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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 5, 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: VID01596
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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i, nO. 2 GAIINVIIALA FLORIDA, FRIDIAY, MARCH 5, 1909


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TAFT TAKES CHARGE


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wblhh I Ib s .%altA.i i.. ri. r r be is
tleklig oi a pruol'r entms of s1:e' obliga*
toa whihk ihe oath i ;a tsw'
The oAre of an lau mural addbem is
to give a usuary .lutliue of the main
peaflele of thr new admulnistratlto so
te tahy ean bo aticilpsted. I have
bte the omoer to be one of the ad-
viMes of my distingutbsed predecewor
mad a- srb to hold up his hands In
the rWefoe he has inittated. I should
be entrue to myself. to my prom-ime
mad to the deeltartlos of the party
plattfon upor whkch I was elected to


OUR


9ore fc I did not make the mainte
nane- and et-ftr, .nl.it of tho.e r"-
fornis a ii' ut Impo.rtantil fe"ttu:: oif itmv
adnilirtritlon. Tily wer -tlrr-t',ql tip
the Uliluppreweln pof the lnw'hi s.oes aud
abuss oft |1,.or ,f r11w great utwalmn-.
lhins tf |alltal livesitd In rlih-uimdo
and In industrial euterlrises (-arrylux
on interstate comnitxrce. The step
which my predermewor took nnd the
leglslatlo ma |iaed o his reeonimenda
tlon have ec*,omplilmhd much. himve
caused a general halt in tte V.-Ito
policies which created popular alarm
and have brought about In the btal
nes affected a much bhiber regard for
existtlg law.
Further Aetler Needed.
To render the reforms lasting. bow
ever. and to secure at the same time
freedom from alarm on the part of
those pursuing proper and progresolve
business method further legislative
and executive action are needed. Re-
ter of the railroads from certain re-
strictions of the anti-trust law have
beeM urged by my predecessor and will
be urged by me. On the other band.
the administration is pledged to legis-
lation looking to a proper federal su-
pervislon and restriction to prevent ex-


PRE


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LAUDS PREDECESSOR;


TO CONTINUE POLICr


ay Questions Toched Upon, Inclding

Tarm, Iheritance Tax, and Other Mat"i.


leaves Isues of bondsi and atMocki b
*omptlv .,owtiltlicg ml opreratluig liter
state ctmrlerre ra-lr'mndis.
Trhwen. It.u a re r:il:z:stin iof the ie
pirtvevnt of .'IIOtlte. of lIv1w ullr'i.u of
.,,*rlurzaiiiolas ti? tlit ei pairtraell of coml
,*irce' :w'd I ilIr :e'd of I!h litefrtaite
*0.iiiiier4eensu isk'11ou l<>>ilung to effee
tl\* e"o-4>HIrnlitliin of Ihse a uicenulies Is
ittdele to cure a mlore rupId and cer-
trin eiiforeiiient of the laws affect
IK Inter'tate railroads and Industrial
combluatioui.
I .hole to be able to submit at the
first regular seslon of the Incoming


S


IDENT


congress in rie'mber next
asugestlons In rrepe-t to theB
antndientu to the andt-T-i r a
Interstate commerce law a j
changire required In the eaueuiad
jprtments con-erned In their
meat.
-"ood and SWd Trvusf
It i believed that with the
to be recommended Armte=
mewa can be assured of that
stability and certainty I
those things that may b eiM
those that are prohRblad. MI
essential to the alf and
all bualneses Bch a plan v
the right of the people to a1G
W.lvea of tboeo methbuds f
capital and effort deemd
reach the highest & e W f
MCWecy, at the same time
atting betweas co bmM~M.
ipus legitimate seemeOom
those formed with the dl.4
trv monopoles s ad
Ilng prices.

work of the biggest eW l
tervat. T= O'tl. .
to be rpalelmill w JIt
In t- ctle m .ig


A m of e M oe
ase is wthe gi


*i meet as the
rder that
am* aIven to aM
lay ain Thie
qato0 reve ad
sck a n&ame Wp
and to all
whetheWr atf the
suim betv wet
agreed ad 9 ast prt"ties er
and have a pres B whihb shall pt
at IMa GMs executive determlis
tis af earta ftets. a birher ,r tv-
- i tritf against i b... uutU
Whse trade polk-y town1 '. ur .Ulltsy
aq l a such dicIriti,:.. h it i
thought that thber. .i 1-.ii sucb
eha ge In Went of theb I0n,,a\ .,, :fted OB l
alm llarly irtri .te ti x- .; i that 1i 1


meas~ure.of the.i
permit flt- re"Ir..
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1VI, !O. 28 IGAJI8VIIJI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 59, 1909


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-u. "" ac ... .......l'LAUDS PIEDECESSOR,
nanse nId t e.frit i me nt e of e lhom e re, tl
ern: a iiit,: ilal,, orl;tll fe.tu:le o,,f l Ary
admil'il ltr l,,tio "hey w,.r, dlr,. .',d to,


tihe ,ulrers'hln ,f l he liieuvt',*n'eess anud
abuses of .sue lliis 4-f at'lIltal itvesltd in ratlllsMiad
and in industrianl uterlprlses .arrylng
on lin trtats rcomnme're. The stics
which my |pre~1ecesor tuook nnd the
IefIslntl in Imnsued u his rw-omi-,nda
tion have m lre pllf,4h<,l lmucih. bave
caused a general limtt lu tine' klsius
policies which created popular alarm
and have brought about lu the Iet
ness affected a mu(b bl;bher regard for
ezlating law.
PFortoher Asti Needed.
To render the reforms lasting. bow
ever. and to secure at the same time
freedom frow alarm on the part of
those pursuing proper and progressive
buasineni methods further IPlialatlve
and executive action are needed. Re-
Ilef of the railroads from certain re-
strictlons of the anti-trust law bave
been urged by my predecessor and will
be urged by me. On the other band.
the admlsltratlon is pklededi to legis-
lation looking to a proper federal su-
pe'rrisln and restriction to prevent ex-


PRE


TO CONTINUE POLICY


may Questions Tuched Upon, Including Tni,

Tar, Iheritance Tax, and Other Mattrs


*emlve' Issues of Ibns tdtand atociis u3
-onilatIM.6",. WIienramligalme iswratilng ltiter
mltae e'fitrie'rce raillrimidi.I.
Theit. tuv.u rta reia:'.minziti nof lb.'(it-
pnrtivvwit *iif lii.! Is of.fit#t time i-miu Iof
s*'fc rimm..itiommInitimet ep.jirtmonut ufr oui
-tvrve n1A'dIuiw r ,rd ief Ow1meimter-mate
1.1111114,111. tI~It iet l4'tebihl1) efto c qi
a I'e ~.- liaz l n 4if the jme nc~eleI*ti
ta4.4edd t4, m'4ure a mart.'rv upid and cer-
tauln eamf-eri enne'nt of the laws affe-t.
hig Iiuter-4tate railroads and industrial
etiibutattllens.
I .bqvw to be. able to subuilt at the
flr'%w,-I'vnirt'r sueu~lon of the Incoming


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,i~


congrw in r clmbexr next slow
suggestions in resaI.ct to the IaIt
amendment toi the auti-triat s"
Interstate commerce law Se *M
chntures required in the executive l
lnrtnitiumt concerned in their sf-,
ment.
"Good and Bad Trusts.
It 14 believed that with the ebM
to be recommended Amertsla c hs
ness can be assured of that maaens
stability and certainty In reMpet
those thingttt th:at may be doae a
thone that are prohibited. whal b
essential to the life and growth d
all business. Such a plan meat
the right of the lettple to aval t= .
lives s of those methods of cotlik
capital and effort deemed nece.auw. t
reach the litghest degree of weIM
eficiency, at the same time diO N
atlug between combinatkirts lu
upon legitimate economic resmees
those formed with tbe Inteat do (M
,p. mnonpawiles and artlCl el
ling price. oc i
Te work of (oriulatlag ite. p l
jtial as al uc b changes Is ereNs
I work of the ligilest order and elu
all the delli tioe noaalbk leI %
t .r-v:T! le.tc-ve tLatible a 1, i
Ito be proposedI are Just as a
the protect lon of legitimate b--
In the clinebing ofltherefb
progierly bear the name of yO
vmbr. *a*5. -b
revision of the Term.
A matter of most preastag iW
tance in the revislon of the talf. h
accordance with the promb1e o 1 W
platJortV upon which I was else"i I
shall call c ngrs lanto ext r i
to meet on the 15th day ot Matie
order that consideration myy be I
once given to a bill revising the DlW
ley act. This should secure as G'
quate revenue and adjust the dat111b
such a manner as to afford to hter
and to all industries in thisC cOM .
whether of the farm, uine or f .tary.
protection by tLarff equal to the 4i
ence between the coast of prodando
abroad and the cost of prodactW1 jlit1
and have a provision which shall aI
Into force. upon executive deteat -
tion of certain facts. a bigger or leus*-
mum tariff against those CoastB
whose trade policy toward us equlltab
requires such discrimination. It b
thought that there baa been alM a
change In conditions since the al,
Went of the Iingley act. drafted i*
similarly protect ive principle, that at1
measure of the tariff above stated W*
permit the reduction of rates in csrtib
schedules and i ll require the ad'
vancelutetit oif ftaw If nuil.
The pia, |lti.i rt.i i he t l ne r
in:.le tIn siu E iit'it t III P t le 11 ---.. i \ i Wl' l s
thI .. I ia :, h 1 f lt In I' i r tly

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NOAtS T"U TAM.

g Ha i P s h t Se7 Am
(o o W pi N ted as atm t NdIcsa e, without oil.
s g Wa, ~in m people, delcah better than
S, M cod liver oil and emul ions,
S B be u on while e t contains Vall
a"i Major r boo se t the medicinal valuz they do,


it omee "sh trebled in people, delicate children,
a after sickness, and for stub-
baS~ d-t 2 brn coughed and colds Vinol
pmwdMe hebeMbasM o started eal .

b he obew W bha*e .A S LL
gisg"s aO whw oanbe
d s, amd lMe bh A DOCLIOHTFUL SURPRISE
pOlNi-1t -l y w0 Kirby Mi h Ca"eptr Had Meet lnter-
SWiet WI t (e &t oais Mftan *and eoeptioe.
.. .. T.barday was the regular meeting
ll- day of Kirby 8mith Chapter, U. D. C..
1n1. 1 foiln-1U-M sfor the transaction of monthly bu. i-
L- "sow amaN e m, sad as asual a large number laid
Selj-u_-. k,- r aside other duties to attend. Few. if
"d __a rte M say of the members. however. bad any
idea of what was In store for them
am two ie util they arrived at the home of the
VW he, K hi aitb il1Spresidet. Mrs H. H. McCreary. where
,..that a tr- the meeting was called, and were ac-
mw.s !,.e e I ea b orided a reception n la bnor of Mrs.
IN-- to AAlta 8peoce. a visiting member of
*ll i tm New York Chapter. of which Mrs.
Judge Parker. Is president Mrs.
____ ISomeIe & the gaens oS Mrs. J. F. Mc-
E Klastry. Jr.. and bars a most cordial
MOWaIMel Ietter of latudectiom from Mrs. Park-
-04 0 L AP8 1B e* r 0 eoa..mmmag her to the Daughteru
"SB Is 168 N oWf -a of tohe Coatederacy wherever she may
.S "V W Se ra be. Kirby Smith Chapter never falls
MI bU StoIM1o6' d a to mask visits feel at home. and on
go~ im'ocas iaom n the Idles fairly tried to
lo b i4M1S, 111F each other Is making the af-
^ to U 30 The lower sesr cu the home, which
SO&IsilgsaUt ly amramd for eatertalingl
if" -l m Joe&t sk occasioms. was thrown
lateo vwirtly e me-m- sad was hand-
*a"A al s mely deserated with the colors of
BBS COM-r the chapter sad tiny Confederate
f g. ow. As tipmptu musical and
Siterary program was carried out Mrs.
UM i Klaem ad MIm eva Ward treat-
a the ai ssmblagel to most beautiful-
'I Y rendered vocal solos. while Mrs.
S ee delighted all with two reclta-
t0. She OI ao excellent reader, and
all were delighted to again hear her
Gahtmeville's favorite musician. Mis
I a BDwkhlm. preided at the piano.
Mid added much to the evening's
plamtfe. After the exercise the
g .r were Iltvited into the dining.
ri n5. where delightful refreshments
Fr ^were served.
It was without doubt one of the
most aintereettag sad delightful meet-
bai the chapter has ever held, and
H hostess was congratulated by all
u ikr th clever manner In which she
S had surprised ad entertained them.
S|The guests departed to the strains
4. *of Dixle, played o) Mis Rurkhim


Ssewss


Recivld


Theic"seed are sure
to com up, so don't
run any riskand Buy
Seed from US.



SAIMESVILi


AWARE CO.
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Pure Feeds and Pure Medicines
mean better, healthier, happier peo-
ple. It has been proved. howe.er,.
that all medk-cies are not adulterated
and worthies., any more- than are all
food products
The wheat has btoen shifted from the
chaf. and such m*-diciies aa l.diJa :
Pinkhaju' V.Kegetable (Comlii.n|d. 'h-li
is made from root, amid h.rb. anid c'mi
plies with all coindlitiolausf ( he I'ure'
Food and Drug L.a. will (4om)nu1,i. tI
hold its plac-- a.- ti t i- ler i 1 ,i
(an remi#l.\' forl ::.iu l. ill!-


Pleasant Birthday Party.
Little Miss 19dith McMakin eit.-r
t~alne'd at ututber of her )ouamg frit'nds
Wv~lea~i-d.* iftttertiioei tI iv 41 q.1 -ItIl iI
tsiaasm totied. e .d lt lih. ii,or id f it auim
leirthda) N titanrteimm gAauee-, %%a rits
tiulge-d iw amongma%%IliIti%.st a sI.lhil
hunt.ahics hr affeirde-d ice- lint'il- feiokli
much II,,it .oure
i*hat '. titfrtm-elhmta-etn s ro-S-eeSi
ly awertd. said the- guv-tii tiit -.rtt-t
* labitig for Edaith am~ h~al-l-) it-
tuirai. tftthq- da.'
Fulvy'b Kliliey Iltie me'1% %sill cur.'
all), e'sse of kidame-) terelaIdde r fti culdlt
,hat al nut be-p "sad thme. t-At..tit mof -di
elie Cure.. but-kiii, 1,4.alidtj rt'mCUliar
titt v th~l IIt tifk-e hteI maigialura-~utiti.
la-igltal. dibeaiae. or dl~ttru J '.
me('ullunasm 4Cu.


VER E DOING NATURE TELLS YOU
IN HANO W UTS As Many a Gaineville Reder Knews
Two Well.
THURSDAY WAS AN OFF DAY When the kidn.)s are sick.
WITH CANDIDATES. Nature tells you all about it.
-The urine Is nature s calendar.
Min Dupree t 640 Meore Vete Then Infrqiuent or too frequel, action.
An urinary trouble tells of kidn.".
Miss Ellis. But None Received ill,
Heavy Vote. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
i* lls.
People In this vicinity testify to
Following is the vote In The Sun thi|;
;'II ,- ) tll .3: Jo- 'k .-rt. Tho m i.s'n stro .l.
N'.-s hes-D-o'i lain|r.-. di l.er "i Starke-. i'hla.. .v,: I mui .r'v glad
. iss l h.ra% t!li-E cit. .,;1. iot r, -coiimmi.nd I aon a' Kidney l'ills
Mi.- C.<.Terint HItail. 9. 1 ,~1s.- .is t hey pro%,d of great bwne-nfi to men
.MIss Florrie Stril kl:nd 4.,2.660 The pas-age's of the kidne-y s?,-r,-tioiis
Mi M lauhtr cit l w.. were irregular anJ when the e-r,-
Mils Mary McCormick. city 3.2:,, tlopn were nikwed to stand they do-
Miss Alma Fennell. cit ... ,I. lpositpd a edinlent. My back ached
M.%l, Nainnle l)ickitison. city. : '%V4' :) intensely and was very lame and sore.
Miss Mabel Sanheh. city .. :.:. making it hard for me to stoxop or
Miss Julia Caster. clt'.. :> l lift. I could not rest (ell and morn-
Miss A. Oroff. Newberry ..... 3.3,4,t Ing upon arising I was tired and
Miss Jessie Evans. city..... 31.2:w0 worn out. I at length heard of
.i-os A. Strickland. Waldo .. 6.,:, l Dan's Kidney Pills and deciding to
Miss Ertelle Heal. city ... 24;.3:.1 give them a trial. I procured a box.
Miss Emma Hudson. city 24.243 This remedy effected a complete cure.
Miis Annie lHevllle ....... 1..?tI The backaches and the lameness dis- i
Mrs. I. Ware. Iligh Springs 1.470 appealed and my kidneys became
MIs. Elevens Staf. Waldo.... 12.91:- normal"
-Miss Goldie Lanmbert. city .... 6.27S For sale by all dealers. Price :,o
Miss Uzuie Sheppard. Bell... 6.005 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. New York.
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590 ;ole agents for the United States.
Miss M. Fernandez. city..... 4.115 Remember the name Doan's and
Miss Mary Thisptn. city ...... 3.850 take no other.
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........ :1.7- 0__
Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn ... 3.6 A, Death of Mrs. Barron.
.Mla Ruby Alhright .. .,l, T
The sad news was rec.-i,'ed Thurs-
day night of the death of Mrs. J. F
Housekeepers, Attentionl Itarron. which occurred at Evlnston
In the Porter block on Saturday. In the afteriston. afti r a long and iain-
the 6th. you will And dinner all cooked redy for the table. to her Inwd for sonctini hm b paralysi,.
Caken, ples. bread. rolls. deviled crabs. Iieceased uas the- wifv of lPostmaste-r
salads. potato chips, and other good Itarron. and was about :.. %.,ars old.
things, all made by skilled cooks and She was a i vo,,ut member of the Pre..-
old at reasonable prices. Oiewi at II hyterian c('rir.h and lo\.-d h'i all ftr
o'clock. Comne and be happy. her many charitable acts and ,\-
WOMAN'S GUllD) amplarv Christian spirit The hb
-- read husband has th,. ;ye!i'ath) of
Simple Remedy for Lagrippe. ihe anti'r, oei.,,.uiti
lagrippe conghs are dangerous. at-
they frequently develop into pneumon. Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
la. Foley's Honey and Tar not only ache
stops the cough but heals and strength- 4lso Nervous Headache. Travelers'
ens the lungs so that no serious re Headache and aches from Grip. Stom-
salts need be feared. The genuine zah Troubles or Female troubles
Poley's Honey and Tar contains no Try Capudine-its liquid-effects Im
harmful drugs and s lIn a yellow pack- rediately. Sold by druxgists
age. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mce- ...
Collum & Co.


Continued Until Monday.
The case of Susie White, charged
with assault, who was to have been
given a preliminary hearing before
Judge Masoa yesterday, has teen post-
posed until next Monday..

Keep your eye on the want ads
There may be something advtised
which Is o interest to you.

ASTRKA VANISHES

o Does Catarrl, Croup. Hay Fever
and Bronchitis.
1lyomel is a confidence creator. The
first time you breathe in this powerful
yet soothing. antiseptic air. you will
snow that it has mnarelous curati..'
virtues. There is nothing disagreeable
about Hyoniel It is a v,ry pleasant
and prompt rnimed> for 'atarrhl. colds.
asthma. croup. bronchit is, etc.
If your head is so stuffed aith mu
cous tL.ui ..ou ..I br- Athl ik a rti
ch- of air through )our meo-trli in)
on-'l 1ill oiptn th-in u I a ii d gml \ r.
lief III ~\i' Illilktll .-
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Retailer" mMd Je"Mmse Is

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grasq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers 0
GOUTH SIDE SQUARE -e-- GAINESVILLtL FLORIDA.
Pighest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and ethe- PredOO6
A Complete stock of iay. Corn Oata. Flouti isran '** e. Colt"u
Seed Meal aAd il,.e. We bhadite only the Very 3est good
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THE DAILY SUN.: (1A1NESE'VILL'. FL4'RIPIA, MARICHI ;. 1909


gAKlES A

, T-A-.WAT"

pggO NORTH CAROLINA
Po p *PSTS HIM.

^lwd 0Me Has Another Living
toi egIs. Which Is
Ig lvestigated.


Sg. Cine. the veterinary
V tas been making Gaines-
10t/* for the past six or
SWeMeesday night, presum-
Powia i North Carolina.
am of the Doctor's sudden
Jin OaMesville can best be
r iUgowwng. which was clip-
I-- TIe esl er-lntelligencer.
Wadesboro, N. C.:
g oma who amounted to
ni o wr. A. h. Cline. the vetert-
h1 located here several
Sever succeeded In getting
Il d about so much In such
am as did that worthy It
l E M bered that Cline came
&M tatesboro. Ga. nearly
aMithm ago and opened a
eIcs here.
t h d ot been In Wadesboro
*s -he was arrested on war-
ame tatesboro charging him
I Aylg concealed weapons and
After a long fight he
INBy extradited to Georgia and
l t was acquitted of all the
agallst him except that of
0m "led weapons. He paid
o wf the court in this case and
to Wadesboro in high feath-
i e agala opened an office and
i marry one of the best young
4 the county. He failed in this
It was discovered that he had
wife la Georgia from whom. it
i1 i-. be had never been di-

*" Cline was in jail here during
against being extradited to
E. bhe. in some man n r. got hold
saws and attempted to saw
eMl -st of jail. In this State this
|.Aln hicletable offense. and the grand
| 4 $l the January term of criminal
1j100 11 a true bill against him
4010101ag to break jail. Cline.
tf this. led the State before
Gl M be arrested. This was the
,Mi wri atf him here until the new.%
| tf. Age. ,contained in a spe-
-* dath of february 17th from
'4 '1Bi, Fla.. to The Jacksonville
W. Time-L'nion was forwarded to
3 M. A*I. by a friend living in that

Sifen aking his departure Drr
SMid several of hi, friends, th't
"0i-seded returning to thei city. but
'S flug with his wife to North
C0-l<1 where he Intended getting
'* ~ Prpr evidence to completely ex
a101111 lim and return here to make
ll dty his home
e1 left a larger part of hi- ,*ffe- Whe, aWd among son,-. of hi,- i.r-,oil
a htter was tse tn ahih ('caime
the sheriff at Wade-lborn slating
Stverylthin there had bten clear-
Aidulst him and congratulated him
I this marriage and the fact that
S* ow wllhing th.i. io lidt. land
2t to timrpronl. himself gee.I rall. i
T Doctor took :i Iri t.. o \.* *, ,
om this arit sill hadII hi- >.oUli
Sollow him on thi. iniroiling Ir.lin,
1 UnteiAg again at! IIguIe. hli'r.-e
SDctor board.1 ih,. ririun
SI feren-,. ii, I.h. |inin l i,a ,il
hnrg the- uidti. r i- swin I.tigi in i
N a b>) |*..ii .,to in t iit. 'i. ;',i
e SI I' ki' kiio in w huih lii H.
ea le** day..

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uoiNE for "THAT HEADACHE."
S isth Lht l .T -* I ae1 4n re
I th i i.r!r:,n,i li. (' C 11 .1d ,,.
klge tbig t,, h 4.t f, t (, i,,

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cellent time-piece. Gun
Metal, Gold and Nickel-
plated cases. $2.11. All
guaranteed to give satisfac-
tion.


-lira M WARE I
Whelese and ReteaIL

FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
ville:
I am a candidate for City Marshal,
for re-el-ction on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effi-
ciently, night and day. and my record
is op'in for inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citU-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
e:.deavored to give In.the past.
Yours for order,
i1KPN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, Irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHAS. C. WARREN.

1 respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1309. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all, ir-
respective of party amflahtia.
C'HAS. N. DELL.

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for C(it 'ax Assessor for
the lar 19.'14 liain g ctwen Tax As-
,...or for four w.ars. I ama full) plre'-
par,-d to fill the office., a Iny record
will Pi hoi ., thte city apes..tsnent ha.
inIL I i.'l ii a l"l' ,',% r $ ,;>ee tieel* to o '.r (I *4 *I 44
I '.- i ir,'. it,'d frun rUniiling for this
off4 e l.4-t 4:tr onI ;t' i o nt of i ickinv'l
anid now r<.-'reourr
,.,..- \v .%1 ItitAlil"'Ot til

To til \' V r-,(i of (Gamuzi, ll1'
I hl .r l' t a i iiot-i< that I .111a a ('call
illi4 .l'4 .l t.(' l q < ll4 ll to) th1 1 liff l 't 01
t il 'I .t ; or f. r iti r l ''*
,, i i, i |-,* to I' I'i 44i \jri l I I.,
I Ih .in nl I ,n -t u.t ii l> relu, "i \l ii
iAll t> gI\* 114 your 'olu < alid .~ui'I'ort
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It It ( 4 I' .Sl'l\

MILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
PA4.) OINTMENT I guar.int*.-I t
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i 1-1, ,r .n i..ry r'fu

ADAMS ARRESTED FOR

FIGHTING THURSD

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She Thought Otherwise and Had Him
Arrested Charged With Disorder-
ly Conduct and Fighting.

Sam Adams. a negro very little
knnwn around this city. was arrested
last night on a charge of disorderly
conduct and fighting.
The complaint wai made by Mary
Jones. with whom he has been board-
ing for some time, but Mary. tired of
his abuse. ordered him to leave the
place and not to put In his appear-
ance again at her home. Instead of
complying with her demands, how-
ever. he quit work entirely and said
she must furnish his feed and sleep-
ing quarters, as he was "boss."
After a general mix-up in which
Sam came out victorious the woman
came up town and had him arrested
for his abuse. He will probably be
given a bed in Jail and free board by
the city for the next several days.
unless he is able to get up some cash
with which to pay his fine when he
appears before the mayor this morn-
ing.

REALTY TRANSFERSt

Lists Increasing Every Day for the
Last Few Days.
Following is the list of changes In
real estate recorded In the clerk's of-
flee since the last report:
C. W. Chase to H. r. Dutton & Co..
C H. Younglove to A. V. Younglove,
J. Whistler to Millie James. J. D. Lelt-
ner and wife to F. J. Hammond. W. C
Hague to I. C. and If. H. Gracy, W.
E. Waits to F. J. Hammond. J. H.
Hodges to W I,. leGrande. M. H.
Henson and wife to F. J. Hammond.
W. H. Worl.-y to F. J. Htmmond. J. B.
Dell. Jr.. and wife to W. R. Thomas.
R. F. Taylor to W. R. Thomas. Mrs
Estelle Avera to F. X. Ralble. M Ven.
able and wife to R. R. Ilodgson, Wm.
C. Andruss to Clara H. McClean. Law-
rence Davis and wife to Della Roberts.
C. A. Williams and wife to J. J.
Holder. B. F. Dyess to .1. H. Winter.

Race suicide
Is not nearly the menace to Increase
In populaUtion that deaths among In-
fants are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery.
sour stomach and all infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 25c and 50c per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
I
One Needed Rest.
"Your huslatlid needs rest. madam."
said the doctor.
"I know it!" she exclaimed trium-
phantly. *I've told it to him forty
times a day for the last two months
Ift I have told it to halii onu-e. I've just
kept telling It to bhim all tihe time.
John. how many times have I told you
that you need rent?"
"*In se0,-41nd thought." Interruipted the
doAtor. "l.perha.ils It wculd hIe better if
you resled "

A Swollen Jaw
lI not pretty nor pleasant Whethler
its (caused by neuralia. toothache or
iccidnt. llallard'sl Snow .lnlment 1ill
r[,diit', the selling and re! -'se i.-
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatirm, (uts, burns. bruises,
scalds any and all aches and pains.
Sold by W M. Johnson.
A Poor Renmedy.
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question not of "how cheap," but of "how pod."
0 I "& s i hs t d hh is nMad
We ars now booking ordes for IPea and other -nm-bIL VWe
will be glad to mmBd you pris s Omq nt.


W. NoU OD EMIiT


LUTHER JORDAN.


W. W. am"D


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


POREII RIOCK


GAINESYVILLE. PLO*tD


Fire, Life and Accident _...,


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GAINMlVILLR, FLOUIDA


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Rider-Kelery, soprano; Nevards m d esro. w e.
FOUR CONCERT-Moaday mntign., Oebshtra; Meat a lo
aewous; Tueday matinse', Artfs' commt; Ti;isgy., Cdaoti, Q
CREATION." uith the JahmuviUlo Moral oehy S i owihd i dmI
New York Symphony Orehe&Wa and Molor. EAPOUR ISL
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m. ,', ,Vq~l q' .,4, .s


Ct i ft &I o in lb sd g M u* aue d ti the bushes
Me ar a ba oemr wlake City.
N owmyrmk ----- I- tobuiVo
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-i eomy a new s hose if the
mty seat will be seed to Ilt

2% 0 reo lse ge sees s etweet P
tIn &f f e ses ear tea r Ut m of

A p sa Mpt Leage has beea or-
IgM4, agMNI t00armr anM Wnvy
Aese aI C Phemaslna evy yard. as
a iMsu af t- tdaocu Cha cmpalgn.

Te Federal Goverament will soon
repair the wirelpes mstm located on
AastalAs ilaad, appoate St. Augus-
tUie The contract has already been
et .---
A close irae is gred cted between
Jome"& Humphries of De iBoto and
MNatee eoustls end r. M. Hudsao
of Dade. t. L Ste and lBrevard. for
tLe preMldeucy of the State Senate
at the corning aesoo.

Dr. C. D. Christ of Orlando has re-
oem ty bought valuable property in
that town and will convert same into
a rat-*lass sanitarium. The main
buJidlng will be a large one surround.
ed by a beautiful orange grove


There are three big bhoae-ekeri'
eacuralow planned for the onthb of
.larch and April The trains' iUl run
from Chicago to Florida and take on
passengerss at all Intermediate point'
A large number of thrifty and prosper
ous farmers will no doubt avail them
.>1tes of the opoui tunat) of ilinesti
Skating the mani) ada(antages afforded
iII thio State

Wormology.
Should Ibe w tudie-d bI) e'.very lareit
If )our child it, i, r ,. frt tfil. -.lrtl
1:1 It a al-1,,I, I- pa.i ) I I h ,a l'
tider il.t a P .I l .r Vh .-i iuiuit r%
G. not I tItltI 'K s irt1 %t a'll 4 a ,1.4 i. t.1
i It- troublI .,- w \\l~iii. Ct'r awn


AA Mee wHifs.
The young man bad married the rih
ma's daughter and wasn't killing
hiIlelf with work to euplaort her. o4ne
day the old man took him to tali.
"Look w." he mild nphatleally.
"wby dun't )ou so to work?"
"I don't have to." the son-ul-law re-
plied, with braae erffiwtert.
"Well, you wI ll e to."
"Whyl vtil Ir
"br11was, sir. I asot lie always
to support you."
"But you will leave as ometilalg
"Not mab I wou't. There won't be
aaytbli to leave."
The mmo-.-law was alarmed.
"Ormt Jupiter!" be exclaimed. "You
doa't aa to tell me you hare motb-
"That's about the stie of It."
T o-in-ln-law devoted himself to
profound tboaght for several seconds.
"I lhav a auggestilon to offer." *
eaid lu a bMUinemulike manner.
"What Ib It?" asked tbe old gent.
"Well, I suggest that you take out.
my, 2MOWO life assurance uu y.ur.e-lf
to save wear and tear on my mind."-
Illustrated Bita.

Lovers
Of good health should prevent sick-
ne.ss Instead of letting themselves get
tick and then try to rt:re It. So long
a. you keel) your liver. bos ,lI and
stomach in a bealhiy aud active con
diLton you won't get sick. Itallard's
tllrbine rellevea. comnitlipatlon. liact.ie
liver and all stomnah and boel trou-
blt-. Sold by W M Johnson


Perfectly Equipped.
When the Lintru nud hez'irfh'. l,!w'.
mtiltIidaalrlic' ha sna asketi 0t lai-cl,...'t
114 1 l in t 114 aa y~. 59 t m. It 16 1 V,-,-
Work :I%' 1I1t 101.1 sl hr fit.
his lwrad ia.'ua~fu.i~i

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T) pheSrit-r fibl'cj- ~fit malt. at fili., ot1 j~e.Lut Li It it)utur las*t, ii I i.t
Ai~cto. TtwL t -tw tati~ liet.01, lJOL1s 10.1111A tit- g IJ rIr 3 W !lct',alt.Ii, I.,
..sjfit.' ..,'uts Ash (t-! va7 mtii f.!
ad a.... LH..The Sun office for CaIMIUn cards


Thu P, Os"0d
.1, Peassyl'rala Oseal mu at a
43, b ftThe momexart Man I "
met. He 'efkevte bI nobtubbat prieq
beta. I (tMINuaY I* vims you40WIL
"M fty I said to hi1:
10 Tanaftnibern-vwet manabomnina.
Vm! To eat of thuman Seek! Dr-r-r'
'1e 1w M w UK Iintb ed.
Pmudtm me. bet have you ever
ntern W Inarnesleak?11be mid evere-
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7uspeft of thibu that you kn~ow1
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SHERIFF'S SALE


'Usdr and by virtue of a I
Issued out of the Circuit
Judlical Cirlult of Floraa. 1
Alacka county. and din
and singular the hert
of Florida. 1. P 0. .amaS..
oe said county. have tevial
WIN sell before the eoart
to the City of Gaiutmev*a,
county. Florida, oa Mon ..
day of April. 1909. betw .
burs of sale, to the highifl
bidder therefore for cash, @
deT'ribed real estate ,u1'.
lu In Aaebhuma coaty.
The Northwest quarter el
west quarter and the leuth l
of ihUw NortAueetw q'arter O
R4. iu Townsbhp 10. Ra&ng 1.t
Nwrth Half of th..' Sithbe
Section 24. in Townsblp 1,.,
Tome.ther with all and
1tePtn4iient4. )hprpdiinatvtsml A
lemwine's to. the ~W ae %
s. wise ait.p rt.tni x t .%
Th iak!d gro.wrty Ibealft
a. the propw'rtv of T. It
oati-fy said executkP Ian fiv aj
lDutton IlannA and against
P<.ke.tt P 0. RAN
Sheriff of Alachua Conty,.
W. S PROOM. .


HILl. VKMhIOM '.tAU: Attorney for Pl~alsif.
Is llbe C'rejt1* ou- Juoff' ih it.
Aleebua 'C.Ampt. V iat in '~se
fshkw' irvin %%. I. cub.IrvinAm Iter of PASTER'S SALLE.
Psomatruc'ias 1111It i~veme. -
It aq'i'ertl W SA wlopooaded lto OW o), siNui ce in heleb) 11t
111" n I.' heSb.,cc ..staed caulte ,Ibal, 1vla tdbyrwis fnldord
Irwin tbP 4d-fr'millallf Owrala natumc.p1 a el,~~. 8U1 Yileo ~
dentof W P~ate 41 rrida at e.tooW911,vof lit'It111uau1le ajidrl
~a~a~ ~~Z, ~ tL~uW *.lit r Wilks Jud.oof
it dal~altz, I-reeptilaw tlis ..Mpsolt. -t !onfl or an -tuit Caurt. ltag?'th .Judicial
caide? Elaf low 'stt. a..lAU- l 1 t Sbe I- coauecai-
itigb~imervi-..D Liadirwrc c tf sor..cr..alfl4 l l.'I1tBa :1,4 frAl' b1I
be "1 414.* ullo bin) 61,41 :hat tijwrt 1 it) zt-man oi ias hn.r% 'iutj%#tbet5*
16 1 he %L.ate *f1IP*artd.. ib o urvl-se a ,t auill4wi.,6 h*ruvw.
UIaIUpon" )5 LWt)uw 4 a.).1 aIwldc!,.zle,.t and I&ifl. (imthe* 2"Md EII'.of
:a v vl live I sf ?I .. ..r'. It %t ie-. f?.,. '11,'*re ,m II.. 4 .in (If
ciMere-al th at sold orvabentOt C-er .1,tsa i11 58 .1 1 it ia r.a.'Ia a ~ t Iw
be 1. sht roo~ t% a~uired lea i &war bw Uae IMUD of~ S? o lara
Co.mptaiai i rd bEI In hosid eaut-c ozj r bo-1 Ilt.S a..o'II.rIl
MKs~aT tbhe !Infday of Apeli A is log. uSlI EEa'tcrjzt P~at's I- itis id.
U1,1Mlia. tt. O fraleaal~k.a uf bai LW wil b offia t ad' a 1.igIAc'tt ..i
.zs-r am6% edwiffgrp-rd v mait'uUAr e-raitmriii t, ;is ai bl W
WIt ibI. Au hf aberil tat'.VtI~~io. a l be pu* .ftr i. .1? E.'
IJh 4 .-Ge a tim t.I am it..) O'.eie.tliso

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINEVILLE, FLORIIDA. MARCH 5, 1909


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b Esymam" lock.


eyleatie i a thbe Miy. eof
~~Ljsgig most%*: .S t&S Wee

awe we k.st alpine

j 5fov aschadetitional
p .lo .aIbriu, mad* known es

su I a e getr forty.
~ ~ev er'y moa~ Rdy
ORI-Nall lb.hewso".ofthe
Oy- seusrat, mad will be
M sosmy Pon ofthe rakted
t-oasysp-aa advance.
oft_ No bumme damafter Greg
* at.p cslmthe wift
la"stis stknowato us
Opw e dvulsming ina&ad
~TUX DAILY 8UrN.
G~insvu.3,FLA.

UMei'3 can mow retire to


I glae la Washington


was


Ablboaso. but most of the
kis. would like to
*l iwhi they wish.

3~o says be Is not an "out
qngiate for President. But
the "outest" candidate


v istors got an Idea
has not only adopted
ter." but the pay-as-


mam should advocate a
HImrtw. That would be con-
vioWus spirit that Is nno
I* i s wife.

Slolps le: Greetings." says
Courter-Journal. Yes;
Whbre have you been so I
lnlan, yway? .-
-i -....-- -
ellesseekers' brigade had
to march In the Inaugu-
the line would have ex-
I i^M1 to Baltimore.

IeTork preacher says the
i appeared in that city,"
lrigeport (Miss.) Post.
r iUatropist should give
l Mw Bible.

is being called to the fact
kim plift commiiion work-
Se pensation. But think
iha eggs they got while vilit
lNb of the nation.

* isBlmated that .'u, de-,r were


-i1 Ie county during the o|-lan I
This seems an awful laugh .
M another point occurs What
V Say. has the State made t
Iaeetio. of the forests there '
Ste deer worth more' than a
NON&M4 acres of tiranq.- tr'-t. 1
"d ,.t
8 -.ah -
Ob NSRfednce of the railroads iii
P l a iht ie.ar. s o far as it t
^iBr the colint4'1t( Ik iti f t hf e -"
t that the roads would do i
S tb Ilb |a u..hKtg r lbu sli .." -
tOCenl rate. thiin under thi.
Im t rate. It me..li1, that ith
Id the Iile.- thi, lriiinMK leer
"'"* the' Siall-e here' the tI1%
it k-p m. ha% e' ion Kre'ater I
Sltetrsetate idring- A little
l il 6b10 hitw that hI-l
OiN lthrouKh" I,*. liliK ,off e>l
t61*3 ie s'a IN rinilt-. #i *, and
%PfteI'r aiounl,u o! tr. I ifu. tel
Pates

record for tcre.iling th.il
4 8A1ii I., I,, 1. ll,
Ell a lIV 11a 1.1 i' i IC 1. .It 1'. i ll
Tht1" r %%,- I :, ., !., t. ,, 1 1
O i tO o*-d I. 1t I A'i '

a It -' L
kIr i .l ..au ..
Yb.. borte,.,,
a' I II
b l all t I ill' I IA
but


cumII


baRest &#aneanesse


. l I.


The ilirnlinghant News :ay-. 'An
othl r Punday. lI hhitR ai alert* (I
S i ain Iowa t11wn A hI,, the- ii;ia|. # of..(
the' authorities. In hurtling the nerIn
r I' 1 o(l r out of the ( tonmaaiiit~ it
s', 'i.< that tho' dou t like .i iot r', '
lo I'ma. eithe.r. when h.e I t.o t to a
Iitniorfif '' l.' I r ,iit'fi hi :,; I N ,.. .
S tivon though .h I. -I. II t !'. '
a, ir(il,r riatit ti.&l alar.> item'fi oil $7."' n e r i '.;ft
e '1 I-w little or no t *..tt. r Ir t l. Id
for in this r ies..|lt th;iin %Ir t< .,
b. -' t-'>'i) for a Mear or tlio It. t
titnp the President has had a, hti- ,"
lion-al $227, nto a year. additional to his
a..l.r': of $.0.*too. for u,. In part or
whole. according to hi, dl rretion. for
ti:ive'ling expensess. Now the 2. ", '
travel fund Is merged into the. salary
fi:nl which the Pre ident must me t
h;-- rnnn itortation ro*s.'*"
The Washington Post says: "I'4y
special Invitation Mr. E. II. Harriman
Is to address the legislature of the
State of Texas. Here will he an occa
slon opportune with great import:
filled with possibilities of reconrilla-
tion. and a chance for the asilmila-
tion of reason. The very real octopus
Is to speak to the most Inveterate of
the octopus chasers en masse. Will
they listen to this wizard of the mar-
ket place and give heed to his words
of facts and practicability? or will
they be deaf to the tale of progress.
and whirl their brains with fads of
legislation and fancies of wrongs
never committed?"
The Charleston News and Courier
says: "Harry St. George Tucker. one
of the ablest men In Virginia. is a
candidate for Governor of that State
at the lDemocratic lirtmarles. and he
has the courage of his convictions.
The other day he said flatly that if
he should be elected Governor of Vir-
ginla and the LUgislature should pass
a State-wide prohibition bill during
the term of his office, he would feel it
to be his duty to veto it. We do not
know what effect so plain and explicit
and honest a statement will have
ul)u the Virginia electorate. but It
is better that Mr Tucker should be
right than that he should be Gover-
nor."


Instead of introducing a new edu
cation bill to meet the fate of its
predecessors at the hands of the
House of Lords, the lIritish govern-
nicnat Is going to bring in a bill to
disestablish the church in Wales.
The bill will. without doubt. pass the
Commons, but the Lords will prob-
ably throw it out. This, evidently,
is what the government expects and,
perhaps, hopes, as such action would
strengthen its position by arousing
the nonconformists and the nation
generally against the Lords. As is
well known, the slogaa of the liberals
at tilhe luxt geti 'ral 'i.ctions will be
'Aboli-h the Hlouwe of Lords as at
present constituted '


There are many glaring Instances of
the vase with bhic'h sonime business
len.n suppo.M'dly ?hrvemd and e*ll-
balanced, arte dui|'d by designing
,hari-rs.. OneI of the' latest and most
astounding is that of Sir Julius W'.ru-
hetr. who paid lIeioinie. the French
diamond niakt'r.' $: io.0ii4M for the *'-
cret ,1 his luormula and Aho as:i 'bh
result of the arre.-t and trial of 1'v
ic illo' golt lut $2 -' i da;mlagesr. 'The'
formula by lhich th. tlinanci.Tr %a-
~.ilet izeil d saf itake' sugar. rali-, it
lto a suiff 'l'iatl lt nitp-ratlure, and on
%ill olltailn ldialoiakid.- it in ei ie'i ctl
that knalles ill cmotinue- to tfliurih
Mio lUlK ili. uch t 'a.) %ittilulS ('an ll I
fotuit l
Sieml a ( eipli' 1 on4 l 1 f the, e etlo't-116
ie of > dll .4 li. 14* h I. i i h'l i i It

tl. tiro- a 1I-' ii l *ii l l *l h 1 t1 i
In .akie lit h it* I

How's This'
1 \ ', ,ff i r a i l i ,!i ,* I **
saotl for a t o' ) I' i I 11 t hI "t ii


I, .1 (' I i .t 1 *i I' I % i i.I I, i n 1 l T l il\
ll I, : I .

1 1 4i I
a! l,, -. M 1


I I I I .
I t i', I l


tie
I..,
.ltlC)LO.


s. 'ad I'.'


**J 4 5..


Attest: J M I)1
llrwn. J. W.
hllen-an. F. II.
Cobb. K. C.
Clyatt. I. J
Chaplin. G R.
Cellon. James.
Chappell. W. .
t agle. C. C.
Cutler. J. It.
[eLoach. J. L.
I take. Robert.
Duval, William.
Derrick. H. I).
Si(ckenson. T. E.
Easterbrook. (G. T,
.lewellen. J M.
Ford. H. A.
I'olks. G. D.
Godwin, D E
,riffin. Richard.
llarper. A. R.
Hall. F. C.
Iall. R. W.
Joiner. Ceazar.
Jackson. W. T.
Jolly. J. S.
Jones. J. A.
Kennard. G. T.
Kellar. J. H.


ELL. Clerk.
Ludwig. C.
Lyill. F W.
i .ore. Arlethia.
Mason. (eo. F.
Manners. J H.
Madray. J. C.
Marsh. W. C.
Misxon. L. J.
McCarroll. M G
Mchleath. Those. F.
McClenny. L. C.
Nixon. T. J.
Palmer. W. H.
Pappy. Ernest.
Seatss. W. N.
Strobhar. J. N.
Scruggs. B. P.
Spence, H. F.
Tuttle. J. H.
Taylor. Lacy W.
Tuttle. H. H.
Van Allen. James.
Woodward. Rich'd.
,* ells, T. K.
Woodson. John.
\Valters, W. A.
Werthelm. C.
Woods, Jim.


"Who are the most hopeful people
in the world?" Inquires The Detrolt
Free Press. People who reconvince
themselves annually that *Washing-
ton Is going to win the baseball pen-
nant next time. sure."

A new city hall. a city hospital. a
new bridge across the Hillsboro and
new paving and sewerage are among
the extensive public Improvements
now contemlpfted by Tampa's city
council.

Now we can see what our sea power


HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.

Whm t ft vv" eso n ermmts am"

ir preparation and dandruf emare.
as a rule, amr sticky or Irrltatia affair
that do so earthly good. Hair. whoa not
aseased. grows naturally. luxuriantly.
Dandruf is the eause of nne-tentha of
all hair trouble, and dandruff is cased
by a germ. The only way to cure dand-
ru toi to kil the erm; and. so far. the
only hair preparation that will posltlvely
detroy the germn I Newbro's Herplcda-
absolutely harmles, free from greame.
sediment. dye matter or danageous drugs.
It allays Itchlng nlatanUty makes hair
gos 4d soft as silk. "' troy the
eae. you eimov the effect." Sold hby
leading druggists. lSea e. In stamps tfr
sample to Theb erpie" Co.. Detroit,
Mich. -
$1.00 BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
J. S. Ikodiford & Co. Special Agents.


High


aWater


Wisdom


Th ere are enough uncertail-
ties about trading in eal
Estate without ( ;'ESSI N(
at thle 'litl. I Dn't take
any man'sl word! Se hal
Safe 8liW. I)'llad anll Al>-
stract of Title from


ALACHUA COUNTY

ABSTRACT COMPANY
..M N .-Vl I.l.;,. FLt


Pat-ce i
V~e. -
5355~ a'~4 9 raead51. ?.Zl C


IL. a II. mO
Wb M. JO:


~~iso


Tampa & Jacksonville RaiI'
-_ ~
RFFICTIVE DEC. 1U. MOIL .


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo
cal point South... ..................... 1006:l*
Returning, arrive Gainesville .. .............. 4:.Upl
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Pala, .
Lake City, Valdosta, and all point North '6800
Returning, arrive ineaville .... ............. *
s .s $ *'LE.ew
I .. Ii I,. .


AUITI(t COARi U!


Goes

Everywl



North, Seih, Ea


Consult the "Purp

For detailed information, rates
ervations, see your nearest
write to or cal

| A W. FRITOT. FRI
ADiv. Pe. As ient,
Atlontic Coat Line, Jock


I1 .


hiere










tTicket Agent,
Ion


Tow. PmA99^
movili., Flarida


~m In m m m a m m a m m m 4B**


S ABOARDD~
Air Line Railway
it. "gift W aill,& Lamcs.LerWilisms &ad Z. C. Dosoam moIs
SAV'A\NAII COLF MMIA CkUDE.M. SOIJT1I5RN PINAL
23Atmintl UUfBa ^WSU LVAe"kg' I mnoAmcIId i nh lAU pUf mmfm


RALbEIUGH, R ICO. WfSHI* UmAdLM'j.
PHLlADELPI;IA. NNW YORK.__oo


THREE ELIEGATNT TRAIN* DAILY


S*:AI-E PA 1:1 ': 1:-ItoI'NIP IFIST MIL

MODERN PL L AN EQUIPMENT.
'Iu;SI'API't) ~tiI.e I t (1i''1,l-Soilid Puilmiam Vasi-
#5eIt Cc[lt40111 VI I~v elI I ('iilo t'.r, 4ieei etc Car and
.111e lit hl c1 I i. I i 4e-% ('on A,14 St 4ag1ubtfileC; PVI
.1 1 l" Je i., I, j' ,. Ce. lam ivach;
Iii .. 'A IngLaSI r, T eII- Ie ) (city sam
:.,! I V4ill. etiMd %`11I 1,"St Augustho
F i t in m i d hct i cckmwe,i 'I p l~it i1 e 41t111418iV


For full Information and tel i ,Vtatcro call a
any Agent Seaboar., or write- r I '-tN Jr. AesatestI
Gciteral Passenger Agent, Jacksonvill'. Flor oa.


'5% r


ii


1 5- MC


L TW


-


OW


C


goommommmmmm


Namel Stricken From City egvistra.
toen oeks.
Noth i- he rehv glien that at n reru.
lnr nia.-tilig (if the Cit)y Council (of the
City fr Ganeliille. Monday evening.
.Marrh 1.t. 't194t*. the following nanmes
lo-r ptHticken frons the retgltration
lxNk The City Counill of the City
of (;aimisi ille will (oniene on the.
"tild dla% of A|ril l I'."' t 7 .34 p ti)
to hear cipinulaintns of any jwrions
whose- narule' have i-twn istricke-ni Iro
the list. and to re :tior' their nawe's If
reiaons are satisfactory.
T CW SHlAN I.
Prrq-ldent City Council


4


09. .;w -
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THE DAILY SIT?: (INK8VIIJ1l F. PORrflMARCH.1909


faTNTATMClN


= atef led ~ M Ot" Ortei't"at of in
~ pdbkmI ambltko.A
Uba ldbgia@toWMW. Howe
I Iss. mso the sltgrbtent
am posedir or Itw~w all reewdu-
ACasse me ie emlmwmkms In
hma dempor "up -etky fr them.
~hm I bw t or moor triesI%
E ~ athew a om f a Poliey
ftllsbe! a-the smerom men
IN go so.meb win l rteftm
*.wow. we Sam dmenmu, .1the
"N fb eph, WIN "M htomnoutam
-ooedOWso O-O Mmd ftss
4 fass sygm The 02-
41f osombasmU West sM
Sam, w" as red ft. wad
NA. Mu 6 VON e w tohheld inlj
X o %Mai nd frofd
ftviIS m b seet o w

am. I rob d pied.
61 1" 1,1"-H e- Il e,

be b- d thed





~- ~Wmm.at Me

smshe -sm ,
.d~msome
aIU~ hw Ow bffiat. amo
dmeonat~
*SamoaMarino. 10
AohoIlmmI lbh2InmofI




bi1w rbpes

whemw a bedi011"W" am.
ISOefOf a mb amen



&II~ oft gemamth "bus
"atoin I eu t 0has

4~~s &W saufgthetoshlow
A dpo&A
mad me~d mliya Val-


STohe iamile of a temporary rstral n
S Ib8 e wkthest mtk has b In Meveral
* tmat s hlms abond by it tacon
dbaees relm, and to comedy this
do plattrm pon wbkeb I was eleet-
@a mPO nIeda the formulatlo o Ia
aftlMa ft the reAltionsM under whith
I IA temorary restralalug order
0 1t1e aMiW. A statute can and
4e88t to be traded to embody the beet
sftI lethee and can bri-g the sb-
)J"t le d ty to the attentkai of the
Cest as to make a t.. of the praevs
Wmllky Is the trturv. Aumerle,-a p' I
pie It I aerwtamd them. Inaslt that
Sauthbority tof the courts hall be.
lstaled *and *are ous d tu any
CtaMge lthbe ipr-medure by whbch the
pOwera of a ourt uay I tt eakebul
*in the ftare.. maid .ff,.. iie adumin
Itertlo of Jusl1. I-. tIwitierfered %Ilti
Having thus r il'-we'd ith- quettioN
Ukely to rw'-ir diurli Iw- ralliultirm
tie and ha'lii -11 expresm-d I a I au
mary way ithl |IllIiI I hha h *I -lr I
to take Ia reeauiuulatia!s to ia> 1
fgrs and in auy rooduct am au ies u
Of*. I Invoke the ctoeildorul e i U ,
pashy sad sayr-,r' *of aiii V*..w Ii' t
Mes 1 dll It'e. abi r % I Id hII
i, g jj Aa. h&U.


HUSINRBS CARD"

D -A-.9- "'ig,
M3TffINAIRT SUIROWN.
Ofles at Crawford & Davis' at&
We. Calls anwered day or might
Cattle and dwos all gecelve prompt at.
tontion.
D -Ow)- f4. WALDO,
-DE34T1ST--
Oub" M S Mldlg,"a main Stveft
0. Pft 51S. Alm Le" OfDbme.


DR -wwamD CcLA


-mae=11


Odm to


Grahasn Daftw& eva
A brWs otre. Phomi


Ds- J.vmR3IL MO~sh
000DZTI8T. .-o..

con owoffto mandDo
am U&


DR. J. B. ALD4"AA.


b3fISr I


age ~ &ama C" NNW

W, IL AALZZ.
ATrOUUIK-AT-LAw,
VOLICflO Is UCHAJ4CKIV.


OAMW3SVlL3J AIsea 0..,
Ogg" iss almmas Ules.


VnL


FVDIAIWID BAYI.
AIOI53Y AT LAN.


0& Wamela.


FlrOlUD


Oftsa low e suplopm", (ow
~ mi m~med)lb
mmd heuha Soldbliohi
a~~ 'MM aiaisWrMls'a a
3A. O.3953
42rOAiu" AT LAW
TAAmd Uinlultein 3qsi"
eAw Dsh"e, Osseftmei and
mWa Pemssie. AU budsemmmmnd
6". *AIUUUYUUB.3, Pzmma.
vum wm m&m. ims" W. v'mxmu
MARK & FIELTING
Lawyers.


PrN sefo a ourt ,
edoraL


state a


SUncRISK FOR THE
fLUA UTfS.UN!P'



lb ram.iw adfruI (
me FUm bmo eta* bVIm~A V.,L.,
'6GO PW 1~subae&,wa
FkdbThm. '- hu~agWeF'



We AskileYOU
ID e l.car.IN SI= powfma
"m ~ because Weare a"s it
*I iel -m RememberIa
"hi rethnl rme= mod-


hias brougM roboltotho wands of
allit ak woan. so w~hy not to
ytwu? For be- ach., b~acache,
pera4c;.! Palm, fvnI46 eAk.
me:,. ff mny have auid it 1b "the
boat meda"to take.tm Try it I
&M n Lu hCky F


000".


Ik


0


CO


TEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County I

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and


THE BUSH & SAFFOR


Certificat


Valued at $3,150.00 Furnisd


The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Rq

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

The Contest to e Conducted by THE SE


Behalf of Bush & Safford.


$3,550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the poM
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the hiU
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : :



Additional


Gifts


S : : : 1


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & SafforJ Piano 0
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be W
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills wI 1
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua Couny:
To f rgSat M tMIq h Ot h*e iemt 0kah uf I ea h f.......1S


Tb go nw z


ream 6 B~ut NOW wtua in IMforushf~r *1..


To to mii.r darmiqbumtoWsima tfwnl frW........ .- sII
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to ua
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upOD th
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respKe
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
tor every cent laid into their estiblishMj..itsi fior
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broa.
Hyde L Te ch.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establit:
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun oMice. Votes stat by tuall liust be dire( td
to the Voting Contest IDepartauent of The Sun.
Gailnesville. Florida.


Rules and Regulati
1. The contest is open to anyoole 0
Alachua county who is known by the
of the coutetit or vouched for by 000o
person, to them well known.
2. :o ,'"niploee. attached or relative 9 P
prietors of the above-named flrms are
participate iu this contest, and will parlI
no muanneir.
3. In the evtnt of a mlsunderstandiS
candidates or other Interested in this
such controit-r.y may be referred to lt"
ductors (of cotiteh, t, who alone are the s
qualifid to retder d ,i ',, :-.
4. In the eveut a candidate decide ts
draw from the race, such caudidate VI
allowed to tranif r vot. toLu the credit O
candidate in the contest.


II


DA.T'LrY


4.11 --l


61.25-Three moatb4' s*.i-Lripfi~r .. .........


$2.50--Six months' suti cription( ....................... 1,00(
$5.00- One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,00(
For a club (f five one-year subb.-rittioUb (before April 1, 1909).25,00(
For a club of ten six-moutls' Fibs r i,'i~ns (thfore April 1).. .25,00(


I
I

A




4'

t.
*-


TH E


- EM -WEEKLY


$1 .C0%- OOl! t ) etib bbLi? : 111 a t- -F. .


0 vow 3; go
D votes 1,901
D voteds:3
0 votes 300W
0 votus 30,000 W


SUN


40N
.4,00'


~ol citirg vo'es b; c '~ 23 or friords within t~e stores
distr'tutir-, .otcs is ur-desired by ths prt


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;rr.9Q0(. 1:rLr .=, i~ 3 O$ $49J~ 3~ 4 a1-Z; L ~~


rMVIMI~





RZ 5IAILY OJI-


uAINEBYILLE FWOIIDA, MARCH 5, I1g


I tICARE




- rPae One.)

l ln Ill l ligt a tariff bill be
SIfthth In *at-cordsane,
gado before' the ele,'-
p P I I owEr "oand aM
g /s due conolderatlon


th.ide flip 1, 1' .. f 9r --n 1 9-1;,, r

slid Am;.i. (eof 4-our' a. 1:,4. 1, I
ce.alty fr Itu:i?1atoa11ifix Itw11 -III MAn
crw-t arviu'. loo Itdeo"q Ie lok" i'e
the rw-eauurs-':tic'nr of rwen- rc' loti.lor
lbthat ve sh-ld ~i have an ar'uai- wit,
:rieut ly hirent. ivimeP14) 1.4111'1t11114.4 not
feorin a i~uclvi-o ,a' 'lt % I~It-I, 1iie1tte
f4tVee can .jiio-k;%- &ncw
WVhat hams tw'e Pi sad eof the arinm
inay 1w *fflrins.'d In o eicti a nmere vin:
t'lint Ic Way #of the' 11.11- I A :; clcrr
~i*invir'eu'n-s ot I..' laopr-vI.ee-d. It aol


Scott's Emulsion

does all it does by virtue
of one thing-AN r- its
power to create power.

As fire turns water to
steam so Scott'F Emulsion
transforms thin, impure
1l% ^ ; -..% a ..... .:_I1t% %%-.. 1


e l iti liut ansll i,. existence wl:,.-n tine UIo J llintopure, ril n Uixxl
Ta Advefated. em. re.-e,.y .ril-es. which enlle fr It- giving nourishment and i
o ft a tariff bill tb e n ue nl I,,r-l I,,r tl,.n Mly ,d i til ui ml h, -1i
is taZation and the se- prire'1 .-''~-rer hs Itsn n;iiiy :it "hes :1.I: vital energy to every
,revenu )ie" ,.... "",',--e," ,e't ':t v 'r::, e ~ orgain, e ,-cry tissue and
I .. ee l, i, "" I :
Iti tr ci*"'*I .t .. 1, CV r ly inuscle.
L ae fre m "" e- : I L I ., a te -
f__.; CI r : a '" r 1. i r < i de I t e f rel-;'n Ir ,e
lmob the, e*l ,idlilti'*4 f ,' ir" e ';r ii': fit. l mi l i t- rc-liter: and thv a ,n eeme i t l. m t er w sm M a fe
Ss .*r i t ill ".,'' i t. r so' m sl l:o I li, r h:l Ir en,. to'~ e'is, c t to m al.d W i ma .
g-I_00. It 1' i.4mrt- :ir: : fior of the 10ll of 'tniinl:ti;iin ToM "aXprtee Hland Atlsf date WWd ** :: :
n e i'**tt" 'hl nI ot(i ll- i tn ain.vv i- t l-.It noIme'r-I:a;| r g sCOTT W Nr.o 4OPNea4lwt. N e Ye"vt
framers of tlie tariff ? our inae' w lil ,i e..'r uint ions nd nd
do om hare in Wmlnd the *he. lfst meat.ins of seurting resile-t for ---- -
I 4rely to te produced by t:he as.srtioni of auar rights. the de te duties as to a- of on- Interests nid the zerxwi'-e of if j wit 'l I.rirm',e. we lnst put
-rome. Should It be ,ur infitence In Internatinal matters. oilr'.ives in a no-ltiofn too perform our
so by Import duties Must Arm as Other Nations De. prowitil-. We ca.iniot ; .-ru!t thle polsl-
Satiore m mst be adopt Our Imternntional loil-y in always to ftle fallure of Justl.-e due to !ioial preju-
t I I recommend a promnt iIea'e \'We shall enter into die' In any state or n:nlui|ial govern.-
erltaian ad corea n wi; with a full <-onsailousnesaM of ment to expose us to the risk of a war
al certain and easy of ie awflh l,.ons.,ieuenc-s that it always which might e asvolded it federal'
Sentalls. w;ethie"- hi, o.cesftil or tiot. nnd lurisdiction was asserted by suitable
Seeoemy Urged. Iwe, of course. :n:ll tihiake every effort, legislation by *'lltie-4L- ::'*oli :;rrie'd out
ls the part of those onlsitent with ti.Ilona.l honor and the by proper iro n** "'Li. .- ilt''Ilterd byy
g t ependituresi mn.idde hlhest national Interest. to avoid a the executive i.t the courts of the na-
t .vieruteut to Lot a' rn-sort teo arins". VWe f:'vor a',erryv Intru- tional government.
pe1s1ible asind teo make i,.ntt:lity. like thlit of The lHague trl- Menetary Laws Need Change.
of adtiou as light us l c- ouna.l itid arlitrnition treatie',s made One of lthe r 'formiii toi, cnrrled- out
L shebild be atirmed In ithi at view to Its use Ir all Interns- luring the Incominig .dinitilsIraiiio i. I
of governmaiut pofl- tional rontrover.is. In oir-d-r to main- q hane of onr imoion't.Irr .l4ar l-i:tlki iij
I lSiwally true when we tain litace :and tio avoid war But we laws so as to sec.ur r':. r c., .titity
ae with a every deflit. .ehoulh ')e b lir.d t tb dsire to win the popu- Ianud vl;ould ;low ours-blves too it ome trade and to pren:t i ..4'
1111da to t:e cIitmug ff of c li'o .n ad :iiiv is l.i we did not r'llne law from operatiIg m .. oi w I
imany needed to make that. with all the nations of the world narransmnents of i1 t:.:mi I :- i T'" '
S effective and to en- anr., i .'t rl .rc'i:rerd for war. we must i nmonet:ary con.i,--u in Lt i. it'd
-.~ll isb li; proper objects Ilse cu.itelveo itn ia sitillar condition in Is giving full e-onisidelr nioen ter e-xioii:>
i*I much to be condemned order to pre- ent (itlnr uallt.,s from ,-,oneidii.n. antd ti. all Irepo.'eo.d rem':-
o fid government funds In hiking t advailt:tze of us anrd of our In- dies and will doul tles a suggest ione tIhat
agpedltlie. abillity to de'f dfutmet of agriculture the '.'-rt otr rl0it"f with a strong hand. and of pubtlc. Itln-re't. "e mi.y ioitl i
experiDments on a large in thI Inaternational tl speamd of information '-re likely too ari e in the ork-et. grow- narrow vi'-w of those whio iel,.ve thnt
11m sthe for the inmprove- lug out of the question of the hie sole purpo ,-t of the ne'w system
I-ml 1 agriculture must go oc-'n door and other i*sue., the should Ie to secure a Ilrge return on
I nite.d St:t'(ce e(n malntitlIn her Inter- bankingcaplitai nor of thomwe whot woult
of supervising buals Sts Initact l'id airn isere. respect for 'urve greater exlamoion of e'urren(.. I
lll gaways sad Induostrbl, her just deniamnis. She will not be with little reca:rd to pruvihsions for i. '
Mad the Be-oewar Inve- t ale to doi sod. howe',ter. If It Is under- rn'tln:nte r:nlempltion or ul:it'n:t,. i
rai pgautlom of unlawful stood that oLee ever Intends to bhak urity. There i li no subject of e'o.,noi |
asilets are another neces- l up her as.sertlion of right and her de ,i. ndlsin.lon so intricate and no lilkel.
government which did fetimse of her interest Ly anything but C)o 4a %Ki. c.;:ie'rial views and dogenmri
a ny ago. were verbal protest and diplonuin' e -tatemnents as this one. The commlii
e ofat p i a tu. note For these reasons the expenses .in in studying the general Induen*'.'
f a It of the army and navy and of coast de- ,,f urreitcy on busline..,s nd t,f ,u -1
e force of laws which fences should always be coasdered as nes onu urrenry have wisely xtend t
el rastervation of oar something which the government must ed their Inveatl atoi ons i-i urowl':in
h as they afedle with- pay for, and they should not be cut of f IankilO aand itontiot'e-r 1.11e bl-..d. The
ef the federal gmor through mere fonsideratioo of econ- nuforanatioun u.tat iri iI I
the most important my. Our government la able to af- from such e'awrit :.- .. !i:t fund I
11 Iretoring our for- ford a suitable army and a suitable abroad will unio:l; ..-'. le. f.nnd
pI&Mia provement of wa- navy. It may maintain them without helpful In the soluli **f i-e d-iffl lult
1 pr per government the slightest danger to the republic or problem they has e ih Itn md
Si t invlv e large the se of tree stitutons and fear Favor Postal Savings Banks.
I pa perly performed. of addiltonal taxation ought not to The incoming 'uon~r.te should
them like the rescatua- change a proper policy In tbhi rewaida promptly fulfill the prionline of the- lHe
OlaNds are made to pay Protection For Our Citisens Ahreod. publk-an platform aud pass a liroier
ttthers are nof buch a The pollcy of the United States to postal savings hank bill. It will uot
that thiA cannot be ex- the aniab war and suce has given be unwise or etceslve iagternall6m
iB A pet'anama canal.n- a position of inlsen Sthe a nama canal tt enr- tona that it never had before and ment will furnish an ludu'ement Ito
Sthu be paid fd r lt b the hbould be constantly exerted to sefur- savnlugs deposits which private enter
1lM6 tbhe i. fr which lh to its bona ade citizens. whether praise cannot supply and at such a lowI
.eLts t I ie 'i f whibe native or naturalized. respect for them rate of Interest as not to withdraw
l -a b e t Itn'l t*h ae' t s u -hIn t foreign countrieL. We customm from existlug banks. It will
Stal bt.egrtru.ifel;:nin l. should make every effort to prevent substantially Increase the funds avnil
I th mbmlued to the erl.e u It Iumlllating and degrading prohibition able for InvestynemIt s. capital In use
StCe 0ltteds whether the aguilst any of our cit iens wishing fil enterprise. It will furnish the
!1c ('Oltreal of the anuel etmporanlrly ft sojourn in foreign coun- ablolute xecurlty whib wake I tb
tel liy ke' thi of the tries- because of rate or relLiioin. proposed bherne of govenliUenti i( ar-
I Mla ia llppi when deft The Japanee Question. I nts om deps relts luri without
U't"l plans for th' ent.r The adnmisslon of Asiatic Immigrants Its pernkiou, result.
S l,1 app1ved andt det'.r wbo cannot be amalgamated with our Ship Subsidios Advoeated.
o tsidNot bet provid"-l fotr o iopulatiet laf s ween made the subject I rin'er'lt In;6.' I1' I th lould0.milg
ol. itlhitr tof prtohibitory clauses in our congress w ll I li. s i id e'.
h ree e ex tliture'.s of iretlels ali mi.mltuies or of sit-let ad o the imtortlran. e of eutr feraeigo trade
b .tu.ltely nie .,'es.ry Ift ur :uilClts:rn t'i. r.:ulation setur'd b:, dli ud ot .;i rinr al.a It lit re.l ).r 5 Ug)
*l aint1, u its pro.re r pi l.:,' o l ieat'e 4.lti:liilS. I slicer. ) iy hope f*at h w to i e'I"** 'i t I 1 -ct It,.e o
I tttosaa of the world ::'.ni i- t1 I t i. mt : *.':'' te' tui i:niie the e arti. itrd ll, the' .'t, ItT>e*s the' I'h i
l propel r i tlue'r:c.' in a.' 0' lil I I tI..-!. t'o urtin' from sueh It nl 'L* tSi r ll,., 0l -u i e i t'rl e '0 1 te r o
SIrew itr Ic:Ih re',... lt: ti,. ':t oin wit lheUt ll' ..e-e sary frit, tiee i r 1,. .\ h I o, iJ t'
tl* *.' 1 -* ,t e l U 1.. t il e e'n e'sic S l eM -l c, 'i(c 1 I I ..i. r I .l ii,,od II. .

P klr to s hin hi l is,,h.e r -. ry pro- ttsutO u t e n l ",,
p i ttllo, u cf ,,,.. ae. it It ,t .' f: .t ...t *t o e- 'o *- ll t as r 1 I:.e I oo 0I
aiDS tality. I rtef't.r tol lhe- ir-t'-, ,f r;> e f.,!t.. t',' -" c i I, o t. ,r i .' ..l, i' hae--.',
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it I h 'lic .i i r e', .r t il it ia
IMi, |niy ei .o'ic-otilnilxzF thI. trth'.l otitl
Inental rnatt- wItIh nr'is"-t toi bulky nwr-
chandl.e. It will ailo bave a most
Il'tiethtlal effect Ito lin'rase the trade
heiween the eastern aeaboard of the
Intilted late and the western coast
of Pouth Amenrila and indeed with
some of the ilmportaut ports of the
east coast of kouth Amenrica reacbed
by rail from the west coast. The
work on the canal i making mo t sat
lsfactory progress. The type of the
canal an a Iowk canal was Oed bytoy
congress after a full consideration of
the v-onflleting reports of the majority
and minority of the commntlng board
and after the recommendation of the
% :.r *l .1rt1iunit nl the 'XPe-'iltive
ill' >, t', *-' rv ii-r;< Re 't.it 4ugi;t.estio t
Ili.it wotr lhiing li:d oe.curn'd on tlie
I things to make tlie lIw-k t.iy of the
.annnl I e*s feahille than It was sup-
i to-. 4P t -o wta'nl IIln- rej rts a were
ntl"id aiil tlte' aolit y determined on
1e41 t4o a viilt toI the IIthmus of a
Ihoard if (oiui)l'etet eigilnee r to exam-
ine the ;iatin dam n sid lIrwks which
are, the ke tf the lo-.'k type. "The re-
port of th: t l.oarnlI shows that nothing
has occurred In the nature of newly
revealed evhide-oe which should change
the views on e formed In the original
disrcusion. The construction will goe
on under a moat effective organization
controlled bly Colonel <(oethals and hbis
fellow army engineers awlloiated with
hibm and will certainly be completed
early in the next adminlsttation. If not
before
kkt** (lye of caunal usult be con-
strucled. Thbe lock type has been se-
lected. We are all in favor of having
It built as promptly as possible. We
must not now. therefore, keep up a fre
in the rear of the agents whom we
have authorized to do our work on
the Isthmus. We muat bold up their
hands, and. speaking for the Ineombin
administration. I wish to Pay that I
troetlw"s to devote all the energy posAt-
Mlle and under my control to the push-
Ing of tbhis work on the plans which
haei been adopted and to stand behind
the men who r.'., -l-ita, fail:lful hard
work to bri'* n.mI il li thet, r! c miii',.,
lion of thi. :". ;re.leslt eo.istruit tiv<'
enterprise iimdern ilime i
Free Trade With Ph0lippine.
The gov# ...:,4 ,of :air dIelo-veden'
cles in P'or;.. ii, o ioii l tthe l'hltili|pli*
are prfogr- z: i3s f.n ra;lly as would
be desintri '1 ale lltrrolerity of 'orto
Itieo :cillt e s unlathited. The tout
nelt. a,.indii ot it In the I'hlllppiie' nitre
not all that me could wl'wih tin in n be.
but wilh theh' j iii.iane of le linewn tariff
bill perwiltiii:r frre trade btlweeen the
United .ttaie sand lhe ar.hipela o.
with such I'uiltatlliou in sugar and
tobacco as -h.lll prevent Injury to the
domestic literesis tIn thmoe products.
we ran count on an Inprovenment Into
business cottltioii in the l'hallliIplnes
and the development of a nmutually
proi'tubloe Irude between this country
and the islands. Meantime our gov-
ermnin .t In ,each dpldendecu-y is uphold-
lag the' traditions of civil liberty and
lcreasing )popular control, wlikh might
be exported under American auspices.
The work which we are doina Itere
redioundis to our credit as a nation.
Werds of friendehip Fer the outh.
I look forward with hope to Incres--
lun the already good feeling between
tline sltth uhnd the other sectiuoae of the
country. 3ly chief purposi se isa ot to
effect a change In the e'lc.etoral vote of
the southern s'nt.s. That is a second-
ary econasiderailon. What I look for
ward to is an in reaee In the tolerance
of plJolitlScal 'iews of all kinds and
their advrcia'y throughout the south
and the einltettee of a reapee table po-
litical oppjoositiooiIn hc.ery state- even
more than tIls. tee. to an Increased
feeling on the -nrt of ali te people lu
h1w ,ce'h tluat hli .-ovrtmilCett ia their
gie, I' m l''il me '4l l hl it I>i oa~fthi'ros Ins
their lat.iia tie ir oti trI
The Negro Qouesten.
Th" ,oi ,i, :i,n'l f ih hiN )u^ ioi
canuuot, bo' '*, I, e ,,tillett' and full
without rc.. ** to lihe teg"'co roia-.
its ipr'>rc. :: it l, I' rr"*"t ceondittl'n
Tle It thirto : t; I nahtlilto'eint sae-uri 'i
tIhtlln fr '.. a ilg a." fou't itt-i'tt aMline'l:li
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rt luite itIr. il t:'Lke In the fl:'.rl r
of the eiit.r,4 l: I< 1:ere.:ow l T 1:e <-iI-
tirned I ,il illilat i n...'- tihe r I. *, nu Ih.*
results of their own linluetry. Wslf re-
stralat. thrift nixl iUalmerns I-ewm as
well as upon the aid and comfort and
sympathy wlhih they may t'elve
from their white neilhbors of the
south. There was a titue when north-
eeru who symniMlathibe with the ne-
gro In his necessary strunrle for bet-
ter conditious sought to give to him
thie auffragr na a protection and to 9o-
fore its ixen-ise against the preval-
Ing mentimnent of the south. The move-
nint proved to be a failure. What -m
main 1is the fiftenth amendment to
'*, -I I'i'i* ", *l. .I Itie r .ht to h :ve
,..itc'e t -in.t' ,' e ifylngi quallifea-
ttstim for vIl. tonor wu!ijet-ld. to the test
if co'njo rlni'e with th.t amoendmset.
Ihim 1.4 at reut protection to the eg
It nveer will 'e rpeal"id. and It never
ougltt to be repealed. If It had 40t
leen io4med it nisthr te discatt amew
to adopt It. but with It lu oar fnad-
mntnal law the policy of snethern 1-"
Itlattin munt and will tend to ebey I.
and so long as the state of tho *
states meet the test of this ammad-
nient and are sot otherwie ta oan-
filtl with the coM ltutiom ad laws of
the I'nltd States It I sot the diped-
lion or within the prowbee tdo Id-
erIl froernment to tW e VW"m the
regulation by southern states of thir
domwtlk affairs.
"eWe is Now AntaeiSU'm
There h In the mouth a tbesger t1
Ing than ervr among the Illipus.
well to do and Inluesttal imat' e
favor of the lidustrtial edieltIs at
the negro and the encorawe t
the race to make themselves eslf
members of the community. The
progress which the nogro has made
the last fifty years frtm slavery, w
itP suttltitls are reviewed, i arvel
ou'. nu.l It f::-ishbes every r nesto
hope that In the next twety-fve yese
a till greater I-iprovemet A his i
ditIon as a productive manager f so
clety. on the farm ad ha thel Wp a-I
In other occupstloms ay c a Tl
negroes are now Aimrtesm Tdrt-'
aneetorn came here yeam e fo
their will. nad this I their ouV ee-
try and their only ga. Thiy W ea
l.howu themselves anxlous to MV OW
It and to die for It. Emestullrh aft
rn.- feeling agitat -hmM-hi
at times to cruel lnjhaq g w ew seg
of It. they may well abve r ple-G
sympathy and aid i thi d ~ eW
are making. We are chmgad W"NthO
cred duty of aklg tir path as
mmooth and easy as we O&. A
coatrn. or their s -a-
any appolntmet to ea OI ft li
their mnumer. is pgepo t
encourageni mt and an aprMb *
their program, and this peA
ball be parimed.
The AppeltatmeM of Neees
But It may woU "ad"mt o 4ated t
whether tIn case tof ay nes a
polatment of enm w their meMsWM
a oealsOe dkoIs ei iemaly Is wN
the race fellnag is s wIisemtv -
acute as to laterfte with tel asia
tacilty with which the t~es
ment bultnesa can bI done by tlhe n*
ponlate ist eof dit m siek 1 by way
of emcourawemnet to tap me to t*.
race feeling which -eah a .p
mint is likely to eglsder. Th-ru
the executive l iecoagisag the Mp
rce bry appetsntmets met enee a
aeftul d4irstl mot ttereby bdo it
more harm thm good.L On the ether
baud. we muet beo eual met to *e*
eonrage the mear p ote f ae lM-
Conamed om pa Ioees.D



Breas, Cakes ai




Iving repeated aad arnutvated Ou
Ilikry, we are aow prnpian.- to giv



I ,,*xwiermn~at urvlotw. Have oar Iwe
''o -tioi. at yocur dow or vtry mocniag.

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THI DAILY *UTN: GAINkyFILLl, FLORIDA, MARCH A, 1909


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L imTEKRST
DU qgPORTER&

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ipm-ftonl an


Sg- d at Sat *8 's

S lthar t is Ikorked out0
picture t ri-
4s has twnMed frmn a -t !,r'
11 to Ls':. "* *'* "
oef Oraals' I'i# -"
tour to the City.
paid to ladies '
'.s RestauraLt.
y of JacksanvUle
th*l 'a7ys In the city.
, "d wife of Jonesville.
#Mcy yesterday.
excel any other
,- m- evening of pleas-

the barber of Waldo,
~tIness ain the city

Sr left yesterday for
l connected with the
office
of Tacoma. one of
iLL -trackers of that section.
d uty yesterday
Seof Newberry., de-put.v
section. was among the
Iptt city Thurt(d.:-.
igmBaat evening can be
Op the moving pictures
il Theatre. Ten cents.
F Colson returned yes.-
^i Waten Alachua. w here
lM business for the past
I^^


WE ARE GRINDING OUT
Tn of th finest ('ICoff Ini o.-pound
"*: 3 o ,' c .i-e'q< t T r '" t '.*

1 : 1 fr tt t
1.1e i~dti '. i &I l ti t'f I( ;,r- ii l t
I 1, i ]lk.. keeps uji th4caue we give? Kcod grq
ouw k4 for the lea-t amount of mme.y--
ve d( liver Irf)in jliy and ju.-t a-
rterei-d.
Swell the ranks of our pleased pa-
trons by a message to Phone 18. or
call by and leavp your orders.
SAUNDIIRS EARLL.

Keep your eye open for some fane
innovation at the electric Theatre.
Mrm. J H. Winter of \\W il) w%:i it
the city yesteri:ayv. and wdhll. hern.
made this office a phlasant call.
I'lank', Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 21c. Sold by W. M. Jotonwn.
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Waits left yes-
'ruqla I r Jackkstivilli.H' on a comltian' d
busine .s and pl-asure trip for a few
days
F. J liamniond, oine of the most
e'Xt(nsit-e merchants of the East End.
was transacting business in the city
yel.telJ uay.
T. J. McRae, the manufacturers'
broker, has returned from points along
the East Coast. where he reports a
large trade
C FP. Goodman left yesterday for a


glfte- of Fairbanks was In short business trip to Lake Butler.
piserlay. He has just re- He goes to look after some property
Jacksonville and ua.s en in that section
IDoc Kline of Palatka. stage manager
er (t Newberry. a suc- of the Ilaird Theatre, arrived In the
of that place, was city yesterday. He is rejoicing over
some business niatt.er the arrival of a fne girl at his home.
Hoffman, the celebrated German
H lavareose of St. Augu,- '.' stallion, will make this season
mil a the city on a visit at Crawford & lDavis stables Termsn
lIMO Mr. and Mrs. J. T reduced-$10 service fee. cash in ad.
II s alesville. % ance
l s who has been spend- F. I. Godfrey of Alachua was among
igt several weeks in this the visitors to the city yesterday. He
Sfor Citra. where he Is the popular cashier of the Alachua
I br1t returning to his Bank and says business is lively in
01111M the cotton city.
Manager Calltmon uf Spring Park
ters and children. aho Farm was in the city yesterday. He
II ibuag the family of Rev
t or the Palt several says he is now selling a good many
il Ytr dye p t heveiral registered cattle in lots of one and
tu yesterday for their two to farmers who desire to increase
the grade of their stock.
L. J Clyatt. a former citizen of this
city but wnp is ow conuductint an ex-
r 'lowig wim lenusive furniture business at Duunel-
i Ion, was in the city yesterday He
ckd the asWail aid waz et route to ,evyvlie. near Hron-
i .,oi. ewh-re he in largely iUteTrvsted in
a hig cattle farm
*Mdthatemed at finrt We offer the- choicest accomunoda
^tius, f(x)d and se ice and are. glad to
b- '~h dark wa reefoliage extend d commercial rat" to our patrons
in the city and vicinity, ila. Singk
M** the lovely si:ih* I elegant rooms. $.'* o er dao luxu
that cooled that
dal s rious rimnis with private bath $:00.
l tM a d iocn od alei mnleal. r75c. sul.eror table-
Ioard. $ on per week lIrown Hom "


THE NAME IMPUES THE BEST


I---


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iiMuales, Buggies and Wagons, Harness ic.

"---I KIT LIVERT TURNOUTS IM IHE CITY----





rt a Savings Account

La, .WITH


Ler Brow,


Darnkers


Cedar Key oysters, day and might,
at Rutherford'e Restaurant.
Splendid array of llhely. startling
and instructive pictures tonight at
the Electric Theatre. Ten cent4-
,irn. Lola M&oody left yesterday for
limokledge, where shbe w11i1 i'-nd a
i,,w days lki.ting friends and rela
Uv,s.
Mrns 0 P .hawl of Alachua arrived
In the city yesterday and will 'ix nd
-owneUr imne hiTre visiting her caught, r.
Mrs. W. T. Gill.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathuslhek.
Fisolber and lens & Pond Plianos nand


Crown Organs for sale by W. L...Hill1
PIDno for reqnit or exchange'

.aaat (,.jidlof ItH01) c ar
Jl aar .tt ld .af't. riccs a t *tf 3 o !ee 1
t th. e, L'J. ~ :~ '.c-eai-
". !- I


-T HAVE TO TOU


Ep~l


The goMi-will, kindest regards and best wish-
Ce of Pe.la officer alid director of the Bank,
1ntil yot1 will always find a cordial welcome in
our annking rooms.

Make our place headquarters--every conve-
nience taffordedl to make our place pleasant
ilti agreeable to those who call to see us.



THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BAK
"Till N.W lII.IABLE


A..'istanit Cashhr Lee Grahamn lft ('omni )>: "As a pubel reader., he
y,'-telr(day for a short business Irip to has but few equals In fact. n! a
Ja k.-ouaille. He is ateruated in a grader she surpas ws any other eloe-u.
lar e tract of laud In the metropl,'di tionlst I h.iae et.r heard." Ctol G: and goes there to look after his Inter W. Bain. ti he r'eat orator and lectur-
'.st in their FAut'. |rer of Lexington. Ky.. says of her:
R. N. Owens, who has been employ- "She in one of the few reader I de-
ed Ln Ocala for the past several weeks. light to hear.-
returned to the city yesterday. He The following Is from The Roston
has accepted a position with the East (Mass.) Globe: "Mr. Leon ilatcbeld-
End Dairy and will again make this er. flute soloist. completely captured
place his home. the audience by his wonderful mastery
Mhi SaliNe Plakoson left )eeterday of the instrument. lie was recalled
',r Jone-ville to be present at the sv ral imues and was obliged to
marriage of her friend. Miss Annie glv,. a double encore "
Dudl.-y. to Mr.%~. E. Garland, which The following It from Preston. Ia.:
i'ippy event occurred last night at lion Itatchelder. flute and piccolo art-
dt. hunom of the bride 1.t,. wasf .ry plainly the favorite with
the1 audif.ic*. "
Five-room cottage to rent on block the audience "
The following is from The Albany
adjoining square, formerly occupied H i C s L
,,;a > Herald: "Miss Christine L.
by W. L. LeGrande; city water, elec-
(;ilh.. he assembly soloist. was at her
tric lights, sewerage, bath, and all Gil. the ass lyoloistwa at her
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs. This versatile arti.t. .he
_,)i.e in< ; clear as a glass bell and
1i. II. McCreary or Sun office. %,w eI saClear as a nlans bell and
-.co-n vcr-at!!!ty prnlngs a new sur-
The iorch covering the sidewalk prise almost daily. was heard A a
in 9ront of the grocery and meat mar- number of se'-etitos Miss lGiles'
get of Fagan & Lo. to being repaired .Bright Stpr if live' with violin ol 1:-
Wd n~-w timbers placed therein Af- ato play. .1 her elf was one of the
ter the carptnter.s are through the memorash', things of the ast4embly."
front of the building will be neatly
:J:t.-d Foley's 1onev and Tar cures coughs
Geo. I. ItDo. who owns an electric quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex-
theatre at Starke. left yesterdayy for pels colds. Get the genuine In a yel-
diat place. going through the country low package. J. W. eCollum A Co.
tm his new machine. It. Lilleniblna a


Au(nt along with him to see that noah-
Ing happened to the autonobil-, dur
ing thl ro)d trip.
Miss Lena Colclough has resigned
her position at the office of Dr. Timon
in order that she can give more time
to her candidacy in The Hlevator pi-
ano contest. She says she is in to
win the instrument and Is working
bard for that end.
Mrs. 8 S. Miller of Jacksonville.
who has bee visiting in the city for
the padt few days as the guest of the
family of E K. Fagan. returned to
her home yePterday. She wa ac-
comlanied by Miss Ernletnae Pagan.
who will visit In the metropolis
D. F. Graham. wife ad little son.
Paul. who have beow spendi g th,
past few weeks In the city. departed
yesterday for their Virginia home.
They were acompanted as far as
Jacksonvilr by Capt. Jas M Graham
and wife. whom they have -em visit-
linxg
L. J. Be kh a. the East Side clothier
and furniaher, has rutared from t.-
EIastern markets, where he has bues
for the past tea days purchasing his
-pering and sumanier stock. He says
he has purchased the largest line of
Kew.di h-" *- t-r lwfowe brought to this
ert)> ald will bte able to Msuply v every-
th'ig 1annt.-d itn the f'ir iri.hliig fine.
'HI I l;. t'l're- tie inos ,eltle.- llald geN Xt
tl.' et' r p t-fore'


AMUSEMENTS


The Electric Theatre.
N 'A itI t,, I ict a 1 1 y afte-r


The "~Danidy Dixie"Minbtreis.


c C* k Iti I. ( .1114 t:.c -I lot*tie
I l ~~ it*~ 1A. 0.~ '1a1441t )( .ce .

t i II .111I I,. % ircrIE. I -c-ri dI igi
-114i f, I i r Lj4i t gel El. runtie- lire.
I i, ,. Iall II ,. p r for o ll o l t &i h


The Lyceumn Course.
A 'r a *it I lrc. I itI )f %'t A--) SAt
%I Act III el, (~ G at ft f M las
#)it 1iA AiAs a *ho will apiesr at the
I Iiah St hoed Aoditorium Tuesday
acIi!lkl with the- Chrittlue U~les kecitAl


FOR


HNTS..





5c





RENT.


"Moim te 7,mbwd Now'- a ml AN
Week Uw~

LIAMM & BMW s GAIJBBULSYIL
Abnume-Hill OilLAM












pma; W" "b bw U.
"W; mob W "&WAi 3
a" WinthARem Su -=
opar Kej mdal hu
law
to)wn. PUOSPUAT3 iin,
NflUl4, SAW-MILESml PAM
Mius.momW A

m1W om Prim


FOR RKENT-1ve-room cottage. A | Efl
ply 200 B. Liberty treet
'bOt RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to aquaar; city water,
electric li'-hU.. bath room and all
modem con veniees. Apply at this
offhi e

FOR SALEL
FOR SALE- Two fve-foot bshow cases
A J. VIdal HO !
FOR HALE -Good gentle horse and --- A
nice rubber r-tired buggy. Apply P. 0.
Itox No ;7; U

WANTED-MALE HELP.
ARW
WA.\NTi'' YI -,ng ilrliter of ordlnaia
ex|i>ri, 1. *" w ho desires to better 4 m* ianl Ilook ti
I<' t I.tdi to a(ct &a, Kallo) boy. y *'. t ti,*' lri<.' to I
.: kli itl>ut- and et t>)pei oi
1., !.lllt. i )d l K ,'.ral r work anM Davis
tI..l c) feoprl-ain Musl bt "I av be
Ii,1 aiid ,l K. xl habite Apply Lry Sae
4A& .1' c' ,~m


ITmimi I


First National Bank
(tAI.NKI*VII.l.. l'I. (lt II)A


Established Over Twenty Years
Capital, $10(M),4M .I() 0 Surplut-' $.',(M. .(,)

TES STATES MPSITOR

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


JAV. M. I ra hal I,".
X. baire, Vk.iceflu


Ii I i..~ -F 4'aiclei.-g
I. *c t t'~aIu'


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'it* With 11 ;111 !Im 1*1.% 11 111 1


of tour 11 :1, mo! 1w I I








TilH DAILY SIT: (AINEVIrLE, FLO)R


9TW AND

IT CONDENSED


KRAL INTMRIST
NR5PONRTERS.

l ll What is 0e
sal and

ago of he city.

)I -1 s st at Remrmd's

- pi theater i knmockd out

^ ^ ba A rt timn#d from a "it9
Ip tolIt "
of Oral.r* Msi".eg* ip
r o there city.
paid to tadle*'
fod 'i ReutauranL
0 i y of JackseavUle
yV's lIn the city.
sad wife of Jonenvillel
Il4 cy yesterday.
excel any other
l. evening of pleas-

'b~*barber of Waldo.
F lmaeus in the city


left yesterday for
M connected with the'

of Tacoma. one of
-~lal takers of that section.
tI Wty yesterday.
L )in of Newberry. deputy
section. was among the
I f c!ety Thur d.7.,
iga ast evening can be
g-Bi the moving pictures
e "Theatre. Ten cents,
iager Colson returned yes)
S:Western Alachua, where
m business for the past


C dar Kiy oysters. day and night,
at Rutherfonrd's Restaurant
gI Splendid arra> of lihely., startling
anid inatru, tive phltur-" toulight at
the Electric Theatre. Ten cent,,
,A e Mrs. Lola Moody left ye-terlay forw
lin kledge. here she e ill peli-nd a
iw da.tys '1 iting trends and re-la

VMr ( F hawl of Alachua arrived
In the. city yesterday and willI send
S- 1I.1v tinine here' visiting h,,r dauightitr.
Mr- W. T. Gill.
S Chickering. Katw. '.Mathushl'k.
WE ARE GRINDING OUT F'ii her and lIers & I'omd I'lano!, and
Tonq of th. inert rff it ,.on. -n ~Crown Organs for sale by W I. Hill1
', 0 of the fie (Ch T I. ,, i e- M anow for rent or exchange,


*^ ,'t "; "ip-t T r f r ,* I;r .
*l *, 'f I. r f l i d ;r, i t
S.i;.l .< -1: Wi t -, 1fI t<>d( ;.r h e' bt-I kt t.e w:ui.-tI' (Our ti.., !
e,'i'-s up hb eaue we givo good art)
oe.(*kI for the lka-t amount of money
,te dlivher lpromp'.tly and ju-t as
,r ,,rud.
Swell the ranks of our pleased pa-
trons by a message to Phone 18. or
cal by aad leave your orders.
SAUNDERS I EARLL

Keep your eye open for some 8dae
innovation at the electric Theatre.
Mrs. J I. Winter of \VWal,1)a w.a i
the ( city yt-ter.'ay. and uHll,. here
mad.l this office, a IleaA: Plank's Chill Tonic in guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrlp*e.-
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jolnson.
Mr. and Mrs. I W. Waits left )v-,
*.-rda 1I .l Ja'k..-M ill.o' n a ('t:icom biii.-l
phuslnc.s and pleasure trip for a few
da) s


P J Hianinond, one of the most
extensive merchants of the East End,
was transacting business In the city
ye'tel'ay
T. J. McRae, the manufacturers'
broker, has returned from points along
the East ('oast. where he reports a
large tr.id,-


Frll C F Goodman left yesterday for a
rId of FPairbanks was in short business trip to Lake Butler.
= lwday. He has Just re- ie goes to look after some property
SJacksomnville and as e in that section
SDolkc Kline of Palatka. stage manager
f~ w of Newberry, a suc- of the Itaird Theatre, arrived In the
jh t of that Diace. was citt vyesterday He is reokinsr over


er some business matter:

Lia Savarese of St. Augus-
idRMId la the city on a % isit
rM1M Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
it GalaesvillUe.
NIs. who han been spend
s svevral weeks In this
S19dtm fIr Citra. where, he
Sd~fo returning to his

* rs a n ad children. a ho
SvbuUftg the family of Rev
1- for the past several
l 0ted Yesterday for their




w6ft mmnsg swine
- t9- odkd the m~sr il aA
S"ml, k"Behold the source
a AilthMatemond atfirst
SMa ofnaem pure and
l WM dark green fo lige
oew the lovely si:h*.
.haM cooled that
HLM11 ta. awao
W"d sM


the arrival of a fine girl at his home.
Hoffman, the celebrated German
- ca). b stallion. will make this scazon
Sat C('rawford & lav.is .'tables Termns
reduced-$10 service fee, cash in ad-
vance.
FI. It. Godfrey of Alachua was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
is the popular cashier of the Alachua
flank and says business is lively In
the cotton city
MIanager Callison of Spring Park
Farm was in the city yesterday. He
says he is now selling a good many
registered cattle In lots of one and
two to farmers who desire to increase
the grade of their stock.
L. J. Clyatt. a former cidzen of this
city but wanp is now conducting akn ex-
tensive furniture business at D)unnel-
lon, was an the, city yesterday He
%was en route to ,evyvUil&. near hron-
-onl. where he is largely intereled in
a lbig cattle farm
We' offer the- choicest accoannoda-
tionsl. food and er', rice and are' glad to
extend commercial rates to our patrons
in the city and vicinity, %Ma. Single
e'le'ant reoiIn.. $.$ :', lper da'. luxu
nout iransi, with private bath. $:; ",
.inlKlg' InebL. s uisernor table,
Imard. 5S eCo per week. Itrwn Hle "


THE NAME IMPLIES THE BEST


I
((-I


'p. ~


*~IA es w itv aiw t I a r I e'a I-iZi.4. '* I) i s tIi

oaf outr Ii t.- a o! 1. In, i~ jt


~~~M tesBuggies and Wagons, Harness Ic.

uh~lI93lT UVEET TURNOUTS IN 1]HE CITY ----


ta Savings Account
-ITM


Ifer Bros.


iBan iker


I


-Intl Sa (jIld Of kieAi 1 aU. 1 L~
:i Ini t i t hii:- aft ritwe iat'u .1 : i 44
t t It. re ( Let>, A I: i 4 ',eItie i


U


A.-'is ltait Cashier Lee Grah.am left (ompan) : "As a pubhe reader. she.
y,'-te<'rda) for a she(rt bumaier-:- trip to hias lnbut fewf equals in fact. a1 a
Ja .ksou.ille. H iis itoeruated in a reader, she surpa w.,s any other eloi-u-
large tract of land In te' nmetr4e|>)ll tioulst I have' ter heard." C'%l Gtia.
and goes there to look after h!s inter- W. Hain. the great orator and klctur-
"'t an thel'f .-i. ,e.r oif I xington. Ky.. say* of her:
R. N. Owens, who has been employ. "he is one of the few readerA I de-
ed in Ocala for the past several weeks, light to hear."
returned to the city yesterday. lie The following In from The Routon
has accepted a position with the East 4 Mass.) Globe: "Mr. leon Illarbeld-
End Dairy and will again make this er. flute soloist. completely captured
place hi. home. the audience by his wonderful mastery
AlS s Sallie Pinkoson left )e.terday of the Instrument. lie was recalled
" r Jon'.-n ile to e' present at the "evral Urnes and was obliged to
marriage of her friend. Miss Annie gi v' a double encore"
Dudl.,y. to Mr.'. E. garlandd. which I The following in from Preston. Is.:
h41'i,Y event occurred last night at I'I)on llatchelder. flute and piccolo art-
.. .. .. t was %.err nlainlv the favorite with


he honuw' o the bri de
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoning square. formerly occuplitd
by W. L. l.4rande; city water. elec
trick lights. sewerage, bath. and all
nmouxern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
Ii. II McCreary or Sun office.
Tihe porch covering the sidewalk
in fro.t of the grocery and meat mar-
Pe't of FagaiU & to. la being repaired


r!'d ,,w timbers played therein Af-
Ler the carlwnters are through the
front of the building will be neatly
: .i:. -.,A
(:co I tiolg. who owns an electric
theatre at Starke. left yesterdayy for
Jhat place going through the country
in his new machine. H. Lillenbluin
e (nt along with him to see that noih-
ing happened to the autor i'il!',. dar
ing the raid trip
Miss Lena Colclough has resigned
her position at the oaice of Dr. Timon
In order that she can give more time
to her candiday nla The Elevator pi-
ano contest She says she is In to
win the Instrument and is working
hard for that end.
Mrs. S. K. Miller of Jacksonville.
who has beu I visiting in the city for
the pabt few days as the guest of the
family of E K Pagan, returned to
her borne .evterday. She was ac-
complanied by Miss Ernmetile Pagan.
who will visit In the metropolis
D. F. G(;rbam,. wife ad little on.
Paul. who have bee spending the-
past few weeks in the city, departed
yesterday for their Virginia home.
They were accompanIed as far as I
JacksonvtllJ by Capt. Jas M. Graham
and wife. whom they bave heea visit-
ing
L J. BewkkIm. the East Side clothier
and funnihber., ha retarded from tUw
Eastern markets, where he has beuo
for the past tea days purchasing his
Papring and suuinmr sItock, liHe ays
he. has purchased the largest line of
Keew. hlie e-.er l..ewft- thought to thi
n't) aid will b* able to suppl ever)-
th'ng m:tintd in the firtiAhing fine.
'Ui I t.' vi, rtr I 'e' no! \'eltle ;id gftNrd-
i tl. ,. -v*r t,'fore-


AMUSEMENTS


The Electric Theatre.
\ w 11 ,, 1 I l | I 1 V,* I) ;i f|..!
*i. .. I .( itl
% I


Tre Dar-.dy Li '.e" Minbtrels.
I I I, *It

i~ if ar I. r i~ .r (I ;it Itia



1 II,.'.r I., t 1 e.11aee1, tier.'
1 4. aJ.ie' 1, a.r Ife th 11- 6:11t


The Lyceum Course.
i' a ire i uIi f WV 4' 10.I) .411
I~~14 WA G&le en 4 .ei slf M Ii'm
~:eeI~s i~aib be sill wiat tist-
1Iigh H(S ixejl Auditorium rue-Mis)
I ~'t~A si the- ('riline' (JGilt-s Be4e4ItAl


1-- pP 1bRyV: 1 l6PRAII i Lt- A 071W I-
the audience
The following Ie from The Albany
iGa.i Herald: "Miss Christine L
(Giles. the assmbly soloist. was at her
I.eat. Thi' ve~rsatille artil.t. vw h:~,M
%,>i(e is as clear as a glass bell and
.*or-p verrat!lity s'r!fngs a new sur-
prise almost daily, was heard In a
number of w"t-tietmios bls (2les'
'Bright Stp, of I.ve' a ith violin ,ol .:-
gato play y he.-r.elf was one of the
menmora' thingE of the avesembly."

Foley's Hlney and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex-
pels cold-. Get the genuine In a yel-
low package. J. W. 11cCollum & Co.




..WANTS..





-- 5cS


&PR LINE


FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-ive-yroo cottage. Ap
ply 200 L IAberty street.
FOR E.ENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water.
electric lihlt-, bath room and all
modern convenlescee. Apply at this
office


FOR ALIL


FOR SALE Two vte-foot sbow cases.
A .1 Vidal
F'OR SALE -tood gentle hurse and
nice rub,,- r tired buggy. Apply P. 0.
ikox No ..f;


WANTED-MALE HELP.


Katimotre Furnbbwd lpwb md AN


LAMM ea& 806FA GAINUVILLI
Abwsm.-HiII Co. ILL.


~'e~Ni'i '.tiigprintar of ordmaea.%,
e*)L Iif r i i ee*v6ho, dep-ire'a tIo be tie r I ax.and leuck t-mbeiaoer. 'A maiak
I- ae Ii L41i' LUat I. Us4gaills ) 1)41 -I-t 1tio-l''* t1a1maltt Ow-a'intaml.
cil.,iabute' and .e-t tI -4m Al 6144'fmePue
!,a .ll.% and doe ,ge seral %(ak us D avis & C' llvet
a I d i a l r o foP r eii a m~ a M u rti 6 4-I
[. .11111 44 gumod hablut" Apply Lavw. ,S*ade FeW ed tab


First National Bank
(*AI.NIi1.'- lI.I.I-.. I1 )omIInA


Established Over Twenty Years
( apit. l, $ (ili,(m .l. i Surplia .' -,.1 H I N

NMTE STATES KPSTOR

....We Solicit Your Business....
Jar. M. (,rasjhm. I'r*, I -I ,. r
X. I&tir V' e-f'lr f t t t'asliher


61.. .


(bum 60 =goI& aS do
vle; "A ILOink MA bhe.
goad; W" to l
vw; morit 6o Alehee, RI
"An WWMthimsm S-
obda R". ad sl o u.
law


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-TNU UK TO TOUR CREDIT TM a


Tle gemi -will, kindest regards and best wish-
e of pal otfflicer anid director of the Bank,
1and you will alwiysi find a cordial welcome in
our bunking roomni.

Make our place head|Iuarters-every conve-
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