaphoric acid-the cheap elements in commercial fertilizer.
When it is necessary to buy ammonia it should be purchased in the
form of cottonseed meal and fed to animals, and the manure produced used
as a fertilizer. Ily using cottonseed meal in this way we get a double value
from it. First its value as a milk and meat producer, and second. its fertiliz-
ing value. fly following this method. Instead of having to purchase large
quantities of ammonia. potash and phosphoric acid in chemical fertilizers.
good crops can be grown with no purchase ammonia, and less potash than
before. The most expensive element in the fertilizer- ammonia-would be
obtained from the air. or as a by-product of the feed.
Every general farmer ought to arrange his crop rotation so that it would
not be necessary for him to purchase any ammonia as fertilizer.


Lovers
Of good health should prevent sick-
ness instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure It. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach In a healthy and active con-
ditlon you won't get sick. Ballard's
tierbine reliever conslipatlou. inactive
lieer and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles. Sold by W. M. Johnsonu.


The Sun offle for calling cards.


A Hard ORe.
Mrs. Nroe ReWah-Illd you get my
letter? Mrls. Rlloodgcl d-Tbe one where
you asked eni to your holiday bhomse
party? Mrs. Nuvoe lteash-Exactly.
Y!rs. Bl;Hdirotad No. I didn't get It.-
CincinnatI Enquirer.

"Suffered day and night the torment
of itching piles. Nothing helped me
until I used Doan's Ointment. It cur-
ed me permanently."-Hon. John R.
(larrett, Mayor. Girard. Kans.


The Foy4Mess Vmsbl


Write bor omIMulsq ;ft

LLMM.CL
2U6wed F" O
JAOK.IWU PA* LI


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AL i it L Ak dhdk li ilbbAiftAk iAkbdbkAbA i lidkfhA


I "That
Wrt


cich Is Ws-h I-ia&-"
h~ive~shit


The old adage that what is wed havog is mwt M
ing fbr is till tnre--trm dth me ltrimlb Ndiftir.
Th.thin you waat-w-ht It it b ai ia ia a
bMe, whether it is a rMdy-mad iia sll r a w Apu i
book is obtid aadily throo ade W
diculty, or not at al, through etwe mss.j
A


THE SUN WANT" A)S. BRING RWULT8


Real Comfort In Every Drop

In every household there should be good liquor for family or ,cJicinal purposes. Our ptesonal guarantee as behind
every package that leaves our house. And we kno :cj will find rtcl comfort in any of the following:


l'or ga...,"


$4
S 4 '


FOUR FULL OTS
PRSmS $ 50
PREPAID D -


Blends


Per 4
I ~ ~ ~ & h rerg4.M IC


I 'AI. I A r pa f 41
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I irk I '
5 -., CrC ,ea
EqlasawChug@$ PG.d


It
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Site ..
10


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I'me 4


3W LabaL. V. b.et
CL.)tf. (.60
Yellow L&bs. e
lie I k.,f.. e.
W .1. h e I~dl'h
81" eA WL bi ~~',-% ,

91"k Labelsk Xm

White LabA a',.
G.0


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.50 300 1*oh

ITS 335 STS

SOD 3w t1.5


GawmeeI d VAul wesan
LaPleus.CL~.- go* PAa


M*
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ktnr


3attled In Bond
Per 4 is

Sc" 'A)
PLP& LR ~ 01354
is R., I PtO I." (j
C'in SO 1000lo
L.*.a C...o PaeJ
Wines
ram. Shmir. Seachbowry
i't'i 4 11
iugmam gal i 6,%buits
1.4bei %J% P Ou 84 60


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TAc W Prepay Express Charges On All Goods Listed As Above
WlllJ.mIZAf fa, ..-.. t -m.-,aI ,aVu,. TNIga mZA
JA.WNyt.LL.n. Long Distance Phone 345 4AMAXC nu.rn


The.o Jseph Zapf Co. -Jacksonville, Florida


att City Marshal.
AAplrtl 13. I have
ithfully and effl-
ay. Md my record

ig the past year
ryI ask the suP-
S ach and every citi-
l o liO,. | can only
lot service as I have
is the pa>t.
E or order,
S pin T. ARNOW.

~l mtD b Of iltifoliiling thl'
a candidate for CItI%
IIIIglectiou to be held on I
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IP ODUcIN I TI1ZEII ON TNE rARMI

I v .I1,1IN .1. CM.IOTI"
Irinri t .\gritc ilt;ilr! KI xi.rimii,,it Statiln

1I ulll tl .-. i, the f.iril. i 'l ri !. ii-. # ilmore I. rtilize r r s .tla .i ta l.ia
t ille i<.Ie if atl,\ thelI t i', i. i tie i ,ili It it ;tl-o tproi ablh Htl 0 i l,.it *, e
iM.r t'0oit. (it nlerf. i the f.ortili-l r- rh litre t l r e 'i are' o r lilimil t 1 i:l l t.l itil
\\ith .,i lati.ii- In1 thie lietlih dst l I ii iii fr'iii the grl g iitii 11 1 iil\ i,
.crolp tio 1 \a .are \ it eil.- ill reoiat ,ii we ailln I'pre etlte' at h nime all eef th,.
a; ti ii' :l;ii \ ,' I;1% tll I ll r fe r il, ';- ; ,n il i i.it : e; -,i ,et e.' ,,, :,
tt ; 1 i t I .I ', i ,
.ici.,:i.Ld Cost 0l Crop Production.
ltil i,' ie ?l \ in -tI if ihe f.iii.. r- 4of iiolrth ri ;ind (a\


Women's Secrets
There I oone imen i the I 'iteditates who lhas perhaps herd
more womcn't secret then env other mon o4r women ill he
counltr. Thew secrete are not tertti of guilt or shime, hbt
the secret of slerig., and they h e bee ecol6ded to Dr. W .
It. V. Peerve 11 the hope and etpetato dof advice mad help.
That few of thw e womes have been deppointed in their est.
pectation is proved by the feet that a mety-eight per cow. of
all women treated by Dr. Pier have baee itwolutely sad
altogether eured. Such a rmord would be remarkable if the
ee"w treated were numbered by hundreds oely. But whe
that record applies to the treatment of more thel bhll-.- mil.
lion women, in a practice o over 40 vrers, it is phenomenal,
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by womea, as the AG M 4
specialists in the treatment of womee's dieseaes.
Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, hea-uy 1wiew '
charge. All replies are mailed, sealed Mi pectl plain -mvelpai wilt
vy printing or advertising whatever, upao them. 'Wrtoe withoat owMs tdb.
,! *' t .. t, ,o,,:j :i .p'us .Mledic.l A,. clation, Dr. K. V. Pieree, Prs".,
lt.:l. ,'>. .
DR. PIT.RCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION




The Greatest Evnt of the Yeor
Spring Musical Festival
Jaekusuik, Fl., A* l it a d2

HEW YORK STYNHOT NYOICiE
('.n hli-tel 11 ti. Faii'ni.- Inr rt,'r r of the World'
M.Itter Miluiciai, WALTER


A.i-t,-..i Iy (itif I, i,....-, l.i-.; *'i Miller, tenor; Mrs. Corinl
Itihtr- hel-* y, e11n`ran44; Nevada van lder Verr, asto.
FO'IH t N'Er:IT--M.ti. ay I.mtintie. nnrhrtral; Monday night, anhumu-
la,,in.-.;r T-l.av istiije., ArtiSt-t' .eoert; TieWday night, Cratorie, '"TI'
("IlEATMiN." smith th>e Jea k.monvilleChloral. soiety of 240W trainue vo m ad
New' Y.nk !-3nilphon. oire*-tra anm ui.Hipo. KSEAON TICKTI Sh. Mase
aj>|>lieatis >1 nowt. :!t rei-,rvtei! i uuitatiimn. Aldredwsasibshebepebp ite







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a suIMRPORTER&


~~.pRsai andnG'0 son*tod f"s uwle us
Nmoftecity. rivy*aI~
--.---& ~ ~ %0 *Jic.wei~ aiw.~


ef Waldo was in the


Sof AlachuI; 1l~ in th

ae s of pl,,ta-.l for "-'

a r.IrChnt of lh'll. wa1 S
c y m oents package. Nice
-rs & Earle.
* paid to ladles'
Iti d' Restaorant.
e Micanopy was amoen
Sthe city yesterday.
% tw to the Electric
amy will call you blessed.
Ofrey of Alachua was
ppers5 to the city yes-

Sthe tfnit man. return-
SfM a business trip to

pieteres shown last
PId a d they are going

tol left yesterday for
where she will visit
ta maxt few days.
pa master. merebat
at Pairbanks. was
6 atty yesterday.
a clear Utle to your
PgM d't know, eomalt
Abstract Company.
s $e ytes uhe and
l Natioal Blaceit Com.
NeathiA better. Saun-


FATCH


THE \EW


ERSOLL


Ste-Wind


New York State fill cream white
cheese. Saunders 4 Earle.
J. W. Williams of Alachua was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday
H. McL. Grady of High Springs was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day.
Chas. Slaughter of Micanopy was
transactlng business In the city yes-
terday.
J. A. Downinl of Doanie was amoftg
the West Ead citiszes visiUng the city
yesterday.
A grand place for courting your girl.
That's what the Klectric Theatr.
*ms to be.
Mrs. H. J. McCallum of Alachua was
among the shoppers visiting in Gaines-
viTo Wednesday.
J. R. Wilkerson of Waldo. one of
the older settlers of that section, wa.<
In the city yeFterday
Plank's Chill Tonic in guaranteed to
care chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
Price Z3c. Sold by W. M. Joni ou
Miss Jessie lkodiford left )er,. IdLt.i
f(.r Mclntosh. whe-re- she, ill -p" rd,
the next s li ves
G; Richardson ; ft +.*-.t.r.la f,,r
liisch Spring.. Hlit. will I. aL- :At tht.
r ii. a itli|, .r I, ii* K ,
tu.ll.illt h lirlt I ,


A A 'MlIt Ratei
tetis.i %*e'rise'rchaw t f
ii th, cil\ ewi. ..



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mISLL JUNIOR.)


Cedar Key uystra. day and ight.
at Rutherford's Reetau t.
Hard and pine stove wood. also fre-
Olaes-f hard wood. J. N. lion,. p'hono
1*.
I. S utch. onee1 the merchants of
Alachua. was a visitor to the city >*--
terday.
Thirty-ive hens and chickens for trf
day's trade. Nice and fat. Saunder-
A Karl@
Mrs. T. I. Ellis. Sr., is spending a
few day. at Waldo Iblting her dasugl
ter. Mrs. C. A Marks
Horn. to Mr. and Mrs Frank W. II-
a fine son. who arrived on Ttedi.fla
r h ,'-t*-,.r : t! ;-r ~o r : '
G*. F I' i1ar .ld .. A* I ; a
in the' h';" |ilrA it r *! 1 < rf '"! Hili T ',I \ 1{+ <*
ti-tll ll l,, v:, t,

1. J Knilht of l*A('tti~,se main ti theh
city ,t,-rda) li-e ta','- that the-
farmers. of lii-. i(lwtion r tr h i s a th
their spring i lai.tlug
W. M Holder of ICacros w*as inn
the (tl) .s.te-rda) He came down to
lay his taxes and look after som
other butin,.-- mati. rs
Chick.-ring. Knabe. Mathushbek
Fiscber and I ers & Pond Planos a"d
Crown Organs for sale by W L Hill.
Planos fur reut or exchange.
Dr. Wilbur lassiter and wife. who
ha#- bee-n pj-i-dinig the winter here
with the fanmiil of Col J B Dell. 4N
parted yest, rda) f ,r lmouistana. their

It i. said a .pripoaal. resukimg to
a iuarrldp-,+ a lwade while koolllt
.tt th,. nius ing p t tres If the Ele trit
Th.eatre did that mut h for these. how
ialwout .eU" I
T W. i'il, rof Newb-rry was
making aft.. r **-.-n,-. bupise** US s
he.r \\.- ..i. H.., i. t,'ok advaa
10t il- i. l -st t, r,.i*w his subeM rllfl i
to Alachua umamiary
C (W' -a. p a sawn slats; Wo
i" !t.' .,I :...i.ufacture I Wm
-,atA l ,d f .'..!-a'Ce A. Aska
.ir tr,).. .*-t u back yFr eWl .
.\tlt,. l.umst.-r Co Mmeap. P
.1 IF. i de-,[uty -t 'a if
, .'ol.i o4'ntr arrived ta *1 '
.,.sr.rd.'. fr 'h pe.pe i a
SI.aib lA .* back b to s
%111,lie W&as'aAtdMS "


101 0i11i ,An liAfl t
.14.A i A *rl


1-usult.Aotkt


htId at the
afte-rnims at







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Or


-T MU TITmE~ wyfZ7


The good-will, 'mbAt rvpar'). a pjrjst

pfl(i7(1 illvy f wNof eh oM..r and ,re4vm. I

our tanking r o 'fmt
Si'ttie nd
Make our piwe t
nienee afforded v.n1*ko.'mt'* ot -P) nt
and agrepaht. in thiWO Wh" "w9ir"WPh a*
*r~r c bileft"e, .bsoeisd


THE SAM~dLL _______


.WAI


SAN'
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THE~ SUN "WANI'r" A D& BRING RUIA


- a> ,
. .n
e ^
wan


-


!ort In Every Drop


"..d liquor for family or medicinal purposes. Our personal guarantee is be
u houw. And we knov. you will find real comfort in any of the following.

SMonogram Bottled In Bond -
-10-- --..4 ,., .. as
4 I b g l. OCal Wo. .s sb t.b
iff -- ,uu bu. %.Auk...L.61014(,, ...Co ..,5 14 o ,,6NI) $12 I) I 10.to


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kypapns
W4 W oil"e

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6.00


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13401

100
1650S


4 w
II too(1174w


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lhey. Co... Gsa
Ma m. Seaft~i
Bluea LA" %. hi.aker,
C.,ru, Qs.. am
KIk&dy. Ma)' 260


Go& .. 316


see


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gap"* Ok. I"g PA


U691


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Pam a S~. sacw
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iAu~f 11 gISh(A 84u80
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... T .' AIL.s: OAlIVTIL" FIeRIDA, MARCH 1, 1909


fa AND



SSINaRAL INTEREST
su SUN REPORTERIL

m and What Is GO-
obo-r"'eenal and
"m of the City.

i- .l at Rutherford's


I of Waldo was In the


7 i of Alec lh' a :i i- f thi '


,Iar A E'arle
Lp ea r;.-rchint of l-11l. %aa

&go I cents package. Nice
i amd-ers & Earle.


suglmoea paid to ladles'
Restasarant
goml df Micaflopy was among
j t tie city yesterday.
ew to the Electric
iey sill call you blessed.
S gL Qdfry of 4lachua was
hIp iers to the city yes-

LiMat, tM fruit man, return-
IfrorM a business trip to


Mll la pictures shown last
SpuM and they are going

SA. Ittel left yesterday for
where ,he will visit
I| ah me t few days.
bwl, postmaster. merchant
of Fairbanks. was
ibbe city yesterday.
rs pt a clear title to your
SpmW doeet know. consult
iOgty Abstract Company
ifrest styles cakes and
lthe National Iliscult Com-.
pL Nothing better Saun-


iTCH


THE NEW


k.Wii


d to keel) good
^one year. Nickel-
Gun Metal cases.


talL JUNIO
fl dhunmodel. An'x-
time-piecet. (Gnlli
Gold and Nickel-
omegv. .Sisi. A i
talced to give sati.'.fc-


MUIWRE CO.
- and Retal


New York State full cream white
cheese. Saunders & Earle.
J. 1W. Williams of Alachua w ia a
v;,,itor ito ) ;Gahi \lll, yeteril ,
H. McL. G(rad) of iigh Springs was
aniotig the' i itors to the, city yester
day
C('ha. Slaughter of Micanopy was
iransaCtilg btl.-ili.ss in the' (it. -
terday.
J. A l)ooning of Donnie was among
the Wv-.t Knd citizens visiting the cll.t
yesterday.
A grand place for courting your girl.
illats what th,. Ilectric Theatre
s5eums to be'.


S Mrs. H. J. McCallum of Alachua was
among the shoplI-rs visiting in Gaines-
ville Wednesda'y.
.1J Wilkerson of Waldo. one of
the older settlers of that section, was
in th city yesterdayy.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jonason.
Miss Jessie Itodiford left yeste-rda)
Sfr Mclntosh. where she will slwnd
the next se w ral da;v %N citingg rela
ties
W G. Richardson 'ft yesterday for
High Springs. He will be absent the
retiainder of the week onil l iortant
business mnatte-r..
A A McRae of Me'lrotse. an ex-
tenshie merchant of the East End. was
in the city looking after iome buasi-
ness matters yesterday.
Miss Mamle Evans. after a delight
ful visit of several wtiks to her pa-
rents and alsters in this city. return-
ed to her Iouisville home yesterday.
Accidents will happen, but the best-
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil for such emergencies. It
subdues the pain and heals the hurts.
S. II. Mikell of Wannee was a busi-
ness visitor to the city yesterday.
While here he was among the num-
ber of new subscribers added to The
gSul
Sheriff Ramsey has returned from
Archer. where he went to visit his
nephew. Perc) Gill. who is. reported to
be in a serious condition. He is suffer-
ing from congestion of the brain
Something new-malted )east ill tin
hoxe. Just what you have tewen
looking for and iboiund to tak-' like
wild fire Try a box aand see wshat aln
ainiprolit ai t It i. ov. r the' old a;.y
oef I tllllliK It 1i1' S.allldr' r. & V ill,.
W oiff,'r I I' 4 I i' --t .LCC'OtlnllIt ;.l
i ti ti-.. tinci t ail a e dati a,11 Kgladl
lop # *\t io Ji llc illmti-r m ;l rill,- l) i lll |.l
trol 111 lthe 411 i lilt' % 1t IL 1 S 11iKl'
'rI I t .M l,- $ 2 *' l i (lah lU". 'l
4o -iw ,. % % e ilh l i t .t''itI- alh iV 'of ,


! i %IiitIt
ina rd'


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I1l. .l-. a I ,


ltibal


mt hi '. v *-ok Itr-o% it i~


We Believe It Is

to Your Advan-

tage to Open an

Account With Us


It tI. said a proposal. resulting In
a marriage, wass made while lhxking
at the' moving pictures. If the Electric
Theatre did that much for these. how
about you"
T. W. Phillpot of Newberry was I
looking after some business matters
here Wedine.day. lie took advantage
of the visit to rentew his subscription
to Alachua'b luminary.
Cib!age crates: sawn slats: two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
:al growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumbor Co.. Micanopy. Fla.
J. McFadden. deputy sheriff of
OAceola county, arrived in the city
yesterday for the purpose of carrying
Stewart DeVante back to his county.
where hlie was wanted on a !..,; o
assault.
Did the sian you bought your place
from gibe you an abstract of title
snowing everything elear" If not. you
should not waste any time guessing.
but consult Alachua County Abstract
(Company.
The regular monthly meeting of
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D.,C.. will
lw held at the home of the president
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Busi-
ness of Importance will come before
the meeting.
J. D. Wilkerson of Donnie was In
the city Wednesday. He joined the
rapidly Increasing subscription list of
The Sun and will hereafter keep post-
ed on the happenings of the county
through this medium.
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.
11 II. McCreary or Sun office.
W C Colson of Wilcox was In the
city yesterday IetPirouit of keeping
posted on the affair, of the county he
had his name enrolled upon the sub-
acription books of The Sull and will
hereafter have the senmi-seekl.y isit

M,-e-'. I'debl.te' prolrietor of the-
ir% l ; eI.l EltiEorliiiIo on Wall street.
It-it \. ~lt rda lor Wa;thinlKtont. ut here
i i ll t e i i Ik. i t, Ie' l i augaurat l ('-re-
Iloi'lll ewt I'r.-il,' it l .ift I 'rill thlI
i n ll [te r ., I ,t I Ila ll' i,,r,. teo p i t
, I t 111, ,ll I t K '
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i i1r |i.e ht. ti i' -"i 'i-dl fir u ,dored
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I I 'i-,ile) ('hitltl, I' I t' wIall <
hi l h i hc Iflt rhiiH I "I hr
r -ieI i.e' of M MillIa Adauimeos
Hi-I ,l Mini .-,- lal .tf r bu. llia'l
Sli --iih ti ai < h hi 'i-ltiliK |laullhlerr

1. ) Pre.tdl it. Mii Milli. Ada(Uion
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CAUTFoRM1
Fie, upCio. my
aw a MIN ".*ar F"gI


Cedar Key uysters, day and night.
St Rutherfword' ,Retaurant.
Itard and pine stele wood. al-o flre-
pin'l' hard aeiM.l J N It)tme. "i'phoi

1 S FIutch. onm of the nrehiait- (i
Alachu.. &*wa a i lptor toi the cit' .\
trdav,
Thirt flt. hen. and chick-ten for to O
dla\ e trade Nice atnd fat. Sautndcr-
& K:arl- e
M rs T. ItI. llIs. r i ot ip -tnlihi .t
f il.- Ia at W\\aldo -% itiiK her ilui.agl 11
'er. Mr- t' A Mark i 8
I or, tou Mr .and Mrs rFr.antk \\ 11 I
a lit It nti. Awh arrito d on Ti s'ld'ial'
.r. 1 N:. U THE
t 1.\ .i;.i ... v 1-: T I
, ,1 I il I il.l I ;l\ 1t :i1.. ,'1.1 ,
i l l t, :i ,' 1 l <
1. .' Ktii.ht ofh li. ('t s'., ai.s ilt the'
q itn t* rda. Hi -t'.'s that the
L,111in' o1 U I i %#.4 itu 1n ..ro r. s. a tth
tiho r spring i1latltiKg.
W. M1 lolder of ll('r.o.-e was itn o
th)' (It> 3.-t-daiu Hk' i ct-'am de s to -
Ipay his taxes and look after sonm
thlir hutinv ., matters.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischer and l'ers & Pond Planos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Pianos fur rent or exchange.
1lr Wilbur lassiter and wife. who
hal%* ,t.eti'n -i>tnding the winter here
aith the family of Col J. II. Dell. de I
Ipar'ed .vesterrda. for louisiana. their
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1PER LINE


WE ARE GRINDING OUT
FOR SALL Tons,.of Bkthe fnet I'fasIn mmia.


FOR SALE--Good gentle borse and cas, also the cholest Tes that .
nkee rubber-tired buggy. Apply P.O. ever been selected for this au .
Hox No. 276. There also Issues from t-his esm b
... .. meet large quanaUties of feed preia l.
FOP RENT th best Ulked varieties. Our trae
For ENT. -,keeps up beeIese we give d gS
VOR RENT-PFive-room cottage. Ap eeres for the least am ot t --
ply 200 K. Liberty street we deiver rmpty i J" m
-- -- ored.
FOR RKNT-.,;: mn with all n.dern Swell the raksa o ow pleaded
convene. #,f. electric lights. hot and trons by a mesage W Ph me li or
cold be:; -. .lth or without board 'ael by and leave yw erdI .
Mrs. .row. 4:'IO e. Main street. N I AUNOIERS ARL.
FOR RE T 'Five room cottage oi
block next to square; city water. ;
electrlW lights. bath room and all W mI
modern conveniences. Apply at this
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INITRELS


The Now York 1ty Mg miminl WI!
WM&c for l. a smoeftsawd .No yes ui
sad NW ut m4 (Ownif
Prksm,3. U am ..S&3near"
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a~pjctmF some#g


"I go Lb" IN
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First National Bank




Established Over Twenty Years


('Apitil, $100,00oo .0o


Surplus, t5,OIMJ.OO0


..et Your Business

esWe Solicit Your Business...


Ja. M. (au'aham. Pws.
E. SAWi', %'ke*lPn.


II1'&sjlor, C('4jk'


WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTKEI Young printer of ordinary
experience, who desires to better
learn trnde. to act a galley boy. set
heads. distribute and set type op-
casloally. and do general work as
assistant to forman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this offlec .
U It's printed stalosey yoa wat.
rie Sum oe Is the plaeo t4 IL.

Oaeadsllet L *dga No
SON. B. P. O. &-M-ee
tonight at T:3 o'lock
ft Is We Sam&
bE bl NSoras bl y
Swelom .o. .IK X.Davi




I Second Cardad


HORSES
-- AND-


MULES
AH RIVETI)


41 Jii'lec ee s-k oe 'I' We aake
i'N t, staol0.111 11W aaMaIA.
.411hipt- Ii' t -.

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LeU"U. Lk m. aidFd Stable


HE DUTTON BANK
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I AVET TO TUR CREDIT I TS -i

he goodl-will, kindest regard and best wish-
s of eamh officer and director of the Bank,
nl you will always find a cordial welcome in
ir I anking room-,.

lake our jilice headquarters-every conve-
ieuce afforded t)o Itake our place pleasant
lid agreeable to tliose who call to see us.



GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
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Twice a Week-Monday and Thurday


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a oof X9 Tub.


plow "bomseanlwe
x-d oom w
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Ismis go


alf'kwU M tbe smed a a~m Um


Has


Order


1d8e preIedia- Is thoe mt
empm es themu agh their -
I CLn. awi, seeking ito pI
Pm lds ba t Coedt raMiway to co
UM t em ram i ders


M FLORIDA PINE CO. GETS


TOlE STATE LUNY


L M Erns LLS SAIN90D OVItA IY 7
ONMISS DIJPRSKL


MIra Ow soshmClkm losHgw n Dee"


"W Their O


bwimg is the vw te pino
eastet:1
Mism Dele oDe.ee, e... .1,1.-.T
Miss Dara t cty.... .V*L.To
Miss Cutheb e alle, eiy. .
Ube anrrto Striekiat.... 44v 1
Oen M. DI~abtru. eM...... 1 ," S
Mia Mary MeConmch. dty .X71
Mtes Alma arselit.... W.810


Miss Naale mDkM- d w.
Miss Mabel bach, ity..
Miss Juia Crter. ety.....
Mie A. GrOef Newberry.....
MB J-els 3dea, dlty.... 4.


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km


TA L.AMAm3 3 Mareb L-At a
meeti-s the* O uoe.s.. eMthe
State aintitauoM h md here -rday
me8s i as as O ae som "an the
mWurac te the eneentve tlem the
contract for vlies was awarded to
the Pnoria Pbne Company at Jack-
seeile at $381 per apita per year.
avntoen bs s were breant In.
The a n as let, w as or the
ire of Siate convIcts for a period o(
feer grs, to begia January 1. 191s .
In amep ti e contract the Flor-
ma PMeH company must abMe by the
hilowtag regulatdos:


'- sM m Dmuse -, e ........ The iesee must bear all expenses
-e Mhs A SrnHu ondd Wcly... a nedent to the handling of the coa-
OW MUe am HHdem, city... vit t fram the day of his sentence by
SO Missl Anale Beville......... the coart la which he at tried; also
IMs Me fIve m Sto WMld.. ~ l a eSpemes incurred la ataluing a
-s Mir. Ware, Higbh Sprtis.. 1" por State pruo a. well as the
e- M tBB _lpereBt...J 5r and in keep;' Thim or her
m. MB e sheppa. Oi..- 0 G fely; al-o all expe'ss for guards.
SMAis N. er IL m ci mte... W mdsiul attention. medleaiaj food.
sM o U. M. F. sade .... 411 ciothg. properly equipped lodglag.
rat M ss Mary Thboo t...... ad every uther expense and charge
a MIsM A. W. 1argee t........... 2. hut hanild 1e tacerred for the proper
Ow U sma sm awth ... SAO care.. cmtdy lcd humane treatment
OMn Rb f ANi .. ....... of the prisoners during the term of
t-o the ke-e. The personnel of the
s of wrecks Ipr tte tis ta utrd smart., wardens and emptalas and
wo I NI s' peda. l mseme-t to be subject to the ap-
Ow msel L C. Mser ataded a tp oft"rf.A
me ofn t i lameetee Comm!ee "Ml
ad I -.=at Jaasr vwle as amtheln
S" u 5 li T1 19 1B l mem w -of1n100p1 --" t" KIN
111111INs Telt Md mew &&Ada*gthe d e s1pmLe she e sand measg
.". ..at..eq .bad sMfr siadera- mest of thel priousie to be subject
e Von bth eIs ot ma N es fruits d to1 say and all rules that may be pro.
Is to ve marsisb.ss is the Neuter..markets. of A
aMg A eamleemne wiltbe had with thie te i of -
M 1 11dre 11tJ the appeal 01the
lm eltals of the her Mar oof Commisoner fSttepre Con
ibp Ipm MtNarch 5th to eomalder the
Ss=NJ= ofexperate.stitataess
is o ox e iatpet. A estiral hospital or bosptals shall
t C Ia at present in*a maintained at the expense of the
Semo i s bumteess connected with less ee I whbk shall be eaoaned for
r at of the bees of the L & N. medt treatment all such prtisoers
swfo sdke 1 that may be sick or unable from ay
9 donorsI have mis.case to perform manual abor The
iB e er. Jhav rMe t ly" hospital or hospitals to be conducted
so tbas hoosafter eon eastahassand maiatainad as is more fully set
me- dereNt atlelme, but a the am out la tbh schedule referred to. The
e lss, shall be sported at the ear- oeaa0n of the hospital or hospitals
Mt- toad rate bewem points la Florida-
w- It is believed that the amendment of
e thie rute wiltM be of vast beneat to the
hat people of the State, especially to the n i1rstrV
aP merchabts is thebo cities and towns In
Is the Interior of the tate. as It will
of 8nable recevTers of freight la those
es places to secwre the beets of car-
Slead rates where It has been iapos
the sible In the past.
Mr.
PIMMTUM OND DISPLAY. MELRO6E. March 3 -A lively
--- crowd gathered at llayview on Satur-
-laeevilleo NIatioal Sank Have Start- day nlght to celebrate the birthds,
ed LAaeer New Pla. of Mrs. J A Waters and Mrs. Hi. W
Cahier C. A. falreloth of the Ilaml)n.l both failing on February 2x
Oalaesvill'e National Bank will secure Durins the evenlug delirious nnion
S pletares of leading banks throughout keyi.' lw.des other gokod things. ker,
the country and display them along si,,i. -~id inmnkeya" l-i t 1 it(I,),
the* walls of their building re-latil to th,. \Welrh ra.ihbit
Among the collecting, he huas a another Itirni* fak" '1..TI, *..-&o
tLe ready r-.(-eld are the Nationalit tty |i,.ident during; it, .-,*i|-.r wu- tih.
ml. Itank of No-% York. o;e of the largKet iret.t ntut,,i, t 'Ir .id Mr% i .tr il,
ibt banks in the Weu te.rn l.ie.m api,here. ha% i..%, n ,, ... >...i. .., ,, _


ly
re


aing thai railway to make casee
n with be Atatic Cenat Line rail-
mad at Or wge Jtimes. The ws
pem eart has made the ease ir
rMe or March th .
Uwas proceediags have also
beem iAtamted agast thae Atlanm
SBlat Andiews ba Railway Co. to
0m9""- that amay to obey the C m
amluI. ,-dam pesN f-- rates ew
Jumbo. wed ad WO04"s.

be e ismeed be te L

simp t h s Ua. aismd e,
prl Waes 1d as .......
ueW.~ 4~toso".


ing a capital and sturplu- of o vr $',1
100.0W0. This was sb*nt b) the a-.
sittant cashier. U GF (Gregory. and i%
among the handsomeat and largest of
the collection)
the Reichabank of Berlin, the Bank
of England. hank of Spain and the 1'
S. Treasury building are among the
collet-t on
They are handsome phot>eagrav-
ree. aestly framed and add m ch to
the atracUtveee a o the hab .

During the meeting ef the l-er-da
P" AdmaeimI itt AiimO the
WWaer port a t" a Mlo a e"l ed i

At I b.s L.is


1 I' l a- f d "l i i a | o i all ir "
- tf e n fl:i rli r ,e- u .i,. at
Ollxht HI.u tr of th. Int i'a .1t .; t
trips la the "Efte." Another birth-
day, that of Mr J. N Cole. ** ca t-.
brated by an enjoyable picuI at
Parish I'.imanock on Monday While
some of the I rt)> waclt ulpe shooting
or BlhiaiK the rest rambled through
the pretty wuoods exploring and pick
Ing lower until dinner time, when
fried edb. dose to a tuar by that ea
perineaed chef. T A Birt. were er-v.
ed ad uc apprWat by the
ay crowd. Mr C.ol was the re-
s"" pm s ybeata m tal a d
SmeL me dinsr.
Saa 5 Samd weLale
e bUasWw a pew


md be approved by the Co
er of State aInstitutios betes
t"n be deemed or considered as
Sciet compliance with the WWI

ceb prisoner shall be furamMg
with a separate Iron cot bedeam
properly equipped for cofort. Wa
shown la the schedule.
Thb essee shall at all times enltoS
sl the prison or camps and upoe te
work such rules as may be presertiM
by the Commissiocer of Agrlcutl-e
sad approved by the Board of CaM
m*assomers of State Institutions 11
the health, humane treatment Ie
sate custody of the prisoners.
Lesees shall take all pristawM
sentenced by any court to the Se.
prison, without regard to age. seX
physical condition.
The State prison physician. with
the approval of the Commaixsloer of
Agriculture. shall desiaate those to
be coBfined In a hospital subject te
the endormement of the board.
The allowance for escape* will be
within the discrewtau of the Board of
Coumlessomers of State Institution.
All payments under the costraet
shall be made quarterly In advaes,
except for the Arst quarter of the
year 1910. which shall be payable one
baf July 1, Is", ad the other hat
October 1. 110. upop a basis of the
whole number of prisoners Incarer-
aed is the State prison on July 1,
It-
The lesses shall eater lato a bead
with two or more good and sufficleat
seraties In mech smn as may be re
qalured by the Board of Commissloe.
wen of State lasttutions. (said bond to
be made payable) for the faithful per-
formance of the contract and shall be
a bond acceptable to the Board of
Commiltomers of State Institutlans
and shall be approved by Paid board.
Deductions will be allowed for each
priouer while eoanied In the hospital
under the direction of tha State prism
phystelaa nad Commlasiomer of Asrt-
eulture with the approval of the board.


elebradons


e on the Lake


alght by Rev. B R Moeley. On Mon-
day the nlappy couple were entertained
at dinner by Mr and Mrs W Ii I.'.
the table being decorated with oraunlg
uloi3onmW Il honor of the occasiolii All
ipree4t enjoyed the fine dinner Th*.
*1,ual auil an l ereuiade %a gsitin ill
front of the 'I!run cott&gp., (ccUltied
1,. Mir and Mrb Nurion. on M(IIn.IY
1 1 Il ':1 l 0* 1'r" n ily ex1*iY-x(f Ift.

S Thei I.uth. ran. h' iI t.., fir :t 0t' r e
fo'r a long timn. n i final *i t. I 1
\V.ar.r, e r**%arhilng a lih .*..rermion t'o
niuA..t api'r church was beautifully decorated with
dogwood and purple lantau.a.
Prof Nunnally, from lake ('it) t'l-
le t. na expected to preach at the*
Iaptit church on Sunday. but iaek
'eC prevented his conilug
C P Iluffman Jr. and I.... r,.
turned to lake (ity uu Tue-day

The committee appointed t(o lnv' I1
gate anid r.i5mwrt uilon the" i uI i..t1iv1
of K)> 't iurchaii g1ii i ,. >ti k
property bitch is tU be sold at auc
ie aoos,. h&a reported adversely
T1r WaVe a& their reaos that the
iW UeId kmoe over $1 0 a ,..ar ii


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THEB AINUMSILLI Ml: MARCHl 4, 1909


a4m


e i ad J- Ia. ddma&. A weilea JawI "Ti E NEW
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whe4r
P.55l1 of Ms. Retos, It's caused by neuratia. toothache or
bet. Re WedM today's DAy h : accident. Ballard's Bnow l.lnnim t will
iM The funeral services of the late redwre the swelling and rv! eve tr .,
a. It Mrs. L T. Roax were held from the pain. The groat and sure cure fur
barts. PreebyterIan church yesterday after rheumatism, cuts. burns. brulies. TI COUPON WILL UT BK C
Saoo at 2:30 o'clock. A large as scalds-any and all aches and pains.
*d. sembtlae of borrowing friend. present Sold by W. M. Johnson. Bus Ay 2av r
rtsed attested the popularity of the lady and -- DUS IIO
the handounte floral decorationu that Have Gven Bond.
- oered the casket showed the. hMli l.eti aindi ('rnlii .MIarlian anld t, P ,)N
-S" tan which she was held Her I'Poit rm. Ih*" i.uIIa whlit' 1Mulen arr..-td -
reaMlas were laid to rest in KEer- int lbt t. r iprt of tht ,couit and
areenCematery. a large number of gI.*'In a irt.lilinAlir> h-rer I.t.-t ieek.
eatrriag cea eytag friends to wit- t-,,. Itn ilt-e riuire-tI bound aiied a*re-
now the last sad rites a., t Iit-wrt%
1My threeear-old boy was badl4> V Y AE A T L Si o
comstipated, had a high fe*er and was
Atuutetn tbh l0se of tror soes it s
O in an awful ctdltlou. I gate him Ause tVttoaow that %e% eaew~ts e easwears
two doae of Foley's OrtUO IAxslite .he' .ast Au~b~ b6 1 ttah Id A11e a IFoo4-
r tlte tbem. JA"e% the thih for Ikt acieg Odr
aad the neat MoraliS the ferter was Patrues r1sOt lasthei r be bA fo 'Lur rmek-
_,_lt Il Ia m w -|' Ue1 .a NPew mt ea Whee rubber o. r serhd oe b
Ss a he wa entirely well roley *a s*, w.. .,,4 u ~b rubber. ae. ATea TtIa Coupul uAIs Iat ad at Tle muA
O i l dV*Oie iad U his life A PeM am as taavs earUot &eiul Eery a- s wi ih O aoueg
,W CilmalWr, Wn. J. W Me- .e. aM r A4dresm Atte i oe. N
10dlA^ ^L r to at. eY.a. Dms M ee*ta 1
'"tof w^ *~Meiie -^--- ^*^^H^


ARREST MADS BY CONSTABLE
L FET0-- 1--.

|e9fende Waived ftxfamnetIes and
LI E T O Will OGve enof of $10 for

L&Plakhim's
BUMf COMpOUlin |F rTeseday's DallySaun:
. --*I tel tetIowt a Joe Cooper. a darkey from the coun-
lt If to iLs try, was arrested Saturday night 1 i
IED alnu Constable Robt. Dickson. who rharrs-
J that be sold "booze." ha ing caught
w a walking him o West liberty street.
I W~Ablei Dickson says that he caught the
40~ra darkey In the act of exchanging the
pa& w iskhey for the mosey and has wit-
Si to t msm to prove what he mays t tb
L Pf\ Maatter. An aching back is
M^7U a T drk ythrou his Iattorey,' aplication of Sloan's
waived In atio s n t will give i
I1em 104 t r bhi appeane at the next This liei t take
Uag o delt Mt, w esvmeThis lii t takes
s ,ere In, May. is better than sticky p
km elms that e ao knows without rubbig-th
on hMe party w.o bought t whiskey, without rubbing-th
Sand hem e. a tawte to tae ud that lar tissue right to the
hbe pleasedd the "-ry- article hence
~leoks It evidence Is,. very relieves congestion, a
A M id tg w Choa ddle.r..( well as temporary reli
SfNew's Thist?
S" J We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can. *S
iMmeg not be eured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O.
-- We, the under gned, have known F.
J. Chebmy for the last 15 years, and
I m believe hitm perfectly honorable In al!
h1s business transactions, and finan-
l ely able to carry out any obliga- has no equal as a
teis, mde by his a .m. Rheumatism, Neural
0. LDI)A WA N. N. MlN. pain or stiffness in
Woles s.Druggists, Toledo, O. .
: WM P M L OUx. Hars Catarrh Cre as take te Or OntS.
S*- ally, actin directly upon the blood drdis 56.0s.,an
m- LMs Ve y d- n sad mea sartaces of the system.D. |. P & S ~ %m
M a mi reWsus sI senw t t free. F Pries 75e per
SI tt"lU. fSod by oal druggists. I eo'elDSby Iand ug'is.
no Sawo fme so"= *asof Take Ma's family Pills or consti-
O &o &s. om ds Ieth
1 T. &m. V" a seMk Mayeeosr u.O
.-1as _d a ftw ear ee V*t %re MayorT-
in rrb Davis or hearing as Monday morning.
4M011$ es1 i g at aut s ts was the Art aoart la sSme
ids Met -Alma eh a time 1e awed three of the defend.
at-- to go, providing they paid the
91 d l hi ben suew hr a Ossa
0d I0 0 o ah St sMd 0 eein r 5. was m lnd uat l W edneday mot.
S a* eae wb ws s h eet sme&
wib 1 w1A asf Dao C a Jiny HuckorWit HOPKINSVILLIC, Ky., Mar. 1.-Eight
biJd dHr d atr V ebatif volating th iaaltary ordinance, wre broke the quorm In the Tennessee
O = l6W h d *M A releaseMld provided they "pay up" and egisture an came to Kentucaky
a e e f Ma i edw emply with the enam at once. have abandoned any Intention o re-
m infg he b nndnlteo frsed.
N e" a* ab turastn shleoing to Nashvlle on Friday. They
I W 3 0 m.ad 3 3IeesI said yesterday that they would remain
Noh wa- m n 6 good health should prevent sicek- In Hopklasville until the General As.
V ig W N, Mrt m o maIm Instead of letting themselves get semably adjourns. Assistant Sergeant-
Mat W i m Ma. W. Ua ilek aad them A try toeure It. So bog
al ft. MB uL. -a Mary 3nx. tomaeh ia a healthy and active coam- --TS-
Me was embaitabmrtgto Mr. 4dities yee wOn't get stek. Ballard's
I ^ km in eSsebr. 154. a an sMiehm relieves es=inlatlon, icute
as w. e~r e J. A. M Se -dasteoumek. and bowel troe The good-will, kindest
ki8 p* tChei- e mM.he es of each ofcer and 4
* -e ew. Ta par part a her OttsM f orMt5Mbi AP y hr Sp and you will always fin
It1s -m=I i had hess sipt in th is 6 *laetil*im.
mm ad he se e tha learned Notice i hereby giveS that, at the our banking rooms.
ea t 1n -ue a -I eiu ead tlee ebureb ruslar seesson of the Legtilature of
O H SI a a bi t ore a e th tate of Florida. eonvenin at Tal. Make our place headq
*h p in WI sihrt whie of her lahasmee i April. A. D. 190. applica-
we dems e, uon wul be made for pecia iegi. nience afforded to nmial
wMh lm inhais getma* have bees Uoi for the Town of Newberry. and agreeable to those
1 Ja rewasin d et as pa l bearers ad AJlachua county. FTorida, giving It a
e Jea. met at aI Mitaking parlors of special charter, providing for It's gov-
gIa a. MA an at 1 o'etuek today: 8. J. ernment and prescribing Its jurladica
S. kMtot. D.J. M. AJerm A. M. on and powers thereunder THE GAINESVILLE
3dg su a. M. B. asadeir A. O. Col- TH GS I


imant

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remedy for
gia, or any
the muscles


M0 t &A.
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in Kentucky


at-Arm Teaman is keeping them ea-
der eurvefllase.
The Seastor assert that their sale
object la breaking a gqorm is to pre
vest Repblican legislator from par-
ticipatiag In the election of Democratle
primary election ooammIslmoer
Read the weat da. nl today oaw


OEUW


rummll


regards and best w
director of the Ba
id a cordial welcome


uarters-. very con
ke our place plea
who call to see us.


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The Gainesville Sun









n oal ur at eitrrut Aof e tUw o *I-
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Liniment.
; the placeof massage and
)lastcrs. It penetrates-
rough the skin and muscu.
bone, quickens the blood,
and gives permanent as
ef.


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THE OAINESVILLE SUN: MARCH 4,1909


pTALKSOF
mA nIe


Ip IN NATIONAL CAPITAL
pAWT SEVERAL WEEKS.


.* us., na nt .Bilding
gpsmef UnUeW the PrNOnt
H A let*** 1 tt*

0 eeee*0eee eeeee0
*l**i le will have the band- *
a4d best public building *
Egsid ,uder the present ad *
"-8. F. Hampton. *

w tmmi secretary of the
oard aof Trade, who has
on for the past sev-
we assisting 1a the fnal ad-
df the new Federal build-
areineMd and talks nterest-
f work SOom to eomencci .
IgM4or fnisblhngs of this
asa W Mr. Hampton. "will
f- iNm- tone and will pre-
pip e appearance. It being
to is the rough and fully as
as m arble, but not quite
p1w that work could be con-
seeusary to make some
but It will In no way deter
t sumbstantiabillty of the build-
1M- wll take up the entire ap-
WM tof $150,000.
ifbtertior Is to be finished up with
|walcoal ting, brass and
and when completed will be
throughout, being a building
gl @Morles and basement and run-
zjl i12n feet over all.
e has also been an additional
of $25,000 asked for
It scored. will be used to pur-
ruliture for the building, and
isd amount a very fine article
A sb-tliNs be purchased."


1, fMM be studied by every parent.
11r chid Nis nervous, fretful, starts
b sen p, is pasty faced, has rings
he eyes, always seems hungry.
H e o is worms. White's Cream
to an absolute cure for
Is it's own purgative. Sold
jWV. M. Johnson.
@smmlsieners In lalee .
,am On&da' s mayOun:
UO W48uW monthly meeting of the
4 f Coaaty Commissioners is
98W Ie sNion with the full member-
f elenWt. It will be a couple of
0 bitore they complete their la-
4 bt nothing of especial Interest
ill M uP before the meeting.

IAlis HMoey and Tar cures coughs
WOe, streogthens the lungs and ex-
p ab Get the genuine nla a yel-
W Iacsage3. W. MeCollum & Co.





DOLLAR



WATCH


THE NEW


INGERSOLL


Str-swruhi


Guarantued to keel) good
time for one year. Nickv.!-
plated an I (Gun Meta' .cas..s


IiERSOLL JUNIOR
Extra thin mol. An i.x-
c lleit tilie-pit-*i. ( ti1 ,
Metal, (;old awl, Nic.k,.-
plated ca.- 5 S2.00. .AI
guara tiit.,I tu gir t...ati.-f.'-



SHARDWARE CO.
Wheisle and RetaiL


The mere fact that


SClt's Eanlsa
is universally recom-
mended for Consumption
Is proof positive that it is
the most energizing and
strengthening preparation
in the world.
It warms and nourishes,
it enriches the blood, stops
loss of flesh and builds
up. Get &






FARES 9WING OFw
So m am" gmime, dmm i n

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Ff D $1.50 9CRATE

CABSAGE MARKET RUNNING SKY-
WARD AND PLEASES FARMERS.

Business Men and Grewers Alike


Happy Over the Condition of
This Healthy Market.


Prom Tuesday's Dally Sun:
The truckers of this section have
Just cause to be happy over the sub-
stantial Increase In the cabbage mar-
ket.
Buyers in this section are now of-
fering $1.50 for the vegetable f. o. b.
and It Is believed that this price will
be raised within the next few days,
as the Northern market is showing
firm, the salts being around $2.50 and
ui.P
At the best, very few of tne grow-
era ever realize much more than a
living out of the various vegetables.
but it looks as If the cabbage crop will
be their salvation this season, with
the cukes and 'lopes yet to be heard
from.
This will prove gratifying news to
the numerous businees men who have
advanced money on this crop. and It
will also assist in the local trade as
the money that will be realized for
this particular Item alone winl be
quite large.

LETTER TO ROYAL COOK,
Gainesville. Florida.
Dear Sir: The real test of a paint
is how many square feet will a gallon
otf t cover? Aad all the paints swear
they covet 300 square feet two coats.
Mildly. they prevaricate.
L H. Ferchaud. builder, 1108 Dupre
street. New Orleans, covered 1900
square feet with three gallons Devoe
last year; and paints all his jobs De-
voe. That's how the tale gets to us.
He doesn't say whether one or two
coats; If one. there's nothing wonder-
ful in it; If two. they must have very
small feet in New Orleans.
Pevoe doesn't stop at 300 feet; but
over 600! Most paints, we suppose,
can be stretched to 3u0 feet, but
they're mighty tWial; tht'y ovut-r will1
I.-* o t L 0
When N. R. 'Vatki'la. Lott. Texa.,
paint.- hi.-i hoJi ,.fort., took 113
gallons; l a gallus. That shows
the strength of the paints.
W. II. McCluiney painted a house
in Cr)stal Springs. il>s.. to test two
pure painti; one coat 6 gallons Devoe;
the other coat It gallons of a New
O()rleani paint That how s the-
f (' ital fth of th .a t l' -
Surfaces differ; one tak.-* more.
another takes lc- Ik *(oe cover
nllol-" than ainy oth.r rpailnt two tI
on' Ill the ca.e of half the paints lut
how' uiai it covr., w.- donllt know
till il i*. the irf.an
Y >iir truly
.:, F \W I)EA*) & Co.
1' S T.- (;.ainu. ~ll,' iHardware
('0) 11 our i1.nii'

Completed Their Busaness.
From Wednesdays IDaily Sun:
l|he, .,,i. z,t hS> ,l' l.,r.tl w 'A iln
T S r I.i, t 'ellal"t
i. I I .t T, I 'i ,J,., si I t I t *I

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,.f 11 h.t. I '* 1" 1, 1 j j I im,. tl It'

'tGrultt, Ma>ur, Guard. Kars


ALACnA EPTIES

PROVE VERY ACTIVE

TRAIL NOEGRO TO GEORGIA AND
BRING HIM BACK.

Nogro Has An IlluMtriou NamW anl
Chargd ed Two DIfer-t
Cn o wu so fa =~ II

from Tuesday' Dally f m:
Deputy Sbert.b 3. MaromWy ad
W. C. Hague of Alaehm have added
new laurels to their records by tral.-
ing a negro from Alaches to Savannah
and succeeding In briangtg him back
to meet Justce.
The nearo, John D Bolt, had form-
erly been arrested by Depy Mar-
clonny, who placed him e an od barn
band-cuffed ever alght, but the nC
succeeded to naemase~rto i maklg
his escape, and It was the determine
tio of Mr. Marelmay that he be -
captured, and with te aseitane of
Deputy Hague they loved their
man to Savannah.
The a m was a vaMobi oma"dl i-
asmuch as he was wanted n two
charges of embeslement, which deed
was committed in auwannae coity
and tt is understood that omm r-
ward was out for his appr-aliM.
Deputy Sheri B rtoM also pted
up another valuable man Monday
evening. having caught Stewart Do-
Vaugh near Rochelle. He was wanted
by the oficoere of Oseoola county, the
charge against him belg salt.

A Religleus Authebm Sftatemet.
Rev. Joseph H. Pespermas. Sales-
bury, N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was afflicted with kidney trouble aad
last winter I was suddenly stricke-
with a severe pain in my kidneys anad
was confined to bed eight days unable
to get up without assistance. My
urine contained a thick white sedi-
ment and I passed same frequently
day and night I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum & Co.

Marriage In Smith Gainmille.
Rev. 8. B. Rogers Sunday united ina
holy wedlock Mr. Wa. Scott to Mrs.
Saphrona Jones, the happy event oe-
curing at the bome of the bride in
South Gainesvlle. The bride has ev-
ed here for a number of year and
has a large number of friends, while
the gentleman has alaed an extensive
acquitntesce during his resides|
here. The best wishes of their
friends go with them that their wed-
ded life will be a happy one.


I


STONACI AGONY


Abolish the Cause, and Misery and Die-
tres of Indieoalno Will Vanish.
Can indigetion be cured? Hun-
dreds of thousands of people who suf-
fer from belching of gas; biliousness.
sour stomach. fullness. nausea, short-
ness of breath, bad taste in mouth.
foul breath, nervousness and other
distressing symptoms, are asking
themselves that question daily.
And If these same doubting dybpep-
tic* could only read the thousands of
-incere letters from people who once
suffered as badly as they do now, but
who have been quickly and permauent-
ly cured by the use of Mio-na. the
mighty d).>-ilpsla remedy that cures
by rt-eol iig the ca-use. they would go
to J. W McCollum & Co. this very
day and get a large box of Mi-ona
tablets, and start themunhes on the
right road to he alth at once
Tihe. rice of tl -o-ia tablets is only
S" (-tits, and J WV McColluui & Co.
guaraite- th'lu to curt indige-rtion. or
|li l:t-l l t lt L
Thin or lIain or arra'A ey pioil'-l Illl
fi Il t Mn -t-lSna ma ilkr of 11,-h and
blood I. auise t a>uitth li-t ,-titiitach
to tt ri(t un r- nuiutrit ut laid ti r ffrtn
i hi ll'.jil. lilth i .jii 'kl> I nritth,.- Il...



HYOME



CURES CATARHI ASTHMA.
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am myuw. SJdl and Hi.h ba
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stlled the BURDICK CASH REQIPIB
BANKS. Ths little anlk r
amounts put into them and rhow yo thd
amount you have in them at alltims






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THE GAINS ILLI SUN: MARCH 4, 1909


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PITIS WiiM A


1 UmesTOP.
W hemsowed or


bn M ni help
me w~m boosam" 0
a IS ua tba rP-

&a- m dwAwto aso% ad
=IL I mnwtoaI"

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Oda@u -IbI~ grwy
baI mu m

ibn and a Isome="


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4w s$so* om bet n lI

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ft Ud ftq"I bdu
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OF


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so RON
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BOND*-
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ha fo oe dg'- "to
0. Imme n to Me
mI dim yewss n 1tr a I
a "- 5 s__ ,A_ hibees
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r me r I blave eo add latth ree
wSd ofb & a sms. have* bees a al
116ss glglm tf Makid mad atmrested,
Shave a year thed total fher tohe
who doae wr k a anMt e71..aw

pw- nI beam aso~ 6;er "o
Oakn o-l retipts of the ism
ora w rely h mm. I am glad to
Sam So te have shewn a Gattering
ftinsame &b year. the total for the
W Andseal r 190 benga almost $71.M,0
I & ad MAr ls bAdt eight months of the
w s pome" t fem year are more than
"U KM I do net e at credit for this
im haI tbnlass to b ee; much of it would
I i MN Mve bee brought about through the
Sbeo a*ral growth of the port. but clit
SU tm thme fets to show that I have striven
OMeaoIn i *every way possible to nlacrease the
Sem- auM e e of* the office and the -pol-
O.m--n.1 ties whieh I hold.
S Oi 1br e ciosnga I feel that I Should
S a 0 thOat durtna all these years I have
ibes treated with kindness and cour-
b m toy by all those who hate had official
m "It. es1ies with the otice, and have not
* had mapleasart contact with anyone
p md fo IN the eity.
S i"l a eonmuan. permit me to thank
you algat for the trust Imposed. and to
wis h you. as you ad your official ca
e ef this eer. a hearty Godspeed and kmal life "


Prohibition


in the Arkansas House


ArchMbip Parley of New YTrk t
at Mimi. -
New sidewalks are the order of the
day at a"t Meade.

Many ew bellows are beian
b-lt I Sesbfeese.

Miam bhet" wre taed t fln a-
PA wU h WriNtW

Tieves have made their appearmsee
in Mubherry I hrts members.

Dode eomty R w beasts oa ever i
mies of hrdE maaadamind reads.

The FiSH" $a" Pnes Aow esiha
n moeet to St. Agtbi as March
M and s. --


The GeV iomdb e!e
adortos I eblosh a btom
SL Peberebers


. --meis
1--baati


ewi weroe pto- a feeoed their
seeapO en a slo .- s ane em
a1561 reoe .*

A Chiaege eya1s 1 .rg03ed1
to m aet o ualm d Gmeaser
M warem poW n mwear Fmme

ht -M b rb hdred sand
slafty-sr bunges" ha"e bees em"ted
In JaiknoPvdie 01 00 rwet "are
Is 1"w. -
Pleming AppOya of Late City
has bee appoated a page to the Na-
tMt Hese of RepreestatOlves for
the seessm.

"Bose boats" supplying the work-
men at the camps along the Key West
exteRsis with 3Ber are easing a
great deal of trouble.

Lt. Augustie Is shortly to have a
sew dry doek sad beat repair yard
wMhih w be able to take care of aay
beaft plyrt their water

There wvm a larg and repreeents-
tve audeeee at the concert given In
Palm Beab for the beneot of the
Joseph Jeferse maoumet.

As the rensut of the reeast conm
fereace held at Tapa by the orange
growrs e of lerMu a committee of
seTea vwil soM o to Catforala for
the, purpose ot specting adi41tions

Death h removed 0. L Coffee
frtw the rmea of the law. He died
In St. Lake's Heepital Into Jaekonvle.
He was wanted for the killing of a
segro w as toRiverside about two
mnoths am
hnterprising residents of St. Peters-
brg are planning to raise sufficient
espital for the erection of a large
tourwit botl to that city to cost not
teeN than $100,00. Tke plans are be-
lug prepare.

Ard of Jackson Introduced a bill to
prohibit the manufacture or sale of
soda water and other soft drinks.
The OGan bill provides that liquor
may only be sold by druggists for
such purposes as art. mechanical.
medicinal and similar use. and that
wines may be sold to churches for
sacrament.
A spirited contest In the Senate is
promised when the bill is taken up
by that body.


Gene to ReMt.
HAWTHORN. March 3 -Madaline..
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. New-
ton Coleman,. departed this life at
Micanopy. PFla. Feb 16 aged four
months and nine days. She was the
flrst born ouf thl happy young co':;'!
and At l6 but unturail that their ;r, '
should be t re t She wam a bsa.iutiful
and interesting child and a pet of
everyone who knew her She never
seeetud happlier than wheu be 'iWi
heeled over the streets In her little
(arriage Kind friends. with the' be'-t
of me-dical skill. adtmilnitered to her
e r l etdl but suer Hau lor t-.lil
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SIN1 U vEm NUS UP


By say First-Class Mail Ord-r
Houe. If your dealer does not handle
It, write as diet Smay Brook Diem
i! Co.. J.eereos Co.. Ky.


REVENUE DEFICIT IS


BECOMING ALARMiI


y


(By Tav, Speal Correepodent The Dally Sun.)


WASHINGTON. March -Becauee
of the unparalleled etravagance of
the Roosevelt '-tbistratlo Uncle
Iai will probably be forced to resur-
rest some war-time taxes to put the
sunaces of the Government on good
tootta.n
Durt"g January the deficit was near-
ly $1,00e.,00. This brlns the delcit
hus far in the fiscal year up to $719.
814.443. Official Agures do not sustain
the position of the Republican lead-
en that the increased deetit is due
"entirely or chiefly" to the reduction
it the national income because of
slackened commercial activity. They
Indicate the decit is due more to an
crease of expenditure than to a de-
cline of revenue.
Durng the trot six months of the
fiscal year. which ended last June 30.
the total treasury receipts were $317.-
412.629. There were only $291.422.-
8" during the first six months of the
Escl year now current which shows
a falling off of $23.9*.764. But the
expenditures during the correspondlng
writods -ere $324.615.059 and $357.-
N13.374 re..',ectively. This is an In-
crea e of exiwediture of $30.J1.8.315.
which a.otuuata. fur substantially more
than half of the actual deficiency.
The deficit for the present iscal
year threatens to run up to 13'1.Oo..-
000. and the def t i of the next Afical
year. according to Secretary of the
Treabur) Cortelyou. will be ery cl ,le
to the sum of $143.4a.,ii. o Thi,
dothiil't aln that the Un'lte'd Stlate-


atlos with great care. If the
and Means Committee fall to
for Income and Inheritance tauS
Democratic leader will formally m
a provision for such legislate ti
serted when the matter comes
the House.
Here is the program that has
definitely been worked out by lft
publican managers, to meet the
nue situation: To impose a t a
cents a pound on coffee. wkhk
estimated would produce anmoaa
proximately $27.0o.4.0,0; a tax d
cents on tea. prodielng $nr 11
to Increase from $1 to 2 l taetl
revenue tax on beer. per bearrd
duclng 4)0,0O,Oo00; total increl
sight. $97,.oU.mwo.
The Democrats believe the ta 1
the breakfast table i. thoroushW
popular with the country and M
In principle. The' l:o b heliee
the country Is mor' than #,.%r ia i
of the incora.e an.,l intl .r: iae e
which would call ullon the- liep
wealth more than those -hlo 10
give assistance i n standing ic|ld
exipenmes of the (;iv rfinle.I't
On this l saue thi. Im rK't'r
ready to me.. defe'.t onti(i the'
the House If necet..sar% :i thA I
their cr. r ,o the' rc untr i it i
('ongre.o-aonal 4,he. tiii T I.. bl)
that they hate itht- {*' .i!, bl
lessly *itj a hole" on t1 ir.i;
They ate waking ,!.li- tl
1ioht care, and KR'putilie.>i. Jhol;
what Is Og inig Ott ..tlnit fr-.kly
are worri.-d


(io~ermuvae'it 6~ on thtie erge of bAuk. Noat onily art. t tic 1Ici
uptlie A et the fa ll, i'', 'f le ou t f 1) Iiicite .i I'n


a f'A ai,11.1iei 14i i ee' itio ofit 14e14.' thai l eetI cu of I.' I'-' i it
mat-. 1t1iu ,, A i t1giih n ii, celel ii, Ak, 'r'~' Wi e i oaert it 1_ '

It ua-a .t firk-trunaitre'ei Anduelit.,%% it ifie e ie- eraigm.d I 11,e 1 111
In bt-lim z't4 d l i.-i a (rt~iit)t thlitt Ihe' it ib evlut Arij dcI l a d:
WeA % 1 c i t'r li d %I e 1lice (t% hill r. 11,t 111' 4n-n s~ : n' ,.i
t Itiv .it- Ili h41 e- t.) o I. It i~e cI ulu i eit14011. W*'t_ 41011 .: 1 j it I


i -- w W iW, *d6 ftrL id thtI m UtIit fer of .uh I til lih, iIt Alell I..0 e h ,j,,
3 "' L kit 11,i>i >of he;leti i ('haut1 ('lark ael d hici a *. it- li,
C; ,51 oUI0. gl.l. March l.-The any attempt to cntiUuue further bul I1. r l.ti.l ,b.e l.id i. r ,t ... Ik nauratic leadership bl,.. t .,,,,,.
O n$ r 1W taory saee and adjourwd. t'. Hasthorn C.nieter. In Iti., pr and inheritance taxes to iet fai lIre'f.r
p passed he The passage of the bill followed the nce- or kind and Jutlan friends Weei, able to Impoing duti.e on heIecaIi, i.,
f M o1m O h wmo a e a N of the Simpson substitute nut. dear par'ats; little Madalitle i which the Republican party weuld
asa" OM pMeMN al, prevom for subiltitoa. which at ded. but arae ft the arms of really like to do.
SWil -|* M la Ike a ie oaf 44 to a. Jee5s uWaUig sa vwecia fur thee ei mmtatve Cirk and his eao4
4w f U the Ki t Mr. FRIMEN. l have bees e .


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sly Liberty aell." year The
U a"d The .the od Co I
em pear ....... ISO

WO WO Not scoet samps.of


do not be eing every thatbody Cohas
Johna Rockefeler.













SDileyo Mthn to the tariff.nd
be will at ektill be dows.
j e@t aar. ad theator out de fhis


8 ta o th oly $1.80man everworthofwool
a% # salt of clothes it might
M Idea to geted out the old looms
wtnr to homoespnea.

o go has declared war on Harri-
3 Orego@ is not careful It win
p esme morning as anoincon-
way station between Seate


A T ew rack has been discovered It
o e ld Uberty Bell." says The
1 EMxprees. StIf the old Con-
t remainrupves many raeks ahead
nearest competitor.

Bryua does not believe that Cr;.
Sto do their anything to the tariffhem.
".W. lltr it will at least blow
dot aofppt,and that's a good deal for
J e mtulany elCongressne atod these










the desre and ailit t tak
er Knox I s the regionly man ever
m l0 Iltl5n elected to a Cabinet office
S Mand hose of Congress. but a
Na Secretary Gallatin was
Srasovery elected by the Senate toat
M lS oaIn the Cabinet.

The Texas Legislature has before it
8 forbidding profanity over the
that perad. f the long dlitane ofA te
S v- fvotled witephone girl furannot
P*eMt eruptive language mere law
Vil be but a vain vexation of 418rt.

Whem people learn to rely uponI
SOr to do their thinking for them.4








Ssudpport, they urk f are sure to lo
hvi sality, self relianceo anid cu Ir-








e.s if jealousy. coldness and in


mmldeiatene..s exilit But an hurtibli-
hAia. silarsely furtias.td. will be-
OIA01oruled ab ihalo a ol'ai.tee, b ;t
10I 1aUis wanad ifIft;%.. .izia'h
Ndbelptultie~s-a dt ell th rt.

Itis %tll itl. ...k .. L.. ....


far failed to produce.

HUNTING ON ENCLOEtD


LAND.


The Sun Is requested by a subscrib-
er near this city to publish the law
against hunting and fishing on en-
closed premises, complaining that a
gentleman residing in Gainesvllle re-
cently entered his field with his gun
and dogs. and when he (the owner)
protested he was politely informed
that If he objected to hunting in his
field he should post the same. It
seems that the sportsman knew what
he was talking about. and all farmers
who object to hunting on their lands
should post the same. All that Is re-
quired is three signs bearing the in-
scriptlon: "No hunting (or fishing)
allowed an these premises." signed by
the owner or agent.
Following is the law our friend re-
quebts 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-
iously obtained, or. without such
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
STen days' notice by poster to be post-
ed at at last three different and con-
spicuous places around the enclosure.
shall be given by parties wishlng to
avail themut'elv'e of the benefit of this
section "

Did that head-on collision at Tampa
collide! We have seen no report of
it -Ilron-on Timent-l e.mtocrat.
That it Just what has been troub-
liliK The Journal From all e (canl
iIAke out those. da-t:trdly Jaickonville
boosterrs iilTrcetl.l the- l on their% snatih Iflo about it
lirothe r I ..inA right'" '. i-..iA ola. Jour-
nal
It I- tI-te r tlhaI It tie ll.I-tilAn Itas
not '* ull.< off at I 11 a tha. ll-I le
htr t, d ,,tl h latill *a'e t -h l. e r llh-
tra~te 1 ii tha* pual~ie.1' La'. 'n isa ll.-


do butI Prehti' lw t Icoaleeaha j airitielal No; mwle \i-- CI It-1 4
bo IkearlY tha-e viti-littha.') did) ,cc ita-Vinfar -n'a11" .1 *' 9.1 !",~
W A Pecauli~ar Il-Ijise e atof P- I iti j-1-4!o.,t %4,
go" 1ii11*the % aide c.,tc If*' t ,2l~ aa .f' ~ ~ cc
kfrtat* i'ta'atea 1 al, n I s ~ f t- I~c ~.'T"
LAmde(n l enIll a


OW thi, atarlc *- 'Ir*~
4" 12 1 Is. ftrmir atk iIs II.mi
bil fur 1leb,-, i I pe" n -~.- "
Whlue thait forui.40l 14-4 kaeif.414. it U) 4
of afrs. the, hiat ll i .'ac11),14 li c
to Iieacribe hlquor nae~re, .t
Wut that oa"I. oak-,


tI t a-c1,i 114.4 ,041 c l uI ait


big brothe.-toI' iUU41tu~IAu',tsia bh


The Doctors rst Question
"How are youar bowes?" Thi M I in 4
don the doctor asks. He what a m
meas. He ow what a i cct
result from comtipate. L e 10 0 M
attacksb b-d afton, ukr bb"d. and amrd
deblity are often promptly relwved by a goed wr pE.
We wish youwold talk with yr m docr ar
this subject. Ask him at the e he o d NInn
of Ayuvs Pak Do a he safs L C.


CALLING A HALT.

An emouraging manifestation of the
grownlag reaction from unreasoning ag.-
tat Ion against organized business of t I,'
last few years appeared in a prhamble
ar.d resolutions Just adopted b) tic
I',!!anapttis HWoard of Trade. Aft r
p'* nting out that common carrier.. to.
gitber with our great manufacti.rlt~
i.duptries. constitute the Iril',- I
purchasing and consuming Int, r-.',.
bevldes being the largest tmployrrs of
ltaor. and that leWaslatlon to restrict
th-ir ability to make purehbane and
gi.e employment to waU -&;L.'
-)>uld be detrimental to the cfm'i -
good. the resolutokns appeal to *,he
Legislature "to refrain from enacting
I gialation that will inevitably resuh
In curtallnR the ability of such com-
prnles In their efforts to exted i,".
carry on their business and overcou.m,
the depression that they have labored
under for the last year. beltev'n *I-.t
If this request is complied with it will
in a great measure help to restore gen-
eral business coeltsiom In this state
and a .the eatre country."
ThUis tterance is an appeal to rea-
aon, and expresses a sentimet which
is daily growing stronger. The tardl-
no*e of the business revival is due
no doubt n considerable degree to the
uncertainty as to what is to be done
in the matter of tariff revislo, but it
is probably attributable In large meas-
are to the fear of oppreaslve and In-
comoeeved legislation.
Natural conditions throughout the
country are Indisputably eoqd. but
we cannot afford to embarrass he de-
velopment of productive enterprise by
subjecting it to arbitrary and repress-
lve laws in States where further de-
velopment is most urgently needed.
The Indianapolls Board of Trade
sets a good example for other powerful
commercial organizations throughout
the country. b milar and concerted ac-
tion by such bodies might accomplish
results which otner agencies have thus


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ON MARRIED LIFL

Occasitoally some womia with s
called new Ideas on fe seeks to en-
lighten society on marriage and the
bome. This is what Mrs. Lelie Car-
ter bas jaut dose. She od-emn msr-
rage as being od fogesyth mad obeo
ote., that childrene are a suleance and
domestic reutise a bore, sad that In
these -progressive times" -- defend
the -"parke of eyes" and wi aft be
content with oe womansI a hbose.
And as for wom anshe Isoa fool Itf s
devotes herself to mse man, especially
when there are suche "brillat opper-
tunitles" before her.
Mrs. Carter Indulges la a lot more
of sueh nmwholeome and tray ad-
vice. but her reputation a an actreee
and as a ehampiou of Salome i tos
most repulalve prentattIom prevents
her opinions havi any weight ex-
cept with the class to which she be
longs. Every same per believes a
Juat the things she code-mas and the
vast majority of marriages are happy
even as are the great majority of
American homes. Mrs. Carter simply
represents a little ftroth that is upon
the surface and which Is only notice-
able just because It is froth and dis-
plays Itself. Domestle life In this
country almost universally goese oa in
tranquil, wholesome fashion without
making an exhibition of Itself.

LET US S THANKFUL.

The eventful administration of Pres-
Ident Roosevelt ends today. The voy-
age of the past four years has been
a rough and stormy one-the country
being in the position of the crew of a
strong bark buffeted here and there
by the billows, and not knowing what
moment they may be cast upon the
rocks and their vessel smashed to
pieces. It has been a period of wwreat
for everybody, and all are thankful
that Roosevelt is succeeded by a man
of judicial temperament, sound judg-
ment and special itaes for the high
office to which the people have called
him. It is expected that Mr. Taft
will be a prosperity President. His
assumption of admln stratIon is greet-
ed with universal confidence, and
there is nothing la his characteisto
expect of him anything else than would
come from a well-mesaning. progre
sive President, ambitious to bring bet-
ter days and a new era of progress.
Mr. Roosevelt himself says of his sue
crt;Pr:
"No man of better training, no man
of more dauntless courage. of common
sense and higher character ever come
to the Presidency than William How-
ard Taft"

It was altogether fitting that the of-
ficial welcome home of the American
fleet should be given on Washington's
birthday It was during the revolu-
tion in which he was the central fig-
ure the foundations of the navy were
laid and Paul Jones gained his brill-
last victory with the Honhomeme Rich.-
ard over the ierapia. Ho great has
been the progress in the sise and con
struction of warships since that fam-.
oup encounter that the Bonhomnime
Ifhard would seem no more than a
eockbusoat alonaide of Admiral 8per-
r) tlagd>hlp And it is no exaggera-
tion to ra> that any one of the bat
tlieships' that has just finished its
(cruise c uld hla'o fought and beaten
the whole- I:ritlsh navy as it existed In
the timet of (,*' rge. Ill

A Chicago statesiman wanti. to ha'te-
an obligattor> liret-f to the- itIuas of
all mnii thadt will hor he-lthe r thls-
.ir. i0.1 l ti-c) < tl I or ialhel re Ill til s


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the 8I nliaf lbit < he \ Ire ,
ruanialatiu siauffer on i .. I 1


TIDI CL AI


OQ A.W Mauh L-Tho abeo M
was entered ame tsms breday or
benday g a n V wan rbbed at
ampoe as wMoHiwc w or -aev-
wral hundred & I rs; the ena ament
wII prebabsly st be aew r m-
oral days. Oa opesM adgs osne N
day memis rMr. oGmm a ma- as
tiot Ingreatl hamse dmehe im
th0 thieves had pad Us a iVL
Mr. Gald- beIMevoes fmt
mount sae "bme e- asornso MfitI
ine wbes be edseo d d op 1
night, as -n eofO d.eda or wI-
dows were bsas open. T t k I=

ter sut fet- in whl h S mId
OR thder p e. ita e-a wi
Were o 12eaukseac h adid n he

cotng and ohdr weeong -
the Inae of seeed eight ws a
Which w e valgda at M



The a artritles ane makig ai
gest searchh f the 0"lts.

WALDO NOTS

WALDO. March $.-Nathan P. Ca
them was inajed by the breaking o
a clamp on the tolly wire used In
skidding e press ad ei nbeag re
by the rebound of the lin, and Il
goasequence is under treatment In a
hospital in Jacksoville. The last
account msd be was I rovb g. MNo
interest is fet by his may Mfnd In
his misfortune.
J. A. White hs perehseden e O aa
amd lot formerly tohe hones t W
Greon. ear the Methadit me aeh, -d
is occupying It.
Th fe ottfe Davl Jeaaa, a well
do called womas died drateepy e
Sunday. Her ftneral wuas e roger at
tended.
After bes OIse fronm the ip Rev.
D. L. Branalg as able to i ivs
regular apphiunmat nda"y moomin
and the pastor wpreahed at night at
the Methodist churcb.
Mrs. John Rollins has beeo quite I
for som time, sad her friends are
anxious on aceount of her condition.
Mrs. John P. MEtens has retuered
from a visit to the fair and to re
tves in Tampa.
D. licks is out again after asI
ses of tSeveral days.
Percy Packham has purchased te
W. V. Paschall. Sr.. residence and
moved ton e the let last
Prof. Bryant and wife have moved
to the cottage near Husgh Wiliams.
om the south side.
Jack Beasley is with relatives here
from the south to recuperate from an
illness of me length.
Mrs. W. V. Pasheball and ss have
moved to Lukeas, where Mr. Paschal
Is in business. The Panehall family
are the oldest residents of the town.
Dr. Paschall moved here from North
Carolina before the Civil War and
practiced medicine for many years.
The fourth generation now keep up
the family name. For the lrst time
In over fifty years not one of the fam-
ily lives here.
While the earlier peaches were
killed off the trees by the late cold
spell there will be a good crop of the
later varieties torn is up and grow
ing Ti' e rite r hai.- i,,tauto Irr,'
re I S, ,**- t't olt


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WpmemOs VAMlANCY.

Ale~d That e AlaapIte to KINm te
oi Wi Wfte wen s Knoaewa
N a Pallm r.p

Pilm We!e1mrnay SW:
De-ptW berl I. k SItOl 0a es
sm asmed white ma, prwememl
*aot M ar yeir f mode was

Neo week whI* he ams t wth the
par in the mms.
The depey MSesm Stt Ams as the
nod emmeme g the t idak i thet

.. -0 sde au me wIel l
drto staes ~ot eMIa i had
ma s s mw tos o -m i gam d
md Was Is the set l ntarl a l-pas
er" at him whe vbe al sOt wa
led oat ionded his iI
The primer was am t up Iburm
Grew move mehw an awo of
vmaew lor a men iao mim e,
W haO Wml NenWed a mrt while
whm he wa m lket, ne ehI lead o
belbwe havng hem ~ pleeI ls hiS
ammk tesu.g a be helm bem
Swhis his eatls arieIe.






A ilre brash bler is to he tSe
eath WMags hr SleOrL

PUSta Gords is premised an e ei
ight pleat by the 15th of May.
-- m
The bee eley erap ever aow in
ahlSt is moving NerthwaL. There
will hbe ever ityt as mof e ry dhp
ped ths week.o


ead aWhileyr at th 9lweed
illl!l teas o ha ,d OnMakt reeet w it a Punleth hlet

l i B. B ombe mme e beoat eas The e endg an was at
i *al es a-. the by e by Mhm ana d the partea
I i am will nebMWver he moe .
"films Y ito me phe e
SaIS. _Onine the do @66 I W. lhm s eA JsdmnRvMe, J. .
8 -Mr li eey Al;aander al DLA a, W. A. MeWiW
"s ma l e _a_ -ee hams ot St. A n e, d L carte.o
W tt O Glmnesvle dand L lK Rebertunl
am em lsw ae mme oaAVp Oak ammgning the amd* nt
IMI aend o r thoe speah"Mp fi be D ne at

m bnwone bem ,m n he tr

S O_" .s.aM --.. ; .a wafs d J fILoa ml. w *ro<
be iOiad &9ft ruuI.1 a 4 O4 M C bl and a ta *Mad
iu g mve d that sper cmpany 6 Jacksonveile, was found
lowas" _m ". 1 maWdead amday morning at the hot a
1W dem lSe bed ma April k18th wheo Market street with a ballet hole Ii
Lto m aeg e ersl e am to be elect is head. Wbhethe he ended ime iU
to MaW, marshal, aotlector, a- by comiltata saciMde or was toul
u e etad wa trefaser, four me memrdeed is a qesti e that will nove
Mas of e ome to serve or two years, he answered.
ad me mem board pubi works
Fp t dlt of v years; w eb wasp mple remedyy forLa
Slagrippe sem s am dam rswoua
they hfquetly develop Into pnesumo
t hr an 11dt0n1l ghbt was Is. Ileyes Honey and Tar not only
hw ed to ase ht -m mm.* stops the uMogh but heals and strength
e?1 tl Umag so that no serious reo
wm re e1e$1.Gd to a1 sIts ned be fe d. The genuine
Upon moeti of Aermas Burnett Voeys Homey and Tar contains c
e, r- to ,ooks wer order d harmful drugs and is to a yellow pack
reedl s"IdtNot of Sick a "age. Rfus subsUtitutes. J. W. Mco
he pu eblsso the mdli to meet in tCoum & Co
eaMt- smioa ma AM2l 2. at 7:30 p.
i.t to bhrw a omlante. The straw ballot on the question of
The mar Oa drain pipes for Me- boding St. Johns county for good
i ~ t was r fod to the pre- roads, which is being conducted by
Went of the e oC c to obtain Ples Tbe St. Augustine Record. is not
em the wdifemat asonltraefr relative proving very successful. Inasmuch as
M OM wk mad 1 0 th 1 counlM very few of the qualifld voters have
The nbi$et building a culvert taken the trouble to ote.
over Sweetwater branch as Mechalei
saruter ru ld to the street com.
sekt wams erred tote d o tohe&~ co How can any person risk taking
mte to InveUlgate a nd report to" r l w -
mome uoAknuwu cou, h r..nwdy whtn
the o t meeting of council. r u s Iluty anid Tar costs t1them no
Sanbridg e at the coer of Orange more? It is a safe remedy, contains
streetsand Oak avenue was referred
to C. M. Dell to plaela. ood od1 -o harmful drugs and curts tlb' most
o. C eobhstlna e coughis and colds. Why ex.
UT0 q1to n of trim nla the oak pertiment with your health? uasisnt
quse UlilhaJiils the" lutui" vFulvy bl" ot
troes around the court house. square y nud Tar Jg W h er.. allum, a t' ,
was erred to th. street committee
to loAk after .I it ti- 0 i 14t ti i r i.
t'pn motion of Alderman Itri lnuh t-- .ufd ,jrit' Frida. ii.'ht
the council adjourned to meet at 7 304) ,t s tI .rlar, s. *-l. ri .
us March :3, l ..., 'tA I -v tA- ilt l -t'.a I v, r

Foley's Kidney Rva.medy i111 cure -.
Uany case of kidney or iladde.r troublei .h r.., ,
hat lis not btyoniid the r'IIh of lel i,
6 n ('ur acks uw l i ts Irr uha s hi s i- tI
tin hat if neglect d iu1iglht rf ult it1 I,, s.su tIt Is-r.( Il-rst, --ll, ,,n
bli lt's dlseaes or diaLbti. J \\ tlh. tI, r(o14iu i ur< iu i si tivi| i i eColluma Co lA-k ,,ur drugi.-It 'for th. IL


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NMTEMN THANIPERS COM0
O SINCs P AV"'S RaPORT.

The mN t I whi ewral "moae Is
nw eat"s hea dones that prow
pr to s w mtalmly trnfts Galae.
vile ad AINlut ema ty i th ood
eld-.dnmed way, sad the many me-
tomio~hd mevemmo ft the Uoty
h,- mN det had meks to do wvth the
ative w i whIN the atfale amo hW
tig ma do
Polowilg is the et eighteen
treaIsers made tl the clerk's o3e
eta ielt PrMiay eveab a good
-nmer of thbem hb r OGlneevlle
alose.
J. B. Padgett ad wifo to I A. Coop-
or. United States to T. J. Turner. H.
C. Price and wife to J. B. ISimoton,
L. N. Martnl to lAvicy Martn,. W. R.
Thomas nad wife to Betty H. Willard,
A. 0. Utembbr& aad wife to Dolly
Roberts, J. LK Right and wife to
James M. Oraham, Margerite Nelson
to Ida Sualiva. Wm. Lt. Jaule to El&
8. Tlten, IEma Davis to Bard W.
J. Martie to W. T. verett. G. W.
Powers to rd Powers, B. Welks
to SalD 3m. John H. Pitt and wife
to I. I PItt, B. H. Alkm ad wife
to J. D. Watks, Mary L Bauey to
Ea Prator. I. 0. Wolf aad wift to O.
W. Hart.


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si Which a RKlimt Of Al
eumty Will o Awarded a
Hewerd P1e0%, an d1 CorJt" i
sed at SIUa.1L Furnihedl i
um & S0,aerd Plaoe Co., SCe,
sntstivme o- Tfhe R. &IOmwi
Miami, toe Ceteet h 1 be
TME SUN In t ha e f umf l

One $400.00 Howard Plane e
I s to the person residlag
Coaty of Alachua who reesde
highest number of votes betwea
number 1th, 1908, and 10 p. aL
15thl 10I.
ADDITIONAL GIFTS
In addition to the Plane thUm
be Issued by The Bush & flak
ano Co,, on a new 1400 Howard f
eighteen Transferable Due Bill, a
to be used as a first or laidlt
meat onm a new Howard Piano.
due blllwlU be given In thUis
eoantest as follows, to persons mi
In Alabchm County:
To the flrt six receiving thea n
the higest vote, a due bill tor
hor $20.00.
To the second six receiving tbe I
highest vote. a due bill for as
$175.00.
To tho next six receiving th I
big oet vote, a due bW for *
These due bills may be uad WI
wumers or esa be disposed of lel
ome for any value they may o
ad will be worth their mte
upon the purchase of me of theam
In the evntt of a tie for O I
oered, a prise similar so aO l
thereto will he givem each I

NHow and Where to Gt V
The following nerciants wS1
one vote for every cent paid le!
estabihmneats for goods what I
handle:
The Gainevllle Haudwsm I
Phlfer Broe.
Hyde & Teach.
Where Votes May be
Ballot boxes will be found i 1s1
tablishments of the merchants 1
votes and at The Sun omce. U
sent by mail must be directed I
Voting Contest Department Of I
San, Gainesville. Florida.
Rules and Regulations
1 The contest Is open to 11
living In Alachua county who MI
by the conductors of the a
vouched for by iome rt1utiblo -a
to them well known.
2. No employee. attached U
tive of the propri.tors of thl M
named firms are :lgihlt- to porti
in thl, contest aid uill parId
no manner.
3. In the esent ot a ulaundCl
lug between cadidla't. uTor
terested in this cont.'-t. ,uch I
very mnv be rt-ftr:d to th__
duclur. ui contest., ho alone -8
persons qualified to rnIl,.er
4. In the event a(i nidiatf
to withdraww fruit th, ra,. uc'l
date will not be a!l )5,* I tl
vot.4 to the rr.! t thT r
date in the (coiton t.
THE DAILY SUN.
old
1.25 ...... ,*
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For a c'luIt of if,. v
o 1 1 b. Tr i'i ., r 1 r

mno -. r rn 11 r '
I a19. u o,( < i'.
For club of tei, 1d 0 "'
s ,uj ithb' lnlt|!crTliti<'h- ., r.'
l ,.) 25,000 vot,.. 1.
Fur a ub ,,) s '
1 I 1 i> 0 '' ". l'
tiulta t <- h il t, !l
THE SEMI WEEKLY S.M.
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Fi s a c('lthb f
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There is no lin, .: t, i.
cluLbs ea('h < 4 t' I t tr I'
Soliciting votes by ca
friends within the stores


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U LESL ah~r(=MEMO


BENT CENSURED FOR


LEGAL AmenummsOIT
x a lea 900 tur"I~


TACK ON NEWSPAPERS

SM Bc ft Wt Set a

hsrus Precicut Lu Tis Coatry.
( Tav. Special Correspondent The Dally Sun.)
pTON. D. C.. March 1.-No men to the District of Columbia for
JUM Rooevelt's acts has trial. although not one of the men al-
e aer.,aire of (- led to havp been llht'l.ld has legal
-e thme cr- 4rt of ... W A I ..,.to1 .


Th cAlOt~l lio,. i ,... r. .:ttoiae'd hi
5 I~ctirg Lpt 1.19 a.''. mun ul tne clrIy of the pressiN


ge the Goocrsnmentl
r aainrtt newslpap1r.t
the Roosevelt ad-

w met over-etimatUn the
awments of te lead.-
of the country and of
o bere in the National
be eaWmMered thermome-
te mtlimet of the
M the President's cities
hetle to the particu.
involved.
ie President's best friends
e the greatest mistake
to attempting to drag
aad Smith to this city
regret that he ever em-
the enterprise. These
pa assert the editors were
there was grafting
with the purchase of the
but that the President
1 pmeedent that may be
.anmseding Presidents to
h eand even drive out of
gspapers that fall under
'g" The danger which
e precedent being estahllsh-
ia t. it is pointed out.
imer that may have rea-
that an investigation
-e a Into some transaction
a whether the Government
WI will hesitate to agitate
0 beeuse of the example
Isde of his critics by Pres-


eb discussion as to
prosecution will insist in
to have the defendants
So DIstrict of Columbia.
umiddast wields a strong
e fs it is argued F*d-

imb to the chief exece-
leek to him for any
PrePMdat Roose
SOsees not be In office
ts in the libel cases
bot it is believed the In-
will take up the mat
so eatgolng one leaves off.
0a the President-elect is
11W Roosevelt policies. The
believe they would stand
K forced to stand trial
oet o Columbia.
/mNkeenou it has been point-
SIn the case of Frank B.
SCharles A. Dana in 1895.
Wa then a resident of the
o alumbla. but that not one
3m a d in the indictments
B e Federal grand Jury
DiO Weashagton. Mr. Roose-
h bme is to Oyster Bay. N.
lO-In-lalaw. Mr. Robinson.
I W Tork City. President-
O lad his brother Charles
FmueMts of Cincinnati.
aI- Mr. Cromwell are legal
If Mew York
?1d to bring the Indicted


tC ., i.r, tdlss. refr,> n(. is beis.g
ri)iA to the- qU' ted v. rds of Elihu
Ruot, ~hkh were delivered In court
whn the effort was made thirteen
years ago to have Mr. Dana extra.
dited to Washington:
"Great constitutional provisions,"
said Mr. Root. "have to be applied in
accordance with the continually chang-
Ing conditions of society. of political
discretion and of political freedom;
and it would be a great limitation of
the freedom of the press in this coun-
try to say that every editor in every
city and State is liable to be taken to
any part of the earth where his papers
may have to go and tried over and
over again, Pundreds of times, per-
haps. for a single article.
"How can there be freedom of the
prebs If there exists the arbitrary
power to punish all over the length
and breadth of this land which Is con-
tended for by the application of this
law In England and by my friends on
the other side?"
Judge Brown in deciding that Mr.
Dana could not be extradited, quoted
from Judge Cooley's "Constitutional
Limitations'" as follows: "It would be
a singular result of a revolution where
one of the grievances complained of
was the assertion of a right to send
parties abroad for trial If It should
be found that an editor may be seized
anywhere in the Union and transport-
ed by a Federal officer to every terri-
tory Into which his paper may find its
way. to be tried in each in succession


for offenses which constituted In a
single act not actually committed In
any of them."
Anooet without exception the lead-
in newspapers of the country are de-
nouncing President Roosevelt's new
enterprise. The position of The Phila-
delphia Inquirer is particularly In-
teresting In view of the fact It
has been one of the strongest Roose-
velt organs in the country.
"President Roosevelt, In his atU-
tude towards The New York World."
says The Inquirer, editorially. "has as-
sumed a position which is extremely
dangerous to the integrity of the con-
stitution and which we cannot think
can be sustained by the supreme court.
He has called to his aid the Attorney-
Genecal of the United State@ and has
brought into play all the power of this
Government In an effort to prove that
any newspaper that may offend an ad.
ministration can be terrorized 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 comn-
ing to methods that would make of
the constitution a torn and tattered
instrunient. powerless to protect free-
l.om of *'I-<-ch and of newsjipawr dlA


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By an Auto in Tampa


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w solkmgfi5 account of all a--
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STATE FAIR JUDGES


AWARD COUNTY PRIZES1i


TAMPA, March l.-The awards tor
grand division and county prisee at
the Florida State Fair were made Sat-
urday night as follows:
The grand prise of $760 and the see,
Lional prise for the beet exhibit from
a South Florida county ($00) west
to DeBoto county, which makes that
county the winner of $1,250. and it is
generally conceded that DeBoto richly
deserved the first place among 'the
counties exhibiting.
In the awarding of the other section-
al praises ($500 each) that for the mid-
die section of the State went to Ma-
rion. the western to Washbagtmo. the
eastern to Dade, the last-mamed coun-
ty having no opposition from its ae-
tion of the State.
The individual awards are to be an-
nounced today. The Judging was based
upon tie number of point attained by
the several counties la the various
departments for which pr ius
wre offered, and the results as gtiv
by the Judges are shown below:
Alaehus county-Cottan 80. horti-
culture 40. agriculture 60; total. 180.
Monroe county-Woman's work 100;
total. 100.
Hernando county-Woman's work
Io. tobacco 60. cotton 30. horticulture
Z,4), industrial 40. mineral 100. agricul-
ture Go, vegetables 25. native woods
Imoo. education o; total 635.
lk8tolo county-Wonan's work 50.
tobacco lo. cotton 141. horticulture
4oo. citrus fruit Ioo. poultry o0. pre-
i.rted products *'A. industrial loo.
nni ,r. i o agrictlulture lIIm. Vf(,


tables 10. Uve stOek lt, matve
woods 77. ed al 14; total. m1% 1.
Polk county-Wem s'a vwtek .
hortutu-re 0. etruw fts 14. pwi
served product 7',m' mlad4ial 0.
erals 50, agrIm- t f so, v1bh.es
Uve stock 20. native woods 74; total
483.


Mardoa county-Woma'as wrk 3S.
poultry 10. Industrial 10. a iult re
70, vegetables 10. native woods 81; to
tal. 201.
Pameo county-Tohaeoo 10., ortS'
culture 70; total. 170.
Washhagtom couaty-Tobsees 1,.
cotton S. poultry 10, pre erved.pro
aet S 0. industrial 30. agriculture M.
live stock 20. native woods 93; total,
13.


Columbia county-Cotton U. leus
trial 70. minerals 10. agriculture ,
vegetables 10; total, 6.
Manateeo county-Horttltmr N.
citrus fruit 14. poultry 10. presmved
products 100, industrimal a-rldfre
so. vegetables native woo-ds ; to;
tal. 40.
Orange euaty-t ortielture 00.
poultry 10. vegetables 1; total., U.
Lam county--Citrus fults S. pre-
served products 0., tadustrial 70. vege-
tables 45; total. 193.
Dade county-Citrus fruit 14; total,
14. ----
Note-No appropriation was made
by Alachua county for the Fair this
year. and the exhibit madm was
tbhiugh the personal efforts of Major
Jo' 1 W. Teuch. who is to be congratu-
'itt-d oti the success made with the
nimaus at hi. ernuismr;nd


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o ac~bus waI s ith


Omfgbh of Wnldsor


-y.
ebas. of Archer
IN edty Monday.


J. 0. and R. T. Thomas
I the city yesterday.
5, Thrasher of Maesnopy
to the city Saturday.
sad little soB of
vistors to the cty yes-

Jr.. of High Springs,
business In the city

S ad wift of Monte-
amges the visitors to the

Witherspoon has return-
sha-eat visit with relatives

RIteeves, who has been
*a iMty for some time. re-
bems yesterday.
Toic is guaranteed to
vrr. colds and lagrippe.
rid by W. M. Johnson.
W. J. Bailey. two citlsens
SGrove sectio, were In
y looking after soWm

Md 3. Marclomy of
v ltors to the city
halMS come on mbusiel
iwth the shedrfa oake.
a extensive property
wester part of the coun-
Swna considerable realty
was a bulaess visitor

4 Klae. preidinag elder of
with headquarters at
il the city yesterday. He
insM1 at the First Metho-

who has been in
of The Sun for the past
has resigned and re-
ie'mi.N He has numerous
who will regret his de-

P. Mesa. who has been
ie Mast few weeks at the
Left yesterday for Wash.
o- aa will witness the
,NaMOames before returning
In Pennsylvania.
whB has been spend-
1 several weeks In this city
"o sons. Moses and David.
L iarday for his home in




sha th as Well, is Gener-
Jl-t" of Having the
CE* AUtimd to.


i (1bhil sa h v' a htii-t 11-P
llp bodily lwaitlh ,a Il
nmianaiet tleiiinalveia ine
Iserv'rmisw, anid ,th,.r


who i* Dot w16'Iw;%l 1
User ,. yq *xaimisii.
thy a APPAR- -
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l-S1Ia rjig t, w *ill tell
5' EMedIal ein Ut-

I glaa and a(m p guaratss -,tiifatit jit


A SLFPS&N=

h Od~m u


New York City. Heo eoduets a
wbotleale Imslaea eNdlvely la the
great metropolis.
I W. IPomtae ft MIanopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He I.
now amons the most extensive trwck-
eras of the Micamopy section. but can-
not rslst his old following of the
phoedbate business to totally abstaim
from making a few locations occalson
Ally.
R. D. Medllan. eo. L. Taylor. J. E.
Wells. Senator McCreary and son. I
W.. bare returned from Jack.onvilllr.
where they went to witness the col
lisbon of the two railroad engine.
'Uncle iBob" says that a collision of


Wu hi two blay' cn v.,elpl-edl.". v. I.d I.'v,,
created imoe e greatly advertised affair. It was ex-
ceedingly "tame," neither of the en
girnes bi lng detr.iil eor d.unaged be
w a yond rerasr.


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fDixjruIenMa,
acts, dted ye te pr p


ie ostew efectually
h =a't n i it hi ov feodxIn-
habitual constI action


en OnF n ntly. F0o t O -
o* iciolt e fects bu>

the A cu nuie. 1







weeks. departed yesterday for his
home in 8outh C&rolIs te r enjoyed
his visit among his oM friends Im-
mensely and was pasUluarly pleased
with (bthe great advanceumet made ai
Gainesville during his abeecre.
Miss Fannie T. Gibaon of San An-
tonio, Texas. is among the visitors
to the city and while here is the guest
of her sister. Mrs. Geo. B. rvaws. of
East Alachua avenue. Siace her de-
parture from this State she has visited
many points of Iaterest la the Western
country, but is thankful to get back
to dear old Florida.

E. W. Millcan of Waldo was Into the
city yesterday.
A. M. Jeffords of Alechboa was to the
city yesterday.
J. .". Ward, a r.'rchant of Bell. was
here on busine-e yesterday.
.1. W. Williams of Alachuas was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
James Rush of Micanopy was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.


from R dnmsdf's tea&Y Sf"M:
W. J. Kaight of Newberry was in
the city yesterday.
L Story, deputy sheriff of Wind-
sor. %as In the city yesterday.
Miss Iena McCredle of Micanopy
visited friends In the city Tuesday.
Dr. R. B. Howell. one of the phbys.
clans of Newberry. was in the city
yesterday.
Sau (Clarke, a planter of the Alach
ua section. was trading In the city
Yesterday.
Mrs. Sue Feaster and :!rs. A. II.
Emerson of M canopy were among the
visitors to the city yesterday.
Mrs. James Simonton of Micanopy
was among the out-of-town ladies
shopping in the city on Tuesday.
J. M. Malphurs of Alachua was In
the city yesterday and called and re-
newed his subscription to The Sun.
J. G. Ostuen of aonnic arrived in
the city yesterday. He catn' for the
purpose of proving up his homestead
entry.
T. U. Carpenter, a former citiaea
of this city but now a resident of St.
Petersburg. %as meeting his friends
here ye3 terday.
The Dutton Bank have a change of
advertisement in which they tell why
it is to your advantage to open an ac-
count with them.
W. J. Matheus of Donnie was among
the welcome visitors to The us orlace
yesterday. renewing his ,.uucriptionu
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.
Major J. W. Tench was awarded
premiums at the State Fair for the
best Individual display of cotton and
the best peck of chestnuts.
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.
N. W. Littleleld, formerly a citisen
of this city but who is now traveling
for a cotton brokerage arm of Geor-
gla, was meeting his numerous friends
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. K Tinasley left yesterday
for Miami, where she will spend the
next few weeks in the hope that the
change will proue beneficial for he'r
she has been feeling unwell for some
tinlo
W 8. Jackson of Lakeview was in
the city yesterday, having come to
look after some real estate which he
has charge of belonging to a minor.
It l. valuablee ilrol'rl)y oni i.:','
.-tM -t reI.
.1 It um,. r,-mi l.Ift y-.it.-rdJa. for
IPanA(tk. A hhere he *%111 bl al ,-iit for
th.- t~;'\t few da)., on bt..Iniuss H1'
ni'~, inttrt .t,'l i n il .e-v,-ral road
',,; t:a(' ii':-. anld a ill nim --t the-
c' uini.-"iOlion ra of Putlnaiu -ounty).
E T Henderson of Newbt-rry.
firtiorly justict.' of that place, was ii
tt',i It) Tue-da> HI btate-s that N,'w-
: I L a ,.ilit F,'r.- dlii rd i m'iial 'oldi


was
yes-


Chas. Slaughter of MIcanopy was
transatting business in the city yes-
terday
L Ptch ome of the merchants of
Alachua, was a visitor to the city yes-
terday.
J. A. Downing of Donmae was among
the West Ead citisms vilsting the city
yesterday.
Mrs. H. J. McCallum of Alachua was
among the shoppers visiting nla Galna
ville Wednesday.
J. R. Wilkerson of Waldo. o e of
the older settlers of that aectloa. was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. T. B. Ellis. 8r., is spending a
few days at Waldo visiting her daugh-
ter. Mrs. C. A. Mark.
E. D. Irwin, postmaster, merchant
and contractor of Fairbanks, was
visiting In tne city yesterday.
Have you got a clear title to your
home? If you don't know, consult
Alachua County Abstract Company.
IHorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wells.
a fine son, who arrived on Tuesday
Both mother and son are resting well.
(0 F. P Howard of Newberry was
in the city yesterday, having come ona
hu.int'm t connected with Tax Collector


I ',ic ;II-on s office'
L. J. Knight of LaCrosse asl iu the
city yesterday. He states that the-
faitumlr,, of hi.s ,'q til are busy a th
IlhO ::" I.rit l l|I iltil K
W. M lHold* r of laCrose% as In
the city ) -hterd> lile c-ane down t,,
pay his tatx. atsd lh)k after sonit-
! h r ,ii. ii.- a l t. e r-
A A MctIae of M*l.rou,. ain ex
t**' ni' a' itlrchanllt of the Kakt iElld. wat,
iii the i'v h liking alli.r umn' Ita-1i
lit-h ithatt-ra )ehtrda)I


I Aa i k j i, I i t i Iilair l l'. E t [, al II a (i t ie aglt
'I I. ;.o u l ,l oipf ,-i ira is-A4 k it s ao lat'r leAU
Roilm. rt F.- Pitts, of 1l'ttm. 'eTools'aaN imd ~at i-Tv ,miiith...cIt% turiuna
%A-% tea u AI lM9 it-he a til ortoa a)thme' it) *~toea tar Icol 'a mIi'llLo.,tie- e-atera4)
". i. rilA lt-4'iho'- r-evvitIiol a p rch'tiaa-4 S It Ni ik.-l Ito( WaA1144 A. A WA lu


;-rolrI iIt thi couInt) ia l % A h-re
ltir thi.- purpo-e of lokliK uifter lhtt
.a eI. t. ..I other .le-t il.-i I o,.i rl niliiK It
le. f, re t t t all y Nimo% ina h i
l, ('roxleitl of Micainilo) county
-ur''% ).i t%.% iIn l|t city ) :t rdia)
lHe Iat t tiat 1 t 1 I Is lin keptl v-r)
lhuny )1i illffo'Rit p4arta of ihel ioui y
'.m atiii,, lainld-a for lparltt aild lth.
it .' j.Il.. l:h 'Ir l t l lat.l It4 I 4-0- t
I) tlak ea nl lii'k< i t ,II r' iI le I) lliilt
Visual
Rev W T Ilundky, ahu as bees
visiting il the city for the paat three


m. -. L .'itor to i the o lt Y >) **> rd >i)
,M hit hTre h .u aiiiAmoK the' mIUlu
l..r of new sublicriti r. added to The'
.tiil
SIr Wilbur lasaltir and alv. wsho
Ihav e be'l | sI r-ndlld g the int(r her're
alth te family of totl J i Ik-11I do
iart(ed stetrd)a) fir I.,uilaitUd their

W C Cols(on ouf A coxa *&a lu the
city )>eterda) ik-riruu. of kep'liuK
lomted on the affairs of the county lhe
had hisI uuie enrolled upon the sub
S-riptiouu book uf The: Sun jad will


hereafter have t 0he sei-wehly vat
him.
Keep wr e Me the wast Ads
There m be smestie adver
whlki of Is terest J Wea.
Mues las Shawl, Use h as bee
speeding the pM G dwas here as
wthe ue of her eat. MNr. W. T.
I0L rsetmn ed to ere bre at AhIM
yesterday.
T. W. PhlUpot of NMuberry was
looking after me besies mutters
here Wedneeday. He took advantage
of the visit to rsmew his e beoriptiM
to Alsachs'a lumulay.
Sheriff Ramsey has returd from
Archer. whrrc he -ent t viilt bis
;.st.. i't L) Gill. *ho i. reported to
.e I. a serious coadiUon. He Is a s r-
g trom congestion of the braim
Cabbage crates; sawn slat; two
piece heads-ma actare or uesM
standard of ezed*lee. Ask -er i
cal growers. Lat as book your ordar.
Meltton Lumber Co.. MomAopy. Fla.
Did the man you bought your place
from give you an abstract of title
saowlng everythdg elear? If not, you
should not waste any time gesing.
but consult Alachus County Abstract
Company.
J. D. Wilkersam of DosRie was a
the city Wednesday. He Joined the
rapidly inereasinag subsrlptim t of
The Sun sad will hereafteftr p pot-
ted on the happenings of the e avI
throub h this medium.
Something new-maled yeast Ia tin


boxes.


Just what


you have b--


looking for and bound to take NhO
wild fire. Try a hbox ad m wVhat s
Improvement it over the IM' waW
of putting it up. under & Mrle.


?..:-:c Edel.tcin. proprietor of the
ry Goods Emporatuim 0 Wall tre-et
;c;i yeuterdal for Washingtoe, whbe
he will take i the itaugWral eW-
monies of PreW d* nt Taft. From ter
he will pr etd to lsIltimore to par
chase his u,;wumer goeds.
Species SAVKEMONEY prices at
Dorsey's: Arbuckle a coffee 15 cemt
pound. becm 10% events pound, grit
2% eats p-mad. meal % easato pnaML
These prices are for CASH ONLY,
and no goods will be hared during
tis sale. W. S Dormey ca


ANJ CONCIET |NJOYS.

Large Number of Ladies and CaMlen
Attend Osesie .
A large crowd of ladies and ehldae
assembled around theo eourt ieNs
square Wednesday afternems fe the
purpose of liateming to the comet of
tUe Gainevlle Band.
Thie program rendered was an x-
eellent one and showed a marked l-
provement over toe last appearaa
of the band boys. It is the iteateik
of the orge-nhatln to give thsew ee-
certs all during the summer at shout
the same hour. and udging from the
large crowd present yesterday they
will always be greeted with Slarg and
I appreciative audiences.

JUA4 MA00N EUSY.
All of Wednesda Was uped With
Civil Selnees.
County Judge Mason was busy all
Gf Weunae4.ay heartag two civil cases.
The ca'c of Win. Osborne vs. the A.
C. 1. rad.lay for the loss of household
goiAd, in trar. it. %as tried by jury
aai. i l-r ,t oif Sio.G rendered lfr
Ilis I'l,] .l I
J. F. btewart vs. A. C. L. railway.
sewing machine lost in transit. In
this case the judge has under con-
sideration the evidence and will
render hii i'-i lit i within th- ne li

New Noazles Arrive.
Thu :.u-.aill- Viro- IN 'Iartmuiit
hi.a- Jii.t rt->* 'i d (t < i.-w a ito les for
louse i ole* | plact I l I cn Iao tl:e
a <>anl Ti'e') ha. t 1 .a"', & I- ,...4 a a
Ahith l liUke'- tlhe-U *aS)' to hut off
Shalt.i the- ipresure is at its height.
*'" 0 a ,!-lKg thelm to better get
aro inii d 11 t ti ll han in Th al, thirow
a mnaltl :,la) 4,i I -Te ifr lint'I and k*'d'p
tlihain <(-4Il 'iiriii th h< a t if a fire

Act Quickly
and m>u wAill avte )ourself a lot of
uff. rilmK aiid trasuille- If you Ihae a
-uddin chill ')r tike cold If you
ha*ve colle. .ramp or diarrhoea, don't
salt a mitilrnu Take at once a tea-
-jolNuiiful of l'e-rryv Itais' Painkiller it
a half a glass of hot water or milk
You' II I geaf and on the right road
to quick recovery. Then you'll escale
s.-rl ous liflaes.. But you oubht to have
ili tried maid lproveu ret: edy on hand
fir Immniediato ue Itlutag prepared
is halft tbhe battle when there's pain to
subdue. New sie bottles 26e., also ai
t'v il 1 ,--


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Mrs. P. B. Godfrey of Alacheu
among the shoppers to the city
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