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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 12, 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: VID01603
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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(4AJNES1'UILE, FLORIDA,, FRIDIAY. MARCHI 12. 1904)9


TEN CENTh A


DECISION AGAISTATHOLIC PRIEST IS
BOYCO1S AFFIRMED


ANDARD OIL FINE



VANISHES IN THE AIR


NlHnE u Juy to lu Veract

dM MImmy ddM CuL.


understand each other, and there is no
other %ay of knowing each other more'
essential than that of knowing the
other's language.
"Itoth as a government and as a peo
pie we are far behind Japan in this
essential, step towards mutual under.
Standing She has for decades call-
ed the UI'ted States he.r teacher.
There in no government and i -ople
in the world that undrstiand-, all the
nations as well aN Japani doe..- The
government has sent year after year.
and still keeps It up. her choicest stu
dents and officlaIb t, .tf.r tihiaone t


St-tud t it ni. e .er I'partiment f i- -ilI
political. iand th l-i to I-riiing bac k ilh kiinotl'.-e,
L ir tlwd for tl., ij ,o f flit' r ioni ,ii'
.tl0a' fr the i <.l t llem of til rIli, l,
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Xoh" ei'i.'t i e lice CI-,la.h tllic t the,
hici-ililc fricicl lcp -Ie t( e*-i- thI-1e two1e
greatt adlal itdl ] n'i- |e'iaele- if |l-rfe-tl>
-sfe- uiindelr Ihils ,ie. ide-d llitt-r-oure'
io cincludle-s Ih-Foret bllind to lthe
tI 'il.d uf auil d U ei*' tii.ellt.


SLAIN BY MASKED


Housekeeper Who Detects Them in the lt

Shot and Mrdere Esc


NEWARK. N. J.. March 11.-Three
men. whose features appear to have
been concealed by their heavy over-
coats and slouch hats, walked into the
study of Rev. Erasmus Ansion. pastor
of the Polish church of St. Stanislaus.
this morning and opened fir, upon
him. Three bullets from their three
revolvers hit the priest, killing him
Instantly.
The trio turned to make their es-
cape and found their way blocked by
Mrs. Antonio Sewrzytska. the house-
keeper. One of the visitors turned his
re-olver upon her. Inflicting a wound
which is likely to prove fatal. Then
all three made their escape.
The l olce were put to work on the
case within a few minutes of the mur-
der. and byv noont1 had rounded up
four s.-|,< (t olie of a honl the hoe: se-
k'eie.r V,,v in St. Itarnahas Ho-i ital.
thoighti ?')r'- a re' -mhilanc' to the'
leader i the trio who had done t!h-,
shootlin. TVi' other- .,he wV.as iintl '
to lie t f.. All tour (l,-nieh l ar.
know l ,' *# (f the affair.
N "* i"':i.'e' theory t' acoeeriie ftn


AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LA-
SON APPEAL INEFFECTUAL.

Higher Court Affirms the Opinion of
Justice Gould, Although It Is
Somyhat Modified

WASHINGTON. March 11.-The
Court of Appeals of the District of Co-
lumbia has modified and affirmed the
jplnlon of Justice Gould. of the Su-
preme Court of the District, enjoining
the American Federation of Labor.
Samuel Gompers and other defendants
from publishing In the "we don't
patronize" list the name of the Buck
Stove and Range Company of St.
Louls.
The opinion holds that the decree of
Judge Gould should be modified to the
extent that there should be eliminated
from the decree a restriction of a la-
bor organization and other defendants
from "mentioning. writing. or refer.
ring" to the business ot tne iHuck
Stove and Range Company or Its cus-
tomers. Otherwise the decree is af-
firmed.
The court holds that a "combina-
tion" and boycott in furtherance there-
of and the publication In the "we don't
pltronize" In aid of a boycott is 11
legal.

NEGRO KILLS ANOTHER

AT ST. PETERSBURG

Negro Hotel Porter Picks a Quarrel
With a Key West Man and the
Latter Is Slain.

St iPFTElR -i'! !:(; Fl:i .larh 11 -I
W ill lIartI., a It ., i. poi t,- att t .
ie .tlt;ii l ,te.l lut alld kill'-- \ i;
liutler of K#.. \\. -t ihi.- ,iior.;.in ..t
S11 o'cl(hk
The killii.g w:- ltir-ly 1uni >.r \iok li
and the gK'ei ral 0), tiiin i t 1 h.; 1 t
ton will hang for this a'ct Th,. r.-
port is that hlirton tried toi iiluc(
Ilutler to fight. but could not gain hin
point. Finally, on .oune slight excuse.
he drew a ret"ol'e.r and fired tLtreee
Lines. one lodging in the spinal col-.
unin and was the direct cause of their
demise. One shot lodged in the arm
and another In the groin.


gregation. and Father AMg
came from Patersoa to tei
the church five months a
eral changes which arel
caused the dissatistact ,
All the men arr.esq
of St. Stanislaus chure
lice ordered the arrestg
er trustees whom the diW -
ed when he took ehaurul %
The police last alghM agi
men. sulWects. all Poi lma
near the church. At the uam
was announced that thed
growing that the prulets
were iot Neuark men, a
thought that the mau
x en tplanne-d here and ft
those under arrest may 1
she'd light on th--e, plain,
A crowd of 5.0,)o) Pa
e'-Iv tonight in front of the
which lay the body of t I
lrh", t xexpresslng their tW
n :tldih> to e't the body.
i('ne'ed( i g gettingg t
1-N i-rr ni.-ing to rant IP4
, 'e-r lii lY a double ie
\'a:- arr.ixed from the
th,' ht:;-<- and for two hlM 4
the l'(,h., marched is
the caket,, in which the-bd


HOLINESS PREACHFR j k" the"i w.I""l

PLOTTED HIS MURDER i'* l, he
v :i -I: a d her
*e. for (!)l rc'' and 6W |
HE PLOTTED TO KILL HIS SOUL ;t,, ( a", %.k-of Ih o it
hIATES HUSBAND. 1 t 1- '*. .' i:r;it dl a divorce.
} ir i. (t V. ', lfrim is
;: r ii>in: uith oils lor
Each Admitted Plot But Ea:h Laid I, f ,,rn.d to
the Principal Blame on I ,, k' art it Atlaita. Wt
the Other. niovtd l>.r.
Judge< l1ro lf's sent the
to j:il in d(efault of 1I.81 1
ATI.ANTA. Ga March' II-The Mr. Wro'lfram is a iV1
plot tou poison the' husband in the case Mofxdy The olole('al CollegL
%ait laid bare In polire court here .ve,- and Is the' author of a Ink
te-rda) when Re%. ('harlt s II. Wool- ligious works He is 35 yus
frani,. Hiuline.-s ira< her ad Mrs. ?) a cripple. Mrs. LOcklart b
I' 1.4ckhirt were arraigned on charges good looking
;f immoral conduct prefferred by J. I
.1 Lxwkhart. One who lives to l
According to the story told by the can be pretty "la2 3 s O
defendants. J. J. Lockhart. the legal ,rds. keep the beat i I blm
husband of Mrs. Lockhart. was doom- hin reach.
.-d to die- Mrs. Lockhart testified that Keep your eye o0 the
Re's \W'olfram saas the- author of the- There may be O9ftifle dl
Ilot whereas the latter testifl'd tha thatI which Is of Inter-mt tO


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that th prosculCo could not furnish
the further proof deemed necessary
%r the eirt 1r a onoimuation of the
ame, that Judge Aaderso announced
his decision.
Mr. Wleors saMid that the Govern
mast oemi proceed so further and
iggestedl dsmissal of the case. At-
trey John S. Miller, chief counsel in
the ease for the ol company. Imme-
lstaely W oved that there be an in-
stnaed verdict of not guilty. The
emrt so ordered, and the Jury. which
had be te asmed during the argu-
m ets by the attorneys. was called in
ad charged.
The decislo of Judges Grosseup.
Bau m ld Bneaman of the United
tate Circult Court of Appeals, re-
vers Judge Landis. together with
the action of the United States Su-
preme Court In reviewing the decision
of the court of appeals, was assigned
aa authority for decisolae.
Judge Anderson quoted from the
opinklo of the appellate court judges.
The strongest expression In favor of
his view, he said. was the statement
ina that decision that "the most we can
say is that the question is one upon
which Judges, after full discussion.
might very reasonably disagree."


.l*faps Should Study



.the Japanese Language


- WASHIOSTON. March 11.-Amorl-
m- eWars the Oriental aIn-gu-
m M. eo two rces cas come in con-
to W M-" os ether very long without
.bagag ies &b they merstand each
ether.
T iss the view of J. H. DeP rest,
L. 69 IMdMl. Japan, one of the
WaMws a em"t students of the
Oreit mI Ito relatio to the whites.
IA Wag, t iveT hiss views aIn a
bMtr t mSo Ametea AsAoetation for
emammaltmI Oelatlma. of which he

Tils eatmalam has a remarkable
*mBm 'end although oam of the
U" premimast Americams are mem-
b s, os eiostaee to asot generally
m The e aeesatol m it endeavor
ag I to romote peace between nations.
b t More partle larly to keep down
the Ja o-se -Amserk-an war bugaboo
la Oethr wor. America's foremost
e ea are easateatly but silently exert-
il a trememios force to off-set the
ef t of the war talk that bobs up
very mew and them.
Amsg the promainent Americans
at ar mohmbers of the council of
direotin oft the Agwrican Association
r lateranational Coaciliatilon are
Dr ms Abbott. William J. Iaryan. lif
e' I a L .Roekenrldse, Soestor T E
S larton. Andrew Carnegie Joeph II
onate. David Slarr Jordan. tBeth I.o1 .
IMayor orge McC'le'alln of N\e.
Tra.I vled P Morton,. Senator ltliu
lO ad O'lcar Straut. thexi- e'ro
a i0 of Cammerne and ltaior aho ali IeI
ioo be appoI ted aiubassador to Ja
man
Dr. Dleorat'* views are of add,-d
laportisae ble-auas they ar. haritrili
approved by the et aM-ltioIn fur intr-
ati l I uillatioi SI e alli te 1Iu0 loi
Sour r latioii Ihttihthhr Orielint Uof
oly psasilg uowuiGit bult i1 the other
aMd oso of the bialgrat tliues before
s Awritcan people
*"Tiere is no world problem that
Seam up so large a" the coiulng r-elA
s bi lbetwoe th EaZmt and the Wrlt
&t says. "It is abu te all awid be.oind


all the greatest problem that ever con
fronted the human race. It affet-t, a-
no other problem e ve.r ha, the' action.
of governments and of the litoolh
under those governments. And the
burden of the solution of this prob-
lem, so far as the West is concerned.
must fall mainly upon the United
States.
"In helping on the right and right
eous solutloo of thb many) problems
that arise from the coming together
of the great East and the great West.
I desire to submit Just one line of
practical aid in knowing and uuder-
standing one another. It is by knuw-
tag the other's language. One can
faintly Imagine the fearful responld-
bllfty of li Kamon no Kami. the Pr.-
mier of the Shogunate. when Coniimm-
dore Perry came. He had to make.
some kind of a huuiliatiing tIr aty
with those 'Western barbarians' of
whose language and Inteutions he'
could know nothing. or el..e iiiul ie
his country in a disas<>rou ^ uar
"It is Junt thll, \ast uxgu.- biarrier
that exists betIe'-n the. F.ant and lthi
W'et. and that constitute* a standing
1lw il l ,ltai tra.n of the oti. lr .- ll'ei
L iage lit i< .are CtI Iililioric ,1 :1. l
zationus t dtli tli r 1.t IHlitt el cc
religious e'vwuluhtii l al4d il ti l. i.i
g,. S il ( U-'Oiii d, n le ,i li. 11 'ie i ,'to I.
otlh r 'flt e ii, illioi ei. ai, :. i i i- n r ,
hial I. Ite i l tl r i L I1i I ill- t i .-1.
Il ti lt < i a tie i ,ll ;, e i, il l iic I'. iC + i
inist-.liia r acshi l i la In 1li' 1 l .ial ui
ftie |li l


S ( l4 1 .I '.ll li l l il. l I l illl i 1. 1 \ .
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hi 'e a r' Iad ll ill aii d '-e-i'i'eei I, .i .t
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Illl n i atlai i h lar. ar,'e fi i lit i ,llac .11 l 1 .l .
t(h aiiie-il. r a Ii t lo go ii r,. e i old m'- i, r ili I
Wit tih t a i|g ,eK I %.Ar tihill tice,' 'A i ciI
lhas ete r srt.i ii. Iihat 'aIil l iiak It..
eartib il lin i tlal il, I" l t thc >< 1 i
loss iid 1he' stbites
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TE DAILY SU: GAINusILLS ILORIDa, MARCH t, 1909


OM S M WOMP MA0D A
SMALL, AIN Y MITKODAY.

Nomnsm Hna Ap(n pealad the
~ Vglls seo Ne w Has
Over a Mlline.

A very seood vote was poled In the
l- m teslt yesterday. but the pool-
tim of the three haMIig esmaildtess re.

Soanwles s the vote:
M' rtol MbM eett.......I4.s.76
3 0 s0dbom Dupree.* ..... 1.214.76
S OMOM MOS etdty.... 1,A.1AO


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GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


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AMUSEMENTS


sitted to Materiasze.
Feor ot.m r#.a.tn ;: *.. i..t i. h i *' "l:
ArtIona" Compatvy failed to :1(l tih Ir
date here y-ete.rda).
Wills Musieal Comedy Co.
The popular Willn .Musieal Co(medy
Company are booked for a three-
nights engatiement and Saturday
,,.ainee at the Ilaird Theatre begin-
ning Thursday. March lth. "A trip
*o At!antic Clt. ill 1,.C Ite offering
'he oip ninE nslht.
The Atlanta Constitution says of
this company: "The plays are very
funny and original. They please both
young and old. and you get your
money's worth."

Electric Theatre.
Tomlght and Saturday night are the
last chances to bear the traveler. John
maor.'a hia wonderful. vivid descrip.
ties of sted places and events, all
lastrated prof tely by photographs
takes eO thae seea by himself.
Meo who has heard him but wilt
aelmawledge that be isa most later-
esta. lastrweive speaker sad that
his views of every subject are of the
amet eharaeter.
Omblaed with the s alm fne exhl-
Mam of moving pictures, the Electric
Thete gives me of the finest even-
ig eaerta-lamd- that can be found
saywbere, making no exception.

P1ls CAUmS MUCH DAMAL

eperty West of the City Saved After
Hard Figt.
Parties residing west of the city
state that forest fires caused much
damage to fencing around the places
of D. J. Richbourg. Sam Miller and
otAers near Dayvllle.
Some unknown person set the woods
on ire and before these people knew
of the fre it was upon them and their
fees were destroyed. In the case
of Sm Miller, his house was only
saved by the heroic work of neighbors
aad friends. MIUhr is a hard-working
negro of that secUon and he feels his
loss considerably. No damage was
done to Mr. RIchbourg's lprol'rty ex-
cept the lo s of considerable fencing.


OBITUARY.


Mrs. S. A. Turner. who died in
North Gaianeille on March 6. war.
the wife of W. J. Turner. She ,a!-
born in P'laden county. N C.. In 1::'4.
She was 75 yearn old and her ht i Land
is now In his 8lbth year. Earl) Thurs-
day morning she got up and wa nt i int
the lot to see.about her chichket-i. vhi t,
shb returned to the house nnd cooked
breakfast. She returned to the lot af
ter breakfast and on her way back
to the house fell against the door-
steps, striking the left side of her
head against one of the steps. At 8
o'clock Dr. Hodges was summoned,
who at once realized that she was
past all hopes of medical aid. as the
fall had ruptured a blood vessel In her
head. Mrs. Turner only spoke a few
word to her husband after she fell.
being unconscious during the entire
two days she survived.
The funeral was preached last Sun-
day afternoon and her remains were
followed to the cemetery by a large
number of sorrowing friends.
Besides her husband deceased
leaves .i..en children, all of a iha are
absent from home She ans. a moxt
kind hearted anoa n and was gr-ea.ly
beloved by all who kne.a her

Wormology.
Should be studied by elery parent
If your child i ni.ersomhi fretful. tart,
in It's ttle p. is pI, i. > f. i*-d. ,I.a- risg
under it* e t s% alw;at .N i 1- I.u r.
if not KgaiIaaIIb g tltit. "M 4 111 1bt ,f
th e' tr ,uil ,e is t r n. %, \\ t ;i. ,' ( 'i, .m .,
V'triilia I!' [. li1 a li uet t' ( .,: t tr
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Old Darkey in Scricus Condition.
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Existence


Long Time-So Has Indigestlo

Human nature is hard to solve. People who are most particular about al.
ing the weight of their wearing apparel to the season nd its conditions, whoei
think of going out in a storm without an umbrella and rubbers, who wouUs
sit in a draft, will day after day cat lard-soaked food and not realize for an iat
that it is clogging their whole inner machinery. Lard is produced from -nal
sometimes impure, always indigestible. Cottoline is the only rational fryia -
shortening medium in the world. It is made from refined vegetable oil and
thing about it is digestible and conducive to health. ,,
It will make pure, palatable, healthful food, and food which anyone c"a
and enjoy without the after-pangs of a disordered stomach.


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Never Sold In Bulk Caft e Is aed In pa l with an air.
tOct top tok it clean, fash and whole-
some, and prevent it from catching de a aabsorbiag disagreeable
edors, such as fah, oil, etc.
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Made only by THE N. K. PAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny SoutV



WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Dissolutleon of Copartnership. Some arUticle that is
The firm of the Gainesville Foundry war" at your boms 1o
Head Camp lets Officers and Ad- & Machine Works was this day dia. Used. be sold to som en i
jourm Sin Die. solved by mutual consent. W. B. Iusly looking r .
CHARLOTTE. N. C.. March 11.- Durat having purchased the Interest -
Head Camp W, Woodmen of the World., of A. M. Larsen. All bills due sa!,' you h bae foun
adjourned its busine-. ie.omiun yebt.r- firm are payable to W. B. Durst. who avtod iL
day afternoon. assume all liabilities of the same.


At the ses.lon yesterday n'ornin.r
officers were elected as follows:
Head Consul- W. 8. Charles of Char-
lotte, by acclamation.
Head Adviser-H. C. V. Peebles of
Kinston.
Head llanker-G. F. Wise of Salls-
bury.
lead Clerk-L. A. Windley of Tren-
ton.
Head Escort-J. W. Fleet of Wil-
mington.
Head Watchman- 1)r. P. F Louge-
nour of Statesvill,..
Head Secretary-W. T. Clarke of
Morgan ton.
Head Managers-WV A Short. chair-
man, of Matthew,. .1. 1. Janes of
tlenders)tonille; E (; Sipher of Lum-
x-.rton; (;,eorgte A i'age of Charlotte;
W. C. Prank of Ashe'ille.
Preo Itvie )rte'r leRoy A. Smith of
Sali-bur r

Mason Wants Sun-Shine.
The many friend of Geo. F. Mason
and family will be pleaded to learn
that they are now pleasantly located
In the State of Oklahoma and like
their new home immensely. In a let-
ter to The Sun Mr. Mason states that
they cannot get along well without
Just a little' of the Gailntesil'l Sun-1
shine and enclos'is another "a heel"
for renewal. They are located In the
ton i of wV alone r


What Parisian Sale

Do or Money Back


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('ure' danldruff ini
tVALo h4I,-
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0low paciiaae -J WVSi"e IltALA C la UIt fr Vt.,toa d Urjg.I.,n)t.


A W.1 L\%RSEN.
W P. DI'RRT
Gainesville. Fla.. March 6. 1909.

Race Suiclide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths among in-
fants are. light out of ten of these
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Ilaby
Elixir cures diarrhoea. d.vsentar..
sour stomach and all iifaf.t aMianv nt-
if thi nature. Jt~t the' t|iing for
. thing l;;ali.vs. l'r.* 1.' and ".'.li ( :
ottIle. ,Sold by W. M.. Johnoun.

Parties hain obh Ipriuting )r:e at
The Sun otlice are entit-ld to one
vote in the Itush & Safford Piaeno Conz
test for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget this when in ueed
of printed stationery. Read the ad-
vertisement giving particulars re-
garding the contest and vote for the
lady of your cn04cw


Isn't there something which only a
want ad. can do for you today


KEE-P POOh

Ou DL IAILY REAL
TATlE VIULLETIN b
ular with ltankersi
11 V' A 411 ~ ii I I vestors S'U
0.-ae le spo
feill 1 l %() VOU i k


fq aItel


F>itt' Whrat is


I i r I.-.ITr.' .ks age

-'*e ,not tae d o
IR. t~r...'-%:th' .at our MOWa


ALACHUA Cclii

ABSTRACT CM


HERE'S YOUR CHAiI
ORDER BY MAIL


Largest Stock of Men's

IN 'THE'*: E*N'rTIR1{: '(1il


N J\\' 4 'ivi:i:~:i


GREATLY REDUCED PRIG


Suits, Overcoats and Raince


$10.00 to S13.50 $15.00 to $18 00 $2000"1 s


VALUES


$6.95


VALUES


$10.00


I$15.1


B. H. LEVY, BRO. & I
hAVAHAU, UEitullk-i


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TIIH EDAIY S: (AISV.II. FL4RIIOA, MARCH 12. 1919


IN THE


a RVEn.


Sm Way Through

tA.Srink-

t II.-With the
s i nday night's
- ebg in the tall
Sorm which last
AUb ba and South
sit in motion a
IMf the latter two
b Was ten last night.
a Cuthbert, Ga.,
0 and two negroes
Ala.. the lat-
e high waters fol-
.-i7 aml for the past

r Ou = Mj got into
with the
sl mt word that a
ggg l miles of tim-
valuable property
bumdis destroying
homes and seri-
7 y-C man and a


h~ M*rted the damage
m1,4. and Mayor D.
o ig-m as appeal for
d& doe main business
v a demolished.
4p Depot street was
) thde street with
i thibers. Homeless
S through the town
I hausebold possessions
1 had scattered for

g d at Montgomery are
n years old; Thomas
I years; unidenti-


Asks Aid.
A. March 11.-Mayor
b I o essed an appeal
I 61dim statement he
I6 veato wrought ,by
Mi-ay alght; places the
at sand says over

*--*l et-m~
a Msmtgsmery.
AL. Mah II.-
lwe drowned yesterday
yiver here in the ris-
p I followed Tuesday
Ill-edo from a ferry. A
-everturned by being
-as-Nbmerged ferry aire.
* -


WI Net the Gheat.
Omet had a tghot so
t they sent for dete--
tSmE eo late at night
h I chair. Tihe Iidy of
41u to come into the
"t rts!xt the Itfillpta '
ftd lttl heir L. s.. .~Sh
gh'%t I4-f .et. It i'
11 Wm lon. I 'dt the. ,
4 and c-ulad h:irdl I I
il e thie li e l id i t
I whbll,. to trlii, hbI
ld be withdrew iT, d,1it
blb U- wa (t re allmv the
11 k4oang in nrl 'ut ir.,.-
UI S been 'a4t ,I: tiw
lhous es a4:iz..u
ll I-Lmodon Ne%.

frag4.Ad and America.
I* betwlrn the l4il1
I 000 IfLin S-Ind atd
1 a l p t sa d to, 111 1
'6 t aglish. in the
Ob tect i slmnuot Cu
tW0Immeitdiatie fit
.I.. t-s for the work
1."ft to do In England
ts^ smt e Is to Etbeasure
d do the work will
V -ato I From
Of E ngland." by A

*S*061"tl"r1lY Pe.'-udirced
!"e" or t .II .' .


oei cf tfe


wfa v I, II


loth liielt

oftld
I oft li l 'l '
hINMoask*


I Ci. It.


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avis


100 Per Cent Pure


Paint


I S IlE ST.


WHY?
IIecatise it wvtar~ 1iliiger ;I!l
covers mkore ixtu je"~. If y.'i
wi'uit the whiit4-,t of whuitt.
painits, try D~avis'.


MIII *MRE LEA

KEm uMn." Vim


494CLAC


1uiP Prieu Suiss


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I am a candidate for City Marshal,
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effi-
ciently, night and day, and my record
is open for inspection.
If my service during the past year-
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order,
IIEN 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. 190. I respectfu&ly solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHAS. C. WARREN.

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the ofce of City Mar-
h lli t,, t.. ,ft..O for at the el',cti n,
on April 13, 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. r-
re lpctie of party affiliation.


FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
Ce h., V e. I. oef !he' ti ei ( v'



% ill ''4m: l: (



m4i live-itiz ure a' s littL~at time, trectij
~tlit tI.* c)~tr $eeee Cegl mm to &J~ er -Wll~ee~
%k I *. t to.id tre ella rtult~im A feel thil"
4. 4I o .r leta t (J :lt l -li i~h
e(it lt ee- ''V :.lN I ',,ellt A

I ie o h V~iet r r e'( ;a ,. ,e* \'1!!

lte-ito 1' ej r, .-4j e4 11 i-m le c ll it Ce
I T ~ % o'. oi-eel Ii t it .r toeo

aiil te w~ Ie~~r ~: A~ i


C(iii tIe ~


THREE OF THIEVES

ARE NOW LANDED


I ,


Mine o n the Corner.
"Those men." said Sherleu-k Holmes.
"are' colliers. You can tell It by- their
attitnde."
The men. ver clean In white shirts
and litae-k orerftats, squatted (on their
herls con a sunny corner.
-An% other nmen." continued IHolmes.
*'we.ubeld se-itnet. Tlht'-T would leanti n..uiiat

the t'i:- ii-, PI it tht--c ze nfl. Inithe
eI-w -,i.e'orl.es cr itm~ ~iJE setof ee.I Imines..
feet ho'i t. f set at-e v.riu'? n rk sentedI
qji tl,.'.r ieeel'- eUt1wivii- as Vue say.
Ae!i !et'1Y4 sI-wheli'L ld 'hiv, uetild b-
roijw a ioleriure t, '%-ni or f,.- in 1M'e
flhril~e.c.ist'' tth~ i.free ,iI-,:U'll. t
':*tr:' eird -'~ ir, It k their

their te.', *',4 v 1'. t %-u'~
i gvn IeP ti. I t er Ie:w r. '1. 1.r1

Psress..

A Svvollen Jaw
I- L. e t ? V fj *eart' O th r
it'- c*au ci 1 !. ~& e t I --.
'iec(I(letit. IBeiIaril -; 'Si,,e" IL:iO 1:':At %%.ill
..I', t!,- ,%%o e hug id i o- eA e ti e.
1*ho ile'gre-aat t uu tui 'Ue 'ire! ftir
Hit utniat i- iu, vu t ,4,buriai. brulicse
' aid any- and all ar'he'b and jealna.
I',d ) VW M. .johni-oen


GOod Reason Why.
The Wri i Ah lii. r E'.tia
I!;iln t \ I t i tlt..t : ,w .i.
. \# r i -4 .I a ir i f r i.'1' I'

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IILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.


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BROUGHT FROM HIGH SPRINGS
ON LARCENY CHARGE.

About Three Hurdred Dollars Worth
of Stolen Goods Recovered from
an Old Hollow Log.

Deputy Sh. riff S. P. Thoman. of
i lgh ISpring. on Thur.-davy brought
here three of theIS tnegroew- h who are
charged with ha iing .nt.red Ithl tore
of I M I. (;rad on Mondlay night
The ne.cr..e* ar.- John Mallor'. lio'n
ry S 1a1i(on and G .o. Jones., o111 fof
th, n In.iiiK cazptirtrd at High SIprings
ated th- other tawo at I.l'e Oak.
They Ter.- taken before Jusitire M.
A. lexIey and gi en a lrelhIinar%
hearing. the e- dence being sufficient
to hold then to await4the action of
the circuit <( ut. *
About $3em worth of the stolen
goods have been recover,'d. the great-
vr part of them being found In an old
,hollow tree near Live Oak, where the
thieves had secreted them. They.
were discovered In the act of selling
the suits, which led to their arrest.
At Live Oak they were offering the
best $25 suits for only $3 each. and
this aroused the suspicion of the par-
ties they were being offered to and
in this way the officers caught on and
soon had two of the gang in hand.
It is thought that there are still sev-
eral more in the crowd and every ef-
fort is being made to locate and catch
them. two white men having been men-
tioned as being connected with the
crew that did the work.

Hew's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
his business transactions, and finan-
cially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by his firm.
WADING. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price. 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
*t*m.


hiiGH-GRADE VEGETABLE


W. H. F..'XON SEED CCJPANT


SChwalsu, IC.


JO(RDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


OAINESVil. 12-FLOWD


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Life and Acc~ident "*"lmld


You Can Be Carried Away


tO f


tell4)1 st-a le'd'''$~ ll titit'.'to S1~iuch n eXtt' ilt a
C el e:ej ;~ftit m4 ~to your fainiily i n tI hit'-ilant ter
4of i lI istrantee 1lllt.SA W~O
111:1Y like the. liberty of


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THE DUTTON BANK
(0AIMtN'VILLK, FL ORIDA


SThe GreatIIt vent of the Yer -

Spring Musical Femtiv&al
J'L -uu.-IN, Fb, J$I IfSit ad 26

NEW TOK SITmNNT IIESM--
C('omnited h the Famos Interpreter of the World'
Master Mticians, WALTER


Aristucd by GnPtaf Holmqnist, bmno; Red Miller, teor; Mis. Cemri
I Ritder-Kelbey, soprano; Nevada van dir Veer, alto.
FOURt CONCERTS-Monday matinee, ochtWal; Monday might, dKl.
laneoo; Temdlay matinee, Artita' obsemt; Twmdt alght, Craorio, *"TE
CREATION," with the'Jacksornille (hMoral Society 0 20 trained velm mI
New York Symphony Orehestm ad soloits. 81ASON TICKrTI $5. Ma.
application now. eats maerrvd in rotation. Addem sad mahe lwem payb
T. T. ELT.EK Imh ,u ----F


'UPcVNIrI







Wrill for Prison$ m, WEG h

LLCMSKUI
S" we st ft 8
JACKSIONVULR9 FLA.


It pays die farmer to plant only the bei. It' a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

Our SeedsR Hav Ue RepMtati.at k l mM M hn M IU.
11. 'i < i .'I... 'i t; v ,rEl.-rv foir 'eas an I otl-er m oraonale leds. We
- --- w.i .. w1..(t to -,iil you irice< on nrtuqt.


The Pay-4aeles Visible.


SEEB8


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BAIL
P SEWAS


M" a W.


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-Uv o w o lip
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ow Iwo& son meo ~
on ay IIa ~a" rem
ad ORssmok O-Ms *a3.
INS "MEusiwb& Ass
*I* ow a 1.Stron are

1~ ~6" Istion wo
6 9eie to aved
a" &ftv. oft of you
*9 snwuL Towma do

so sotie psMA very plus
warn behsW dddy rm
tow sovsl, hawkbv au.d
I% oes w owa cowplsta'
behal. stsOnly $1.0.
U;:hM & Colo.. corner V.


i act
At W. OWSOLLUM C04L



low pumae
9~ wifta"m
LMSIGSWU. FLA-


We Sell






the 9 It dosmewt giv sot-
hiact dism we vIR return the
satire amount of mony paid
as for ft.
We ask anthose whomw
modm ar uvouu4 debbWi
%t4 ;ged or weak, mgd



w~ th uaderebuffidf
We.L m kla


man** ly Wdu with the
reielk be b bboad


WhVs ur-aM a the InsIhorough
ftvr between Tapsa Mad Salphur
~pr Tusamy after.om a party of
waSml d mur from tthe TapS
My ware herr i bto e the body at
a m awibengiu distly over the wa-



ut W M i s ely himself to lame.
per ipspe Im bie shupOMAN hbe
B f i a r. aIf
/ i
) A eqir M Mpuass

daos de mrir Ot day as he am
wMb a peat ebl" Ibbe tape, siok-
s so e.Me pafs, p s iwef eyark.
am" withM r mqasw lais. T
Oa theMe d4M with a plage of
-- md ae irm eatW't desedamsb
*M m Wr lagIoe iew ha a

m e war os adt te f era
aJm to hr jet aer mmer. to hen

o e dta to ea r thakt ns'
msNot dS a ot osle al but all-











aaty MtsMaed fMt tl dr lombaads
SBor a le- way o aughed.
she a adli Is orM beIsee." d
e p a1 vi e toM tY club to p



b b. b thdb-U-law, b y know."

k1 tarsk I em heat th t" reat t







MW. Gray. OW W mWawa ue81r'0 qar-
a B wrstoas a e ad ben er to his nkw
them r y va. betTh ter entomple
ta eippid o to the Aie that a mans
serv at dM at appriste himy but all
sty maotalr med that therad hs oands





An normal vosoe away or anothd.e lt
Mm, Bek. "Fo batance., h will
give up his visit to the club to play




ja aatrsh with my old m the ero-
shis ot--law you know."
"I thiak I ea beat that." remarked
Mm. Gray. "Whon my lhlnser's quar-

of looking at the Items."
"I tau give you a better example
Whits "Whom the morning paper
eenes at breakfast time my usbasud
always ofers me the Arst reading of
An Informal vote awarded the last
speaker's bustead the awedal for her o
lam-Touth's Comlauloa.
Lavers


Of good health should prevent sick
esa Iastead of lettinUa themselves get
sick and thea try to cure It. 8o long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stmach In a healthy and active con
ditlon you won't get Mick Itallard'a
Herbine relievem couutillation. liselu
liver and all ilomiah and be )l trou
bless. Hold by W'I M Johon
Then He Was PFired.
Edlter (t. uslpirliag rlter Y .1
sht uld writ. o. iI. atI I l ii. mo I- '.'
SU uitl< r (io tl t, 1it i % 1is .111 *
i| runtil \ % il % ,t I frl r i > |,f i
rT.il|h dl. t ),'in >2 .1l i i.t.l


CAPUDINK for -THAT HEADACHE."
(Jut Lit~t night ittil, tr a d tt r
outs thba nacrwi ,4 1l44
ju t is itiice 111 t ) ft .%_u 1.a .
VI, i~r J, th 1' L d I I A It tier!
jTry It. At drug store&.


NOTICE OF ELECTION.


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to


Suit

ineivikt Furniture Co.
aainesville, Plorida.



Breads, Cakes and

Pies ,,


''II


TELEPHONE


Under and by virtue of the m)o, r
and authority %o sted In me as ma .>r
of the City of Galneisvllle. Florida. I
hereby call an electlIm to bt- holhl in
said City on
Tuesday, the 13th Day of April, 1909,
for the purpose of electing the follow-
Ing officers for the Maid City to serve
for the periods set out herein, tow't;
One Mayor, one Marshal. one Clerk
and Treasurer, one Tax Collector, one
Tax Assessor. each to hold office for
a period of one year and until thi ir
successors are elected and qualified.
rour Aldermen. each to serve for a
period of two years from the date of
their election.
One Member of the Board of Pub.
lie Works to serve for the term of
five years.
The polling place for the said elec-
tion hall be In the rear of the mu-
alelpal building on East Main and
Masomle streets.
The polls shall ope at 8 a. m. and
close at sadou of said day.
A. J. DaCosta. D. A. RJoertson.
aad A. K. Taylor are hereby appointed
Iaspe tqrs Wad J. D. Adamaom clerk
of Sam election.
Witeas my hbad and seal of said
city of Gealaesle. Florida, th" the
19th day of March, I..
HORATIO DAVIS. Mayor.
Attest: J. X. DELL, City Clerk.
S-i ...Remedy e*r Lagripe.
they y develop ateo peumo
la. Poley's Homey and Tar not only
At Us the couh but hea a stresth-
ems the lh so that so serious re-
walt aeed be feared. The gomulae
Foldys Homey a d Tar cootaans no
harmful dru and tIs a a yellow pack-
ag. .Refae ubUtittea. J. W. M e
Codaim & Co
Io Wm haft brg ad 491.11111


YTH DAILY 811S: fATINAVlLL,. FLORIDA, MARC'I 12. 1909


operating In various sections of a
country, are uniform in their equM,
meant and in their methods of eoae
.ting.
Only by reason of this close tra
arrangement between the Sell Toe.
phone companies is it possible to go to
a bell Telephone almost anywhe%.
ask for "Leeg Distance" and be put i
communication with almost any palat
in the country.
This vast network of wires, rdM
Ing throughout the nation, l aad
daily In commerce and for social ps
poe by the banker, the farmer aN
citiaena In all walks of life and eMr
plant here lo an Important link la this
eat shain.


Southern BeE Telephone


and Telegraph Company


Udui ob now


G. S. Merchant & Co.
Asletoe mal Jibbme la

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH D9 SQUARE -*- UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
Highest maAMt ple, paid ftr Chiekens, Eggs and etW-W Prednus
A Ompleto teet o HBay. Oat, wee, rnom. BmsLe. OCem
ed MNeml ad Rye We Obame o#ly the Vwy *enIt ooe
atM IuatuheeO ud rgemmd /es mbnm ml as.



Ti CM M L MT K INMTE M 11, IMN

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST

5 VOTES





This Coupon may be cast at The faun ofi'l or at either of the torW coe -
meted with the cotest. NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 11, 1900


"That Which Is Worth Hai
.WmbII/L AJ....Ls::--- r_.


W ouln ueirusin rOr
The old adage that what is worth having ii
ing for if still true-true of the more intricate
The thing you want-whether it is a usec
home, whether it is a ready.made business or a
book-is obtained readily through advertising
difficulty, or not at all, through other means.
MR= N-f--f M AtAt.--------- ftAft- --Aft- ---


ring Is



i worth ask.
life of today.
Piano ora
lost pocket-
, and with


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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


TALKS


The Lmq Distance System


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One of the meet valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the ether as.
sedlated Sell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
ditanee lines In the seven States In
which we operate and In addition can
eonnect any telephone In our system
with lines extending to any other city
ia which a Bell Telephone system is
opoaled.
These long distance mlaes are of the
meet modern and Imprmoved entarue-
tion and aore maintained at a high
stat of eofflenwy. The Sefl syatoms.


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I^Sd *nry Modsay *ad
qviBI UUaa E es.
arr ti the city. or
goodSteates*.** rta







-aI IwsB mon se and
Sll he amde of the




all tosews of Te
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ag washy reading and
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SN000 to carry Ten-

gr rt9c t keep the


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of Monti-


alld Jeferson Davis
b art-a his private sec-
i hms was twice a
Ip t smat to Congress
SWr. ays.


c mrn. 9 t" '* if 'u n ii-
ki il ,- ;iia d il- t r i v !' n nl la ,il -e ,1llin. ill l i n-A it w ,,- I[
Bal\.intaTo. nmip or tml iTi' -;ir' tio k ,
"I')h. I' th p< 1fri'orl' we :Alth Annuiallv hIm i ingi t ,t -
.l: il of li f for li fal::i!' I l '.
I a"i fork iig stolk' will riiln a '
fiarii. r.
W e', have timil l~inietl the (ill\ <'Tr ,l
entering large ly linto conliiri|pti. n.
wheat, that cannot he abuhminntlh Itr
duced In Alachua county. In laun c r:i
oats. rye. rice,. ugar cane. peas. vl~e#t
bans. potatoes. and all roots and
vegetables can hl ralis'-l in th.' gr. ait
est profusion for home consiumptlonr
So can stocks of kine'. sa ine, mules
horse, sheep and goats be reared in
as large ntimnbers ns n(f "essity may
demand. Con,. for menl nn>l h loi;!n
oots for neal and stock f.,el. tri,. su
gar, syrupi and tobacco can he pre(
diced In quantities en any g.xod (.
fertilized land. giving a large excess
for Pale above home use. From this
revenue the planter can supply him
self with flour, coffee and many luxu
ries. Peas, velvet beans. peanuts. po
tatoes, pumpkins, etc.. may fatten
much more meat than can be consume
ed.
When the farmer shall have set out
In earnest to make his occupation self-
sustaining and Independent of the fatal
credit system, he will be sure to make
all the bread, except flour, and all the
meat, sugar and syrup needful for his
family and employees, and all the
provender for his work animals, on his
own land. Then he will be prepared
to draw all the money he tan out
of cotton. With this and surplusage
of other field crops, supplemented by
sales of butter, eggs. lard, poultry.
fruits, vegetables, etc.. he can Improve
his surroundings, purchase whatever
else he may require, and live as inde-
pendent as a lord. But he will al-
ways be poor. always harassed and
crippled with debt, die a miserable
man, and leave his family In poverty.
If he continues to reverse the rule of
common sense, neglect the raising of
early supplies, and plants principally


sga- cotton as te sale
f Taie of Gainesville he expects to pay a
jlIM s still in exist- thing his family, en
ll aything to adver- stock annually cons
W is the time to get road to want some I
Oaterlptlve of the wiser men shun it.
r circulation next -
SYe IM Rip Van Win. DID PRESIDENT 1

____ Did President Ta
Of lawyer Meeks, In pointing a banker I
trial at Nashville. Navy? Has he falle
IL PMtrhurg Independ- from the horrible ex
p1 haim to bill an editor ceding adminiatrst
tie eSitor. "80." Of th last six
lt -sat to grant them navy Ave have been
ftab gSame laws and yers. Under their
0o the open.season. millions of dollars
have been wasted.
11 i1esas1 men of Tampa of the heads of our
M fiorelgn horses in colosbal as to attract
bmft l them say the book- practically the enti
all 01ly the bulk of the European military
ithue by people who peatedly pointed out
l lOs, but a good deal money appropriated
Sh11m1 people. A race used to build polit
11g111 is permitted is not instead of battleship
4*1OW the moral or flnan- Critics of the sys
WawB. Money made methods of our na
g Well *d for the ma- States bs well as a
of the place. ti(ally agreed that i
of the wastefulness
Of 9XPERlIENCE. imen at the head o
jhas been a la.-rt
SWi arl but wise master, the least knio lI 'dg
d tClxcrlence is a dear Promliinint naval inlv
61ad experience ought Taft would not fin(
ei the education of hi.s lpre-dece'sor did.
ago. That diversity appoint a man Aithi
Secure them a c('n- age know li.dg,- of i
lb lad lesson that bat to take ('harge ofi
SUthem every year in navy. It is ipoliit-
"""iillB udustriouu plant- uuiMt.br of goodl ni,
40"ls a subordinated. crorp that are familiar Al
0"1o be hi in a conditioni he. could halv ofl.
po n the ltar pret'- -.iite.rilgK the rank. oi
r bhanId, those who 'e-rsm Althcough man
b Ati the leie.'aril,.' i.ffic.r. ; iha x m ili l aue a111 Oiln e're dit ,i Nair T.Lft actrih
t wi hto P ) > th. (il HUT ai t li ll 1, r i% illilli i
1W i lth c'rusiil,1 1 l14 l, 1,.-l.H. 1. 1..k ill
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crop out of wnicn
advances for every-
mployees and farm
iume. This is the
have traveled. Let


rAFT BLUNDER?


ift blunder in
Secretary of


ap-
the


ed to take a lesson
A pies of the pre-

secretariea of the
i bankers and law-
r administrations
of public mosey
The extravagance
navy has been so
:t the attention of
Ire outside world.
journals have re-
t that much of the
I for the navy is
tical organizations
ps.
item and business
vy, in the United
broad, have prac-
the cause of much
has been that the
of the department
or banker without
o(Of naval matters.
nii ho p-d P'rlesident
d the sani pitfall
but that he -'ould
i at least amn avier-
natal coniytruction
our tilllon dollar
i out there are a
t>- in the counmtr)
lih ithe- itay that
t.d front a without
if iikeir-. and laa.
i |jromiitliet-nl in: -val
t. i t i,. li li- ,gui-'t
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yard and $131 61 at another. while theklo
same kind of chest, but to contain IMF ,UMP sees as
only F.) gallon, cost at onre yard
$5.22. and at another $120. And
IV) Oil n

How (an any person risk Ltaking A r ala
Mnme unknown cough remedy wh-n Air Line Railw ay
Pol. 's i oneyY and Tar costs them nio L I" 'i WarfM _a Lanipi il liams nd P C. D*aMe- .emu


n.ru* it ie a nafe rvume'dy. cositalimm
l~~110 harmful drugs, and c'mre's the mnont
,t i i~ieCol.ighim.alld rejlds Why e v x
1--rin rmttA %Ith 3your'health ? Imsi,.t
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(itui\ aa bo 't to th Sjl iof th g am tim


*llargitig th I dry 111 l d k i W im e1 e il
ig t hle, .arrd i her' ship i re oai r- ar.
S ladl'. It de* I uot reqitlure]' I mI ill
Jin0I. for .(al and. ti lr untio n for th
-hips. nor #,#n for the salari,4 and
f-Ad of the nwen and officers.
Pay lnspfictor Nludd has Just made
a report to the Secretary of the Naiv
which shown where the money goes. t w
A large sum goes to yards that are al-
most unless. With the exception of m r. L... Tem
New York, Newport News and one or a dB O d ....
two others. the yards have not enough liw f A aht e Cod "A I801i"Ll7 6 G
water in the haribrs which aiiroth w M'b I e bb" Mlil db lAIdeb S It Ie S I a

. ,hips now making up the fighting as-- I
strength of the navy; and if ships Itada, rT mmt bl 0I
could get up to the yards, the docks I5 *S
they would find there are too small CUM IT .i A @
to take them. 3Wi1llU I a 1*
What do these yards do then? Pay *
Inspector Mudd found at least part of .A.l A0 66, i- ow
the answer. They are all busily en- d b d #Twe I Id1
gaged in distributing money to the ow f ll lfsmheG Idl l I
constituents of certain Senators into dgm w oah"ma e
whose home States they are maintain- TAM |W | NO
Ped. The chief beneficiaries of these

can public, but the friends of Senators
Hale. Gallifer, Perkins, MeEnery and
Smith of Maryland. 6* ap
All kinds of ship stores are manu-
factured at the yards. But the answer
to where the money goes is found I l
the cost of this manufacture. It oe- J O TS O T
curred to Pay Inspector Mudd to make
some comparisons between the cost of
articles manufactured at the different
yards. The following extracts from A
yard"and" ampa-"at aet Taffiia OJacksonville R.aiI'y
the Mudd report tell their own story:
"A 16-foot dingey cost $104.17 at one
yard and $196.4 at another-pretty
close to twice as much. it will be ob-
served. A 20-foot dingey cost $217.89 FIPROTIVI DUO. IC, l.
at one yard, and. $32.44 at another.
A 30-foot gig whale boat cost $509.38 Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, FairU eld and lo-
at on yard. and the same kind of boat a pointsS outh...................... 10:10 s
for the same wad of service asi tard
ed out at another yard for the eupbonRtmning, arriveOainesville .... ............. 04:2 pm
lons sum of $888.80. A 30-foot whale
boat cost $559.79 at one yard and Leave Gainesville for Sam peon City, Pl
$740 at another. A 14-foot punt cost Lake City, Valdost, alnd al points North 6:00 pm
$3.73 at one yard and $9.12 at Re ing, ve I l le* 9:|3 pa
another. a
Awning stanchions were $1.50 at
one yard and $3.50 at another. Rud- A. L Glas, Gm $@ L E. w, Trl l lr.
ders were $6 at one yard and $10 at
another. A tiUer was $1 at one yard




gears, knives. rollers, and other tbl
a the a oewer. Only the other "ay T
the writer bought over the retail co t.
ter. for his own use, a pick handle. It i Lv. Jdiso .. ....... ................A*
is a handeme piece ofnlshed work A. a .... .............. ..........A.. G L
of its kind, made of hickory; it eat Lv. a ........................................ Q. 2 aa
20 cents. Cut It In half, and With a Ar. Amsim................................... *. b. &U U
little whittling It would make two ae Ar. C n .................................. of E a
tillers. of 7. a .
"Turning to furniture: A mahogany ..................................... d 33I am
desk for a cabin cost $13.76 at one Lr. Sarea ui................................. CalI. 2 pM
yard. while at another, one made for a Ar. Heblya....... ............****.....***M. i 1. PM
sister ship. cost $190. An oak desk Ar. ................................... iL Iu =
Ar. Jad ..................................... C- 9 pl.m
cost $11207 at one yard and 6163.30 Ar. g a ......................................G. i .I a
at another. Toilet racks for officers' Ar. jCar l .................................... Cat. & e
rooms, of which there are more thin At. i .................................... Cat. 4 I
404 made for earh pbha cot Ar. MAS W..................................." .c". S32 l m as
$14641 at one yard. whe at another Ar. a .................................. Cs. .3 aI
exactly the same article was turned Ar. Kakahes................................... C* am
out for the neat round sum of 820 Ar. Cicap..................................... Ca. MS a i
"A chopping block, a simple and e_ ^__ .._T
imroslic article of ship' .quilpae. cout Grl S Sm* s c. rlls l -oG*M
$3 at one yard and I$s at another A 1. 1 -lA.W HUT D. P. A. m W.
meat block coat $4 at one yard and 9k.laiinfa. a La A
$10 at another. An alcohol cheat, to -
hold 73 gallons. coht $71 23 at one.


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A110313! AT LAW.


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ow amrnamauoed). boph Mei,I
amd .UU. mA lu. lu
sis or form. 1A
J. A. CAILMSL,
A?11O1IIIY AT LAW
And Soleikor in IQUlty
M1O'SaSM., Cworn.ane lag and OUsa
MWl Piastes..All business ouR13
su~md.4 Io. Ouse iDogs door to as
wa".. GAINISevLLS. FLOWAID


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L wways m rstef.
it bowckaml OGs.e
* eavoest orders.n
I bieewI chbhebes.
I4 l land od04 .
te laboratory.
vesterlamy bUrch&
sr m a fasfertW.
Sveal estate agenrtle.
eWr Are desartmeut.
Wl lumber cou|Ianles.
* metbodi We band organization.
barmpbh gallerite.
pi etur shows.
t r Chb-*asque
I tm aUWe-Iaapwr


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i Twe fertlltr maaufactcrtee.
rve ore tisurace gesctis.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reedin room.
AgrIcultural Experiment Statloa.
rhlosa Wlater Bible Conference.
ive dressmaking establishments.
Natomwal Odd fellows' aaltartem.
Tree undertaking etabllsmIbnntR.
itrt-clas swerag aSystem.. $17.oo0.
Two of the best hotels la the In-
terlor.
Two whboliesl, gala sad feed
Two wholesale rocery establish-
Water *tt bas made Gaineeville
Tb.h st opera boue Ia the State
wtafe oft JeaC"k vtlle
A Goveramest bllldins aoon to be
wereted to met whbe completed
qarpeaftes. asons. plasterers,
te prte, macnats and la-
.. .; t.
Imiseis of paved streets and
pin5dWd didoYew theu any otber
nw in tle IotwINr of t Statu.
Am ONA eowt hIuso Imlt brick
e Gbu a Sw e bdt. shrubbery.
aft m K ta Ik ft a- tsracte Pie-


CONTEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

hbe Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18


Ce


Sites Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by


PA


The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : : : :



$s3,550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between Deember 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : :



Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $4W) Howard Piano, eighteen Transfqeable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due lills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To 6 6s9 k 0 mat s k sd d s. m ae M fir.......$t00 eI
Toe ao scei -Iuele d i n hihsu t ve, a AM i for rach for...... ... S175.10
To t m f areemki* t hiMtvo, vtsa I f r ah f rd...... .. d150.0
These due bills may be used by the winners or cain 1, disposal of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be wortli their face value uIpon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize :-iiiilar ii n ;i! resl.-i .c t- thi re-
to will be given each of those timing.
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How and Where to Get

Votes
The follow Ing nI-rchatt.1 s ill give on,. wvt.
for every cent paid it.t.o th ir ..:-tabli-Ln. ..t- fr
good which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes 111 be found in the e.tabli,.h
ments of the ntrchaint- gilig v ote.s aila :it Th,'
Bun office. Votest- i'nt It mail rluht t.# ,lt.r., .i1
to the Voting Contedt Lk-partmlint of The Suu,
Ualiea ille. Fluru.A.


TI'- :


Rules and Regulations
1. The ('ontvted i ole ii to ajjtlh e l Ii ghIn
AIAI 1JIu* count) v6 180 imkiluv% U by tflit' ctaiiluat tor.
stf tljt* c(A t.- t or ouchtaeJa fur Ib) ?a-ist, i -j, 41.l'a.'
jooer.-,lii to lii. 'i t-11 k ~iijIi.
". ':,) #-ml 11)k a'attachtw (or t ~i? at -*(ifit,#, a' Ii
I it it'[: of tile Ablotu zani, d firrms art- 1aiaitta~tO
I-Aft Ia k l lte L t'iI ('U)tatz't. atl 6i ll P a IIL.ttl 1"t v i "al'
hla i ijam8it-r
".- Ill tljt.' e~clit '? 100 aI-rijuierho.,aluding at,'..*I%
C-11till aatt-, or a the rrmliitt ruttodedIh i ti (in~Ie t-'
u1,41 h uidru~ er -.. ay be rvfterra d toP the ( oL-
1111414ta ri% ifc t sit ( 8ta, t % ie) a lo~tiv ara th j, p ir:. 0L.4
qu~a Iitid to rut.a e a !i .-
4. Ina the event a candidate decides to %aitb-
draw from the r~ace. such candidate %ill nut be
alit)PAud to tr~aw-ttr %otk-j to the credit of auiuthier
cauiudw~e in the rei-LeaL


DAILY"


$1.25-Three months' subscription ....... .............


400 votes


$2.50--Six mouLuth' subs riptio u ................... 1.,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ....... ..... 3,000 votes
For a club cf five one-year subbcriptiu,.s beforee April 1. 1909) 25.000 vot-i
For a club of ten six-wouthm' subscriptions (before April 1) .25,000 vot.,s


THE SE
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1,200 ojt
3,500 votW'
30,000 vot s
30,000 v'"
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Ti;1 I'V 11YT S G: (;AINNESILE. FLORIDA, MARH(' 12. !9!0


A MODERN WARSHIP.
Bls .- f e Ccfmande" r as O.-
a0ibd by Himself.
1 eomun1m l,'r of a m4l|ern
iel balte'hi' p 'aU feel iq din-
~' t- jl aill.o taken froumm a
fw-it- by Po'li an og'er:
n ,more than 9a1i men on
l Isad on the theory that an
Rf the Iuvernmnnt Is a servant
|lpqile& I am the servant of tbhw
p aMd a"m bound to wee that
+ IIn fiInd and clothingr rl',1
f l t bets st.il .iniilNitly A sulrllel
b n r"pe tI ei I',-rlilni i hli-tilil
S4Plo Indf,-el ,deviitif I dll.n't h:h re.
V' MS -rpiix, tef(illly t 1* tl'e ,rdler
d isniltely nimtrimu reports i:1 '
Sn Jail wi'en I d, n:'rt want ot.
0 of these ni 1 iii.0 I, -,1 k t re'
s *d sadd In'ifl"':'e'nt tllh n I feel
JP g^II whether I lhook dignifiea anr I
E s adnt. I sup|l'i"S I oIight tII dot
o swing a steel ma'a ,N4 r-feet
wrcesfuly around like mtonote'r
S mik*e 15.4V10 tons writ be around
St of mm narrw thbautmIIs Li
of am art. after all, and one
8 pi-md by many of the Inhabit-
ao tof oslow.
Ib ad that swinglalg of steel
i MMaI amnd thee fgo the r ponsi-
Siad the knowledge that If the
S MS agr oem d the whole civilzled
IS wiN be acquainted with It In.
d df twet-tfour h ars."

SEADLY HORNETS.

4 Ow Thet Bussed About the
Young S ldier's Ears.
A gMNt general was taking his r@eg-
g l Btol action. lie sent forward a
a Of men to make gaps In a rail
Sr aveO the heavy low sure to
SI- the whole body of men paused
S ow tit down.
Sceoolet and finest man in the de-
l was a young soldier who had never
I a i der re before. When be began
l-- down the fence he fancied he
Id diturbed a next of hornets. as hbe
gaht be heard them singing fiercely
AM ish ears. But the lad was not
flt to run from hornets when there
i ae sKerious business ahead.
ritbg the angry irinectze. be olwn-
dle ate and rejoined the regiment
ga- t being stung.
b a day or two he wan surirlked to)
IrW that be was to, le le prntiotedl
gt." be maki dindettly. "I (l'ti
i mI doi na-. in rm ti.a vr th* ,.t


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

State Offirs:
Governor-A. W. Gilchrlst,
bassee.
Secretary of State-H. Clay
ford, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
ha~ite.


Talla-

Craw.

Talla-


Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas-

Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
mell. Tallahassee.
Comnissioner of Agriculture-B. E.
Mcl.In. Taliahassee
Supt. of Public Instruction-Wm. M.
Hlolloway. Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris, Ke) \tWet.

* County Oftlers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wlenges,
Gainesville.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gaines' ille.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey, Gaineaville.
Ct'unty Judge--l. G. Maaou, Gaines-
silk..
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson, Gaines-
ville.
Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnson.,
Gain<..illh'


Weak UIile Boys

Some of the strong meno to-day
were sickly boys years ago.
MMy Of them received


Scott's Emulsion
t their mher'S knee. ThIs had
a power it that chand them
from weak, delicate boys into
$13g robust boys.
It has the same power to-day.
Boys and irls who are pale and
weak et rood and energy out of
Scott Emulsion. t makes
children grow.
ftd dafamOWUMM tNWat sg- of
Mam& ao w M~d M dle M
ago 6~8 m ----M we WandI=a
gMmt M Nae *Ado aet Wew a a
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wre,.-........... I.. U.. Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaines-
'My boy." replih'd the general. 0."1 ue' .
w you poll down that ft r e Y. n Supervisor Registraton-J. C. M-
WA eh coolest man under fire I ever Grew, Gainesvillle.
Uw. C'ouiitnty 'Coinmisi loners-- John G
e an gasped. stared and turned I !ampieir. Chairman, league; J F.
90L 'Ton ic-nd Caiupville; J. W. May.
"What!" he exicltimo'd. re arl's, .' .Areher; Cha.-. W. Sumni.rs, Trenton;
ammar. "WaNs themi waps buinllets? O. p. Cannon. Gaineerville.
M~ n it,,-rh School i:oard -R. I3
IyocVlelh,".-,k Ih.1t.lh':. VWeeks, Chairiman, Ilawthorn; J. W.
Victim-I shoItauld .y nost. I w:nt Mood)y. LaCrosse; G. W. Miller,
1to wod thiO pjil ture. t nti wif.'. w~h, Tr riint,ni
I vLNitlng l hr lp:irw'ti If I look too State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
happy she'll return lioine Gain.-ville. 'l
-- .- --.Membera louse-Syd L. Carter.
11rn totw I In- al;not lr'.rli ;l:tultTy Gainesville; T. A. Duke. Santa Fe.
O IllN which y,,u xhihtl d vll -ld-Pub-
l AyrTus


EDEN DANGERS

1St6ur Gives Timely Warning That
No Gainesville Citizen Can
Afford to Ignore.


City Officers:
Mayor--Horatio lI)ais.
Marshal-Il. T. Arnow.
Tax As-ses.sor-l IH. Colson.
Tax Colle'to-r-T. It. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Trea'ure'r J. Maxy Dell
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands.
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DANGER SIGNAL. NO I coflen1'arrt'auaae' se"*ft.**"-'-*', 4. P.' -'
trs the kidney hece*rttiimi,. iha'.f till Ine'tt. E. E.Cannon. iI S. Gra~e's, 8
UM 3You theu the' kaoitia'., arF"e iI('k 11. ixt'on. A. L. Vidal
Well kidnar..'i'FOta* otva ('la'ar. agahr IBolard (of Public Iorik,4-1 E. Tay'-
bi.Sick klJno.' P. staid out 'a thin, I br, Chairman; WV.IW. IHamiltocn. secre-
ts Lottu v-1ftaird IIH-i


55eand UQamma. or a thick, redillII-
8Weiing uritiv, fuill of st'diitie'it j ial(


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s'!utely nee' ry f.'r a man's :ils beui t.'
-St. Jn e :1 tte.

The habit of answering ads. that
appeal to you Is one that will keep
Ou in'te -rted In th r li e ou a' re I
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SHERIFF'S SALL
Under and by virtue of an execution
isKued out of the Circuit Court.lr Ihth
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Alachua country and directed to all
and singular the sheriffs of the State
t. said county. have evi upon and
in the hbit of Gaineille. Alac. hua
piacounty. Florida. on Monday. the thep






ay of Ateril. 19In 9. between the legal
hoUrs of sale to the highrcuist Court behth
bidder therefore for cash. the following
describd real euitate situated and be-
InAl in Alahua county.d dlirdet towit:
Thed Iolar the quarter of the Suthate
of the Northwest quarter of Slvd ectpon and
North Half of the Southeast quarter oor.
Section 26. in Township lot. Range 17.
Toin ether with all and singular the
tenement. Floherdita oents and apthe r-
tenances to the same belonging or in
bidder thse apo retaining.
Thesaibd roeal rty twintuat levied uion
as the property of T. K. Pickett. to
&ati-f said execution J favor of The
Dutton Ilank and a said T. R.
Phlkett P. Ig AMSrY.
Sheriff of Alachua County. Florda. Florida.
W. S. IIIOOIME.
Attorney fort laintiff
Attorney for i'ilantiff


MASTER'S SALE.
Noti'eI' is hereby given that under
aid 6b l IrtutI of a final dcree' of fore-
losfiire, of lien Iiade' amid renda-red vby
the.- lionm .1. T Wills. Judlmfg' of the Cir
unit Court. Eighth Judicial fir, uit of
Florida In and for Alahua couniity. In
i c*-rt:tin chlanery cau-se th4 rein i'lind
ing,. on tlhe' 2"'rd day of February. l9*4.
lhw ren-iin t Ii City (,f Gainesm ill. a inu-
uisilial o itporation utinder the lawv oof
ino' Stat(e of Florida. is complainant.
*:i'l (;,.org.' l':ittterson i d.-fe'ndant. I.
thu, iit, rsaig 'd. a!., S' .(ial lMas.t-r in'
C'lamie.rv. mill sell at public l outry
t, th!.- ihul' -f and le- t lbiddelr for
a-i h. te-for' th, ceouert h1,oise' door. In
IhO t'it uof (;Gilnae- ill.. Florida. on,
lmindal. th, .'.th di:tv of April. 1 i*9 hab
t,.'rO iiif. hegal hours of sale. the fol-
I n n I!I d<.scrib-d lot. |>iPe or parcel
of laud .-iti:at,'d. l ing and IHvI'ng In
h,. tilv ,if (;ailnsilll.- Alachua coun
ly Florida. toa it:
lot On()- li oI f the .McCarroll l'l:.t
Teo'.tha'r with all and singular tIh'
te'nem'nInt. hreditamenits and allpur-
t.iani(e' to the samnie bi-onging or In
:1 t. .e' ualle'rt-tiiniiK Te'rmi i cash
Said .aeih t,, satisfy said decree and
m'(:- I,-
CIIIIISTOPHER MATHF.SON.
81e-lal Master In Chancery.
S\V I ROOM:.E
Solicitor for Complainant.
ILL )N DIVO)RCIF..
in the eireult Court. Ilhrbtb Judicial Ciculet.
i46a-hu. <'CIaintr. tiordil ii ('bancerty.
FI'itlh' I r in va f Tewl Iri O orderr of
'i<-.'i'K.>Un HI1, of X[N(r*e.
It I ealIIa iiy ai Mdal itt i-orimled to the ttlli
n''Il I Ithi' 11 ,1 *it1 <-S l t'e ;11le that L s"1h,
I|r In r r i ''fnda th 'fed I hrr, lii nt4 .l ii,.' l r'e-i -
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H w Alexander Untie


the Knot

Dy Herbert Kaufman.

Alexan hr the Great was being shown theGordisa
Knot. "It can't he untie l," they" told him; "ewry
man who tridl to do it fell down."
But Alexander was not discouraged because tW,
rest had flunked. lie simply realized that he woldt
have to go at it in a different way. And instead
wasting time with his fingers he drew his sword
slashed it apart.
Every day a great bisiness general is shown
knot which has proven too much for his
and he succeeds because he finds a way to cut it.
fumbler has no show so long as there is a brother
chant who doesn't waste time trying to
the impossible-who takes lessons from the
about him and avoids the methods which wwrt
downfall.
The knottiest problems in trade arm



3J-The_-, of kmpfiq 60h CIPSOwds
4-7The9 _61 of w9m isz g
5-The ir210iof F I a-qI m ,uoliv.
None of these knots is going to be untied by
bling fingers. They are too complicated. They'e
involved together-twisted and entangled ovr
about each other-so intertwined thit they "m't
solved singly-like the Gordian Knot hey mU h
through at one stroke. And you can't cut the
with any sword except the newspaper-becaus .
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4 uainod ofI m o1rfs t"be a~d t
wruthe meof. ....
5-Go 9 .11o cma fr be eros M
&city.
Advertising is breeding new giants every 3yMI'
making them more powerful every hour. Pula
the sustaining food of a powerful store and the
strengthening nourishment for a weak one. T M
taller who delays his entry into advertising muK
the penalty of his procrastination by facing morei
competitors as every month of opportunity slips by.'
Personal ability as a close purchaser and as a
seller doesn't count for a hang so long as other m M
equally well posted and wear the sword of publicity
boot. They are able to tie your business intocrnt
closer knots, while you cannot retaliate because thbe
no knot which their advertising cannot cut for thuin.
Yesterday you lost a customer-today they
one-tomorrow they'll get another. You cannot
with their competition because you haven't the
with which to oppose it. You can't untie your d
Knot because it can't be untied-you've got to cr
You must become an advertiser or you must p
the penalty of incompetence. .
You not only require the newspaper to fight for .
more hopeful tomorrow, but to keep today s situatt
from becoming hIopl'ss. i
(Copyright. lPo, by Tribune ('o' pany. Chicago.)


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Are YOU Being "Hunted?"


One of today's want ads. may be hunting yo--rsametL
ing the city for you. It may have a mesaue for yoe of or
personal importance one that, when you et it, and h.k


it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, d
your interests may even place around and about you -a
environments, new associate; may give you an entirely ame
start in a business way.
Isn't it worth while to try to find out whether this may
not be true todAy, tomorrow, or very soon?


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINKSVIB, FLORIDA. MARCH 12, 1909


p AND

WrT CONDENSED

of O*NERAL INTEREST
BY suN REPORTERS.

s gapp"m and wht s G-
f:i* gppe,~Pers-enaI and
so e w In* *O the City.

F 1Hill left ''.."t-'r''. for Jack

Deal ticket at Rutherford.-

irtiay mitntii. for the children
Uyr. aoer
W.V CIeWnut of Arredondo was in
ity yesterday
IL. Chitty has returned from a
visit to his parent.- a, .Mlicaiopy.
V. L Markham of Cedar Key was
"R the business visitors to the city

S j. D~Cots left yesterday for
S ruiiry. where he will spend the
", -l w days on business..
IL M. R. lBass of Evinaton arrived
d oa eity yesterday and will spend
.-st several days here visiting

S1. Holly of Arredondo, the cat-
. w* lm mad vegetable grower of that
am. was among the visitors here

-. Bostick returned yesterday
O M a short business trip to Perry.
re se has been in the Interest
4S S A. C. L railway.
Tse who have not heard Mr. Eu-
r every Bnight this week express
k regrets,. for the oftenter you hear
A f the better he is a,.preci:ted.
MIses Hesie,. and Annie llrown.
i tAllgs young ladies of Salem. Va .
bve arrived in the' city on a visit tn
Mrs. Dr. J. H. Colson. East Alachua

R. Richard. deputy I'. 8 marshal
t headquarters at Cedar Ke-y. was
Svisktor to Gainesville yesterday. iHe
Iay decide laterr ,on to make this city
.i hM bome.
H. A. PFrd of Palatka. sho has been
be for the past few days. returned
tos his borne .-terd'y. ite-ide-s ill
gPeying his |prop,-'r.v he Iha- oth,.r
aslae- that hiring. hiirn to thi- (it:.
te often


SAVE MONEY! MAKE MONEY!


1i calling and selecting a pair of
*O new st h.- in Ladies'.,,- ()xfrd Tie', .
Ms os Cutao latf'sst .hl;ie,'.I
isI' gt" peclal.- i Sinliini r Shoe-(
. Taie are new good. just from the-
latory. prikeo lower than e(i-nr before.
'1M4 are full) guaranteed You can
*ake no miintake b)y taking advantage
d this offel.
ThE MAGNET CASH STORE.


Cedar Key ,,y.stri. day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant
Only two more niilht. to he ar N'tr
Ennor at the- F'letric Theatire.
(kmid gentle, hor,-, anld nite rul-l rr-
tired lIuIt. for s ale AlillIi to J.

Judge Sd 1. Carter ha' returne-d
from a short business visit to the west-
ern part of the county.
We don't want the earth, but we- do
(lainm there I, no o ti '. (;t,..
% 1.: .1 Ti I:.. iatr
.* pi, rt i t 1 n rrn *t : ;.1 -
i.,l ,'.o \ li 1.. :ti1l '1l 'n l i l' :il fri it
S'..:.* ,' ; l T
I':'ink C('lh iil i"t : I- guaiiranteeil ',
i 4I 1 hii,' I t.*' I ')>ti> atid l lI',ri.,e
*..... "* .' St..d 1.. \V. .11. Jul uII IU.
I'. It lie -tr 01 l into was tranis-
.1 1i:> l i n it ':- i:; the city -".trl'. .
Ie is onte of tilt nlielrtinlts ofl ti.At
eir't Ioln
.Mrs. Pauline. M1llvalue and daugh-
ter. Miss Annie. have returned from
a pleasant visit to relatives and friends
at Cedar Key.
Mrs. 0. H. Yancey left yesterday
for Atlanta, where she will spend the
next few weeks visiting her parents
and other relatives.
Chickering. Knabe, Mathushek,
Placher and Ivers & Pond Plano. and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
J. M. Shaw of Alachua was In the
city Thursday. He brought a load
of home-cured country hams and found
a ready market awaiting him here.
Capt. W. G. Shehee of High Springs
was in the city yesterday. He states
that nothing of Interest has transpired
since the big robbery there on Mon-
day night
Ten cents shows you the moving pic-
tures and you also get Mr. Ennor's
celebrated talks on the wonders of the
world, profusely Illustrated, at the
Electric Theatre.
Edward Rush of Mclntosh. a large
v~e ,tnt lh- grower of that section. was
a isitor to the city yesterday. He
came up to meet some of the commis-
sion men who are now stopping in the
ciH
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by .^1L. lA-Grande; city wat-r. lec-
tric ihts. eewe-rage. bath. and all
modern coIIeinInce''. Apply to Mrs.)
If. II. McCreary or Sun office.
Ange'lliie. dear. plgea. e (ivi, I I i
.lohni Furniture Seagle's and buy me
o 4ne of I l I t -c* lig -ti-l'oulld (olttol i lliat-
tre ---. ThLjy ooil (co-t St N'.. I S.:
\ii .liin o, will i:' to pay car:i-h
ftor it for that 1.- ali )uAt w lai tha.1 (',.-) t
.\ c rt di.. to lme Jdical authllirit it
.1 4 I|-r' : lay stati.l ic.- Iz eI." i.- u..
jiig I I; ',. a rt r, t* itl .-ul)je-t to api
it.(li wald .Iaei:.r'N Milwauke-e P'ure R>,.
liread. 1'- and .-. cenit.- a loaf Isrosat

IThe \\r nil liaom' N i-sumonary So-
cl.ly aill cnte.rtainli all the ine-is'besr
olf thie Ml.Hiueli-t Church and congre-
gation at the piarionagw this evening
frtiom t 11 oflock An interesting
mus lcal and literar. program has bte.n
ilrepared and all a ho attend w ill (M.
assured of a plea.anit e-ening.

-l Alachua Camp No. 5.
Woodmen of the
VS S World-Meets toolght
at 7 :i. In Masonic Hall. Visiting
brothers cordially welcomed. J. MA
NAISE. C. C: J. M. DELL. JR.. Clerk


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Start a Savings Account

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Ba3nkerS


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WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.


All Eadibles to oe Served by Ladies
of Guild.
The Indlie conilrlidng the -Woman'im
Guild of Holy Trinity church will ,r e
delicacies. conslittitn of all kinds of
oadihle,. on next Saturday afternoon.
coimnnencilni at o'clock
They propose to ha%#- an assortment
that will greatly assist you In serving
%omir Sui!a.iy aIt l ricr-C tlihat ill jn-t if% ,i' t, i ii| re ;i -.e
uinste1, ad of bil iiug ail l dliitL,. Ih! i,.-
Ilg aHt I ,lir 1\. li h'l ,
Amollig the oi nI thi'u t.:it will %1 -o
of*-* I i ar. ake-,. piioes. Iir. a I. r,.l!-.
il'\ il-dl ( rain,t a.lield Iltat.i ( hailps. aind
other good thiin-. all miale 1) killed
cooks and sold at rea:i-.onalele plricep'..


Special attention paid to ladies'
tiade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Mrs. H. A. Father delprted .)ster-
day for White Spring.-. where she will
spend the next few days with her
daughter. Mrs. Sparkman.
Miss Laura Italrd. who has been ab-
sent for the past several days visiting
her sister at Arcadia, returned to her
home in this city yesterday.
Deputy Sheriff L. E. Story of Wind-
sor was In the city yesterday. He
is one of the most active deputies In
the East End and has worked up sev-
eral important cases.
Capt. H. C. Parker of LaCrosse was
In Gainesville yesterday. He Is one
of the extensive merchants of that
place and has a large trade which he
supplies by the year.
W. F. Langford of Newberry was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day and while here made a pleasant
call at this office, renewing his sub-
seription for another year.
Wm. Greever. of the Greever-lot-
spelch Mfg. Co.. Knoxville. Tenn., was
a pleasant caller at this office yester-
day. This company handles the
famous illue Ribbon brand of ex-
tracts.
Miss Elisabeth Woodard of Jackson-
ville. who has been spending the past
several days with Mrs. C. 8. Hill. re-
turned to her home yesterday. Dur-
Ing her sojourn here she made
many friends.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
mny (aqe of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Cures backache and Irregulari-
ties that if neglected might result In
Itright's disease or dtlabetes. J. W.
McCollum & Co.
MisN Gertrude Moore of Palatka is
a.Imng the vislitors to Gailin's, ill- and
while here is a guest of Mrs. J. JW
Tench. She is a sister of Conductor
Willtams. who formerly was on the
:;i-h Slpring4-Rochelle run, but now on
the Palatka go-round.
A G. Rhodes of Clearwater was in
the city ye -terday en route to that
iloilit from Cedar Key. where he it
having a pleasure boat built. Hlie is a
citizen of Atlanta. but has purchase.;
Florida Irol-erty and is building a
winter home at Clearwater.
It H. Chase of Tampa is among the
visitors to the city. He was formerly
engaged in the piano business here
with A. R. Harper and has a large
circle of friends In the city who are
again glad to meet him. this being his
fBrt visit here in about three years.
W%%'. Percy Van Ness of St. Augustine
has returned to his home after a visit
here for the- palst two days. He has
,-ontrol of \alst real estate interest *in
thii.1 cin %the old Van Neits emiate,. and
it ilke- .up a gImdl de-al of hisi time
i**\'r \eur to colni oer aind I t tax
1ilitl Ir, traigliti* i, ld u;i
"My thre.-ye-ar oldl boy wata badl)
coll-tipate'd, had a high fever and sa:
in an awfulI conidi'ion I gavet hini
tso dl-.es of Folt-y () Oino IlAxa'l '
andil thi e- xt u rtiiOrnliig the f-i c-r wa.
gone- ainl lie was entirely well Fol y'n
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vs of eacl officer anil director of the Bank,
ntiV youI will always find a cordial welcome in
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FOR RKNT--lve-rooI cottage. Ap
ply 200 E. Liberty street

WANTED--To rent two cottages:
close in. Apply at Telegraph office

FOR RENT-Three mewly-furnlshed
rooms. suitable for light housekeep-
Ing. Apply 103 E. Masouic street.

FOR RENT--Flveoom cottage oN
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at thli
office.

FOR SALB.


FOR SALE-Typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 75 cents each
Sun office


FOR SALE-Furniture formerly own-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Grieves. Par-
ties wishing odd pieces will do well
to call at 808 North University
street Thursday and Friday. Geo.
1'. Lot,).

LOST.
LOST-One old Colts revolver, 32 cali-
bre,. 6-inch barrel, rubber handle.
Return sant to Sun office and re-
cel-he 1t itw-ard

WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANT!Di Youn;I ritter of ordinary
exwx'rlInce, who desires to better
learn trade,. to act as galley boy, set
heads. distribute and set type oc-
casionally, and do general work as
assistant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office.

WAN'tED.
NEW POST OFFICE I BUILDING Any-
one wis-hing to supply the con-
tractr.s with sand. crushed rock,
gravel, brikk, or other building -a-
terial, or to make sub-contracts for
excavation, or any part of the work,
will please communicate with King
I.umlwr Co.. Charlottesville. Va.,
generall contractors .

SPECIAL NOTICE
HOrFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & [ vis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash in ad-


Te writer ribbons for sale at this
,*ie. The bebt on the market. Only
event five cents. All colors and for
.#e. on all standard machines.


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