Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01611
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01611
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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UWelewas dal smn the Civil

In IM a tax of 6 per cent warn

a Ma of 10 per aest on Incomes
I te 1MW. I5t 154 a tax ot
tas u mode to apply Os -am
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FOR $10,000 RANSOM

Got Boy by Clever Rose Worked on School Teahr

of Public School la SIaro, Pa.


Had Just Arrived from Boston and
Was En Route to His
Home mHere.

The news of the sudden death of C.
W. Chase came as a great shock to
the entire city of Gainesville :. eter-
day, and it will doubtless lprose a
hard blow to the future of the city. as
he was considered the most progress.
ive citizen here.
No particulars were receded regard-
ing his demise, but the general suppoo-
sition was that it was caused front
heart failure, due to the extra hard
strain that he has been under for the
Mast few months managing his nm-
mense business interests and engi-
neering the much-talked-of paper fac-
tory that was almost a certainty.. all
preliminary arrangements having
about been completed at the time of
his death.
Mr. Chase was about 31 years of age
and came to Florida some twenty -five.
years ago. and it was not long Ib'fore
he recognized the future powssiilities
of this State and section and inime-
diately began his business career,
which was the most thrifty and su-c-
cssnful possibly of any man in ttli ,i1t-
tire South.
Hie has been a groat factor ini the
buhsi'e-ss interests of ti this t( had figured ery ironminently in their
largest ntrpri.'e.. Inside.' he- wa
tlwayst illitoatg d able- to ta--i-t .l .,
ple iti all walk.- of life
Of rec'-Ini lmolist I- haI d dii-,Powe-d
of some of his inter. -i.- ii ,-r.:. r a,.it
he* itighlt ate' monre- line' aindt :tt, 14iiiiin
to I he pa ,'r iill ht % h %e t- ta t:.sii 1.
uit (;. id,'\- il," it- d %.fi t. i, I. : ...4
"it. t, 1- Ia:mt (*o. f r l ingnail t ;>t ,-a.-t
I.', ore ihaor r ,. andl it \\% ;is tt! i ';:io.. 1 <' .
cern t hatl probah.itl hia ir L- <1 :ith
This Eoeroii unalii o t ; ahI Iel < t'a i
ta lizt :1 al lln t S- : t**1 ill w 1';t
h. (doie n i'or' ir I-'lra l.i an;lo
(;ain.es ill. than ai i oif( th.. I.ir..- ,nv
terprisel' that ar- Imoi w ithlin i-
horde-r.. ouut.sidle th. Ihli-ilph.atit ii
dustr. HI- was.- i pre idn.lo t lth- h ut t
ton P'hosphiate Comp aini ahi.h 1 Iroh


Severely "Walloped" the High School
Bunch at Baseball.
II 1,,* t,; a h ': ll 4 ,elt. -I \,- t, rl.ri\
til rt.i. in .i t h. .hall ,p.ark to4 .*'.e 1 -o* thi
I 1o -1 oll. 1111. ... i 1t, 1 lh lt i;4l, Scht a. l

ablb o lins and o .wrata..- i r, i1.- Ia111' to tI.'- Ioir r' <.. 1' t1 '0 tI. .100-
than an) other corporations in the th :',r. of I,; ft h
S atea,. 0 In the' r-t two itniIIg- tha I i'#. r"
(aitne'.'ille ha. h;ad s..anll hard "' III re-"i'*1 ltlrt. I, rn blit li
bloh s. but Iin the death of th e.- sg.tll. I ;ard %work tho. I- igh Stlto t hoM li th-i nia
ma il t I et'ls Ihat IIroq lid. neio h;ti v"'h I1 fram thi- tIn10. uniil ths.' t hi-hl of
given us the hardest knowk At- hua .' lh'- g;ta li tht f nilth fisllss g i he-.
It exI-erience'd. for uith I th. ('ha-,, ll1 s.ihoSh" mol Kot a l a trj ak of lu k ,and
in ev'l'.e ts backing aln ( toieor Ii tho.-. I..ja Itoi1l.e lhrt-.- rllll
pla. we re' as.ur.ed of it h,. mig a stc lt111 "to ea III. ho, .d 1 gowod s.ir it
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The t.ehKgrai aintmin('iniig hip, death
%.a re ll ed from MrI 4' \V ('W'sha.tS
% lo a.Aa,. with him and .iil it ;a- knownA
l .lt h ,'l.. I. ft i .u ton T'thu -il nigIlt
aor *. I t-'rid.i iiat io.: Ih 'liecl .w
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English and was evidently Alaerkae
When Slost alaie.ared with the bey
the stranger smiled and helped his ip
to the seat belide. him iHe then drwe
off in the direction of Mr. Whitg'
office. be'.ral Iors,,ons last O
said a confederate joined d the kidlapa
Im'r before he had left town.
Little was thought of the inetidt
and there was no Itelief that a crime
had tw'en committed until the 1
failed to aplwar fotr his noon-day meal
Itleoming worried. Mrs Whitli bega
a search. and at the school shpe lean
ed of what had occurred there three
hours before.
Threaten Lad's Death.
At I o'clock ;a letter directe-d to the
mother was deli\.-re-dI to the- homn- by
a mail carrier 'r- WVhitla at once
ra-, O.,iliz'ed th.e hlndw ritinig on the
,a* e,'hloie as that of Ihr ..son OIieng
it 0'le- fouilnd thhe follAow0iig c')mnmunl.
; i:ati.a iritte in i ;i a '-tra;i hand.
\' t '.e 'oar IN)% .tid mill retori
1'imt for $1l0 mlo Will --' (%ouir adipr-
" i .-t', t ito tfhi I.0 I' r- II,> rt ill Io-
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was hinaed iown whihe pronounced
th laeome tax uacomstituttonal as be-
ltg a direct tax. This was a reversal
9 ams earlier judgment. The court
waw divided., to 4.
I. IM0 the sprmae court bad de-
eided with so dissenting opinion that
as Income tax on rents Is not a di-
ret tax within the meaning of the
sem-titutioL. but as excise tax. and
hbeaM permitted to the general Gov.
erameaL In a minority opinion Mr.
Justice Harjan let It be plainly seen
that he believed the court to have
dealt a severe blow at the stability
mad safety of American political insti-
Many members of Congress express
the belief an Income tax would t e
upheld by the supreme court as it is
at present constituted. The points
from a legal stand are so evenly
balanced, they say. that the court
would in all probability And a way to
get around the decision of 1895 and
allow something to public sentiment
Especially since an income tax prom-
tlaw to be an absolute necessity.
argue the Congressmen friendly to the
Income tax is a prominent subject
la Prance right now. The Chamber of
Deputies recently adopted a scheme'
of Income tax by a votA of 47, to 166.
By the proposed law-which has not
yet gone to the trench Senate- in
comes are divided into seven claes.e's.

74118 W Mill MOt 1892 provided for The firtt three include income- from
Sper eUat tax on all Incomes of capital, stocks, and bonds. exceptinagt
I ths O$4.M. the tax to remain savings deposit and real Iproperty ill
low"e %util Jan. 1. 1900. Its history comes from these sources pa. iiit 4
|B of Interest at this time. and will per cent. Two other classs are tio
-1 b1he threahed out on the Goor comes from commercial and indost ri-il
, VmWe within the next few undertakings and farm IprIodt(' ii o
1 hs0. which are to Iw taxed :t14 l r cent
The OMme tax was bitterly opposed The. other two claswis are inconi,-
the E.tern capitalists. but was made up of salaries. pe sioions and lift
pular with the West and South It annuities over .'.'> per annum. The-, e
I the most popular feature of the jare to be taxed 3 per cent In addi

^.*M- bll. as the majorities given It
Sath houes show. Senator Hill of
.'-w York attacked the measure on
j agrad that It was uncoastitutlou-
beemse, a direct tax. and a direct
I at based upon the population.
M*Mmafl -t be levied only by the se'.-
O l elates.
Aa mom as the Wilson bill became
a Iw preparatioas were made to col-
.1t the tax. Blanks were printed, and
&hMte they were bten distributed to
te Various collecting olices test
enm were prepared and rushed to
nte umpreme court. Under circum-
*ataimes which caused deep feeling
tbhrmghout the country. a dec ioan

tion the bill .carril-s prolsioiis for
another tax on all Ipersons hai.i ill-
coniews o.t-r SI.4on a e.tar Thips i
progressive beginning at peI-r c('t
and rising to 4 Iwr cenmot for all iln
comes over $I1.I4HHm.
These taxes are to fall uplon the
French people and tho(e foreigners.
who reside In France whose Incomnsm
are to be estimated as -e.en. tin .s
the amount of rent they pay It i.
estimated that the- incol me' fronsm thi-
proliosedtax will amount to $1:!*9 oo.-
*M *. alid Ithi s In inp 11 dld l l o Iti e h oin
munal and de'.parilm ittal ta'.-. 'Ahich
will amlnount to as m nuclh l or
It i. anticipated in \\lWAs.hilgtlon mhsIt;

lasvtle College Gets an

Endowment of $1,000,000

W 1CW YORK. March IP,1ru mt-, 0. Iii ~ 9%.s 1.fit l 116,1 t .
oft the l kxAti d eduicAtieago fund ~o a I o&I h ll "4111-41 a 14LaI*04 t I,
wilwagel a ft*eotzg W tb.r Wa*Idl it I.A-1 r a n.. -. 111 1 .4111.41 'alh 1.ot t 1, I., i1
Ii.II foir fbi- Ili1 ii i .'I 4:1 *i a
HOtWl eaierdia) lu cuatile14-o 1. 00 f -ar irl.at l'ot 114 Si. 011111o~.'H 0.
the BaWldistributioia of a Jaoortoii .**iiamoa II.tI. 1 i'I'
Ithe it iat fund ti ol do- d 14) i ; %t- $1 1-604I, 1.11 (aleO *I. I& % oie~1
o"8 to *'ulaablIl- oa1 o-id v itlA 1, 1o. 8-ci0- I' .0 'a. I #- .'I '' A~a, fI 9
tPalixid) X\rtit.&a OI ( -,eeI'.e 14'01 l.o It it r 40 I ll' i. ro lii l..Folo t ill a if IIII 0 j
at Na"blifiiiv. To'iaiaIi T p.toh'. c ''-ii; VA Ill.ft1-11440*1114 f~ i t h1'.1141.o 1
ere&ated b) Ibi-f iat- Ioud *, .jI I t I I-,, % a: I 0'tl-eK.'A %IlIt I %~ 41, 4 t A
chief o pmuii t b iii' t m. 14 i ll 14 I it 44 ,In 11111U1 41 t ,1 o. ;ro.. L'.'o 4i '10
arrauguld tou hAoL.- itot14.114 4 or I I liv lk' hau ll ~.~ taIh- it,.' i -
of the Uulifrersgt) of N.,fia j~i 1" ilit\ .I I*~I~ 41P ..eMi
yulle, T IIEe. N~a ~ I )* 9, a 40! 0 i.
It 5&* aa^ oo aisimmici 1 11.&[ tilt- Slat-'oaf 1111A %A, .i.i.4 5 I1,ci I
1aTem e.bt. had he Ift IIi. AKIO 4-116, lift Imalssd IIfloat. 9. ,.
wkh the' trustre-b of (lthe fuaad I,)pi'll ca 1, il.4 f mllal I,, -11 0 \ 401.
VWIaa UU Ai~ ddIt ft tion al .'a t~i q fiao a t 1 4#1 4 11 hu.l holIs.. I 04Io 1.
vu allege maniouaflwx too u 1 a 1141#1 6jeUith .1'.,

SHARON. Pa.. March 19.-Ten
thousand dollars ransom is demanded
for the return of WJlliam Whitla. At-
torney James P. Whitla' son. who was spirited away from
school here yesterday) morning by an
unknown man. furnishing a mystery
which the detectives of the country
are teing asked to ohele Accompany.
ing the demand for ransom is a covert
threat that the boy will be killed un-
less the money is produced.
Hundreds of telegrams aid tele-
phone messages hale teen sent to the
police of various citiess asking their
asl-.1tance in the search for the boy
and his abductors. The first fruit of
these came last night. when Chi-ef of
Police (;raini of thi'. citY re-.et',e-d
word th at ;i rig in ahih the' laol had
been taken' away had teenu recovered
at HVarrs-.. 0(. with th' child's hat on
the i-eat f i lle-Ilal& 1
How Boy Was Stolen.
At 9.:: oclchw -k e'-te'rdal Ioitrniiig
|.. ta ..4, r olro.. upo l the' i .st 'tW ard
S,.i %l hi ro, string W h\liitla i- a liu|l, il
'. 4- .11 No 1. andl told th' jutall or'.
\'.-l- .. 0io-. tht, Illd a a- wanted ;at
,on 'e. .: h:.- t.atl. r s office, Slo.s- con-ll
,'-d ti.- 1.N- -.01 4 too l.r- Antia

I'd tl ,' f < hnll \- t h-A t a. l h lt' 'Ir .- lta i
'41 .!i i.( t h ,,i ..'t',', < o" aIn ,- trr 'ki i l li, It
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WATP10A td W mol"Cft7.
tewhe went, to the' third Thew.
bW mW tto ewethe second per-
ofthe John 0. Wills Com-.
were uA disappointed. The
t ~wm .A Trip to Atlantic City.-
wib Athgra ma. ardly a per-
p -. ktf~uknmed a very ecv-
4111 toa jeft e rowd of people
"aft a mp d l"ughableutua*
e mewdy parts wcrep god
43 a Irb h the audience speat a
*Il do at iss"esKate wills
S k Whrimer Davis. as uponm the
WU,,w6amevras hesrtiiy re-
The etUractte e cola have
warn and to rIne a distinct lv.

At P 1101180 "at O'clock tIMS
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e'dy plot which runs t hrougahomat tlic
'wi iaat -. .1 and tel caimur.ii ~ii v i &
I6F)IJ1tulty at t hi t itu&' 11101 Ra *i( i 1and
all Ailuuld tiatkc ana ffei It 1:)II. C"tI
tie-The rlcus at the mait 1I.e. a ill
bei2. ~ cvntu.for adults. and(171,
for children
Tonight. a.- the clueiag luill (if tlae
vaiagej.uvaat *Th. MeN -rieI
will be. the offerings It ij. famata' froua,
start to flutib 8e&vurv twa.% a4 -ark)

-The Missourt Girl."
-TheMilssouri Girl"aiv a comnedy-
drainstbtat ioroducew aamore go..iautiv
hearty laughter than a m~thitiog yet
written In conanection %*It h the
Ptrong and intereutming plot. it (omaiattli2
fit-ac no.t ludicrour hltuatlowl. v en
TJhe company lIsreaeninag the.lIlA)
t heIs. as-pbt- ki(oAt 164-4( 11It 6-e.Ili eel .-eI vltia -
cal profes.-.siai, %*tt)ho v-. r ial '.Ads.14t64
extracIt fil. funats 41. l Al it 641111 I..tfl Il
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Express Messenger on A. C. L. Train
Shoots William Lock Through
the Hand at Wilcox.

NA.- was r-c.ied in th,- it' y V%
terday of the thoothi g of Williia
l.Amk b1 the e.X re. -.- i .-- .iiger Mll
the' Seaboard ipassenig r train at \WVl-
cox station.
None. of the Iarti learnlld asto a hat lced uli too Ihi. act
further than that it w* a trii iil anat
ter and the shot ua,.i tire ito% thie
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iqun ti,, 1i t i f. t ,f "' l(,w cl I.:t4, l iutt of 'l,,' w ,, ,il.
Our Seeds Have the Reputation of Beirg Pure and Reliae.
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jem) er wi~h~purttahct. oJICthit. Wiitl you Agrt heed
it. WAY chitage the iu)iuediit- .cm ireuts of yoUr: .vs~t. 0
your intereests way even place'Aroutmd Andud mbea 1u
euviroulments. hew AaSfxit -b. WImV gIVe N'LI ll l 1
start in a bualznetisway.
hu'~t it worth while to try to. fiud .u~t w,t!- t:. A
uot bt true today, tomorrow, or vtry soou

the pale'. ten ClitR. aIl the motion
pictures s Ill he e the fli. -.t ol itaIhln >1,h
There Il nolt another place h In tI.
routitr that lrr ents a n.lmuch fur
the Irifc as do.*. the Kl-e.tricr T1e':Iati
lit (;m0d,< "I, .m Hith iill tht
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I 'lt I l irg t Tue!.ldae ,. Tlihilrmid :1 ,.I
1 a:tt:rildat nithts f tre -
Music Festival leats.
HSe t roitr.art, for th, .a.1a .. I,
S ruling Mulsica;l -et,.i l. At i i I'* aI(I
L*. nia% h. -:! inued at t C t -i f
Mill.-r & Vihl:l
For COLDS and GR'P
Hicks' CAPt'DINE Is the best reme
dy-relieves the ac!iing and fevierlsh
*ess-cures the told) and rostore-
sormal conditions. It's liquid--effct
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SAgeronet Among Them-
Slo Have Ballot of Square
an &t.fion of Choico.

F ere was little chance'
btwiulf or C. Warren
i the coming unici'ial cont-
Iu all three remained in the
,C. Dell has withdrawn in
I b a. Warren. who will go
l g t the ere'sett laicIth n ibe tt.

gtliay afternoon the two con-
111 t as per agreement and
I ONO g among the' merchants
i to 0of the square, and the one'
vSgifd the most votes was to
i the race. and the lowest
g a do all In his )power to
bi lamtence toward the winner.
gre aged a ballot box and
1t the Hyde corner and had
dmI eh man and their clerks
e for their choice. A can-
of lb vote cast showed but
i- dilference, but according to
gi leiumwt Mr. Dell retires and
1 so It Mr. Warren. Following

SMy y uriads and the Public:
,I la withdrawn from the race for
I- I@ the coming municipal elec-
Sa wll lend my every effort and
blow tI the election of Chas. War-
Ia I desire that as many of my
iftls eM an consistently do so as-
m hs his election.
"Very respectfully.
l'C. M. DELL..
lm the above action has been
IbIft Is rumored that one or more
*64gb husS" will be placed in nomi-
ViOW fo be voted on at the' coming
dug&a, pd Judging from the way the'
a lt has warmed up within the
p t will be the most exciting con-
i wheu sd here In some time.


U0 lns&e Lewis of Alachua ar-
*M Is the city yesterday on a visit
She ia other and sisters, of North

WL. IL D. Thomas of Windsor was
OlWr to the city yesterday. She
10 M-mpmaled by her daughter.

C. V. 'MeQueen of Komoko was a
1OtW to the city yesterday. He has
S11 g drcle of friends here who arve
d"ys glad to meet him.
A. J. Gill of West lake is among the'
"hters to the city He came c,\.er to
& after some final arraigeineiit. ini
lference to the death of hi- , T GUI.
Mrs. J Ft Padgett le t t -t r-l:i\ r
Hi Sp tngd. h-.r. -I.he % ll I|.;
Wrt visit. She, i, < .>ii'Atliii ti,

Graham two lu i ,,r, i ,,,
Ue hr guetIE I

*06la i t of r i| inice "illm v t .- ,.
ihitor to th. ai* 11 i. .
r l'We ho Sme friiii ,k, t ',. ti
o tlnadled the Sutet. ce', ',:,,ta ,,f
ty superiljt*itite .i
C*roo u cuttae te, re.it ion |,i,. k
ia Mquare,. I,,ii:.rl o. e'|lie. d
I W. L Leiraui,,., it> wat. r e I.e
irt l tls. b' e'r;ig,. t.th ;t ,,I a ill
S i coneit.ua.a ,.e .. 1,1,t t,, t Me I
1 ~ Mcreear) or Su nt ul r ,e
1 J I. L K 'elh. a, "Uie ,t r nl, Ii (t ,fc
I 9 Wi a-, re'turn>a,.,I ,,lll .t h,,r.
~' vlhit* ilat,,ia ,t h, ,, h,, .
~ tilt Lal e- ('it 'It a e ii th. .-t

4a the lar t .,1 ,th, ,,th, ,

by the a i i. '. ,, ., ,. ,
t1 ^ **"! hI.K

Mr. Wilin*right's Funeral

~ P I It.

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Grand Lodge to Attend Dedication
Ceremonies on April 28, and
Big Day is Promised.

The Masonic fraternity of this city
are planning for one of the grandest
occasions in the history of the city on
April tMh. At this time they propose
to dedicate their new temple and will
hat. many of the leading Masons of
the South in attend;-ice.
A very lengthy and appropriate pro-
gram is now being arranged by the
committee who have the matter in
charge, and Col. Webster. who is one
of the number, states that it will be
one of the best treats from a literary
.ltal(dpioint ever given.
Th'e dedication cerelionies will oc-
cur at the ti nple in the aftertloxm.
while ;a litertir. lrogramn isI to e. aI r
ranked to follow in the eve..iiig. the
il tio el >.',. w ith a \,r> l-.ila ,raite hl.an-

Th," t r.maT l I.,i.I ,' of .t-o,,J- of,
S'li Ii n iib r. I | *i I to ,i, t. iil .init
S I f i el Ij .i i I 1 a ,* I II" .r l t -i
Si .. i \ 1 1 : I l r, I i ii I I
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;jI~jt tA2' e tti ll di ll(C a fi. lil

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All (!IR',i %'- I ,: j ut- nei I A
Ai.:1 r i ie ~ct.

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'Tt-e Outlook Now Is That Party Lines




It spread is inure t..i-ily and
Simlother andi gos farther
than ot-her Irtmnlk.

Wears Longer

andl will not ciack or pe-el
off. Us(I lby the U. S.
Government on painting
battleships, etc.

1'a k A X Tr %AI'. 1;fefu)tMa)l Il'it ) i

A*,t! -' ~ ~ I. -iiia tu t aI t & Iih f

6o m c feret

I Will Be Wiped Out In Fight
for Tariff Favors.

WAl1SHING;TON. .March 1 V -That
o'arty lies-.. *ill I-' e mhniniated during
the voti,-Ilderatiol in the Hlious of the
P a'ie tariff till ]a%% indicated t>. the,
action of Repre..-tati'e Itrous'-ard of
lA1 li.a'iali in withdraw int yeterdal
frin m tih nii tint g of te' nilnori% i niei
ler.- rof thie' Ctloniiltee' t'(Im-c .se' h#,
dliff red Aith their views ao the tariff
SWith few exceptions. each menileer
of the, House will fight for the inter-
*'-ts of his home district There is
little ros|Iert of any lengthy general
debate on the bill and the considera-
tion of thte measure under the five-min-
ute rule for amendment will be pro-
ceeded with as soon as iposlble, prob-
ably by the end of the present week.
t'nletss a "gag" rule. for the pre-
vention of unlimited amendments un-
der the five-minute rule Is brought in.
the minority members of the Ways
and Means Committee will not report
a separate bill. Their report will be
drafted by Minority Leader Clark and
will severely criticise the wool sched-
ule in the new bill. It is contended
by the Democrats that It has not been
cut sufficiently to place it on a reve-
nue basis. There probably will be
numerous amendments offered and
heated discussions affecting them are
The Inheritance tax. Philippine free
trade. Internal revenue and maximum
and minimum features of the new bill
are endorsed by the minority leaders
and there has been much favorable
comment upon the measure by Demo-
cratic Congressmen. It is understood
that the minority leaders favor the
removal of the restrictions on the
quantity of sugar and tobacco that
can be admitted from the Philippines
free of duty. On the other hand sev-
eral Southern Democrats are endeav-
oring to have the free trade provision
amended so as to exclude rice. their
contention being that rice would be
sent from the Philippines to the I'ni-
ted States markets and sold for two
cents a pound. If admitted free from
the Islands. This, they say, would
ruin the rice industry in this coun-
A number of Democrats will join
with some Republicans In favoring
the continuation of the duty assessed
by the Dingley tariff bill upon lumber.
The fight for lumber will be headed
by Champ Clark. It is understood. He
has frequently expressed himself in
bitter terms regarding the l-nmber
.ittiatiIon in this country Iluring the'
tariff hti ariigI hel arraigned the lhimn
tier imanit i it*'.- and (d*ile.d deei into
the' intrar;n i- e of a-tlnijp:tge'. ainl rail-
r ;ti l lian d raiit- It v, 4 notI thollg, ht
the re ll I anv .- ri il- eojIie iei(ilii

Should be' '-td li'd by every parent
If -<-r hIli l a ia.ierrv t, fr. tful. -tart-
ie it- t -l, *I Ip I,:i'-ty fa'edl, h;i.- rT ug -
eihialer It'- e i -,. alt a.. 5 .ae.emti,,, hUiigr.,.
I> tielt g.ti lir. Height. lou cli 'a h -ure
the tr ul' le i- wor1"ks W hlite'.- ('reatml
*,rmifu i.e I an ab.,olute (tnr,- for
w oriu.~ I at a- ow'n iur&gatIt'e S,l
h> \, M. Jihn'-,on
\1'fe* 1. hil-i;ti.l l .liie i.' h iie frEint
!lie* > lll l > 1 I'I 1.htI it II|l h -' l || ; -e 11<-(l
I., .i | 1l,.t I I i i ( |c I | l'' tlle' I* il.r*ell-e'
I,,.u1 '.1 .\ I.!,l.,, r \e II\ d,.a ei \'>t

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The LoqistaceSyst-i I

One eof the Meset valilel le pwer in .vwlusmim
of our services i ear eubseoler se and me a fty, mg ulbi0e &
ti the public generally, l ear Meenee- meet and In their ala
ti.n with the extensive leng dlastmnee at
lines of the American Telephese and Olty by reis oi f Itiet l ee
Telegraph Compny and the ether an- arrangement b o O
scated Bell tephee empeales. phee empenls Is f t p W"se op

distance lines In the seven Sates In ask fre *Lqg SastO u id Pbe
which we operate Sd iln additiOen em ii w ha llamet wll
connect any telephone In *ur tyst1m In the amuntry.
with lIno extending to any other ity This vast netwe i O io0 es,
in which a Bell Telephone system Is Ing thsregheo t the ntlO, i he
operated. daily In e emmeiee and far me
Those long distance lnes are of theI poe by the balnir. the fameii
most modern and Improved construe- citileno In all wale of 1life and
tion and are maintained at a high plant here Is an Impertait kWlk is O
-*ate of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

EffiMSt ivin "..m... ia.

You Can Be Ci

to forget your ,,IUligatiolui to vc




iriled AwA

it-- to mich an extent ow
t)lr family ill thet. matter
J imlsiranlc&eunlemw we
Ia;y take the liberty of
(1c61ini Nih g~oll. D on't

lirgt~tl' to h avc iyourc' 11011MF

i bw, e 14j your

pantv- ''.r ght
IOrlaysare iaapsw

e..::~li~e, Floerid

The Famous

The Kd TYou HaveAlways Bought, a"d wich has boa
lm ue for ever 0 year, has borne the 4aimate r
Slanld has been made umier ai pui1
moal upervlios sliae Itta Imha.
WAlow noone to delve you I ti
AM Cmouterfeita, Imitatl M d "Jstmasgeod" are be
Experlets that trlUe with and eMdanger the MheltMh t
am "C m-d Ch _re-g opralP'e agaiast..

(alaI is a armem -etibe e (ar uter eil,
golM,--Drops-and --- p.It Is pllmmmi, f1
cotains mether Oplm, Neph aer ether Narel
subtmam. Its age Is Its gsIamtee It destroys Wo
ad alleys Veverishams. It sres Im-ruha a_" Wi
Coli". It relieves Teething Trembes, wes CMtl

oma" -wesgiv Ping olf --h" ......a"-


mnd 0-

The lid YoU Hare Alwas B

In Use For O(w 30 Y ;s.

The Lead with

the Spread


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.-% I 1 116. h t 1 1*, 1 ...% I, I,,:

1 I



elbmeds AgrI to Pay 67 Per Cent of
It in env Fplorid"-a "ia
8"wy ANe-- -

SWAUMNGTOM ar h 19.--Whal
p9 art@ y known as the yellow
So t-P-atiM- eases, before the IbI
t alC Commerte Commission, were
S411g4reeMent yest They
Sh Get 3 S.0,0W0 of reparaties
m a Ame of 1t c ets per huadred
wogem ent wM mppode thatem
S asear r ae Pie ra aOsMad at f
te aMeiloml river to pelnts outside
S s oet stry. T he moes werest et
ihea mm syessemrday ethe the Inter-
11 a Omine --mmss.. As a
," Kcc e-seW Btween rep-
ANNE"U st of bothe slipperndrSail.
eIm at TeS t In d. agd am theo
ONNOM pen of Alahs Is ema n iW eded,
adll.s Aweumd pay to the edim-
i peraen ma the amount at
ON psroable elos. Theglalmeg for
'14)b 0um1der of the territy, muck
SB*w ierM m. Iae nt abe ms hoe-
s o et eatel. bTt the daeW" s6taem
of m M esds lIs thee io ameadt

f*U tw t e thee MO n rhlami
0 I nIsry se eared e by the des l
o. *l entlm sothd by the rad
puse O emit n the Ugied states Is

S t4em T0 toWfttry S7 p. eagst of
a.a er a, &rL.vaOWt clasd t
.-. T ,, e.ms. in the eas o there
=ads ---'- ommre rares alnt the

me nd MWanmd tht aprts of
S ai0Mo Ary l a aa tllowfa line
e be d tm lyto deta. As to th

L s9 t BwLver, e wam0e aessteesd.
.aboi mam homithehis00 Soutern

that t911 8lht -e oatSued indes.
a-d arankWd r heaMess any

Ttit territory ts ldestically on the
mde ~dmm pay a n leamants
eIm le 1t tonumrye76? per cnt of
eM asO amm wa the irprvableent lev

11 w1k0 a- o of a htm of yellow.
Sr the ame territory.

vo e about amout have .not
bauWhdWy00 M to al. As to
1110000 ... -.ewo. I, t wa agreed
00 dmt Wo bhte onitllued Indel
anel? by be els loaI to be call.
ed up a"d amid for hearing any
due after Apr.1 3I, It, by that date.
the GrS& had not submitted a
1101u m o of settlement.
ThIeGadnegmet of the claims in the
TO ttrni Is indeatically on the
Mebs kas was the settlement sev-
WIOwes ago otf a bafth of yellow
pOn Ds from the SAme territory.
lvolvidg about 1165.00.

How can aay person risk taking
sme aunkown ouh remedy when
Poley's Homey sad Tar costs them no
mere? It is a afte remedy, contains
as harmful drugs, and cures the most
bstiafte Oams a and colds. Why ex-
pW et w your health? nsiast
pi having the aulne FPoley's Hoa.
or and Tar. J w. wNcCollum Co.



MdvIm h pdm mud ar Np-

A doctor's first question when con.
sulted by k patient is. "are your how-
els regular?' He knows that nint.-
eight per cent of Illne.s, Is attemldel
with ieactive bowels and torpid livrr
This condition poisons the st*.ii
with noxious gases and waste ,matter
which naturally accumulates n'id
whirel must be removed through the,
bowels before health can be restored
haits. ordinary pills and rathartirc
may be truly likened to dynamite,
Through their harsh. Irritating action
they force a passage through the bow-
ela, causing pain and damage to the
delicate Intestinal structure which
weakens the whole system, and at btwt
only produces temporary relief. The'
repeated use of treatments cause
chronic Irritation of the stomach and
bowels. hardeas their tissues,. dead-
ens their nerves, stiffens their muas
eleO ad generally brings about an In-
Jurios habit which sometimes has
fatal results.
We have a positive, pleasant and
safe remedy for constlpation and
bowel disorders In general. We are
so certain of its great curative value
that we promise to return the pur-
chaser's money In every case when it
falls to produce entire satisfactilon.
This remedy Is called Rexall Order-
lies. We uru you to try them at our
entire risk.
Rezall Orderlies are very pleasant
to take, they act quietly and have a
soothing strengthening, healing in-
luence on the entire Intestinal tract.
They do not purge, gripe. causO nau-
sea. fatulence, excessive looseness.
diarrhoea or other annoying effect,
and they my be takes at any Utime
without any Inconvenleace.
Recall Orderlies overcome the
drusing habit and curan eonstpatio
and all similar allments, whether
sacte or chroiac. They are especially
good for chldrem, weak persons or
oM folks. Price, 36 tablets, 25c, and
12 tablets. 10e. J. W. MeCollum &
Co., earner hat Main and Union

To the Voter ofU t City of Gantea
a a eanidte for City Marhal.
for reot4etima e April 13. I havo
served tbe people talthinlly tad -
ekatly., alht and day. ad my record
Is fe r lt lmbpestin.
U my service edari the pt year
he beeu Iaatetory I ask the ap-
part and vote of each and every clU-
- who oI svallled. I can ely
pemin the @me service as I have
cdeavored to ive lta the past.
Yours for order, *
I take thUl method of Informlan the
ubli that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 109. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, Irrespective
of party affliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the oMce should I be
elected. Respectfully,

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
en April 131. 190. if elected I will
fathfuUy discharge the duties of the
effce without fear or favor. I re-
spectfally solicit the votes of all, ir
respective of party afiliation.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I respectfully announce nm)self a
candidate for City Tax A.5,MA r for
the )tar 199. lilaiing btiMn Tax A%
s.asor for four years. I am fully ir.<-
pared to fill the office, as i\) re-cord
aill sbho the city a wria ii't ha\
IIu bwen*i lucitrai'd in that thuam- froum
a little ue r $611.11, iu to ime r $1 410i0 isli
I Ma l ia j1 .lii. 't l i i riililm n iK n fi-r thit
iff t lI !Ar t .) < r on a I Iil ,t ( .if i kl i -
ll IW NI I tt Iepr tt I ull I II it I|.I
"otl^ \V .1 |ittl 'lt si

di lt # I. I t .I I Iz
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flite11 1A I ILL &.A; t.1 f ,I e
0 C''IziN




Second and Fourth Highest Candi
date* Got Sulk of Vote In Piano
Contest Yesterday.

Following is the vote in the piio'.
olllt'st :




Ik)rian Kllis. citt.
ie silel I ipree'. city .
Catherine Halle. city.
Florrie Strickland ......
M. Daughtrey. city ....
Mary McCormick. city .
Alma Fennell. city......
Nannie Dickinson. city..
Mabel Sanchez. city....
Julia Carter. city......
A. Groff. Newberry....
Jessie Evans. city......
Estelle Iktal. city.......
A. Strickland. Waldo...
Emma Hudson. city ....
Annie Revflle ..........
1. Ware. High Springs..
Elvena Stat. Waldo.....
GoldIe Lambert. city....
Linte Sheppard. Bell...
K. Carlton. Micanopy...
M. Pernande city.....
A. W. Sarent.......
Mary Thigptn. city ......
L. Sanders, Hawthorn...
Ruby Albright.........

1 4~e 'e

ail. "Eiq

*9114 10

Of good health should prevent sick-
ness Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure t. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach nl a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ballard's
Herbine relieves constlpation. Inactive
Uver and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles. Bold by W. M. Johnson.

Willing to Try It.
"A fool and his mosey are seon part-
ed." quoted the pesstalst.
"Yes," rejoined the optimist. "but It's
worth while being a fool to have the
mosey to part wlth."-Ckcao News.

Don't let the baby suffer from ec-
sema, sores or any Itching of the skin.
Dona's Ointment gives Instant relief,
cures quiaekly. Perfectly safe for chil-
drm. All druggists sell It.


Up-t.g- lar gymma ertbes
-o a ll-- emeb Rem ...
b-- a- the ,eM otf I!
Wored Over.

Onme preuahers are afraid to give
aa outspoken opina'on( any remedy,
however highly theoy may eteem it.
Others are not afraid.
(he of those who Is not afraid is
quoted below. NHl.I what he says.
lie mesa every %urd of it. If you
doubt It write him a letter, enclosing
a stamp. lHe will tell you what he




.J.0 DDRKIER, Petrofda

e*< A18etilaug seemeBd to do her any goaj a
*. *lf twbesgan to use Peruna one Mams*t
Since then the color ha. vetma t
CaUrs of Stenses. her face, and she is galalag i n&
REV. J. T. PEELER, Headersonville,evry day. and I believe sle
B. C., wrtes woman to-day.
I desire to make kownfor theben "My little boy, ten y esro bedw
2tof sttering humanity my eprende adhad but little lie Hebqm
with Pw aaa Peruna the day his mother bm.
"I was nlictd with eatarrb of the day his face* t rosy, ando heas
tomah, and though I tried many rem- yard running and Jpag
diea and applied to several doctors, I rest rof the children."
was all lt valn. Threat Treao.
"Had It not been for Peruna I believe Rev. H. W. Tate, s Utslua n
Should have been ia my grave to-day. Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Obis
"I have every raaon to believe that that for several years he bhaws hm
wruma is the greatest remedy for ea- led with a peculiar spseftiaglft
tarrh known to the world. Therefore of the throat, which laotsfenId im
I have been, and shall continue to ree- vocation as a preacher. Be tea it
gomend It to those who are unwel. na a and his trouble dilappasjai

G. S. merchant & Co.
asr ers o d Jedsobbe itn

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grail, Oardeq Seed and Fertilizens
igheMt market priea paid for Chiekene, Eggs and eth* Pr e
A complete stockE of Hay. Cora. Oats. For. Bran. 160L Cd-
t aed Meal aad Rye. We handle only the Verylet Bee-
at Lwest Prices, and guarantee satisfactioa al ayL



Groceriesand Grain
No Order Too Large
Bot lnMsn 215 SAIN ILLE. FLI


Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sf






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Gainesville Furniture Co.
GrIemOviii, Flor diL

0,; Vat LU 4h'aas *"&Ilap-
I'14) AlachuaL. Ii igia
""A.& Worthaintamu iriuido.
()KW aulie'Y. 55141 all lbtrtL&4O.

Mr.eawsiel tanJ ..
for (kw Prim.

The Lmehstaece 5Semu

JJ% WAMAMAM20% wkwtghm


jjj lmn' q


slow lam ail l atter
FPdIor and Iu~'e

~- I BCoAU.tr~a( RE fig

b. pushed ev-ery morning ex-
dcdiMYWgd by .arirIn the City, Or
~~ pasT ohe rutemtd States, podag
"A. mszmonths: Is sthree
It amw OWlie week..-'trictly In

stadhloi columfa nocnta line
W gents for each additional

yr adv9,ertiatng made know eon

wakt s mt an right page. frtv
v isohd ever onday ond and
amplag.iss all the meWS of the
g a" general, sad will be
figs, toamy part of the battedd
hamf fsro f asyear-tn advance.
bills become due after first
f sdvrlinemeut, maees otherwise
p. hrties n.6 kmownm to s
I* pay for advertimg in a&

ly farmer should have a small
Ssselp and goals. It pass well

or. St. Patrick's Day edition of The
I ll stae Record was an attract-

gpl aren not only a good food and
gg crop, but a good fertilizer for
I ild when plowed under the soil.

IM e socking bird is now the hap-
JM3 1 the feathered tribe. and keeps
a *4 mItgkions pipe in play day and

Pi 7t I ks of Daytona will soon com-
Sgee the erection of a $25.01M) opera
ki g Iw I that city. Such a place has
bN besn seeded.

lW desilration of the new Secre-
Wyl d War Dickinson that he is a
9uv0at shows the need of an in-
1i -lpda commission to determine
hwh a what eoutitutes a Democrat.

Ithe S eidivation of the sun-flower ih
ta. Wto disCse among our people.
SI gleM food that fowls are very
01 df, sad its cultivation should be
hiOt h1 lar its usefulness to them.

Idll the youth reaches manhood
11 i1 may brilliantly pictured pro-
I" reswhadowed to his hope, but
tVhf thoe he has counted twenty-five
iers the shadows project from
.0 Win pictures of reality.

The Futh who snoozes and dreams
11 dr4am and snoozes. will wake
SSad "ad that the conjunction of
hwsl circumstances he Intended
Oltride and ride on to fortune had
e. sad see a wide-awake fe-llow ii,
0 5I3dle and nearly out of sight

A soveaent is on foot to erect a
Umau10us hotel at Ame.lia lHeach
allada i). where gtMd acconimo-
Sill can be had at $. ",*I Iper week
L. W- Way i, taking an active
in PrOm'othing the eite.rirt.e il and
Spaces is almost a.sured At.lIi.i
so SOl "e resort with |I"e,,le re.siding Int
| lest*or, but of lat,. arr Ste.a
H bS. has bet-a *''tting thi l, (l of
ltrf largtl I) M1'3 a0 ljtl m fll, there
bsis SO aCCOllgiof (lJ* i ,ti, tt A.l li, i

e iaitor' to llIorida ht ,ld l l.
Stl. ^ at,* -is wa tlthut a' t teniig.,
S. t Pgsc de IANi, *,'c- t Ir.'a tie tl *
I- t Auuh ti.,hll ;, r.. .1 Apri

|W Sct ul1.r ,, r e,. g late Ii Iit
Sa kiatory of Vie'rgi. 1e 'e h. ti

S fla o I'a ig a i I IiI. ti

"ta fur
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ro Ill* .1 1 1 i -.11 11 .1 r I

i I,. tI "I T a f i- Ir- I if o .tIII o fIR I .l ,
il -nt -lft -I* irk -t ii i :f-, i teo t o i:i
i- tiel-i iii --ik -ilie ,. :I P'l I Iia. te i:tl'
-iu rt Tht I- no ailluoio n to ie t

I '?i n.it ,le i llI t1atlI otii -- 1-lie ,.lI .1
tonl tritll II th tilt-iin it w;i-
a-;Illed'f to ig ther for. aiisl :la oitl fritt- r
ilig .iw ;.1 Ithe ic hli l lie f f Ci ll In ,it i -
with 'which it lia- no pire,-' lit oieoncerii
The P're-iclultt clearl' r.eeeiltiZ..-
thIlt th -' dl-iite.-. of tlh r < uoiliiti i
itaire.- a -ettlemeolt otf th0 tlariffl 4 1i4-
Ieih asI.I spee-1elily V a- |M -i.-1,1- e.ii ai-I-,t
entl w ith ? linB o tlhe' weilk ii -ul clih :i
niaanne -r a-4 will 1oI t re quiii,' it tio Itw
dlone all over a tanIn wit'.ita .1 -; : .
tite. rllr hidlnt Taft i ih-.l il. ,
right w lihen hlie !;,t is that 't it i of te i,
hli;he>l tlil|t t.1iii( e' th:it ih,' I* Ii',
should be .iareed ai In atil lipassiid
with as much speed as l ossible coni-
sistent with its due and thorough conu
sideration. -
The p people of the United States will
recognize' gratoe-illy the teni|m-rate and
businesslike characterr of the nmesage.
It Is confined strictly to the one sub-
ject requiring immediate attention and
does not stray into other paths. how-
ever seductive. It does not ret'iat
even the part of the Inaugural address
iA which the President indicates prin-
ciples upon which tariff revision should
proceed. Such a phrase as "It is not
necessary for me to repeat what I
then said." establishes something of
a new precedent, or at any rate re-
views one old enough to have been
Comparisons are odious, but it Is
plain that the subject cannot be dis-
cussed without reference to the ex-
President. The American people can
well afford to make them gratefully
and in a kindly spirit. Mr. Roosevelt's
task was entirely different from that
of Mr. Taft. He was the pioneer In
certain work which had to be done.
and It was inevitable that he would
fall foul of many prejudices and many
sincere convictions. He had to adapt
his methods to his men. and to do
the best work he could with tools
which were sometimes far from being
the best that could be had.
That large section of the citizenship
of this country which believes that It
is possible to have omelets without
breaking eggs w ill be telling each other
today that at last we have the Ideal
In the Presidential chair. Mr. Taft
has his eggs to break too. It may
be taken as certain that he could not
have so closely associated with his
predecessor for so long without see-
ing eye to eye with him in many ways.
He has begun well and we may well
feel confident that he will continue to
do his duty to the best of his great
He has at least set an example of
breity and conciseness to Congress
which it will do we'll to imitate forth-


The Springtllill i{,'iiililican sao-rs
A Souill r i r il PII ;i o eld'. il.0l r.-fr,?
to S.-r( t ar ltekiraon aet 'that di liiin
gill-iheel l ia ilte oel I at('I ige,. Ill It
I. a .1 e.ri ile .i lo taike ii niall. i ho
htia lI\ h *l aiail worke-el io 'alie ageo lor
\e;IrS i., a; I.lirr.-. itt.ri\ e olf the-
Southi. ainli lii .'* -e le h oiiieir of
the .-it 1 j liioi
The* \\'.-hinigtoit Post ;sa>- Th
I ta'il 4 S'al.ti la.'- la'e-e l flr .lia l ia
, lui-tiloi lii ral ililiiaiii tCil- lelalli hit
roel i t it t ai -- il a li olila folr tIe- li,
.ir.t le' kiail \. tai loeir liit I'
-ti t'A li toi t. t.ailti II iltlh i rI' ii aii .l
' i. .ul- er i- popuitiil.ietni a lie t '1 tio

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When to Heitate.
"He who hesitate isi lost." quoted
the wise guy.
"Oh.I don't know." mid the simple
mug. "At an auction sale he who bee-
Itates may hare his money."-Philadel-
phis Record.

Two Million Bettles
of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of it! And every bottle
is lessening suffering and helping
some human being to health and hap-
piness! This wonderful housebcid
remedy stop the pain of sprain.
burns or bmises. It relieves rheema-
Usm or neuralgia. It cures colds.
cramps, colic, diarrhoea. There ought
to be a bottle oa your shelves Just
now, ready for t(e first sign of trouble.
The new size bottle s 35 conta and
there is also the 0-ce t a se. Be sure
your druglt at -glv you Perry Davis'.

t w: I. WeGo f4r substare

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Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Evr oo0 wk thuo Lugs, i r tUr VsRo and mahe E
system lesS able to withstand each occOeeding cold M
CAN YOU AFving the way for mTO TAK SUCH CHANC

1 I 1 .1 H% it 1 tia. i.
I t. 1K lip i 'ae l \* '\ 1.. :eI. r -.e'
'it t,, 1!0 ha. at 'a It e 'eta
I It i', fit l ae ', o t .1 I
',11 l '. I i ii m t I #I a 1 t |\ \ 1 Ill

' t *' ,i. l .l i'l tl I|;,l ;| < t ill s *,
i t I(. il tht to ,Int .ii,, l 'ur -h l.
,, > | rrf,, tianti l,. fIl :; i l li t -- .1
Iun t le, li ~ it It I T h l.t I .C
S i' nti l;lrt r *if lIf o ft 4 l ld" 'l w h h l
'* t 1iii."-. (' lr-all o lmirtlnitY tip l t11 the.
i* ,ii-' iitt I -a !rt oti ree rd inll ani
'l lT;ra l mne-aure or lprincille oir tariff
re-.lu tioll. e' sholild I Ill. ui olludl.
fr s.i h illtn a-Itr- i, anl d F. .ik ta- d a. t
forr .i '. i|l:tia l) that there- ;ti hl e
lln tll-f.take'
Tit- l.ouis% ill.- Courier .ltJouriial isa
'\Vhm not in'r'en;c-' the r\ehelu.. asks.
the ors,:at i of the. A.iieri;aii Priote tit e
Ta;iff Iagule. '"y iicreia.sinig the
t.,iiff o to That de|peitdi. on whose' re-%enue is to
ti. increased. If it is the (Govern-
Ini,'oits revenue. every dollar derived
form a tariff on noncompetitive articles
geO-'- to increase the Government's
revenue. whereas only a small part of
the revenue from a tariff on competi-
tive articles goes to the Government
most of it going to private Individuals
and corporations. Certainly If it Is
the object to Increase the revenue of
these. at the expense of the taxpayers.
by all means Increase the tariff on
competitive importations."

Where the Trouble Was.
"Somu- mis'bul sinner took an' rutned
off wid de collection bat las' aeetin'
ay." said Brother Dickey. "an' I well
knows dat et dar wus no sich place as
hell de good Lawd would make ome
for dat sinner."
"Was there much money In the batr
"No. sub; day warn't so much a
brass button in It."
"Then why are you so mad about It?"
"Hit wuz my hat." he aid.-Atlanta


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Ta'mli & Jacksonville Rail'


Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ................... 10:10 a
Returning, arrive Gaineville ................. 4:26 p

Leave Gainevville for Sfnmpon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeti, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive GaineMville .... ............ :101

A. I 61409i, Cl. lsut.

LBarke, r. Tiob Uu'r

thxe I'Iycrand 2Soueth tmsiqimtd

Dkiea.river. md ...I.....WLN.-

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I".@mELmAr.cMOMaM10 N. a a-
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I& At.
6.4 ILGLAu mr mpei INw .....C L
So ~f T AT'trMT. hwahnehm a m aa iEL~

Y'r rwAt.va.k..an uhe iintn arlytA....... D. P. A. .M.L..

IIlA ltI 116lA N06OR

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S1:F\A1 >AI;k, 1) ):\A NO WNI> LI ) I1MITE 1)
_i..' \1 '\I I tIi 1:11 \ 1 'l' % ,IM A II
S' I Ii' i a \ 'e.tl-
SI i. iii Car and
t \' il- liet., Pull
I I', l4 i1 Itea 'h:
S City anue
C' '.iguatine
I ,.L t

For f i. llaf .t 1t .>* a
S*any Agent SeejtS, i
General Passenrger Agent, J
A K o AQoMOA .A ..

- .ns call wt

a i

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1leMle i e to be the
-I 1egrir am vwe as the moot
MI Ye t tertor of llor-
8 a tb Mamed i the very esteor
Se IMt, a way between the At-
mNm ime Od Coosts. .m.ded by
-eof- = ek tWrtlty as to be empable
r pb-- a gre t vanity of erops;
m hnt of t truack-growing.
-i m na val starms belt. She
m mbe u soam aldvantges
It h agoo eturebe with
bam= whMa are suplmor to any
Ma t a d t F lorida. with lrge
i^^^^^ amiasmt oogrsga^ tlBMW a
-m wu4 meet be enefl r
|i h am .. All t~sA e atsral

lime- te d mural tM b, adlm
h t o l Drev -- -Opr. War-
esad 4t Newma ln l

D m s an ak1 as City

i me i emp 0be pvst v-ery at
lB-t ama^ar em ** *.*

sM aheawly m mi
tkiveeiel i piatlus sfr omsI

enavlfe has m mear tngs
Wmeaslt be w eOa k

bm r4. me u W

f Io ial Uvbmw.
Snbe* n ad

p*t barber m sopaes.

fTro pMblie schools.
o 9k r3

Fr A eawlde lyery.

S Two abotract ofe
ETwOt barber shops.
Two public schools.

A tx pos bom.systm
Two baberdasherIes.
Two abstract ochurch.
Flow Pressing clubs.
Two bottling works.
COe Catholic ebureb.
A military company.
Thee Jewelry stores.
One Christina chadry.
TwO Stem laundries.
Two Adveat churches.
One daily mewspape.
Two hardware stores.
One female pyalcan.
ftMm grocery stores.
ive Baptist churches.
Thrbm furniture stores.
sOne e!,d 'torage plant
O ne w< tkly newspaper.
Sea-. dr) sood. alores.
Tt'r.. 'old drink stands.

T r sLems.
F't' .. .Ue-nt orders.
*Two Epilr'|>al churches.
'nllted Stat,. land ofe,.
Ose ehemical laboratory.
Thirteen Suladay schools.
Two veLrriuaary Surgeuon.
Ose Presbyterlan church
Two cigar mianufactritt.a
Four real etlati, agenda 'h
Volunteer fAre departmentL
Several lumber coml|anIs.
Three MNthbtit churches
A braes band organlution.
Two photograpb gallerles.
Two movine picture shows.
Florida Winter ChautauqaA.
f. misl e *-nl.. kl ar
Fie Nb hum

Firrt-rlassa 'errrage yetelm.
Two fertUIlaer manufactrle.
IPve *r tInsurance agencies.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading room.
Hardwood Manufacturing Plant.
Agricultural Experiment Station
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmaking establishn,-nts.
National Odd Frellows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establilshm-nts.
Two of the best hotels In the in
Two wholesale grain and f-ed
s- tores.
Two wholesale grocery establish
Water "that has made Gainesville
The inest opera house In the State
outside of Jacksnvillle
A Government bulJding anon to bx'
erected to cost when completed
.arpesteri. masons. plasterers.
painters. printers. machinists and la
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granolithle sidewalks than any other
tow In the Interior of the State.
An $86.00 court born built of brick
and stm--a beautiful strcture-and
the lawna, lover beds., shrubbery.
oafederato mmumnt, ete.. surround-
tg It, make tt a most attractive pit-


DL 00. S. WALDO,

ambam MMS am & mSe It 80 h
00N Phma St.Ain Le" Sftns.

O~m In Graham DaUidIng over
~ia & Da helmsbsare. ome

.D TIM**-1."04

O"m m mumm amb


OEM MW on"= Oft l
flma oftim 6U V

WENUSVULB, Abenshals ,Fl~
06.. In Uaimam SLsh


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OCa elU yOer Msl prOpme, (law
Lined mld O anmlmod), po"MIa,
7eakg wa tru e ladwore. 2ad im
alis wbasiouolierftort o. 2L4k
Aad Soleitor in Equity
*ea' Eas*$e, Coovejaseing and inwd
oral Pnaetio*. All businas prom p1a
attended So. O.ee next door So SOu
am". OaxmsvBaLLB. FLOSIDA.




Practice n all Courts.

State ano

Oess ebm eeralaevs Naatsa I"








In Which a Resident of Alchua County Wi

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished hf

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN ig

Behf of Bush & Safford.

C 5 5
5 5 ml


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



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by Tile Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due lbills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To ie d r6s-iki 8 mtt t 1A@W.e NOWm v i a w dfor .for .......SN.2
T'o fa rmmi m Fw wa N tO w eh fabWf ...... ....S1LN
ftbis "i -r'- .b mxt lmut a i fw sadi for...... ... $1509
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in a)! re~-p'ct- there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to get


The following merchants
tor every cent paid into thei

goods bhich they handle:
The Gainesavlie Hardwar
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Votes Ma
Ballot boxes w111 be found
ments of the I mriliatnts gi.inn
Sun office. Vutcs s-nt by IMA
to the Voting Ct'ot.ubt lDepar
G IIneE k

$1.25-Three months' subi
$2.50-Six months' subscr
$5.00- One year's subscrip
For a club of five one-year
For a club of ten six-monitL
I i i i i.4

S $1.0( One yvar'i subscrip
Fur a lub If fIlv. unt-iV. r

Soliciting votes by candid

rna~am~ 101h --- O-a

will give one r ite
r ebtabliahu, at.- loi
* Co.

y Be Cast
d In the e.-tabli..h
Sg ,t wM and at The
ill nlubt l t ir.*-'t,.d
tn I.ll at T.he Sun,


Rules and Regulations
1. Tilt- eoli fzt &~tIsopens to aiiy.! e 11%419iDCi
Ala. lua ( Muiitv %~ho ib kiiu n 1,y tl1,. 'Irw)g
of thec-iit' -t ur % iout ho-d f..r 1'. i
jou~rbuoi. ttins V11i~tIOI AoIs.
'Ct. 1t" I i *'* iattachet. or r. Lit,. -..-f 0- P pT
jorictoirs.of the alpo~v n~ana.d i fr.- a. -.r:'H,*~ te 1
joarticiLjatft-ill t~jlb vo)tt. t, ~ad ".% 1 .11 T,* ji11
3. I11 the t*'elct of a n)suisuavrr4;tw1;i9 tu~Lts""U
much contru~ er_,y way bt, rt.f..rrt (Ito tlec e5
duto~r% or coitt. t.%o almi. inart..L' vA tr~t
qua lifl. cd to rcindur deciaou,.
4 111ttth e .%vnt a candidate d, Ikj*... t" v*itb
draw from athe r~ct*, such (iItavdidalv All i5Dot b*
allo~ .d to tram.!. r %ovi to LLav ,-r,,It -V"4-
candidate in the c,ateL


icription .....................

-I lb4*. : tL S
400 votes

ription............... . 1000 votes
)tion .............. ......... 3,000 votes
subcriptious (before April 1, 1909). 25.000 votes
1s' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes


= t"1

1.200 VOWN
J. 5w0voto
30.000 vOtw
30.000 VOW

to l ,i ii i i: ., r n, ,']ithl ;t, i i iiit, -: mit tn i *

lu .1 . t
llbc r ip t iou . .. .
It lil, -OOI,, r ,, r ln ... t t .t t ,

ites or friends within the stores
distribute ng votes is undesired by the prp eg0,@
cO d:


T. F. ruua



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Gaid ikQ" Vt%f K14.
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abtle iJae, Mal ar I tr -,t r %tSI order@

Cla0useev*SS. Ptfrlds.

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W.Ast lectric 100'40w~

&ing lu 'inairop'''
1m~uthe-ir lii' ,

1. ha'"ate :114111r 1ie'A
blok A lirm- IROtw o"tir
W01414N1 f4-t't. ill be.0

of Art..h- i r- .

alhoe'I thow-~~aa

OPM S .A:urtWi'a'ler Itae' ..

a tbru~Mgf14.111' 'wr 4.4? rt ''ii
M IAROC flea""i

gbwo~bSlack-4 %rt' arrcltetl
$- or stealhaE 51litsfront
ga inehO in a hryt.Whvu
b1 ad about $.'11 on their
bW been baliweilding and
s, aWS at a raloid rates

~bee c~~iilet@'dIiithe, on
ad isnou rveach for MI-I~l'l

0 be one' of 11111- 111 '-t 4 1'
IN 8"1smllCity illtiill.4' Smith.

J% w'ls. hi sia- lire sifl-tit 4or
tia x(limiixo' I tai k Ahich
ImeJvik"Iiot'ilt. ha- 16~'4-11 epieit -
d te charge of joe'ljair% twigo.
of the criminal eoaa: t cit rt'-v

bftDa atcrifct (it not guilt)
ofdefettl't aff~duat'a

sorble for th e pillat? awl~
for 1t1I. N 41eltl .

hr tshehldine'sef.01,111 %ill'.a h.

I ato a (it. t ... : L,: ,, ,

t4 -- -
i niag Put n Good Shr.pe to
A Aemmod3te Guests.
. MT INGT(ON. ,..,.., I i
Mi tahe h itdi,,e i ;n. I
MAIk at old H ort' 41 ,' .'
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Vii IN1 fitUL

Itching was Intense Hum)r, Srear
from Hands to Body- Woro in" .
rupted and Sleep Ofter .mposs bi
-Disease Rpsist. t d ..". '

PM! IlN THeFr ,Vrc '

Ito IuII *

11 1 t l. I I
N t*1~,

alvt ut'- Ow kTi? IT
in 'hare'dd in p.ikjll
r"'iae'. The- 1'f1 11
it v hin gtitiitel1'e,'4A
with my w~prk cctzt-
uile'raliiv. and in.Ju&Ai
keplt me' aW Ak o,
nights. I toured iweve-ra i mtI-ec't'ru i(Ii
up*d a numbe-r 4i diffle-nit 4eintniento
and1 Ititiuifl% bu1t rev~eiv~isdcelraettal~v no
bent-fit. Finally I ee-t te1#4 down ito iWY
Uple. 'Er Ctiti'aara Sa %.WA ECutictiifa 41)iuitnuta''it
and ('etaivii Me a'vent 1I11ls. Witt, iv..
rw'.uat that in a f.'w clav.% nil ati'ha'tr It.qi
's'a-&'eI And ill ahi.lilt Ithreq' w e- 1,t1110.
all tra~v-ie'if my e'rmatti-ri had daap
~ ar'd. I have' had wlitEliiiht'''.4A ihis
andl e~l 41si, #. .A. K riaml,tT ."f.7 I
Wawah 11i ve'.. 4 hicuge' Ili... Ntive-miijer
MW and l.m" 7o.'*

Effected by Cuticura Soap.
Olatment mod Resolvent.
Th. ar 'ni,.irm it' hminj aand ?'earn if
the Pikiti s ttit. g an .q .aa Ill.- tll 1 "'ttA
simajiig. a- in J-41rila-.l. Ia).- I. f isir
ardniffemintir'- -fai11. t, astli --':.l!'4hit ii
the' fac4ia*l d i-tigl Iin-'v, -fit. fa-II ifIf- a A
rringavk 4 ri: th. w xfidlif-taT.Ill-f ..'
miiaw l nio-t v -'t wE rn-.tout ir'lk;-. Ii- ;11
t.*tt'r. (or ?Nalf rh'eaiii all .le',,ani'ia
roreun.'Iv -if 4- %Ira, rdiiit.~i v irt .--I -:

if I i
I4 I I' 4Ok-11 I

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A Releg',us Author'" Sta:er e-it
I v .1 I I r : ; : < !
l tir. N (' w t, i- It .' :it lhor of -*.\
e k k nt.- l',r \, r;il .ir
I \\;t- ; l( it ,,I t s ith k ,,n 11% l r l rb Il :|l
I t \It r I w ,- il l*' th tri< -k.,
w ith ;i ..., \,er, i .,i 111 1 is i', ki ,l ,.- :a;ind
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Do You Feel hisWay?
you feel .1 tored lut ? Io you pemetme
S I think you iuet can't work away at yomr prole.
on or trade any longerP Do )on hee a poor ape-
tite, and lay awake at sights unable to ullp? Are
your serve all goe., and your stomach tool P as
bitioa to forge aheed is the world left yyo P H a, y.m
might *t a* well put as *top to yourmise ry. w do it
you wall. Dr. Perce's oldests Medical Discovery win
make you a dilerent mdi'idual. It will set your laey liver
I o work. It will e t hinges right ina our stomach, ad
lour appetite will come back. It will purify your blood.
( T- If there is say eadency in tour family toward con-umpeio,
it will keep that dread destrmyer away. EFcn after oae*
sumptioa iha almost gained a foothold in the fofrm l a
lingering cough. bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will brimg aIhat a
cure in N4 per cent. of all case. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Piere,
of HuffLlo, N. Y., whose edriv ii sivp9 fro to all who wish to write him. His
great success has come from his wide experience and vried practice.
lDon't he wheedled hb a pennygrahbbing dealer into taking interior abati*
tutes fur Dr. PI',rce"' medicines, raco,meaded to be "just as good."' Dr.
Pierce's medicine- are ,& %-s cooCMIN TIoN. Their every lngrediest priAWd
oa their wrappc-". M. 'e from roots without alcohol. Comtain so habit
forming drugs. orl 1's I)ipcn%.zry Medical Associatioa, Buffalo, N. Y.

N'i I',,n. l.>w ldied S.t.i;l'' NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. corlporation. and the 'ubscribers for
i.l.l .i .,. I ,i. lii g ri. i i -ll,-.- lt stomk thereof. lth the number otf
fuie'r.il I mlt (idulcdl' Siiuidal af { .Notict' i. her- ha gi\i n tlthat we*. the share's subtocribed by each. are as fol-
to-rt tii fr n, the. i .M,. thomlli-t chaarch( I'% Ilald i'l' KIIfi a. I. aid Iti t al111 t c thel. oow?:
..r frIf .-... I.,tho vt c-hurh iiftairr i hlie, s lat el, i iiFlo rida th,r W R. Steckert. Gainesvllle. Pla..
h.er ipatr Mir (;lah-.. She .-- 't ,etter.s 1. '. lit to I.. issue.i to the ih Flor 1i1 shares.
nitie'- .ear.- old and hald lh-dl a quiet ida Te-le-. hone Co('impani i. a pIrop-e i.d' l C. C. Voyle. Galneaville, Plae. 0
( hri-t'nvi life, She- leaie's on. hlroither rorporatlo.ia ide r the I.aw. ol the' I .hare".
to mourn her de-ath. .Iln I.a of thi- State' of Flo'ridal. ,(it which contlial, A K. Voyle. Gainesville. Fla.
the' follow % x hall Ie the. Article o.f 'hare'.e
l"Incor|orat .m i state of Florida.
This? iirns is i etn pursuant to the County of Alachna. (
Race Suicide requiren:.ie t tof tlhe State of Florida. ',.r-onally apijeared before me. a
I. not n-early the menace to inrreas. midt I i;,. Artll.-s of Incoriloration hat' .Notary Puhblic for the State of Florda
*i i population that d aths a ong i its ,, fail, w ith S.*rOt:r of St:it'. .and at ,r. I W. II. Stckert. C. C. 'oyle
tht at a ar. Io l l- ll .te and A. EK Vo 1. to me well known and
fantl :are. Fight out of ten of thel-.. Wm i ST ECKERT. known to me to e the i|rsone who
fi ath are- directly or indjrctly (ausI sed (C (C \VYI.. ubhs.critwd the foregoing. and several-
lby lowel troubles M.cIG.-.e' Ilaby A. KE. VOYIEK. ly acknowledged before me that they
Klixir cure. diarrhota. d.-setitary. Artic.e I -The. oamet of the' coriiora- ubscrilbed the same.
--our stotia.h and all infant ailme,.nts. ei -h1tnll It. Florida Te'le'phone' Comn- In witness whereof. I have hereunto
.our to h and all nfa alldit. principal Iplace, of lusl- et my hand and affixed my ofical
'if this nature'. Just the thing for ..es s hall i (;;aine, ill.. Alachua seal this 10th day of March. 190I .
teiothin g hablie. I'rice' .',' a:ind .-',i pI.r i''ntit F' lridla ,uit it n ont e.tablish GKO. II. EVANS.
,'t'tl' Sold byv W V .lohtn-.on Mfid'i<' il :i tT'I'-- ;at other place's Notary Public State of Florida at
withinn Ihl St.att. of F4lol h1 Largo .My commblsion expires Aug.
Artiole. II -The. K~ ,i ral iaiitaure, of 11. 1'111.
A Rat's Tail.i .. ki, i ., :.il I i.. "I ,,t l.rerate- t.el- State of Florida.
A -t t:"si! i- a i ..n '.rTfl thing ,,, lin..e rs irot I:ro)k.s ille- to County of Alachua (
Thit. -r.a;t ia ai:.l-t < i'l.r l ..y. that (', ,i \\,.W,. l te.r. 'intre- Hill aind I.'e..-- ite.for me. n the underslned author.
ltier' ;are' Ii, .. i. i 1. i ti in -ll* hi rl'u r rnnII ite d, Si '.te.r and l.ak, ity. personally apiwared W. R. Stoek.
;il.t ',-l;i:" 'l.iti m ar e 1e fI'u d in I th t i-ntiith fr..in ,* *k-\il.'- ri< Trih ,rt. .. `. Voyvle and A. F. Voyle. who
l.part the h ;ii..an llnllii ey whi, h is i;.d l)id, i .1i i ;: ! iiit"t ; 'ur,. .r 1' *2t d T. h'iIl T 1 i4 |ie' In '.11 "tl : I- -1i# tht nti'' f '::iniail aiaidn d oLperat.- tbhe telephone
f, i. I.- iia -,rei '. :1 A s. rt .f halunl. i ,r ti-d ('itri a-. ill .iren I '.s.L o .I .l-ntioied therein.
1.1, f -f v i, i h'1 1 1 ia4.i is 11 ;solk ol-ia Marialn. Sunitr. l.ake. .v'. R. TECKERT.
I '4 11111 (, IOr i.ma e coui ti.;' to Oi > op4ip..rate,. C.' VOYLK.
:' '*1 : I "I a..rr, I l.. ,, I.;,.. ;tl re,'t t, l..i,.,hine. a d ti.'.. A.. E. VOYI.E .
..tl.e.r .'. ", ; ;i -. -!,,s it te ,;1 fitt,,,t I l.ui.tge-. to o nI. o .i rale- Sworn to and ilubhtreil d before me
.4. \. i i I : in l .;lI It is plre' i ;I-" .1w rE. n t tel'-.htho line-s. id ti thli I1th day of March. A. D. 19V 9.
t" I". :'. i li t:il f n- e t .l i .. ,t4 in .th eI a>inl ;all kilnl, of ele trial GIX). It. EVANS.
I .,,. It, .a f it thli. li thl t.*: ,st ... i;tl, l .1 ppi:e'.'- ai l this. 'irlora Notary Public State of rlorida at
, ,, .1,, i i h' r i ii-.,. I.i,' it -1, .l11 h;a .' ,,'wer i:.'uei.r;alli to l iLarge'. .My conmissilon expires Aug.
. .,, -il. : it ;a- :.1 .lr.-j,-'tile "tl re tE'!'m hilav lioldl. ;:'a itire. and p. I
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11 h6 *"tCS ilt. I, e). bsae'- te IVel -* V',1 ,i'' It..r. i '4.i tl i~a
lj'- TkVY are' eatlirgutag thir sIl. '(Hk Il't i ..z .'t t! I
111111110" quite' a 't'i.ae eaall''jta taftt tif a2II4\a i

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in..ati ni. < ut-. bumrn-. bruissc. i f i f Iat el 11ra;t It -h*all b'.
e any awal all acli.' and pains '.| -a,,. ,4.i .l i etllit d ia l. 41i t fi,
i by W M. Johnson. ;.,' e,1 T, i, l,,l r- t I. ; aid illn a
foli'. i-\. t lih atiid dollars ita
Hurt W .r s Than the Razor. : t-Ii .iat l t ,he' il. l*e. t) r.llUii n ill th!.
I .. lr r-'1 r '. *0 :* : I \ t1r': I r -t':' i 11r i 4l 1'p, l .i o- .e'd of li s.i-'h
S "i ,! t 4.111 h 1-4i11'- ,i il ;1 l t- (lir t' S I lll
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a..* \. e* '. a i.b s. T li..

Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
agrlippi' ('ullgli- ar- dangerous. a-
freq'i'l tly di\il4 op' into p1i114 ii niol
Fole'a .'- li'y.v and Tar not onl.
i- lth' iouglh bIut hle'al> aand strfeiglKi
tlI h Itling, ..- lhat itao 4 r ills r,.
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Livery, Feed and Sale


Harness, Wagens, Suppkes

Davis & Oliver

Tuner and R-e-k2r

Egtimnateg Furnihela4 Promptly sad AM
Work Guaraanted.
Refere1,er**:, Addim:
J,.ew. *r n' ..la ian,,Co. GAINE8VILLE
l.hihl4l-ii & Batis FLA.

Breads, Cakes ad


Having rpaimd and renovoatml orw
Bakery, we ae mow prepared to give
you exerhent service. Have oar wa-
gon vtop at your door every morning.

R. T. clhafer, Prop. Phom 106

3---0=-- ADVERTISE ==0
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We Ask You

to take Cardul. or your female
trcubles, because we are wure
.11 help you. Remember that
tius great female remody-

tizA. Itr i2g4ttr.' eito thoeuzaadol
ct:. r soaau why not lo
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ST only bakin
Royal f
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I .iWewed and What oIs

t Nmm aof the City.

I eal ticket at Rutherford's

p tlalght and splendid ones
&iSaotr' Tbeatre.
IL left yesterday for a short
TI v to Micanopy.
i PlakIown has returned from
Sad other points.
i j* ty stall-fed Florida nieat-.
b8Mbt cats. J. G Harrold
i d attUeston piaid to ladies'
Sat Utberford's Restaurant.
Vt W. W. Hampton. lef: yesterday.
*gi em professional business.
i tote Electric The.atre tonight
I -eI beautiful picture-. On)ly

I L Boae and silre of K.ianalah:i:
I vsiton to the city ...Tie'rda
blI w jast returned from a short
M b Altacua.
&(L Feaster and sife of .Micanlop,.
M Mamg the visitors to the' city
S 0ilAW. They came o t.r in Mr.
loi's stomobil.
1 kt JLia Pinner and children if
M eA returned to their h(ou, \ ,
tl a ft bav.ing t tl, p. t
1111r1 b tVisiting th' t:il. ,i I .
B u ef of East (..tin \ ill,

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.M. (. Talor hlias rotiinred l lrn a
short eisit to Jacksonville.
Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
C C. Harville of High Siprings was
a visitor to the city .esterda...
Judge Syd L. Carter left yesterday
for a short business visit to Jackson-
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Fresh came of Star hans just ar
rileed-small family sizes. Order one
now from Saunders & Earle.
Plank's Chill Tonic in guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnaoo.
In future the Electric Theatre will
be open' on Tuesda). Thursday and
Saturda3l nights. itrice thie same-ten
(;et the- e.-t in Florida stall fed beef
-ve-r fine and equals the Western.
A ith tlihe ire servaline left out .1 (
I arrold.
Kit of fresh nmackere.l to oplen for
;oI|,e s trade nothing finer for your
-iinial.% morning Ibreakfast. Saunders
v Earl,
\\' T Che.-nut. the' merchant of Ar-
Sdoinl-t. was \i.iting his family here
,.-t* relay antd iioking after some busi-
i '-. 1iitti i -
Twenty pounds of granulated sugar
'for only $1- pecial price for today.
No goods charged and no 'phone or-
ders received. W. S. Dorsey & Co.
S% i- I -eI l i ltlit i i ,cI T t.rT.it t~ I '
.a -ic l: -l. alw a : I li.1ld *,0o l ilin'k w ith
hltr d:t-.- ;:;.l d, -- :rt. 1 Ri, l l illon
I.el ill c i a ,f l ,';~i ,-I .- I .L t lli ;ii1d
i ra t'. e I i l i< .'i, .1 i ru \tr, ;l<
C('.il'>ca c'ratl-;. -.awii n lat.. t il-
ple( hl ':ul -uiii. an.lt tire' our u ual
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(al grio%%'- r L t 11i- Ics k ykii r iO 'l r
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tt week the buying incentive was so strong

a our department was thronged all day

"th purchasers were enthusiastic over
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1 P' \llq .r of .oi.-1libe w I
itlIllit Ihi 'i % iitor- tIo the' tlly ) % ,t r
lay hI,- op< rate;. a ,awnsill nit ar that
Freh faiit grwoce ri and all lg,.-.
t.ibl-,' in l 'a'on cnn h e found with
I1- Phni,, n.ir ordert.. .arl 1 J (;
lairr loI
Conductior ('hai 'arter, of the High
|41'riig. C(itra runl. is laying off for
f* w Ila- ifnl taking a nmiuch 1,4-1
\ eq :e ",?t'
F',r S. Vi r V r porlitl< \.itI, t% S-, ;
'-i ea i i'' i n -* i ir I ft 1I1 i-l. nel-

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-1i:, W! I r Iu cl' \ .1 It;ia lf'or tl on
\\' -' M :,% il -tr.,-t
NMi- rae, It.alik rturiarid to hrli
:ionl ;it oc'atlai <',-trdlay :after hu'ing
-i'|nt thI- l|past fe'w days herI, lisitinig
iner ani.-i.r and Ilany friends.
The cleanest. brightest, funniest
pla on ilh I i' urket is '"Th, Missouri
Girl." which will be at the Itaird
Theatre Wednesday. March 24.
Mrs. J. J. Williams of Jacksonvillk
came' os-r to attend the funeral of
her aunt. Mrs. J. E. Wainwright. and
accompanied the party to Starke
I). W. Sumner of IAe' county ws in
thel city yesterday He is sulnrilntend-
*lit of schools and stopllwd over in
this (ity on a visit with Dr. Kelleh.
E Marcionny of Alachua was In
the city yesterday. He says the new
,'rick Jail for Alachua is nearing com-
plettion and pIresintl a neat aIplmar
o()nil tleilie nights in the week here-
:ifte.r ill there tIw exhibitions of mov-
,it pictitur,. at the Electric Theatre-
I'ute-day. Thursday and Saturday

A E: Miller of KEinston was in the
('ity ve.terday. li. is one' of the lead-
ing trnckers of that sq.ction and getner
ally niake s good on all the' crop. he
(Col I E. Webster. of the I Dultonl
I'I-phate'(l Companly. !.-ft tvstelrda>
lfr a trip of inil-e'tion through the
milling section controlled .1 this large
I 'ni* .in i
ilhl t forget .ou cannot see. moving
,lt'tiire,' an.v night. The Electric
I'h. ,'. w ill 1 01,, n onlv on Tu,--day.
't *.7 < 4 t r F. ; ... '1'e
<* lit ;>lnii-ioll
I amI offe'riigK .-,e eral standard imkvtes
tofl urighlit pliano.-' at bargaill priecr'
\hilv thi,' la-i I tcontinpllati ilg lu
;ig 1 iaoialei Im.' certain too glt hi"
S 1 \\ I. 111ll.
\. \o r can; tell l ie'n .otI'll izi.-li ;I
fi.g r or .-i;ff.r a (uti. trui.-.. burn or
* .,i tv. in- prepare.n Ir Thomas' Elec-
tri< oil 411 t.ilitlv relie'-ws the p.lill-
I|II kl\ cur,'-. tih, w toulld.
.1 .1 I|llurtn i I .la .k.-oi tille. is in the'
i *n hatlItvin orln"- O\Tr to arrange hi-
lti\ Ioii(l<, r- ainid gret 't |i. liiurli 'ro i.--
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S, ';' /, ,. i, l ,i ,;i. I n li. l, i l l .ouliii llo|l.>
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I II Alll.-on ani.l wife of .Mi('aanopi,
o'. re it. l ir'- io (;tainl 't ill,' ,.sterda.a
11" Allison .li.- IIT I.tiiailT Co('hni.tio a;t thlat lpiint, w hh'hi
.- cci.' o Ii 'n l.r~e -t oill 'rier III thla'-
- *I tic |C Of te(l S"I a'
Dr W" C .Inlin.-ion of .1Ikanoup. waaa
l. l ii h|- In lr. L.r ir o I l friendly iIn
II it C -I. t r i al II' H ',.a'- Iia' truck
, I .i. in'', \ 'I i lm.u \ w illi Ilie c( lb


frbe muu oti'ce for calling card

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WANTED--Mpessenger. Apply Tele-
graph office.


FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. Ap
ply 200 K. Liberty street.
FOR R iNT-Two cottages; close In.
Apply at Telegraph office.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
flve-room cottages In South Gaines-
ville. In front of Coffin Factory; city
water Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT riveuroom cottage on
block next to square; city sater,
electric lights, bath room and al'
modern conveniences. Apply at this


THOROUGHItRED Langshire eggs for
:-.I'. $1 for ~ettintg of '1.* (7 .1 M

FORt SAI.I: l'is rm)in hliu>-' in South
(;-til illh' hio t I2"21'2 .,_ ft ; con en-
it lit ,.irnii anid istal)l. -. Ap'pl. to
lirat mii A .ra. I'. 0. lo)x 2'71
F'Ot SAI.F -KKKF from thoroughllr..,I
W\Vtiti \V' alohtte.-. $1 '.io I r .- 4i
tixit. hi-_ lir 1- gr,'\t la; .-r- F II
C'r i. ill. : "ot W Main -str, t,. N
"(il \1LE -\\hit, .t, linrd r<-frig-
:t t.,r. ,olit oak e t- v. g ol as n w-, :
< ; : ts 1i" I pounds Mrs. I). C
\Vtarnir .*.,7 \" W Ma:in stre''t. North.

WANTE'I' Young printer of ordinary
\prin,,. who desires. to bt'tter
I .r in i ti Ih to act as gall.)y boy). sbet
h.;l.- distritute- and set t. iw oc(
c(;.sion1llh1 a;ind ilo gioiinral work a-
.A-r.|.'t;. l It o ftore-t;ian M u..t IeX
st-ail.\ iiiid of good habilt. Applyi
a t It ... ,
WANTED' .Mti> to li-arn bartl.r trade;
few ~e k required; Iwst paying
work within the reach of poor man,
ca' li :i%.- slop with small capital;
.ag,'.I train f $1 ti $2.1" w-ee'kly; won-
i,. rfil dIemiiand for barbtrs. Cata-
1.1u. i.itald fret- &Moler BIarber
('04ll. \hIlaM 'a. l(a

t14 II) 'M1A\. ithe c'lobrated ( rrina.an

.atii SIforIil & l>stvi% i ta.le- 1' T1 rnad
I. ,.,'d $10 leri e fe. 1 1 *

First National Bank
(IA INI.\'VII.I.i.. I- I 4 >il, 1 )A

Established Over Twenty Years
('a it tl. f l<< ,, N ,i.4 ) to l i 1 1,


....We Solicit Your Pt'siness....

Jat-. \ iriilli, I r -
% l.ir V. I'r.-

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--ANNOt'N('E AN ~Tl'hlIFI--


All beautiful useful and xorna-tal
warm. Nothing like finding the goode-
the hargainr., aed harplim, om cam t
now in China, Crockery, Glamwan mI
anything in Tablewam at still ow
,Ii>'e,. Comew and o ourelpant 1W1.
p e Dinnetr eS for $12; i a V I-ke
Nts for Had. w Lamps riH
down at rst ro-t. Your dollar will t
mon- this week than evr hwefo Ie wi y
,lepartmuet of our low. Call or 'pIMe
No. I.-best to Fcoe antid U e-yoau d
Ihe convinced.

Miss N. Norton

lWiWtia, BOosO StatiKM)

Suaiin Sheet PictiUM

amd Pctuii PrM 1.....

Protect TYr

Landed HNMaJ

The oily approved way to
(ho this is to secure a com-
plete Almtract of Title to
'acllh piece of land you
claiin, and see that the title
is perfect. A few dollars
spent this way will save you
many tines the amount in
cash and the satisfaction
that you get from the
knowledge that your titles
are clear is worth Imore than
the price.
Moral: lo inot worry abiaut
your title, but Iave an At,-
Ptrac't from
4< it a it il'-, Floricka

FOR SALEi-Coruer lot 100z126 feet
ou West Main St. Lourth and Boum
aary St. next to Jeff Kendrick
Wll sell at a bargain and on .'a"
terms Apply at Sun office.



ON- -- -


1 ,e 1l-\ ill. kiw!,.- 4- f of.ea'c hflicer au.! director of the Bank,
:114I vyou will always find a cordial welcome in
utir l.inlkiing roomils.

M;k i 1 ld.,ie Ii4ds>iC llmrt,.r--,\.ve .,mv' -
i le.'i ., ;ItTlJ'Ih It t :i ki (ke ir 1; i...." jil'.a; nt
;.i|, i.let";1ll1. to tholse wlho :Ili to see 11-.


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