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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 18, 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: VID01609
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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Iall. Probabi e lityWithout making thus
ml an o umeeme to "brnshat
@eM to attract the attention of
"T epabbers." pThe pnsuracntsl


nged its death warrant at the open-
as lf Cogres on Mareb 16 when It
retained -canm a Maler it open
bArnee at aM overwhelming public
eptlate." declared Repreentatlve
Dmey W. hMklrlad ofal Missourt.
"C MitaoM i i to be the eoling issue.
Ca s -- s a weiht ea the Republican
iumllatiom that will bear it down
a dmeat. Taft has branded himself
a Canol man, and Cannon's Import-
ame to the Republican orxgaiat=o
he tbee d perfectly plain to the
agatry. A vote for th Republican
latIy a a vote for Cannon.
"The Bat effect of the Republican
party's endoremet of Speaker Can-
11 Will be seen In the Congresslonal
Ieleeatia of 1911. Those elections will
sed an lancreased number of Demo
rats and lmaurgents to the House of
Repreesentatvee. That is as certain
as anything can be. As for the 'stand
pat' Republican party its death-knell
has been mounded. I don't mean it In
ola g to die a sudden death, or sud
deoly djaappeared from the face of the
earth, bet its power la bound to slowly
decrease as the surgee ta' or 'pro
gressives' expand "
The position of the majority of the
Democrats toward those members who
bolted on the opening day of Con
gress, preventing a real change In the
rules, which a aa within the grasp of
the inaprgent-Democratic force. is
that It followed a coalition tlwtee n
Tammany and the Cannon clique.
"If the Democrate that left our
ranks on that day are defeatl'ed for
re-election It would ewre them riKhtl.
maid a prominent Democ'rat on tihe.
evenlng of the vole, while still "hiot
under the collar" o1er the natter
"But so far as laying the ablne ou
the Democratic moeiiubelrhip of the
House for the defeat of the mo.nvemen
to secure revision of the rule's-it it
nonatens(al. The body of the Demo
crafts not only voted against Cannonr
but with the Insurgents The Republi
can party Is really alone to bliAne for
the present Speaker and the preenti
rules. The majority Is Republilan.
and can change the rules any day it'
seef At. Let the Deomcratic party
have a majority in the Hlouse, and see
how quick the appointment of commit-
tees Is transferred from the Speaker
to the House "
The co-operating of the insurgents
and Democrats resulted in nsom ret-
forms being secured in the rules, hut
they are not of great lnimlirtlanice


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BodyMan Applies M4atch

PMG4AtCOL.A. March 1; T~ lus a ilataoeet .'a e-mliaa 4 w 41 11,'a 1,111Ili' l.
hsedkerI~fsoutightly about himt. uack j'rn i. iua via laaaIid 'o,~ i.l
** fAW offvber) utterance- thAtIi e'I. t hte. s itaid iiuii t !1. )tI .i
1111661 awke a"d then ihreinsic m a ot Tbt. jaillm %aior e 14ubv'il '111-i 'A 1. 1 1
I m b sakm SbouaM sI ,, %%li lt I &. I W 44-I S it i t" b4. Ill'A.1.1 11te ( 1 A.4 1 .1
spMU d ba tch. wa.. tiIIlt. uni luo man thaixt lii. telaaike I II a it .1 r I.I I
nor Is which alv&44or V ine.t-l. all was u not ulilt II I 4 jah r. 'a I ** *i I Ih..
12*1mi whom killed kobert lAirul iltlitit.' cll tof thl. It~i li I ll it! II.ill, 4 .it.i '
mvW1 mriseraillusatoo tutiomtil. aK. ttlitt a'alsiI. s I.' .


adopted to rumiult sui.ld. Ae.r-,r. a' He h.li,. a ,atli.- i. al ii, i. 4. w i .I,,
ag to physiciaun his uiethuod a ill kerchitef i. ul iould ii I sII .1. i 'I '. .I
prove successful. loar he' has but liile omiipe.ll.d Ito a lit t llli i kUiiek 1
ehmace of rci% er) Iromni he burtis HIalia llali,,.al n .1 di>atag i.r.eli li'
Th IallaUi wa couietieId iIn the i-mouit)I told the- hLeriff th.ll i. ri nilghl n.ii
Jill as a I citedd Hial e r psriso er aid hi. Ileai|.lir'la'iiin li,. ii.il (t,.e. ii |,i.1 .
hd amade sberal usu-tlt'' .eful ItI itg for the )iUlt. Iii ,lii hlI,uiti I., ,
itapts at siall-de ince his r'aifle 'kil' Th kil-d iliT kin of aI.id t.ie i,.
eilt. Tuesday aight when iihr llrismei curdilit tIo ?pe'-tatm ,,r> ,ahl Id,.mln
we had all goe tu bed the l-ro.ceded ed theb Italii hbl.miitu 1,11ii f, et 'll,,
tO ismait aiulcide It ax not kiillown as blie -niod althi 1 iUii.lau ,.f I iail-
4i the iani made no out(cr wheIn Ith ou a street corner


TEN CENTS A WEIg


PMSN G.A.ST .PRESIDENT TAFT SAYS
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BELIEVED TO BE RESULT OF GET BU,
WIDESPREAD CONSPIRACY.

Several Rural Guardsmen and a Num- ReC&lS ReCOmBeDdatIl
ber of Peasants Take le
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the Woeed

HAVANA. March 17.-The Arst WASHINGTON. D. C.. March 17
armed uprising against the new Cuban President Taft's message was received
government occurred Tuesday night. by the Senate and House yesterday
within a little more than six weeks with demonstrations In both bodies.
after the Inauguration of General Th e ai
Gomes as President. How serious the The message was as follows:
movement is It is Impossible to de- To the Senate and House of Repre-
termine at present. all that is known sentatives:
being that a sergeant of the rural "I have convened the Congress in
guard. stationed at the lown of Vuel. this extra session in order to enable
tas. In Santa Clara province, with a it to give immediate consideration to
party of seven men. some other mem- the revision of the Dingley tariff act.
bers of the rural guard and a number Conditions affecting production. man-
ot peanants took to the woods and that ufacture and business generally have
the troops are in active pursuit. so changed in the last twelve years as
While the movement apparently In to require a readjustment and revi-s
unimportant numerically, all indica- ion of the import duties Imponed by
Uons point to the fact that it is a that act. More than this. the present
part of a widespread conspiracy, the tariff act. with the other sources of
nature of which is Indicated by a des.- Govermenit,.t revenue. does not furnish
patch received here which stated that in<'omte enoughh to pay the authorized
a special train carrying a detachment expenditures. Ity July 1. next. the,
of the rural guard under command of excess of xp.*nses ov.r receipts for
Major-General Monteaugude was pro- theil eir. it ft cal enr will ,.iual
ceeding as quickly as |i)Ssible for $ Ift<. i'.40 *'.
Vuellas. Pledged to Tariff Revision.
President Gomez declared iis inte-n Te iee sful iare: i itssI. ,
tion of instantly supltrlssim:i, t!'-. ri T.i i eilf to aul t i i.t ..
ing and niakiing an exanmile' of all con t ariff The,. l'ultr .d ll thrt u-ii .
cerned i!'e ordered the rapid concell- ilu n t ,.- I hl l e t The
ration of troops itn thee i V ueltas for the pIruloi.- of surrinl i d i m eirt ad u i t, h : istha rat9%s Elf
ing the fugitives. OrdeTrs era 1sir,el tut.eort du.h- alta use 0- awo
to the troops to make no pr|iinl r-r. Ite'i ith or halt ii Ii as to -s i an:*i
they encountered res.istance-' a'id enot o1 Iha umerait a to th' ,. get.
to cease the pursuing until all hado mad a t
* e tki r e tr -hereifore. of the thigh "-t ii;i i.,rn atinr
ibeen klh d ohr iaptreh td tr.d
Later It tahm leartd tliat ; co -ill -lu l l a r
it a r a' t 1 ( U| ot ;lnd int.'.-'d '.,. h ;Ih l lllt'h ?.|t t'4d
racy had tienet unearthed iln w-hici 1 t u and
SI'.' iliIO..' irir l0 -l.-,1. A ( t th ilt ( i- ilia all1
rural guard a. la iniplic;at,-Id .or llgh i a,.llit ".r I : ra a
'on I hat,, dleen'li'd tha ire>,enit to libe
BONNIE MELROSE.
HOST KILLS GUEST OF HONOR.
SMEILROSE. March 17I iThi. 1 uig
men of Me.lro4se ga'. a .ar> .'ijo. Merrymaking Turns Into Tragedy by
able ti-hfr. to thie oiniK ladies on Accident.
Friday night A 'r% lir'-tt. |ilai i- on
the' lake shore as. .e'l, 't,.d. ni4.l I'I: S..('(A lA.. Fla March i 1 lin
cleared up and provided d ith 'at l *' liii4 -I t iif ni-r akiiiK .\ Iit i ;.
Ilt'ide's the fish all kind-, of othlir hard h.,l aind killl.-d losli \ V,\ A,.I
good things to eat had lea-Ii Ipro, ida'd ln'r. -hoirtil afterr lilid ii, ghi \. .-. rda.'t
and the twenty-fli gue'.-t, lr,..-init inorning. <(ielhardt a hio.st at .an a'n
pronounc('ed It a great su r..* tertaini'inlt Kivenl in \Wa axell a honor
Nea.-ly reglstlered at thet Iluffrmani Th shooting wa-, aaaidet.al and l ;i.
House are Mrs L. P l)ul'out and Miss dui.' to i l)ehhalrdt giving an imitation
I. IDuPont. Jacksontille. Mrs l.).on f ho% he' would da'ft-nd hiniself from
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the guest of A .1 Mc( hip fir-t tripl to .\llro-, andi he ex
prve.-'e himself f v ,er niui h |Ilet,,'a d
ith tIhe town i( nd Iti ii' iI a ialNtla hre'
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SY ON TARIFF


of Inaugural Address a

eedy ActmL


an extraordinary occasion. within the
meaning of the, constitution. Justify
and requiring the calling of aa emr
sessioll
"In my inaugural address I stag
in a summary way. the prince
upon which. in my Judgment. the to
vision of the tariff should proceed ad
Indicated at least oni' new oe o t
revenue that night l,*. properly re.
sorted to In order to aoid a future
deficit. It is not nlece sary for e t9
repeat what I then said.
"I' venture to NuKKa.st that the vitl
hbusiiin'ss inito-rests. of the country 10
quire that the' attention of the Co.
gress in this .-sesieon be chiely is
%oted to the' lIconsidralion of the aw
tariff bill and that lthi less tite LiTei
to other stibjects for li'gislation li thi
session. the bultt r for the country.
Isigni-d, "VII..LIAM H. TAFT
"Thlt \Vhilr House. March li. 1%$"
The- nies aAg, rr-aev.l.d careful attel-
tion oi thh. part of Se'niat'orr nl3y
,f swhom I tuhe.d when the Presideat's
sulgg.ettin tt..t ino 1.-giilatlon excet
Ii r lation t.i tI. l taril tie considered
at thi"-k .*-i .on al a read
A motion 1\ S. .l.tlor lialse pr.eidiag
foar ant adjhurniialitl .a-t'rdal until
Fridav w.a. '' i,,ted :ti:fr the' Senate

I.: i', in a v ;a''. I I t .ing the So*
a .*I.. S.'cr' % t' r. I.l't ia %hi had onv'.ey.
,*d Ir,. li s:.- "l to thi Sen:iat pro
cO lid to tl.i l i- %' hera' the me*
2a.;g, %. rt ,ail I" 11 ('1!n <>c .lu.H ui B al
thl r, .Idta.g th, | 'he i il p i ti- hroke out
itto loud ait.d I rol Th.i ii- ;- w:+ r. ,f rrd to the Cotn-
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BACK TO THREE-CENT RATE.

Missouri Rai:roads Take Advistig
of Decision.
IIII '~~I)Nlhri Ii1. The. rv!%u1
timi io at t rt--c*-tt p., iig~r rate a

cvIIl raw a irei l r. 4ai~ti-e.L141r' bF
lIitjdw#-Mai lj 4,i wj dkastiiiid.'d on013
1 III -1* i l ot'g 4A4 .4 Ia ttl. :uMid tra~c f -~
tii4r1.w- II,t t* imid niiiar~d, The' &I


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classified advertising coltas.
As advertistang finds the best market let a want ad negotiate a t*1
for everything else, why not for your for you-of something you doo t -I
pier mal -wr'-.e." | for something you do.



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THE DAILY NUN: (AI[NIlILLI, FLORID?, MARC'IH li, 1909


w SONOO, N1-0 SCHOOL
I AIRNACLE ARI PLACES

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ll be as important e e in
'bowlr ef Galnedvite owing to
EMbtb Tubereueloss eabibit
1 bee. estesltvely advertised
16 wOO will be mado at the Taber-
ap. SIm, the State agent, will
' *lahe dtiy loday for the pur-
o f i tei ehiblt, which is
bi gMI at three places as follows:
i sMe.bl a di NiM wlM be
o eased pepws hbem 3
AW. do he Wut amras.
WO1 ewrat th Tabormeele
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to asat the T-brse a at
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GAINESVILLE


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AMUSEMENTS

The Baird Theatre Tonight.
The John It iill. Ciit:I.'m **, i.
a thbree-nihts' eingia n ini a i lle
Illaird Theatre tonight. when they will
present "A Tilp to Atlantic City.
.oxnething etnttpil)y i'w in (;aines~ville.
The company i. :t lars., olint. and I"
'lnoaw as "the s. 1. w ith it 11 .11t ly
The troupe will arrive In the, city
today from Ocala, where they have
been playing to plleasd audiences
The Star of the Ifith says:
**The John II. Will Comedy Com.
puny opened its engagement at the
Armory last night with 'Two Old
Cronks.' and if the first night's play
la a forecast, the house should be
crowded tonight and tomorrow night
"John II. Wills. who bears a strik-
Ita resemblance to William J. Bryan.
especially about the mouth, caused a
laugh every time e moved or spoke.
Mad was ably supported by Dick
Thoms. who is almost as talented a
fus msher as his chief. Nathan
BarbSrdt sad Harry Gilbert are both
imod, aBnaromd ien. and each has
some particularly flie specialties. The
Iarf a does young ladies with the
Oempay are good lookers. Ane danc-
ers and sweet singers. and each of
their stunts brought enthusiastic ap-
plan, aad repeated eneor.
"Miss ila Warmer Davis. a Juno-
ldNig yoag lady. anag "Annie
LaMrte" In motes that held all en-
thralled and awoke many a beautiful
memory of the souls of her older
Nateaers. All the singing was good.
but this was superlative, and worth
plis a long distance and waiting a
lit time to hear
The *a figure. where the Indian
maideans threw the national colors
across the stage. and the music of
'Yankee Doodle' blended into 'i)xie'
brought dowa the house."
Becre mats at Miller & Vidal's
Prices. 25. 33 and 50 centa.

POISONED BY MEAT.
P. J. Helly and Family Suffer Severely
Frem Ptemaine.
Information comes from Saniford
that R. J. Holly and family. former
residents of Gaine"ville. had a narrow
o"cape from death last week. haii>gs
eaten soni.e We*stern mutton that ('ci
turned pitomaiine oison in MMIi' f4Oriii
Happily Mrs lioll) had nut tasted theo
amat. being udisloos-d. and was thte
only ows who -scaiped Several of thre
lihyiiclais we-re out Of toWn at th*'
time' r busy with patient and lDr
Itruce. abo was sick uin bd. knowing
Jhe urgency of the call. arrived at the
houu&' in time to adminipiter it-edical
aid and undoubtedly sated the live's
of the sufferers. Another |ih).-iciant
arrived later and aided in gettigK the1
patients out of danger There. ia a
good case fur the State ialil-'etor to
lUaveatigate. as the local dealer 'canl
uot be held reajunsilbh' for the lmlan
ner in which the meat i. refrigerated.
and it is difficult to detect th.e ire s
eue' of thal taint in the ie't-
BUleral other cast's hate Ie'en' re
ported in dilerent plart?- of the S.t:ite
and the food inseictors should ge'i
busy an the subject The phichii'lali
stated that had not medih'il aid Iw''ll
at hand thb' Hlollk family would have
undoubhedl. d- It is the children ia ill tee so ." tIli
recoceriir g from tlhIe eff.ti-

BIDS WANTED.
The ihoard of Counl ('hnlit.- .>i. ir.
sill rece'ei' a iheir IIIt< liI K il .\.li
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lAke-acts finiie'heiuktc''I t t
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bU~uvined th-us all uLleiq i ri' Ii -LAI
blued lu Ufast iL,. l..t. 11'.a IJ
the b liuceibe that U t bftkt e i* LAX
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'Had dy- p.'ips-a or iinli:,--li.,n fur
sears. No appetite,. anild A hat I did e-at
distressed nie' terrible turdlxcIk Illod
lHitters cured us*" .1 II Walker
Sunbury, Ohio

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J. W. McCeOAi & CI. wGruat to
Cwt yfedla--- TeY Fanl
The Meci Costs N *ti .

"I'., hii i |i nl iilatul lpri ev' t'e the e.
pil of (;inlae Ill. that illllige'l' ,tlv< i
fld. ui lm ia Is curable and111 that l it ll
Il siv Ipsila Tablets. will effect Ii, ,re
s. aill furnish the niedlin. ; -11,- *i., .
ly free if it falls to tI' e ~eild. .- :at
ifactilon to a .i1utio e 1 ghinlg it a I;"
The' remarkable. iucce---. oi i ,11
Il1 p,ipulsia Ta .ilet- is lIarge'| i F' ,)
the new and succests.fuil nltff, '
manufacture. wAhe.reb.t the' we'll L.. 11
proli'rtile of Itismuth. ubnitrate and
Peplin have been comnhietd with
carminatives and their agents.
IIssmuth b ubintrate and Pe'lp.i narve
recognized by the entire' niemlicnl pro)
session as aleciflcs for acute Indiges-
tion and dysl|ephlia
1he Pepsin used tin iexall I)DyIspI,-
ila Tablets is manufactured by a new
process which develops its greatest
efficiency. Pepsin supplies to the di-
gestive apparatus one of the most im-
portant elements of the digestive fluid.
and exerts a tonic Influence upon all
the glands which supply all the other
elements necessary to prole'r assimi-
latiop and digention.
The carminatives add propertiete
which promptly relieve the disturb-
ances and pain caused by undigested
food.
The perfect combination of these'
ingredients make a remedy absolutely
incomparable and inaluable for the'
complete cure of indigestion and dys
We are s potlcivel) certain of this
Shat we % ell .exall IPvl.Ipln Tablhet-
on our oun Isrsohal giaranitee. that
they will either cure or court you noth-
ing. Three sizes. 2.'c. 4'.'< and Marc .1
W. M.l(rCllunn & Co. corner lhEa't M1ain
and Unilon streets
PAT CROWE OFF WATER WAGON
Will Take Twenty-Eight Day Cure ir-
Pontiac, Illinois.
t'II(CAGO. MNarc.h 1 I'.,t ('r-v
re.forneCi 'tid'dvhy kidnaier he, r
''elatly a;% restored to gr;c' .altr :.,
tiiuml l tle d ie i liquor. hai, ltbe e *it i l,.,
Io it drink c ure e,.-taillish(hnei lit at I'ti
tiie'. Ill Iit. was .',it there, I s,. h ,lit i
tion of the EKalirtoin \' ( 1C ; i
'%Iich organizationl l e' lai. lor. t .- ,,
'i'actiiell-i : t r e se erdl w kI.,
('rro t ill be i 1 1 ,i,., l
iwa'iit. ''iight da.u-. na4e 't) lii4 tIo l.t
progiai:
I'atl i'r ow,. reforniale' -* e\ r.i! it:lr t .-
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work but alNcst a wa 'k :lo, tI, i.i. .,
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I ti, er' anid bc o irtu, (of Ihe '. o" ', 'r
anid aiathuorit, 4 ,elettld In mi' a< tW '\oit
fof th,' (It' ,' (;;aiiie.. ille'. lh r,...i I
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Tuesday. the 13th Day of April. *30)
f or t:. ,, il.ri. ,'. t ,' ;,e :hiig thel I 11<,',-
itiw ifTi e rs f,,r it.ie; s id Citiy 0 t ,- r\,
I f'r Ilthel l riole s e't iout ht1 r.-in. l wlit
tltie' MoI; ', r. otne' .Nlar-hal. ,lie (' C1e ri
and TI- .I itr, r. onet' lt (Coll.iector ite
Ta\ A i --'or. e. li to hold iofTi I :
,;a |I .rj 1 celle' \' e :r itr a l iil.ti l th! Ii
-I11 4 4^ r-< r.' t0 l4 1 ,'te,| .114l 4111;1 it i-ouir A d,.-rniini. *:ni I to -: ve' for a
period cof itw, year-. frotii the dtite, of
their election
()iie' .1Me'nldr of the' Hoard of P'ub
lic' W\orks to .er\e for the' term of

The pollinK place for the said eh c-
tion shall be' in the rear of the mu
nicipal building on iaEPt Main and
.Maoaonic street'
The polls shall open at S a m and
close at sundown of said da\
A. J. DaCosta. 1). A. Robt-rtson.
and A. S. Taylor are hereby appointed
Inspectors and J. D. Adamson clerk
of said election.
Witness my hand and seal of said
city of Gainesville. Florida. this the
10th day of March. 1909.
HORATIO DAVIS. Mayor.
Attest: J. M. I)iELL. Cit) Clerk.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Nearly Every One in Albion, Mich..
Prailes Mi-o-na, the Money-Back
Cure for Indigestion.
ALodION. Mich -The ieople in Al
hilon are elated toi ain unusual extent
tweause' of the' many and remarkable,
cure- w lhti-h have late'l # t'llen made li
Mti-n a dy. I-'pesii cure with a
worlil wide. reluiatiion I'.r'.e b is
endorsiitx 1io a I I.-re is what some
re'| Ie'cte'il I -i-l, flit -at
Mrs : (' t'a-,- sa ; v- Mi- in:i
hared tir- l dr .1 e tm l h t lrol h- ?ai
h a d bitillie i n in a I, i i lin it
W II M.14t "I :.- I Ihail ci,< t.,r,. '
(for i itliih- without help I t i e'- .11i
>-lia anild .-ia i( li'-Iie it three \ .:r
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLLE. FLORIIA, MARCH 18. 1909


TOR TO COME

51 NEXT MONDAY


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PLAYERS


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iy citalens Who Want
i Work Started.

i s in re'-ilipt of inftrnmationi
Ung Lumu tF ('o atai|i an iof
lg. Va.. to the effect that
at"l0rmt of the conil'tanyl. Mr V
IL would be' in (;JiGaist ill. y

N 1 a verflcation of what The
ag I already mnf4tiloned. t:hat
M- comment(' at oine' on the,
bgUdKin and the 'company
@b y awaiting the matter of the
14" approved before' making
Otil step,. For many weeks they
y m raking preparations to
OM, b aly since the approving of
& oha*ve they really started the
bJer this city.
iN Mal contractors will be al-
sIto ab-hcontract on certain parts
e wo rk and the arrival of the
P Mt Monday will give them
a gIpom lty to personally see the
pmtaotlve and they may more ful-
* iosaiml Just what they are ex-
pnI edo tI bidding on the work.
le brick, sand. lime. lumber and
ap auay other things will all be
hmi here, and in this way it
I a large amount of the appro-
b~ms Mey In the channels of
lo ba Gainesville.
j from the time-limit on the
bga, a large force of workmen
gt eeas be placed on the work. In-
d al classes of labor, and nearly
lb whk of this will be spent here.
te baiBess men and citizens gen-
go wil ball with delight this news.
d are glad that the actual work
to commence at so soon a date .

N01 FINANCIAL RALLY.

SiMWd Methedists Raise Handsome
fMM to Clear Church.


Wholesale and Retail


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and eMi-
ciently, night and day, and my record
sl open for inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citl-
zen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past
Yours for order,
MIEN T. ARNOW.


,t rally at Nt. Pleasant M. E.
ik Colored. Sunday was a big suc- I take this method of informing the
1 alivtang raised $506.13. The public that I am a candidate for City
4 Was divided into companies Marshal at the election to be held on
M M recruiting general solicited April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
bmto Jo the army. the support of all voters, irrespective
Abtlmg Is a list of each company, of party affiliation, and promise to
80W -d the collections: Le."la faithfully and impartially discharge
1111, $1; Wm. Miles, $3; Susan the duties of the office should I be
1r1W. $11.16. club $17.55; M. Bry- elected. Respectfully,
IM ., club $17.40; Monroe Smith CHAS. C. WARREN.
IM 1eb $22; Ceila Austin $3.75,.
i16jl ; 8. B. Willis $2.6o, club
08M; S. B. Willis $3260. club 1I respectfully announce myself a
S $Lat; n. .Thompon .clubu$1. $2. candidate for the office of City Mar-
S T1h5t, usb $. club $2. ,hal. to be voted for at the election
il1 $14.25, club $32: lr. Elliott on April 13, 1909. If elected I will
SDr: Walker and wife Wlli, faithfully discharge the duties of the
S$78. club $ 22, N. [e.~o-ofice without fear or favor. I re-
M, clb 11 4.c; J. A. $f oe $i1.spectfully solicit the votes of all, Ir-
IL* d.20; 1. 1a,. $. club s ts respective of party affilation.
i MctDonell i$1. T.ra lHab kin. CHAS. M. DELL
I3.5, club $42 60A, lAdlt.F Aid Socie.t)
; r. R. 11 Ayt'r $11 7.'.. club $-,1 s;;; FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
A Richardsou 112.; club $4 ):,, Tu the. V\ot.ers of the Cit) of Gaineiis-
" S. th $10. a( lu.b 440. %ille:
r 4"VI Of the young ) IIA, ad w I respectfully anno untt,' ni l.If a
im Ve $5 and $1.' Th.. I, t.>r <'atiidate. fr City Tai'r Ass r for
" Aod at 3 and N p 1n alnd ua. a.s the' t.arl "1'. i*aviloKs be n Tax As
OM at the maorulng .iru. tb I .t tr for fiur 'ar-. I ain fully rre'-
0~7 Player p .r. d to fill the office,. a-, ay%. r.ecord
r" Mg revival .tartd thi,. w... ll shlle lo' tlh city al.>' >-iu: it hav
"" e ice t. .* ry IilKht All :r l' ilI lnAlg I .' ii j, r'.*;ti-d. In rI.at t ni' fr>a"
iM i M AItlTI\ t'l .rkit a littl."t- o .er $;,,,t 9, oi, (o T .r 11 '4""'.'4""4
I A. p, l it 'hl,'i (d ireoli rtaiah,'ig fi.r l1t ',
Lovers iffict l.-t ), .ir ,i a :n1 il no* r '.' "V ,,li it < r
OWd health should prer,.nt e sc.k \ot \V M I.1i: L I)ltl>
1W Ihteid of It.' ,, thn ,I.,.i I gtti ---
I I 4 then try tk eure It I.,tlK Io th. V't. r- of (.tnie-.till
1 eep your l t .r, .. i d I hter ..'l aL tAU. e I(, that I .l 1 (."It
Ct hIa a b<';althv :it .l a .. ,' : ,id t. f,, r r, i.ti ,, i l ,t** f
St L wono0 t get -h k I ':l' l .' t T"a Ai-:- ,r f..r ta. .r I
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INCREASES EVERY DAY

"*i.S JDIAO N LLLIS GAINS 4.R9S
VOTES ON %.';SS DUPREE

S'e Was Farly Good One for An
Off Day-Mary Daughtrey
Polled Good Vote.


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.M-s A .Groff. Newberry .... 39.,0 | '
MIs.- J,..,-ie Evans. cit)y. ...... ::1 .:
Mii-s :st..lle Heal. city. .... ...7. '.32"4
Mlia A Strickland. Waldo.. "'.. A'*. "2 #,
Miss Emma Hudson. city.. s.
N1is.s Annie evilll.. ......... 2-..3o
Mrs I. Ware. High Springs.. 14.310 .ApfctYfC4
M%.!s Eliena Staf. Waldo...... 13.315 iOa. Se SbM .
Miss Goldle Lambert, city 6... .290 i .
Miss Liszzle Sheppard, Bell... 6,005 O wLd os f o iiw-
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.590 Si-bStn a
Miss M. Feruaudes. city ..... 4.265
Mrs. A. W. Sargent.......... 4.130
Miss Mary Thigpin, city ...... 3.850 )( .inK ,.
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.950
Mliss Ruby Albright......... 3.100

Her Lockout.
"I must tell you the Joke oa me," CACGr'WW P*
mid a bitlneMs woman who "keeps
bach" In a cunning little apartment. ______n _i JiiiJ_ _
"lAst week I invited two friends for
luncheon. As I have just an hour at
noon I got everything ready before. I -- ..
left in the morning that could be pre-
pared and net on the Ice. I made a
lovely salad. a dessert, prepared for
toasted mumns and tea and set my ta-
ble in al Its glory, even buying some
flowers for a centerpiece. My guests
met me at the office and we went to
the apartment. What do you think I
had done? Left my keys Inside and
locked the door!
"There was absolutely no way for us
to get In. The Janitor had a pas key.
but be was away. All the windows on
the Ore escapes were locked, and no
other key In the building fitted. There One of the meet valuable feature
was nothing to do but take my guests of our service, to our subesribers and
to a restaurant. Then I found that I o the publicgenrall, is our _
had not even brought my purse from to the public generally, is our nas .
the office, never dreaming that I should tIn with the Ate5iv leag dietnse
need it I had to ask my guests for nes of the American Telephne a
money to pay for the luncheon, and. Telegraph Cempany and the ether ao
as it happened, they only had a quar- s::iated Sell Telephone eemnpaniea.
ter each above their carfare. We went We own thousands of miles of leng
to the cheapest place we could find dance lines In the seven States In
and had sandwkihes and coffee. w.n ^we operate and in addition eCan
Wasn't that funay?" Philadelphia connect any telephone in our system
Ledger. with lines extending to any ether ilty
Accommodating. In which a Bell Telephone system Is
"Some years ago." says a Roston *perated. .
lawyer. **a man In Nantucket was Thee Iong distance lines are of the
tried f'r n i '' offered and sentence meet modern and Improved construe-
to four months in jail. A few dasi tion and are maintained at a high
after the trial the Judge who bad IM. ,*ate of eff.iency. The Bell systems


popt 4 ACYIientene'C I~II (eiAflinY fll fit, Ih
Iabherif, inds on his way to the K' st,. a
boat. WhLen they Passed a mu,': .I~-
engiaged In sa%% lug w9od. -
"*Tbe man stopped his work, loucbede
tin bat gu.1itely and smid, 't"oodmor
-The Judge. after a careful survey
of the mal',. f~a.'. asked:
-imi't that tMe uau I seuteuced to
Jail a ft.% 4.1y"laysjgU!
-'At--.' re.;'Led the sheriff, witb stoma
beitl- i Aa~hthe iit'anauiThe 'ft 1
is. juiel... '.ae' 4 % e don't bapjs'n tee
e' v .:,,- 1 % f-e!,..'In Jail iJ tuut ba. owr
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THE PAILS SFN: 'INPcNVH~IL. F'ORTDA. MARCH 18. 1909


e oraur Prwl lot at PenIarola

. la.ied bis a have a new $4.0.Wo


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mtaiming that he bend hI wife ia
e au of ame of M term hands
w he rSatrNed home and that he
tI them bth, 3B. A. Humphrey. a
Wer, went to Jacksonville and smr-
endered to the authorities.
S lege parties have parebased the
S meba"n Hotl at S Petersbr
WO tWrm It Ilto. asakarlum. It
he operated along the ame liaeM
**a ie attsle (Crk notarlum. with
whi Me e the prmoers are am-
6% snee".
T strawberry maso is now e t
Sbl Mb at Lawty. There were 272
mmddMeear thee Setewrday.
S m r 8atir earloawed lad saxty-two
s"es % Wepe espres. In the neat
day e two there wiU probably be sev-
eam eOnds tauving8 daly.

Last Thurday while Ashin o the
red Ure the mlaet. Mr. 8. R. Flyna.
Print Live Stock National Bank.
C 4age, Ill. eaptared the largest mail
6b evor a64ght at Palm Beach. It
measured eight eoot. It has been
Imonted by J. Paal Clark and is now
M ea biteI ts Mrs. Holly's store
ead is a few days will be shipped to
Mr. Flyan a home in Chicao.-Tropi
al Sun. West Palm Beach.

Jasper Bell wae shot and instantl)
lled by Mose Larry, both colored. at
WeOtishe "Aturday mornleg Hell had
the repOtaUon of having beeu a "bad
Nager" among the colored peop i.
around Westlake. having figured
proaliently in several shooting and
eattlog scrapes around there LaIr)



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do tlit.i- l to r-ccure dra ci,-
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was one of the most Inoffensive negroes
In the vicinity and was never known
to have bee ain a row before. The
killing was the result of an alleged
criminal assault said to have been
committed on Larry's wife while her
husband was away at his work on
West Brothers' log train.

"CREASING" A WILD HORSE.
For One Capturd by That Methoed
Pfty Wwe Killd.
Will C. Barnas. written t McClure's
of the varkou methods of capturing
wild hores t the old days on the
plans. -ays:
"'Creias' was one oe ther devices.
ThiM eome atd s shooting a bullet so
thai It troek the animal o0 the top
of the meek t tn treat of the with
an ad sheet a tnoeb or so dep tose
to the spnal eolum. The shork loR
porrily stuanmed the horse., a-d tj
ieater ran up and tied the almsf"
tet together heuton he reovered. A
rope halter was slipped on his head.
A gentle horse or sometimes a work
ox was led up alongside the prostrate
beast, and he was securely neoked up
to the gentle animal and thus could lie
handled really. (old mustangers ay.
however, that for one horse caught
this way fifty were killed and that as
a matter of fart the method was not
used very much except n an emer-
gency. when a hunter, after days of
attempts to rapture, finally took the
riak of successfully creasing an un
usually One animal rather than see
him eiape aItoKgeher
"One of the beat cvw ponles I ever
owned I bought from a mustanger
who bad creamed him on the plaltis
east of the Pece river In New blex
leo. There was a bole In hbl neck
fully two Inch@e deep and wide. wbere
the ball from the beavy buffalo gut&
had plowed Its way through the fltesil
Just bigh eiiough a*tove tib >>piue n ut
to kill anud low enough to stun erffe'tu
ally."


IndiasInk.
In btx-h nirseiutid CI ia~m ljo-ro. are
1bs1aouizoijim 4fot i'-'''i- ii lo as, u f.sis t imTur-
Initda Its kansa sidv hit 1ae t ivr ro-w
lair liunhita.-.s. ,orLmi; at It IIIibi i %%-ItII
ioir itt mIigh ~ ata: d 1111 4-1 %, %ii hosa III#.

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Wien the Waiter Win.
Two mea wora wrangling as to who
should eUttle with the waiter for the
.4nIachoe. Wboe thi questola had been
Iaally drided and the contestants had
o00 the waiter Mid to one of his reg-
lar eustoersi who was a witness of
the seeae- "Thea' what we like. for ev-
ery time it happoas we come in for an
estra tip. The mas who couldn't get
the check has only one way to get
ewV. and that It by giving the waiter
somelth. and nine times out tof ten
be Ae It* and makes the amount Mre
than be would have given if he bad
paid the cheer This one ordered ex-
tra cigars and left the change for me
We like the 'give ne the chbeck' quar-
rela."-New York Tribune.


Quick Wit.
la the days when Rowley 11ll was
bishop of the Isle of Man oue of his
clergymen. bearing the name of Tears.
came to say adieu to bl blsbup on
getting preferment
The parsonu ai.] "(oodby. my lord'
I hope we may miet again, but If not
bhere to n ome itwte-r place."
The blshoip replied. "I fear the latter
is unlikely., as there are no Tearsua
h4'aven."
"No doubt,." ltlily answered the
pImnrn. "you nre- right that our
fll.ii ,f il ftliui'th iI SIiMa,. 'nl'


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aete jaU ar the safekeeping of pris-
e w Ill have a new co.

Tamp Jacksoville and Pensacola Added to the LOng List due
ae &N b uy deidig what changes to This Famous Remedy.
am in thedr charter. Camden. N.J.- "It Is with pleasure
that I add my testimonial to your
WIlDam B. Averill of Garden City. a dy lot rlist-hoping that it may
induce others to avail themowlves of
Nw Torkt. won the golf hebamploe this valuable med-i-
-lpa P lordas at Palm Beach. clne.L.ydi&E. Pink.
.....ham's Ve getable
Compound I suf.
mther srvey aeros the State for feared from terrible
e parpo of a ship aesal ha been headache pain In
dered by the Federal Goveramente back and right
d, was tJrld and
nervous and so
West Palm iBeneBm growers have weekJleouldhardly
pmve that the relaimed Everglades a stand. .ydia E.
hdi paftedes oaseleat Irish potatoes. Plnkham' 1eta-
Compon re-
storied me to health
T Poasiea Journal has started idme like a new person
* or.is -~ 5lh~fk5 A It shal a lays have myLz919e
a enom gromw" "is s hark" a" -Mr. W. P. VAiLNMx1 lnco
peep a to drive tm oat of PForIda. Avene. Camm, N. J.
Gardiner, e.- "I was a great stf-
KNOWS- istakin As sow Hiand erer frotm a feale disease. The doe-
a tkn e < w utfe e I woum ave to rto the
enef. A new sawnM with a daly horital for a o esration, but Lydia E.
apedty ot fbty teBaad feet will kh Ve ble Compound corn-
ee hbe a eps"r spletelyCred m In three months."--
as. A. WIeUoam, B. PF. D. No. 146
Beimsk OGardiner Mo.
Tm $-d i @ e e .aplstsw are Deam e your e- Iseadifcuit oo_,
hUwtg plae papaud fur a ifteen. denis havif dom you so goodr
7 d a e tae Undas a e. m narge Lydi ya Plakham's Vegetable
ed seel, a be bu t men is that Coapo d a trial It surely has cured
jH. man esses of female lls., such as in.
!ammatem, ul ,-ratom. dl -nemeonta,
T. UL MeCiwas of Jacksaevle was SoM tumors, In tlsri perlodie
- vMm S a p eis Tuesday ft nAI backache that bearin-down
Mom tdo ew ee t WI. e heI t costs butatrie
goes that theo ereks worked while to try It sad the reoaut is worth mu.
he wai i a nrawd ecomasi out of a bie-s to many gffrlag woimn.


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AN AFRICAN TITBIT.
Hippopetanmu Meat Has a Strcr.
Odor and Flavor of Musk.
To IlK' .Atfrian tra %l, r tihe hliaI,
plo(inu1ii iN a spo. INs opf m isis p 1 4 r' .
larly hle-iraile. for ltq his't r, ;anl ii
hibe are bIoth v llu ilhk*., 'hli!p ilis. i,
i;i,- 'il.lhrshi rat lse d g r invmilgl i i,
p'lir-mi il pr i klHes tl idleI4, loil- without which every kinlt of hlut iiin;.
In laimn aMid inoipkl. Mo.>reover. h, s i...
ligaltlhn under whlkh the lender ,of ii,
expedillonI lies to feel hiMs srvant-** "il
barriers adeiaantely naiken toner of t' *.
enormnoms It.a.ts. twelve feet lot';, or
sma and ldilprioMiorlonateily wihle. n I
fef't lW0IMwil. N4 11o y4 u iiy otnanmus firnilsh a forinlhh lih nims. ...
of meat. but that meat has lth n Ii..
timable merit of keeping tnreh im. 'i
longer than any other. prineliaally ow
Ing to the fact that flie seem to h'-v-
an insurimotunttalle horror of it. I
must admit that for a long time I
thoroughly sympathized with the fies
Alive, the hippopotamun has a peeullai
odor. somewhat resembling musk.
wbk-b dis'loes the presence of the
animal from afar when be happens t*
be to windward of one. In '**' re-.b
of the dead animal this od..;: r the
taste of It, rather-persists and is much
appreciated by the natives, though for.
eigners take a long time to get accus-
tomed to It: some are never able to
support It.-Wide World Magazlue.

FIVE SENSES NOT ENOUGH.
Our Limited Seale of Ceaeoneeensese
Shuts Out Masy Vibratiem.
Between the vibrations that we call
electricity and the vibrations that we
call beat we Imagtne there must be
other vibrations 111aig up the gap, but
we do not know, simply because we
have me sense that can comprehend
them. The spectrum ft just such a
little scale. Below the darkest red at
the lower end we cannot ea ; at the
other end as the vibrations get faster
and faster through the orange, the blue
and the violet is another unknown
gap-that is, we cannot see It. But
surely the vibrations are there. Some
of them, ftr instance. that we have
never sees and ever can see mark
their preene on a photographic plate.
tnd thissame spectrum may be used
an analogy to describe spiritualistic
phenomena. Just as there are llmits
at either end of the scale of vibrations
beyond whk-h our own seases can tell
us nothing so may there be psychic
forces at work beyond the limits of our
coonsciousness. Thee are seemingly
supernatural to ua when we witness
their effect, but they really are no
more supernatural thba the X ray that
piercem the salud body or the Invisible
ultra violet ray that marks the photo.
graphie plate.-Prom "Are the Dead ,
Alive?" by remont Rider In Delleo-
ator.


-JACKUiLLE SEIG MUSICAL FESIIE--
---ClHORI 8 OF-

260 TRAINED VOICES
With Mrs. COrinne Rider-Kelsey, soprano; Nevila van der Veer, all;
Miller, tenor; (GuPtaf Holmquist, hm.

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conducted d by WALTER




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rat then prevail. Funds niuMt accompany applirctim
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--- OAINEvILL. FLOSIA


Highest market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and othb Pv *us

A Oomplte stock of Hay. Corn. Oats. Flour. BraS. heL 0@1
Seed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very I 4dg"
at Lowest Prteess and guarantee atTfw- Out ala~.


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nswmtaleea" qJebeseis


Staple and Fancy Crocerle
Gras.i Oarde .See 8aqd Fertilizers


Cavirrh i .& -t 11I 4 i -c p v i llli iu'- s iw% -
In mr liii ':s 2 4)r 1III: m% mvnll ,ut-vt% (of the Notl *S~h
dclic-ite sli f u c, ;% l tl'l 1, --m ; prolut l l the %,.k!I 1,r- 1 9 dc
ttrouule. stit Ii .t't tmi ti g lie ,j~q- in the hu.ml an'!q *t ofly~i
the now'.j. p i'1S alwulc the c~ves.,irriteitic o f t' t )t., 11.
hfeve, and a guncral fethaing of ue~iktso-s an'! I-:iloht11; 4
becot?1Caffeuted hy tile continul jmss)i%.I of itj,' I h t'
there is dmigvrcTof eoniua1 -1 Icon if the 411 %'.Lme I to Millais
ms s~tum. S. S. S. vurv% Cat~m rh bc-cmiic it pill: tli')J~
the circulation and itvmol svrn irv pa~rtic'le of t th~ o. to" i
this vital fluid pure. rich and hcvalthy. Then the ui~~.~ W~ __
to heal. every symnptomi di.,appcwrs. th. -:;iti-'al l"I.; I u a
IYtremom. &S.'S. S.rid-- tile sy~tem of cat~art'. lvuttpckna he
head and entirely remioviw, tile cause ft...4 O&he 1lshml, thit,%inlk
nent and la.%ting cuire. S. S. S. in madec vtirtly from hultghp
herbot and barks,. and for thist reason i ta n evtevitIIv '-Iuv fe a nal qIit44
Book on Catarrh and any medical adv-ice free to all mI,() %' rite.
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''-" -- ARaViutor ldl I b',lshrr


e 'In IPaymans tlthek.


mrs. pbliahed every morning en-
~~~d y ~trrier I. the cttey
^ m -a- t -- b "'" u ied ates, po...tag
fsha* W FM is onth $: 1 i 1three
owei for Le weeka-trIctly i-

-. atirsisU loCStl col-umn ICocnt a line
",L a estfor e ach addlionall

l- aiydvwetknia made known o

E ^Wek .t, 1I an eight pae, f.'rtv
g.r published every Monday and
&t etbta* e sll the mews of the
2 l. te s d general, and wrill be
free. to ay part of thet'nited
0* ibti for ts oa y ear-ht advance.
gali- ala- Mll become due after rint
d gjmtiittt, ua leesotherwise
"NO&.ror o pay for d4vetlaimae in ad-
Pe. N ltev THEr DAILY IN.
*MG- GaIIsSVIULs, PFLA.

a b t don't show your teeth.

S g imvien years "ali's qul.'t along
l 7lmac" again.

~t Mr. Taft really promises the
fisab a gau t deal.

A MS elra of good u humor will do
ogMgtry lots of good.

I wIN mire to come: the press is
mW u et the "Big Stick."

l1 thiug that worries a man being
i bl hew be can get richer.

1'giy" wants to use the paper he
sp or as a "aBig Stick" on its riv-


CerpratkMr carrying on interstate
P l Sev enmat be good- like the rest


L. Taft is going to parade right
* wst ihto the hearts of the Amerl


Wsu t 3, the date of departure for
S la, will It future be celebrated ain


ut editorial class, come forward
Sdl J rnCalism. and spell it right
gt wt Ueakedr
is worst enemies do not deny that
It 1 the qualltles to make a crack
d ell x-Presldent

Thu Wterence between a man and
SL a is that she can be right with-
rANWaso t and be can be wrong with


b*E< person acts wisely who
mA O4 hatelligently considers
Ia M best do an#: thIIen do's it
*Wigy.


earn
w hat
thor


?1 eubilnasaing featurtt (of Mr.
bMTOIta I'etirem'tucutwattthat he' for
Ot 9" 11se eUiPlifi.'d tsloeIlinii in the'
60 roa to congreli

8111111 rtlate'r. how e'l~ier. it Iin e'Iitre'
18 PWISbl Young Kinic Alfon ia,.o 1t)
0111M 4in bne'akini15hi, iwtos'k. if Ili,,
liil iaVt ion, (E4,1tilmetie


O5 WL hmb1C.(lub. ,,AIe'll t~,-B.'Islit
".h As a .ebor ajoftasnulei,'for thic.
'3~ Stck iI~~e'( ion ) toi '.Ii.ik

At ~ reUunhe'r 4of ~ lteld.' art'-linst
hstheir babte- Willam Ii~tli)%% "rd T'aft

af 0f the prrup. hi I, .oi mi.el adlt
Iter%(lotele .lotse4 li


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THE DATLY SUN: GAINESVIILLE. FLORIDA. MARCII 18. 1909


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URRENT COMMENT.


GAINESVILLE'S OPPORTUNITY.


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t.iI n t'll I i rh li dl i... .r

iltillilj'- r ill h, -Ii ll ; I f I'l*i i ,I ..
1t 1-t1 t' I, l k I.| ;lft r It I t Hoet
e, llr l h t t* II hillll M!lh -- tllll -. Ir
he I-' t ii to irunt i ;,tll croa.k till
he jt-il natuirall Kgets through hlis
artii itiig lmidl rnikil "
S Th I' .inllphi ( oahnnel'r'iil .\|it., i|
-a ro ir.pratiint- l(do l,.\' h -oul.-.
a1 ;i -how n a;ir- auo in t (;;>ll ,t, .
with,. gre-at railroadel I.il .age-r. Kga '
thl -ir pa 'roii;4l dl ire'( tir('n tei iilili." r
lii tt allll- th' re'. Tri. -~;alni 1 1 *I
it,'( d at Sain i r,nit'i.ii -: l. Ilanri
n :an pIerst.oiall) dirtct-,d that all t'.-'
r'-i)urt vs of his railroa..l should he,
taxed to their utmost- for the, relief
of that stricken cit. lMight w nIot. InII
deallig ith corploratimns. re'nierber
that they are hunan i that is.. they are'
managed by human agencies. just as-
we are. and get It out of our minds
that their managers are seeking. al-
ways. to oppress and to rob those with
whom they do husinesss?"
The Springfield Republican says:
"Through Mr. lIryan's personal influ-
ence the lower branch of the Ne-
braska Legislature has rejected a bill
authorizing the State U'niverslty of Ne-
braska to secure Ipensions for its' pro-
fessors from Mr. Carnegie's pension
fund. It is decidedly uncertain, how-
ever. whether that honorable body will
stay hitched where Mr. Bryan seems
to have left it. The yearnings for Mr.
Carnegie's pensions is evidently irre-
pressible, and even the State universi-
ties, which ought to be supported ex-
clusively by public funds. so far at
least as salaries and Ilensions for
teachers are concerned, clamor for a
place in the line. And grand old Mas-
sachusetts led the way'"
The Washington Herald says: "Pis-
tol laws are seldom effective because
they do not strike at the source. They
do not make the acquisition of wea-
pons sufficiently difficult. They men-
ace the unlawful pistol bearer with pen-
alties that usually can not be Imposed
until after a crime has been commit-
ted. the punishment of whioh is in-
finitely greater. Every community to-
day needs a pistol law that will com-
pel the man who thinks he wants a
'gun' to go to some trouble and be
subjected to some delay and a heavier
expense than at present in order to
arm himself Until Pittsburg provides
itself with such a law it "will continue
to suffer from crimes of violence.
whether it prohibits the sale and use
of silence devices or not "

The decisions on disputed points by
tihe juillge' Ire'-idid si at the trial of the
in ited States Government against the
Standard Oil ('Compniany apparently fa-
vor the company more than the (ov-
ernment. and is .there-fore' disappiont-
ing to the many who believe that the
Standard Oil has flagrantly and con-
stlantly iolate'd the law itut it may
Wurn out iiI ,ct.nt of a \,.rdict against
Ihei ('conl tiav l.iiKg returned that the
d'ci ions .ill h. l'p the- verdict to stand
|Iut apart froni that it It 'lear that
the laIt dei';nt g i tit E'ih cor.otr. ilnl who
Iraiisgre'-'. i e e l, t', I- I -tr', tlit ijetd
and iiads ilir i eff'Et I'

E T ile I i-r o i .'l' I lt s t i t ll. it ill '-e
i1llt I'lil'at '- l ith Elr al ll lllu- jts Hill h
ltih' lenk w ith untold ,a' t-faEt ion
lr i I it l. ,i r II l h (Ii liii, S I, II
liou|I s- .I* .'. i-' eI lI as .1 l110ll k r^ tse #i'
S ll I t i .li;,' ii i | ,' I .It I ii to i I" ii t.
tI t III h.t It' I e ,,, f li tl it I.i' ,is,-


loit .?I t~ib lt 44- 4 .jI '' A 4 t
tie It I tills los I' t .. I' t i-. 101'


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What a blessing work is. It is the
panacea for discontent and poverty.
'I he sense of work well done and of Its
contribution to the well-being of so-
ciety also brings a satisfaction and joy
that the Indolent and self-indulgent
man can never know

We welcome suggestions as to the
change of "the date of tinauuiratio
day.





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I- I h i1 r1 I if ;. ; *- 11fl'i fo4r ni;min .>r-\ for .*. will
I lr'itller t hat imai;\ anrs a go Sinion
.1 T, nti|.I0 ,of T nirlll, .. M ill. n tth, line-
4f th. S A I. railway. together with
:iii; cithers. m1n3d4' the- nttent|lt to
h1.1. \.. such a < n 111r11 onstruct-dl and
that d (ring the- discussion of the-
-C'he'llnn' i jire'lh ii;ir .iulr%4, 'rt A :s%
ni:Il-a ;ndI lII Ih' ihr4-v i Ataol;a i. r",.41
to 1l t he plrotli ,te'rs of t his s 'he'ie'
that the th'st and iiiost a:i.ilable' route
.as .either from .MiddlelotIrg. ton the'
St. Johns river. ito 1the' south of the
Stallnue.e river or to ('tdar Kie'v.
We can seel no reason why the' cities
along the St. Johns river. .Jacksonville.,
G;re'en Cove Slprings. Palatka and other
pIrominent Ipoints. together with Gaines-
ville. cannot come together on this
proposition and lend their every effort
to haue this route e.stahlishe'd as the
route' along which to establishh this
(anal
The contention of Mr. Temple and
his associates was that the canal along
this route could be built for less cost
than any other, as along the entire
length, almost. of the proposed route
there was a chain of deep lakes
through which the canal could be built
and that this route was along the I
lowest elevation, thereby necessitating
a less amount of excavation.
We suggest that the proper effort be
made to have the canal established
as sUggested. J.
Gainesville. Fla.. March 16, 1909.

It is. of course, possible to be too
sensitive over picture post cards that
may seem to reflect upon any one na- ]
tionality. All the same a due regard
for the reasonable feelings of others
ought always to prevail. aqd make Im-
possible the offensive caricatures
sometimes seen.


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Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:15 p

Leave Gainesville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 p
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Air Line Railway
14. Davf W'AarMU, K. Lasrs Ar Willilam- *and C. Searea. RNwe9M
%"V4\ All (-#I f I'llI % c MIN:*'N. HO'THlERN PINEB.
RALEIGll IIiC!IMOND, WASH11INTON. BALTIMORM,
PI.1LADELPHIA, NEW YORK.


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THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
1: 1 I'1 I I I \ I.11 M 1IT lI ),
1;,. 1:1 V1 I. \R -101R' I) 11\i lITI.1)
-1 \11 > .I' I i.I|;ll \ I'\ T 1M A II
C'( LR'. P( '4AN E LIPMENT.
I I I '1 t liii. Vte ti-
4 i < ('Cir aned
\ ,-tI Pull


For full Inf ri, .it
any Agent Sc.ebu'ir 1
General Paskenyer Aj, t


a call or
Asatitant


patluo


mats ad drives Pat
PEMETRATESthe Poms loms the F tese.p
ot" a free drlatm d tm3BIM& sin* thmom"ie








hP sAm, the Pm I w tins e IbII d
on ae U l. tWbam alm e. a oiig.WsN l
hav la em--s.ase, it a m T l,1
CURT EDRT OF W P ARTAL MYS-S


BALLAAM &SNOW, .NI4 rCO6
SIr. K MU. L. A.


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ESVILLE,
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MUlrS iytyG ,


i eIs comede to be the
s = r as weul a the most
SSSSfteIt t- aItertor of ior-
IIs d the very enter"
i tme atei tho way between the At-
1tie 10 and OsCoets, surrounded by
1m0 eOh fertility as to be capable
f& pre ag a great variety of crops,
Sthe het of the truck-growing.
4 Maval stores belt. Shbe
Im tbeat edstuonmal advantages
b te l tSN, gd ehbrches, with
desa W w are superior to any
On f tsa de"e Noorida, with larw
ee t e smratloms; hMe a
WeUle eaonft be excelled for
I f.aln-- pleasre.All teose natural


? arem a ay aairl a raewaUo
i das peimxtty tMo te- cty. ofa
| In Dwt"l l UlOapper. War.
ros, mI lae m ewum, al of
| hw. lrashed by PrIwde Convey-
Iar e S~nMk w. th Iesat.
Gaes bEe se k aew ed tahe State
a T *d 4 roa.
i ^emimer isThe s mety sa-n

Shm asthw a gtsleeo
me too Y y in
bf- mga 0rh th eatis aIm

m StdIeaty a- the th e
t as ease. ad erag always
S mw- a mase we sa~ aiw

4e1n1 e usmt adod the ewly. in

asbe'medN we
of tam hlawawnem.


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Tkref .elry nse. .





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T o sl acuor.e *m.
!s sbas n ed ars. s. u


Oae mdV nuc p kM*
On m nft .tor


eve d ralt chrhes.
re e'1y delivery.
One -r ry.p
guals mwrkes.,



Twe MUbbe asees.



A tphep* oe ytie. r.


Two boUlea- works.
.th.eedl adbos.*
Cue Catholic eburem.
A military company.
Three Jewelry d tres.
One pborphate offe.
One Chinese laundry.
Two stem laundries.
.Two Advent chureoa.
Oue dally newspaper.
Two hbardwarte tor.
One fosale phytrhnu.
Five Baptiho churches.
Three f i wt ire stores.
One < .! torage plant.

-.. C is drink htand.
Fif tn 'r r 'r e,**.
Tive Bat hurhs.


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Time) Ll'i 'lu 11-a liti h..
I' gIIAt.i St ate' IV. 44914" ..
One' chew k I llaboratury.
Tao vete r inuar% hut ip-ol.
(Jute Pr' ptl t.rim ciatit~rch
T'l' cvi et*er netc ..I i.u
ro r .l t, ,'- a t at i
Voilunti~' r fir,' it. Iat*tw.t
Tbriev N1 mtltaeiap-i el or, fit
A bra~.% a ud ci irgat ,ltamiii
Two Iahutl.igrsih gaalle-ro ,
TIwo juuyliIg picture o*hueam
Vlurida 'itWotrrChatitaucitia
Otte 0e'mi-weekly ewOspape.
bbs "~ I. 84;CJ.~5lUASS.


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Firlt cla.s *wweraRer yf)-trm.
Two frtlliser manufaet(rtes.
Fivet Are. linurance agencies.
Two IIve'ry and feed stables.
One crate and bamskt factory.
Ono Elks' Club reading room.
HIardwood Manufacturinx Plant
Agricultural Exirlriment Station.
Florida Winter itible Confe.rence.
Five drensmaking eMtabillhnintt..
National Odd Fellows BSanitarium.
Three undertaking i stabilnhmenint.
Two of the bent hotel in the In
tenor.
Two wholesale grain and feed
stores.
Two wholesale grocery establish
rents.
Water "that has made Gaines.illh
finiour."
The fhnent opera houe aIn the State
outside of Jacksonville
A Ooverpment building soon to be
erected to cost when completed
t-arl|enter,. masoni. plasterer's.
pMinter*. printers. machinists and la
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granollthlc sidewalks than any other
tow: In the Interior of the State.
An $8.000 court house built of brick
mad stoue-a beautiful structure-and
the lawna, lower beds, shrubbery.
Cofederate monument, etc.. surround.
ta It, male It a mast attractive plc-

BUSIN CO CARDS


IDL. e0 8. WALDO,


-DPnTIT--


Oa Su ldMkftb Od Maim S"tre
sll Pbs.. S1. Alain LeftOWNee



OE O nssI.Gahm fBuibdigover



OEM amier. bre's fsuorePso*





D.J. 3. ALDI"MAJI.


O2 MI T1i'


ON" "w vas=& m 2
Un oft e.VIL
We a. RAzER,
AWroa3IUTAT-L.Aw,
USoITorlosis ORAJOZZY..

WN3SVILL3. AashmOis., V ii

F3RDINAJD SAYER,
ATTOIRNZY AT LAWU,


GAMuMSMfl


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Ca. mi ",esr as ity u"'if. (IMP
Fek Mod tmd iglbad.. semihimi
ai )be ww a gm tr for sale. x3i

ATTORKEY AT LAW
And solieator amEquity
LWO esaf SudOoavegaaela andwe000
esa Pnote.. All buileshmmprmtUb
ameaded be.o. e e meltdoorS.too"
am". GAwaUSVLLB. 710333*


3&V C OLARK.


ToIM wI PDtI I


CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyers.


Practice la all Courts.
Federal


odbeft Gq ask-aw" USUOD&
Oese eVerGese1Ie aLe


lStte ainn


WS&Wsw

61. as"s


T. F. TOSMA

UNDERTAKING CO.

FliJ1. I INV? OF

NEA I )()D ...

VOpt IN %I .WhI'1


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Behalf of Bush & Safford.


April 15th, 1909


o, w@9oIp


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0
5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will he issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be wed


as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.


These due hills will be


given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To fI brit I rc b d-- wIaiom-"usn. i a frw n rch fr ....... 2SSM
To ft S s kI ric M mist m a nW for each fior...... ... 17W9
ToI -- -i m -.a imt h tW s a li f ac fr.... ... ... $151
These due bills may be used by the winners or can le disposed ot to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of I tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in a-! respects there-
to will be given each of those timing.
iFS


How and Where to Get

- i Votes
The following merchants will give one ilte
for every cent paid into th.lr establhbhm .t ,for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broa.
Hyde & Tench.

Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxts will be found in the e.Lablih.
mcunts of the nietrchanti giving i, *e. ai.ld it The
Sun oflf'e Votes sent by IUAI l ut th' eiire<'te-d
to the Voting 'onlites't Ik-pi'arut et l 'IhL Sai
Gal.'-' lit. Aij .e.


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Rules and Regula~on
1. Tile contest i:-.olen to anYolle hemS b
Alachua county sho is kno'iai by til't. coduclM
of Metcmt o te tor oui'hed for [, j.,ime rt-put"b
persT~on. to tile~ni Yell kubo~u.
2. No etnllaoie'e. atta( hevt or re :kill. of thle'Pf
1jri.thirs of t he' allt)% t amwed fir: art igi~bit
part iciloate. ill tLb c(nate'.t. atid aillI articlI4I*6
'.. Ili the e.'uent of a rni.kuumit ,'.t.-aidiibet5a
canid datch or otht'rm iamh r'tettil Ilitho lo neA
hucta viontr4 .'ry iq wy be.. t fi. I itU.d tu ~CIO
dluctor2, of 4'ie't Aho alie g art Arc.OxIP
qu~alafltd to rviadvi da I -s
4 Ill tile .*ive'~t A ij i' i' .' t wt
(.'.a% frow the rat e. t-,l Ii 'o O1'U
al it~itA 44 tu tr~aj ,p r %w*-e tu t~i tb '.
candititate in the c~atest.


DAIL Y


$1.25-lThire mouths' ,ubrcription .. .. ............


$2.50- Six u, nihs' bubicription ...........
$5.00- Oie,' ve,'i subtci e p ion .............


4(0 votes


... 1,000 votes
. 3,000 votcis


For a club Jf five ont.)cai -ubLcriptiu i(s (before- April 1. 1939).2S.000 votc,


For a cladII tLll tP11I S ioutV bUbbCrlltiW!,S (bdfure Apt-,, 1)


THE SEM


S25.000 votts


5 5 a
5 5 5


500 0W
1.200 v1
3.500 v0
3 000f vot
, ,J 0


-WEEKLY SUN


1 11,.Ij.4 jo~


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So.,cit rg rt,',S t) C.."r,d dt. r friends cthin the stores
d:!-t'ub-tr'p votes 's undesirel t"y


THE BUSH & SAFFOR


CONTEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished

The Bush I Safford Piano Co., Sole Repe-

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mma,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUNE


$3,560.00

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


Additional


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THE IAILY S'N: (;AINESIIILLE. FLORIDA, MARC('H l. 1~.,(,


We Does


idltoo'4 ivir;i' llI?- Mll",i
sure0.r 4bit'eu as 1':1:1 %I
MWolt4t 91141 ll" ls 1o"110j'I t II
tM I ha h gm-oish 051ir fit-% 4ar
ejygebing ,'* "0" h"""t"a' *..
01110'"tof mete5. %*Ie1Srje lei'
they flaic leck. -tile
M m laugt IIIl )4,1i l o
be e will laugh'.- .
of te imk-ritoUs" 111.1,siP6 Lill
,.hpbf3o iity. A roigel
bijlcusa is st illcuvri
ad Owis ls thist ufellieow
*I foe' bium."
gret pbyasitogibllaelixt.
j~stire n)0the i'ry uu*
ad 6laire nat ure of a
a I@&,of ebarnetur. If It
Sohualtny ad ocsai4iua*U a gai-
Nwt.WaTvflWt las all the
W dimql lbi.cheek and
*6 Anam lmouhInitfal~lible cii-
& obo-Cof d 13' greatt 1114.
18 uecc dg of dDttaioaeaticeli. 4':Ie
caatmius lw0-dU that
glg~ cotnslilrafttairterely. If
%@j Is Iaugthter W~hen Ilait"
was in I'ari.4 Il174;7p he

g py cjiltail. *at;omd ookt.
They wli. Lo' 1i _-.*t"o1,i:;i
we God matiathe kill-, tto Ie
b' first. 31s lidtmen Mid ii tlm-
Sadl&.Larib devoutIly em I tit lyeci

a won fitilia to vie rayr I3 t
go hrk within him aUnatil be
b "th"re taathile~ic six'aaitloicalit
lb ht e aaaled by liaatair4e aef
*jbewagr fithatwli~ileaae e estld
No hugh. laititalc o ospuntetouteoa

Is it hlt liai4 Ile truivHl aw fra it
.0.17 t) rmia. ['li iee eo 11. 4of
60 be rara'Pi eiiailo-awol tahai
but owetImlie ll1.0,1 iti'.o.lire..
So wbft be lcanirif eIlit aspiiaa~a-
e ILaurfho.Iseia'o." *1.1.4 1,4 cIt
~tu-itlnt Wa fat olroita
61 ieun. al .Ill'.e-fmi.Ii .
#am ru~elpI-q













Olslib n r.-lI t'.il i i;' i Ii'm
I~ b-'rr I. .-k
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bmtlov-danitir. i.'irteo
tt1 e di 1 rt. PIo '4210110 r 1
11i1111s11oir.I-' tivoi a%%,j '' -
1 'ke i I e io ot
with 0,o-tsr~e' wi 2
bog tl" Ioil .01&;t

11t1.. i l 1, c

,mufifu daett.c 4 os 1.lt i ,i me r-..
b hun a -eouIdli.J .t .. 1-11.t 114*Il
ftbo" l Iis 'A- 1-o .r ii
emu"11Ia al Ai lab. I1 111a1l l.
a eililrNiclji i '.4f I.io iT :ac



IN A biuillai-
"Iae \ t lulu iii:

SWI S jllau iaaca, .-so
~am aulit'V~ ai 411,4 .aof lilt 4ioe ltiol

Wf1Milligly 4eeiisiaaei' ,s
I" hisl ulirill. %earkling Ili

S"thel tefy VIA [U111114.1s1
11tb. tlt'. emitiabeei .. 34'.4 saite
1111ior witll*, -Pasrro.-A itanedit,

ta 461,1111A thaot It o h





In s~hal. blo a ol lo

hI bhuta ladII '. g


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LAUGHS


It He Gives
character.


LAUGHTER.

Way In Which
;n'e Vain and
ly-M-e Who
rely Smiled.


many l' Ilae laith:%o 1ieaqni l eix (4cit1%uIi tite
4.41s11 ilalhlt v f:1, c4 wit Mtlli ttile. ua
Peattatry's la' emily fir III-11i aY lead
4 '11#11111% .1141in wmt If. S f.. t i t)%.'
T11:11 illy aju ll.lc Q. !.I iul1, re py
fir reteeorta. haNowIee rie

which Ibite daft of nrcu-
nietit hnrm' IN-4a11 eat asff thei Pith.
Ile 4 :iaga.*"tia'imr tu'. 1ra 141 ld Ie
Oemrt itae% -''italle tSpitin's zaln and
tiielkhoh 1ht'itorvawAy*"- Williuam Ma-;
I at~In 11AI.4laalen 4 reutThaoimght ii
His Hand.
Tesi Jitafa4iAW.1% 11.1% ltajrWhi~t tOn Oaet
(wo'it,4isll i Pao- lule iu 11orthated. Onte
44 the sziar t % lami lat-a Dii.tr**did iucet
likevt'mKrazgm iioe~tl i*vhad aIaIeiit a4fe-:I r
ryilair a .."NMI deal ofl a 01l,14-k re'amlty-unr-
de'r PaIk iiite~ar teimik, asti tel i,'rest t if ic
laim iaiw lm4- r I. 0.lmtal sIa Bmt. ht Ihe tal.
lees had :,,-~.o41IVA.k. iich elatmttledt 'rest,,
I I jlaI:i %. :eI ItaI1e1 1s 11t aIfItill I IIIota tco 0 11ejst Ie I I I s1
tltejo1tit iatI. a. list ia' i:t !sla-eakr 4 f lila
Pioie at-e 'if lsc'aiale 'a.: F. tarka'at ill
tue- alaa'l.e 'Ii. ttieltsi si esI. i. *'Itatok.
if alarlii %%.I.. %aaj-. t la a igial o-u
lain vv-


A Terreble Threat.
YOal w%:a -% .ir 'I ei ss l l au.a
hou11%t hrtta o'.ei %.. It


'c ito'i l-W w rv %%oI t =--- ;1Ili %


1 116-1 4i. 1 al -Io-' II. .I lits I [ao'


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A Swollen Jaw
1, witase ro'ttY iiir I''oa anl' t~
d alIc I.- a~.l~3tii'i~t c

I si~i j ]rq 1I 1. t ;i- d -, I.Ir. curt.':t It


;uii~ .at.d all 3 Ito': atid l'.Ii1i~
-. 0 ~' Sm 5..L.


Mav OV1l~J p .mtmA p r

s ontie to os tf e




n'I Ov% Apr VAeft10JaC.- ~athe .14 o
rcmedach.efo~~lrv'i relm. a-c toesiast
t-4IAv'Te J IiJ i~pJ N SPO t MeS,.lIr.
C4 11 kk it A4 epenj i ellta*
rftae~, proper jhoureluaet
rmw Cjrw foA,oQsj nf..41 It',mnn'tfruere)Iy.
ro*t its Lchefc.t cJ cIffes, eSsur
6,v tihe tcmiaazua

S~qrtp*5.01:1inkurjSgvi

Flo CO myp~l~
2w U r n"am ys
FucWSA iw rf .1v


1~Iuwisat MA Chum.ro


BearsthnW
sigDuature' o

Overfeeding.
-Aelviildruniitl4 rioetll ilalIas nd1111 !lm'
41mlii itkfri aa a ,avre:W1hZn;: aetiwlamixtKR
*. ojs I s' .' letae'tli h .11141 dipal.' o( If.-
saW ei CIA- 'lii' ages ism':aia melmil-honetae'iti
:111 :14111ti-a' '' itc' itt1:t1jcsorl i .% as? c:a 4-4a' 1
o oftiim~ ;oaca re @of s aedta, i? iel imt wh~ljs ioon
Int r 4,4 Ott, aiim'aam' ias'fle-r ut di-miaeanadal
Ita ii It #or %It i t-; mure runlk treotiaovear-
f(4ai'L.-l i Ito. 44ii i' elati i '." ,,pisws r 4 4 t' a eslatituai 'it4
iless~ r eirnk 'frosiza es% e'a-resilti? I
I bitt! :l' are alls!4-- t -i sIt intaasral theist'
it lo. s eI~'f) IalIle~'l m. itit I ljiiru.
'I'lea 0 tfT1 ?6ts i f 11114,11114111j:I 11 lai 1ilo a-j~I
t icii',;a rm t. n ii I the'1w ta me **


Char pailne Corks
Tesf a or-. siii. -'f Ir IItI- wi ki tl~ja
lied I. .ri. tlii er iiiitnhl ;o t- I I I a
ii tos.. Ileo' raili ot' oati e' ii t..!,1 1-
Ilit' i~ i;io- Icttor 1[tit te.he I o t it -o

I-d ItI -' cL 0A0 I0 I5'I I- th 1'I e

41a I I1 1'!411


Wormobogy.
st.cici i to, tuijw ad ltoi. t.'#rv Jaro'alt


"i old N i JUnLI'UL" If 'sur child i nrvois.- fr.-tful. .tart.,
in it's aklep,. I pasty faced., hba rings
Parties Ia la ing job printing dol,. at in I*.r It.#- % ,. ;>lN ;%.- ,I1! tiUill r'.
T1he Sun utlice are eititle'd to omlt i. iot g tl i iii t o< iI;ti ca n; cilia l,' .sllr,
't' in l the u lu.h & Safli sr.l 1'.t 0( t',"ln lth.' tr, >' i o ,- rin- h \\ itV a. ('ra lil
t<.-t for mtach ( ctel paid f r stuch \' : iif tgs ;i Ia .1b.uolute' curt. for
or'k laon t forgt't this %heni i >nee*'d wtomrini- it oi wn purgait' Sold
Of printed htat lonry. rt-ad lihe ad- l \\'i 1 ihi-.1 i a
vertii.',ment giving particular re- -
gardltig the contest and vote for the A little want ad. will accomplish
latvy of our ebm-.- h ig rem-llt.


A wl:IHSTLER WHIM.
Th. Artist Woutdr't Argue About Hit
Birthplace or Age.


011 ;' 'Vtsa114lii % 1 r11 11

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Iret Itt i 'tls a

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Is..rrn.i itt I* ,or.'- Ii Ite u
l r woI iol hit'l ie ii' e' i -r~ ti I -itt
Iii. lil Ier i i.I m' th It) Ii :1 %rlIfita

'ofm himi~' t'' in tro d et i 010
VI I:',.?l.- Willlm'r.* si Ia! t ioa,' st nu ng
%% I 1-14-:1m -44.% t 11 % 4-110 t
I.,.-ital iiinrart.l 14-1' 111$-3 1 of,
It r I o In Itat I 11 1 re .% it 114 I% 111

1The jol i iohit" iita' I II tahe wm'tlly nioul
III-- tnt i m-fIr "at t* e rim r Ir. ist4plo m reI i
a11:11*11 I as si- I tieve. in adltroA':Ing aof :t* I
411ll :u-z iv. -011 itta I aloeItrit tuuntil tee

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CASTORIA


HIGH-SRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS


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

bur Seeds Nav the tpltatin of Wi ad ML
Wc nare- Io, lw I.kiing ordlrp for oi'wa- anil ot1wr eamionable ed.. 'We
will In- ulad to mnall youa pbrkv on nrequml.


W. H. MIXSON SEED COMPANY C NlS


Send your orders for Job Printing to



THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


Real Comfort In Every Drop

In every household there should be good liquor for family or medicinal purposes. Our personal guarantee is behind
ever p.tckge th.,t leaves our houcs. And we know ou will find rcal comfort in any of the following:


FOUR FULLOT15


PREPAID5 0









ME JOSPH ZAMG
JACKIONVILLIS LA.


I


The Joseph Zapf Co.


Blends
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P.


Monogram


Per 4 It
gal 6,46 6,48


Roo Label. ''I SC)
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so' "I' 50. ~


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6sd1 antod I'd. AL eai
KA Paf *to C P1.


Bottled In Bond


(1,9 C 0 lo
9 KPLPPKX
k 4 1. r
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Per 4
gal 1.,f.


Kw.. Chalses Pa4d

Wines
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Strong Healthy Women
II a *wam *ronal r and heailtih in a womenl wa. moth.
erh4md .ans. Iw her but little ulering. I he itrmble li es
in the f,,f hlet the many women suffer from weeknee and
diease ,4t the distinctly feminine orgatenism ad are uaitted
lor inotht rhood. Tihe rc bhe remedied.

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures the we&akmees sod disorders of wonmea.
It ctsi directly on the delc te end importat ant
organs concerwed in motherhood, mekiag them d t
health strong. vigrs. vir e nd elastic. 11
.'F, orne lPresriptlin"' hemishes the indsposlitims Iof the J
perien o1f Cprctmlncy Vnd makes hbhy's cdien esvy and
almost peiniks. It quickees nld vitelis.e the lemnince
orgajn. and iniures a healthy cd robust baby. Teusde of woome bcve
testiftedd to its marvelous merits.
It. tlakes WeAk HWomen Stras. I Makes Sick Women We.&
honest druggists do not offer substitutes, lad erge them upon you as ") Ju
a** id.. Accept no secret Mostrum in plece of this me-mewwrt remedy. It
contains not a drop of alcohol cnd not a grami of habit.formincg or inierious
drugs. Is a pure glyceric retract of healing, active America reoos.






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Worth Advertisiq Fer"

The old adage that what is worth having is warth Mi .
ing for is still true-true of the mere intricate lifk dtdy.
The thing you want-whether it is a med piams or a
home, whether it is a ready.made hbsimes or a lost
book-is obtained readily through advertising, and with
diculty, or not at all, through their means.

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gW SUN EMPORTIER

l omed what Io is .

loml o .m0 Oea cta.
of the City.


0l ticrk" t Illttherfr.l -


see .02f .mil l i .
glp h 't s atasel ftit, 'r- I',S '
I- 11e lia' Itr
mc Cre' r. I-.It t,
90 at :i' .1 '1
i 1W 1 i e .* '. "1*.'41-'t" f r
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l liost o Restaurant.

re=., butter-milk and
l lnd dair.

mom aIm left yesterday for
l agim*g visit to Jacksoulilll<
Jil Y my 1Spring Milliviry)
S I 1hk ad 19th. rh. \V

t the potato grower and
d WaMo. was in the clty


Millmnery 0)(.111119 1411
isach1th and 114th. Mrs.

Lb turyUSUof I e II w..1,iiltheq
VOMd".He cafnie MI t:'llin'ss
w"ithte land office'
go48 oly for tao hour'.(of
watching moliorl iactareo'. to-.
a tme Electric The'atrc'

&EM1inmi. where .he'has'. be.u
the family of her r-on. .1 .J

LM a. Uo 'Of Be'll. (oIll. (of the'
eitisrus of that st-tiC i.
MMtheviihtlors 1to G.iiia'-% ill-,


ioolo Young mlen lof t IIevM ica~
* uuutin. wert' isittsr:% tip 4 it

Ik D IIH. IMaqris It'ft ,e-eel te
bft and othvr poinisin iith~t r-o4'


LI g vewvtt(if lt*.dl %%.i- avt isow
OW Red eritzenstha t %iai -iteii Ii
Imseay Hei, 0& tL.c*ci49
'bWiss a.there'

U'SIaiMfor 'A Tr ,t. t. Atl intit
Vb thi' Itairei 'l4 tI 4i At i i-
S. 3; and :m4~*ie
I. L Rt'naael .mid(P:'I W 1 ivi*Ieadl
.SCrtt'.n ettem -10,I-% ii ceare,

'"m toth ..*etri
ar- vl 4'ieieof hgig 4r'z'c.-
4* Wh to lb.' ciiii*te'aa' le
Wfge9#d in the dirugIiig54*
hr a11nuibe-r of '.ear- :wl ae' a;
aheu;e trade.
lIbemit orf waill(, IA Iie A
6. oeut.G eof the,.icte-
01f the Stie .it- andteer
of )'Ca~re. euplite-i'eI .111lo'ft tie
We uI"biU hb wee*41tte
166"00 "ttage to renit ()34itletk
84aro. feirtzarl t4c'ulpe~td
L. L .rams4.(. (it.$. %atf r 4-14-
~Ima.wille'rag.. 11.5tihandttall

it efwneue A111 1)Nr.
kI wum or Sun officeesd

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lr- .1. A 'e I hi;.- r. tur. 'il frie, a
I' l' l lllt a -st I f 11 I* w i| \ to I Illn ie

Yoil u ill regr et fatlli ti -,. Ih.
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Treaswr s 1t Er agf TI r
Aw if I, I I' e I I r ,t ie11.1 1 it .
Ii I -d .1 III ., ., I i t g i e I .

1 .4 k r I Iii kc I v i 1,,1. .,.1, C *' 4 11 t II1- 0l 4 '.E ,
~~~ ~ III I.. 1 1. S, ti% r t *'- I I%%Praee *I lt el,.e 1 T 1 I ~
if it's f .1 1- .* 4lie1 1 V I.-941e, a Se .4 e eil I i- II ..': e ii-
oIncte tlI 'I I t. I we'r is ite e I Ie's r

ole';5F Ia e'foit i if our te~' Icer'jiae.e. (.iiite ( ate's. a v 5)ii at a t;ItIito-
Ne..~~~~~~~- vh-II'eetl'iie ~~Ill piece' heads --manaufacturie our u.,ual
lee e'eSSjtat'c. tataard of e:.clh'nce. A~k our lo-
SAUNDERS & EARLE. valwrt-wdriaVm om im.k ai .. nd..


~*it Pai).'iof 1Moth Spritipts was in
t he clt% We.dnt!sIa:'
Cedar Key teyuters. day and night,
at Rutherford's Restauanut.
J. I- Mtedlin rreturuaed 3 e'iterd~a% fromi
a bumin..is '.i-,t to .lack!-#,aon vlMe

ket at the Iletetric Th.eattr. toiligliv
We. W. i~ru('.* taor airbiaisk- wa.-
anhihtg the' itor- 'to tht- (it% %si'
(Ia.%


C. A Thomas, outer of the planters of
Archer. was a i iitor to Ith, cit. at',
i rday
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Manasse.
I will hate namy Spring Millinery
Opening Isth and i19th. Mrs. S. W.
Ie<'4;r;llltl '
.1I Slprinig Milliner.) Openinag will Ie'
hleli iiil, ?.S II 1 I lih .h nd l!ith. N.1r
% \\ I.. q;r .n l.
Th,' l 'rfe'i-t l1 tla oriag e.xtracits Ilu.
i Nal*l t V ie nilla atidl I..mion.i Real fruit
.1 i r-I Pur 'tlr .0ah -ol4 te'ly
ank'!:sk (C'hill Ton:c is guaranteed to
ciinre 4hill.-, fer. PriCe :.'e Sold by W. M. Jol I noU.
I ., ,e I I I I i .I It'. I 1 ii" ci i-

f, l;l> I ia 11i .a1 kll-lhf '. ll t 1ll .;i t'l.
i ItOil \ alls
.1 "' l i T'ie n e a ,I I'1 II w;a- iii thie'
a II c .f- 'ri.>i iI' ti as here 4ili
ei e1i r c eile C te i i iT il il l ie' I Ilit'-d
Stale. Iail ofl i *
4; \\ l''k,: I. I I\ II <('e.A; 11 t f
I ,llc itt Ji ll I. ,%. ., I >i: c i4 le ia iale > I",
Mli t I F Ii. '* led, Ia, 111 1(1 i '11".-
1;01111 it !l 11 i ti *elf i .
M r.- .1 .1 F'l. w, lI' n ,n, l hitiiMr. n.
I1 tIl le e I I 1 .il I I.,t S Ill 11a 'I V 1 II
cI., s il a iiL ecl i t o t'u' i1lid a1!l
S e It 1! l ci ha l.elee \. -S 91. 4

1 1 .111 ln.4-a.r I ee l Il. S' ..itec ml w it t
il .l |'illi.l0 -1; I i1 1 .1, k e \ it i 0 s'

tle' I .l i' I- t %i l-( e e1 !**i ti l t
1 ,| 1 l l l l l l ll l ll II I. .,1 .ll'l l il111
()tl '1. i( --tl ld t o, i ,> l t i'l I 1 ll
hTr -1 tI1 i M I-- )'I.,, i,< Ilali-


am. 40iii cef le'aig -' rI -.t.iei.relf iie ke'-
eet I tj',itat I,,;, a, o 1 It., a; nl I ri oe',

IlwiC o t c ml 1I.a 1ig lo
.a Id, a-II I etoo Ii. T I .1 I 14 111tt %


' gro w"e'rs. i*tl Us I,'K }olUl Ur'I.
.Melton lunimt-r Co.. Micat.opy Fla
Maliag,.r Louis Kaillheld arrived in
the cit% last alght to Im- presen'tat at the
three'- imrfiormanlices to I,. giventl h the
Wills ('Conmpany Stage Manager
Kline is also here to look after his
d tit les.
Rit. W. M. Pugh of Waldo sas a
visitor to the city yesterday. While


here' he had his name enrolled oni the
ulii-crniltion list of The Sun and %iII
hert-after keep posted on the happen-
ings of the county
Hon. Z T Ilielby of Ilk.and ot.u
*,) the p roninient citizens of that city
is here on busine. s ith (Col I. S
Chuhh. He wa-. one of the memtnber.-
.-if the Republican electo'tiral ticket and
a hard worker for hiss part
W Z Chappell of lla-tings is in
the city repres-,ent I g a commission
lii-.-e For Ia tn %:i. etr rs Ie was it
re'.ide'i't of (ainesti ll. and has a largeK
:mi'milt* r of a iltaini't'ances. here A he
ir< .a-lit .- gladi to nlee't hlitlil
ii A Ford w,: P'alatka i.- amilao th i
li.-itrs to lihe cit IRllunor l- ii t
Itil! I1.' i. now ilar.ntr..t-d iin a Large,
It .il tli.it V ill aiff t this ilt to ai
e-rt.ai *e te'a- t :an l 111111 i')I.. that i'
will I,. -* f,-fuill. entgineeredi
It iI l, 'y & lit ol S,1 aaiia .ilh ha>i.
:1 I'hi.iie', of .r l *e iralh i e S I i tl ,.iia9S
:S .; l' :-- i.' a d11' ., S i ti S .i .lh hI .,d
S: !hal! r 1 :' I.. ..;id tli, are
a4iht ..e.lr .| i|;.a I I .i ii lii a imid iill i't
.halin \'ild'e ,fi .re ,her atlac lonitlahie-d
lt\ hi. little >Mit we'r' .llamoig the.
t it-r> herT \r e ti- .l.d lit .e I ll
tit fi "a#- It i. I'li 1 ti I ". i f tha.it e' '
fi ii. and i r tre all tI Imake pllcit.
!k.r Ii ow% n 11 l I,,.-d ill. .liiip l

.Aiording Ito n ,ldical auitlhrilies
Miad |iro ii t .' \ .(statistit.-. lterssions us
i llg l)l' Itread are 1i1 subjectt to ap
e'iidiciti- We are sole agenK'llt for ()-
;ta!d .JavgerSr Milwauke. l'ure i.v
ilr'.ad. 1:.' *andl e c it- a loaf Itrow ii

4 itliig: tI thl 111l-0.- o i M rs .1 E
LV ;tiiIirl I t ;g d(o atl*'(fd t ei4,l ),er .1ll
,,Atke kr It1 thlle 'iurlh. tihe 'dhipoe So4
'lai ih Icll Ha aiitoiinced foir F'ri
da.t evening under I he -alr piekr,. of th.
It Y I1 I1 h;ia lhe'e i ie ',**fltiil,.t*I ;:' t
Iee >ledl


.M i-.- I, ,li ,,kli ,, li, ,, h i- I., t,
NIi-s.l IK I*' ll it iik 1 %II '1 IIa- .lee'kt

-eI\lllie' fat the lIpa-t ISo wte'ek- re.
ll .I ,< 1 tei l \, -I't .l.1 Sit* I- II l lle.
f .e r.. Wi ll I. ii ,,i '. e ie,1 1 Iee* it l

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4 % 1ff t' I'i i erl aw l irti't~or of the Banik,
*11141l Viiol will alwayi~s fiind a (orlia) welCoofae in
teur lvanlkifig F4)tifhl.


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b_ InaerUomw. but Do advertlam
meat takes for lesU tam 0 oents. lst

words make a lUe;: no tractoma lines
every word over each six cort tig as
an additoral line. CASH ti advasee
must accompany all orders for taser
tons In tis column.

WANTED-HELP.

WANT.El)--M-.t'iesnge'r Apply Tele-
graph office'


FOr. RkNT.


FOR k.vN'r Fi.re-room cottage. AI
ply 200 0K liberty street

OR Kil. NT- Tw coattag.es. close inl
Apli\ at Telegraph office.

Foil RENT-One sixroom and two
fite rnl m ttages. ill South G(alnes-
tille. iin front of C(offin Factory: city
water A.\!1.li at Coffin Factori.

FOR RENT Five room cottage on
block next to square; (ity water
electric lights, bath room and all
miodertn conmentl'n'es. Apply at thi.


FOR SALL


i(11 SALE -I.I l'iie* ro'etaihow-4.e'il Smiath
( c. ii i ll.itiS .'14b22,12,401,ft.; Coll% 0.".
iviat Idria amid stablesi.. Ajppl to


F4 ilt SALEKWhitt- 14mae'-lifi d 4refrig-
eraoter. s ilid oak ('are gdoisl as'taew:
caItjeat'i I) L.40p lioudck. Mrs I ) C
V'.sraie 2417 W Main aS tre-et. North.

Card of Thanks.
I uishl' latei aiik otcan'asd all of the
I Do% se11 .1 '1r i -ies ,A I m -.4e 1 f:i iI ift hf IIY
41.- "I Ni s*:ie Mid Opeffe et l ie1-1111hrtIlgt
Ili- -iik i.4 %. 1141 (l ceaS I of tIli) If 1% 1 sg

I %%aili ftee t oaik allfriesatds for the
te.'auimfb i ~er and d.'a'imise. To the
F 41,E i' n-ma~wr.-I e'xte'iad Ii)heart
f. It tlaiakitm lsei ie, all ,ae'aaabera'. of the'
4 1I 4 ) *1 4 eaiI4.
NI a II il-= 'eu mal IitIli)aye'arsne'a't
ira.%ai It 0 1 we't full'
MIRS W T GII.


Galune.ville Lo)dge No
990. B. P. O. E.-Meets!
tniight at 7 :1 o uock k
In Elk-,' ilome Visit
Ing brothers cordially
we'leaid. R. E avis.


Lf. H.; J. 1. iDell, Jr Secretary.


fOR SAA--Two cottages a gots
aimlaeluIe; terms easy at r
able laterest iU sae to a
cashu. Apply at Sm oSee.

FOR SALE-Cornlr Ioe lo tl2 Mia
an We" Maim t. Lath Ind Beam
dary t. meat to Jeff KRteadd.
Will sll at a bargat m4 a
terms. Apply at km eol .

WANTED-MALE HELP.

WANTED-Young printer of ordinary
experience, who desires to better
learn trade, to act as Salley boy. et
beads,. distribute and set type oo-
csilonally, and do general awok as
assistant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good hats. Apply
at this office.

SPECIAL NOTICEL

HOFFMAN. the celebrated Germam
coach stallion, will make this seans
at Crawford & Davis' states. Terms
reduced -$10 service foe. cash l ad-
vai




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ly Man Applies Match


ISSMiN= It.-Tyaing a
OnVOW abet his seek
lad eveovw nthaame that he
Smb and thea throeewi a eot-
6 % Ol io hm to which he
as A mAth.k was the m te man.
~ kbJ savder Vim-ent. a&
W Mhi d Robenrt laird on the
I grveatle two mouths ago.
ted -o omlmit olicide. Accord
t phyrsians his method will
M aggtaL for he has hbut little
S 4 re*Mvery from the hurn.-
Sim was eOmadI la the cuaty
o* a Is tatSe prisoner. Mad
89 al sw -_*e at.
as ad d" sd --_as -b'
Wsbt wh m v m Irk --
gms to bed be pgessemed
ft was ad knewns
oeatrW bWem the


Aama reached the flesh. but the-
prisomers smelled smoke. and then
they heard a body strike thi floor
The sailor was aroused. and aIhsn Viiia
ceste's cell was reached it wa, s-*.ti
that his blanket was itn flani-. It
was not until the Jailor reaclie th.
cell of the Italian that he dicec c'l
that It coa'Trd the bud) of thlte ni.i
He then attempted to untle the* hault
kerchief. but could out do so. and w.is.
co0apelleed to cut It sith a kItifre Th'.
Italian, alnuot in a d)lun conditional
tod the sheriff that every night aIui .-
his Imprisouentl hbe had be-t. |pra,
tag for the young man aho e he h.a
killed The killing of I.sird eas. aS
eurding to sportators. ,ry cold blood
ed. the Italian shoutug bhi fl.e-. tiaM'.
as he slmud with a aumatwr of friend.
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BELIEVED TO B1 RESULT OP
WIDESPREAD CONSPIRACY.

Several Rural uardamem and a NMm-


of Pefeslft Tal to


te Weed.


HAVANA, March 17.-The rat
armed uprising agatmet the me Cuban
government oeerred Tuesday night,
within a little more thsa sis weeks
after the ilmuaagwntl oa of General
Cum as aPr*eWien Hw sorloM the
maevement IS It Is =peo@W to deo.-
termime at present all that Is known
bhoing that a sergeant of the rural
guard. statiomed at the town of Vuel-
tas. nla aata Clara province, with a
party of eves men, som other mem-
bers of the rural guard and a amber
oa peasants took to the woods and that
the troops are I active pnrsult.
While the movement apparently is
uanimertant uamerieally. all Indies-
tdns polat to the ltat that it Is a
part oe a widespread compiracy. the
nature of whib Is ladleati by a des-
patch reeeIved here which pted that
a spesia traan carrying a etachment
of the ral guard aauder emamd of
MasOemeral MonatesaaudB was pro-
oeedta as qualckly as possible for

President Gomes declared his inten-
lon of tastantly suppressing the ri -
lag and making an example of all con-
cernmed. He ordered the rapid concen-
tration of troops In the vicinity of
Vaeltas for the purpose of surround-
nlg the fugitives. Orders were issued
to the troops to make so prisoners if
they encountered resistance and not
to cease the purslng until all had
been killed or captured.
Later It was learned that a conspi-
racy had been unearthed In which the
rural guard was Implicated.


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____ ___Mmd te m llag( oe the m al e thr
"o a MI s far a toy thean lam ie on
S*N. O& te wdhefat tormasp oemt

s Io ntwtmmha" the M caema eMque .
Vs sothem"N _h De"oerat_- that left our
OWN* ay treaMdly arae defeat ed for
plo 614 M4t"i it wMu serve hs right,-
km I3 m pdeaat Dnerad thmpon the
w gli ll esveot e ahoe vote, while sR ll 'bolt
S NW d the Colar" Over the reatter.
*" h"Bat a A"r@ ar lata h thoe blame on
thew d um ote ai membership of the
tMN for the date"oft he movement
io nefern r nof te r les--it is


-h-eeno The body of a the Dms t
Si e g ramems lyaT reited il Cmannon.

& sh e sevos secpe r mthe prles, I
In m ITt m"W l1ry is1 epmablics.
a ft mw chteaget. eruels anyday It
mI k m m At.Let the D *ate party





wpe to a ig--d Dee rrma_ r_-_ted in oo s oler
hilt beis seead in theo raes. but
r prwdaeli iumteare soeftgetaret wonortance.


MELROSE,. March 1t.-The youngg
men of Melrose gave a very enjoy-
able flahfry to the young ladies on
Friday night. A very pretty place on
the lake shore was selected. nicely
cleared up and provided with seats.
Besides the fish all kinds of other
good things to eat had been provided
and the twenty-flve guests present
pronounced It a great succeft
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are Mrs. 1.. P. DuPont and Miss
L. DuPot. Jacksonville; Prs. Lyon
and Miss C Lyou. San Antonio. Tex.
Rev. C. B. Hedrick. Starke. and W
P. I. Tupper, New York City.
C. A. Richardson. Pittsburg. Pa las
the guest of A. J McGregor it Is
his first trip to Melrose and he ex-
preses l himself very much pleased
with the town and ma)y locate here
Another very pleasant birthday
party in the shape of a picnic at
Parish liamnonk *ai i le-ii osn S atur
(dla) the Ui'eati of ahotlr bemingl Misiv
Ik.rutl, W:r Vr. .who.s- e.i*"h birth.
daS it a%& s Th,- ,Itvii 1,11 .' "1 e
rl- |h li nt oif a iia.til -r .4f dollA iaild
fci I i rt'l v Kitl.- \i I ,.I 't.l41 -l i tta le-
-*" ,I .I, t ill it ,, it ..,' ,1 lirt lid A %
cak- w hilch liad i ii.- 11 I hvI a a
(ruins tlii|M-r> lite k 'Pa a lituch
adnilred, and it a; ; Ve>Nlt l.l, it hoIked
About thila tfie, were re tri l at ia il
1toe.I <' t 4e I < -l'lol
The iaiim frie.i-id of A A M%iat-.U
SillI I., al %i to hetir lihat ha- h.i-, ,. ,
qultll, fal l lfh, t ih Jo l (4e dAc ) .
I I .ind \It- i' 'I '.11, and Al alid
\ II T l l l.t- enter ll.,4- ittlone f Iort%
I tin 11 trio iln at tlh lIad II.l0l oni
I'l' .-Ad.a) I light The- noa-I Altd re eIt a
i leoi *il Mr aidil Mr- A : i'vear.all
.1A. Mr I A Iti, lis I .lidi ed 1i1eich i to
tile ciijcol ni, i o, f (thi ieIt-ia- l ie n liaital
riefre -aliti iii- wt t r.r c.r l, dultiril f ill.


lome article that Is simply "ton the
way" at your house might If adver
Used, be sold to someone who Is asa
toaly lookain hr Ia.


GET BUST UN TAKIff


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-ya e~ PAhti


WASHINGTON, D. C., March 17.-
President Taft' mege was m oelved
by the Beaate aad House yesterday
with demomtratloums n both bodies.
The mes age was as follows:
-To the Senate mad Hose ef ReprW
seutatives:
"I have convened the Co gres tIn
this extra session ti order to enable
it to give lamediate cosderatlom to
the revistolom of the Diatgley tariff act.
Coaditlos aecttag production. man-
utacture aad business Igoerally have
o changed In the last twelve years as
to require a readjustment and revise.
ion of the Import duties tamposed by
that act. More thaa this, the present
tariff act. with toe other sources of
Government revenue, does not furnish
income enough to pay the authorized
expenditures. By July 1. next, the
excess of expenses over receipts for
the current fiscal year will equal
$1000,0.*,*,0.
Pledged to Tariff Revion
"The successful party in the late
elect in la pledged to a revision of the
tariff The country and the business
community especially expect It. The
pro|wvet of a change in the rates of
Import duties always causes a sus-
peaslon or halt in business because
of the uncertainty as to the changes
to be made and their effect. It is.
therefore. of the highest inimortance
that the new bill should be agreed
ulon and pawed with as much speed
as possible consistent sith its due ad
thorough consideration. For this rea-
son I have deemed the present to be


HOST KILLS GUEST OF HONOR.

Merrymaking Turns Into Tragedy by
Accident.


an extraordinary occasion. with tft
meaning of the constitution. justify
ad requiring the calling of aa enft

"In my Inaugural address I stNa
nla a mamary way. the prinellt
upoa which. In my Judgment, the ir
vislom of the tariff should proceed a4
Indicated at least one new source of
revenue that might be properly Iw
sorted to in order to avoid a feature
deficit. It is not necessary for me to
repeat what I then said.
"1 venture to suggest that the vital
buhsaes Interests of the country ro
quire that the attention of the Cao
gress in this session be chiefly d
voted to the consideration of the mew
tariff bill and that the less time give
to other subjects for legislation In thib
session. the better for the country.
(tBlaned) "WILLIAM H. TAFT.
"The White House. March 16. 198l.
The message received careful atten-
tion on the part of Senators. many
of whom laughed when the President's
suggention that no legislation except
in relation to the tariff lI considered
at this session was rad.
A mention by Senator Hale providing
for an adjournment yesterday until
Friday %as adopted and the' Scnate
adj',urned.
Inniedil:tily afli r lea ligh the' Se
at, Secretary lAtta. who haid conul.y-
,'d the messpigc to the, Sn:ait.. pro.
ce-ded to the 1ouec. A hnc- t ni' m
sage was r the readillg the Republicanic broke. out
into loud and prolonged aililauye.
The message was referred to tih. Comu-
milltee on Ways and Means.


BACK TO THREE.CENT RATE.

Missouri Railroads Take Advantage
of Decision.


P;.-SACOLA. Fla. March 17 --in CHICAGO. March 17. The re.-unp-
the ntid.t of mnrr. making A I G.b- tio( of a three-cent laaee.sger rate is
hard Phot anid killed John WaxweIll Misouri to replace the jlort-. .lt t.
nere .-aortl. after midnight y).eterday cent rate declared confiscator) by
morning Gethardt was nost at an e. Judge McPherson. was decided onu at
tertainment given in Waxwell's honor. a meeting of executive and traffic of-
The shooting was accidental and was eers of the inland roads. The sc-
due to Gebhardt giving an Imltation tion of the conference was unanimous.
of how he would defend himself from ___
the attack of a highwayman. Geb- If you have lost or found anythlang
hardt surrendered Jo not fall to keep your eye on the
elassifled advertising colmas.
An ad4verUm band thbeat M arkt Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for O*Twythtg eke, why mot 0or yea for you--of something you don t need
permoai -.rvw-*-- I for something you do.



Cannon Is Hissed Upon



Naming of Committees


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calamaer 1ti1e.c41lT I e- (I r aAi i A 1-a~
'A .Ax thic t'I, -I Ih01 ic-I .
A a-leat eciIAei atj hl-. itIts. -

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% I AcA I e% o 4 1 i et dcceae Ite i
calle, Ci -kAr-li.tc1itIeI X1I ia
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LJ ...--.it-rI t Iic tala-I Ihe-r i sued wct
lit- c i 4eII, if I-, hatix ue''a th thu e I-
11ccalite .41,' IIa, It 'A eA, t lthu- dslll i('e? of
tlic lite1,041,.6-itt tacaul gegats slid the
le-mae caitm A'ina the' e1iue-D1tteall (f 11t4,41
f) haag thc.,rule A-, tsi, itawomue Adcltiae -ui:
aga-t tie ate b--atlraa lJ I eice.a- j .jqc Is, e It eI
aite rtpte-rs ire-cadhel
$iac-ake-r (Caauauifta anuuatict ci the ful
los ieSlf; utbuidttevio
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Published Twice a Week--Mondpy and Thursday _.


m n0.6 (IAINESVILLE. FIA)RIDA. THIIUSDAY. MARCH 18, 19-9 bNE JILAR A YEAR



TS" HAVE A" PRESIDENT TAFT SAYS
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i tbmn you know what
-ge p-tUing. REACH
QUALITY.
A pWIP vo gualntee with
Sardl bMaring the
,CH name.
W ci fair. on.
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aw a 4&Ut 5-I gI. ,pwis omni

aemim for Iam~y W I -f' lwitcus e at
p pUtswae known to them to be
wrA ---m madtnal7 bmwe~ial to edeg,
moved& to theIWm qdin amjpde, yet
p i GIs
b ppb- d tht 4mrnanl with its cx-
low adke -, of ynap d imP m"A
0 m N& it go= d ('allfonuma Fig S"r
on a d6 dm thwllines M and ~~
"MMOM m~muihdwhhk"" twrits mmb
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VA?0MA riSK

TAOI. imal 1.-At Mmsampy
S i eva.. MiAStonc at I

s onO W1 sltis days nwas M
StOWmS eam hbertmh by em at
tha me at theif the Gainesville
l -- t -T k tmo




tUdh Ar -th -e e- ts of the Mle

4 thOaMtnof tae three emed tiapt
oam eM de eeb armed th Miss

Wto hin m ajorty After the
t at m theoIr "l e eoeetae



I o Prdas n e.W March 1k at
e bleaild lalbelront heme of Mr.
-d M. J. W. Chamber ua at Lettle-
daie ea, Mrsa J. W. Chamberlin was
6BerWa a prl Mrtl iday party by
Mieneptg sad ThemOG. The beautiful
P a dtlinm were thrown
f#AV OW -M of the guests.
Mode I M- fmaled by Misses Reeves
d mpblt dring which the uesats
emayed ateormal daeme. At 10:30
dalaty roareshmemts were served, at-
tlr -wmeb "llime Sweet Home," was
played. WIhMnl Mrs. Chamberlin
masy "et&Nra of the day. the gueb'ts
departed. declariag her a most charm-
tag hates. Those present were:
41L. R. M. Chamberlin and son. Mr.
aOd Mrs. 0. T. Jarrell. Misses Reeves.
Lmras Mredlm Mabel MeCrdile. La-
verse Bobbtt, Lola Maud Smith.
Martha Mamh and Miss St. Clair;
Moaer. MeCredt., Rivers, Pontane.
Aleamder. CarNos. Skater. Jones and
aaluard Chamberlta.


Of -d health should prevent saick-
04s iased of lettans theam-evee oet
f an thdm try to eure it Soloa
Ua yes 0eep yewr evr, bowels and
Shim h In a healthy and actve comn-
doae you weat get sick. Ballard's
Mualie treMevsessmetlp toa. iactimve
Iver and all **acr and howel tSouw
hss *hed by W. M. Johan.

REALTY TRANSFERS.
elsneenofwe PrOperty was Never s
AWtive As It Ia Now.
.*w peP-o re ase the great acti Ity
NoW a eieee4d in real estate In
QlaensvlUe an1d only one that keeis
eeOe up with the changes can form
ay Ide of the many transfers be-tlag
BMde at the present tsie
rollwin *is the lit of change.%
aince MaOday: P 11 Itaker to Cras
ford & libtis; U. W H)de to u(ora :
Times: C A. Williams lut J I. Mrtlln.
'c. r. uoodmaan tu Isaac Nubla. J li
Hudga e to Mrs E J Matthea. A (
I*eenburg to W .L. iudauou. 1i i t ol
we to Henry l *ial u. J M (uluia to,
C A. Willilams. 'Clra lieroai to (C A
Wfllansm: It W Ik.., to W 1. lliA,
0. 0 Russell to J. 1. Matthlleu. L.a
vegilne Noys to lons IIea.drkik?,


How c n any person risk takilug
aume unknown cough remedy s hei-m
Foley's Homey and Tar costs them uo
more? It is a safe remedy. contains
ne harmful drugs. and cures the inuat
!aboUelm a eoughs and colds Why e
;i, taet with your health? insist
eupe having tiheolne Foley a Huo
el ad Tar. J. W. McCullum Co


Race Suiciade
Is not nearly the menace to increase.
in population that deaths among In.
fans are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's laby
Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery,
sour stomach and all Infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 2rc and 50c per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Farmers' Union to Meet.
ALACHIA. March IG.-The Farm-
ers' Unlou of Alachua county will
meet at Alachua on Friday. the 26th
inst.. promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.
The President of each local please
take notice and try to come and bring
as many delegates as possible.
E. 8rt:.S.C:KER. Press.
W PARKER. SEC.



CASTOR IA
I. la bats sad CMia il
lhd Yu Avap hqt
ea n the
tgatr a of 9f

Good a ft-isc V'h.
The W.'nam lii. r t in ynu e-
,.%tr 0 -' :i r "', fr i ',h erl< hll*
En rtlly ,wir' i I-tt; .. l. hardly
v er t''is Ifi 1 .Ill, i Itr..Ikl) L.Life
Alrwost Got It
"Is lriher inti diler i I fei ther.tn ll-

'' e I I ; 1 t i 1 1 it lu ,ih .r '
. -., I' ,, 1 1 i, i I .

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Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
I.grli|>| ttoighiK ar- daliigertp a-
thlie fre'iu< atistl d 'ltelopi tutoi |mi -iuaeinion
IN 'otle'> a lluoty anud Tar unit uiily


bitiijj,. i htit-augh but hukit- satied siremagthi
*-it the ljunig" owthat tma)o serleus re
suit& muted twItweaed The govaiuiltr
Vuiry a iLune) Slid '~T eutAr O AIII tao
harmful drugs and W In a )elIeJV. leatk
Aar hetfusei ubatitutwo J.- W 14 4
cuilluni A Co


ML. WAITS HAS PLAN.
Favoer Coting Cotn Aerege tn Heaf
to Raie Pree of Saple.
editor San: I will ay har Sir..
because I w'.*t to ta*k to tI!. WeV
a.a:u, r :,. d tie LEat K..Jer aboutlt I.
i r.;I ,s. U i.* le-gialatuin iu regaird .

Yes. we ought to receive 40 eqv *
for our cotton, ard ae want to L. ..
how to make It bring 40 cents. Nu'
can't use a force law; we a.i..
raise the price of cotton and at ane
ama Ume leave the whole *,, -
free-a free county Is what ULI ....
era left as, and why should a iii,,
amy changes and live under thie ** *-
alty of the law?
I wold suggest that the people, by
mutual Caseat. come together and at
the cotton association decide the
questionI n this way: that ate ill
plant jut half the acreage this year
that was planted last year, sad say we
WIN keep this up for eight years. An
empty market makes a good demand.
We old farmers need not think that
the spinners ever allow themselves to
get short of cotton. They invest two
years ahead, when o ttn is cheap.
Mke It is now-it Is just as low an
they wold have it.
A faree law wold bring on a panic
-bhakers would shut their momey up
Swe failed to have a lively exchange
la the emmtry. Just look back to old
Confederate war times: Pive years
we did not plant any cottm; we lived.
out of what we could raise-we dil
not have a market for anything we
could raise. Now we have a market
tor. everything th t cun be produced,
cur chances are a -t as deal i etter,
amd I say, for one. I.'aseu the acreage
to one-half while the market is good
for other produce.
After Ave years of war, cotton sold
for $1.31 per pound. Surely after
eigbt mrs, with a half-crop during
that time, It should bring 40 cents.
We want this subject talked In ev-
ery district in the State of Florida and
an every late that ralaes cotton. Let
me hear from all who accept this plan.
The "ast Ender" said the new law
would be good for mothers and little
children. I think I love Uttlh chil're-
the best, and believe our plan %ill bt,
of more benefit to them.
Times are getting better aid con fl-
deuce is being restored. Let us re-
train from doing anything that will
frighten the return of prosperity.
W. J. WAIT'%.
Fairbanks, PIFl., March 16,. 1909.


W. M. JOTSOM


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*ead s- tes sad weU pack sad dip you thile sek
that leflaly site at Wetail tore* foe 7.-3. 0 oSto leMethef
seat and back with Puwech rufAe at top. Made eof oak
aiiahed toldes sad hibaly politbed. Mahsgany aMe if
desired. You can save lots of *soey by buying er-
Sm e bsesry that bayslumber is I8 tSe, makes iwm@
anid msels them rght here ia the south I p al
i Li-Ta-ving you heavy freight charges and retailers'
npr eOr bOw lNo IM ld g aola over Seo dimeret
kinds of cir* for parlor, dming room. kitchen, porck.
Ilaw, sore, oace--ll siesa sd styles-ll at lowe br-
sea prices. l:very chair arasteed exactly iaps -
srated or yo'r monsey back. You take so risk what
ever. Mail postal today for Catalogue sad special
SChrltms List. Means dollars la yos pocket. #


Anti-Saloon Attorney's


Home Was Dynamited


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MARTINSVIILE. Ind., March 16.- broken into splinters. All the win-
he home of Charles G. Renner. at- dows on the north side of the house
>rney for the local Anti-Saloon Lea- were broken. Mr. and Mrs. Renner,
w who were asleep at the tinta of the ex-
us. was wr<-ck,,d by d.iuxinite about
plosion. were not Injured.
iddilKht Monday night The charge At an Indignation meeting a rev4olu-
as Placed under the stone steps on tion was passed asikl qgthe county
ie north side of the house. The steim commissioners to offer a reward for
ere shattered and the porch was the capture of the dynamiters.


I-Y OUAVE TOYOUE R CEIW HI 0 Blk-


The good-will, kindest regards and best wish-


es of each officer and director of the


Bank,


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

Make our place headquarters--every conve-
nience afforded to make our place pltasant
and agreeable to those. who call to see us.


THE GAINESVILUE NATIONAL BANK


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TlFF l0[NFR.rT .TE SUN: M ARCH Iflt.II)9


.IQUALFED VOTES

| o HUNDRED LESS THAN FOR
MANY YSARS PAST.

Iy nerest In Election Is Centered
On Marihaleip, There Seing
I Three Candlldte.

S The coming city election which
S Wsl place just four weeks from to-
Swill have the smallest number of
S amed voters of any election for the
P A several years.
owig to esuch little Interest being
Sh ti the election there has been
d-y UO qualsed to participate.
T ere is very little interest taken
eghlde of the marshalship, but all
Sioeo of the candidates for ths office
eg deoig their utmost to win votes
w r to their side. At present each
Sthe three candidates claim victory
i- eoly the ballots will settle the
sriemsy of the contestants.
It has bees rumored that oane of
o tres candidates would withdraw
bsde the election, but all parties con-
pumed have been seen and my they
mI n the contest to the wind-up.
There are In the neihbboood of
o hundred lees voters in the coming
dolm than formerly, the receipt
b- showing up this shortage.

MAYOiWS COURT.

Pwr Cases Up for Hearing en Menday

m Tueday's 9Dally Sim:
Mdy was the busiest day with
r Davis for some weeks, he hay.
1W fter violators who engaged in a
asesal mix-up on Saturday night, and
It gave the wheels of justice a chance
to eaal turn.
Marry Mulberry, who got too much
beasse ad started the difficulty, for-
fltid his cash bond of $10.
Thoampso, disorderly conduct.
was taxed $10 and costs.
Berthe Bradley. arrested on the
charge of disorderly conduct, was re-

Jeba Hall was let off with the pay-
at of coseats on the disorderly charge.

New0% This?
We sEer One Hundred Dollars Re-
werd or any case of catarrh that can-
0 be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F. J. CHaNUT & CO.. Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
I. OsWey for the last 16 years, and
elre him perfectly honorable in all
SkbusanessI traacto, and iAnan-
ly able to carry out any obliga-
lens made by his firm.
WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN,
S Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0.
HMas Catarr^ Cure Is taken Intern-
aly, aeting directly upon the blood
ad mucous surfaces of the system.
Telmoalals seat free. Price, 76c per
ettl. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills tor const-

Realty Transfers.
The following real estate changes
have taken place during the past two
days: Mrs. Helen T. Chesnut to Mrs
A. J. C. Helms. Sarah L. Robb to
Chase. McArthur. W. 1I. Phifer Co. to
Ms. E. J. Waldron. J. W. Blanding to
T. W. Hands. United States to Ellsa
Colbert. J. D. Hodge and wife to H. F.
Waltoe. Daniel Graves and wife to
Viola Palmer.


A Swollen Jaw
h not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
its maused by neuralgia. toothlache or
Saiedet. Ballard's Snow Liniment will
teduae* the swelling and rel eve tr.,
PlWi. The great and sure cure for
hematisam, cuts, burns, bruises.
aIda-Sany and all aches and pains.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Tom Brisban Dead.
rom Tuesday's Dally Sun:
It wa* rtixorte.dl in this day that Toni Irlh.i.an the. %ll knowht II
b tgor ialittlr, %a d tl H. %iv. lnly
etiatlly eal i(cted h -re- f it I.atil hir
iWfe and ralip giK a ditiir. tain g-iner
Illy while oii e of hii. (Irutla k it
spret-t anmiild lit. A~ ( diilM till1.' flr till
Wr it a t (h lani ahli e -t '(' l llinl 1

Poley Kidneiy i Re-dy ill curet
Y) (htti of kldn'v or btilild.r t rouill-
t at i ii, 1 ,, 14 ,,,,,l I,.- r,-.ni I of ct 4 ,'
t t Curh(e- ha baCr l hel uiIe trAi 9i- I I
Ut s that if li.egl -e *Crtilt' dt-wa. r A cColluim & C,'


Most children eat too much,
overtax the digestion, get
thin, weak. languid, stop
growing-that's malnutrition
or non-digestion of food.


Scoff's. Emulsion
has helped countless thous-
ands in this condition. It is
both nourishment and
medicine-a most powerful
aid to digestion.
A small dose three times a
day will work wonders,
but be sure to get Scottff .


saws aftibirm, Uaw sii ho
ona eW lMam d g md pf
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DOATH OF W. T. GILL.

Popular VYoeng Man Seeumbs to
Dreamed TyphodM Fever.
lram Tuesday's Dally S:
Mr. W. T. GUI. the valued cashier
of the Southern Express Company In
this city. died at the Odd Fellows'
Sanitarium on Sunday night from a
continued ease of typhoid fever. being
confined to his bed for the peat four
weeks.
The deceased had only been a citi-
sen of this eity a abort while, but by
his genial and courteous treatment of
all that came In contact with him, had
made a number of warm admiring
friends who will regret to learn of his
death.
On January 20th he was married to
Miss Minnie Shawl of Alachua, and
their happy wedded life consisted of
only a- few weeks, he having been con-
fined for the past four weeks to his
room with the dreaded disease.
Every care and attention was given
him and all that could be done to
prolong his life was done for the pa-
tient sufferer, but at 11:15 p. m.
Sunday he expired, be!ng surrounded
at the time by his devoted wife.
father, and attendant nurses.
Besides a devoted wife, he leaves
a father and mother, four brothers
and three sisters to mourn his demise
He was a member of the F. 0. E. No.
1844 and I. 0. 0. F. No. 11. and these
orders will assist In the funeral ar.
rangements.
The services will be held this
morning at 9 a. m. from the First
Baptist church. Rev. S. B. Rogsn
preaching the sermon, and concluded
at Evergreen cemetery under the
beautiful ceremony of the order of
Eagles.
The pall-bearers selected by the
Eagles and Odd Fellows are requested
to meet at the undertaking parlor of
R. McClellan at 8:30 a. m. as follows:
P. F. McCook, W. D. Wheeler, W. P.
Mooty. John A. Rosborough. W. P.
Moseley and 8. F. Sheppard.

FUNERAL SERVICE OF W. T. GILL

From Wednesdays Dally:
The funeral services of the late W.
T. Gill occurred from the First BapUtist
church Tuesday morning, where a
large number of friends of the popu-
lar young man assembled to pay their
last respects to one who had Just
blossomed out into manhood and plan-
ned foer a bright and happy future
when death came.
UBeing a memniber of the Eagles and
Odd Fellows. both orders attended the
services at the church iu a body. Re.
8. It. Rogers preaching the services.
He touched upon the career of the
young man and paid special tribute to


the young wife. and mother, who was
unable to be present owing to sick-
ness,. which brought tears to the eyes
of many of the spectators.
Music was f rnished by the choir
of the church and |-MIclial mnentiod li%
due of the duct by Mrs Jackson aid
%M i h ,i It. [ll4sAI
Fullo~ilg the enrice'.. tlt- renialini
,er, liak'li Ilin <'iAri, b> |i. "li ( F 0
and comi e ed to Fvrg T e n ce ii claso-ler)
lIeiiI t ende rl) laid awa) m tid r Ithe
rPrudl t.-re-ia in of thins d,.r the
I ) I IIKe' t of i) l of Ad 4. s" I an l1- t'


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PETTT VES RAISE

TE WRON6 WINDOW

MISTAKE PRINT SHOP FOR THE
GAINESVILLE SAKERY.

Have Long Seen in Practice of Enter-
Ing Sakery and Steallng Pies,
Cakes and Sreaoe

Petty thieves who have been In the
practice of entering the Galnesville
Bakery made their mistake Sunday
morning and Instead entered the
printing office window adjoining.
The above is the supposition that
caused the fire alarm early Sunday
morning that summoned the depart-
ment to the Hill block, when one of
the windows was found to be burning
briskly, but required only the use of
one of the chemical engines to ex-
tingulsh the fames.
Policeman Owens was making his
regular rounds on Sunday sorniang
when he got a smell of the smoke, and
further investigation revealed the ,r.
which might have proved a serious
one had it been discovered a few mln-
utes later, being near the warehouse
of the Baird Hardware Company.
For some time past petty thieves
have been visiting the bakery located
in this block, effeeting an estrasee by
the hack window, but it ib thout
as the night was dark they saaly
made the mistake of the window aad
after havias entered dropped the
match that ignited a pile of greasy
press rags and caused the Are.
I
posth eo Mr. Speork.
Mr. W. A. Sparks died at his home
near Monteocha in Alachua county.
Just across the Bradford county ae.,
Sunday morning, February 7th. at 11
o'clock. He was about 45 years old
at the time of his death and the die-
ease to which he succumbed was ea-
tarrh of the stomach. The remain s
were Interred at Mt Shal cemetery,
near Graham, Monday afternoon. Rev.
W. F. Malphurs performing the church
ritual, after which Masonic homers
were paid the dead.b he having bee a
member of Pine Hill LAdge. A large
concourse of people witnessed the in-
torment.
The deceased came to this section
from Georgia a few years ago and by
an upright life sad maay kind actions
was highly esteemed and Uliked by all
who knew him. He was a devoted
member of the Mt. Sial Batist
church. He leaves his wife, two -e80
and three daughters to mourn him.-
Starke Telegraph.

A Rolsigue Adthee StaOsemest.
Rev. Joseph H. Fperman, SaIla
bury. N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was aleted with kidney trouble 'ad
Lat winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain in my kidaneys anad
was eoanned to bed eight days unable
to get up without maistance. My
urine confln-4 a thick white sedi-
ment and I passed same frequently
day and nilhL I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pala
gradually absted sad finally cmased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Poley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum & Co.

Off for Cenvention.
Prom Tuesday's Dally Suna:
Dr. J L. Kelley and Prof. Oeo. M.
Lynch were among the members of
the educational interests who left yes-


terday for Lake City. They go to
meet wjth the State convention of
county superintendents and prominent
educators of the State.

"My three-year-old boy was badly
constipated, bad a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orino laxative
and the next morning the fever was
gone and he was entirely well Foley's
Orino laxatlee aaVed his life." A
Wolkuah. Casimer. Wis. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

The upretai't court has rectnitly
renld, red a dec-.til -I that road taxe.
ci ollect'd i hin thl e c* nor| ral4e li ilti of
it 14% ii ih.ill be p.tiI In tlil t- ( ils f lili
S hi. Ji IIt I- oil, 4It 1

Eey W mas Wil ks itested
I' ",, 4, 1,. t1

a, *.~l~iaI,,ek.?.. ti. ,' iui~i ,aviabdr (if M~ibei' '~asi

* sil it Vi! I' 4) I. ,i A~ I, re-i%%cc It Is a to 6.4.It
A. ,,.ta .l~cl *r.q 1. A ,r%4.IL' Poll'c p'


Fors

Lameness

in Horses


Much of the chronic hmesb boras diue to I
See that your bore b at allowed topgo s.
Liniament head d apply t the Arst is d a .
It's wonderful etrati-O right to the i
the soreness lies up the joints and msmk the smmalt
clatic and pli=t.


Sloan's Liniment
wll kW a ,paKM cuwb er sp--, dcm wi n
lt MoRaOaid is a SudOWes0dy n-dIorj
binder smd thrmb. 9M edi
Dr. mor&. -g&
'i* tem't ea 33m l .asm Mass


SUPPRm s Thu VIL.

Mind Tige Llq r Mosh
TroMle Aremed Alashsf
(Alaanm News.)
The tib eeswam md
an-m ddmwder wiev have bmd
taken pmA bemo dmw -as
dooa tat e hea hbesam in i er p.l

dam by a Om kmes a See lo ws law
breakers wh o ae ae to Sry ma

tips. Al -oaw demsr I-d bhe
mll dm the a of 4 ixrMemd aN-
althfal mers aed them in ,so.
pressmg a m evul w k has eastiad
w est a esat amed atIof eaW.
The itr s aw rabi pe hle
by ny meas; h believes li a _er-
ate prtaking of a evestml stimu-
lat, such as is advocated iby ma
eeemt sad tlntelUgest, level4midd
etimses, but draws the Uo en the
ilUct sale of mixtures he
same, gammoine sad aelg mste
ta. wbeik bsted of sren-- eni-g
and hen &wl drive a m


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stalled the BUBDICK CASH RGIU1
BANKS. These little l aks
amounts put inoo themad show you th
amount you have in thbem at all tims.

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g P.-.' we Ra*4 II TR T IN CUT ST

''"" KECIAEAS EVRT DAY

M MI ORIAN ELLIS GAIN 4.835
HPwB VOTO 1V ON MISS ..DUPR1t.

o -a- "IVeto W as Fairly fle od One fr An
OUp .y-Mary DSughtrey
Polled Goed Vote.


Following Is the vote reelved :t. .
S1ll 4 oelok yesterday:
f osaem amtU M Dor ia" EllI city ...... .1.3T.
of mp Ur. W. Miss B DeprtleM DuI ire e. ity ..... 1359.4,
1" ,m'a a 0o UMiss Cathert.e Halle, city ...ll5.~
KMis Flrrie l triekland...... 567,84t
ma410Kim 1o Miss M. ughtrey, city ...... 241.M0
.gag doI, M Misb Mary McCormlek, cty.. M .04
4wUbe M Alma rsmmeel, fty. ...... 75,
i nMis Nanale DieklMaso, city.. 74,415
Kim Mabel ues, eity .. 8.75
Miss Jia Carter. ty ...... 55 ,706

b 0A K Miss Jesi e va a eity ...... 31,.34
Sb3l 16 U V1. WKMiss m eol bDeal, city.......31,M
aba g i ia .1 s p"Miss mA. Str klm4ad, Waldo... 26.35
n a s -pKme s. Miss Am11 u18H m, City.... 6.06
S& eo ft ead---e w -t. ess AAsoe eif,.......... 2.0
Sgya wesw k t a imsen, Mrs. 1. Ware, High prIgs.. 14,310
S*,as lo,*"am111" s dV 0 MUbe l vm S tat. Waldo ..... l ,I&
00%a adkA1pS bF wnVIs K gaul LnAmte, i. t... 6,3w
1 111 ... 0 WW e ib, wth WK Miss n se Sbappad, ell
Sa -111M teMUi K.e M Car ts., Ma mon... .a"
Sir.m..EN& I. m J bw ~toi eU.Wum m MleM1r. sM n
d mdh Mimh M. Vrmaie ety......,S
m=%i. ast p~llm h~me NiUs A. W. arge t......... 4.13
Sll m ogoMa tohe e u mar Thi maY...... U
s sa &e imt llenm awthum... 3.o
-IO 1 S-by tmm_ ges a_ _, I ", Miss. Rb Af ift......... ..,1.





Awepsn- me |M tro l erC s..
s .i bem me rmobiesrimearr seesm estsrdarstatrI
ls od. I ih mw w my ers- Seatrs answered to other names.
Wha Mt iest Ms Sheht a ga
agot sno IsORiwhofts "MWhim -h14k&awi scalle
%%I"=.-- r-..ees. *the S1m6te .to.-er the eres"
t i bar begg A W eefs m Iefou"d were Sed wt vifbVrs the RepwbM
ads@@* amewham bmm s eaWide having a fuil reprees-tatlks
va,. .rp st, whle but ot.m Democrats
o631 111 were Is their s@@at&
O-- jmiffimdop IN. ~o.,Sma tor ahone presented the
well;11111m edaoew his esieue, sematro
sphesof at Wmawasl. and mecomw
ga p A&e ykweft= mm ponying him to the desk ad the View
Predimet. Mr. bsomemsom took the
esatues AMritk and Moemy were
appealed a mmttee to wait upon
thwe ro to lnorm him of Se
Fm; 'hat thme tweand to notify
savemy a am ae 4 mi oam wish to
T. Fm The .ama, after o.
481r1116i werd 4 me election at speak-
er Cm.a.%"red hr the day.
oft vim1e 1~1102a10ee matrs, an fm


-a.p e aw e-tm Sa west aMe

I swM e w iest um lIt has

1. ttwo banme"e a rtAa r"fit am"

.e a it desha The m. rule gives
no al ".o S... nWhr emaee ce inmain

V, 0 a ,. a Cm"e Mad thusa tr. 18 emaPollo"thema
49 W. mamemsmw sarm .wheHGshL


n W~r h8 e prE seo ameandmovt as a silht im,
M. -: alt Mi> aget winemest em the part ato U rues to
Silr. r ins-te-o t of throwing tu reemal- s. dialed's Ciktni
n111111 r. r .9 dost.. hm It str m e O roenl -ib
No e t an a S morit u- UM a MIMa Mhrr loominoue theOW1tat Made l 1
SMd o deal him orIer tie rt ,esu bdbr a asaysmo Th s.ir XPRIKE PAID.
SdeS to wh ; but he e mder the w ru 4 Full ns ....................
W@b Db b av* to wait for those Full Quartso....................
Iw l tohmuw W mIs t 4o. y, 12 Full Quarts ....................
med. Ths Mld to a M The election of House oflncer ppre. Is the highest class pure medicinal
Swft belr. uth l sM ood the actho on the rule With market at 0c a quar
Io n h* 1r Mr. lseU to gt the plenty of votes to spare. Jose ph G
ra he deslredl. ad he isOW Canso of Illinois was re.t-l-ct.d., r
r- tko platform ar retired to cel 4 tln 4 votes. as atlun.t 164 for
at. 'ban:~.ii ('lark of Misour.l % for C',.*,|r R ace K ing
0 &OWN'by LlWrnestaaa. i1 m the I ortlnt sad I larb fr Kach of W ictII oln aid 4 Full Quarts ....................
W P Itipburu of lou an e. u.imint.r I Full Quar ...................
I t otem a a"calamdar for All the l tu.x ratic e u.mblra ,ted 1. Full Quarts ......
MeMI the It o for Clark. nu that w s ,tlrin.arg l It s %uori)orfin ieery y to hund
Sa W Ble a member to havk rert.aeultd th1, of tublae h dcat''u will x- qu l fr.d t
repei r.breOght before the fromf a qurt f
* vWt having to tO to the 'the draliu for eart aa*t %si.tnmn w. li u1 t' ii> *..* )r- yir
wher r enlveskU. This chage. *4d util today) a&ld the lhlusae ad ,ii n .'*' *.*1 lr t ri.- aln -tria.l) C .1
agi wil be a relief to the j ou 4. ,,l r .,%r .t i,.., 1 WMitl Ia itl ,,. -r,..t
i lit,,t 1I ) inllt ,i i ,ir- Irr
I emldMerasto of a bill The Senat Assembales. TGE GL
a nd the .r.kiUws qus WASHINGTON I) C. Marchk 1i.- JAt'k N1%Illr' I'LA
t the rus hcrvutefsr Whel the val.at .-ibladin.dlii r1 1 I I I.r1 1 M.?%F%:10


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mythsiak.M; L IA* Whsk*Y 00, JOCksSV~ll@, 7
Altm Yn Whskey com, jackumvllle. Fm; Keh Dstllu
(3&. JakO& TWMvll h; DM & C. P. Lem & JCksomvg3
Mh; OveN Trading C46. ftmssl VM;Birmingham
Ulqum'Co.. Peroin PH'.M; neidwhiskey Co.. Pe~uaesgs


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e wa Is a crowd mi *
pit- sh-ow.

William Averill of Garti i
New York, won the gotf e M
ship of PFlorda at Palm B al.

Another survey across the b4
the prpoe of a bship canal lI
ordered by the Federal Goveua

West Palm Beach rourm
prove that the reclaimed Eve
lands prode excellet Irish plo

Claiming that he found his k
the arms o tone o at nfma
when b returned home and I01
shot the both. B. A. Haumi
tarmer, weat to Jacksonvile ad I
raderd to the autaritles.


NEWS FlU ALL

PARTS a FLIDA

Th eruisr Prairie is at Peaseol.

iAkeland is to have a new $4000e

Labrg will moo have a awv eo-
ere Jal fo tr e safe-oeple of pris
ame --
Tampa. Jacksea Tle ad Peoaola
all nby decMti what dhans to
ma to thir t hartrs.

T. L. MQowan at Jack m tle vwas
the victim of a picapocet Tseday
agt to the extlt of U00. He be.
ow" utat the eoeko worenod Vhlo


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T.If GAINRSVTT.LE STN. MARCH 18. 1909


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d December l. 11. at G Oais
i; aSFi.. s eOd-class matter.
SA to At of Oingr' at March 3.



at Gaeieiwt e, Pirla.

O NI TiCREARY, Editor and Mr.

tems of borimptise.
I"s Twlee--Week Sm 11 a year:
S amt t *eB.; stage opies Ik.
A eRtisa iates:
Lal e averdtoments, 1S eats a
s I f the first ad 10 mtat for each
S Iay avrtisoemet for three,
a twelve moumths at spelal rates.
Sfralebd up" application.
irriage ao d Dath notics inserted
,e OMtWr~tw I wts a liUe.

Our Club" g LIt.
gm ia sad The Tbrice*Week
01. T.) WorM -e year.......$1.65
I am d TheAdtmla (Ga.)

| au mdo The Atlanta (OG.)
.ga-Weekly Jourmal one year 1.
b se ad The Sem-Weekly
ems-Umle0 0me year ....... 1.M


w Wlat00et.. tup of
wm o amliatIn than 2 cents.

Abesuee ia Africa will make the
ar t grew toader.

daire a great while now there will
0t be anything to get excited about
S ept baseball.

A A- who gets to be a President's
Stplta secretary may be regarded as
heBwng a good position for life.

I eeaty per eat of the Government
a esdltares are for military oatlay.
pat, present or future. Can any other
9 m eM a peace foottan beat It?

COsmty divistlom s going to demand
S attentiom of the Legislature to a
peatr extent at the coming session
Stu It has since the adoption of the
tmsutiem In 1885.

The loving cap presented to Mr.
Father by his colored sympathizers
i the Breovwa lle case must seem a
m m NpeMsatiom for all be lost by
Ote adveeasy of that ease.

The Laoeland News says the only
ma es talag to do is to bring our
Pes_--at-%ect to florida to ilnaugu
to them, where March weather is
to riht for such ope-air functions.


A large amber of people are sam-
r their babes William Howard Taft
aNdays. This is all right. of course,
a itf the present day supply of adult
41We Clev4lads is o t everything
t Mlght be.

HBm. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary
O t tate. has been elected Grand
Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias
hr the Jurisdiction of Florida. The
emad LAdee has thus honored itself
Oi hooerina Mr. Crawford.

It is. of course possible to be too
Massive over picture poet cards that
MY8 seem to reflect upon any one na-
lsalilty. All the same a due regard
Ir the reasonable feeling of others
aht always to prevail. and make Im-
selible the offensive caricatures
MmetUmes seen.

As effort will be made at the com-
An session of the Legislature to per-
it the killing of quail in Alachua
IR Putnam counties three days in
th week during the entire year.
48llyy. we doubt If the party desiring
*h legislatUon will be able to get
member of the Legislature to intro-
dce his bill.


hi

tit

bf
of


PRESIDENCY OP UNIVERSITY.

The Peasarola News of recent dat#
as a "heart to heart talk' with th
board of Control of the higher edltuc
onal Institutions of the State. It
, irh It makes a very earne-t |Il>-a ti
,half of Prelsident A A Murljhr.-.
the Florida Female College. at Tal


lahasse'4'. as the proper 1mani to l<
elected president of the State I'nl
varsity at the meeting of the woard in
the near future. Prof. .Murphree Is
fortunate In his champion, for The
News goes elaborately Into the case
and files a strong brief in behalf o
the Tallahassee educator. Hut whn
about Dr. Sledd. now president of the
University? Does he want to retire
or is he not giving satIsfaction? I
the newspaper are to d!Wcuss this
question let his side of the case t,
heard. The interests of the i'niverit
are. of course. paramount. In s.lewr
lag a president the controlling motive
should be to get the man who can
be most effective In developing the
school into a great University where
the youth of PFlorid shall throng by
hundreds every year to get higber
education equal to the best to be had
In other States, and la arousing the
pride of the people of Plorlda in Its
behalf to the end that It may secure
an ample patronage representative ol
all parts of the State. But adequate
scholarship and learning should go
with executive ability, and these two
In combination should control the situ-
ation regardless of personal prejudice
or preference nl favor of any partieu-
lar individual. It Is a matter of large
Importance to the educational Inter-
ests of Florida to have the right man
at the head of the State University.
for he who occupies that position is
sure to Impress his individuality upon
the school either beeacially or other-
w as is clearly shown by every
prominent Institution of learning in
America. We have heard so com.
plaint or criticism of the president of
the University of Florida, but the
article in The Pensacola News is like.
ly to arouse discussion as to his suc-
cessor, and the Importance of the mat-
ter can hardly be overrated.-Live
Oak Democrat.
The Sun regrets to say that the gen-
eral sentiment of the people of Gaines.
ville is that Dr. Bledd is not the right
maS for the head of the State Unl-
versity. And this sentiment is not
eofinsed to Galneville; the editor has
heard the same sentiment expressed
by leading citlaeas from every section
of the State.
Personally, Dr. Sledd is a isne gentle
man. and Is universally esteemed for
his noble traits of character, but he
has sianally failed to make of the
University what was and Is expected
of It. Possibly the people expect too
much. but they are at least entitled to
better results than have so tar been
obtatlned.
The Pensacola News has correctly
stated the situations: A man is need-
ed at the head of the University who
haa demonstrated his ability to "do
things." Dr. Murphree is such a man.
and If he can be prevailed upon to
take the presidency of the University
the Board of Control should lose no
time nla calling him to the chair.


It is said that ex-Vice-President
Fairbanks may succeed Ambassador
Reid at the British court It will
require a man with a purse equal
to that of Fairbanks to keep the
pace set by Mr. Reid. the wealthiest
and most prodigal of all American
Ambassadors. There are very few
candidates now for ambassadorial po-
sitions at least few in comparison
with the number that were in the
habit of applying fifteen or twenty
years ago. The reason given is that
the rich men who formerly applied
for and secured these positions have
been hard hit by the panic and that
the cost of living abroad in ambas-
sadorial style has greatly Increased
Mr Falrbanks i6 well eiqulilm-d in


The G;alveuton forma of so~erunjniti manners. nwesus and milen fur the
by cmmIn~siouu1s be-tng urged In Pen pelace- Ito lonag held bl Mr He-id fie
MOW& by umay, and jinasm~uch as the halt not had andApkstadefirtsl l
sithlottu of that city are desirous of rienct- in Pmris sam r He-telhii? and
a Ch~leo tut hauracto-t- thani ti'l- oes-Pstinit s,!)e-Ak rreaee Ipii t tjak
W*tset 111utasatsfactelr) luau ncr (fthe- mopt a idt-I t t~i-Ao4ral i i e euaie%
55 I u11 rt11 l if i t-ric-it I ie t eibb bi.. c t ha t cmid i tt kIetix ce .or ic d tec P r. a'idtic
14 1itIk to a -ieciA their ehart r ;sl~ied 1,e t mlwatl car. r In % 1l14,1iiM tr-
5 toJjic te l otfer i et iti.~et I~'jjlc lt e~~e lot I IIt.etct tart






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CURRENT COMMENT.


GAINESVILLE'S OPPORTUNITY.


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tavy AWK Wan oI sWa s&cton
when It Is over. It is the time when
home seems to be a mockery to the
average man who han to be contest
with anything he can to get to eat.
and who has to be careful that he does
not stumble over a pall of water. At
such a time he longs for the simple
life where house-cleaning isn ulnn-ces-
sar) and uuknowu

The difference between a man and
a woman im that ishe can iiI right alih-
out a rea.con and lihe can lw wroig alith
onfl


Pneumonia is raging among the
soldiers and citiseas who were in
Washingtom on and about March 4th.
There was no parade to. speak of.
These men could not march lain the
water and slush that submerged
Pennsylvania avenue on that day. but
the blizzluard caught them in the
sidewalks. around the saloons and In
their temporary quarters, and It is


'* will slav more than f ll In
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ii 'i l l 4' are fir tole In'cisi-mit


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S '.'he' Philadelphia Record Mays: "Op Editor hun: I the passage. of an
0. tinilmn ruins in the v-ins o"f th. aver- set of Congreoss ordering a survey toi
ai ae' American; but now and then his he made for a route of an Inliand
n litr clogs. and blue funk nsd4es him. waterway from 11-aufort. N. C. to Key
n It is noit enough to tell him that all West. Florida. Gainesville and all of
t.- isll that the r)bhins are here. that Kast Florida is in a position to ad
I gthe grass is gettinx Kre- ni. that the %ance its Interest in the greatIet de.-
, tariff bugaboo sill soon dry up and gr'-e. for. In the same act of Con-
I sow away and that billion hushel gress. It an order for a survey of a
n tumismrs In the shape of 14t'9 crop canal across the pealnsular of Florida.
p :iiust be looked after. It is not This sheme of a canal baa been in
e einoutih to tell him these things, for existence for many years, for we will
r he in going to grunt and croak till remember that maay years ago Simon
f he Just naturally gets through his J. Temple of Temple's Mill. on the lIne
t grunting and croaking." of the 8. A. L. railway, together with
e The Memphis Commercial-Appeal many others, made the attempt to
Says: "Corporations do have souls. have such a canal constructed and
f as was shown years ago In Galveston. that during the discussion of the
s when great railroad managers gave scheme a preliminary survey was
their personal directions to sending re- made and by the survey it was agreed
lief trains there. The same spirit ex- to by the proaters of this scheme
Listed at San Prancisco. E. H. Harri- that the best and most available rote
. man personally directed that all the was either from Middleburg. the
resources of his railroads should be St. Joha river, to the math of the
taxed to their utmost for the relief Sawasan river or to Cedar Key.
of that stricken city. Might we not. In We can see no reason why the cities
dealing with corporations, remember along the St. Johns river, Jaseaomvl.e,
r that they are human (that is. they are Greea Cove prtags, Palath a ad other
managed by human agencies), just as prominent potas, together with Galae.
we are, and get it out of our mids ville. cannot come together as this
that their managers are seeking. al- propositila aid lemd their every e ort
ways, to oppress and to rob those with to have this route establshd ae the
whom they do buslnessr route aloe which to establish this
The Springfield Republican says: csaaL
"Through Mr. Bryan's personal lala- The contention of Mr. Temple md
ence the lower branch of the No- his associates was that the esnal al
braska Legislature has rejected a bill this route eould he buit re lss east
authorizing the State University of Ne- than any other, aleug he ethre
braska to secure pensions for Its pro length, almost, of the proposed reas
feesors from Mr. Carnegie's penslo there was a chala of dee lahs
fund. It is decidedly uncertain, bow. through which the caMal eould be bai
ever. whether that honorable body will and that this route was along the
stay hitched where Mr. Bryan amas lowest elevation, thereby m*ecee-Mal
to have left It The yearinags for Mr. a lees amast of ecavatema.
Carnegle's pensions is evidently lire' We sugst that the proper oes rt be
preasible. and evea the State unlverst- made to have the ceal estabdoed
ties, which ought to he supported es- as mupested. J.
cluasively by public funds. o far at GanesvMie. Fla., March 1I, 190.

least as salaries and pensions for
teachers are concerned, clamor for a The decision of the United States
place Ina the line. And grand Od Maw district court at Kansas City relative
sachusetts led the way!" to the two-eant passeeagr are it Mtb-
The Washlngton Herald says: "Pto surl wll probably reepe the wbhet
tot lws are seldom effective because question of a passger ad fr
they do no strike at the source. They rates in a number of states that have
do not make the *equitsoitp of wes- reduced them within the lat few
pons suliciently difficult. They men- years. The decision comes as a
aee the unlawful pistol bearer with pea- ow t ad -Ws n 1A d toi the pu
allies that usually can not be imposed ray, whlei had supposed the
until after a crime has been commit qustio settled and all the a M as
ted, the uinalshment of which I la- .oly a few weea as the itage lf 1
finitely greater. Every community to' tahe laer roads ia Maissii rd '
day needs a pistol law that will. eaa lidl lIceamed earalage -n tihe
pel the ma who things he wants a twocent rate. Whatever the -
"'u' to No to smo fuble and hbe udlate result at Judse MePes. M
subjected to 1 mealay ban a heavier a'. decisionn it Is clear tat th
epease0 than at present in soiler toiend'is not yet. and that the halshb.
am himself. Until Pittsbmug ovrdee to-erdf
itself wit such a law It will continue I tersa p oubt withest amP etew
to hA~. fro rl- s t oft aiaman dealnlag with ralrads or my ofter
whether It profits the sale a corporations.
of silence devis or ot." I
The great majority of American we
The decisions oa dispute points by me are aintelliget, well balaneed, d
the judge presiding ate trj of the and possessed of a due asse of the
United States Gowet t a st the proprietie. but oally we hear
Standard OIffi o any apparently fa. or read of one so five to muadlia
vor the company more than the Oov- sentimentalism as to say and do the
ernmeant. and is therefore disappoietnt- most foolish things. TFt is ertaialy
log to the many who believe that the true of those women who ti a ertala
Standard Oil has flagrantly and con- city sent dowers sad rats to a I
stantly violated the law. But it may coarse, brutal aegro who had onafessed
turn out nla event of a verdict against to the atrocious mardr of a respected
the company belang returned that the youna white lady and who is reaso-
decisolans will help the verdict to stand. ably sauspected of having committed a
But apart from that it Is clear that other simallar crimes. When the Jallor 1'i
the law dealing with corporations who rightly refused to deliver the obairtas
tranagress needs to be strengthened as requested aad advised the wmase 1
and made more effective. io donate them to a hospital they were
-== sadly aggrieved sad disappolnated. To i
The spring cleaning is one of those the credit of American womanhood be
domestic necessitiUes that most families i' sald that such stances as the cj
anticipate with dread and upon which .."ove are, happily, exceedingly rare.
hthw Ie frk with ..t.,IA -lldl. t f *<


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SThe tower o Wister Have has bet A U 100sa d V0011reO
,W"1I *~Incorporated and officers eected for I ieny i s and ol hiesk
the esuingl year. e.... se id," Sd i

am The Putnam County Baby Show wa. e os e a*e sgWso "
HD Y grand s eess, man y handsome ha-. 0geD 0M b P 9
watgn blkes beltg entered. ,uf ge asers & ft ee
-V-nd -.-#*h1111e9

!ji..PhIC Two persons committed suicide Ia sw beM e
'YV4 Jacksonvillhe Sunday d another made is a pr,
Sana sa unsucessfue l attempt. AlAtkly ree 1eo N l abs dv
Ibe wesajjs inastt m Sma. Is e* ry agrediset is snd.
AW9 10 AGM s n Stnanford is to have another larse far- m- ei D. DIm't *~P a seems ne
S M O NO i otory which will e the calk of the smea y or owowm common, Ass
Sm -ce lery fel s for prodd k drispt 40
*gt pal an "W ss h. a .. -' D -spsry Mediel Asso ation

a& 6g dM &OI The city council of Pents Gorda has
a-wtI U1 We 0 e astracted for a electric light pleat
to be put into operation at once.

$111111 ad The row of boat hoses. pavilion
flowI e and pile at l)oteS Park, ear 'amrps. 0 I
Swere destIed by etst w ]. art A" MINIBOO
6 0 Wm a A sultabloe i. ftor the .asNT By A. W
oi a011" hf a igh power w IN teimT t e a wta- rk i ipitu
IV t I os u m,,, .., iwe -Florida Agriculturl
Use eIni v Jacksonville I. beigsough

IA M A ChiMag syndicate has organiad Plats take up the greatr por
to ee&t a fit sa. vegetabe canery atrates, which are fairly simple sho
Sto Garea Polat, near Pensacola. from which they are so largely drawn
t- todlammn the mlso, thegh sometimes they
omn. The fith a nal motor boa earnaval Itrato of soi tor aitrate ofpotash.
n ee 2" under the auspise4 1i *th Palm peach applelate this, sie favorable sol 4
t""11 kPower oat Assseeao. Is being held quamtitles of atrates; while unavo
on La Wortht is week. decreased production, but may even
atTh --- New Nitrate
ad id of th e re aiten Ch o -Nitrogen Is fondtis the hums
SP Idavegetabe materials used as fertillarer
tI Jacksonville this week. pounds which are not soluble, m and
l pleats. Theme complex substances
Am e ag LThe sbaiiW Bak f and the natrogen must become a part
sThe Ichaned Nations al Bank t that it may be taken upby plants. T1
Tampa has Itreased Its pital stock caled bacteria. They seie uapon the
a spM ~fr$ ei lld 11 stemsm, leaves, grass, stubblemaur
a special cash dividead of $100.0. mains of animals. etc.-end break It
AS iThe ance commit ee of the Ponies as If it had passed through a ire.
Te Ma cel-ebati on te poot anmd water are formed. This ammo
de lAos o elebrat s reports that hey terianad averted through an toe
Bhave had o tr a le c lto o -altes with a base (it there ar a
re red amount of a$,0 to If Ime, potash, soda, or magnesi a
the___p__ _e__theoccasr itm
t d fl Ifm (oe r a l of wit at),
5- fSNES l At the regular weekly meeting of e ealum de trate-alI of which are
the do Duval County Commsissioners by pleats. Nitrate of soda acts mor
str nats were dyva teammcou ag oneas. bease the former is ia
ir WatSIe belesthe County Gass-
._er to prha, e vitri Wied plkat, while the letter probably eam
1 5l (11 L gow a yr S o. a w .-oy umclctO t quanityW to pave p thea L abiadirectly nto the nitrate. That s
.-- .- -- rd .o.. b n trathe is proved by the fact that w
6A = G&w keh mme wile wa t eah adistanceofrapid sicrease of attrates.
a. A16 m iaaww Ordpet aa o ne wi t vhts mils. This wwk will repres et the l
11 0. e or deW W ow Okut or f wigretMd wflir bricks paing of a Duval county Ceadkl ee FIaverin Uth
so or11te1 d s. n- "g-r ea 1d e amLThe following are some of thet
11111 L 66d_ iLeonrw Weed, a prominent yonag natrates to the so: (1) the natrityl
Oan WN eofte wPat aeofPo de lsea, was found qead nsatitles; (2) the temperature mum
Nr MinkM Ito A laS Sa. andy ereks neart Paema na, Sat. above 131 degreIs P.-the most fav
.UM, US. a.. M. h L-(. urday morning, an d it is evident that (3) sualight mst e absent; (4) a ra
o -m w d aL,)-AW he.. e laoes deat was dMe to drowantg. The (5) there must be free circulation
odo the DI s stMet bridge, which e m M was at work at thm ll present with which the nitric acid
w b end a .an a. ... the s at o hAs of father on the baaks oa th se ne of a base, this nitric se reach
hafit alwy. sei taei plae tO B creeke, and it is the belof that he was Nitrates are formed rapdly o an
so -m as t CMutt attacked with an apoplectc fit. of hmi s, It other conditions are favo
mA i d I the l ch he was s ambjlct, an d fell Ilt# ad in larger a tites wi lthi a
Sgl w da yflet s a, as arey. the crek Nothing was known of the greater.depth. A sample of soil tak
--d.. e T h ed aseent until the body was found, as covering of dead leaves and trasI
S is e dM __a bGass to its root, caused by an e acc t ee... t a e te plant a o gen as nitrate, while another sa
Si ug dm o a to o the ar piptog. we extigu noced. 1g the surface and to the depth
h a g a c belee mtsh damage was donate. It million. Samples from the same lel
Si s b e e that the river wW n o JONIeSVILL NOTES. only about .34 plartsl per million of n
-* JON VIiE. Mar lS.-Mi light, but still allows a fre circulation
hI. U- aba river AUWE Is to Clem Pickett, who Is _ttendins school for bacterial development more favor
ci t withe l sil AUOU!TA, Ga., March 15.-(8pe- in Galaesvlle, visited her parents. Mr. the moisture and prevent suldoe cha
t 3 lb a d eend mal)-The lavanana river has reach- and Mrs. H. A. Pickett, here last Sat- ntrifying organlsms.

i o b sA tW ci sll rising slowly, hut there Is no im- I. L. Wilson of Waldo visited his of nitrates; but the open sandy soil,
g i their b a modiste -use for alarm. Report sister, Miss Ella, hre last week. bring about their loss through leachi
W.hm up the country asow that rain W. J. Hamilton and wife of Newber- If there Is a crop growlg oa the lan
has been fallig steadily all day over ry visited the former's mother here
_a pertleof the asin. bat Observer Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Jones. here Tuesday.
i s i -k Fier of the weather bureau states H. A. Pickett spent Monday In A. 0. Plckett and Miss Marie Collins
Ma. the river wl not go Miher than Gailnesville on business, of Newberry visited Misses 8telia and


- MB *O l feet. Whloe n s riosw alarm was Mrs Warde: of Tiuoa and parents. Irene Miller here Sunday.
G t to Aegsta today, the public was Mr and Mrs. Smith of Casdillar Mr. and Mrs. H. Pelder visited at
ID! bIMS diaelst. re retless. and t housads of people spent Sunday isliting friend* u.ce. the bone of H A. Pickett Sunday.
i Geshad to the river bank to get the Rev Wilson Griffin of I '.1 lled his A. M. Pettit of Alachua isitd rela
Rate of rise and to watch the different regular appointment here Junday He
111 a1 gauges. It rained here throughout is a ne prieache-r and all enjoy hear
U9 nURT. Ais., Mareh 14.- yesterday. ing him.
_0. O.O Thomas of u on was u er T t aWILn L T
adhere Sunday on "busi.,"- again
W L.Picketsti of (aiauen ille attend Bw & & fforrd
B'd church ert Sunlday
G. I I i ,.,is inithis ru.lahti. PAO l

Far nate From Nebraska rtes thr la.ekfia"V
e*I*ga led I li.ii i urait',' ork and tlliii,-
CMI CAO. Maeh I1. William J the Senate sonie lther .Nbu iaka thhe %K..titime .o,ii ih -la tSit aiind |irolhi
r-i Is as litervlew yesterday left lDeturrat it %ill iI,.a-v > ul IN tter Ithin abil. Ak .lii1: toti t ft eima that he would be a to be a caldidallte i micif I aould IIt For
not I)y that I would uni. r 1tno tar The. le.arii r rar. i Ai it I lii-
gmglave If -:t an active candidates i te r'.
b lb United ( Sena toorship fromI iau,. no I Ito i%% 1.- *i .tigil iit dield. .ll-- A.ahlil leth, % .% 1 4I i,
Mbvalse t i 1911 to succeel tuItat-r J ,,i 4.,0ditioIn asiis a.a I ihelk tih. it, I hiil tid- o4 1.t1 k L.' i : lIm Address
I i et Repabica. I|i uMratllc Irt it l i hi r euindi tiI r iiiiig toi Mir Itaili.atl .,4 N.N
* dm a *** yet bwh ther I shall II Iba' i alla> tliu ..11 Is 1'.e uid i ha ,- 's ir lI,,,. ..oil. io.. oF I,, 1. e I Tl t I,'I. e o '. I- t. -,,
Se.* saWid Mr lryan "If itu e er i letav l ct i4.. ti ,, oI. le ii .l I.I t ,X i ,t tlli e-t l it tll,. .* .,i,* t.
* good Cibag(t elect to LVilgrt. i',ili. i.i dsh. ai &oltked itl ct ,-ia .._Ri


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The Stmach\
I that his bhi d kbm'e one
hale bedy is iapsocey ad


ItL JIMOYVEN
g irho neiowr or
ea appctlt. mashas
reem We live .ME
I. I the t e PAee".,

4, .trect of Ameriem medici
ns. i hk n rele sakip Oit
ed by the eides e n MI the
m aa subs 8' e lor this
voua wlmsom. T hey mst
eIre, isda LT yeon
, Dr. R.V. Pierce. PIes.,







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I ExperimentStaion

tin of their nitrogen ai the
taees when compared with the
a. These ntrate e mostly
are sppled directly la the
It is important that the tnrmer
ordltions mean the formation f
rable soil conditions mea et
rest in a losa of nitrogen.
* Are Formed
a of the soil, and I the anli
I, but It exists to these as eompta
thereforer cannot be directly
must be broken up Into simlir
of a compoue d that is soluble, ta
his is elected by microscop i
organic matter In the soil-dead
e, cottonseed meal. dried blood,
: p nto simpler compounds,
Carbon oxide is given off and
nla is in tair attacked by oth
mediate stage. Into nitric acMd
lcient bases present) to form a
re preset. then there may be
sodium lntrate, potassium aItraL
solbble in water and can be
Sqa-ickly as a manure than
ken up more or lese directly
rly always pasYe, by bacterial
Iphate of ammtnia is covered
he It is applied to the sol, tbhe

he Fermatie of Nirates.
moditoos requisite to the fome
g bacteria mut be present i
t not be below about 41 degrees 9.
able warmth being about ar i
asotable supply of moisture i
of air; and (i) there must be a
that is formed may unite. In thel
ta Injrrio uly on the bacteria.
dy loam solls that are well supptlih
able. They are formed more
few laches of the surface this
*a In a pineapple field just b8eaU6l
6. gave 4.24 parts per millllon of
mple taken from the same plot
h of nine Inches ave 2 28 part
d taken to the depth of 3 to 5 feet
aitrated. This may help to explIa
ects the surface layer from the
n of air, and thus makes the
able. The mulch also help. to
nges of temperature, and this favIr
orida has, tis favorable to the f
and heary summer rains are utk|
in. The loss Is not so great., b
Id during the rlany season.


tives bere Sunday

Foley's Honey and Tar cure#i 0
quickly, strengthens the lunp A
pels colds. Get the genuine s A
low package. J. W. McCollum


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LE AI ROF

ES ARE DROWNED


TO
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PROISCUTE PFRRY-
LOSS OF ANIMALS.
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i Vailkg Takn Aerees the Old
e Near Old Tewn
When Lest.


wesda) s lDaily Sun:
gable p.air of nIules eiuangTr
Sligtnng rid conceni v .. r
Sla the ura ananeo ri..'r i..* ,
recently, and the loser. Mr
was in the .ity ye..terdayn mak
tlemel to prosecute the
charge of the ferry.
~t*L er claiius that the drowning
Iles a A panr-* negligence on
of the operator, and he feel
i t be can get damages
o* operator of the ferry. He
ela arrangements to fight the
S1was l ere perfecting the at-

M sai that the ferry is conducted
*. N. Power. but at this iarticu-
is was in charge of a young
S. did naot take the necessary
before having him to
W tOuto the float.
r fry. sot being made secure to
aUNg. went down and the mules
ia ll all followed. with no pon-
a ias of saving them. The
wgm very high at this point. and
Im asllble to release the mules
ey were drowned.

LETTER TO T. I. ELLIS,
Galaesville. Florida.
Sir: How two men differ' N.
Delhi. N Y.. had two houses
two ways: the houses alike.
palater, different paints. One
IIaJlons; the other 12.
dualber there who was selling thv
paint, threw it out and put
do 6SaWlon paint.
yea see why? I'he h.----gallons,
aMt letss fr hihe job hal) i a llo ii
giat and 6 d'.ys" lahhor: Slt.;-. for
ad $12 to $24 for labor ;iacordl
Spalainters' wige $2" to $4 a .'%iy.i
A dealer in paint at M.:>ilone. N Y.
s eIll g this *i-pi.ilhlo | .;ill wa.%
the l!-galton Ipaint foer 1F. I-
Pi "lo, and to(k it' lt in.... T:o:at
| le a gallon. h,, .:lil. -i i> '-
iIU.75 to $::4.T.. a job ole hi. ,
i 'What if hli.f fitild : mit *l
people had h).itt,r hloka .; f r
1 42.75 or $: 4 7,. wh i ,I,.' i it 1,
Anal know !.t i ; in l di.%
are there.
The ro paint'- :er. I.D -i- ;ai l ,,: .ili
s01d at it.f n i i. rhI I t1,\ .l, K-l
Will you i fur-' o(l that 1-!gal
!41lt:. hat a nan < a fn ird to
f *' a ga '!, 11 i 1 t '
Tb. .N iif % itl fit ulll-' it
i taking Wag... a ; l. A IiI Ill
afford to put on tht'i p liint it
7y Pays lhimli :'.i K galloln
taking ai-- 4 ('4 da iiie m
$1.21 a gallon
Yours irulv
F. W. lIV(): & ('O
P.S 8.: The (Gaiin.a-ille Hlardware
81il our paint

i4 Card "f Thanks.
W-r Stan: Please allow le' piarce
eyOr paper to thank nia> kind friends
1 dear brother iiin giving nie their
i- *hich e'iiallhd ni's with a thank
Shear l to r,''< is., th,. I ihK in Iih'

Cannot flnd words sufficient to
myI appre'iatiuon and thanks to


b ote -Uujt-'Al~Y I way hizt'. a

5t eto :,lh4)a% nay al Aoirecia tio n other
OSwle ascam Iliatak t-ae iihaAwla r'
Pm for ) i~r kiild %,ta.,


Mkana1. 'Jl~i N1.4,t11ii


US'ic. of lra'e .teci* to App', f.


ceat .~ltaoI


char *rtt- i' i tIa
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LITTLE BA1BY



HORRIBLY BURNED
*

By Boiling Grease-Skin All Care
ff One Side of Face and Head -
Tried an Ointment which Mad-1
All Fester -Wee Suff'er ert..
Disfigured for Life.


CURED WITHOUT A
MARK BY CUTICUiA
*


"Ahbout aet ar nd r**ht month- er"
my baby. a- d lt.en rmnths. waA sPlt ,"
on the mat beside th fenmler and we wr.-
preparing the breakfast when the fryvmn-
an full of boiling greaw was upet arId
t went all over oe Ni of the bahvb
fac and head. One of the family ran
and wiped the Oald with a tow=l and
you may think what a mems ihe made.
pulia threetire ski off. We took bher
oa ml-t who told li to Vet a doctor,
which we did. He tended her a week
Oad ave me som stuff Bke lard to pt
e. ut It all feterd and I thought
the baby was di4gured for Wfe. A
woman cdi e be1ide me told me to try
Cutewura Ointment. I umed about three
boase and It w wonderful how it healed.
In about ive weeks it was better and
thie wasn't a mark to tell where the
scald had been. People used to ask nme
It that was the baby that was scalded
and they would hardly believe me when
I told them she was and what cured her
fawe. Her skin is just like velvet and I
have never bee without (uttrura Firnt.
Cuticura curvd.three other children of
ringworm hwidem. so I have cause
to thank it for wat it ha don. Mrs.
Hare,. I. Henr ySt.. South Shieklds. Dur-
*M England, Mamb 22. 190.*


CUTICURA
Word*'s Favouritoe t.
A sinle anointing with Cuticura Oint-
ment. prded by a hot bath with Cuti-
curS 8oap and followed in the vererp
caw by a dome of Cuticura Pills. is often
sufient to afford immediate lief in
the most distrrsing forms of torturing.
disfguring. itching. burning and wall
humours. ecmas. rashes nd irritations.
permit rest and sleep and point to a
spedy cure in the majority of caesw.
wb.n all elie fail.
W'--edto1 mome dpyw ftWr^ ftMw MVtni *o-
san we li wso she wo. .t
Farm & R dw i T Pasi ArsT-
to a, & Bra dpei Y hAbr: A.me.
Id (. a To. Natal. ei 11 A.4.A -0 M*m
Fam. To". a sk*a 3 A.

A SUCCESSFUL EDUCATOR.

Alachua County and the South Florida
Normal Institute.
It inan iite.'r.-t the' r.iders of The
Si ini tt know hlim Al.ichu.a county it.
rep.i.-tnle Normal Il.titut,. lide 0 C ,ity.
In lthe fault G(A.ilisvill-. 1.i r.-lir-
.-iie'll d iiin I W tCorr. thie Ir '-idlt lit.
iand Mi s Alys May Corr. ta.:tclier of
i.:ttiin anid i- itic Hal s thorn ih ripro,-
-,iit*'d h) .1 \\ S ;andt er first n-l-.,t
;till i.L 'hho.-l il rejr-| 'hi'ented b)
M1i.s Ida J.lackson. who has charge of
ihe' eighth grade.
it thet' -tudi'ii l lniy are the- follow
ingK .lis lol.- Mlikell. Vannee.-; Mi.ss
Iltriha lIov'e. Tientoni. Mis 'es l)ona
nild .%la Ford. Melroe.,. Janie-s Jack-
In I.-h 'io^a. IAuis' (Cone' and
%1\rtl anide'r. Hawthe rn.
Thei Seoutlh Florida Normal Institute
i-, rei're..* ill d i Ithl. teachilig force'
of Alachua county by Miss Ella Wil-
-oll. .lon t''% ile s ( as kill. ('Center school: .Mi. Annie
L. McilkDonald. priuiary t-eacher In
lHawi horn school; W N (;asktns.
Strolle. a'chool., ty M Bs. ()rrie Snith.
: \ (id,-oiik. 'l.arence S o ill
The alt edaice iin the. Normal de'-
lartiie'inth i nieore' that don lil at this"
1iini. la.- t ear New iludeilt.* aretar
ri ini; e' ers w. eek T'he l h iilldKt I
ha e- grow ii froin i)t11. to ii -. I T'lie
.ji li < a.la'ilt li i. b lee-ii tiiamre' than
1di6t1l d Alreud i'rofa (onrr I- a **i
.q',iB iliBK a i" alioln fair t-ac. l i f r
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Judge Mason's Court.
ill Ia' 1I art elo ltie*-ti~a% viat.

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duu *Wa'nt' ads brua rewult.


CURES CATARIRNASTHMAq
Bronchiti &s ,Cr"U hs mad C"ord,
nmone back. p&W mangeed by
J. W. McCOLLUM & CO.


DIt lI e' % \1 .l,


raham building., aat Main Slltreel
Bell Phone 51. Also Long Distane.

VRANK CLAMV. THOfSW. FUIAMU

CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyers.


Practice la all Courts. State "a
federal.


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I Odl se"vier Ualaevtle Nousaw IWO
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WALDO NOTEIL

WALI.O. March II. J. P. 1ntensa.
Mrs. A. Jolly and Mrs. T. M. Cauthen
returned Saturday from Miami. where
they represented the K. of P. Iodge
in the Grand Iodge meeting.
(I. W. Scarborough, aided by (leo.
I)ePha and Irving McRae. shlpped a
carload of sweet potatoes to Atlanta.
The canal steamer had much diffl-
culty in irnki:ig her Irip froni M.Ilrnerse
fin account of tne h)r'intsl. '11hh i the
hIlzh Sindn blanked in aino. t iinit *ie
trable ma i ..,
Mr.. Millictn'. mill. bting built at
his :till. %Il I (on be sawlixg the pine.;
the' foundations lhid. the framework
is made ai.d i.e worx is now getting
on fille
A plarlty as given iLonnie lN-Sha at
his fall;, r's home by hlis friends who
r.urlrihel. him with music. games and
refreshments,. making It a delightful
occa.,lon Ic.st Friday night.
The ladies of the Itaptlst church
served refreshments on the lawn at
the church Saturday. in aid of their
anances.
Lawrence Hendricks. a well-todo
colored citizen. by kindly allowing
turpentine hands to sleep hin his barn.
lost 1.000 pounds of bay and fodder
and other feed by their carelessness
In letting the barn get burned.
Mrs. Della Jones of Jacksonville.
formerly Mrs. Robinson bere. visited
her aunt. Mrs. Kitler. last week. Mr.
Jones is a successful merchant there.
Mr. and Mrs. Pet Hall have taken
rooms at Mrs. Judge Kennard's.
Orlando B. Weeks was ordained
deacon in the Baptist church at their
last preaching service by the pastor.
Rev. 11. F. Green. This position was
held by him father. Jol T. Weeks. for
years up to the time of his recent
death h.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce have returned
to Michigan. after a long visit to the
latter's paIrents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Re-
nault. While here they repaired and
Fiaiited their two-story residence.
which Is now occupied by Engineer
Porter and wife.
Nathan P. Cauthen will be confined
a month yet from the injury received
by the breaking of a chain in skidding
eypiress. lie is In St. Luke's Hospital
in Jacksonn ille.

TRY THE MONEY-BACK CURE FOR
INDIGESTION.

.i,- t.ii, '. ii t uvi i itakh der uge-
I... Ai ..J C it .-jt s.tl.'abti' for ..dll.ly t. Im-
plexioni. dull ey'es and thin bud).
It is thi' stomach that sulpllesi
iourih-hingK blood to the mumsles, the
nerves. and skin. If the st(iluach il
healthy. plenty of nutritious matter
will te absorlbd by the blood. If it
is not healthy. the food will ferment.
and undigested. will pass along
through the bowels. furnishing so Ili-
tie nutritious matter that the blood
be'co)ns ilimpo'erished. and the glow
of health \uin !.- .-.
If you suffer from nervousnessi.
sick headache. iblching of gas, sour
taste In the mouth, hea'iness after
eating. or any other miserable stom-
ach disturbance. you need Ml-ona.
and the sooner you get it the quicker
you will be healthier and happier.
It will relieve any distressed )tomn
ach condition almost Immediately. It
will cure If used according to direc-
tlouns. J. W. McCollum & Co. sell it
for .'5o cents a large box. and they
think enough of It to guara'it' ilt to
cure Indiestion..





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XNAMCOTIC.

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HILL FOR DIVOiCM
Ia Uhe Circrt CourtL. lrbbs Jolitelp CI urtt
Albsehu:as Cul. PurA-lS- a (aemor-
L 8 hos'.. Tv HMo. b sf --Older fsr
Publleatl.r. liUl for [lvorre.
I ipee- t by iblais appendedst*e IBMl
ee la the abave So-e e aatHae hk
ames. the eletedaat she r.4m ased. toa auar
r1d -1t tI e State of Viorda. but It a re--
dfat of sava h Ib I the taw of Oeonia and
i, over the age of sweet ese rearm: tk I
therefore ordered that modM a e-reeeat de-
lri.dt be t M aid *he Ito er by required to
aIWarf t it e lul OCMOililet sheI l Mid
c.ime ur* or before Mbasar. the as da
f April. A ) IM4. otherwise tboe aiter
tione of *t bb s1 be taea as ootaeelmed
by eaid 4 de sast.
It tofu terorderet that ithiserder he pe>
I-Ibe I ,ese a wree for towr eummeeuaere
weeks toI he Gai eitile Sea. na w-
i.at,' (ii.iI.bed lIs aid t atl d batIe.
ITlia Msr.bb XiM,.
a. ti Wl KNUKS (Clerf Ctreet Can.
Iy M .. C4HEVES. C.
A Luni etvy 9 f ,vit IPI.L
(seal) a. i WIRNJKaci Cerk c(rIitn Couet
oBrN Mt C4HEVIe.l.b 0 .
J. A c.AlI.teLs... Ulettor our ComplanLaot

NMTI'EF OF APPLICATION bO4 TAS
P KED UNDEI ECTOfN P OF CAPT r
1 e. LA WS OF rFO IDA.
Notice it hereby iven that Asse Wimberty.
iTerchbswr of Tax Cetiseates No. S. ea. WM
mad "4. dated be kb O y of April. A
D. Itw. b hasA ed maid otlenaste la my
esee. aw bas mde a app9ileaia for tax deed
Sto iMo Ia ecordaeee with ltw. Said eertia-
eaet. embrace he fauUowle desertbed prop
erty situated In Aloebus coaety. Florida. to
wit:
Ilok&.K I1;: H iinc4 I R 1: Bloeb 6. IL ML
*n' lil.t-k 6. K .o. .lu(lt A L'Eale's Addlne
Lu ** ilihe. U
Te i IMad belar asemed t the date*
the lmanoe ol etahc oertilSeae In the aseee
of Usnkiow. t'nkiown. I'keow sad L'a-
keown.
Unle aid oUertlaseso asho be redeemed
eardtin to law as deed will use thereesa
sie 31t day of Matreb. A. D. 0
Wimars my netal aaausre s1 seadi abt
he 7thb ay of Februay. A IOW.
.H. WI. W UIMO .
Pd rkCreit ourt AIsea ow. ia.

NOTICR OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DED UNDLM SECTION 5 O CMAPrT
mae. LA W OF FLORIDA.
Notice Is ereby given labt W. 1. Broeme
purebaaL-r of Tax CerUtlos No iS. iate
the bih day of J.ly. A. DI 1M. has gled
sde e, ulteraw I nl a es. sa" has made ap
teatleskoa fur tax d*4 to tlis Ita I eordasee
witb law alki ceolMiate embrace lthe ol
low la decrtbelt property diuated ia Aladbes
ooeaty. Viorda. towit:
L nl 3 and i S.e. 3. Tp 9. S R. 10
Tbe aid land beiag a-med at the date of
Ihe Imaisso of moie eerilease In the same of
Uktaouw
U' n* maid *erIMate shall be redeemed so
conirul tolaw. sax deed wl Imue ihereie ou
Ibe -ltl dar of Mareb. A D. laul
SI n e-s y oir tal dreature sad meal ito
thr 1;Lb' day of February. A. D liSe
U. H WlXWOIGS.
lid Clerk tArenlt Court Alsebu Co.. FL.



T. F. TIMAS


UNDERTAKINf CO.


PULL I.lIN OF
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th Uae Maul al be.egrirb u1rdeoa
wmlmea asleaded to
Galv ihO IkS~fldal.


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IIDAVIS&a" 3VANVRAS aL~
DMRSON sMAd AL M. AM??MX.

NOTICE OF ArWLIAIIONFM AR
iXZD VNU UOOKSM01 W AF
01. LAWS OFW AMOA.
Nodse* b borewBi givem tIt 3
Wehebasr ef Tea" s 4 ss
66a"teshe maW:"= .A
aseeisee wkh law.

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11 W" "F O Feet w 1.MAshs


s toba00 Osum of as eb.. 611
To AN WbmaIs mComeosTaoo mome
Q" M Adimbr~mof &th1e ser
barn sledi a041iueessl hat thme b an
spermoaal preerty b*L im to a I.
00AWis*bbasils Ieopay th00ebZZU
asaks f or &as oner devlaulmtheteal egs"at
sewe. ad that heooksaeebad kug is Wae"
the I&"i at Lex~iII'S med say othabr
bekgamwinaf iidecod' at. he two"edover to"
AdMiftiatrator for the0sasreeeof p9
for tte deb"a
Noulk therefore au pser@~inersted IN No
estate uf U. J Holt ame required te
tboewe c tUSiaMSOV191. WtISMIL soe
dlay of Mazch. A. IJ l5O*. to oksiwee6MM3.


J1. W. PATTON

,...Civil Enginuer and Sewvuer...
DEALER 11 REAL MAU'

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TdB GAINlKSTLLI STUN: MARCH 18, 1909


an


See- Whil w e o serious alarm was Mrs Warden: of TI a nd parents. irene Miller here Sunday.
ei"l e t to Agust today, the public was Mr and Mrs. Smith of Cadillacr '. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Fielder visited at
SStSIi am thoUMands of people gpi-tit Sunday iitihig frieudsa ui the home of H. A. Pickett Sunday.
me b b floke. loed to the river bank to get the Rev Wilson Griffint of I ,II filled his A. M. Pettit of Alachua visited rela.
rate of rise and to watch the different regular apipointmaent he r,.unday Hlie
------,a. gauNge. It rained here throughout is a lne prealihr anid al enjoy hear
nOUT Al., Mar h 14.- yesterday. lug him
0 0.Thomas-of o .,utto, n are,,.r T= CUMl WILL UMT K
here Sunda) Oil 1,14 ut bualltA.-b ilK~lll
Bryai May I indidate fh 'I s;'' attendd Buh & Sfford
S1; ii Ha-.'ho'* iallliig r.laiii.i- y

For Senate From Nebrask r.ati '* l" h;era i;'tk 111. A
",icr a d IIi n' l i ii runiic. irk i i.l- and th
CHICAGO Marh IS.- W- llUam J the. ilieate. 4)tl ,Othe.r Nl.bti.ka ,'1h. \L' .tNkWiit.n h IIti i.. ,a t 11.il d Irti
rya i ai interview yesterday left hel 'i'at it alli il'a e ijreas.lo that be would be a to t a caldidAtlui iio.lf I 4wuld II,'
nt S y that I wouldd und, r nt oc r T"I' lnl rc V 111 .wi, listI i IA I t bl For
r s ptive If not an active candidate uo th at I. 1 it, l ll 1 '. 1 11 '4 1' 1A tie11t i
4 UlS laUt'v f. -i.( Ih, iillii.it h .il Ll.tidiiK tl.< Ir i raf i'o
r the Unaited N takes hesatorship from u o oiu ... i... b*,., h lit.. .. I 1. ii- i,,a. lI.nt, aiI, .. i 1,
Nebrasha l lll to succeed Omer J oU uodiituoisa Il (l.aimi thak hI. '!,. I-i. l i. i ., l ... k It-I ,i. Address
p1ia'11,0 p"Ob"lCa.- i uteanocratic iarlt> i i, 1t> tie r I t>tal( 11 (,. t, Mr < ;,il.11ii1 f 1 \.
o ai aIl k"o yet whether I shall til thalli i8) tian l i sa 'll '* aid l .- I'* In i,*. i 1 1 \ Il. i- i" n ( i. 1 i 'a t 0,l
ljm ad dae .." sad Mr Hraa "If .n ctl-< ie-allit .liAi.i, I.,, ,.iir Iii. o. i 1.>.illi I i.t*'-tr l U1ti0 i,,. ,.,,.


m'- ak ew aow Chow Rt, I


E Aas rmS FuLe FonainHe


sisl D The town of Winter Haven hans hwn A m Is wek *a h ma ,dis
Ini" I Icorporated and officers elected for !l _bodwei -,eS
the ensulag year. -sh-d.

i ni M n l V M The Puteam County Baby Show wa a~g e asses ere d
In4l _i. a grand success, many handsome haI- dloawstdr rs
bles being entered. s a _- soP ielf aO beWo
"good__ _.*e ee etea -
.. -W Two persons committed suicide Ina sowe in *bes *oiw A
Va. arc6 15.- Jacksonville Sunday and another made is Eseeryr I a p Pse,
a mto thuher I b.1- Man un successful attempt. -e ely rAm from esl end
Mua dnhd ju eio w
a s s New s Saford Is to have another large fa Ati.me. Don't spt s se mea
oe aM e to"ry which will ase the culls of the i y or qvowD conweser om. AI s
a -- -- l i- ~- "-- Pt eelery Gelds for product s.manyo emyede uk pot0.
la -ble World's Di vam p Medial d ato
at1 -1 4 eu m 0No The city council of Punts Gorda has
1111gaw ..... 1 ,14 11 t aIadea contracted for an electric light plant
Somme" f t 86.M at t to pbut into operation at once.

of~ up sifts11110 The row of boat houses. pavilion
i '-8a and pier at Degoto Park. near 'ampa. OI TIO 0 !
W twwerdestroyed by re last wet .
Sl I& A suitable sit 11 or the .ealishi BY A.W
W R M of a g power wirel s telegraph Fl Aricultura
S1 tion ain JacksoNville is being sought.

A Chicago syndicate has orgaaed Plants take up the greater por
Sto oree a fruit and vegetable cannery nitrates, which ae farly simple whsub
So sGarconm Pait, near Pen.oa. from which they are so largely draw
via A 4*-***-*I the o soil, though sometimes they
Y 'aa The lfth anmual motor boat arrival. a trate of soda or natrate of potash.
S* -- --" under the ausples of the Palm Beach appreciate ths. sIace favorable sou
1 bl M b Power Boat Anoelato, is. being held qutitUes of altrates; while ahftv
-k- o Lake Worth this week. decreased production, but may even
do* -OUPNew mitro
The twety-sixth aNItroe is found in the hum
ACongregational Chrch of Flor- vegetate materials usdM as ferthe sr
a thk e thats ie es. pounds which are not soluble, and
____'. -- ____ nl a JacoknMvle thism week. coml ubtace
g pliats. These complex substamees
Te e Naanonal Badk of d the natroges must become a part
Theathat it may be take up by plants.
KBTampa has Increased its capital stock talie bacteria. They else u pon the
Saromi $100,011 to $M.000 and declared called baceria eysie upo e
a speelal cash divMead of $100,000. ste W avogrm.stablearus
S s l cs mains of animals. etc.-and break it
The aance committee of the Poe s itf It ad passed through a re.
SA de l ceebration reports that they and wtwe fo T m
have el eo trato n raespts that e tersa and converted through an late
..Of1_hav had mo trouble io raising sites with a ban (if there are sul
BY^ Mir l a-rd amount of $5.000 to defray I Uma potash. aoda. or naa (i
________ _the expenses of the occasion. I im, posh, od m s
natrate of 1lme (or calcium Nitrate).
MW r k w S m At the regular weekly meeting of magesu"m ntrate-all of which are
the Duval County Co-mlwre..aes la-_ by plants. Nitrate of sda sets maor
stmuetsmns were given the county e ai mma na. beca the former is ta
Ser to purchase vitried brick of lant, while the latter probably ear
K f JuL) -.i v --,. ] HUd, ec i quantity to pave the La Indlrety Into the nitrate. That sui
i S win 9T urnr roa f0or a dstane of o0 %t b nitrate Is proved by the tact that wl
iSn P end ;lk,-i ~ M steah m Turer" rea fo radie" s ceof rprwamat the p Increase of naltrates.
AR 40 -. AAm 01 11e010 or depot or ltertwo with Mghts me. This work will represent the
1j1 11 t1o* -p1 t a'r Mer plats. Fears of great daM- rst brick paving of a Duval eount Ceadltlee Pavering th
srmo11ma1- s11 dr aW pIm& o The following are some of the c
M11MM1 1 4MIm Leoaard Wood, a prominent youa nmitrates in the soil: (1) the antrifyan
"- S O at Clumus ImanI of PMnLe de LAo, was fouMd dead quantities; (2) the temperatara mu
wi Me -I -(L i n San dy crOWk, near P& la, -t. above 131 degrees P.-the moat favo
4111111111tulOLU M &Ul Ga., March 1I-(8. arday morating, and It is evident that (3) slight mast be absent; (4) a ra
so e ~ m I.-Afr mt as~ verycosecl l deaath was ue to drowatng. The (5) there mue t be free circulation
1111 4 O OmMl ow e LIt brie, whc you"g man was at work at the mills Iast with which the nitric acid
MU e4-4so-d th w Wd of nearly of his father on the banks of the sn of a base, this aitric acsd reach
11i1011Lb 7. wu ft "M in,, psl a creek, and it is the belief that he was Nitrates are formed rapidly ina N
a*i aaMI _ON O a -w ao ma as the C taMoc attacked with an apoplectic t, of humu itf other conditions are favo
i t e a M b eNVeall feet d ta l wa-ch he was subject, and fell Into and in larger uantit within a
day tr es fet y ti rade as a sare. the creek. Nothing was known of the reater.depth. A sample of soil take
- ar sced G I: f The bridge eve re used to bu, am accdeMt until the body was found, as coverng of dead leave and trash
1 toi u ame isrlito f, r caused by as ael- his abeance from the plant had not en as nitratee., while another sam
Sa entlat Oto t h p ig ware extigui s n noticed. Ig the surface ad to the depth
Sbi M i i Wbw e mush damage was done. It I million. Samples from the same field
i i t s iI s v t t r w ow JONISVILLE NOTES only about .34 parts per mIllion of m
en. 5i aathaa 8ile- sbie -_ value of mulching. The mulch prote
r yE1w l Wb w*nodssd "- JONESVILLE. March 16. -Mlu liht, but still allows a f ree circulatlo
1.f W.< ThtO (bbfh li9se Aepta io S Clem Pickett, who is attending school for bacterial development more favoi
off i n im te i dl > AUGUSTA. Oa., March 15.-(8pe- in GalaevlUe, visited her parents,. Mr. the moisture and prevent sudde chain
i 3N Se lier os uaL)-The avaannab river has reach- and Mrs. H. A. Pickett, here last Bat- nitrifying oraanisms.
i B a1S a nIums of i e* a stage of 27 feet 7 Iches. and is urday and Sunday. The mild winter climate which Fk
mmuu -W of^m w dil still rietlang slowly, but there is no Im- L. Wilson of Waldo visited his of aitrates; but the open sandy soil.,
-- -.- 1 of m k **i m ed a mue for alarm. Reports slater. Miss Ella. here last week. bring about their los through leachi
flro up the country show that rain W. J. Hamilton and wife of Newber If there Is a crop growlag on the lan
A i a, has bes taliag steadily all day over ry visited the former's mother here
aa M tla--- lk a prtls a th basin. but Observer Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Jones. here Tuesday.
.M arh 15.- dl) Fita shea r otf the weather bureau states H. A. Pickett spent Monday In A G. Pickett and Miss Marie Colllns
Iga t Mdn-dtU m- ft N that th river will not go higher than Galneville on business,. of Newberry visited Misses Stella and
-m bi ~ mai. Me -- ... .... ... ....


. BAIR 1

V. BLAIR


d Experiment Station

trUo of their nitrogen toIn the
mtaces whe compared with te
i. ThemO nitrates are mostly
are suppied directly l the
It Is important that the tfrinr
conditions mean the format. gl
able soil conditions mea n a
rest I a loss of altrogen.
e Are Fermed.
* of the soll. and In the
s, but It exists nla these as
therefore cannot be directly -I
must be broken up Into stimpl
of a compound that is soluble, Is
Is& is effected by microscopic
organic matter In the soil4uia
*, cottonseed meal. dried bled.
t up Into simpler compounds,
Carboa oxide is given off and
mia is In turn attacked by otgl
rmediate stage. Into nitric sed,
rioent bases present) to form a
ire preenat them there may be
sodium nitrate. potassium attui
solble nla water and can be
e quickly as a manure than
am up more or les directly
rly always passes. by bacteria
Iphate of ammonia is conerte
hen It It applied to the soiL tbhm

M FrmaUtie of Nitrates.
omditions requlsIte to the form
g bacteria must be present in M1
t not be below about 41 degrss V.I
able warmth being about N ei
asonable supply of moisture is Nd1
of air; and (4) there must be aM
that is formed may unite. In b(
ts injuriously on the bacteria.
dy loam soils that are well supplIid
able. They are formed more n
few inches of the surface thaa I
n in a pineapple field just beane(
i ave 4.26 parts ier million d f
aple taken from the same plot 1d
i of nine Inches, gave 2-28 paNl
I taken to the depth of 3 to 5 fed
itrated. This may help to expliBl
cta the surface layer from the 0I
a of air, and thus makes the coae
rable. The mulch also helps to il
ges of temperature, and this fateW
orida has. to favorable to the forW
and heavy summer rains are l101
1g. The loss is not so great, bo1
i during the rainy season.

tives hert Sunday


Foley's Honey and Tar cures 0t
quickly, strengthens the lungP AW
peis colds. Get the genuine la S |
low package. J. W. McCollum I a


CMTEI AFTER PIM 1

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Spemetes the Now of
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THE OAINEi VIL; E SUN: MARCH 18, 1909


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[ErAIROF

S ARE DROWNED


PROSECUTE FERRY.
LOSS OF ANIMALS.


-
1 Taken Acreoe the Old
*lmem "Near Old Town
When Lost.


--day s lilly Sun:
ble 'alir (of iulles th,'l+ ng1tp
tr,-Baigi d rd (coil'rn v.. r
i- thet' Si a'anute r~i.r is .x,
recently and the loser-. Mr
was in the city ye.- terdla l;;iak
nts to prosecuted' tl,e
charge of the ferry.
el r clai ms that the drowning
galem as p er," negligence oin
If the operator, and he fee-1
*"t be can get damages
l operator of the ferry. He
o arrangements to fight the
g was here perfecting the ar-

m that the ferry Is conducted
I. FPowler. but at this partlcu-
ki was an charge of a young
tb dlM not take the necessary
before having him to
lso "to the float.
#Mry, not being made secure to
%MghW went down and the mules
aisi all followed, with no pois-
g -MU of saving them. The
go very high at this point. and
lsapuuible to release the mules
l ey were drowned.

LETTER TO T. B. ELLIS,
Galaesville. Florida.
Oir: How two men differ' N.
SDelhi. N. Y.. had two houses
two ways. the houses alike.
palnter, different paints. One-
Sglpallons; the other 12.
d|ler there who was sellinig tht
Li paint. threw it out and put
I6galon paiilt
yes see why ? I'he l!- glloni-
am less fr I I;' joli ha Vi Ilhi41-
gt and 6 da)'.' l.hilor: $11 ;7. f or
Md $1? to $24 for labor eilcord-
l painters' w.'g., $S to $4 ;i ll.V i
A dealer in paint ait M:a;i!lwi' Y
e llung this i.ih llou paiinit wa.
h the 12-gni'loh i Iaint foer I I.- -
tme, and tooik itv' T'1 i mi.:.,. ; :1i
S1e a gallon. he f:aslil's :i i'- -
i 0.76 to $;:.7:. a jilob on hi-'.
What if thius find i out
. TI- people had h.-tte'r looAe.i I r
In .75 or V$o 7, which.l- r it iL
dI 't know l..,i irii'. ; dtli
i are there
IB l tt liO paint- :;r. I .- :iiad .atlli
id9 at t.M. iie' i-ri .* 1' h the gall
j Will you figir-, ont th:ii 1 '-gal-
I.alSt: ahat a ni.mn anii afford to
f:r a galtP,I ,,i it
I*. p l' Itl %i au fliuro- it
i taking %atlt.. l* a i.i A tiein
aford to pl.t seon tih: plint if
y7 pays him I 1ls.tr a gallon.
i taking *ai-e,,- 4 a !:' h. liniu
i1.21 a gallhii
Yours i rilv.
FP. W i. 'Oi\ : & ('o.
8. -.: The Gain.jreill- llardAare
9 01l our pa it

Card of Thanks.
ard S Bun: Please allow ine' siace
Y Pr paper to thank nmy kind friends
I dear brothers in giving ni' their
9011 which -nahlel-d nitme ith a thank-
Sheert to lr-<.ie ih, l iig i l Iih,

I Coot ind words sulhcient to
my a ppli iatiu and thanks to

!^ I .Ope ,.urday I may ha.e a
i C ,toe .,, iny appreciatlou other

I iace again IhAnk -'ilh e ind \e.r
f for )(ILr kihe l acte-s
l .th .'l i e Ib I
MAlrtlA E\<. I.IS11


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acured 4 I 1i Walk. r
17y Ohio


A SUCCESSFUL EDUCATOR.

Alachua County and the South Florida
Normal Institute.
It nia. tii Tre-.t the r.e:de rs of The
a In to klinow howi A.l( iuai (ciets i
re'il'.-etn'l d ini the So)uth Florida
Nirnial tIt.-tit't'. Ikide' City.
In the fa -eniti'l It I' W% ('a r. the i.re'-ide lt.
ind .NMi., Als .M.i (Corr. ta-.Ihe,'r of
L.;at i and lieiel IIll thorn i.- r'i-pr,'
-*.1td biy .1 \W" S.>nl ,r.-. nr... t i. -t.
ant. I .o-hhl(uia is re-pr esnteid b>
Miss Ida .lacksilon. who has charge' of
Ihe' eighth griald'.
lin the' .--tutleiit lbai :are Ih.- fillhow
ilig: .1i l. I -i. lik .'ll i \ allitui e,. M i:->
itertha Ixl.e Tientonl M.isses Ilona
an id Mla. Fiorl l.M-rIro., ..laliies .lack-
son. l o, Ai ,hl-.a lsui Cosi' iind
S(rthI Sanider.. Ilawtheorn.
Thit Siuth Florid:. NormiailI ni.tittut '
in roj.r' ,-e nt l i n thlle. teaching ftorc-.
of Alachua county ly 11is. Ella Wil-
-oin. .Joiie'vllcile' l'htl, 1 Mi.' zffi.. Mc-
( a.skill. e(nte-r school; .Mi. Ainnii
I.t-e' McDnald. Ipriiliarr te'ach'hr in
Hasthorn school; W N laskins.
Strolile school.; i.y M ls t)rrie Smith.
F' \W (ildeoiui. 'Clairein.- SwelII
The- altteidaiel' I tht' N(iormal de'
liartiiiiint is niore- than dotiibile at this
Ilia. last t-ear New tmud-intl art, ar.
ri ti.; ,i,: o r\ w% .k Th*w li.lltit K-
lia%* Krownii fromi on*' te Ilhrte. hie
-e 1i' iing aitIi;iilt\ hai,-, I-e'ii Inotr,- thliln
iloiil h d Al.reinld Plrof (' rll 1.- re*
r,'ielig .a-iip li li fo- r I elrl t iteih r- f ,r
next t. 'l Ill

Judge Mason's Court.
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CURES CATAIRHEASTHMA,
Drcmcb-z tus~oug6 ammdJCLd.,or
nxecy b&cL Mm aaned by
J. W. McCOLLUM A CO.

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Graham building., Last Maln Stree 1
Sell Phone 51. Alan L Don s Oanee.

VRANK CLAMbf. TMOS W.PInUma

CLARK & FIELDING


Lawyers.


Practice la


all Courts. Stat aso
Federal.


Osee "oevr UeaIhllme NatIseal
g uuls LJALLMhMV ILLL F..-RI. an


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LITTLE BABY



HORRIBLY BURNED


By Boiling Grease-Skin All Ca
off One Side of Face and Head -
Tried an Ointment which Ma -'
A'l Fester -Wee Surcr ce:..
Disfigured for Life.
*

CURED WITHOUT A
MARK BY CUTICLU .:

"About a year and r-**ht month. *,?)
my baby. aged ten mnith,. wa ,i ..--
on theimat berid.e th,-fril-,r and we *-i. ,
preparing the breakfast when the frvgr'-
pan full of boiling grr&ase was upset anr I
it went all over one s ide of the ha",'"
fac and Mhe. One of the family ran
and wiped the waid with a towel and
you may think what a mo sshe made.
puUin th~retire skin off. We took her
o t who told us to get a doctor,
whichk- we did. He tended her a week
Nad ae m sooe stuff l ke lard to pv't
Ma. Butt all freterwd and I thought
the baby was disglured for life. A
woman cdnae beide me told me to try
Cucura Ointmet. I used about three
boxes and it was wonderful how it heeled.
In about five weeks it was better and
thee wasn't a mark to tell where the
mald had been. People u ed to ask me
If that was the baby that was scalded
and they would hardlv believe me when
I told them she was and what cured her
face. Her skin In jiut like velvet and I
have never berm without Cut ert rarin .
Cuticura cured.thrme other children of
ringworm hbeidet, so I have good caum
to thank it for what it has done. M.
Hare. Henry I.. South Shields. Dur-
ham. England. March 22, 110."


CUTICURA
World's Faveorite E*mdlMt.
A single anointing with (uticura Oint-
ment. preceded by a hot bath with Cuti-
cura Soap and followed In the severe
cases by a dose of 'Cuticur Pill. is often
sufficient to afford immediate nrlief in
the most distresing form of torturing.
disfiguring. itching. hurnn and igaly
humour, e nas. rashei and irritation,
permit rest and sheep and point to a
speedy cure in the majority of cases.
when all else fail.
n~tor fnil1o S in (h ( ura ih ."lr. a am
troushon t tes wwt woro Lko L,6Ma 27.
G= l w 8 &R Sdeb Pais. AeuS.WD-
dM & C6 Pn74Y Mubth A&M*V. IA*WS.
T' rowl. atal retc U A A_ IonarDW
Oi6 dab* CU^ te rS ItaNaa.


WALDO NOTES.

WAl.lI). March I#; .I. P 1 nt'enia.
Mr' A. Jill). and Mrs. T M Cauthen
rturnt-d Saturday from Miami. where
the-% reilre-sented the K. of P. Iidge
in thi Randnd lodge meeting.
G1 W. Scarborough. aided by (leo.
ih-Sha and Irving McRae. shipliMd a
carload of ses't potatoes to Atlanta.
The' canal steamer had much diffl.-
i'ilt n n i:.:: r Irip Iron, M Irts.-,
nI)I t a (0lourt 'if tl i- % ' IIth w% inlF. Linked t! d lll ii t i1t11 h-
tratll' Iina. I -
Mr Millii 'n's nill. l.e i:c liuilt at
11i". till 1 ll l I .( ln heI t n|tl ], m 1'.
the- ft.1ln':,tiuins liid, the' fr.,ine-w rk
Il. i ,l.. .; 1 I :.>. <,r, i. ilo ge- t.i. llK.
nil liif.
A lair'lr s was gin lIn) il' I .-Sha at
his fathlt r's hoim< b)y his friends who
,ruirri ,I him in ith iiusic. gane.- and
refreshn'ents. making it a dellgthtful
cca..ilon IL- .t Friday night.
The ladies of the Itaptist church
served refreshments on the lawn at
the church Saturday. in aid of their
finances.
Lawrence Hendricks. a well-to-do
colored citizen. by kindly allowing
turpentine hands to sleep in his barn.
lost 1.000 pounds of bay and fodder
and other feed by their carelessness
in letting the barn get burned.
Mrs. Della Jones of Jacksonville.
fornmrly .Mrs. Robinson here. visited
her aunt. Mrs. Kitler. last week. Mr.
Jones is a successful merchant there.
Mr. and Mrs. Pet Hall have taken
rooms at Mrs. Judge Kennard's.
Orlando It. Weeks was ordained
deacon ill the Baptist church at their
last preaching service by the pastor.
Rev. It. F. Green. This position was
held by his father. Joel T. Weeks. for
years up to the time of his recent
death.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce have returned
to Michigan. after a long visit to the
latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Re-
inault. While here they repaired and
i-ainted their two-story residence.
whichh in now occuplhd by Engineer
Porter and wife.
Nathan P. Cauthen will be confined
a month yet from the injury received
l>. the br-,aking of a chain in skidding
yler..-ss. lie is in St. Luke's Hospital
in .Jackioti ille.

TRY THE MONEY-BACK CURE FOR
INDIGESTION.


.... i.L lf' i, .- -r, -,n ,**" for e,.ilyw toni-
rleixion. dull yFe and thin body.
It is the' .tolmach that supplies
iouri.hitig blood to the nmuM'les. the
:it'r\s'.s and rkiin. If the stmiuach it.
healthy. pileilty of nutritious matter
will I.- aborlwd by the blood. If It
is not heniithy. the- food %ill fermnient.
anid undigo-sted. will pass along
through the Ihboils. furnishing so lil-
tie nutritious matter that the blood
liw'oilin inei(o% .rished, and the glow
of health \aii '. '
If you suffTer from nervousneiiss.
sick headache. bilchlng of gas. wour
taste in the mouth, heasiness after
**atinig or any other miserable stom-
ach dittturbance. you need Mi-o-na.
and the. sooner .ou get it the quicker
you will be healthier and happier.
it will relieve any distressed stom
ach condition almost immediately. It
ill cure if used according to direr-
iions J W. McCoullum & Co. sel1 it
for .'o centsh a large box. and they
think enough of it to guaranteed' it to
cure indigs'st lti






BilY_0MWE iaW)


HILL FR DIVORCE
la te Cire-.ti Court. ~bit Judileal Ciureli
Alsehus (C'omia. Plol-A-I ('sseery-
L I Hoonr.e v Han onWe-Order for
PIublicati i. I1 flor1' INvorr.
It appese-la by *davit appended toOte bil
hled in tobae aoe sated ednem taU Ha-k
Bsae. the (*endastelat is r-he as itea a-
reidems ..1 toe State of ilorls. bats In a re--
deat of % vsaau 6h it be State ofOe4rI0a a
1i over thei are of sweatl N0 yearsI II m
therefore ordered thlt IdM i oe-reoeat de-
IiI.daet *uand &h I I her Iby required SO
.i- ar iothe DM ofmt Coepst She la naM
cu *me u or before Macday. the 14 6da
f April. A D isU. ntherw tehe 6 1Mege1
tloes of *al blI w be iete as eosfemlad
by mid de roaua
It s f it t1 er ordered that t letWder be pal-
It-bbei a.i.e a weei for tour ous M AU*e
weeks I Ib' Usi e0vile i an. a news-
i,-eIs listeded la aiM e.uaty sad State.
at.MA -Hl,,e .i. nIl H
a.U 1 0ENtK.. (lek (lrelt Curt.
Hi M s e VKS. D. C.
A true polly f frtslAlr.
1l )ll b. Ii WIRN.S ('Cerk (ICrnl Cout
Hy) M CUHEVfL.I .*'.
J. A. C.AtIAsLbL.. boulieltr lotr Complani.at.

Ni(Tle'E OF APPLICATION bOK TAS
L ED UNDO SECTION P OF CMAPTM
M4*. LAWs orF LOILIA.
Notice Ie berebry ven tat AAio Wimberly.
iarelhiser of Tax C.rttilies No. KI. m
ad lS. dated hl ki ar oa Apritl. A
D. INa. has nSleda ld eoereaIseM Ia iv
,abe. aMd has made apSiletlUoe for tax deed
sto asein accordance with law. SaM oeenra-
case embracea U followles desrilhed PeoP
erty .lsuamed ha Alalsa eounsty. FlorIda. o
wit:
lek & I17; lMiock& It IM: Block IL I.
in- .Hix-ek It 30. E lost A L'Eageo's AddiUoa
Lu tilbes Ule.
Th maldad belas meased at the date t
she blmaame of m b ertMees la sheI n ae
of Us kowl I'nkanw. t'kaowa sad Un-
kaown.
1alem mid ert eate shall bereseemed so
ceriMe so law. Isx *ed IM lane harem s
ie Slis day of Marell. A. D. am
Witmens my enl edesamee mad seaw 0
sUe hb day of Februay. A D-EL m.
b. H. WlKURas.
p Cleark Crets Onu Asethia Cow. a.

NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAZ
DURD UNDER SECTION s Of CMAPTS
setm. LAWk OF FLORIDA
NoUtee lo herby gives that W L rom,
puarelanr f Tax C*rtsoNe No 64L. daiid
&he bih day of Jaiy. A. D IW. aa tied
sailed c illresi ID my use. aL d baa made a
iul'sakius t4r tas deod tol waseI s -a --sorda
with law palds osilslate ebraoce the fo
lowing de.enribedt imrery atesad la Alaebsk
oMulti. WIortda. lowi:
L t* s and a -c. L TP .. HI. Lg1
'Tbe sad land bein asseed as tLhe date of
bte imbausee of wueb ceriMeate lo ihe maie o
U nIsa Makd rteate shall be redeaeed se
cordnl to law. s* ded will IeMes l tom
ibe Slit day of Mareo. A D. aIIL
% I ntes my OaI OtO ItOgiire Bad WaWl iWt
the ?th day of February. A. D IBS.
b. H. WIKNOIS.
lad ClerkC(Aeult Court Aleobsea Co.. FL.N



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forU &5*bebts
No% sherefero. aln pon meve Inte Jedwnsh
Potato f N. J. Holt swe reqelaim etoein
teefocre ea- o t (kmalsessilVice a. eORswe
4ay of Mareb. A. DIi Btu Atvsakweas"m.1
asb). wk) asid eeodaft beWM4dutbe qmuedW
HG.MANSON. Comet wid

el. W. PATTON

..Civil Engineersand 8.rveyem..
MAUR a 1u"3AL T&T3
Pruamfe tto 4,. U 41ll *iJ@SSt(5
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THE UAINE8VILLE SUN: MAR(H Ilt, 1909


CODENSD

4W OaNERAL INTRSUT
s sUN RIIPORTERS.

Mgiur *.d and WhMt Is O.

Sam M of the Cty.


next e'.Tral daPym liiting h-,r uwn.
who holds a lurrtihe position in the
lri k ('lty.
(V H. Colen & Son hai,. a ch8nr.
of adiertlHsment In today HSun iti
which they speak of glasos'n The->
have a Kraduated optician. and Inter-
ested ones should read the ad.
R McClellan left yePtterday for
Alachua. He was called to embalm the
remains of the father of Rev. Foster
at that islace anld will pri're, t!'he
' "1\ lor hlil|h nii'nt to iin Northern


lkasv A Sun: In asmiini the hSouth iFlorida Norm-
I ford of Mlianoloy visited al In.ttitut teach,.r.- enmliloyed It
yesterday I Alachua County Ithe nhalue of MINs
IL Howell of N..lnrry wa Kathryn Salter was unintentionall)
n yes-terday. omitted. She ios irlin'ii|al of lthe 1101
g rd oli MNicanoi'. was tr;-t, Il ,ol
arfess in the city yesterday. Dr. Armstrong. the well known swl.-
in as t of Hawthorn was clallst of Jacksonville. will make a
iNofss il wthe city ye"- professional visit to Gainesville. April
Ithes 13th. Those having any eye or nerv-
Sm l.ous trouble should see him at the


M. A. lealey of Hig
Sa visi ator to the city yes-

llpi and his two little daugh-
tIlo are visiting friend aIn

= O friends of fam Leonard
Learn that he is confined
|bl b la this city by sickness.
Ak Crte. the aemoamodatiga
f Micamopy. was trans-
Saa Ins la the city yesterday
Ow" her many friends.
o ak Lott. an attractive
Sdy of Augusta. Ga.. has ar-
I I-e city and will spend sev-
Shereb visiting the family of
go% H. P. Holstein.


[frown Hloue. *.
I develop any. sise roll finm for 16
cents; post cards from same. 6 cents
each; paper prints. 3 to 4 cents each.
One dosen postcards reproduced from
amy good photograph. 75 cents. All
work promptly and neatly done. P. D.
Cox. High Springs,. Fla., Box. 97.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J Hagood of Jack.
sonville were in the city yesterday en
route to Micanopy. where they go to
be present at the marriage ceremony
of Mrs. Sue Feaster, which occurs
there today. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Mollie Starr of Montana. who
is Mrs. Hagood's guest.
Mrs. J. H. Ford of Virginia was
among the visitors to the city yester-


. hawl. accompanied by his day and while here was a guest of
M. Mises Edith and Leah. Mrs. H. H. McCreary. She has been
S the city yesterday to be on an extended visit to friends In
at the funeral services today Micanopy, and being a former resident
Sien--law. W. T. Gill. of Gainesville was glad of the oppor-
.Wp. iame of Micanopy was lan tunity to again meet a number of her
Yesterday. He is now one !old acquaintances.
Ibwo truckers of that section Mrs. A. 0. Steenburg. accompanied
made a grand success of the by her mother and lister. Mrs. Cather-
ever slnce becoming engaged ine Healey and Mliss Healey. also their
Satnism. I cousin. Miss S hindel. departed yester-
p.) DaBeoe. a successful planter day for St. Augustine. where they will
pl pags was transacting busi- visit for the next several days. Mrs.
BI decifty yesterday. While here Healey and Miss Schindel will return
2-9 an appreciated visit to this to their Maryland home from there.
1 -ad renewed his subscription while Mrs. Steenburg and sister will
lMber year. i return to this eity.
V. I. H. DePass made a business i 't *ur d e DI h& :
I Is A'-ha ,t. p.a.. t .... Elmore Cook of Waldo was In the


I


Sw ^ Jyeser May. -e was
alisld on his return by Geo. L. city yesterday.
IV, md they made the trip in IIt l avis of IHigh Springs was In
ib ever one hour. remarkaihl, .Ihe city Weduneday.


Il- considering the w.t awnd
9eSditioa of the roads.
eIllrajn wa> re i~ved from ('Col(.
Warren. of the U'nited States-
1 ke, annomiiting th.-, arrival of
girl. which nmatd. her sliea'r-
I at Apalacblacim on MIond a:t morn-
i Both mother aild child, are re-


W. W. truce of Fairbanks was
among the visitors to tIhe ciy yester
day
St'. A Thoimas. onei of the planters of
Archer. was a p i itor to Ithe city yews
terday
T K. GodLey. the potato grower and
nuriterl' nan of Waldo. was in the city


deing a 11t\ ;'tnd the Ieccier yesterday.
k his Ifr., 'r'-ace greatly. MMr. J A Ettel has returned from a
il W. A. Roper. foru.rli Mrs.I l'leasant is it of a few days to 'niou.,
M Slebroder. of l'enc.r. (ol and South Carolina
I eOlm. Mrs. R E. lkeiniss of H. L. Perryman of Hell was in the
- are the guests of Mrsi H HI. city yesterday. Hlie came on business


*oem an extended visit h) Tamn
Aa ad the- East Coast. and Mrs
is accompanying her to Juinl
higbfd, who has preceded her to
Mrs. koper's Gainesvillhe's
We delighted to see her again.
*l eatt Dai-y Stm:
& MeManus of Waldo waa greet-.
hiS friends in the city yesterday
U. C Mcintosui of Ilaatbort wasa
^-Sg the visitor., to (aineitlill' ve-
bay
CL 8 Shawl dlad t IA dauhlih.. I-
to their lilltiln' at Allaii .i .,m


* y '. ruuc,,. an.. (if tce' ic, t itltaitilt
R ocka 'ia ., t Ih .all e ti. t llm i hi ...
Ss city )..y".."t.ct
J. Hayiniau~, the naval stores pro-
OC f 1A .L; p ).. I i l %, it in l I.,'
atI 4rd ) ,41Ai ii t t e li ,L iimi
J 1 K .-ii.., ,| ,,I \% .ei,,, ,,la. ,,e I .h
t < l fl l. 1 .1 1


kt r ..t IK |ill a l
flat 'lark .
M1' J C 11i. l. 1 o f AiA taci ia ie
S 'Ilb a.acill ti h*' I .lt &, I t
11 <' lir l I l l c
VL r inje r, tm. i i. e i ., ,. i. .
inay


Ai...5 Natna' k-'. 1Ja'~i. Auaie'laeI-
S'Qis&audsad i.''ghvat, Laughangla~uusu,
186*huru toiej mIc-t$IAa)dy for hIxadeCity
b 41tti.auWi ead eras
b'uagu If)eae ea


connected with the land office.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Geo. 1. Ta)lor. J. E. .Hudonm and
Senator 1 H McCrear) returned yea-
terday from a buuiness trip to Jack
nllI 1I Ie
J I. Situnnumi of Hell. ouln of the"
lprominen't citizens of that se.ction.
,A amaiinlol; the i sitors. to ( lilieses ill'-
e' tI-rda)
For Sale One 3u-ton Rogers loco-
nliti'e. thoroughly rebuilt, ready for
,, ratimon- (itla.e tille h.'olm i lr) & M1.a
i ll#- o'nrkr.

iA I | .i ;l.r \W I IIK li. ,11 u n 14 .rM l'
ti" ') -e'tlioni, w ''r ia-nt r.- il (<;;iin..e
\tile' t, rda.'
I (' It lI'l lll i .- ,, I a:. II .t. I, lr ,
S it \ 1 oi i,.IaI ie* .t- a I, r.- ln
lm ii, --c-'' .tiicn .etl ,d w it lil l th I ili' I
H tit'le. ligtld T, < *,


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I.-itI0 % II I- V A cI IItI it1 II % l itm -i te


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S 11 I I 1 1 1 ana l illli 11
l it m I i il. 1. 1 I t Ia t I,, I I
I4.il6 il lii | imiilia ll "e jl, t'lhie i'l.
I '(U li A, '-d c i lliit I *1-i .
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I ti e a1 V it i ll i ,c ilo :li,' Ii I% l> il' r
P'l i< ldlikclll. t i l-ter itl MNi flri rt I1
Siiitt Ir- it e I ," <')> >) -terday
,i < .Ili Ie. It' ll lito holdd re


Why Take Alcohol?
Are you thin, pale, ea tired lak your usual vor nd
stre h? Then your igdtlon m ust be poor, y0 blMood
th, your nerves weak You need a tonic and ltrathve.
You need Ayers Saraparla, the only S aparl entirely
ree from alcohoL. We believe your doctor would endorse
thee statement or we would not make them. Ask him
and find out. Follow his advice. A C.

Hb* bama laaitive. Uwer plws. A -t A rk dctor b-1 "i.


slmonsible poitlton in Orala. arri ed In
the city yesterday on a short %Isit to
her sister. Miss Floree Itallns.
.1 A. Sttl|.he-ns of High Springin was
i visitorr to the' city yesterday. If,,
has bown engaged in the drug businiesp
there for a number of year and hait
a lucrative trade.
Thaddeus Hague of Hague station
was In the city yesterday. He states
that be is now able to get around with
his lame foot. whicb he accidentally
shot a few weeks stace.
D. Hicks of Waldo was here yes-
terday. He is one of the oldest.
wason-makers of the State and for a
number of years supplied all of the
wagons used In this section.
Cabbage crates; sawa slat; two-
piece head-manuufactufre our sal
standard of excelleae. Ask our lo
cal growers. Let -s bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanopy. M.
Rev. W. M. Pugh of Waldo was a
visitor to the city yesterday. While
here be had his name enrolled on the
'ubscription list of The Sun and will
hereafter keep posted on the happen-
Ings of the county.
W. Z. Chappell of Hastlnas is In
the city representing a commission
house For many years he was a
resident of Gainesville and has a large
number of acquaintances here who
ire always glad to meet him.


John Videon of Archer. accompanied
lby his little son. were among the
visitors here yesterday. He In one
of the extensive planters of that see-
tiou and never fails to make plenty
for his own home besides niii shipping
Owing to the illeass of Mrs. J. K
Wainwright. a devoted member and
worker In the church, the "Shoe So-
cial" which was announced for Frt-
da. evening under the auspices of the
i'. V. P. U.. has becn indefinitely post-
poned
It is wonderful to know what In-
flueuce the eyes have on the nervous
system Modern science has found
that o iper cent of nervousness, head-
:ache. stomach and other chronic trou-
bleh are caused by nerve waste
through the e.v.es
Mrs. A. H. King of Jacksonville.
who has been in the city for the past
several days. returned to her home
yesterday She was accompanied by
her father. Capt. 8. C. Tucker. who
will visit the metropolis for a few days
in the hope that the change will prove
t-' i-fl' c al. I


r


GLASSES THAT


LOOK RIGHT


We li-lan gllS' tlhat l re tI-i'mIiU|lig
to tie weari'r. Fi n-alin- hoio uiiima
art tli-n-i Iti -el e .tlli' a fraiie aor
-1/,** f lI'n- t(' iit lit wM.r- r'fa (ac "

ITis, matter has our ine w careful
atiealles. V- i .a' 'iIf ltit tih-,. ey
I.lrit-etly but can Si mli aL I thi
framie tILAI will lcIk tel.

fiasms of proper shape laslead of
dIlagries of er add allrartheaesa

ta'r) -U, Ih li'lS4il l16i uttratiou
i> eL-i ).a lhias\ gla 'er liittA',l twra


C. N. coLS & SON

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POISONEO BY MIAT.


R. J. Holly and Family Sufwer Severely
rem Ptomaine.
Information comes from Saaford
tlat R. J. Holly and family. former
rebldents of Galnesvllle. bhad a narrow
escape from death lost week. having
eaten some Western mutton that con.
tainted ptomalne poison in some form.
Happily MN Holly had not tasted the
meat beli g Indisposed. and was the
only one "vho escaped. Several of the
physieians were out of town at the
time or busy with patients and Dr.
Brace. who was sick im bed. knowiag
the urgency of the call. arrived at the
house I time to adminslater medical
aid and undoubtedly saved the Urves
of the as ferers. Another phyalic
arrived later and aided In gettingthe
patients out of danger. There i a
good case for the State ispmetor to
Jnvestlgate. as the local dealer caw-
not be held responsible for the man-
ner in which the meat is refri erated.
and it is difficult to detect the pres-
ence of this taint ina the meat.
Several other cases have been re-
ported in different parts of the tate
and the food inspectors a leM pet
busy as the sabect. The pbyslelas
stated that had not medleal aid been
at hand the Holly family w6uld have
undoubtedly died from the poison. As
It Is the children wil be some Utme
recovering from the effect.


G10 FINANCIAL RALLY.


Colored Mothodists Ralee Handeeme
Sum to Clear Chureh.
The rally at Mt. Pleasant M. E
church, colored, Sunday wad a big m*e-
re". having railed $506.13. The
church was divided into companies
and each recruiting general sollceted
soldiers to Join the army. '
Follow ag is a list of each company.
general and the collections: Leila
Nichols, $1; Wm. Miles. $3; 8Sisan
il.ari r. $11 15.. club $17.:i3; M. Ily:
ant $5.,;>. club $17.40; Monrue Smith
<::;... club $?2; Cells Austin $3.75.
club $*.03.: 8. It. Willis $2.60. club
$W.h0 E. Martin $6.30. club $18.20; M.
Welch $7; E. Thompson $1. club $2;
R. burton $..',s. club $8.83; G. W.
P'erkins $14.25. club $32; Dr. Elliott
$3; Dr. Walker and wife $8; Willie
Murray $7.83. club $16.22; N. DeHose
$f 440. club $16.440; J. A. DeBose $14.
clutb $ L:,:U; L. Davis $4. club $9.40;
E. McDonnell $10: Tyra Hawkinas
$13.75. club $42.60; Ladles" Aid Society
$52; Dr. R. H. Ayer $11.75,. club $61.13;
Arch Richardson $12.06. club $40.25;
V. S. Smith $10. club $40.
Several of the young men and wo
men gape $5 and $10. The pastor
preached at 3 and 8 p. m. and was as-
sisted at the morning service by Rev.
WVeale-> Player
The big revival started this week
with m.rrvie every night. All are nla-
vited K MARTIN, Clerk.

Card ef Thanks.
I siIh to thank one and all of the
minaa kind friends who so faithfully
asihlp.t.d mse and offered help through
the sickness and death of my loving
;and devoted husband. Mr W T 0111.
I wlbh to thank all friends for the
,be.autiful flowerie and delgnus. To the.
F' 0) E. K aiia'i-r. I extend my heart
felt thaliak-. also teo all members of the
J ()0 0 F' lhad
Mas (;'d hblehss ou all iM ni) earnest
Ira) '-r Hel.ipell tfullI
MK i W T r ;11,1.
; .ti *. Ill l a ,'la .ilarr h 17 I '.,ow


NOTICE'
'"f All 'Whoml It N1. ('aC ,rNii Nlo-
Uce is hereb) gh%,e'i that sxty days af-
ter thipe d.cte tthe re aill I s lbill iutro
duced ill atht Io- 19 f e ll of the Vilor-
Ida I KI liii. le r a sMi .-al law for
Alali ,i. i al I toprohibit the slhoou
iHgK liUlil i or killing of quail for
tihre- i ;, lay a. out of each wel-k ldul


Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
e1ice. The best on the market Only
mvemuty-Av cclita All color and for
ise ou all standard maachlues


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