Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01607
 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 16, 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: VID01607
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
 Related Items
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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separately siaed, were mailed to each
NIabl member:
"Dar Sitr: The uaderegamd are all
v-Neh a voters of Adams county.
inals, anid have always supported
MaPublielrM ticket tI both nations
andl leal ellectlo
"We have been much disamUtised
with the Speamership of Hon. Joseph
4A aam. and with the rules of the
-a ae whereby needed legislation is
oftea whely defeated.
"We therefre respectfully request
"h1t both Ii OuMes aad na the House
pm vote asalest the reelection of
Jeephi Umou for Speaker of the
"We also request that you vote for
a measure that will curb the power
'ot the Speaker in the appointment of
the House committees, so that these
appoOltments may be in the hands
of a representative committee rather
tham in the hands of one han.
"We also request that you favor by
year voMe n aleadar day. or open
day. eAck *1ek. so that measures naLy
be brought up mai dihacssed without
the eautemary *red tape' of committee
report and Speaker's recanltloi.
"Very Respectflly.
"Sigaed-W. B. White. W. W. .ewis.
C. Lane. V. 0. Musseelman "'
The Speaker and his rules have
been mrs potent than a two-thirds
majorly, the President and the peo-
pie combined.
1by sending trv dtin measures to hob-

S1 1to01W Iper pevous toi tile committees he has been ih,.e t,
A &a ilk thtw is teast de- defeat any bill he desired. The alwak
Mi g p gl- I~mO e tastis of as er once upon a time yielded now andl
imw W-ls. thee to public opinion. An example of
Vf n ti-f MaSm setters this was the pure food bill. which he
l1 4 it. tIhe ~eo Cagrna al hbld up for years and finally sur-
i nshe aiemt-u-Mst of ordered to public opinion. But
1t10" O11 eWMs. By ftar the throughout the Sixtieth Congress no
g- ste of them lsetftrs bll of aay Importance that Uncle Joe
Wg09s e M pi lhmlea of com- was hostile to become a law. He
Plmmetea hi their home practically leisltated for the entire
Mate i a letter It is a body. as he prevented the member-
mp Ole Ae averg a-4l e sN hip from securing an opportunity to
dk- i a-Itwwsl~ged by vote.
Im of plomisut buslmies The Speaker's committee system
VN ol L. aL M dIAu4cates. worked perfectly. He did not appoint
m ca O committees at the Sixtieth
Coangrees conveinag until he knew how
ri mu they stood oa certain Important meas-
m' r 1tresM that would have to be referred
to tbsoe committees. Take the post
S" oalce and postroads committee for
hastance. Jesse Overstreet. noted for
I w NUWOE LESS THAN FOR his friendship to the telegraph comnpa-
MANY VYARS PAST. nie*. was chairman A bill providing
*. for an experimental telegraph line be-
tween two large cities to demonstrate
Wj n s C whether the Government could make
aM. ilh6p,* There lin a profit on 10-word messages for Itl
cents went to this committee. O'er
he d street refused absolutely to give a
bearing to the bill. It died in cons
TW *~an ey electlo wichb nitle The telegraph trust's divei
St plaeh Just four weeks from to- dends remained secure
A1 wIll ave the smallest number of I'ncle Joe is naot wholly reoI aoniibl*
ai 81 veers of any election fur the for the record of the Sathietl (' Co
M several )year. gBri.as lt-aus. that trdilit i? dti ili .

Owing to Much little interest tl-iig
ttMi iA theO electak there ha bletin
galy sa qilSed to p5ticipate.
There to very little lerebt t.iken
0aide of the narshalship. but all
tre* of the candidates for tihit it'ffter
am dolng their utmost to inu til.se
*er to their side. At premsut teach
of the three candidates dlaitn lvi toryr
sad only the ballot, sill settle the
siplre acy uf the t-uCte(tanita
It has be n ruutwred hlat one of
the three candidate. would lthdrau
hlmorM the election, but all parties cun
*erWed have bwUa se and ,a) ihe>)
IM Ia the t catemet to the wind upl
TheMe are ia the aeighlurAood of
m hadred les voters in tbr comiaug
satmi thas foruaiy. the receipt
i ashowliag a tpMa shortages






State sulwerv ilon oif n.atiral Imionlol.
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Hittoublicazalat e sd. li n'.. eoi~to uoiIi'Ik.n'
4i.14 JIM- it. msnrei't, q.1)cbte-iioi. th1at, I' ... i.ta i lltet 00 .fe ie lji,
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tv-tiotaim5i ure-
A Pa;rt*'t jetelotbiIc4II.0 .0 e' Ath k
inhti-rit~aiae o.' ta'. aanuti ti rup-ostl ~ ii
*tffetiuo' ruiatlse' rate. lasa ba ii k i i
and fiimuc~a~ial 1l.'g1ioeiatl ?i .At4tiiIitotu
for Arisawaa aa,.,A's it'%icto rhoilla
&I'd suumagilakmir a ctiiltlrv'io P. burt-au
e'tuilolO sf' liability '. -iciure' cojUltAlela'aAo1
justguirtat of the t-alaria.' of teotiocr gcoo'
tertiBeit veujaki)ea-t'a limntsdtjtIoa11 lnlthe
poserso of injuscctiolo Lwit-htc'r tiutry
ru*ads. lbalersa) luicru% ta i-tii jt OuR
swrsatiun of thte furvotas mpisuiatnin'r
Wie, mat"r and otherr jublit utlhitit-i.,


Cental Aba& is tUnder Water, But Danger Ssm

to be Over in Georgia.

SELMA. Ala.. March 15.-(Special.)
-The raging Alabama river claimed
her first victims in central Alabama
Saturday night, according to report
which was received here yesterday
from King's Biend. several miles down
the river. The victims were three
negroes. a man, his wife and child.
The report stated that during Saturday
night the swift rising river washed
the house occupied by the family into
the river without* warning and all
three are reported drowned.
The plant of tne Standard Oil Corn-
plny and the U'nion Slaughter House
were flooded by the river last night
and are now under several feet of
water. Bly morning it it expected that
the plant of the Selma Lighting Com-
larv will be flooded, and the city will
then be in darkness until thle flood re-
cedes. All ;rains on the Southern fail-
way wI,-t of Selma will I.e atband:ited
it is thl.ught today. The Cahaba rivei
west of Selma is even with the rail-
over this. Iridge. If the river contit.
ues to rise t:nmight a nubiiwr of faii i
li s. in ti'e vast( rn part of S.-lia will
l '; tto nl.u e out t tht ir htoi.n t *
'.* rrow. -
At Rome, Ga.
*OME: (;a. March 1:. -iSpecl'il
Iti' r.- are at anld. till ;;l.6 feet and
Sill n ot likely Ix'msin risciitg again No
W :age' daie' of coniseiquence. exetpt
1 in lIow -..ihg dilistrict- l i\t r.
A ill begiii r(e'ev din, t i(4i%

Were eoing Taken Acress the Old
Suwannee Near Old Town
When Leoot.

A valuable pair of mules belonging
to a lightning rod concern were
drowned In the Suwannee river near
Old Town recently. and the loser. Mr.
Dixaon. was In the city yesterday mak.
Ing arrangements to prosecute the
man In charge of the ferry.
The owner claims that the drowning
of his mules was pure negligence on
the part of the operator, and he feels
certain that he can get damages
against the operator of the ferry. He
has made arrangements to fight the
case and was here perfecting the ar-
It is said that the ferry In conducted
by W. N. Power. but at this Iparticu-
lar time is was in charge of a youn:.g
man who did not take the necessary
precautions before having him to
drive out onto the float.
The ferry, not being made secure to
the landing, went down and the mules
and wagon all followed, with no pos-
sible means of saving them. The
bank was very high at this point, and
at was Impossible to release the mules
before they were drowned.




Of Attending Exhibit of Tuberculosis
Congres--Public Schools Should
Cieoe for One-Day Session.

Citizens of Gainesville and Vicinity:
There is now being conducted a
campaign of education for the stud)
and prevention of tuberculosis in this
State. There will be a one-day's ses-
lion for the discussion of this prob.
lem in this city Thursday afternoon
and night, conducted by IMrector E. G.
Routzahn. The ladies' clubs have
gone to a great deal of trouble and
some expense in inducing these peo-
ple to give us this, lecture, which will
be free to all
Eminent authorities think and be-
lieve that tuberculosis can be chet ked.
and not only checked, but obliterated.
if the proper methods are used. and
it is to be holed that the' citizen, of
Gainelvisle will take advantage of thip,
opportunity of seeing these exhibit .
and hearing thi. gienileman explain
how Se ma) eradicate' this dineate.
We would further reoinniend that
the pIubllc schoo bl.- t. :l<,,-,|d tin aitt. i,

r' spila ste tk C'till l

Pr<-hi ,l, t'itv ('ounilI


Woman's Home Missionary Society
Gwes Delightful Entertainment.
The reception giic'-n Frida) evnilinig
bt) the ladies of tn.e OiUan' Hiomnle
MMissionary Society at th he iarsonage
of the M. E. church was largely at
tended and was a t r.\ enj(;atible af-
fair. at the aimln as to bring together
the members of the c ongregation. both
old and new, that they might IMcome
letter acquainted
The guests were received at the
door b> Mrs W. R. Thomai and Mrs.
Will Hill. A committee consisting of
Medames Rolfs. Floyd. l)avi. Futch
and Brooks made the company feel
much at home by promoting the 4oria
billtt (of all pre iit t:h r. .. .*r
beautiful. decorated with ,4it Islant-
of %arioui kinds and ania. flower..
Mtul'. )both local and initrumni!itail
hell-cd to rnillen the occa(ionll ThI.
nunitx-Hr p'rfiorimed tihe little.
Mild? K:'a Futch and Itbrnic'. I|'
l.and %wr, h.artll eni.oredl after

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Subscribe for The Sun and help your
lady friend win the fSe piano

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- tone ri.rtl. .iid Alim.t 'i.o ne ll l ,Li i.
C'ram ford iage \. II li.it' a., o .ii;l ati r f.
n ait.) kioidll l c'Il. l. 1 > i f0c 41, I ii<
a ll to all" and apprt-.aiittoii at e*
the kludruesu of the ttoalii ,e. it lilg a
the s -iety the Use of her i.arlors the Vl
co' ipaiie di-i,'-rs--d r.

I(;wcial )-River .:t*. Hardly gl bo
yond 53. which means will not rea
streets or depot or interfere with aI
or water plants. Fears of great .
age pIas.ing.

No Danger at Columbus.
('OLUMIIUS, (;a. March 15.'-<.
cial. -After another very lose I
th- IlIlingham street bridge. wit
has weathered the floods of "
half century,. were still in place ft
day night and as the Chattaboaseb
river has fallen several feet during im
day Its safety is regarded as a rn.
The bridge even refused to bars, a
flunmes in its roof. caused by as a
dent to the gas plipiing. were extlagais
ed Ib.fore much damage was dome. t
is believed that 'the river wi ll e
slowly subside

Augusta is Safe.
AIl;l'STA. (;.a March l.,-(1 t
,1d a taxese tof '7 fe'-t T inches. ad& h
,till rkiuit: loh Iv. I ut there is s .
*iaoli..te (au.-e for alzrrn. RepuMt
fruini i n ti' 'ootintr% show that rtl
ha:s i, nit fa;iliii I: .,..dily all day eP .
.i plortitin -i. hut Obserwt
F' hlio i th ,to i weth-r bureau sita
S,:t tl,*. r,.:.r mi!l ,lt wg highertO t
""* fo ',t W\t'ile ? ,i ,'riotlis alar wM W ;a
felt itn AucRi-'.i to .p' th-. Iublir w I
re. tl.'-s. andl tl,.-atnd- of |peol
I fi(lo k id toi th' ri\<.r bai k to get tih
r;a'tt of ri. and too v; at h hthe dilfer
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Picnic Party.
ThI nll, i lit r. f the ixth grade d
the Ifiglh Schold pa.ticipated in a *"
nic on last Satoirdal .which' wasi g
l. enjo.eod tby all wmho attended '1t
party ;,ft the cit. in a-gonja s i t
dav t'e.iiig ideal and t printllike. it
an o(wea. *en that will long be rw

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Dr. and Mrs. J. P. McKinstry. Jr.. Cele-
brate 16th Wedding Anniversary.
One of the most delightful functions
of the season was the cek-bration b)
Dr. and Mrs. J. r. McKinstry. Jr. of
the Itteenth anniversary of their mnar-
riage, at their admirably arranged
home. 500 East Church street. on Bat-
urday evening. March l3th.
They had originally intended to have
all their friends present on the auspi-
clous occasion. but circumstances com-
pelled them to extend verbal invita-
tions only to a limited number of their
most Intimate friends.
After the guests had all arrived
Mrs. MeKinstry entered the parlor oni
the arm of Dr. J. F. McKinstry.v r
preceded by her bridesmaids .1Mr-
Anita Hendricks l jne-e' of New Yotrk
and Mrs J W McCollum Mi-s M'rtl,.
FPennell playing the. wedding inarn'h
Dr. McKlnistlr entered from the. di
ing-room, accoiupAnieiid h' hih- i. .I
man,. Mr. N A C(allimson lllitd jonaill,
the bride at lihe ea.t e ntd if Il. r Niui
where Col 11 S Chiul,h I. I itrin ,l
tie nUlarriage' (, 1 tli i i 111 i .I i 1 11
terest iiK aid i oer oll- lli I l IIIKt i la-,d ;:i stl lt '.IK ,I
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Pointed with wit sed I ;f.ithes',d a l, sI
Ihmor. had in thnim enough weight
to make tenm go straight to the
n.rrk." -
Electrie Theatre.
The mnlfetw1ent of *, t.'** .
thcatre ilast i : *' : f, I I I )I '
to retain 1'e gir :.t trat, is r .I i, ': .-
nor. with his wonderfully inter-atl:is
travelqgues. offer.. a hill for ttnitht'*
entertainment unexteelled In the ro'.n-
try when the Irhi e tIakein iit, c' 1it-
sideration-ten cents for the re.i:.-l:r
motion picture show anid alo .ltohi:
munor. who usually coninmand,, .7 centat
aad a dollar to attend hii travelogues.
There Is no man in the country
equal to Mr 'nnor. in his explana-
Uosa and views of the wonders to I*.
sem In the united States and no one.
has the command of the thousands
of photographs owned and taken 1b>
himself of these beautiful scenes. He
eas only be appreciated by bearing
him and seeing his pictures.
feed Musical Comedy.
We are promised real up-to-date
muleal comedy with the comlag of
the WIMU Nmical Comedy Company
-a Timhurdy lght. They will remain
at the a9@d Theatre frthree sights,.
ipeMtdg Thrbday night "A Trip to
Atbat City," rMiday light "Two Old
COreses," sad Saturday ilght "Sweet

The New Orleans Picayune says:
'lhe Wills Comedy Company prom-
led to the plMie last night a contin-
e- rear f laftiter from the ralse
of the ertala eo Two Old Cronies'
istil the grad finale. and they did it.
The ma who didn't laugh at The
Lyrie bat Ight was a wooden man. a
eacyTic. or an Insane English-
Ime. The larseat crowd of the season
vs eot sad they laughed until their
**I ihebak. and then laughed until
the foor of the theatre shook. so uni-
venal was the ejoymet of the ever-
mecressing fus.
"John B. Wills was the funniest fun-
maker. Although he was on the stage
time after time and when the audience
would think that he had made enjoy-
meot emogh for one night he would
come on again with something Just as
rikh as before. He kept them all
laughing fro start to Anish and was
a whole show by himself.
"The rest of the company were not
far behind In the way of grinding out
the fun and entertainment Kate.
Helston In toe song 'Where the Sweet
Potatoes Grow' was alt-o one of th,.
hits of the evening. A novel andi en-
Atertalnuig dance was the 'doll dante'e.'
given by four of the chorus girl- '


EIkww)n. Alm. .lDre 1,. 19,*
Ir Killn r a (' l Itnthaniton. N I
IDe ir M41r- I '1a ,i t1 ri 'Al s -I It & '
;,. i; 'it trm i Cr tis.! tI.* f our r'.:.
< .lt'l ,it 1 thlat I 1. I I f1 I: t o I.
n t 1 i i l r tII'I t li) r Ir 1s 4
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S!I m,.. 1 t -I n; *-t pn-eratl i of Il *1
liil iirt kt now 'a:it the triltal.. v ;a
S .! lad 'o tirmi.t* i, 'r. fr, -iw tth
I ,'* I;siv mhdil Ini ht, t a u' tiff* :5. !;r.;!\ ('.ns l wit l m or t.sr i:.i
S4 '" I :. *o' i ;,, ;r- ait .a t li*. :i. ; ; it
(II lit At ;aft( I ';it ilB an |i, il t l]
a- -*il. ,it aorn si1it I had tri 41l ti> .,I
-I. *-\ % I t'-,nEi I .iI ; I h1 t r of. without h.,lliing Imiii t.I
jI\\ zr. ;t \,, tvtl until finally in oi)
t s- r l.i ; *. Itipan. VW is.. I Iurcha'ie-i
A, ,n,' dollar Iptttle- of Swaiimp lltiNt llnd
i111iii, l0 l l t taking it according ti dl-
r t*lii-. .a ld I fillrown e-l that with
another h -r *nt ri',f and .la i-ht from ;ani
t:..i I Ipurchased* fi dlilar.- worth at
:.s:.'t.'\ 1i '. l: and continued it'
. s and ai now i taking It. lbut in
.inaller dos 's and tilet'* a day in place
), four time a day. and believe by
the time |pre elnt supply is used up I
vill he entirely well. I am feeling bet-
ter now than for ten years past. Can
cat and shilep first-class. In fact. I am
f,-ling so good that I cannot resist
tolling you about it. You are at liber-
ty to publish this testimonial should
You wish. Very respectfully.
THOSE. STALLARD. U'. S. A.. Retired.
Iox 7, R. R. No. 2. Elkwood. Ala.


Dothan. Ala. Jan 21. 19'19.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. tilnilianiton. N Y.
Gentlemen: About one year aios two
of my children suffered badly from
weak kidneys and diabetes; their urine
was very bad and they would have
severe spells of dizziress, and wer".
all run down in health. I was J.'st
about discouraged. I tried severall
remedies and finally a doctor, but
they did not seem to improve. I
knew of a friend who was taking
Swamp-Root for kidney trouble with
good results, and I decided to get
some for the children. I noticed there
"as some improvement after they had
taken two large bottles,. and continued
to give It to them until they had taken
i half dozen bottles and were well on
the road to recovery. I think Swamp-
Root hba done more for my children
than any other medicine I have tried
ind I recommend it to one having chil-
dren who sufferer aq mine did.
City Clerk. Dothan. Ala.


Sparks. Ga.. Jan. 11. 19;9"
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Hinghanmton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ago I was,
troubled with kidney trouble; had je-
vere pains in back and hips. Was
treated by a physician. but without
any benefit. I noticed Pome Swamp
Root advertised and resolved to give
It a trial. After taking four bottlt.s I
was completely cured. Have not
suffered any pain at all since and can
recommend aip-Rxoot n.) ai.t ot:
suffering from kidney trouihhle Sin
cerely, MRS. E. V. STI VKENS


Hrin-on. Ga.. Jan 2"-. 1'9*,1*
Dr Kilnier & Co. I'ntile ,ai .n iN
(tentl-inent : Soilin' t s. : ; ai- I -muffe r
0-d :4e,-Terely with jailiIi in i an lr k ;an
hip-. .% l hI ck pIaii ,-d I. ', i i1: ll ,ii
:lid I felt "mi.-es .'l. .' I
tlinul(l-' took the comntenlts of tw>,) hbottl,.. whs
I felt relief. My b'c'k has nloi t'olihlt:
lin since ana I can thl,,ro' hlil. re'-c'mi
mend Swamll-Rio)t 10o ;1ita' re'1 -tffcrini
from kidney troubles -. I finlz. it ;if
forded nitme rr at relif
Yours very trulv.

Iloston. ;Ga .Jan 13:. 1949.
I)r Kilmer & Co tlinghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some tinu'w ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with
diabetes. I had were paiuis In my
lhak and hips. A friend re('ommended
Swamp-Root and I decided to give It
a trial. I obtained a bottle from a
druggi-t 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 ini
my Praise of this wonderful medicine
and it give me great ile..aure to gil*e
nmy testimonial In reaird to Its merits.
Former Mlai.or andt M.ienltr legl-.-
WeV hae silil Mr ilis.i'r,.e Siam|>p
I{o4 t t dlldI tll\ ;a-',Il -,i t it III :ts nu1 n
ls.-r oif ':i e- for k' *i,. Itr.itil. aiinid al
a wItl i .-rfel t .:ti l-f.actilln

':ains in their :back that S'.a,., iiit, K)
will cure- theni.
I w.i,s .o iad th'it \erv oft itai rii\
if' wSuld !:set' to L lp i I to ari,.
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Ional.(:; ille. fa.. Jan 26 I910*4
Or Kilim.r & Co. Itiighamton. N. V
(G is lenien: About four i,.ars aigo I
suffered from kidney trouble' and rhen-
nita.isn in my hip.-'. Th pain ai'roe-
mli back bec 'aie so sev.'re that I could
h'irdly straig.iten up aiid could noti
walk itlhout dragging my fe t I
would urinate frequently and would
have to rise two or three times duu i;ui
the night, causing nie to suffer from
loss of sleep Ajid with the pa in I
sas all run down and ltegan to los-e
afle'sh. I saw SwalmpnRoot advertised
and lioiiht onet bottle to try it. After
taking it I felt better and could sh.epa
all right at night I continued to take'
It until I had take-n' fosr hIlre- hlo'tl ,
I %was entliretl free from ami pain in
the hack amid began to gaini n I lIgstit
I aiwa' r. ',cinommind Swaraail, lit to
mi% fric-nds a- I think the' (cu'r In p.
case remarkaihl.-
Vour% \er\ %trli
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'% -# cl'I r I .rs lrevMig
ha it: i e'n r,'li', ..l ,of a inmilahr
tack I i.a't:r.all; ., eilit relief as t
fir.- fr, i' t S % .It' Ho, t
After ti-ini feouir if their larPlg
l4t'les. I w:t, ('(nsiil t't.'-lV restored d
w ii's t ion Ius l\ i li j andlg and pi
il:z St':ampWio' soot Tli w; w bw
i i.3 ,: t r. ;,asi It i; l. a had no indlac.tU
ief ., r,'tarn (of the' .ffliction.
.1c ( SMITH Jr.
Thirt' third degree Mams
VWaycross. Ga. Jan. 5. 1I.
Dr Kilmer & Co. Itinghtmtoo. NT.
SDear Sirs: During last Ortobt I
suffered from nmy kidneys
I consulted ni phi'sician, who P
scrilbed for aw.a but his treaty I
nIot i,-I. flt ntie After readilang M
Swaimp-Hoot literature I deCIie
il uIe it a trial After takln
do.-,s. I felIt sonitehat relieve Ie
after two ot.w-dollar ilttles id bi
take's. I had soi pain liiiid t i Was
1\ crd .( I hliae not had t heow
pain in iati lhak or bllpt lanu( M
is'. vn.i **ui-ri,' ir,. I rcan e
re'< aminaiti i S 'Ais' it{j nt to
-utfferinig from kni,. ittrourlble
a You"r- i.iv irultv
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A CLIERGY AN. 2* l" ur .""" wo Dottl ff W il
A CLEROYR AN. merchant. Mr. W. J. Elizer Aftgr

New Roads. La.. Jan. 22. 1909 Ing the medicine I felt like a a
Pr Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. man. ad each day rod e five l m *
Dear Sirs: I write today to the pub- teach school. You are at ibt I
lic that your Swamp-Root cured me use this letter. or refer any te o
of kidney trouble. I was almost past me. as I will always be glad ItoQ
going: having spasmodic spells with them what a wonderful remedy "
my kidneys that were breaking down SwamPrd-Rvt is. Mr. James I.la, t
my constitution. The best medical Saunderville, Ten.., is taking t os
Id was employed and they pronounced good results. Verv truly you1 .
ny trouble as alkali in the kidneys. Member TnAsse TGOMERslat.
but were unable to do me anyi pera-a Rural Rout N. 2. dgefl
nent good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root RESULTS IT HAS PROVIE.
and became a well man. This was six
\,.ars ago And I have had no trace of Dothan. Ala. an. 21. N
the trouble. Yours for suffering men. Dr. Kilmer & Co. ltinghamton. T.
RKV. R. TAYI.OR. Dear Sirs: IIIn been sfIT.
Pastor ilsl ti-t Church. Ne'w Road.-. It more or less front kidney trebl ler
S-- the last five years and was indued
MAIL CARRIER'S EXPERIENCE. try your Swamp-Root Am happy a
-- t .say, or give you testimonial, that i
hIlountsville. Tetlin has cured me I as a traveling mhe
I have I-een a rural letter carrier fo man for Messrs. Colgate & Co.. Nw
over five 'e.Ltr-. Some two ti ars a j York. and am always traveling oa.
was taken ith severe pains in no\ road. Drinking the different watm
back I used medicine from my fani- affected my kidnev's.
ily phy.-i'ian for several months wilh Yours respectfully.
out any Iwenefit. A friend. Mr .1. It SAMI'EL WOI.
Ne'lt-oi. advised me to try your S ii| ...
hoot. Iut I had no faith in it. I ta", A PROMINENT MASON.
tinued to grow scrse tanid at la-t dt'-
cide'd to try this rre.-d i 'tant liu al t I Jackson. Tes
of IAong lro. a flftv*'-cent t1t4l.. s' Ahi According to nliy \ieri'nce. I is
.ave nie great relief. I th'eni hboutli not consider tliher i- a:mithing to eel
two one-dollar bottle's. hihlt I (.11, Sw. :np isih t ftr kilt ;aff-'('tion.
truthfully say have comip,'tyl.y cured Twi'... it r. lie.\,.d Inel' he:a I n
me. coltilsl, telt ,.: 'l. --
Had it not t en for Suanmplll-t(t. I Ti,' l.a' t tiln. I V ia traveling h
.A'o.ld bhas'e h*e,'* a i'oi|le.lle l to (itil Ih "- Te v i i : ki le v-,. .Tcolme tI
'tlrzal fre., d. l.,..:.' .r\i<, f. ' I :. r' i I ,at I ifptr'id e--
I adl i:.e :ill nail ca:rrie r- who -.'t Vt .'!'" I,'-^" :t'""ii't"allied w

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DR. K 'LM:n
Dr. K"'aner's I.k- l ois o t
Sldt'wr.-. "o o y ,O So,

'r" ,fneld. Tells.
Dr Kilmer & ( Itiilharntoln. T
(;ientle'lln: I hardll know Bow i
expre-s tiy aiii re,'atiivm for the ge"
your Swampi Iotiia ilts ol nite i1
been greatly troublelhd with My Q
neys. and with pai, In tine back; a
with what the' doctors ternied lIL
mation of the, necck of the bladi.
Sometimes my hack would Sgt Ia ig
shape that I was almost helpuu I
had tried several doctors anmd .
enes to no good effect. and a" z
noticed in soniei pair where Dr%.
mer proposed to send a sample b1gf
of his kidney medicine. Swas"iOp
free by mail. I sent at once ai
ceived promptly a sample bottle.
ter taking It I found It did i d t.





s k"een in Pract.ce of Enter
gakery and Stealing Piss,
Cakes and *rtad.

thieves who hax,' I'*,n i I th
1000f enterinK the (;ain'-ill.'
i0. 6de their mistake Sunday
and instead entered the
r. Sce window adjoining. k
-kloYVe is the supposition that
Sthe fare alarm early Sunday
g" that summoned the' depart-
Ste Hill block. when one' of
= was found to bt burning
sa' t required only the u.se of
S' d the chemical engines to ex-
o the lames.
.M lag jOwens was making his
Iginds on Sunday morning
he 10t a smell of the smoke, and
At investigation revealed the fire..
"l i t have proved a serious
gl Sit seen discovered a few min-
as ar, being near the warehouse,
Sftbi r Hardware Company.
UN time past petty thieves
e been visiting the bakery l1,cated
bo b pUck effecting an entrance by
IM ik window,. but it Is thought
a* *ihbt was dark they easily
g t teI mistake of the window and
W hbsim entered dropped the
M tat Inited a pile of greasy
1mp snd caused the fire.


for Yeng Man Succumbe to
Dreaded Typhoid Fever.
Mr. W. T. Gill. the valued cashier
d t1 Bth-ern Express Company In
ft cety, died at the Odd Fellows"
bhlmrim on Sunday night from a
tened ase of typhoid fever. being
afMed to his bed for the past four

IM deceased had only been a citi-
m of this city a short while, but by
lh plmis and courteous treatment of
d1h cajM in contact with him. had
all- a amber of warm admiring
ilh- who will regret to learn of his

h Jaery 20th he was married to
0 Mihale Shawl of Alachua. and
1 t happy wedded life consisted of
6 a bw weeks, he having been con-
hi -#r the past four weeks to his
SWith the dreaded disease.
rury can ad attention was given
9 ind all that could be done to
l Ma his life was done for the pa-
l t nlter, but at 11:15 p. m.
th1y he expired, being surrounded
40* tie by his devoted wife.
&r. attendant nurses.
Dute a devoted wife. he leaves
Iir and mother, four brothers
I sisters to mourn his demise
ll wa a mmber of the F. O. E. No
11 *4 10. O. FP No. 11. and these
S Mgements.
Services will be held this
ait 9 a. m. from the First
church. Rev. 8. B. Rogers
Silgthe sermon, and concluded
S 6 bllg r cemetery under the'
hlmlI ceremony of the order of

ib all-bearers selected iy the'
lad Odd F'ellows are re,.e.ste.d
I s t the undertaking learlor of
n I. M nlna at 3, a ,,1 a. fellows

' IF MeCook. W IW Wh... W.
y John A Hobiorough, W. I'
and S. F She.ppard.

"gi**s, Attention.
0I e1bers of Sunih.rland A.rivh.
S144. are requeht,d to mu.,.t at thi.
1'0 r60 thl nioriiliig at V*. for
,0 % of atte',litig the fue. ral
10 S o our late. tIrtthi r. W T
S 1 .% liliK thre. r, l ill tp,

I&DMPHEy 1 s..,

0. O0 0. F.. Attention.

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Blind Tiger Liquor Causes Much The retail druggists of this country.
Trouble Around Alachua. as a class. are noted for their high
i Alachua News.) standard of Intelligence and honorable
The frequent cutting scrapes and dealing. but it is a well-known fact
all-round disorders which have lately that occasionally you will find one
taken place hereabouts show beyond who will try to sell you something else
doubt that cheap booze is either pur- when you call for a remedy of estab-
chased freely or sold with equal free- lished reputation. He forgets that
dom by some class of low-down law- your health Is more Important than
breakers who are able to carry on his pocketbook.
their nefarious traffic without dete<- For example, when you ask for Dr.
tion. All good citizens should be- Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kid-
come the aid of our ever-ready and ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, don't
faithful officers and help them in sup- let any druggist, drug clerk or store-
pressing an evil which has cost and keeper persuade you Into buying some-
will cost a great amount of sorrow. tuing else In its place. Every time
The editor is not a rabid prohibitionist he succeeds in selling you a worthless
by any means; he believes in a moder- substitute he makes more profit, but
ate partaking of an eventual stimu- you are numbugged at the expense of
lant. such as is advocated by many your health.
excellent and Intelligent, level-minded For many years we have watched
citizens,. but draws the line on the with much Interest the remarkable
illicit sale of mixtures of kero- record maintained by Dr. KUmer's
sene, gasoline and coloring mat- Swamp-Root. From the. very begin.
ter. which. Instead of strengthening ning. the proprietors had so m-ch

and cheering, will drive a man
Into a state of ferocious imbecility and
cause him to commit acts such as will
bring great sorrow to others and place
the maniacal perpetrator in durance
vile or worse.

Tom Brisban Dead.

It was reported in this city yester-
day that Ton Ilrisban. the well known
negro painter, was dead. He was only
recently comicted here of beating his
wife and raising a disturbance 'g-ner-
ally while on one of his drunken
sprees and he- wa. doing tim.' for this
act at the camps hen he succunmtbed.

Should be studied by every parent.
if your child is nervous. fretful. starts
In it's shel,. is pa.ty faced, has rings
under its eyve. alas t..eenis hungry.
Is not gaining weight. you can be sure
the trouble Is sorms. White's Cream
Vernaifuge is an absolute cure for
worms. Is It's own purgatilev Sold
by W M. Johilsou.

Off for Convention.
lir .1 I. Ke ll' a ndt I'lr'f G, NM
*\.. t i v I1 r .r a ll ifll, tg h nII ll1 .l.u (of
t.,. ,dci ati,,nal Int, r i...t iiil, ,ft \*t e

t( rd.e> f(.r l.. kd ('it l! h* t,"
II. t H lllil I l S t. tl. "* I oh :,t* ll o t
, ., tll, 1 ii|,, I 1 i 1' Iu1. l' liJi li .1' J l1' lit
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I'ake I..LAXV+\ IV : 1 I, ,
'ahele t l1t, I f' I : -, "I i i
it f.11- to rtil : W GIt()\I li g
,..oture tlo un each boa- 25c.
,.: ,, \. .i 1 t,| ;HlK r, u't -!

confidence Il 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
distressing cases 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 are constantly coming to Dr. Kll-
mer & Company. No one can doubt
such sincere and honest testimony.
Hwamp-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

Four Cases Up for Hearing on Monday
Monday was the buienst day with
Ma).\or lDaI for sonie weeks. he hav
ing four hiolatorz, aho engaged In a
general mix up on Saturday night, and
It ga. the* t he'e'-lv of Justice a chance
to again I urn
liarr Mullw.rr. whso gt too much
th ,ze., anid tarte-d the- difficulty, for
f.it-'d hi. ca.'h I bIond of $1o
Ike Thoujnli di r lrde-rl. irnifeiili
a. t.ed i id Sllps atnd cot
It. rth.i Ilradl,..v. arr ,t'.d n the-

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r -'t Cay of the Last Month of Con
test Starts off With a
Big Vote.

*i '" < u til -t
1!.s Ik>ri;n i lit (itv 1 .*.

.Nli t '.i b r ian e HaFil= ity I .. ,
.Mis Florrie. S. rickl, icl ".. '7 '.
Ni.. a mIlk ihtr,.%. < it. .,i ,-7 1 1
N I-4. Mairv Mc('orniick. cit. ",;. ,.,
.Nli- Alia Fenitn 11,. city. ..... .; 7 :",
.1Ni- Nantile' lickinson. city 7: ':;,
Miss .%:atwel Sanchez. (ity.... '
Miss Julia Carter. city .. ... .;. :.
Miss A. (roff. Newberry..... 39m.n
AMlis Je.sieh Kvans. city... .11..3'40
Miss EKstelle Heal, city....... 30..:.'
. uiss A Strickland. Waldo. .. 2..1.5>
Miss Emma Hudson. city .... 26.024)
Miss Annie le'vllle.......... 20.015
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs.. 14.200
Mlss Elvena Staf. Waldo..... 13.315
Miss Goldie Lambert. city.... 6.294)
Miss Lizzle Sheppard. Bell... 6.005
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590
Miss M. Fernandez., city...... 4.265
Mrs. A. W. Sargent.......... 4.130
Miss Mary Thigpin, city...... 3.850
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.650
Miss Ruby Albright ......... 3.100
Miss Kittle Tharin .......... 150

Ai,9sI*41 by Utt~id olmquls', baso; ROWd M~qIN=, e; NNs
1Riifrr-Kebmey, soprano; NevadavT" dirVows ,ams.
Ftill'l( CONCERT -*Moll &ia"5 DsiIme~, ONAeOWrm; eadq M 4~.m
laa*,-oilui; Tiai'meay tatitre, Artuuta' cuutsvt Twda ulj (m~ '
CkE Al 14 ON. w a tbrJaakouUaw zi;;;lhora~eewy btakimend v amid
I u~s tuk jaaIlmeaeuosjOriiw.Ira and soloida.
All-Vl~l' ntitingto Addfor mamake ecs, 6
tiM lf%. S A 'etod )j: "4 i mertatio.hng to m andlu tmae P. wks
--T. T. ELUGRE., hCrsaM, uuu F hML b.-I

SYou Can Be Carred A I

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The Kild To Have Amlway BouFt a wh has b
to use flr ever 80 years, has berne the i'-atwe f
Saad fs been made under hid -
sa ua Pil uerlslmice Ift tMiN.
Aflow As e teodeelve you In ta
All Counterfelts, Imltatlom sad "Jst srod" are I"bt
Experiments that trifle with and eisager the health of

O~torIa isa harmless fta r Casr 0U, l"
Arle, Dro and Soothift J iigs. 1 lmi. I
mttasimmeither Oplum MIrpha e ather M
-mbstane. Its ag te its gI" a e It deetre WO-w
ad )my IFeverishems. It eumes Drrhm al W
0o6e. It reeves Teething TreiMoes, a u .-_a_-a :
asd Flatuleany. It aulmiaeas the Feed ON
eagmch ad DBewe, giving healthy mad ftl.- du
T2e Chldi*r. Pagmgsa-Tihe Moetfer'k jutdn


The Kind You Hate AlnIs Bll

In Us For Ovw 80 Years.


The se.o.n is i now 4m WWe
arT illn po),itioll to slupply
your want- ill SI'( Till N
( largest stock of li~e'li'll
(;,1lks ill tlii- sel'tio of the'
St te'. %% iIt- v')l Itlb v
goods with

on them you know what
you are getting. REACH
signifies QUALITY.
A positive guarantee with
every article bearing tlhe
REACH name.
We invite comparison.

I-Wh lele WaR Ul
Wholly a4 RbIIL

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NEWS OF CITY AND -omach Bloo and

Liver TwubL 5T



buspduewo tordwo

bmin i-aminRasrem, DuwNap"ml,

M-9"1Hei~r -ook

~m~wakedsol&s hafr

-~ mA ~~~uwsrnpsabiul msw W
nm owi6 d36i


Claner Eat Main and Union Streets

Yhtroo m-*mt ybby Show was
lnow=bmasy hrman

46 a qme marne wO

Idehm to d of peo afhthate
S b'** w .** e

a uap whised the Drde Coanty
A be walk whih was p h
s besa ever lM In Dade ou0ty.

han to em uiarre o the roma
ftbain ordibs re OW that the
ham had teae in ruling the
mmmeant of kmW to defray
o espes as of the o e0 Anrm.

u s entered three homes Im M
asuVal vaiable watches and some
"~ 11of Tabs. it is not oftes
0, t pess of MiUmd are troubled
v i t .t .. of peopl.

A marriage. took plage in Tallahas-
whIave the happy oceasilon quite
Sh G of mmance. The bride camea
N these way from Holland to Tallahas-
Sa to maMrry her lover, who is now
employed as manageMr of the Amerl-
n Dell Tobses Compny.

At the reoJar weekly

meet in of

By calling and selecting a pair of
our now ostjilea iIn Ladies' O~tiurd T;,
MOn's i uAS('utb Of lett-Ot SiiAIlea.
Miss"' spticialp its usuatsissur Misioc
Tb~ee arte nem gemipd. Jisw t tie ii
factury jarice-l ,,Aol' r th1 ua& t.%# r .fe,
g'MMiS at- full) Vroat'a 'eu 1.An
Make nO Witlki- 1-. I i~th~iM Ad. 11AOa
al this offer
THE NAGNAE-r CAso414 '')5

the Duval County Commlasloners In-
stretonms were given the county engi-
neer to purchase vitriSed brick of
safleeat quantty to pave the Lam
Tarer road for a distance of one-half
mile. This work will represent the
nva brick paying of a Duval county
The msie fealty of the State Col-
lege sad the Mseal Club of Tallahas-
e are uniting form tn the arrange-
meet of a dellfhtful program for the
three ays' eatertalmet of the State
Muse Teaohers' Aaoclatlm whieh
wIN mvoe there ea the 12th of
AprI. A lNA e atendamee is ezpeted
a- p-eparatlos- are beta go or
a eordmll reception of all who attend.

Of good health hold prevent di 4
sees Istead of lettang themselves get
d*ek MAd try to uAre It. oso
as Imu hap yoar Uver, hovweo al
s smmb i a healthy sad active e.o
ditame 7O wvo't get lsck. BallIdi
Merbi rlleves constpation, naetiwv
Uver and a. srteaeh and bowel tree-
iea. oM ldby W. M. Johnson.
Shakespare and the Aster.
Why do we call Garrk-k a great se-
tort Because the box office of his
time acclatmed him one. Davies tells
Ua how his first performance of Rkch-
ard Ill was received with load and
retterated applause. How hls "look
and action whea be pronounced the
"OR with hiso bad; a mucSh ter sek-
"wwere o siullfcant and Important
from his visible enjoyment of the Ia-
kldent that several loud shouts of ap-
proatiton imprwlmed the triumph of
the actor and satisfaction of the ou-
dience." A modern purist would have
walked out uf the playbouse when his
ear was luaulted by ('Clbwr's tag. but
from a theater point of view It is a
good tag. and I have always thought
It a pity that S lanke.elware forgot tu
set It dtl1 t41%llii eef .i:.4l ft to. ('lbl.er
tbe burtli f ffl'i! lai; :!,!* liut Judge
Parry in 'erMbill 3!::;:l;.t

For COLDS and GR!P.
licks' CAPI'DINE is the beat reme-
dy reUeves the aching and feverish
mes--cures the cold and reatures
normal conditions. It's liquid--effects
Immediately. 0lc. 25c and WOc at drug

New 14.i in I.- w I ii're mark a i ou rii,'sie-d llv mife a do< -
ry ,of .'ll*l** I as1th r liI l 1u I !: .1i ,
kitiock ,,ff *-' I.-r ,.i ,t fr .- i'l

Fu.sl Him
t a i b I i ; t -i. I t lia
t'd,.. ii.1.,1.. ~If

I6iN S. salli IIo. t. an attrauti%,
oPuni lnal% of AIlg'uta. (a has- r
tried lin the c lt nnd will upineld e# %
eral dav. here vlitinK the family %it
her uncle. f1. I'. iolote'ln.
0. F. Rhawl. accomnpanited li% I'.
two daughter. MissEs Kdith and I.- 0i.
arrl%,ed In the cit. ste-rdma t '
pre'.cnt at the fuuliaral .'-rIt t4 ';.
of hi- .,Oi-In-lw. \V T (itll
I F. l mb. the ge nial propri, *, .
the htel I at Worthington Spring.. -.
amoiing the lsieltorn to the cilt 1.. t.
day Ie{ states that quite a good( mai)
people are now avalling thpems.rlves of
the opportunity to virit this popular
resort. *
Constipation causes headache. nau-
sea. dilsiness. languor, heart palpita-
tion. lrastlc physics grilp. sicken.
weaken the bowels and don't cure.
Doan's Regulets act gently Pr! <-ure
constlpation. 23 cents. A your
Dr. M. H. DePass made a business
trip to Archer yesterday. He was
accompanied on his return by Geo. L
Taylor, and they made the trip In
a little over one hour. remarkably
good time considering the wet and
nasty condition of the roads.
A telegram was received from Col.
Shields Warren, of the United States
land office, announcing the arrival of
a fine girl. which made her appear-
ance at Apalachicola on Monday morn-
ing. Both mother and child are re-
ported doing nicely, and the Receiver
feels his importance greatly.
Mal Haughton, one of the popular
students at the University. left Sun-
day for his home at Ocala. having re-
siglned as a member of the student
body. The Sun regrets to note the
departure of students before complet-
ing their collegiate course, several
having left since the Christmas boll-
Mrs. W. A. Roper, formerly Mrs.
Herman Schroder, of Denver, Col.. and
her niece. Mrs. R. E. Bemiss of
Tampa. are the guests of Mrs. H. H.
McCreary. Mrs. Roper is on her way
home from an extended visit to Tam.
pa. Cuba and the East Coast, and Mrs.
Bemiss Is accompanying her to Join
her husband, who has preceded her to
Denver. Mrs. Roper's Gainesville's
friends are delighted to see her again.

A 0wellle JawW

. -10 pretty a pleasat. Whether
It's causiled by euralgia. toothache or
sideMt, BaUard!9 Snow Lintment will
redee the swelitag and retleve tae
.. prest aSd are cure tor
rjLmP cumtas, ba s. bruises,

Tee Lteral.
"Well yes." said old Uncle Lasmen-
berry, who was Intimately acquainted
with most of the happenstances of the
vilUlage. "Almira Stang has broken off
her engagement with Charles Henry
Tootwiler. They'd be goin' together
for about eight years. during' which
time she had been lu.culatin' into him.
as you might call It, the beauties of
economy. But when she discovered
Just lately that be had learnt his leke.-
on so well that be had saved up 217
pairs of socks for her to darn Immedi-
ately after the wedding she 'peered to
conclude that he had taken her advice
a little too literally and broke off the
Meneymaking Frenchmen.
If you meet a family party In a
finely aPlihuted carriage on the island
of Montreal. tlne times out of ten It Is
a French family. That the French
can make uoine. hi!wn the.v give their
Uiluidle it l e "'game" the fafit '. 'he
leading family ,,f fir-' ; ;.; ; ": .-
reul ls French lIli.,iirt. Toroto C'a-
nadiatn Courier.
Nothing Dangoro0- / .o4t That.
llewitt f'ela. i'are, daltngerous. Jew
eit ()I. I dlon'tL know My % lf, re
e*vise u 1' Lr i llr ii fs ritu. n ni tui
that huer ii, li'.-r wonuatl I Ia: e to |,.t(
Uone hltr %i it New York l'rev.

o0 Twenty five years ago cotton %e-d
was thrown away as .i i)tlnlt ly w'rtli
I.-r ,. .- 'f l 1 fi ; V .. ) I
l ,, i r ii i I '
11, I .' ,. ,f '
,, l,,, ., t k l .- i I ,
i ; 1, f .. I II ir u li'*l i ^ Ir 'h itr .!1

k i, If t uhe u i< i .,4 tdl -a I SI a ll,
,f ..nf ,'utt lti v till p 4t ti:.l&!y
..i j.;.,t :d.

Muech acskkne starts with weak stowmech. and comes -
poor. impose rushed blood. Nervous end palepeopk :
good, rich. red hlood. Their stomachs need invilorat, I ,
lor, after all, a man can he so stronger than his stomet .
A remedv that makes the stomach strong and the Or
cti.e, makes rich red Mood and overcomes and a
oet diseas-*produeiog bacteria sad cures a whole multl- ..
tade of dieases.
Gef rtfdof year Se mi a Ire We akess
L;Isre L..':Iess oby ta&l#t a e Psfe oef
Dr. Pierce's Goldfel Medical DIserVey ..'-
thc great Steomack Resteoretive. ep
IaaIrorator Pawd l sead b e leesl d--
Yo can't afford to, accept any medicine of{ mseOs 'r. .-
aMIn;O'-, m% a *.ukIsltfe f r "il,)IJen M%le cal l)Dicov.- -
er," 'wh;i 'I ;% a mcreie ,- ,|1 C:,m(.Tiot, having ----.
a complete li t ofingredient- in plain English on its hot-
tie-wrjap'cr, peme heing atteJted as correct under oath.
Dr. P'eIrF' PAr.s.-st P ".-f, tr-ute ad IArvfr SWe ac. Livw er aL s






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Gr&iq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
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- b Ha f 13 1 1im ENk ;;*tpIr,vI :~'

w. pablithed e'ery mornitx C -
dAI.edby arTer in the city. Oi
-- tesh te'ntrd Statre. postage
VSIImW. h aiE month: f1 14 three
l *ipS f lr rve week-=trictly to

Sk locl cohtnimn itrcntt- a ne
,A ea Vt for each additional
= 7-l Aldvertiting made known on

jWek pan an eisht paie frtv
published e ery MNolay an'l
"gi a.ta-s all the news of the
S Lge sad general, and will be
lftee. tomay part of the United
CW0.b for 1 aeo year-is advance.
illsbecom due after firu
SuverytisjMeit. usale othberwae
0selet. Pairtieee t kown ton
pay for advetlwml in ad-

*ij y fy., Seth iBullock and the'
plt ders have a chance now to
g Yg"eslves in small print.

S ina Booevelt has conquered At-
aS jb le sit down like Alexander
gd w because there are no more
iosa to reform'

OgMty division is going to demand
O* W tilo of the Legislature to a
p a tent at the coming session
Sgift has since the adoption of the
a datio n la 18 65. -

the Wbsag cup presented to Mr.
ilr by his a colored sympathizers
S*l Browasvillle case must seem a
pe aspemstlon for all he lost by
1h vesey of that case.

tb seww President has for the last
$ wr *ve days shaken hands
I at or twelve thousand of his
gpy o and countrywomen. find-
* @g p s an exercise quite unnecesi-

tbe labdlad News says the only
MAle htg to do Is to bring our
ainIwe Iet to Florida to inaugu-
SOtin, where March weather is
i ft r such open-air functions.
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entertainment of the visitors ai at
HI. La Crawford. Secretary the inauguration of President Thft.
9 IBis ha been elected Grand But the blizzard upset everything.
M r of the Knights of Pythias Hundreds of people never even left
Or I Julediekm oOFlorida. The the Washington railway station but
W Let bi has thus honored itself took the next train home. Hundreds
h1in- Mr. Crawford. arrived from ten to thirty hours late.
I'he Annapolis cadets, only thirty
in M la is not only fortunate in miles distant, were utterly lost en
SAllltOdeepest water of any port on route on the cars and the lines be-
mwlO Coast, but equally so in ing down there was no comnmunica-
bf ichb a metropolitan morning tion with them from the .Naal Acadc-
U9 W Jasn The dailyy Journal. ,my or from Washington. The Presi-
Ji by the brilliant Frank .Mayes. dent graciously reviewed a few be-
lated. straggling companies, regl-
A t will be made at the com- ments and batallions on the days fol-
s 1als0 of the Letgislature, to p'r- lowing that set for the inaugural pa-
Sth6e killing of quail In Alachua rade
E ?Iaa counties three da)s in -
b ek during the entire year. Pne.unionia is raging among the
i- a* doubt if the party deliiring soldiers and (itizeni who w.re Tni
i k ltUon will be able to get WVashington oni and alout March 4th
I INrA of the legislature to intro- There' at no parade to speak of.
These n ali coiild not niarch in the
t Glv n water and lush that sumenrrged
I Yelvston form of go'rnienti l i lt, i, tada. but
T l a hl5siuris if F'e- P**nns lianl aa enue on that da' hut
I bll M i a bein urge iiit i i i iiz d c.aUghlt ti.lli ill th
t IIIaany., and inasiauch as the -l
Alad Of th it) ar d i i ilk.-. around tihe ale stl< ta> ailfd ina
of that ita M d irui f their teliao rar e >.t.rt.e I. ald it is
"'ot O sof sOm e h characte.r than t li rt-1,1rl, ali l
04 J tiafactor) iami t re of ptrolable will 11 aa ,e e han fell I
Sn Tid h r t e aI l a < i.r t'e rlirs...t I r..-s
O WM will be wati,. ~ Io lia~ ll, uit tei (-c Uia. are- tar ttae- it, Ileoltll
i- '-l O 11lms itm It e Ih r l h ll l ltl t for, th 1.
1" s a nf t ienud their hart.-r .m, rat 1i43i, A tri t ta- h,. ail A l
l l hIvie fur a 6tailWiilIir.h..........n.. ..* th.-. .. .- l* le r l.
^ Me u a r iii lh., I. .2 1, ,. ,

1'hedtorofThe. Sun A eIlII"n
ta' Tallaha1,,.,., 1, a a i-tail to
bb ** state.,i~trfeaata
1S~ ddiatri, il I o
bS e-ar firti1 ll a 1& (t4i el
feilatii.- t 1" 'act.e 00,11a ,
t~ hstink 1 "1iaoIAsII.e I.a't d '

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t111e 1Ae~ I I tI Iah 11tee -I* tII ita'ettc eI kiViaelI [

Maal at1a1M 4Ig i t accaa I C.Ielit
How's Thes'
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I fI t 4 ofI ''eta.\i aIon w*,t yIt mIi. t -el

NI r VaI ,t ea u k tee, to%% cr11.~ii i 'l- ie in

1-:1iiteir -:, I 11111.'3a11 gratd III'.-I) cre t IeI
phr '4' snt hwtakI" I'- l'% 1 I. R, IIIt I I

I a' i t hitil 1i1111. --. i l I-,,l i .iit \ "
ri, i' in ii ari. s ;i- lr IH{ it tii-. ;iiet
i-- tlint -**i- k tFre', ihi. Jtiut -ei :ik-
the ni t. % % ide.I I--il l f t all l.iattigUiiga
anill his lotingt eM-rienei,' in Washinig
ton as Senator and Vice-President
and hi social career in which Mrs

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an tli il t i i i ke I t i ',,,i
A iekii' .ill Ii m o\i $.| ;ell iii,ill e 4\ r.ir I *
ilig ItillI f<-;it <1 r, ,1 i t .,1 1 i1ili 1k -
t I \ 1I% i, t' A 1 ti< -. I t 1 .1
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i,'t o t!i< Ie- ini i t C lri-tianaI ;t--ai 1.1
tio | i ti'r l il\ -I" it 1 $ .'l2 1i o..i e,. Th
i o -ri, erint |o( ititi vH t :. .,'; ,
Ith I i. l i ll i.. I r, l ii l e i'a a i .. t. .
I'mr l'n(lat w -uripr
ir ii *l*i % f- i i enIi t-,.
T h .- Of I rl,.tii-. l'ir'-i lii, ...
0"( ,r ,'ff,.rt- :it tariff rforlrlin are' e
1< -ieted to ti just tihl' o(p|iosi.it' to tho-.
of France. It is understood that lPre. S
ident Taft believes that rev isioni
-hould t e loinward-that is too say. a
reduction shotild he made in all sched-
ules that are now higher than reason-
able protection demands. The condi-
tion of the treasury does not p1ermlt
of any tampering with the schedule.,
that yield revenue. although it would
not be illogical to increase the duties
prescribed in such schedule- an the
money is actually r,-eded.-
The Springfield Republican says.
"Congressman Crumpacker's sensible
ideas concerning elections and inaugu-
rations deserve to spread among his
colleagues. He wisely advocates
bringing presidential elections. inaugu-
rations of the President-elect. and the
assembling of the Congress chosen at
the same time as the President. with-
in the period of the autumn Elect.
inaugurate. assemble between Septem-
her and New Year's. In brief. Such
a change would meet all the present
difficulties of March weather. com-
press within reasonable limits a ted-
iously long-drawn-out process and
bring the government, both executive
and Congressional. into closer touch
with the country. The idea of post-
poning inaugurations of Presidents-
elect a month or more, while leaving
everything else on the old basis. can-
not stand criticism."

Never before was such a splendid
inauguration planned or so much mon-
ey expended in preparation for the
parade, fire works, the ball. and the

toOs-W ucu All wmLbD.af
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4 .L661 G&~ SalW&h

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TUS. DuWVAhgIAM AM3 I5. Is edmbej
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Eaesslyadpdforwelakw uw
gwrtfitutims:; lengths te eamai ge mde"
all 6.rUeeumftofMS@teI fI boy.
Mrs. sods Cmm. CaftalsA=m.i
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go". soad fth fam
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Tampa & Jacksonville Rail'

zrrorCvE DuO. rI. EM.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ................... 10:10 a
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4.:0 p l
Leave Cainefville for Sam pson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:.00 p
Returning, arrive Qainesville .... ............ 9:80 p

Fairbanks has borne a brilliant part.
'ill peculiarly fit him to displense
money and courtesies at the Court of
Saint James.

George Hruce Cortelyou. who rose
from a Government stenographer to
a cabinet position. will now devote
his attention to making money as a
corporation lawyer, thus reversing the
usual order which rules that a man
shall become rich first and distin-
guished afterward.

Protect Your

Laited Ho iNj

The only approved way to
do this is to secure a com-
plete Abstract of Title to
each piece of land you
claim, and see that the title
is perfect. A few dollars
spent this way will save you
many times the amount in
cash and the satisfaction
that you get from the
knowledge that your titles
are clear is worth more than
the price.
Morlnd: Do not worry abut
your title, but have an Ab-

CaicviWlnO Florida

o the es T and %orteat.

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SPAl(B.Al11 FI.D1R IA LIM1'IT1l,

Si'V I'lil 1A FAST .Al
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any Agent Srahoard orv write S C p '1 L TO)N Jr Assistant
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonvil'e F .,idA
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miwre y ity.

boeeMf lbe esmeeded to be the
r as wefl a the most
iMdy b the Iterwor of Por-
M& I la Iemned a the very eater
fft ftha haobk way between the At-
M af Ooasta, srrouaded by
Soea me*k fertlMty as to be capable
* i a geat variety of erops.
b emrt of th truck-growiBg.
me aval stores belt. She
t- 1a-aational advaatages
f tfee, o od cbbare., wit h
ag" va n superiorto aay
t AtOM hm IbseIsFwa. wih Mlf

,a. .me wi.tk ha
ere W mab a Mg
e t pi--thla ae dto ol a
,IjI t "- V au ae's
do5a Do NOa Hopper. War.
ft --e M m. a -of
NOWowppegavis mvery-
4 smmer sh the the at es a

amese b be the S.te
Ia i f m Iatf doe -
".eftvery inss.

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11'u^^^M^o IB^r .

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r w- dub&.
Two -
A ulueye aemSeoar.
LW" Jewalry tores.

des laundris.
Two Adveat ehurches.
a dafty ewapaper.
Two haware stores.
100 nemalw pbyskle&B.
mBaptit strches.
0o ec!d tOwage plant
Oae vtkly uewslpaper.
aSev4a dry sma stores.
Tha vwe cld drink stands.
O& *eltrer Ught plant.
Thrje black ih shop.
TL- rr.!lay's systems.
!':,:.t Luttokest orders.
Two episcopal churches.
United States land otcv.
Ose chemical laboratory.
Tkilrteea Sunday school.
Two veterinary surgt-ons.
Ore Prembyte*rlan htr.ch
Two clgar manufactories.
Four real t vtate agK.Iie<.
Voluuttwr fire dr|>arturitt.
Serarl tuntwr c |mpailaul
Threw 't| h, l, fitir,| A bras. batd uK1au!4atiOnl
Two phoutrraphb gall,*rir
Two moving picture ahows.
Plurtda Whater Chautauqua.
One semi-Seekly Sewspaper.
ie a uife saouma ageucsa.

First-clai, sewerage s'ytem.
Two fertillaer manufactcries.
PFve fire aurance ageneles.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading room.
Hardwood Manufactnring Plant.
Agricultural Experiment Station.
Florida Winter BIble Conference.
Five drmuemaking e tahbtlhments.
National Odd F.llow' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establlshmeintm.
Two of the be t hotels In the In
Two wholesale grain and feed
Two wholesale grocery ebtabllh.-
Water "that has made GOainesille
The Onest opera bou.e In the State
outside of JackWonrllle
A Government building onon to be
erected to cost when completed
arpeunters. maonas, plasterers.
painters. printers, machinlat. and la-
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granolithlc sidewalks tha any other
towu In the Interior of the State.
An $UOO court bouse built of brick
mad stom-a beautiful structure-and
the lwum, lover beds, shrubbery,
Colmfderate momumeat, etc., surround.
te8 It. make It a most attractve plc-


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StatO aN

Oft" em Gavsftee Nam mo-m Duo


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The Bi

se Cn

The Cc



ich a Resident of Alachua County Wl

arded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

cates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished I

ush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repe-

ves of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mialm,

intest to be Conducted by THE SUN i

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the penm
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.

April 15th, 1909

* : : : : : 0 : : : 0 0 : :
* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
Due Bills, same to be wed
These due bills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To fI it iu u hm t s ft 6 hiuW vis, a hM for d sr *..... ..6-LV
To soseukrus iiubOqlrlUlNOesl s a, abeWforuadf Iwr...... .17U
To asmn r fIt mm h w aw N r asf f ar.......0 .- $1 81
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pm-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects ther-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into their establlshmenut for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Cs.
Phifer *ror
Hyde A Tench.
WhereM Votes May Be Cast
Balot boxes will be found In the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Oalnesvllle, Florida.

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Rules and Reguladom
1. The contest is open to anyone UTivM i
Alachua county who is known by the cosdsW
of the contest or vouched for by saone rep t
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or relative of the P
prietors of the above-named firms are eligibleW
participate in this contest, and will particlpa 1B
no manner.
3. In the event of a mlsunaerstandilng betW-
candidates or others Interested in this c Ils
such controversy may be referred to the6C
doctors of contest, who alone are tbt W9lr01
qualified to render dectl.-.'ri
4. In the event a candidate decides to itb'
draw from the race. such candidate sillU oD be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of anothW
candidate in the c-.ntst.


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

toll sulbbe'i
400 votes

$2.50-Six months' subscription....................... 1,000 votes
$6.00--One year's subscription .............. ........ 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptious (before April 1, 1909) .25.000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes


$1.00 One yp a'b subicriptil. ................
F i a li.b ul tVt- ouIt-ytear su bscriptui .. .

500 vTO
1.200 I*M
3.500 1ot
30.000 vote
30.000 vo9




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Sol cit ng vote. by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is u desire by the pfr)t
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I. fle I'AIIA StN: (4AIN."S1'I1f1E. FLORIDA,, IARcl If;,. 19(1

TE WORLD. fffleLE n,10 LADY
Ipp ars &"d Air Co~to Ias Strength Restored By
Too @r lethe. 1%Vinci
d osri is14I11p1 sod"I'd r%. Mlehl- 1', tocm of Lev1i'~ntw'
yq-ormt. ~tuPd ho1oI 10- 1f :I-.ta'
= I d of tloo IRIlqmth* 1. KIli si' h 1---n so feeble that
OW 141.4004 itloor. I 'have. bad to ho' I-I I around in
It 10 htisave I''5~'*". an 1n, alid's bha~r I ha ,I Rno str-li
aw PM" an bteIllmd ttewik cPI-ii :. the tllhte pro'.(iA.
thr011:1 114.SAIPtion, Wbii h iis'.abaaty ite-t ledon may
If .osothr'ath toler 1.110-l .>.aid a cii IL %wildj r'-dit M y
0 h fr.)m t,$ *I I a. I, V.\*i a 1 ''I
0 gog il :I f4' i ie?-. f r It I .,v" 1 1) 11i14 1
d~el e5th4~'ii*II riapidly. au-I tar 1-.v No'x; 1( 4
sa I arn a, 'I-, ti~ni i. iO' Iil
nit!' *'o..f I n(f V. 1: ~ i I' i' *t mile -Ji
foFI.'ta:(-l!-N i cry L' (r :11\i r-')'! who i ,
all its V m. -c 9'rto''h I2!, ''V 'V~a.. I a -1
dr7 F~S ~~O t it' ~di.-I' "I ~'hv hat It bas done for
SN e el f L:r I li I As a Lcily tihildf-r and istreng-h ceie-
,1FMan,] sriot 4 1%Itor for old pt ople'. delicate chlldrin,
-is the isaierio'I. h I wenak. run-dlr~ i persons. and aft t.
0. ~ j wair .L i.w ,:: jr r sikne-t~. 1'nol I" unexcelled. If It
the s~e olmltl~le falls to give satiafactoa we vwIU re-
twwaer4111111111.,turn your mosey.
*9 Ikmelu 0O a1414. W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist.
Yf &00M e"the. Gainesville.
ki w ik a Mile. fiild III
6- water will have 41":111 Did the Best He Could.
pig #e faet of the 100)"i. Tv1 th iE eec ct-ii the ro'.rul~arly P-p.
* jm m ad oxygen inIIItl- at- fweeelued sitpkeiuati, iit. r. Mmkint'rukts
sign aWdlaualillslitllKnil th'I 1usd rt-luet s at i' (*ytaeis~timd it)ua~lke a
It is b so Inippre' lslameelo'arf'e lort'.saawitleali Pie'v.h
At d Will coarse wilsvu Ilie al r "'M Iiss; ls:' mn." ho .'-:041i. **U 'a r;i.
Ia *s so"dothat no (14'3 fsireU' WCsafto'lt It Lmamy er- fin ussnatt* li.toto
1 100 b.'tbe, It al11l I '.e 1Thu* fulfil) theI etiiloa! rrzaothls~ig the' geeva '.5
Mj uson Iwben heworld io:i im, st duty oif of liaif ling aaj ato.'ro:a.
SThat will lee t t, 'por-il 41 ulkoyli liise ( mmiolll %%III ,lIs I lia '
*w aud then will e-.mnae de i h -Is r. km toil. I ii "ssnt- i5. tn !I.4' ii, .
md A. 3'retor. mIlse i MiF'5 Iliti y13''4lf. tfor the rv..1':i,:
~~thast- la s .ai~rt. ab I niny setay. It fasli t.,o

hbtag job printing done at
go sce are entitled to one
btoBgbh & Safford Piano Con-
mbrc ceot paiMd for such
90tt fOrget this when In need
tatUsery. Read the ad-
t giving particulars re-
thm eostest and vote for the

Idysppals or ihidiiKo-tioii far
No appetite. and hat I did v.at
lMime terribly Iturdork I cored. 1. I II \Valk.r
y. Aio

N. Norton

OfIhlks, Stationer)
'A uher P urC

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S h stUkerty St


hu ad Rebuilder

m furiabel Promptly and All
Work Guarant.rie*



Cakes and

S Pies
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toy lot to) -40 ~. cmtoo s wimak. ftle 114
Ffl'i.ao''s citto( a im -. mw liiitIhoe' n'sur
olives of tlIso.%e 1t),"'1140111- ito.UtIII oass I
Lavi~e weaslo lvo to, refer tu-two~ro' for lc".
-s Inthim ciintsaectitau. t' little hr Ait LiiItlhe
besbt whli".if I s11.1%. so, l~'IsII *
-i tct., If 4 I i 1114"4 b. w wIla %t. 4o1lul111e04-41 to iLre-t IsI
en w lI ir flto i oee'i :11t4'-1.t441 t 14-1141'-. V
114 t t Ia ot ne tit.II IIIm4 so131Ili Ug et ft1.'
kinid. citourse'. lout m,4ix t tolie or ct-.,.
a t~oakec'nf oef with %Itlii It fewt r.-
inasrke,.. M ki ;tIIi,.l:s ii. it i- iuii. rs
IilensanItt '.irpi-iit.4too trmll %.-,it I ill-I 'd'
wtchl liii *11141a ls~t. I II 1aIa.e *
(*li( a ~e'I nrouiva~.

I LI T K Af.ari "L.
i',o fly \l ",I- of ,I,.. ( t \f 1,' I;.t| ,r *
; ai ai n i,,.lilate for City .ar-l,:il,
for r, ot:ion oin April 1.'. I .;.a\
,q 'r oi|l the ,, >i; fa.'h1 full. aml fd f Ti
i-,nthl nil:ht :a:TI d:.a, and rln r.' Tor
is (r1n for ioIe tio.
If my F:,rt i- during the IaOt yeai
has le,,-n satisfartor, I a'k the" Pull
gicrt and vnte- of enrh nt,|l ,',, r .j
7 'TI T l,1i I- I u;.lifl | I ( :lli ,i, ;
pr ,nill h ti. ;; *tile' i ;.i4 I hli. i
*. de'a or(d I to, gie in tht' i: i-t
Yuurp for ord( r.

I take' this method of itiforminog the
public tLat I ain a candidate, for City
Marshal at the election to Itw hbold on
April 13, 19o9. i respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespectike
of party affiliation, and promise to
I faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the office should 1 be
'lhect*ed Re-sptctfully.

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
effce without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir
respective of party afflfatlm.

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1t09. lHa ig l-,.en Tax As
-es-sor for four years. I am fully pre-
,,ared to fill the office, as my record
will show. lthe city assessment hav-
ing been incrvta-ed in that time from
a little ovir $6o0.040) to over $1,000,000.
I a> piseented from running for this
)ffi< e last year on account of sickness.
itd now respectfully solicit your

Returned by the Glacier. ro the Voters of Gainesville:
Oin. tf h,'i.- trit tiatin'. .- ,.it re'' r.l i hereby announce that I am a can-
#.f is I" *ly ri..I I v, l a i '. i- .. i i I.ate, for re-election to the office of
1i i:t ,,f I..ll,. mi.i:,.l .,., 1.,i,,. ,i ".it frax Asse ao.r for the year 19(0 .
1 n lithe election to be held on April the
1\ r "r "V I ; l,,\\!, I V lll ,l.l \ Illl, l,' :.lnl
S:tih a I mo-t earnestly request you
,-.A1 li ;! I,:' *;.j. i' i l ,,..: i 1 to. gi e nite )our vote and support
r-. Itia' lIr I ',Ii l.- .,.,1 ib it Thanking you for your past endorse-
lI' ,n.l <,f I.. ;. 5' r i:hll I.. r.i I: went, I remain, Yours very truly,
t I' h to 1 !,. l'i fr'\ '. ..irv "'lii i l { ( (' h..b tt i.
1 i'. i '.t i < ll' iii*'l i) I' I I. I'l'l ____
e' : ie 1 f rt, .* i. It. ti. ,. i ,* Race Suicide
I :. i.hAi ll., I. 10 '' I ilf I. not nearly the menace to increase
In 1-.' li e': sI \r' c 'l:hit '- I, in population that deaths anong lt.
li a : ,I i r Il ji-?* I'..,.' ..* .r. .f lt n o,. light out (if to-n of these
11., lrieth r r<'. .i ,- l a tl.h r.r :i ,.,' I d,.ath are directly or indirectly caused
thl. I.ni;i,,r .,f Cht:iis.muitl tliit the IIl Ihv lo ',el ,roubll-s McGe'.s BIaby
;, .i t.il f:. ..11 i;S i .1- .: I l :h ir cure-s, diarrhoea. di.sentary.
Was iu11:11 t t Hi-s '; .2 i] r ;
e',,ial.I lI, r.' ,,1 i. 'v <,' tsi; Ih. t'oir -twnoi a'h and all infanit ailments
clhiief. :isil i 1,.1 p i.., !* :* ; e ,, 'of thii liature .Ihist the thing for
alil .shui :i- o i-. i Ie s I i teething babies Price 23c and 0oc iwer
ti.,l II thr-- t1. :s;iol*. to.' r. *'I,-uE bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
S .._.*. . .. ..

Ti t10% 6., I.r UHII o'0li~

lor Ldh"" a"4 Cibmr
TM. KWm YINNave AM* 800q
Bears th'u
&guatur. ~A71o4

T~ ~i~t rir rathoot tr alc at tIIM-

.'.o *IIt% l t All seeiliir- alid 140r
W .o~ I i -. ii lard mai~vhiuo.-

Jill( 1'%X
it' c H A II5-4i

I)V.l1) rWIIOkF-'T14, to OF CHAPTKHp
No~k-c In' herethi given that(1). F. 1-blacio.
19g-tawt'ar of Tax &CertifiCate No. "I.
dated the Gib da) Of AUirSI. A Ui.110".
hasDiled staid certUOSI i0 MY 111Ce.
and bab made stopllcatioa for tax deed
to kmsuc in ccofldswe with law. Sald cerUfi-
ernie embraces the folowilw desribed sprop
ertV uh"LC4 Iein A Iabus ouflty. 13iorstow. It:
W %, of N 4 Se"'iTv It. S K 16.
The %4kIi land tocigW aawbeowed at the date of
tic i*&uSPce of such cer~ificate In the name of
ii C Carter
t'nieiu.m %awl certificate %hiall ic redeemed ae
5.. I&* n ax tcdeel aIII iwioue thereon os
Liar osib dy I A lt AaiA 1) 1WO14
Witto." u. %dimEin~ts ..:roturo- and sealthis.

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1 4 .1 ,' j N. oI P1,3 i1 I A l o' i 1 I' j VF 1

J'ji*ge 'AlIt)%
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fr-l:l-rK S. JORIIAN.



IFire, Life and Accident

t et' e ~~e~d'.ttII-

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i a he oldest&ad bett
somp~m aI;:


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ill. I-n iI T al:~v.sil te-T tI. li nfl.smmnution-..adiseased cr'nditioaud
%% ,~thi '1'.Nt;! it-, in '-ilaiment anti strenz.~th ner. t%.tr, cISus.
r I. ~.IUric at )'.1,ant irritat-. t~,,inflasinnsiatuy am i"ul
r ~~ ito, w i~e i:of .dai sit A lirrevuattiv.sr.j ,and then insteumi
.I :~ ~".rstn"t~eii ~'. ~ 1'. 1it:it..tvanti inflame.the
.,r:. '~ .:. j'~ l .'v- 4,f its im-pn ure, acrid
n r. ''r, 1- -v .i,:v c.- (3.1 u-mtl evt.'rvpam-tide of
-~J!, .- sntt') ie 10y ) 1.' ti. aof the tWi-lie, rinifit s and
in ', s v tl,e W, 1'~, and cr-leti;) tlIyd nr.ives .m
f* .*;.,l~ tA~r,..lian ,r1nLb, soothing lotions, etc., may
-Y rt: :'-iSaid cr,niioert th..:v fir iulI. l"t a cure cannot
r l- ~r ~' !the c. .It m-t~s tVie blood of everjr
a ri; hl he. t'h sustaining Mlid, to btirng permanenti
rod '~a1'" ,- s' suffer %with Rbcuniauaam ikpuk on Rheunma-

tUsm aar asy as .i ;...- ft *t all who write.



It pMy' th,- farnner to plant only the best. It's a
ques4tioii ot of "*how cheap," but of "how good."

We on nIow ti.-Akig order, f,,r lea- andl other re to btdeedr. We
11 ,i* tglad to m-wnd i ju p w o iwqm qa .



Bush & Safford The Gainesvifle Sum I



5 V"0TE3S

IThi' t'oipon mamy lit cw4 at Thatsun 4,"dir. or at efth.'r of tise as..m m.
n.e ttemt withs the' onto'pl. INOT (.iOD ATr= MARCH 19,9W


The Lng Distance Syste

One of the meet valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, sla our nnec-
rion with the extensive long distance
ones of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
Jistance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
:onnect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Iell Telephone system Is
These long distance lines are of the
most modern and Improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high
state of efftilency. The Iell systems.

operating In varlouews eleas of S
muntry, *ar unIfrm In their e*d
meant and in their methods ef aeps
Only by reasIn of this eleles rWe
arrangement betwea the 6oll Tale.
phone oempanles is it peslble te p to
a Sell Telephone alllt all n~ywh
ask for "LeAg aDitanee" and be pat is
communletie.n with almost may palft
in the emoutry.
This vast matwork of wires, rekdl
Ing thrugh*t the nates, I b ead
daily l* Aemmeree and 9r easlal pop
pose by the beaker, the farmer sad
citimaas In all walks of life and o
plant here to a Imprtant link thi
great ahael.

Southern Bell Telephone I

and Telegraph Company



Groceriesand Grain

No Order
leth PhMs 215

Too Large

Feed and Sale


lmWage s, Supplies

'Rosw I Oliver





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eoni Cjiect

~~ Old1.~et

~a j~eapine 6ichi
cae tt1w C 4te Com







- -ead sod What Is Go.

.. ... .
a I** *p*-Po oall and
OaWN tmsof the City.

a i ticket at Rutherford',

ord of Micanopy visited

Sl iMowell of Newberry was
as of yMterday.
George C. Crom of Ocala
MM the visitors to the city.
Saik. cream,. butter-milk and
Vhone 261. East End dair%.
g1 theW opening of Mrs. M. J
on Wedn..eda. and Thurs-

M N. A. llexley of HIlisi
was a visitor to the cit .ye's-

I U have amy SIpring Milliier.)
/t lItli and 19h. Mr.- S. \W

ahu'sMarch PltlI and O1'th

1& Usloiag plctute- aced
b~toatbI in hip. soudelerItl t
NM Nectrlc Ttieoure


N; I

hi and Mrs L. Moe1ti: ie r\ of
were among thel shtiopper.
the city yesterday.
JLEW Bod!ford Ie.ft e t'te'rda. for
Ivts a.. *her. 1,- will atte.id busi
V tfteo e for the next st.e\ral

sctric Theatre biggest ,
iS the country for ten cents
Suiarl of the late, t and
tW. te great trailer

xhii ci
%I o-

IMW~w'sSweet Pjwder% for Clild en.
sewftafi it fur Feverlabmeft. He adacew.
6945L ai 5.uugwolwerm' They
L~.?"Ubseimrd.Tey ate ~and
IMUS FAL old by a.)drunuts 5Me.
lft 5km t &eft4 -sa ubmeiutei.

Ced.ar Ke ey..-t r r da:. aj eight.
at iutherford. Ite-stiaura:it.

tiad,' at Itutitl i f,,r ** It. -t .ai i 1
It 1) F', ,I \X 1 w ... N i
11itilIK l'i Ill tit Ib \ t, ?"
T (' l ,I I n ,t I t i ;
tra acttliK I'llli' -- i1 ti -

(;i d *'. i lr-, iti l it o, ril lx..t
tired Itlugg for s;l.1 AIIi to .I

*t ir, e .

1 *.. l.. ... .... .. ,, .. ..

h -'l I, (III M ;Ir, hi l t i i I. I It
T I .,!
.*'* i rf, t ; it l (,rL. it : ,
Riblbotn V;in !. aii t l : RI .il I iii
flaor.- Pure' :1i, hl,at. '
G R Ellis. l.ft ye'-?lerda;\ tr i ;i).'-
around Alachita. where he v ll :*# .1..
sent for the n-xt fe-s da.-.
Plank's Chill Tonic i" guaranteed to
cure chills,. fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 25e. Sold by W. M. Jotnsom.
The many friends of Sam la onard
will regret to learn that he' it confined
to his home In this city by sickne.s.
F. Viering. organizer for the F. 0. E.
of Florida. left e-sterda. for Sanford.
where he will institute an aerie to-
Mrs Carlton. the accomninodating
|ostinistres of Micanolpi. sas tran,--
acting hbulinies., in the- city ,.st,.rdaz\
and gre',tling her many friends.
Miss Relle Chitty of Micanopy ar-
ried III the. clt >,.st,.rtay and will
spind the next several days he-re' iSt
ing her sister and other relatives.
Go through the grand Western coun.
try with John Ennor tonight at the
Electric Theatre and aloo enjoy the
motion pictures All for ten cents
Our grand opening takes place on
Wed ne.day and Thursday. Come
around to the new shop and get the
rice-.. and st. Ihe.. Mrs. .1. J. Pattr

I ant offering .- % ,eral standardd ihak,.-:
of upright pianos at bargain prices'
while they las.t. If contemplating buy-
ilg a pi 1 ti ) o 'rtain i to get 111i
iprit,'- \V 1. tHill

C.ilt!.agt. crates; iawn slats; two-
jopi-(ce hliads -manufacture our usual
s iatlard of et\.ile.ice.. Ask our lo-
.Melton lun er Co. Micanolp Fla.

I; \\ ilot.tlite of (Micaiiopy wa- in
the' ,it t-. te rdalt lie I It o I le
>f ttie l;irgr e tlruc ki1e. of tIiat ,t.-e tio.i,
and hal imadet i g.tild .u(''cce-- of tIl
iul-ilin t -r 'Il *i n *'ac(lim in g 'ligag '(
i1 tie' Mo'ation *"
Five roolti cottage to rent oin block
:ljiiiiiitgK 'lua.re. fortnerrly (Mlupiedd
b) \W. I. l.Grande: city wat r. ele.w
tried lIght. sewerage. bath. atd all
modern convenience'(' Apply to Mrs
11. I. McCreary or Sun office.

Th" Woman, For, ign Mi.-:,ion;ar So
('i.tq will hol!' th. ir regular monthly
ie'eting in Fir t Methodist church thips
afternoon at :: ::i*o coielk Aln hitlr
.'t-insg ior'ral liha. teen' prepiare'd
with lMr. .1 it I'adgett a. leader
All friend are welcome
I'laiio Fre.. No contfl t.t Fi i' tne
upright piano giten to %olng ladd in
exchange for three It) ix wtee'ks work
anmotng h-r friends iin the ('it. of
<,ainelsitle' Must hae' abiliii. and I.
sillinig to iake' sales Addres.. for
particular I I care The Sun.


TlH g(M4l-will, kinlestst 'regards anld best wvis-t-
"I of eac- i (tficer 'midl d i ctor of't ( tlh' itlak,
all )'OIl will alw .i t l, 1 4 1a onlial wetlc in ii
our hlitking romii-.

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.\ v,.rV i, ;il11i f.1 iric .": -d i ;1 I: I v:lt.i, I .l dutiful dre.*'* failric; very tiew ; one-
gr-it ;Sta- ,,rt~ ,tlit coloring . M N YV fourth silk........ ... ........ Sbt Yd

Just Arrived We Are Showing
Great array of VasIh Fabrics. New The very" latest things in Neckwear,
(;inighams. Lawns, Crepes. (',.Ior.el New St.'k Collars. Dutch Collars,
Linenes. Plain and Fancy Whu'ite Johots, Ruchings, New Belts, Cor-
4 ;Oodp, laces and Emlroideries.
Prop in and see our showiulg-you sets, Hosiery, Etc.
are always welcome. EVERYTHING NEW.


In values up to 12 1-2c yard Y All-linen; worth more tan

on sale Monday at. .... .5. t5 C D double ie price kd.

Phone R. WILSON Butterck

109 The Busy Stoere. (Old Hyde Corner Pattam

Sheriff P. G. Ramsey left yesterday

for a short business visit to Iligh
Elitha Sapp and his two little daugh-
ters of Trenton are \iistiiKg friends in
the' it'
I sill ha,.' i'y S'|riuu; Milliner
*!,i, itsti h and lil'th. Mrs. 8. W.

.." ", l' t ill t 'l *:* ..' ,itil
I* I'.-* litatia of E C. I'-Witt & Co
Chicagoi. avt- a pll .'.-:tlt ellr ;at The
Sun offi(i e.' !-terdia).
N. \Fr catl tell ie'll 0 ou' ll ial h i;
fig' or suffr aUfr ut. Ibrui.s'. burn or
h('al. Ito. prepare-' lr 'I'lThoias Ele#'.
it Ir Oil ii-tanti relie.-.. the Ipain-
q|uickl. cuire- the wound.
Mr.s \W J Sie ridan aitd charming
little ,e dhiughtit r i ixi,. airrit-4d in the i
it> )esterda. Mrs. Sheridan came
up to consult lir Spiencer, and will re-
maiti ill the cit' a fte days vislitiig
John Ennor tonight Sierra Nevada
Plains; Yoae'mlte Valley and moun
tains. Mariposa Grove and Southern
( alifornia. the' great Salt lake region
and the Miortmon empire Electric
'lh aitr'*
\ 1) Iuhllose. a succe,.sful planter
.f Illigh Sprinigs as trat actftig busi
i Il. thel cl 'it -t**. a. W while here.
hie miiadde an alupire'-iateld %i it to this
.ffi(' and relic'we*'d hils ttiu ript io
for anoaetolhe.r e.ar
Kilward V. -lMurih who lias. held
ti" IMII. iii of c hi-f clerk under (Capt
A Paul has le--it, |jromnoted to I h- is,
ttill i of specialal aK.lt The p(liotiotll
I- jii,.t|l b.,tot- .d land li tlmaii
fri tid.- aret .c igKritliatil HiK ithim
( 1' M. ltonI tI Ih a I ll ll W1'
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ac:B Iuaertoa. but no adertUa
'en' taken for less toan 20 cent. Six
aords make a line; .o frac iooal lines
every word over each six cour ltng as
an additloral line. CAbH nla advance
iust accompany all orders for nlser
tons n tiWs column.

WANT D-Messenger Aopply Tele-
graph ,uffie'

OR RKENT- Fie-room cottage. A
ply 200 E Liberty street.
FOR RENT- Two cottages; close In.
Apls at Telegraph office.

4)M t1(:\T Half of house; all mod-
rt I Inmpro mients; Ideal quarters
for mtinier 402 West Main St.. N.

TO R:NT Furnished house. all 1m-
I I'll i,'-1littA. .good fix. 2409 K. Me-
4Ilhaic Apply after 2 :o0 or I' 0
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FOR RENT --Five-room eattage
block next to square; city wa .,
electric lights. bath room Lad 0
modern corvenlesces. Apply at

WANTED Young printer of ordimarW
experience, who deires to bttr
learn trade, to act as Aley boy. set
beads. distribute and set type a
e&sionally. and do fgeeral work as
assistant to foremea. Most .be
steady and of ood habitat. Appl
at this office.

one wlashla to apply the eOw
tractors with sad. ramhed rek.
gravel, brick, or ot er beIlding a
trial. or to make sbeautracts tor
excavation, or any part of the ork.
will please commialcate with Ka
Lumber Co.. Charlotteesvlle. Va.,
General Contractors.

HOFFMAN. the celebrated Gerasa
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford A Davis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash In ad-

Want advertising to a force which

li~e rnlai -ottages in South (ainem-- you can harness. and wlt which l yob
111m'.'n i uot iii (of ti mi'Actoor, m.tl.r AI.l| ait (Cofflin lFattior **n d-.eir1el letetllafte

First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years

I 'AjpItad, $14Ii ImmiMN p

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