Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01600
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01600
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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ea" saw otherpoemiet
bntakb ms heOeveraos of
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ow esome&"rice. t4e Hease

penomw dasuatst

the M It n et., the esty ob-
Jeetlems eming ftem fow members who
a It wK eW width wh o-, and
a low we Iho thagt that a th mea
in M men a0 ti on tCongres
T to be po iMted hr aIm, ad
em -aet e date e..
In h.rvi.W. N mre Othan. a m ore
9 =sp oemaved and Seastonrs on
othe m aaet mnes Mr. Taft's iauge-
Maeta the wer we unable to ladt e
S glle member OMagress who was
a sped to f hagng the date of the

ie emewm i the date fi changed the
r ." smid Jame H. Grlggs of
gr1a. I hope it will not be nece-
my to wat ntowl mse outgoing or
lemmieg Premident 1 killed by paem-
mOan beonre the date Is changed' "
oSeat e Bartm of Ohi o sa he had
always adveated an amendment to
the e__nttatl_ which would make
possible the Iamagumins of the Premi-
deaM at a time "whee we might be
imammly ertalm of t ir weather."
IspMIeI ative Howard of Georgia:
-The aA was originally in-
teaded ghr the prebtctla of the peno
:ie. ThereUore thi date of Inaugurs-
tla a Ihad be changed. If you eamn
dad Manye v opposed to the ehba n
eo's have his photograph and pre
serve it as a freak"
feprememtalve Johne W. Weeks of
Masmaebssets: "The Airst inaugurs
hem I attended was in 1581. when
hatemld was inaugurated. On that
day as a naval cadet I marched
through the streets of Washington
whies were thick with slush. Inaugus
rations invariably occur on stormy
days. Mr. Cleveland delivered his
second Inaugural address on a stormy
epumtative Pkiett of Iowa: "I
will support a bill providing for the
changing of the lay of inaugurating
our Presidents."
Reprmstative David A. DeArmond
of Missouri: "I woMld like to see a
Sange in the date of the inauguratUon.
but would not favor it unless it car-
rted with it a change In the time for
the meetnlag of Coagress."

CHARLAVl FT. N. C., March 8.-
While sweeping the floor of a room at
her home three miles from (,rstonia.
N. C.. yesterday Mrs. Eugene Ratch-
ford swept a pistol cartridge Into the
ire-place. The cartridge exploded.
the bullet entering the woman's right
breast and Inflcting a wound that
will probably prove fatal.

Read the want adt in tsd~ a Su

hinins Man Loses

We By Falling Tree

S JBNNIN0G. a.. March .-8 K
4)81&w who lived Ave miles south
- this plaIe. Was killed by a fall
Ug We. Fire which had bhee started
~amlIy B the woods had benu fan
Al*s su ob brisk bases by the rsn
i* WOad that it was almost beyond
. sL Mand was thrvatalung the farm
*MlM whbih atood Just across the
-- fV1M the woods on Mr CViuIs'
NA an his residece was
teMd. He. with mon*m aighbors
a heay **ageId soa ngtln ba.ck
&r. md Mr. Collina, who was 74
pup M am h hardly ame to do work.
o w em mS wth mmite s and aa

the saiue (time ano e'llroh.-e(d if llth tit'
fire that whet bhite ilfe. who asa. out



VALDOSTA. Ga.. March S.-Sheriff
Passumore put the check upon a well-
concelved plan of the negro prisoners
in Jail to escape Saturday. The ne-
gros have been sawing on the bars
with some sort of sharp tool for sev-
oral days. A wood shop Is near there
and the mnsed sawing was taken for
work at the shop.
The shertff stood just outside o the
eel and determined to remain there
ttil be learned something. The saw-
Iag went oa at intervals for some time
and then the negroes began to talk
One negro was trying to persuade the
others not to be so bold with the work,
or they would be caught.
The sheriff managed to get where
he could see them and watched them
for some time. PInally be closed In
on them and took thqir saws away, at
the same time changing their cells.
They had two of the steel bars sawed
Int two and were sawing two more.
making a square hole through which
they cold crawl.



UNION CITY. Tenn.. March 8.-
Hiruehell Hogg a confessed member
of the band of "might riders" who mur-
dered Capt. Quentin Rankin at Wal-
r.ut Log. l October, escaped from Jail
at Dresden Saturday night and has
not been recaptured. He is supposed
to be In hiding In the lake regions.
The military at Fort Regan has beeu
noticed and are Instituting a vigorous
search for the fugitive.
While Hogg was held a close prisnor-
er by Sheriff C. A. Brasfield. he had
recently been accorded the liberties
of a "trusty" and it is now believed
that be was implicated In an attack
made on Sheriff Brasfield Saturday
night by a negro prisoner with a razor
in which the- officer was severely
wounded. That he furnihibed the
weapon has been admitted by the
megro. and Hogg. believing that he
would again be thrown into close con-
fnement. made his escape before the
authorities took action in his case.

lnaugural Ceremenies Were Grandest
in History of Nation.
Col. H. S. Chubb. of the United
States land office. has returned from
Washlngton. where he has been for
the past ten days on business and to
witness the Inaugural ceremonies of
President Taft.
Even the tremendous snow-storm
didn't mar or stop the enthusiasm of
the great crowds that had assembled
to bear the inaugural address of the
President. and the principal streets
along the lue of procession were a
imass of humanity, and presented on
the illumination of the arches at night
one of the greatest siglh'ts e~er wit
finessed in the National Capital
(ol ('hubb states that SIlOe ('oi.r
,*t lh' trfee. hous. antid 'ards asid
was oie solid li a-.'.. with Ill<' *,'<.p
titli of alhiig th,. Jle '. njf |,'.irdl. t .-r

II ita lll \ i il l it '

Sale of Seed Cotton.
l'' it (r S(Iu, I hI\< lt t l et l I IlIt tilt
' l i l.'i ll t..att o i | |: -.s l f i *( M **<1 1 1 .

tllth thefi. sal that a tree had burinil t,' t I, I hIha i ,il, ti rt.1l4-
off the stunl p and *as about to fall iin ti- of 1.i .. 't
on thiu. called out to himi to K'( ut I ou.l,l- I' ;i | eta aiilt
of the wa>). e failed tl heed. aid Sd. li. tan -Iall i-ldit,. i '. 11 1it..i
instantly killed b I thse thrt- l lie- i it 1.i b:4 Ie taI t iillJ 'h. |, 'I Iii'ftti
fell I ,t . Mr 'ollin,. wraed lidia t i IndianWai f 11. km1 n t 4 .h Mi .t,
and In theC ('tl iW ar hlie At., a tul l .t I .n ..,iltn Iis f. p ui th of
latit suider.r and after th war he It to e (tolln II t-. toll d iih tl,. Iii t lt. *.t'-lit
turned to his ftrm a wi chlil by t, in I a:ilou.a a> Smait (tiI|M- for lthe
dustlry aud thrift ,.a I s ia bli-d not Selfar ofu Ilhr tuiiil* tlut quilted often
only to mlake- a setNi l gill but Lu la 11 I1 1itt .tu I.-I ouu las i lirutt t
by sotomhinlu fur a raiii) day Hli u.attie.rr atid (childreIi
was well kausu in thin county and EAST ENMtER
was loved and respected by aIL i llasthur. March iS




Wed li N Fituing 1 P1W nt.m

arm in CemMactsein WitSy

At last Galneville has the chance
to secure one of the most Important
ent",rlsae It has long needed-an Im-
mense cotton ginnery to bet located
somewhere In the city that will prove
both accessible to railroads and peo-
A West Florida man. realizing the
Importance of such an establishment in
this place, has been here for the past
several days endeavoring to obtain
the necessary building for the opening
up of the business.
What he wants is a large store
building where he will be enabled to
carry a general line which he proposes
to furnish to the farmers on time, not
only their eatables. but all classes of
merchandise and farming supplies,
taking his lay out of their products,
principally cotton to be raised by them
during the year.
It is understood that a suitable lo-
cation has been secured for the erec-
tion of the ginnery along the line of
the Atlantic Coast Line In the South-

to have them bring their ehg I
during the fall months.
Galnesville has never be a ams
good cotton center, but with the
after the goods there Is me- f
why it should not be the lest@g a
ton market of the State. tor 1 IE
cases a large pereeatage of e 40
ton raised in this section Is
ually taken through the hah a
H. F. Dutton & Co. aow
business here. Of course theb
principally the lint. but the maw g
cern that is desirous of
in Gainesville would make a auf
for all goods, both seed sad -UK a
would draw many thousands Of d
to the city annually that sew m
The gentleman from West Flag
has the means to carry On *
tensive business he proposes, M ad 1
would be a good thing for the ekyfl
merchants In particular.
The mere fact that be repas Il
conduct a farmers' supply hoase M
not comlel these outside tr-faIS
him. and the merchants weo m o

ern |Iart of the city. but the party has a tNnefit from the cash that th -
bwen unable to secure a suitable firm would piay out here nor the Id
rtldli:ig in which to operate his supply cotton.
business. The directly Interested |rtAy gdo
He will put in what he terms a turn to the city within the l0lt o
farmers' supply house. and will Induce days. w hen The Sun will be -Me 1
the farmers from all over the county give onwe Information as to Id
to come here and do their trading In t what the gentleman has dome COM
order that he will be wbtier enabled IIng the" project

Wile Burned to Death;

Husband Is Behind Ban

STATESIK)tRO. Ga. March S--News
of the terrible fate which Ibefell Mrs
Joe Wood. who rosbided near Rocky
Ford. this county. Saturday, has reach.
ed here. While bathing her children
in front of an open Are-place Mrs.
Wood's tcothing caught Ore. She ran
into the yard. where the wind fanned
the flames, and was burned to death.
The occurrence is one of the most
pathetic in the history of Hulloch

county. Joe Wood. the husbMud dIt
unfortunate woman,. i in jail p sdlS
trial for his life. He was Oeae iS
Slett d and sentenced to life imp.I'
meant. but was granted a sew
Hie is the father of several sal -i
dren. the oldest of whom is but II
Wood was taken from the jIi *
his hom." yesterday by offers d
broke down at the horrible ightI D
will tIx taken today to the toosd
his wife. ..

Father's Suicide Quickly

Follows That of Si

FRANKLIN Ga, March 8.-Follow
ijcH the tratic d'aath i f ia I .... ...
itidl,.e .r ho 1i1.* out ~ hi. In.1,1-
ItI .I ft l.t r A o h o iti li. .-t

a f i ii. 11 .ir l a

jte ry itI ~ 1t1. 1 ih t I Ya d"

4 l 11 Allt III ilt ~ ~ t a bel
f~.ic'i t-11- I a i of hie

'Flo- 011'h4 ~ 'f 51'
.6 ,4 1 1,1 ( tillI .1 % ts g t r

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T fr ni 'ro liatIl an, i I i. ,I ..
titoited baid that hbe h d I t-' n i- i i .ie
up gra<-8s in th coulrud tcbut., a t,,
gel the bute.
He had take a large contract aid

r,,I~ Li I ,1 'A I OttU
fill ~. J t 1jJ

The aatal G 11~enap
bu~lt) U -Iiter(11Ai. than r!I utb
blued Iii fact tbvy .*atI o
the busluaeo s that is IVS
&seats BnausuiI

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lN: AIfWnM3ILL3 POilDA, lARCH 9, 1m09



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One of the

lead of idormation Ed to tlwhe .t mthwod
of pu'nnsoting e ,wLnit I lc.m1pitit ke nd
right living ml andk.msict' ip-o P twae' or
beet prodtwt,.

Product. o actual exccfnrra and
reasonable claims tnithfully preented
anad which have attained to world-wide
areeataace through the approval of the
Wea-lnformed of the World; at of adli-
viduas only. but of the many who have
th happy lscdy of sdeecting and obta
ing w bet M the wld afford.
One f the produte of that MB, fd
hbao es pm pa tar iLheli
m-a, approved by phyuig i a a
i-'d by the Wd-laefmed df the
SWemdda valuable mmd whi-' -- A
illsw i tal ud- anslm oop adf ip
md M-tr of g8a To gC its hmidM

d Sddws by d hm iq*uai

Mr.. Perats Matul a recent visitor
Sthe ltarl, has retired to her
me is Wibilstea. D. C.
P. X. Weatwole of Virlialsa who is
uder Weltmeat at the Saltaratum,
-e h11111rove, and expects to
havoe hr his hem 80
W. T. Ul, of the southern Express
mMPamY. ti at the maItarlum qulte
with typhui fever. He is being
nagly pitded by Dr. Colso. (
Wlte ldDulstm. of the Coca-Cola
Dttllabg Works, is a fever patient this
M311a Sste Mansell. one of the
faithful uraes, has been nursing a
patient outside of the Sanitarium this
week for Dr. DePasm.
C. A. dePoix of New York, who has
bees at the Saaltarlum during t1
water. oaittaues to Improve and as
decided to remain for some time yet.
Mrs. C. C. Hudson of Jacksonville
isto a patiet under the care of Dr.
Hodges. She expects to be able to re-
turn to her home within the next
few days.
William Calhoun, who has been quite
il, is now able to be up, and hopes are
emihrad Mthat be will Improve
Gainesville friends of the contract-
lug parties will be interested in the
tollolng. which appears in Satur.
day's i*sa of The Atlanta Journal:
"As aI09.e.ng marriage announce-
ment has Just been made. It is that
of the marriage of Miss Marguerite
Beverly of Thomasville to William D.
.Upahaw. the evangelist and orator.
which is to take place at the home
of the bride-to-be, on May 5th.
"Mis Beverly is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beverly of
Thomasville. Ga. She is a devoted
church worker and is possessed of
brilliant traits. both Intellectually
and personally.
"Mr. Upshaw is well-known in
church work all over the State of
Georgiat. and, in tact. throughout the
entire South. He is editor of The
Golden Age and it is through this
paper that some of his best wilting
have been given to the public, and
they have been the source of help in
his church work in many- cases.
"Mr I'pshaw has worked a s.,al-\
ously for educational surk as he has
for church work Hle has nadle rain
pain after campailgi fur lMercer 'ul-
verclty. Ite'sai. Tilt ('Ic .K, ancd the
several colleges in Texah "



At Tabernacle Tonight.
"T < r. ti1ll* (,ti( 1 {4-' ital C o t,
!: ;i :i -'s ir a ill t T Iho iT ii; I i
toitiilK' This attrnr tIm conile* I',
|cotn tlHtio f a lh the Iliiah Schal I.,
e'UilI Court,. nilt all 'pii ll tick,-i-
Sill be' INmd onil till I eWrillll
MIss Christine Gile-s I4 the il.....tit
of a lyric soplrano sole. of I|II ItIa.l
sweetness and 'sympathy and a ti ot
attractive personality. It is -.I)doni
that In a voice of so charming fr.-sh-
ness and brilliancy there- In evidence
of the careful training and artistic
finish that characterizes Miss Giles'
work. In addition to her popularity
as a singer, Miss Giles is a violinist
of marked ability: a unique feature of
her performance is the playing of her
own violin obligato while she sings.
Ia this peculiar and difficult achieve-
moent Miss Gile is without an equal.
Miss Evelyn Lewis is an entertain-
er of rare personality and ability.
She possesses unusual natural gifts,. de-
veloped to a marked degree. Her work
is attractive because of the, radeiaton
of her sterling character and because
of her artistle Interpretation of the
authr's thought. Her presence upon
the platform Is beautiful and very ex-
presilve. Her manner always sug-
gests beauty and refnlement. Her
voice expresses the thought and emo-
tio to the audience and Is well modu-
lated, musical aad aympatheoc. She
possesses great power as a dramatic
reader and is also equally good In her
lighter numbers. Her work is that of
a true artist.
In speaking of Mr. Ratchelder.
another member of the company. The
Boston Herald says: "Mr. Leon Batch-
elder. flute soloist, came in for his
share of glory for his finished work.
both In his solos and the obllgato with
the soprano. which was one of the
gems of the evening. Mr. Itatchelder
also played a piccolo for one of his
many encores. This young man de-
served the genuine applause he re-

Electric Theatre.
The next thing to taking a trip around
the world Is to have a good talker
who has been there. assisted by splen-
did views, tell you all about the noted
places and scenes. The disastrous
earthquake and fire at Ban Franlcisco
will be explained aid shown up In
vivid realistic manner aIid not a place.
on the earth of importance but what
ha Ibeen vlhited by John Ennor. aho
will tell about them each night thib
week at the Electric TheaIre
See and hear him once. There is
no extra charge.

Wills Company Next Week.
The John 13. Wells Comedy Company
will come to the New Baird Theatre
for three nights, beginning Thursday.
March 18th. with a matinee on Satur-
day. This Is one of the largest
troupes out this season.

"In Arizona."
This popular play will be presented
in Gainesville under canvas by the
Phillips Brothers Comiany on Thurs-
lay, the llth Inst.

Will Go to Miami.
Col. Robt. E. Davis. L. C. Lynch.
D). M. Tomkies. J A. Robertson and
I)r. J. 11. Hodges ill lease today for
Miami to attend the session of the
Randd ioAdge. Knight. of I')thia.
All are looking forward to a big
ilune. as Miami is noted for entertain
ing her visitors royally
The' dele.gatallyi ee-cts to ge- t Iack
to (GaU-eits ll-. about iaturda)

Installation of Officers.

OLZASON-SMITH. W'unlaie. 14I iouNIeI-shlf il S404It 11. 41f IIll.
The-re %ass a quiet marriage verv. 1,i fet.o i-m, ttic.- .a t. e.'ii .11 it
wjow t flit tc- rt-pidtioitee tor i J F I timtteIII .4All itiiti at. .Ik, 01toe .t, I
(oil jimitel~ai afti-rieosoce w% li-ic Nir t; .% III. onio *, I i te s '.AIAIt..
GitaioS -o i itl i.5 An of la cSno li lmltt t i e I t~ .. at iiii- Ijisii 'l:
otf i(t -k) Vl'o i. iecg a r.- letee o'l ic lioul a -
lotowl1.. the' gtatal Jtu1.Ito 0.1 A (Xu at-I. Tw'ig~lI"5els
jeerf rtiateg flie't -. re-ce imo ,~I. ole a fit ost q Ys ,fltfi 17 I)'stUb 1C 41
Trhe.naarnciago- sill cipe ia.-~- qoat.o. A t' I o l9I' ~'.
isuriori m. tit'tilt an'Iaat fIrioteoi~,lioort ~I~I.Isit,, Ila~ t*a.1.
I 'I 'fi~ ht- uthac r 'A) p r o tt '1
(cioulolo fil ~l iii. if re~ututt,coItc. atif ra i, 1. g It .AiL JJl)', flit :, 0: lt
P"La 'A its Io0.riIblu 11ao, t- Iae aa .ai .& 1, it
ilto-. oif I ha.- ffair b lna ~ o.ix b P40a- 11 t.-t r t.. 1
liltith ar. a. 11 kcae.o aeii j ill,,e-.4so t i-i o I.j~
rI .I- ti s l.r. 1P-te a& seae.o'.. Iii*l'* ~ .~ c I
iiiiii. t-to-t ef Rim k% Pi,oact for ineace w fi & ) ir.
,.o I -~ ll 4 1 itlif~tI,!, Is, tIll, I-It -r .g titii~ I c' t i a i
Sir 'Ih.&d 1iba 4t. 11 1!:- eceor e 0 0 .c 1111 A tIi .i LA rl S I
II~ttll ,atia.tv1 1itithormtc, as .Mrs t k Hornr elo
liar4utloi u~~a ~elao rta ~t ti tioan H idrl-aild 6)(h rvi. 'nicirr(-i t
t 1, ft flit itI ito. rouit [rl.ud! birU..ali ohor 4 t:ui a :orc taric thiul t han
lout tt at etteIl Iozaj

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A Poor Weak Woman
As she is termed, will endre brw-t.v sid pqti--IvP i
agonies which a tmon man would .ip aiv under.
The Ifat is women **- n- w pat:e-it tLa tLe.y ouuiht
so he untier such itr I .nes..
I verve woman ou ;hl to know that sle may obtlsi;
the mol expehricnced medical aedice fr.r af hr.r
and in aslat 'lr wevetil t and privacy v writing to
the %%or'J's lhm'en-ary Medical ASsociatina, t. ".
P'e.rce M. D.. 'resident, Buffiln, N. V. I)r. Pierce
has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical lastitute, o Buffalo, N. V., .or
marn yen and hbe had a wider practical experience
in the treatment of women'a diseese. then any other physreia in t si
Hi mediesse are world*amou lor their astosishing e6scy.
The meet perfeet remedy ever devised for wveek n
ease wemem is Dr. PiSero*'s PeverF o Preeipelda.j
Thes may and vr-ed ymptom. of womea's peculiar ilme.. m
berth i Plaim En.glh i the People a Medieal Adviser (100On mPe )
rse d Md up-to-dat Edition of which, deoh-bo.,d, will be Il.&a
meeipt of 31 00i0-9e t stamps to pay cost of smiling 006. Addirom a

Praise Gaineeville.
A party of Pennsylvania people who
spent several weeks here recently.
writing from their home state that in
all their travels over the State they
were more favorably impressed with
Galnesville than any other. section.
and were delighted with their trip to
Wauburg Lake, near Micanopy. They
are telling their friends and a larger
number will show up next year.
,Those In the party were J. D. Strunk.
Frank Coller and Frank Herb.

Nine times in ten stomach derange-
ments are responsible for sallow com-
plexion. dull eyes and thin body.
It is the stomach that supplies
nourishing blood to the muscles,. the
nerves,. and skin. If the stomach is
healthy, plenty of nutritious matter
will be absorbed by the blood. If it
is not healthy, the food will ferment.
and undigested. will pass along
through the bowels. furnishing s,, Ill-
tie nutritious matter that the blood
becomes impoverished, and the glow
of health ianihhes.
If you suffer from nervousness.
sick headache, belching of gas. sour
taste in the mouth. heasiness after
eating, or any other nisirhle Mituoirn
ich (!s'turbance. you need Mi-ona

And the sooner you gtt It the quicker
you will be healthier and happier.
It will relieve any distressed stom-
ach condition almost immediately. It
will ture if used according to direc-
tions. J. W. McCollum & Co. sell It
for 50 cents a large box. and they
think enough of it to guaranteed It to
tcure Indipstln.

&ODrclais, Cro, Q Coucan sd Cod .. o
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The good-will, kindest regards and l est wish-
I es of each officer and director of the Bank,

and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our pih.ce headquarter.-e-very conve-
nience afforde I to make our place pleasant
an(l agreeaibli to tlose who call to see i-.

'I'l I ~ l1 11~ lii1

The Greatest Event of the Year
Spring Musical Festiv
Jacksvile, Fla., April 19h and 20th


Stio Lao! letoc'roer I o ''"
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T T. E(Wef. kcretary,,Jacksguvik, hard'.



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Vm 't *f Fitfied Dog00
gC4sed His

eulved from one of
acyow Marion Zetrouer
ghas that his act was
a Mkia6 himself on last

I F t aI*air was about
S -p-t that which led
0 which, In part.

a Y a horse which he
attached to, but for
m the bslal had been
Sd*' ismre serviceable
ot tnal was brought
ij a r at protest. declar-
lI alg f i t be fed. but his
.gi so attention to his
66i the a imal after havy-
Vg" with him about it.
P I hgaraiug of the occur-
gol to i vestigate and Ma-
g 4 prtaure for the house.
Siwed the gun and two
9st hteo as adjoining field
the deed. His brother.
p* irSt to reach him after
bge he was dead upon his
do sgeMd shot having tore

i e Oawe since, had been
IFa 'Sted" dog, and since
SBhe least excitement would
10 I have some peculiar
111 M11h1 was thought of the
absht the horse, however.
mart of the gun was heard.
gm lt the fact that the sul-

SVWit GBaseeville
1 I. Mre, secretary of the
Chral Society. begs to
o mt isleovers of Gainesville.
tA IN 1e la this city the latter
i9 week prepared to take ap-
r emee tickets to the
Ot tItval, to take place
the 1th and 20th
e which the Damrosch Or-
l ew York has been en-
1b wer-wide fame of this
M we as that of the
9M6g should attract every
e, *e o the highest grade.
m is a sea of Capt. Elmore
W. Iad is a musician himself
I maies-n artist on the
he Posessor of a magnifl.
1e will probably sing a
of a the churches on Sun-
uI delve is to meet with
Seep a Galnesville.

N Made Change.
". b~i~ord of this city has re-
bi ostloan as salesman out
[mhM1as the following clipping
S m T es-'nlon shows him
a Jacksonville house:
V. T. Bodiford. one of the
1P sr drag salesmen traveling
01W territory. is now as-ociat-
e"I* UouIthern Drug Company.
lItb. a1ad will represent them
South Plorida Mr. IAldi
Iagjiag 'epresenItIathe for a
tesne such as the 8outh-
A. pamnPy and will do his
H Urat4* keeping his firm fore-
lW^ -l the largest drug store,,,
b The Southern Drug
r Fcently added thre..
to its fort, ho arh ge
the bn'segg with Pu~h and

i. M Krasuoa Here.
I Krlaus. at01|litl,.- I" 5Bou the.. ,,(.,,,-., t,,
will litik hl their
i 1 fur the n-,xt f, di. -
i Ii Obe of the ,,l, -1 trr ,el
i thi ,art ef ti,, I autilitr\
b hS l1akla e 't il l 1 ,.tl


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#A lldrug &Lures




Negro Now in Dangerous Condition
and He May Die from His

Thaddius Hlague. a young white man
of Hague station. Sunday shot and
mortally wounded a pegro by the
name of Fred Mack. who he was en-
deavoring to arrest upon a charge
of carrying concealed weapons.

If p.l I q Il l v 1i i, .r ; I : ,
f. .tl il 4til 1 ll tli*l tie, ir .- \ -I III |!,, it
*N p.tr (-enit oif rouigh- r -I\t l ;tvil |Iit. ii
imoiili miti,:ht I.I t,% id(- it Ti ir,-
bles are -iinil| the re-ul,, of we-nkin,-s.
which protiwe s a: yita;rrhal condition
of the mucous meinrilirne. whichh is as
an Internal skin of the, thdv. When
this skin is weake-ned. It come-one
Infected with gernis which are carried
through the system by th.e hblwtd.
These parasitem attack and break
tnese delicate tissues and set up sore-
ness which produce what is in reality
an external scrofula

The only thing that will cure coughs it had been reported that Mack was
and colds and prevent pneumonia is carrying a pistol and a warrant was
a medication which is absortwd and sworn out and placed in the young
carried by the blood so that the dis- man's hands to make the arrest. He
eased membrane is disinfected. clean- had approached the negro and Inform-
ed. soothed and healed. ed him of lis business when the negro

We have a remedy which we hon-
estly believe infallable and unsurpass-
able for the prevention and cure of
coughs, colds and all catarrhal condi-
tions. It. is the prescription of a
famous physician, who has an en-
viable reputation of 30 years of c re'a
gained through the use of this medi-
cine. We promise to either effect a
cure in every case or make no charge
for the medicine. We urge everybody
in Gainesville who has need of such a
medicine to try Rexall Mucu-Tone.
It stands to reason that we could
not afford to make such statements
and give our own personal guarantee
to this remedy If we were not abso-
lutely positive that we could sub-
stantiate our claim in every particular.
and we see no reason why anyone
should hesitate to accept our offer and
try it. We have two sizes of Rexall
Mucu-Tone. Prices 50c and $1.00.
Sometimes a 50c bottle is sufficient
for a cure. As a general thing., the
most chronic case is cured with an
average of three large bottles. Re-
member, the medicine will cost you
nothing if you are not satisfied nla
every particular. J. W. McCollum &
Co., corner East Main and Union




Case Has Been Set for Hearing Todiy
Before Justice Carlisle-Many
Witnesses to Be Heard.

Shot three times with small bird
shot, over a chicken, is the plight
of an aged darkey, Aaron Williams.
residing a rew miles west of the city.
The shooting was done by a great
big black negro. Davie Walker, who
could have easily picked the old man
up and broke him in two instead of
firing the shots. which are very pain-
ful and will prove a hardship on the
old man.
Williams is a hard-working old farm-
er. and in som1. wsay on.' of Walker '
chickens got oier to his place and sas
killed, and shet Walker went over to
see after the matter. Williams offered
to pay for the- fowl. but Walke-r rather
aggravated the affair and wanting to
be more "'Jesse than others ise. would
not listen to the old 1liMial. Ii e wentt
to his homei. ro.Kured his gun and
Ae-nt after Williai-,. shootliiK him
flrlt in thei fa.e inll his field Willianms
>.tarted on the. run tila d aw ho as (liblll
liig a fee. Walker agami put Its
iiiore lotad, of -hot into hii l
W alk,.r h.e.-' l. ini arr<,.-t.d for th,.
e,, e.u1-e .tll| tl II < -e*' i'l t ,,r |th llt ,rill
iu g le, r I,,r, 1 -ti ". ('a, iti '

Take LAXATIVE IitLOM() Quit.,,.
rablets. lrugttie g tt r-fund moeiy If
It falls to 'Uae : \V GUO\tv Sin
nature 11 on i art4 bua. t
.i ,ii ;,r t ,' t t ii it Ii I'ly ui the
I ,u> ,,t \, -: L ,' h ie- t:t. if ad'e r
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steppe off aFew pe anc tioon a
shot at Hague before he was aware
that the negro was armed.
Young Hague In return pulled his
pistol and shot the negro down, the
ball entering to the left of his nose
and ranging downward.
Shortly after the shooting Dr.
Iishop of Alachua was called and
dressed the wound, but was unable to
locate the ball, which penetrated the
negro's tongue and he is now reported
in a serious conditJon.
Besides the negro shooting at the
officer. It is understood that he stout-
ly resisted arrest, but In case of his
death all this will come out at the


The retail druggists of this country,
as a class, are noted for their high
standard of Intelligence and honorable
dealing, but It is a well-known fact
that occasionally you will ind one
who will try to sell you something else
when you call for a remedy of estab-
lished reputation. He forgets that
your health is more Important than
his pocketbook.
For example, when you ask for Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kid-
ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, don't
let any druggist, drug clerk or store-
ieqper persuade you Into buying some-
tltang else la its place. Every time
he succeeds in selling you a worthless
substitute be makes more profit, but
you are numbugged at the expense of
your health.
or many year we have watched

with much Interest the remarkable
record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. Prom the very begin-
ning. the propritWrs had so ma h
confidence in It that they Invited
everyone to send for a free sample
bottle so that people could Judge of its
great curative value in even the most
dittressing ca-es of kidney, liver and
bladder troubles.
On another page of this paper you
will find a few of the letters, prompt-
ed by feelings of heartfelt gratitude.
that arconstantly coming to Dr. Kil-
mer & Company. No one can doubt
such sincere and honest testimony.
Swamp-Root is prepared only by Dr.
Kilmer & Co. Laboratories. Bingham-
ton. N. Y.-Don't experiment-If you
need a medicine you should have the

A Delightful Event.
A large saunibx-r of youngg folks were
entertained at the, home of Mr. and
Mrs J I1. IBrooks. Kast Union street.
.Monday afternoon the- occasion being
the. cele-btration of the fifth birthday of
Little- Mlls Inea liBrooks.
Thei little folks e-rljo ,e-d thenimse.l s
ijmnmee ly as onlIy iai a A--.iblage- on
.Utici occ(aniton ran. iand were re-
tlu, tlt ihen the- hour arrived for de-

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Dissolution of Copartnership.
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Production of the Metropolitan Su0om



Special Senery! Superb Orcheastr Vaudeville Betwo
Acts! FREE Band Coneert at Noon and at 7:30 p. m.
by the Famous Cowboy Band.
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Fire, Life and Accident Iy ,

You Can Be Carried Away

By your
to' forget

uIUineii or Social duties to suclh an extent as
your obligations to your family in the matter
of insurance unless we
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MIses' eapseal li u uumuwr Shoe,
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Mrs. M. Wells has returned to her
home Ia this city after a pleasant
visit of a few weeks to her sister. Mrs.
I- lapdhiR. at Laheland.
W. D. BMteh f Hih Springs was
Ia the city yesterday. He Is the pump
aspeeler for the oast Use anad his
bauoqase keeps him on the go at all

Hoa. SbelMs Warren left Sunday for
Aplawhleols, where be will spend the
mart several days visiting his wife
amd other relatives who reside in the
westum paa of the State.
Kni Clade Bradley arrived aIn the
w tardy from r ahome ae
Aheb. Me is now ewed oin the
begrma*s work aad lods the vocatim,
both plasat and proeftable.
NemerRel m*e"lly PelOW Sehee.
Piwnt s--Mary Crows, Joal

Pead -aloma.erryMd Cm&,

Pm Mad-Moabael lm Maer-

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to aet pretty a praasnt. Whether

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a41 a" mW i"S MaN was ebsap
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2Wr aWalm&Ina priat reamat
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VweI Phin One I was W Pecis1

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sa in eb r t ftVOe SeWes de
bominst ibis so -* beon 3W,

9100 t.1sam"e Whn I e"ato
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WhVI M Imsdd, psato
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welg Ito Mam a t pof "M

as or ever. and may dameages me

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em haj! the ime ippa.
ant hr a lek. 1 have s tob ld that
yes am lekMar hr a eWt.-
"Sf I am." answered the msa at the

*"I ippe yev wast a person who
athr *wmak, driak nor swearn aad
nvar esnga In games of chance; one
whose character is the best; one who
bI hoe, Industrious sad thoroa hly
capae; one who will stop at nothing.
oeiteist with his principles, to far.
thor the laterests of his employer. In
Mort, a brisk. latelllgemt all around
ana who knows baasines from A to Z
mad will never be caught napping? If
. I am the Individual you are look-
Ing for."
"YTo will pardon my difdence, I
hope." aid the man at the desk. "It
you are half as competent as you
claim to be I feel myself unworthy of
becoming your bos. Good morning!"
-Birndagham Age-Uerald.

Feesd Him.
When Tonmmy was taking papa his
diaam e stopped fur a moment to
watch a wurkman emptying a sewer.
"That." remarked Tommy laterest-
edly. "Is the grate my brother lost a
shilling down."
The workman's eyes lit up.
"Well. young man." be said. with a
show of careleaness. "-you'd better
get forward with that dinner before
It's cold."
In altout half an hour Tomtuty re
turned to bnid the human still at th,
awu- xgrte.
"Ar >) equiivl t, ure It was this grste
the shilling aus Ilst in?' said the
"I l n -rtctair." r li' hd T"' lnlm'. "'e"
cause I [ a o i 't f 'haer g e* It tout"

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Dothan. Ala.. Jan. 21. 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Rtnitghm-on. N. Y.
GeUtleme: About one year ago two
of my children sufered badly from
weak kidneys and diabetes; their urine
was very bad mad they wut 'J have
severe spells of dlalnes, &4 were
all *am down In health. I was j st
about discourage. I triW several
remedle sand finally a doctor, but
they dd not seem to Improve. I
knew of a friend who was taking
Swamp-Root for kidney trouble with
good rests, and I decided to get
some for the clddMre. I aoted tbero
was same Improvement after they ad
taken two large bottles, and continued
to give It to them atil they had takes
a hal doses bottles ad were well on
the road to recovery. I thtnk Swamp.
Root has done more for my children
than aay other medicine I have tried
and I recommend tt to one having chil-
drem who nere as mine did.
City Clerk, Dothan. Ala.

Sparks, Ga.. Jan. 11, 1909.
SDr. Kilmer & Co.. Ringitmtop, N. Y.
GOentlemen: Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble; had se-
vere pains aIn back and hips. Was
treated by a physicians, but without
any benefit. I noticed some Swamp-
Root advertised and resolved to give
it a trial. After taking four bottles I
was completely eared. Have not
suffetered any palan at all since and ean
recommend Swamp-Root to anyone
seeriag from kidney trouble. Sin-
cerely. MRS. AL V. STEVENS.

Briason, Ga.. Jan. 20. 190m.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Baghamtoa N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ae I suffer-
ed severely with pala la my 'back and
hips. My back palaed me contlually
mand I feldt muerable. A recom-
meaded SwamaaRon I obtained and
took the contets oft two bottles when
I felt relief. My back has not troubled
me snea ane I can thoromugr recom-
mend Swap-oot to anyone suffering
roee kidney troubles, as I fad it at-
malrded me'pa lt mi
eto- Aruly.

Bostom. Ga., Jan. 13. 1909,
Dr. Kllmer & CO.. Bingamtoen. N. s -
Gentlemen: Some time ao S
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with
diabetes. I had severe pans lIn my
back and hips. A friend recommended
Swamp-Root and I decided to give It
a trial. I obtained a bottle from a
druggist and after taking a few doses.
felt relieved. After taking several
bottles the pain was entirely gone
and I have not suffered the slightest
since. I cannot be too enthusiastic in
my praise of this wonderful medicine
and it gives me great pleasure to give
my testimonial in regard to its merits.
Former Mayor and Member Legisa-
We have sold Mr Rountr.-e Swamp-
Root and have also sold It in a num
her of cases for kidney trouble and al
ways with perfect satisfaction.

'THgE VALUE OF A am0YwT i1
EIkwond. Ala.. I,.c 14. 190
Dr Kilnim r & Co.. Itinghanaton. N. Y.
ID.:er Sirs: I hae ude.rived much grent
benefit from the use of your remed!
Swamp-Root. that I believe it to in
most Important for the public to knoA
its worth. For the Ipat ten years I
have bten the most miserable of men
Id not know what the trouble wan
but had to urniate very frequently)
both day and night; was puffed up
generally. Could not sleep more than
a couple of hours at a time. was great
ly di.ktressed after eating a meal and
was alout worn out. I had tried near-
ly everything I could see advertised
and hear of. without helping me to
any great extent, until finally In Oc-
tobetr last at RIpan. Wis.. I purchased
a one-dollar bottle of Swamp-Root and
commenced taking it according to di
reactions aid I followed that with
another bottle and experienced such
great relief and benefit from same
that I purchased five dollars worth at
Huntsville. Ala., and continued its
use and am now taking it, but In
smaller doses and twice a day in place
of four times a day. and believe by
the time present supply is used up I
will be entirely well. I am feellag bet-
ter now than for ten years past. Can
eat and sleep irst-class, In fact, I am
feeling so good that I cannot resist
telling you about it You are at liber.
ty to publish this testimonial should
you wishl. Very respectfully.
THOB. STALLARD. U. S. A., Retired.
Box 7. R. R. No. Elkwood. Ala.

New Roads. La.. Jan. 22, 1M
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. PFngho-,toN. N.
Dear Sirs: I write today to the pub-
lie that your Swamp-Root cured me
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
going; having spasmodic spells with
my kidneys that were breaking down
my constitution. The boet medical
aid was employed and they promouneed
my trouble as alkali In the kidneys.
but were unable to do me any perma-
nent good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was six
years ago and I have had no trace of
the trouble. Yours for suffering men,
Pastor Baptist Church. New Roads, La.

Blountsville. Tenn.
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over five years. Some two years ago
was taken with severe pains In my
back. I used medicine from my fam-
ily physician for several months with-
out any benefit A friend. Mr. J. D.
Nelson, advised me to try your Swamp-
Root. but I had no faith In It. I con-
tinued to grow worse and at last de-
cidedto try this remedy and bought
of Long Bros. a ffty-cent bottle which
save me treat relief. I then bought
two one-dollar bottles, which I can
truthfully may have completely cured
Had It not been for Swamp-Root. I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery service.
I advise all mail carriers who get
pains In their back that Swamp-Root
will care them.
I was so bad that very often my
wife would have to help me to arise.
| dal Letter Carrier, Route No. 2.

Donalsonvile. Ga.. Jan. 20. 19,9
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: About four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu-
matism in my hips. The pain across
my back became so severe that I could
hardly straighten up and could not
walkkithout dragging my feet. I
would urinate frequently and would
have to rise two or three times during
the night. causing me to suffer from
loss of sleep. And with the pain I
was all run down and began to loseI
flesh. I saw Swamp-Root advertiied
and bought one bottle to try it. After
taking it I felt better and could alee!p
all right at night I continued to take
It until I had take.u four large bottles.
I was entire-ly free- from any pain in
the back and bwgan to gain In weight
I always rt--ommend Swamln-Root to
my friend.- at I think the cure in nii
case remarkable
Your very truly.
Dlonalonville. Ga.

Dr. KUmer's Ilkenessi on st tsoO
mide wrapper of every e

Lrgmeld. T
Dr. KIImer & Co. Bnahimtoa. N. .y
Gentlemen: I hardly know hbw l
express my appreemation for the gQ
your Swamp-Root has done IB. I
been greatly troubled with my
neys, and with pain in tnee baek td
with what the doctors termed t ar.i,
nation of the neck of the bhg
Sometimes my back would get laM
shape that I was almost hel sm
had tried several doctors amad L
ctnes to no good effect, and
noticed In some paper where nDrIV.
mer proposed to send a samp ta
of his kidney medicine. swaim.
free by mall. I sent at once of
ceived promptly a sample batUh. A
ter taklan it I found it didM me a
I then purchased two bottles fr&aM
merchant. Mr. W. J. EHer. Aftwr ,
lug the medicine I felt lhe a I
man. and each day rode lAve aMf
teach school. You are at Mberty b
use this letter, or refer anys"m
me. a I will always be gld is wg
them what a wonderful remedy
Swamp-Root Is. Mr. Jame" Ivef4,
Baandervllle,. Tenn.. Is takla it ai"
good results. Very ruly yewas,
Member Tennessee Lagisalt
Rural Route No. 24. EdgebiM Ti

*Dothan. Ala., Jan. 21. 1
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnghamtonm T.
Dear Sirs: Have been suiN *
more or less from kidney tro MI
the last five years and was ladmd l
try your Swamp-Root. Am bhay iS
say. or give you testimolal. tM t
has cured me. I as a travetlag sa .
man for Messrs. Colgate & Co., Ue
York, and am always travellag a I
road. Drinking the different wae
affected my kidneys.
Yours respectfully.
Jacksae, Te.
According to my experieacs, I
not consider there Is anything e"a
Swamp-Root for kidney affeetim.
Twice it relieved me whea I i
completely helpless. I
The last time I was travb- in
Texas, when my kidneys beaies u
fected, and for ten days I sufetul a'
cruclating palns, aecompiai li b,
severe chills. Several years premha
having been relieved of a dsidr *
tack. I naturally sought relief as
fore from 8wamp-Roet.
After using four of the hrgs
bottles. I was completely restard em
went on my way rejolcing and W i
Ing Swamp-Root. This was t a
years ago and I have had no idimks
of a return of the affliction.
J C .MITH. Jr,
Thirty-third degree Masge.
Waycross. Ga.. Jan. 5. IN.
Dr. Kilmer & Co linghamto. N. T.
Dear 1irs: During last Octobr I
suffered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who p h
awrlb.-d for me. but his treatment di-
not benefit me. After reading i J
Swamp-Root literature. I decided i
give It a trial. After taking a E
dow '. I felt somewhat relieved. !
after two one-dollar bottles had bu1
taken. I had no pain and was comp*B
ly cure-d I have not had the s106t
pain In my back or hips since olai.
nmy own exlwrience. I can cbel5risi
re-commend Swamp Root to a o9 e
suffering from kidne-y troutble.
Your very truly.
Mr Martin conducts a carting 35
transfer business.

Every nmall britigs unsolicited tes~timonials from I'eoile from all Overi'th
1*uitoed State- s and foreign landri. ex~ire~ming beartit-it gratitude for 96d
lDr. Kilmesr',, Swasmi' Root has done. for them.
l)o not let an)iione. hell you sin oth. r medicine to take the 1.lace of SwgMP
Rosot -if % ou do % ou % III 1w dl'apjolittnted -Inslbit ()i gottiig '"alhat (UAs
for thcrte is no other tut d~ icitiv spig,'m as D r. Kilizaer'l fa1PRPt

Swamp-Root I*. not re (M1e1kfit 1udisd frtier. ~ 'tliiig but cif .inj lIiaN. kielia. II *r tr 1 i ire .io
oftieii durkingthe ednaaand get 1ulp *ain) tI~aa., iuriiiii: the a.1t i,,-a~rha ~~ir ..-ag lit !JI4fb
flCte diie, teit iWilts t rooti'l. N wami. 1H Hit vAill teI.. f''11141 jaa.t ill.e r.it,* (Is ,t iinetel
Don't So Mislled-vicr *xit~amle .h.livn %,u a~k fair I'r iKiliaj.r ~ti l. esit *I 4.. ..tj# l. .ie r ~Ps
iH iinivi l % it, 4is ll, ows aiao (rugiCK -tI iii 'a 4It ik oir -t~r.. kit-* t r to) .1-0 !. *~ 11.1)1, ..
itl ith l1A441- iwte~rytinit. ht. ruc(e *-d in *.eliang '%(u teli .- e.th' k iil
but ou .are himl itaLzeai. of at ttln 4--, %-oell. iii he.1114t
PdOTE-I-..er% r--,04 r of The. Hiim tAho 1:a- ieti Iris (I SiAm p1 ciit 0.- N .dit m I ,-,. r i !1! i DE
waa% k ldnre 1I r K gi it,,i L& (Ci I'.!it Z It a11, I --I- N V d II'd 11",I % '.I I4 ,!"e 111 f e % I s-& 11
At all dealers' In 50c and $1.00 sizes.
A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every Uottlm-.See Inside WroPPV

Parties hamimag job printing o.n.- at ; a ertri fent ii'lug lartitular- rt-
The Sun uffe'e- are entitl. d tou otn. lgardli.g the coiutat ai.d votte for the'
vote in the fush b Staffird iit o iu ('Cei lady of your chulce
te.t f.r ea-b ruebt pald for such The awake person r-ads the want

ierpt bl, tabieDl- -SLua ututfl t At ork lo), t forgi.t this a h in nued lds every day-amid aswers some l-
anmi i A am af..ir....a -.. .. .. f A .

any drug store

uf rentedd statlourry Ituad thL aid uo-I s ufte.

Onae who li',es if) MO~ti- d '
cliii be I re't'y "imee .Ifl fra 0
ads k.-t-p the better V. baiWOOl

bi reach
If it n printed gtatior7 y0
The Sun officer 1 the plse to





m "rL1

Wit is twa
sobs sbaL




wa. tor and Iubitsher

'- ssta, pee
psseL esiMmth*: I *Sthu*
V 0b *. week I 8o

$wo te oachm additioesi
eupwt ade owas

is as ciht VW, forty.
,W7 M dy &ad
i ela ~I the wmd of the
gi anS g Lme sa Wine a
~.*wM "p n medthe t lub m
Sig-4t pa edau.

E ssvssiethaW. l

I- to kTe o r
w ev o eml ahatieI a&e d

.sops 0a the 11th of

> #0 ax this week If you
o the city elec tion.
e. oatr Presiden f the
as artist advocates of

amdSlt frto The Sunc
we womid appreciate a

I ts vat I theo city elec-
- M yflou mest ipay your
a W l W a. Saturday i March

lbh aat Tomps closed Sate

SW bappitss ios never
w ame gets away from
s oat to elp hisr fellows

SBbase sud for is proue

mOta Coagrees I n extraon
0 baMh 15 It ias nunder-

or r-e tleslation will
oj f te Coempany eedts the
mw btr years notwith-i
S n p ets of sWoe of the
MGiaft who Cotend that
breims a corporation.

Sbk laerin OW American life
Greate reverence for
bhast d for law would i
6"erse in crime and
Msg mlIcrease in moral,.
SAM gOOd order.

**ll sItolded wiah fthin
s gei r reanefr t e for

Is All in and the at
Uoaguing to thet Jury
lb Od~rWMurder vare inI
b1 tOi Coopewrs and ex sheriff
04 bemag tried at Naulah ill.'
b"ft Ofl el-Senator ('artalck
Is bub5tat the v'al-0. 'A III bv

"It etb etuo 11 I s*lroh'itb.

Is th atct It r..eIKt

b.'innIKut f5 i, i iii.


Vtie-N- %% )'#,,. e t I. i~,

mes'elthat it 'Aa'- l[r.oti~flhi;t I,# .,i -
dri' iiea! h I ll'e Iiti 111 .1l1 11 tr

hani,'l l 4 t\ n ithe. I,< 1in,,v thi.t t
<'h;iiffeir ilirtif 111 ;t.i ndix I ill- t
as Iltlell..1 h1 t. I) th,. la || ;% .a ,. ti.
chantinlly jicrfie't 1111 m "
The- PittstourK IPot mss: '.s*"M. -r-.
Knox and .Maceagnh have mal,' IiK
p* r'onial sacrificets to l 4 i bers of Taft's cabinet. and the p'ur
chase of a $1*H.M4**, WashinItonI hoiei,
by another prosp'ctihe nienbher (if the
new cabinet Indicates that services
here isn't going to be altogether for the,
salary connected with the places.
Simplicity Is In for some. more' har.l
experience's. it he,.n'. .
The Norfolk Virginian-I'ilot a.Vs:
"r*'reldent Taft Is quoted as sayingK
of Roosevelt that the historian of the
future will look upon him as one 'prov-
Identially raised up to meet an exig-
ency In the country's history only less
Important than the Revolution and the
Civil War.' If so. It only furnishes
fresh Illustration of the passing stange-
ness with which Providence selects
the media through which It works.
Tom Platt made Roosevelt Governor
of New York and afterwards Vice-
President. The bullet of an assassin
did the rest."
The Philadelphia Record says: "Mr.
Taft favors a graduated Inheritance
tax. but he is silent regarding an in-
come tax. the most difficult of all
taxes to collect, and quite uncollect-
ible except by Inquisitorial means.
which Anglo-Saxons, and democracies
generally, have resented. The sub-
jects of the Kaiser pay their income
tax patiently. To republican France It
means royalty, and only under the
pressure of financial desperation is the
government trying, with much Ill-suc-
cess. to force It upon the legislative
body. England, which has paid It for
a long time, Is now complaining both
of the means employed for collecting
it and the great extent to which it is

The idea of making all sorts of
paper from the pulp of Florida pine
trees is not a dream of The Gaines-
ville Sun. It is a reality. The senior
of The Herald was In Gainesville last
Wednesday and be saw the paper.
There were a dosen or more kinds of
it-linen, bond, book, ordinary letter,
antique Anish and othera-various
tints, weights and grades, and all of
It was and is as good as any paper
made from any other material. Mr.
C. W. Chase Is at the head of the
scheme with ample capital and Mr.
B. F. WiUlamson. his capable ama-
ager,. Is now established In Galneo-
ville and is perfecting plans for build-
ing a great factory there. Mr. William-
son says that the plue forests which
his enterprise will consume will be
replaced as fast as his big mill can
use the timber and thus the supply of
material will be kept up idefluitely.
Arrangements are Leing made to print
an edition of The Gaineseille Sun on
this flne iaper.-Punta Gorda Herald.

That Finland is far from enjoying
the amount of freedom ahich is her
due is evident from the reason that
has led the Czar to dissolve the Diet
and order fresh elections. This btep
has been taken solely because one part
of the Czar's eieenth from the throne
on opening the Diet was criticized by
ole of its official ruenit'wri. What a
time the Czar would hae with our
('ongreim if he' were hire intt'ad of in

We most certainly bilb'v iu ithe'
doctrine that each man should luo,-
his ne-ighlor hinn-elf Itut wei.'l
one it.lghtior ha a ;gardeli aitla t he
other Ineighlhor k,'l'i" hit times difficult for t hti nl .Il iti tha.
garde'ii t li.to uiP t, fti( "I (fili'

How's This?

1 .AId fi ler .. l% ca -eel 5 a it'I' 11-1 &1, '6!

'Jki~d (Iet. .r I.e I.ti

J. CL i !.or I Li I


satsrin Is badmi ed the world ever f
its oftue a sad Waemoeam; and yet the
m bhair i equam as soft sad golamy
wTb healthy : sad the radal came of aU
bseir troUe Is isaALB. whik 1. iaus.d
by a petilftmn parMso that ips the
vitality of the hair at Its ret. Newhr'e
serpleMs a the eatr pop ea that Ia
tal to thed *an mw Whotan.
bf the I no fa bei&g heir, ut a low
rtast growth of sm. eoft hair to ar.
t IAe.f tthe isp wet d
an eof wmne we thai behtemag sau
tof heir to NewOWS ReleMa tmM b
S-ftg T a on,'-- 1bad hUe. L to ste,
to nbs RaWedpl 0.. Doetrop U1

J. 8. Bodiford & Co.. Spec AAgenta.

t e ig 34Mit rwrnausterd
tow ~uss 41 140fol"G
e..wsi~ea. of MhieC.sme WORthabow

1.of d.ist Is p~ialftwIS~a
byexpse..*.Poo .d. to
i'me *r 1a $a S16

PnOcv at oApoD OUcttpvcgLt"...
IN AL C h*l g

hIk al- (.11,g .I'.IiIl


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North, Sodth EMs

Consult the "Purpi

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

SDiv. Pass. Agent 1
Atlantic Coast Line, Jeeka

Air Line Railw
4. Davies WaGrfrMld Laamr WUNme awi L
S It.\ I AlItP YE..I-AIt()4 'NI)

L E. Ssr. w Tu I ,W



t sad West


schedules and
Ticket Agent,

Trrv. Pam. Agak,
Ovulw, Fiends

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I~ '\ I'I"( WtIhA FA-S'I' AII
lil SKAIUAIt A. [AV141111011% l.I11iTED)-S~lid Pullman 'estl,-
ttill eelal-tl, ef l'uA.l. ..: (lub Car,()bpet-r~athien Car atad
[iial*-a j-lljtining ler A'It. t-t'-ii .1e r~o-' City aidelSt Atiu.titlue': Pull-
Iet-.it 4''ii, I a 1111. i' 1 fe II. i -'-*ee Jtrhtey t'it) Sle Vii'ift l vr a le h;
l l. '11111,41 !,1 IAII~izIt~. Sl e ,'It.- tiV4e1* 4t 111 -Jer,-, ('ItY and
h411 1A eyI' '1,41 I1,I1 il .st,d M~imie I I.. t,,. At Auigustatei
1*2 17,I t le mi d J te k:eit,1 I v I. I j isi N i thu .' u -' t I JIi dAV
For full information and sleeping cat reac'wetions call on
anyi Agent Seaboard. or wwrite S. C. SOYI.'JLON. Jr, Assistant
Gener.&I Pasasenger Agsnt% Jacksonville, Florida.

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I h I'; -. lI,,. i ''. ". tl lt ,|

ii l 1 .t

S, ,, ., l i ii' l:-h, r of th,(t .*\, 11. t
l' t! ,, i.ol ,in rt .,tl .ivi l It ill h r
r i ,. l ;; t,. it Nlia.vn1I. Edlifr
\ltr ,hy,, M in i it al,,i< |ei lh ,l hfate'
,l. i Iino n t tl k, I| The' K\|l n>, lat up
'o th, lhi h tala;.ir' l litt:eine illd, r
Its Ittol,-hilp of I*'reo -sor T F. 1Mr
i 1 ith I ;i i thEl i repr-s fraternit gvet r
ll. 1 L, r- t the ir retire'nent. It i-, safe
to naB\. him ,r. that the paple'r will
lio-* none of Its prestige under its
nfew edlitor Miss Carliente'r lo well
eqitilpie.ed for the' undertaking she has
asumned and The Sun bespeaks for
her the aid and patronage of every
teacher in the State. They need just
such an educational Journal as she
will give them If they give her the
prolwr encouragenieent.

Cuba will make a great blunder If It
establishes a national lottery such as
It proposes doing. The lottery busi-
ness In this country was an octopus
that ruined hoats of people whom It
got into Its clutches, and It took the
determined work of our Government
for many years to be rid of It Cuba
is poor but a lottery would impover-
ish It.

Porto Rico shows good sense Ia de
lining to have nothing to do with the
proposed unalon of that island with
Cuba. Hayti and San Domiago. A mu-
Ion with Cuba alone would be risky.
but to join Hayti and San Domingo
would b sheer madness.

A nation's strength does not lie In
the number of Its people but in their
character. It is the strong. Intelligent,
law-abiding and courageous men and
women who are true to their convic-
tions that give abiding strength and
power to the State.


hs alvaled by 3 mu N& Wnsea
D m in nm.d .

Tampa & Jac onvill eRail

RIOTXVK DO, a. u m

Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South.......................... 10:10as
Turning, arrive Oai .esvi .... ........ 4:U p ,
Leave Gaineuville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pn a
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ *:0 p


It Mli

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emmefsied tbe t*A
a -wo ft the UM
WN bet8d 6
Has to mbe avo

md iwa atsum bvm. O

to n bwS

Two hnaIlmir umfateroe.
ive ire ibsuraee agemeles.
Two lery Tsad feed stbles.
One rate a d basket factory.
One k' Club reea4tn room.
Astmesteral Experimet statio.
rlormd Wainter Bible Coaferece.
Fire dr-esmaking establishments.
National Odd Fellows' Aaltarlum.
Three dertaklag estbllshments.
Frst-clas sewerae system. $175.000.
Two of the best hotels It the In-
Two wholesale grain d feed
Tw wbotoale groeery establishb-.
Water "that has made Galinesille
The fnowt opera bonse in the 8tat
sub" of Jaeksmvlleo
A oeoermset buMlding mnom to be
e le to eost wba completed
m Mpmte asm plasters ,
= printers. machiasts adi aIS
Mae miles of paved street and
pmU11e ldewaim tieO t my other
tow tohe lnteriw of the 6tato.

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Stiways system .
Servoleent orders.
T copal church.
Ialee lead Dae.
6 e- mist laboratory.
Iluaees Sunday schools.
V veterinary sargeoss.
SPreebyterlaa ehurckh
Iwo cigar manufsactores.
p wtr real estate agencies.
Valmateor Are department
beoera lumber eompanlea.
re lNMetuhodist churches.
A a ea ad orgerpiietio
t -pho ral kallerIea.
"TV meotog picture shows.
m int C
flew M-t^-l R.
Mia I imm SMdLt

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emu bwft na w am* S

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110331AT LAMI

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mu -~ peepsift,(

An mveamewies R st
All b11,11,11
aded to UesMeat 3-LAMMs5

au mCLAW.

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Practice i al Crt.

tate a-d

COW"- e maOs bert" bumew S

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*edbk aeeS psca.all






In Which a Resident of Alachua County WHI

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11



Cerficates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Reproe

stiattives of The R. S. HNward Co. of Miami,

Ti Cotest to be Conducted by THE SUN n

Bhalf of Bush & Safford.

U a
5 5

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



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be med
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To f mbd i re di t M @, W. a M N fr dwi fwr...... ..$.1
To f m r M Smin t. s k hu hr Jr....... ... 1MM
To d- ido-- nW NOW v sI^S a heN --r -- se 0 0 4 0 &-.- &-.8.. LIO"
Thee due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.
*l*~ i" ~ ~ ^^ ~ ^- ~ ~ '"n

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
fr evwy emat paid Into their establaishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phofer Ies.
Hyde & Tens.
Where Vies y kBe Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
mats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Ia oelce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the VotUng Contest Department of The Sun,
OalneevUle, Florida.


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living I
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro
prietors of the above-named arms are *ligtble to
participate in this contest, and will paracipate is
so manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betwe*
candidates or others Interested In this coatet.
such controversy may be referred to the co-
ductors of contest. who alone are the per0ao
qualified to render decilouns.
4. In the event a candidate decides to with*
draw from the race. such candidate will not e
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of another
candidate In the contest



$1.26-Treh moinths'subscription..............


V1kl %141 beLrcrr
400 votes

2.50--Siz months' subscription....... ............... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscriptio ............... ..... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptiuun (before April 1. 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1)... 25,000 votes



$1.00---0c Vtar'a bubscriptiu ..........................

.%ca a u .crmtr*
500 votes
1,200 votm
3,500 vote
30,000 votes
30,000 vote

400 v'tcef

Ftr a clib ul vI out-.ear bAbscriptius . ..............4,000 vo d
it'n 1 4' 1- fi llt it f t l *it.lm i ,it' < f 'o cid l,. ,.ti'li ( t'-)j t .-j t iii ,tV -, <.ur
So! cit n( votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the propfretr


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eta a band of his kind that
ri a- s raised free of all
i a wwell kown fact that
-l to e*t out." the lead-
am all i a mad race acreo
as the old, gentle, well
Sr work horse oce be
-a of Dk frtedom.-Wm C.

be i adled by every parent.
lM aIs nervous. fretful, starts
is pasty faced, has rings
a s wa, always seems hungry.
: lb weight. you can be sure
Sm A isa worms. White's Cream
ii as absolute cure for
Sis ft's own purgative. Sold

lbi N. Norton

, Desk, Stationer)
Iernia, Shet Pictnr
SPiM Fr um .....


with Bankers.. Attor-
y anId Investors in Real
Let us send it to
Ys so that you will he iln-
humd agu to what is doing
4 Beal Estate circles.
O attract bkrm an' ar ii|>l*'te
Sm draow you Uth ilerfrta in ti-
Without our guaraunt-.



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In tFbr PIa0-
hiMia Telephone Co


Whiltling Sabbath In *Setlad.
Concerning the Scottish reprobatioo
of whistling on the Sabbath Dean
Ramnay has a characteristic story. A
famous Glasgow artist met an old
hbihland acquaintance unexpectedly.
"Donald, what brought you here?'
"OL. weel. sir, It was a baad place
you; they were bead folk. but they're
a God fearlo' set o' folk here." "Well.
Donald. rm glad to hear It." "Ou. aye.
air, 'deed are they. an' ll11 gle ye an
Instance o't. Last abbath Jut as the
kirk wasu kallin' there was a drover
chield frae Dumfrles comln' along the
road whisaln' an' lookla' as happy as If
it was a middle o' the week. Weel.
sir. oor lands Is a God fearing' set o'
laads. an' they were Just comin' oot
o' the klrZ'-o'd they yckit upon him
an' almost killed him!"
Race Suicide

Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths among In
tants are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentary.
.*our stomach and all Infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 2&c and 50c per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
A Funny Family.
"What makes your hair snap so?"
asked the child who was watching hbi
mother comb nher hair.
"Elettril Ity." hbins mother replied.
"We are a funny family." remarked!
the child after a few nItueilentis
thao'rlit. 'The either dny '.u mil
pamia hlad wheels In hi' liad: s. miu: now
you've got ih, tri ity In your lin:lr. !
you put l y .v r !' .' I,. ,:'.i r y,"
ltlght ninke n4 ele 4:ri< mitor, wmightsi't
yoU?'-New York Tluies

1w UA1ts a ha" CkUdrsl.
IkIM Y KY AAMa "qt
seln the
2pnature of

The Size She Wanted.
The woman went in the buookstore
and akead for a globe.
-What size do you want?" asked the
clerk, turning one ou Its pirot for her
to look at the rarlous and sundry coun
trie, In pluk and blue.
"I think." said the woman. "that you
may give me one life aize.-- New York


() M(ifKA 14 lielt i ,.imuld ereuout isick
w-ht.~ iiuiste.ki iof letting tlienn~velu *x gt
Psick mid Owu tr) to cure it 84o long
a, ou kecli ) our 11cr, bot-oel and
-1 i1.a1 h II It L.a l. ~th ltI A1 1%t 4. 44011
dItIA )I % cii~cli't getrick BINShlrI'b
ai hi n, ltI I I OIL. I 1 ilL. I t )1 4 iltU

Poor Bh~ff

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Ifyou hvefuund anYtbhw se8"itt
I' ~ er liavd ILc tOe VaLt jLll

candidate for the office of City Mar-
hal. to be voted for at the eleeMoo
am April 13. 1909. If elected I will
tfathfully discharge the duties of the
ilke without fear or favor. I re-
speetally sollet the votes of all, Ir
respective of party aUllat.

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I respectfully announce myself a
candldat for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
sessor for four years, I am fully pre-
pared to Ell the office, as my record
will show, the city assessment hav-
ing been Inereased In that time from
a little over 1600,000 to over $1.000.000.
I was prevented from running for this
officee last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.
To the Voters of Gainaesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
aidate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
n the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain. Yours very truly.
Nottee Is herehv' sgiv that O. rF. "black.
,ujrhmser of Tax CerUflele No. a'.
dated the Sth day of August. A. DL I. M.
ha filed mM eertNratte to my oatSe.
.and ha uimade oit-aktloa for tax deed
to i'mue Iu aeor4oe*r with law. aMd erTUl-
slte embrtuees ten feollowlmg doeribed prog-
ertv sitastedi n A mebwatouoatyr.lFmsa. towit:
W% of N*.4 See. I0. Tp 11. S R I.
The sam l*d belt *me** **dat the date of
the iaumsce of each crtleate In Lbs ame of
H. C Canter.
Snlei .'said ertmeste sbalul be redeemed e-
erdinu to law. tax deed win use thereoa on
the Jth day of AIW A. A. D. I t.
Wltaim giuy ofeial oinaature sad seal thi
the nth day of Mieas. A. U. l a.
Pd Clerk Chrelt Court Alacbua Co.. Va.
i8W. LA wS or ruiA)DA.
Notice Is bereby given tiat IV SlaI'bhr.
paurebwr of Tax CertiIcate No. 17. dased
tb rth dwv of Augua. A. D. MI.
o ba se w Se eerUoaes is my e-ooe.
dad bas made MaeaicsUS for tax doe" to I,
sue sl a*eo*dame with law. Samd Uaraiae
ebers toe followlan deserbed property
atueatd is Alsehs *ounaty Forid.s. Sowl:
.%N o Neo Se. l T.s S. I. 4 I.ant W
The told ikd being nesd at thl date o
the isn&usel uf heb oertieate la the same
of Mrs. Stea tSlaetber.
UJsles msid certMeate shall be reoieWedl s
cording to law. tax deed will mSe tambees oa
We P% isay of Mareh. A. D. IOLS.
WiMne omr my l al rgeatsure and seal tIs
Ub. lib da, of Februar). A. D.. 19
id Cerk CireuIt C4an s A laehug Co.. Mt
lB M N. CHEVriS. D. C.

NW a -so"

Tuner and Rebuilder
lE-tiltta 1 ii i I rri, l, rmutlj tly aid All
Wrk tiilarauktdal

A ti I %c IIlitoP


[Breads, Cakes and

IiiIA :,m ~.-m aire.'al ili m I .%&t*41 our
1$ tat r) %%. arei t j.ot o gni veo
)". I IL1 rlI'i I is rIL liave. olit sa.
jc ij vatojiat ) i i-i r I e tv. y Iusu tjil~a.

H. T. isctaafrr, Prop;. Phone 1M1A



, p,b,,y Drought to Thi. WHICH MEANS DEATH r, ,.. NA
or the Span.ards. 31w Many ru r ltr ive hard of thi alil a c'"l it.. f.*r 0t)N Marshal.
fIIl. e w e plainsterhIJ (1 i' t prols inI oat :1 r r.o o(t n IrItt .IltI ha *FOR ]
I S4i. alt ftly yer 'the C'ngo-aoa dl.'ri. t It byI-r b e f T ull ad ft. S. S. R. is known as Nature's Cure for C
0own was ledihal. th.'ro- Ithe Iirt of the t:,, ', fly. When itrl ntll). eight andl day. and my record It is prviIrr esbb l captain. wa, roam- ates a ,4pon. th sleiprng synmpoms is oln for nIl.wctmin. lherbs and burks tiken directly from te atu
Salla of New Mrelo. twI bgin ad finally the sufferer sleeps If my Per hel' duti'ig the pait y.a, not contain the least particle of strong uainr
Soh the dob used by the n atil dIeath o, curs. has bbeen satisfactoriy I a-k the ill,- pared as to nid In the uphtildin*v of 'ten. pi
lg1 their plunder on lodge Contrast this with the peaceful, port and vote of each slid ,*\,.rs i' ? Cont 011 ':s I" ,-*i '1. Son f:o:n t', i
Sthat they had nI balmy sle p of health. Is there any. 'rn v .o l. ,.d.i'.. 1 f *llw tI!i u. cf 0. F. S.. such as .n:.ih
talte thin r r w r1 'i I than to lIe awake I romi the .ama ',. 1.r i.. a- I h aI ih .attmi. ('. tc i so often t ole c.a e
I- Fpisln h siag in '. esrLel 0 h'. 'l"sl4Si ,I !?. nf rvou, with t: diA ur.d to "et in i.the -t 4s. *s ,t ,E' tr t0 .- very hx estw'rd nr,-n thep I. iI:as. ro'd f-*, t. hot ha-l and merry knows. ,eppr lprl f I:th nst,,nlh- what el- .? Short of hI ting the tse'te Yours fr ordI r. b it ti:, t'le tnic .'lects. r' itas the
lr d I nndians '*' eing -1,.i' fly hl!te uLt we wold do almost any. I:: c1 oAli\-o\ rtivaor of the dis a. and regain its oturn
r had with thb'm. The ex- thing for relief. How can we pre.- d k.e not co'. r up or hide the sy-mptoms for
se ronhtantly 'lomnag horses. vent It? Mr. George Hayes. of I take thiM niethd of irformiing th. o thoroughly dot- it remove the caune that u
* littlee doubt thit the first 'nlIon City. Pa.. writes: "I had lost public that I am a candidate for Cit) turn. S. S. S., Nature's cure, is the surest a
western horses originated my appetite. was all run-down. could Marshal at the election to be held on Blood Poison. llome Tntment Book with
tray. not sleep nights. I had tried every- April 13. 1909. 1 respectfully solicit watimSWd uy &dlgadvicfree to all wi
irly days upon the plains thing without relief. VInol wau roe- the support of all voters, rresipectite ________ _W_-
a great pest to travelers. mmeded. nd to my murprise It of party affiliation. and promise to
e the hlakless camper who helped e at onue; gav me a0 splendld faithfully and Impartially discharge
bad of wild horses to get aW ette, and now I sleep soldly. the duties of the ofce should I be
gh to his gentle borsesm What Viaol did for Mr. Hayes t will elected. Respe fully.
ar the night, to sweep do for evTry run-down, ervan and elected. Respectfully.
It was almost unleash to everworked perso who eal ot CHA8. C. WARREN. I
the caM of the wild come VINOL is sold In QOineeville by W.
get b ore wbe he k M. Johnean, Oruglt. I repetfully saoaoce myelf a


ont&gious Mlood Poison
ing and heal ing extracts o
ira! Sorts of the laud It
~r2iugrvie'nts and 4 e
d.L V,3 tulire'sant efcur
wheyrl 6thc v duniles ane
etroutleo and rently but.s
aand pur;ies the cfuaim
yi'tr. tmto jppidly 6%,e
awhile, to break'o~ak,
no sizus of the troubh em w
and Waest remedy for Ce.Sm
Valuable mag1u llando

ias TM u


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The Fay-helee Vilble.

write ow rden Tww^ *0

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It pass thie fanner to plant only the bem. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
SSe e mmado kof "h s q Fm ad bk
We anr now booking orders for IFea and other -meabh samd. We
will be xid to send you prim c .equL ,



Bush & Safford The Gaiaavil Sun



Thit, s ('i- m> iimay l- cas't at The. ~uSa ,thli e or at eithiwr of tim atorsn cow-
IAKIt& 'ith the 4SELn.t. NOT OT(



Groceries and Grain

No Order
Bo Phuass 215

Too Large







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SANDat Rut

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IWP"d and What Is o.
6i-p ers-tona*l and
ol I* of the clty.

|* II ticket at Rutherford'*

Bgarrd of Waldo sa. In the
fpe r hias retnllnd from a
Stw to Perry
a pti t ax this week If you
@ #at the city election.
musem paid to ladie..
g sdrfd** RBstaarant
Sajoo the splendid enter-
l the Electric Theatre last

garr of Micanopy was
business on Galnesvllle

lJ -d mad Henry Baker
m d fro ha short visit to
M t Hawtor..
jll Prewitt of Waldo is in
,:i. eest of the family of
r, M. Prewitt.
Sa erad wife of Micanopy
j -ithe visitors to the city
Sea sIopping expedition.
B Is a dollar show, but
wrM the moving pictures at
pIate. Electric Theatre.
SL, aSaick of Williston was in
yedtrday and called at The
i ad reewed his subscrip-
Pab l o left yesterday for
re h e goes to Investigate
Ife matters for the railroad

1P. Uadersol left yesterday for
'WMf where he was called on
He will be absent for the
11016 days.
's amu.ementi at the Elec-
meaning John Ennor
lthlwerld. and moving pictures.
ely tea cents.
Chairs of Bell, one of tht ljho-
ad turpentine men of that
section. is among the lus!-
iihlors to the city.
IL Plank. nianuiaeturer of
Oulebirated chill and ft.' r
ls h the city. lie is not outly
l atleian idt puts uip a re',ei.-
*p all be claims for it


In Pfr Cut Pur



Sltw it wears lollger and
mor)e pace. If YOU
l/the ote f wiitet
Story I)avin.



W ices on Brusaes


r Key o) sters, day and night,
herford's Restaurant
the' ;l i e'- In th .- si'l Itl '
I A. M (C" li, nii ll- r'.i lt I 111
t i ll'li t:,l, i'

Planki('nCil II i e c i goar, int- I to
cure e Cltl~ls. f.%,er., (114!s. eawIl~ir:;
i-rice 2:.Pc. SolId toy W. NlJo'. ti-' en.
(Iitltoi-i ec i n,- feor Ilt i .it ;a! or'.
;nlt piettire!- metil I hitl ,Ewwe r -.45 ciglo-r
ruti tt .begiw-- a tOe- Lie dtric TI.'.1
t ro

L nv o .!.a I .t [!, f.i I., v ,
S to ( I 1 \ i ; lt \ I 1..
.*. 0, 't ,,* .' ,'- t. ( !
*HIll' t3il
I \\ i:ru, ,' '.1 .\.,r 'i (;alu *'- iil
)iinle n a I. -,t to hI-i f:a;illt li.
inv ih3.loJ\ d li thi phoi .i;,~.
Jti. at Chrlhti!;:a.
J. W. Shtrous. of KRddi(-k a.- it,
the city yesterday. lie was formerly
a citizen of Micanopy and was a fre-
quent tlaltor to Gainesville in those
W. T. MeLendon of Alachua was
in the city yesterday. He states that
has melons are coming up fine. but
be still has a number of acres to
Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder of
the Methodist Church with head-
quarters in Ocala. was in the city
Sunday and yesterday meeting bhi
large number of friends.
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Is the
best remedy for that often fatal dis-
ease-croup. Has been used with
success in our family for eight years.'
-Mrs. L Whiteacre, Buffalo. N. Y.
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co., Micanopy, Fla.
Dr. G. 8. Waldo has returned from
Vashington. where he went to visit
ails mother and take in the Inaugural
ceremonies. He experienced a very
severe snow-storm while in the Na
tional Capital.
H. A. Ford cr, Palatka. a prominent
real estate dealer of the Gent City.
is among the visitors to the city. lie
owns valuable property in this cit)
and is here looking after the improve-
mnents be is now having made.
M. M. Itegge ciated with the (a. W. Hyde Company
for soinit time. has resigned his Ipoei-
tion and left yesterday for New York.
tie has accepted a traveling liositioni
with the 11. II. Claffin Company.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
b;- W. L. IAeGrande; city water, elec
tried lights,. sewerage. bath,. qd all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
IH. II. McCreary or Sun office. ",
I)r and Mr,. J. M. Farr. and Miss
IHarris,. bhae returned from a short
but plel-antlt M i-it to St. Augustinei and
Jactkonaille.-'. Mips Harris is theli
grreat and thIy will visit he-,Iral other
places of inte-res-t during her sojourn
in the State eI'fre- she- returns to her
home in Italtimore'
Miss Eva Ward. who has beten t- e
charming guest of Miss Irene Mc-
Cre-ary for the- paht few weeks. depart-
eo for her home in Fort Smith. Ar-
kansas. yesterdayy Durtug her so-
journ here she made a host of friends
among the young set who will be do-
lighted with a return visit.
"Songs of Dixie" is the- title of a
mook containing 33 famou, songs of
the dear old Southland. plantation
soIigS and "'unnii Southerirn songs
\WV'rd,. andl mutic, lianli) or organ at-
(iti 1.tanilin til l'rie' e'** r'e-lts I'ub-
lihl'd b' ThI S lHrainiard .- S nn- ('o
_.**; \%'aI;ti-h aftfnue. ('li 'ag .. Illinois..
.I I' llinki.aght re ei ed a t l*
^ .1111 \ ..tf.- tl~ la th thi ;tad i, .
' i l. .i t h, of h i- I *'; M ri- (;,. ,r ',
I,, ,,l. f >i lO. ri .\ 1- .' S uldll S hi.t l it
\ lie "l. "" n l Atl.a.t.a <.A ,il 'l**
i t, 1, t S I* w il I I Iur el t dit' 1"
.p k ,, .ul. S ;. i th" l.I -tyl r o f J
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art a Savings Account

LUer Bro..

. Banker



New goods that have just arrived and marked at lowestpmi
price. No inflated values put on them to make them appear great-
ly reduced, but real genuine value for prices asked. .* ol


Fancy Silks

Cheney Bros.' Printed Foulard Silks ia
beautiful array patterns, very delruab
for Shirtwaist Suits. Regular 75e vival
on sale Monday at ................ .

One lot Fancy Plaid mad Stripe Si,
nest pattern.; regular price 60to Tot
yard-on sale Monday at .......4

New Arrivals in Ready-to-Wei Dlpartnt




Travelogues by John Ennor. with
moving pictures, for only ten cents to-
night at the Electric Theatre.
Chickering. Knabe, Mathushek.
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. HU.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
Mrs. Pauline Mcilvaine and daugh-
ter. Miss Annie, left yesterday for
Cedar Key. where they will spend the
next week vislttag relatives and tak-
'rg in the delightful breezes of the
J. P. Entenza of Waldo was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday. He is man-
ager of the El Toey factory at that
palace and the great demand for his
goods keeps him on the hustle at all
Miss Ida sIurkhim departed yester-
day for Jacksonville, where she will
spend the next few days visiting rela-
tives and friends. She is quite a
favorite in that city and her visits are
always pleasant.
T. H. Ellis. Sr.. returned yesterday
from a short trip to Waldo, where he
went to visit his sono-in-law. Chas. A.
.Mark.. one of tne Seaboard con-
duc(tors. Mr. MarxKs has been confined
to his room for several weeks with
The Magnet Cash Store has a new
advertisement in this issue to which
attention is directed. They are effer-
lig somUe special bargains in shoes.
and it would be to the advantage of
Ier',sIe- -ipect the l t xck
\e offer the cholcest accommoda
tien-. flod and series and are glad to
'lAteld i lonaterial rates to our patrons
it, tiht. cit) and ~ititnlt y. iz: Single
, 'l .tlit reie nrl ,11 |li er day, ; luxu
rtn u.- roilm s it le ri~ ate b th. ':o, e.
SIigle Ioe .i l-- 7,e. sui.e-riir talile
I.earil i $ et ri wiee-k Ilrown Hli ouIe"-
Ti1e eat% h0 I lt e lll4 hi hi-.lie i Iha thet
Sll.1tM t I +.,it -.1 a1 11, 4 i r ta 11.h1t%% ri lid

L .\ t I .t I ( li it e r lhri l

I |i .. I, '.1 1 .* leil.n t
.. t, i tI 1. t i 't lht>t a .t l b r lit
t+'1, :.,i I, 1 1 i* 11 3 tl4h14A i t( O'lM iK
.ik C,,1,a iii g W'rk,

.4 i..' i A,,eeiinw, Isrge- -h re-t of
IL L a~he up, 5 i-l- in'-ittiA or Ch Ii
I .. i1~f. fA 's ieuh.,t i.u'iee o UNorth
r' U ill ll 4 ~er Ex lo- r -uac wite
S tI~tlk I 11t-I? e 'cu te- 'ell re.e-seut
no* ~ ~ ~ i %tl sila e'sak awil rtead tee
.t.irt 'at U1te4V. A tint uhatsMe fleeit lie-
s .,;Iia nWe-ll call at thle W~iiI,er:+%"tej,
HII k &fill ait -,k fur G I SmitIh 1


-The New Store in the Hyie Building-

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ach Insertion. bt s advertta
meant takes for leos stam 0 oeome sbx
words make a lime; ao fractiomal Ites,
every word over each aix eoutng as
an additional lin. CAiN In advance
muat accompany all orders or laser-
tias tIn e elauma.


FOR RENT-Plv-room cotht Ap
ply 300 I. Liberty street.
WANTED-To rent two cottages:
close In. Apply at Telegraph Aoi.
FOR RENT- Five-room cottage as
block next to square; efty water.
electricc lights. bath mom ld all
modern convove eame. Apply at thls
WANTEDI Young printer of ordinary
experience. who desires to better
learn trade, to act as galley boy. set
heads. distribute ald set type oc-
.a-ionally. and do general work as
alShistant to forenman. Must be
.steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office



A. J. 1'IdaL
FOR SAL&-Typowrkt rMvbbm6"
COPY sad regWArd.1emu "IN
UsEon cM

FOLR &AL5--,e.a nld e l iO
Box NI 27T.

HOPPFMAN. the celebrated OGwm
coach stalea. will maie this ag" s
at Crawford & Darts' Mables. TW'
reduced-81 ar'vieo be. ami hi a.
vae. HA



Linr, Fmi ids

Davis &Oliver

Jan. M. farshilau, ire-.

.ewt ('ambler


Fine Embroideries

Of every quality and width-Flouncings
with ltanlds to match.

We know these values to be above
average and you will bear us out in
statement when you see them.

They are in special lots at
s, 7 1-I, 4k, 12 1-I 1
29s, lhf, 4h4 Ih J Ia

The asa oMeo for calltag card. --

First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years

capitall $11M10.wi


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