Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01612
 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 21, 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: VID01612
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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SAVANNAH. Ga Metr, % i Thei
ea Island cotton market ruled |i ,tl
to dell with a niarric di iaaul ti l
past wee-k 'rice. i *.r, ii tihe-L g, il
To% the awek t4'i Ime' uld i t eiIKI 1.'lI
of the nalde-rati ( ri. e -ic r le me.
bipia u rts of uoii Ir Iiii i" i> >u he.iuhi
The actual unii ld itiik i. nii ,r)
hrae. about h.lf the lilpsp'riit e.l mk
be&I cittou he-ld )h extipori. riN ro.adl
llr shipmenl Of the re lsaiiei ei' lini




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a- GM In the
lim d h em- fte tob har
m Y J sml a the fel
gn aw m e lmr&dw o-

"f d g the ewer trm & him

o delteesive wor by James C8

a dI t. Waha the

Saimt ed Iat Wa wW as beo ay
,6 ot pa 8ae as g Jrpan-

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|1|~MbM hare writer whetherft
Ianl as w. o S lor ythe
Swl- a b aMllo t loerll
wa ft t wof a InIs &gack-t

do"ll e the s aeetDet .

tm- ef reegti l k amends C
-aigt a dilga cmoAed to hae"

j WO e a.as besisrday
i MW ft ,m wrthe o epan
am*W eb aamoM ther

w eb ewa ms ine, os.

wagend w. ockmed u to hae
we sbhe h d t. J

a argede worth Bohetherf
&M& gTamable wr s et. and

%MBag i av Pe of Hery oWtlry.
p aaro of tahepres aompnt yr
b" N wd at I stlePceiens

and e bed with iof theta

a package cosigned to Greentleaf &
CreoWy'ba branc tor at Miami was
checked abort between this city and
MIL Augustine. The package contain-
ed a bracelet G mde of diamoeds sad
mmw and was shipped to the Flor.
Ms Jewelry irm by H. Smith & Co.
of Mow Tork.
"Ineodlstely following the report
of the less of the package. Special
Aenmt Watts, whose headquarters are
I Iavannah. was called into the case.
He am. to this city and immediately
started working la conjunction with
the local detectives who bad been ad.
vised of the robbery by the express
EticlaIs l this city.
Sp**eal Agent Watts went to Miami
i started working from that end.
when he was called very suddenly
to Piebhurst, N. C.. to Investigate the
big robbery at that place. He went
to work on the Pinehurst case and
has suoeeded In recovering several
thousands of dollars worth of the
stolen Jewelry.
CAvwford and Caheen.
"Detectives Crawford and Cahoon
of the local police force did not stop
working oa the case when Officer
Watts was called to North Carolina.
and they kept a sharp lookout in all
of the pawn shops, thinking that por-
Uons of the handsome bracelet might
be pawned by the thief.
"Several days ago the local officer
learned that Henry F. ilijison. a
Southern Express Coniplty niesen
ger. bad recently had three hand-
some diamonds set in rings. The'
jeweler who did the work fir Hlli.-eon
visited the local store of the Green-
leaf & Crosby Co. and the descrip,
tion given of the stolen diamond. fit
ted exactly those that llinson had set-
In the three rings. Mr. Watts. the #ex
press officer. arrived in the city
Thursday and after consulting with
the local detectives, and putting to-
gether the chain of evidence, link by
link. It was decided to arrest Hinson
when be arrived In the city yesterday
On Another Charge.
"Shortly before Detective Crawford
and Special Agent Watts left police
headquarters yesterday morning to
meet the train from Wilcox. the run
on which Hinson has been working
for some time past. Chief Vinxant re,
celved a telegrasn front Wilcox re.
questing that Hlintson be arrested lin-
mediately upon his arital here- on a
charge of assault to murder ile is
alleged to have shot at the | m)staiiiste-r
at Wilcox Thursday night
"This telegram pila.ed right itoe4
the hand* of thi.e iffilc-r as it i si .,
them thi oppoirtilunlit to ai re..t hin

fA~c-tilie l 0* 4 1 tu ii1 iI t efId .-111 .I, I ,I- .,

It-%e0- 4 cci l sif .1'- -
F'stse'. i Fleenm P.mP e''i

hitch e t4;.4t .ieer g i 1 1 .4~
E fillue 4.-1aa- cci I -L V1.1

I"emec 4a& ~- aceel I"i.e
ttctie t,.& it ctici h-'i~m

ti tAh(l.lKi4 lieN -c

f the COttu i ls be-ing held aid 5i eit I t'i lnl-iand sliiirk.l n
St iae arkett It Ili c ,, .1i.t ti
leS for the week ere r li btlre I t.i. -:&x.i- i
The following price-* were baned iii Sit k6 i i





Sheriff Had Gone to Negro' House
and Demanded His Surrender.
Poss in Pursuit.

TALLAHA88EE. March 20.-Killed
by a desperate negro named Morrl.
son. whom he was trying to arrest
last night. the dead body of Sheriff
W. M. Langston lies at his home here
and the people are very indignant
over the crime committed.
The sheriff has only been in office
a few months. having succeeded
Charles Hopkins who was sheriff for
many years. The deceased was a
most faithful official and was highly
esteemed all over Leon county.
Sheriff Langston and his deputy. T.
Haws. went to Morriston's house at
Spring Hill. a village near here. and
called on him to surrender, when
Morrison fired a shotgun loaded with
buckshot into the sheriffs stomach.
killing hinm almost instantly.


Reprtd That Parties Aswering Descriptl

Iluppers and Victi Seen n Clevelamn.

SHARtII. Pa.. March 20.-Frank H.
Buhl. the millionaire uncle of William
Whitlla. e 8-year-old son of Attorney
James P. Whitla of this city. who was
kidnapped yesterday morning from
school Und taken away by his ah-
ductors In a buggy, left on the 7:30
o'clocki train last night for Cleveland.
It ha" been reported from that city
that two men and a boy answering
the dpt-ription of the kidnappers and
thettvictim have been seen there. con-
sequently the supposlition is that Mr.
BuM hhag received word which makes
him believe his nephew is in Cleve-
land. or that vicinity. The buggy In
which the child was taken from this
place was located at Warren. Ohio.
and as the Cleveland pawers were
among those s1wcifled in which the
demand for the- kidnapiwrwr for a
Si.INtIM r in-om should hie an, swered

should the letter he made public r
shown to detectives. according to re.
ports here.

A squad of State
reached here yesterday)
the search for the boy.

to assist n

A Chicago Clew.
('CHICA(;O. March 2, A clew tht
two men and a boy answering the de.
scription of Williani Whitla. the Sh.
ron. Pa boy who was kidnapped yes.
terday. had tbeen seen on a Pe&.
sylvania trains hoeid for Chicago vw
given to the powlce yesterday after,
noon hby I. II. Jac is-rsonal friend of tthe Whitla family.
A detective was at once- sent to the
union pa.sen -te-r de-.Iot to watch the
inion:inig trains-

Arrested In Cleveland.

The negro. after his deadly work. seems I it Indicate. that dite e.olln nt.- t ('I :I.A .I.. .Mri.h r -,'- an
made his escape and a posse- is now will cei:ter about the lake- citi. .Ie. E AND..r ct- r-ttsi t One
making diligent search for the lollun- Mr. W;itla. the fnthe-r of tlie iti -oi the- kiiapOe r- ef ti.,c. 1Whitia of
drel. The shooting created great ex- ing lmvy. was away from his office. f)r h'irs I'a t atrr--l lie-r) at le
cite me tit. a i E t, ,-e*'rd*a ,t td re.iurneid Il ,, 'Ielo.c k la it night It is r.i.orted that
th .- aft..r:'o, h.-i,|att.er d with nill
"t rhre i ,l .1 has dic i uild th h- w hi r-aoeuts of
'son on one charge and investigated :>s if he. had lee.-n drit iit r o\ the other while he was held a prison- ','iitr' r e-it, ifr. haid nothiilm had ti, il, I.e, i i le d
er at police' headquarters. ,i aniit fld re-garding the' Imo or his i ,d
Placed Under Arrest. ('altr --
The l:iaw. r i iil his clo-e frie'.ltnd
*"When the train from Wilcox air- and at. iT ot- i:i he' kic]lii,, i' To Hunt In Cleveland.
rived it was m itv? ht C ra wforl Ii.:.i
rive a.d it was: m iy asfor1 ..: ,.;is:gatiton re-fui..- to Kle' ouet for puh- ('I.EIVELAND) March '*,- -Frank
Watts. anid iinis n was It fr in e t at ,l ation a lettr r.c-led from ti,. Ihil the i- iliion ir u 1, of Will
he -as under arrest He'rac t.'IItoll
lie a d r arre-.s a k Il ,i ,kidnal, ..r.-.. It is sl|id. lisA e.r. that hitin arrit ld h, r. I.-ti night rI m
what c(hur,,.i. aid 1.' c v.. ii.fI.. It lle-ic r conth:jiiei,-d '.(in t. trking Sharon nld ln n I i li t 1.a, \ ":-ini- d
.:i'.-a lt to murder. ;te.tlinces ill addition to t1i' e' li.'l|.' charnie o(f the limit fr 1t'i ii.lbew.
"The rilsonie'r rt re.|lie.-fi.d thle a hlic ( l.d reOmark is "our l Accompanied hc dti.citi .- and Clekt
he- le- alle d 1 Ri oi h i hie ,i.erce'ltihillities are- asi kee-.n as. iour-, Ikughe-rt" the de. i.rti* l in i aut
I,,2 ', W st .Monr.; i ti. l...t ,l d w hate. r:ins to help i It t obile I- ;i c a llii lltl. lic, off it
ne' wante-d to leavo- his rii it tlhl ,hr.e atet,,ied in tait de,.th t, th,. ,s" e..,.r,
house. This was re.fiiued hi ii *- t.
next a sked that he i..' ullo i -l to tild
home some neotil-d clothe's and thi. O G o
reqst., t(). wa. d, nie-d hit D id ood
"lie a as lliaced o- ia it.tre.et carI
and guarded lby the officers was take-ii
to the superintenide-nit's office of the-
Southern Express Company %While.
on the street car he asked that l. he e
allowed to open his hag. ibut this llwa
not allowed. He then made an at-
tempt to opln the grip against the HRONSON. March 2. *4Circuit their failure- toi 1o s .-o as quite a
wishes of the officers, but he was court for the- Eighih Judticiajl circuit surpri.~-. es.| e'i.ll\ to iti. itiznl dof
kept from so doing. shich has t l.en in s ... l e ., .. i* Itroiinis i lii-r thii- oa Crflih 1(11

Had Big Revolver.
"There would e.identbl have- e-eun
trouble on the- sttree-t car had hiin .,on
gotten into his grip. for 'wheii it wa.-<
unlihwked b the officers, itn the office
of the' expre-sae company it %was found
that a larget pisiol la ion lop of hit.
hmii ge' of clothing Tih lii:1i le .
Ilk,-il realized thai t lieh t.i-. g% oiin tio
g(-I( caughtil upi with in t l r eltl,.-r%
ni lla tlrt .a l l th cffi 1 :i'. '.I" t e1,
,ii l Sig l1e h t f ,'iit h,1t i. 'd i,1 ir ile 1
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w-e'k ha.- adjourned for the term A
niunsmtr of 'ca..es. oth cl il and crimi

final. were disposed of In fact. the
dock-kt was ira.tli a.ll. clc-are.-l N\-.
er ha.- the-r.- It-ni a more hu-silnic
Kraind jur' iinpanli ed In I \ <-ousitv
thali the- onti, lich ha.s -, .re d at isi-
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XXVI. NO. 37

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Island Cotton Dull

and Quiet in Savannah

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NMI* "t eod Vte Sat r-

se. li Contest.

w I the pitao coateet Sat-
L W e el"dM for Miss Do-
edW Cothwrimne Halle.
l i the standing of th.


S D. Feaster Happily United.
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In t!h-* twn. In' *; a <, 01 ,* : ,f. r-
Inlg oif t*he i nli;. .i 0 tI l t* I.itn 1
funny f.:r<- (. "Tl;h' .IMl-iry
Widowers." delighted a fnir-sizd audi.
ence. and all acre kept in a state of
laughter during the ciit:re run of the
play. Harry Gill. rt aul lDick Thomas'

*a ett.......44,545 played the "Merry Widesers." nd
Me ..... au4t.1 were creditabtly UP'iported. There art'

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so "dead ones" In the Wills troupe.
As at previous performances, each
appearance of Miss a.lla Warner Davis
est night was a signal for applause.
he has a voice that is both powerful
saI sweet. pad In the rendition of
a amber of classical selections was
simply Inimitable. Those who failed
.o her her missed a treat.

1.41C "The Missluri Girl."
6.45 The Thomasville (Ga.) Times-Enter-
N.2"0 prire says:
l.40 "The comedy drama, 'The Missouri
,41G0 irl' was presented at Thompson's Op-
41. era House la'*t night to a fairl' large
6," alilence. The play was full of comic
& seeme and abounded In the ludicrous
0 aitnaUtions of a Reuben coming to town.
4 The plot. while dealing in some parts
43N with melodrama. In almost entirely
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tin_. hepurm, kfla
,. 0 -.. hos e athbor of s-
Wm: "For several years
w"i e Mwy troUMble and
0100r I was sgd ly stlickem
Ss mr pai n my kidmys e ad
d hte oed eight day unable
gi o p witht aheta~tsee. My
Amd a tahih white sedi-
ad pssed ae frequently
aI ilI. I aetI taking
wUber Remedy. and the pali
aIei Wad WGHly ceaoed
My agh bosoms ormal. I cbeer-
1 AMM t Oisy'*s Kidney Rem-
J. W. m e-aim a Cal

bi vm the SmiePUAm

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r sroi 11I' P" I -I' r 11.1.1

;ii ltIt#-e iii ti'. 1hai% ~liff ci- fit ~
sewo..Mc .1r ir.iar. l':aif

The hall midicist sOr, i' a 1.-I.1,1
1%. de-fi .atavd wit h cut it slA", I .. w

v .itrgreie -, hile ti e' paiiri r v '
was lthi 'co'eI of tihe (ea. '11i11
art isticalls d ,coraterid v lth .1, .
ferns. trailing% isnes anid I'ittd(! |'i
I'romptly at 1I.2 o 'h-xk. t t
strains of Mendel-ohuiPi's \VWeddi|ing
March. played by M!r-. .inumes Simon
ton. the bridal part. defscr.nd.ed th,
stairs. crossing into ihe parlor. where
they passed down aln aisle made of
white ribbon to an imnirovided altar.
which was a ierf'ect hower of palmx.
ferns and calah lilies.
First came the little ribbon hbearers.
Miss Sue Feaster Moore of Ocala.
Fla.. with Master Hlernice Feaster of
Micanopy. followed by the bride-
maids. Miss tlcille .Moore of Of.-la.
Fla.. arid .Miss Lucve Ford of Lyni.ch
burg. Va.. nieces of the hride..
Then came the the groom with his
best man. Mr. Allen lIricges of Ocala.
and the matron of honor. Mrs Allen
Wheeler itridges. niece of the bride.
She was followed by the bride-. who
joined the groom at the altar, where
a nmost impressive' ceremony a,< I'Tr-
The bride wore a handsome travel-
Ing gown of wisteria (cloth and car-
ried an exquisite bhunch of blride'\
roses The mlatron of honor w-or' :r
exqui Imed in hilay Irish lace, ('iffioii atil
In-arls. and carried a lqiiet ot aPigik
carnations and asparaguii frzius
Miss .Moore. was lt'onmiiii ll' ir,
e'd int whit,' ne,.>-s lln,. ie. nin irtn >t '
:tinl c-irried a loeliin-t of I'li, a
fe'rii.. i iile .Mi.-.- Ford wiia- l i aitii
full n ti lln ini apple tgre Ii Iir, -;i
lin'. trinmnnid in Isa.-enan';ir\ r ii

%tcrN ewl iin. and carrild a Allmui.r lit)-

do The' groom aauxd hIk e- fImaii iort

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,~'/' Mr E' A ilickscemI, i'l- a jmraa vii,.-i~t
4itizo-nt Elit .;ikU ('it%. A iot !~.,- e lit ido.'

itlr Cidi -f li of icm.1,'li01

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SA E A MO D,.tildeg nI, foi. o--ll Ile ai i it\ .leo

As "Casy," n tne"Missuri Grl." '0114lia'itfe-kde-:w i. r rit. .

ctiifuid o te.~ 44i.1,td i It'% 4td A ~ ~ lItitg h e NIAs I I I1aI r, to r11 A l tI
the' i01c1viut-4 h# :it, t-t he-1 ...l'i elittle
I~~~~~~~~~~~ -'' 411'te aa~r' i la~er Te Kte'-t. i et- tan l,- 1r1d-i!to
he~ rpa tatil ai -el Il' liiI' i a'r't g itfil .1- lu I( N1 .r I- I' l. I.r
tth'Zt itil l'ei~lie'friii li. a~~ia'le I eltseh aal141. N tl ill('ra .";./in t -. cas.I'
NI 1-s 'ciA aci, ~ h *tt- l.era .if- I.' (I'l \1 ir, Th 1 r-;. Ili 'I 4 N4 I ice~i
itit'if otI41i -'lirt.l :- ;Oa I ciciiiiiitlr- Lr'i-I
lb. z.. Aad t Atid 4 11.,' RAY ON tif .4 Nr I Ia hut.1i. I'all 4lr (4 I ilk

Ars -Cale Aisy, intj e~ue'';.cI i Gtt' ~ .1 i ~~ itrl.." i (A\' aIl- I iiIt,- I idi
ru ~ntci toie ieelt- tutaiii a ndi *s D iti! -t' and lilg. till Mii. hi' t i v Motion ill

fo t. nc tissta~lt ( rl 'A ll alt-i'e r fti~r III" i Il"'Ch Toot r oa Ill,.iia "\- I#I-
thir a rcl 2ts m i 'r lilt.. hills-ea tj 75 i. lig tf l ,Wlt .Jt'i *. .0 I.% r

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pily i'o E. Lltb.rty street.
HMlt IET"-Two ('lvottagi.-; clo. In
Appl. at Tule'ilra;ph office..
FOR RENT-One six flve-roomi cottages in South Gaine.-
ville. In front of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this

THOROUl'GIIREI) Langshire eggs for
sale; $1 for setting of 15. C. J. Mix-

FOR SALE-Very prolific variety Sea
Island cotton seed direct from is-
larnld of South Carolina .It C('hts-
mnt. Ito.\ "4 C. City.
FOR SAI.K-Five- r(on house in South
<(;aihi..-. ill. loit :.62.;4l: 1 ft : con e'n-
i-lnt lharn and stabl.-s. Apply to
iraston .A r;i. I'. (. Ilox T273.
F()R SALEI-KKKg from thoroughbred
\'hiit W .andlotti $1 ..lo p -r .t
tin li s tir.l- r. t la. .r-. F II
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A Tale of Joy. Sorrow and Amie
ment of Simple Country Felia!
Handsomely Staged!
Cleverly Portr"Ip!
A Score of Original Musical pro
tures and Bright Up-to-ODat

C&M Ma La*h 9t

"ZEKE" ad "D3AV

Prices 25. 50 and 75 Cents. geft
on Sale at Miller's Monday.

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East Florida TelepMOOD
The Lwq-0Dst2iiceSOW

AeYOil of tho miunloer
Who -Irv a;iraill Ithat
i, oullit. 414feCt ill

11.t fmp. allre-d

as they who WAN at U

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wmo TT frO MAYOR.
unO Mae Nomination* for All
swea s e Pilled at the

Ogamiw Ilection.

S ta o Citilen'1 Ie,'agu" held an
___._ fleeting at Ris4ing Sun hall
I 3S evening. at which the'y
>a tam full ticket for all of the'
l be filled at the coming mu-

was chosen chairman and
Corl"a secretary. The nomi
.Mg ittee recommended the
e ticket, which was ratified

I S. J. Burnett.
nal.C. C. Warren.
&W a Treasurer, J. M. Dell.
111 u0orf. W. M. lBradford.
e: etor. T. 11. Ellis.
tM .: E. E. Cannon. T. W.
B B. B. Saunders and R. IB.

lgtr Board Public Works. Dr.

S e* eveMt that 8. J. Iurnett ac-
M ft nomination for mayor. J.
zgi a waM named to fill his unex-
Smi ias alderman.
b Ib mother faction among the
UM people and it is generally
go do there are never less than
V tm at more of these organisza-
"1, T.e solid vote of either would
a my contest and their votes
Sbe eagerly sought for by the
f -s who have opposition.


I i SevI eee Will Be Held at All
Plaem of Worship.
Brtime will be observed at the
ins churdles of the city today as
tat Presbyterian Church. Rev. T.
P. Iay-1O:30 a. m., morning serv-
g, so;ject, "God, Our Salvation."
tadl school 3:30 p. m.; topic. "Re-
*." Evening service 7:30 p. m.;
K "Preedom..
fta Bptist Church. Rev. 8. B.
e-- aay school 9:30 a. m.
ling 10:30 a. m.; subject, "The
bn ULae of Prayer." Junior
1n 3:30 and Senlor Union 6:30
IL Preaching 7:30 p. m.; subject.
Il Iewerw o Humility.' The pastor
i* etM at Rocky Point at 3

*ey Trialty Church. Rev. F. H.
i--1esrtmnh Sunday in Lent.
Communion 7 a. m.; morning
IMr and senron 10:30 a. m.; Sun-
f Whool, 3:30 p. m.; evening prayer
Ol sums 7:10 p. m. The Lenton
lsIM this week will be as follows:
-t 4 p. m., Tuesday 4 p m.. Wed-
Oai 7 aad 9 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
i Ib the Peast of the Annuncia-
0 a-d the early service will be the
610I corporate communion of 8t
7ts Oulld. Corporation class will
S ulMMat4 p. m; Thursday 4 1 m.;
mt tI a and 4 p m.
dMvt Christian Church. Elder J.
T. JOkasoI-Preaching at 11 a m
IM 7:3 p. m. Subject for miorn.-
19. "A Race for Life." At night the
bjNeet will be the answering of a
t question: "Why did God conl
the first man. Adam. for an act-t
h hretknew he would do" Itl,-
at close of eirnlionl lund .
5l u at 1o a m
Ig Methodist ('hurh It. t F It
al1ls. sunday schooll ;. ::,, a i
lt t I r. ,. t a 9 ial : ;, ,
a.; Leag ,, ni.'-e'tiin at :2' j i t li
k Patrick' C h('ltt Ic'thurt h. .It,
J.l ch-.Mas ill b.. .h.| at to,
SI Devotion of the Holy Itusary at

Children's Meeting.
nli* regular Ih1 ,, .t,, t, h., ('Il
dlt( O Brlad,. ,,, o t, 1, .,,,.I| ,
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The Famous





It spreads ludIor' u' vily aind
smIRmtlltr 111(1 jgoes 5farthecr
thanl other lorand-4.

-Wears Longer

off .

will not crack or peel
Use i by tile '. S.

Government on
battleships, etc.


The Lead with

the Spread


The Grand Event.
The great spring opening of fine
millinery and ready-to-wear goods of
the G. W. Hyde Company will occur
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursd:.. of
this we k. accompanied with a great
white goods and embroidery sale. It
will probably be iht greatest event of
the aind ever known in this secti-n.
Tl'oiw.a'inds will visit the palatia?T -tore
fluri'i', this sale. tfor it is the ..nte t
that ia'l have been waiting for. Like'
ti-. great grey hounds of the oDeani.
this naerchandise place will set sail to
surjpa-s all previous efforts, and there
as no question of success. Every en-
ergy will be put forth to make past
efforts look like they were standing
still a, compared with the giKantic
-trides that thf- store witl obtain ev-
ery day from this time on. Watch
I; i l.v(;. Cj'pntpny grrow uiai do not
miss this week's notable event.

Epworth League Program.
Following is the program as arrang-
ed for the meeting of the Epworth
League of the M. E. church for to-
day. March 21:
Subject. "The Moslem World."
1. Hymn. "Praise the Savior. All
Ye Nations "
2. Lesson, Gal. 1. 15-17.
3. Hymn,. "Hark the Song of Ju-

4. A map talk showing the spread
of Islam
5. A short history of Mohammed.

6. IDescribe the Koran.
7. Points of reselmblance b.'t
islam and Christianity.
Points of Contrast
t.. Efforts of those' religions.
Io. Select readings.
11. Inmpi.rtance of Mi..siont.
12. P'ra.%\.r
1;. H\i n l *l Zio4i. Ha.'t*
Minion nlish i i.ullling "
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Good Liniment.
11*411 'A l111111t 3 W HO %% ailt. Ii. f, ore-
%m f~a inda a lort-1.iratiit 999 ttit I!, oc"via I
fio muscuiilar andiiia -" l.991199*1 3, 3('ior
fa. cr iaU'Clll ajlf l and11.iri ie IIfc
11111- ,11 *ee'- 1Lli- .uct-.l 'tk fther
laws- ,I toek .awlalc l d, -p. Ia tt'. 41dic Ii h ilC i

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Card of Thanksi.

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Unless Demand Requires. Will Defer
Work Until Above Time.
Pickett Also to Build.

F" Itaird. who ouns th,- oi ra
hoti-.,' iad dhi |tarn-m i propertyV, is to
Imild on the, rear of these' lots the
romiTng fall. which will fill this blhck
tip all airouind with large' and conin mm-
dious uIildins..

to you in



is just a short talk which we hope will be of interest and blW
selecting the tonic and blood purifier that will be of the gran


spent at this store.
Following is the tabulated score up
to last night:
Miss Dorian Ellis (Band) .....106.475
High School ................. 114.80
Capt. Alvarezs ............... 73.805
Mamie Cannon ................ 12.95
Salle tlevillhe ....... ...... .5.690
Miss Shands ................. 3.490
Anita Groff. Newberry........ 2.400
Mary Fernandez ............. 400
J. W. Gleason ............... 17
Flossie Graves ........... .....12
Emma Lee Hudson ........... 10

Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user and friend
of Chanih'rlain's Cough Remedy, but
nie-.r in nmy life have I realized Its
true ;alue until now." writes Prof H.
A llow'll. of How1ell's American
Sc4-h1 l, l.iatana. Cuba. "On there night
of F. -hr.ary ::rd our baby was take.i
ilck Athi a ,,.r ,** ct. re 'old; 114. l1t.xt
(1,i1 w~-a, ,;-0 .141l the' followinK night
I- e'n ait, Ai w.t- ild .peratt' lie could
lit ]i.-' fipwii tiald it % a. Ine-Ce's.ary to
,..1 ,' iii iii tili ari.n, t \,ry iImom ent.
ni- *I, thia. hil tIre- tlhlinK was difficult
I cl| ii at It u.k h wou' l.lc11 \ uniil
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1 iis Coupon may I.e cat at The Sun office or at either of the 4oeor e
norted withthe contat. NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 1, IS

You Can Be Carried Awa

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to fI

I U~i-ess or social duties to such all extent as

rge t 3 our olligations to your family ill th I matter
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111, takut.il tee liberty of

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i.' lhas all along corintemplated may est value to you this Spring.
in, these improved. ents since coming That this is the most trying of all seasons on the health is a si
onlt recently has he decided j. but well known to us all. It is the time of year when our consAitutlons a

when he would have the work done. required to stand the greatest strain, and unless properly cared hr
and now he is contemplating putting foundation is often laid for physical disorders or disease later om. I
up one-story structures that can be great majority of persons are fast coming to realize the imporml 4
added to as the demand requires. preventing disease. Health is our most valued possenaon, d I
I'nless business conditions demand. preservation is a matter which vitally concerns every one.
he proposes not to make these Im- Most persons, even those who are ordinarily strong and r
Improvements until the Government feel the ncccssity of a tonic and blood purifier at this season. SI
building is far advanced and bus- have no particular ailment, but are weak, debitaed ad rm-d a
ness starts in that direction, but The Winter life, with its decreased amount of out-door 0frda
should he be successful In entering
nto contract with any one he will the fact that the cold weather has kept the pore of tihe d
have the building or buildings erected prevented the usual necessary amount of refuse d wa
to be ready just as soon as they are being carried out of the system. These impurities eNtering _e
wanted. laton have weakened and thinned lie Wood, and die v
H. A. Pickett. who also owns prop- therefore lacking in the nourishing properties I
erty in that section, is now cortem- and preserve systemic health, when warm, active S aMr
plating building with brick at a very The general bodily weakness, tired, worn-ast feeJi m
early date, and with the postofftce. title, poor digestion, etc., show how weak and an mei bheMMd
land office, and U. S. court all in that become. Frequently skin diseases, pimples, erupdos, b 0ol, e.,
section it is sure to start business out on the skin, and this is evidence of the impurity of the 1cir iu
off the square. No more valuable S. S. S. Is the medicine needed to correct this cOmdiao, and isb
property is to be found than that only one on which you can rely to supply the system wMl ie be *
leading to the public building. eects, and at the same time thoroughly purity the blood. The -
S. S. S. at this time may save you from a long ~e of kassiM
URKHIM s PIANO CONTEST. will certainly prepare you for the strain of the l ongb hot S

High School Makes Big Gain Over Many people have put off using
the Band. a tonic until the system became
so weakened it could not resist
The High Shool demonstrated theirS S S
strength in the contest last week bydis and hve paid for the
passing the candidate for the band neglect with a spell of fever, g
and now has a lead of 8.205. If the malaria, or some other trouble.
hand boys desire to win this Instru- S. S. S. is Nature's ideal tonic UAI R IA T I S
ment they will certainly have to show and blood purifier, made en-
some interest In the matter and not tirely of the pure extracts of PURELY
depend upon their candidate carrying healing, strengthening, health-
the whole load. giving roots and herbs. It tones
Friends of the High School are up the stomach and digestion,
now rallying to that Institution. and rids one of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves t e ppftin l
it looks as if they would receive the tion, and in every way contributes to the strenglhen lg i l
piano, although the contest is young up of the entire system. S. S. S. is recognized everywh Ie|- a
and you cannot tell Just which way .
the handyou e pr will which way greatest of all blood puriers, and this combed with hi a i
Get busy. work for your choice, and tonic properties, make it a medicine needed by every o i ein
remember that you get a vote oa all S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores.
bills paid. as well as all cash that is T=B T PWI fC 006P -

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Atfemoeyf er COmvel d Men File Mo
tIe tr Nw Triall Md DO-
fodaete Released4 on ail.

NAERVILUW Teas.. -March 20)-
T Jhe ry I the (ooper-hsrpe case
Ir the murder of ex-Senator (sr-
mk reteuead a verdict of guilty of
.* &4 i t" moomd degr *as to
0. omr mad hblo with sentece
of twsty yrn lnpoapioment. and

OM Mls th ems vWtetaed meu at
m u mae a m timtor a now trial
Mdl Judo iht imd the prison-

a M

Sw w ee us the Wust Ad1
Pn Sa strag6get 3
bbuIs 4911WW=01,Iyew.
Mhe MAbethl Weedward, a at-
- z a r~i nm lady of Jacksoek llte
so49 = 8 t o6 Mr. C. 8.

If. IL Or.. Um.C.aC. Oic
ad Men P -alo wiamieft WaS
"ftt W end "Yasmthegusets
A T, a. i !N iM r,. Mrs. C. A.

so. I. J. of*^i

-& fIL eaw returned to ber home

U Is W ho ni g, eMterday
hi br d his earn pised

Mad &- D rtO k tak ai
W4 remeid Vtwk
S p am m ar m eUts them .m

S"imt ar o l .bu ? hea.

myl~tl, Omnl aid -< uop- far p o
o am- wa. alW. M V sma k 0of
Mi O el ar stedaof nteaby V. lVa.
I lbeente earet aad Miss r Ime

| n lil -a ye u4 emabft
d i" r her hbem via JSalvce.-
It r o shem W apend a w days-
Sara, Mrs F. J. mrage She.
o b As alar er fOt Jl dge Il5 oclrd
yof y mlo a~llaed be depart
SltMlm at tU oer oe Wti t JMain
wm w" 0"d l d oat The for thel

9 u to e all over *d
Per Dw is a eorthe prSie.
N lt loSl heat*prk by the sem h
as esse totter. rh o.. and bar-.
be s' ar i harer by as in-
t Iftl ad smarting, which o(-
te mashM 1e a budes mMd disturbs
lshp aMd retL. QulAk relef may be
hbd by appIyGsg Chamberlain's Balve.
It allaysdi the itch ag od smarting al.
um km"Stly. Maay Cases have
be@0 SUrd by its se. For sale by
am druggists.
Eariy Merming Fire.
An alarm from ox 62 at o'clock
yesterday morning called the depart-
meat to the old and dilapidated
b uildine at the corner of West Main
sad LASSiter streets. The building
OU Asho" to be ablaze all over and
VOS soSOMpled at the time it burned.
It was owned by 81 Harris and the
leher in I was worth prcba!l$ '.I.
IUis the general supposition that it
was set from a spark by the early


OSmer O N ano Sao"to besse 68.1
Deals Ts eat.

Fifth ent a Month
A small bottle of Scott's
Bilm My cents wE
- a ya month-s fewdrops
I It bottles each te Ift fed
'fs a mg otby for so Ie
a wturni of hsM ad comfort.

S t's Emulsion

A-02od a
o rislament; Scott'S

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C. A. de Polx a prominent naval
architect of New York who has been
spending the winter at the Sanitarium,
left for hia home a day or two since
very much improved in health. Mr. de
Poxs expects to return to the Sanul
tartum agala mext winter.
The City Council have finished hard-
mrfaelan the streets leading around
the Snaltarlum. This work is very
meuh appreciated by all who have oe-
esi to, use thee street and is a
decided Jmprovement to the city.
Mism Batelle Beal, a surgical pa-
tikt under the care of Dr. McKlnstry,
is improving rapidly.
The sad death of Mrs. Wainwright.
who was removed to the Sanitarium
la the hope that a surgical qperatlon
might save her, was deeply regretted
by all. Every effort to relieve her
failed, and she died the day following
her admission to the Sanitarium.
Miss iadse Mansell. oe of the
faithbl nurse, will pay a visit to her
relative* at Starke and take a short.

Dr. I. N. Liell. the well-known
MUrMN of Jabeaoville. was a visitor
to the tsltarlam Thursday, having
bees called over to see Mrs. Wain-
The aMAy friends of W. L. Bald-
wi will be sl d Mknow that he re-
maiws gte omfortabie, eavderi
his extreme ag. Nr. Baldwin is now
ever years of age. He is entirely
helpless. but his mind remains clear
mad he does ot ler...
Through the attractive pamplets
I which the atartiums la ending
thromhout the eoutry in rwPM"
to inquiries Galtseslle is recolulh.
MM very effective advertisaing. A-
Me who would cwr to mad somef t
thee pamiblets to friends or Invalids
a the North will be supplied with
them by applyla to the medical dl-
rector. Dr. Hodges. e

New Method of Reducing Pat.
A noew Item from Paris informs us
that the American method of produc-
nl a slim. trim flure. is meeting
with astonishing success. This system.
which has made such a wonderful im-
pression over there, must be the Mar-
mola Prescription Tablet method of
reducing fat. It Is safe to say that
we have nothing better for this pur-
pose in this country. Anything that
will reduce the excess flesh a pound
a day without Injury to the stomach.
the causing of wrinkle. the help of
exercising or dieting, or lnterferenc't
with one i niaale is a might> Import-
ant and useful addition to ciiliza
tion's necessatie. Just su-ch a cata-
logue of good re-ults houas r. follow
the use of these pleasant, harmless
and economical little fat reducers We\
say economical. because Marmuola Pre-
scription Tablets niade in a'ccordanic-'.
wlth the famoun lr' pr.irliption Can e I-
obtained oif aan druKgilt tor li< mIaiaak
ers. the MIarmniol.a ('Co Ihtrt Mich
for '-\a htich ic del&dcidel-i *' 'c aliriltal ri .
c nllnll.drllaitg at. t illllaum l. r I lt.i. t1



(Continued from Paxe One 1

leroy lher.
"Mrs. IHinson. according to th,' ,ffit
cer'r. refused to allow them ti t ,' i
tli,. house iand he, ran pils.tair iel(
iltt,'mjpte'd to close the d oi r to li ;
ro omN S Plnl Agent %Va'ts f.,llie,.cd
her tap the stairs and feorc.-ld th.- T r
opi*n I-for,- it %as looked.
"As he' did o he says he n I
.M r.s liinson placing sone'thiK it, ,,*
froni of her shirt wal.'t. ik i, *
Crawford and Agent Watts talked thb.
matter over while at the house and
Hinson's brother was called into con-
sultation with the officers.
"The officers Informed Hlinson that
his brother had not been arrested on
a charge of larceny, and such was the
case. as be was docketed at polled
headquarters on a charge itsan lt
to murder. However the c! ... ;e *as
later changed to that of larceny.
"Mrs HIn.on was Informed that her
husband had said that the fourth dia-
mond was at his home. and after keep-
ing the officers waiting for some time.
she finally consented to produce the
diamond. She was then informed
that the bracelet, containing four
emeralds, valued at $500 each. and
many small diamonds, was wanted
by the police. After some hesitation
she produced the bracelet, and it was
not necessary for the officers to con-
tinue their seareh. The $5.000 In
Jewelry was now in possession of the
officers, and when they returned to
police headquarters Special Agent
Watts swore out a county warrant
charging Hlnson with the theft 'of the

Has Money in Bank.
"When Hinsom was searched at po-
lice headquarters $24.60 In cash, and
several letters and a bank book were
taken from him. The bank book
shows that he has a balance of over
$700 In the National Bank of Jack-
sonville. A $200 deposit was made
only a few days ago.
"Special Agent Watts says the ex-
press package was checked short by
the messenger who was on the run
between this city and Miami, the
package being missed shortly after
the train left here.
"The package was delivered to the
East Coast messenger In the check
room at the union depot, this city.
and Special Agent Watts ia of the
opinkoM that after the East Coamt me*-
seager signed for the paeagee It was
dipped away by Hinson. who was lan
t room at the Utime checking up his
rAlfto Wilcox. The East Coast mes-
sengersA who leave on the afternoon
trains and the Wilcox messengers are
generally In the check room together.
according to the express officials.
"The prisoner has been in the serv-
ice of the Southern Express Com-
pany for the past four years. and up
to the present time he had never been
suspected of any wrongdoing "

Gainesville, Florida.
Dear Sir: You are to paint Mr
---'s house for $1- We won't
tell your private affairs no matter
what flgures-it's a fair price.
What paint'll you yvoiHe''
We're thinking of one,. all paint anid
as strong as a paint c;'an le. It'll take.
atbut 1.' Kgallonle. $7' for ilaint and
Another, half paint: it II take- ab,,iit
:, Kagaion s of that $1.'-,, for paint and
The least gallonis paint, of (cour'
%Mill sear a I,,lo tivi .- he t th r i-
good' w .;It' at lah t= l." 'C,-
bI a 1t cost. let- t i4 il
It ,'l 't .' rI t r. I l.c I i t I I t- a th.eai
it, d ,- c '-tla |i Jole .ltil II .4 lInc li, .1 ihi
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Gainesv, ile Pople Must Recognize
and Heed It.
KilKn, .f ill- c !nc', ,'|ail. al\ ll\ .-l
riia l aI
olnt ilaitur'r ;aIw.1i wa.ir MI

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A Pleasant Physle.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial. They are mild
and gentle in their action and always
produce a pleasant cathartic effect.
Call at any drug store for a sample.








.\ If there are e ttlings ;a:ni' s-. t niiin t.
I'a.'--aK,' frequent t t. zi('l titt .1 ,;inifol
It tii '- then tu u,.. ltat Ki ll. K. ii '
I'ill l.
Ti% wtarl iff Itright's di-a .-i' or di.
kImiani's have' done, Kgreat work in thit
lh( a lit %.'
Mr.-. J. 1.. Warren of Starke,. Fl:i
sa ": For .so i's t im I w .as a% ictini o)f
kidney trouble. The' kidney . Se-r, too frequent. inl ias.-agv. causing
tie. the Kreatest alnioianci anid I suf-
fere'd cotns.tantly from backaches and
dull pains through the kidneys. I
could not re.t we'll and in the morning
arose feeling tired and worn out. My
back l heame very lame and I often
found it difficult to get around. I at
length read alnMut Douan's Kidney Pills
and procured a box. Since using
them. I have been free from back-
aches and the soreness and lameness
has disappeared. The annoyance from
the kidney secretions also ceased and
I am able to sleep well. Doan's Kid-
ney Pills benefited mne wonderfully
and I can recommend them as the
best kidney remedy I ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


The Board of County Commissioners
will receive, at their meeting in April.
bids for a system of sewerage to be
constructed In the county Jail. ipartles
bidding to submit suitable plans and
speclifcation.s and price of Fame.
The Ioard reserves the right to re-
fuse any or all bids, and to accept
such bid and such plans and speciflca-
tions as they may think best. All to
be connected with the city sewer.
Done by order of Board this 3rd
day of March. 1909.
J. G. DAM PIER. Chairman.
Attest: S. H. WIENGES. Clerk.

Hieks CAPUDINE Cures Ick Head-
Also Nervow Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip, Stom-
ach Troubles or Femalo troubles.
Try Capudin'.--It's liquid-effects Ia-
wediately. Sold by drugist.

A special election was held in the
county of Calhoun last Tuesday to
elect a member of the House of Rep-
resentatives of Florida in place of
Hon. E. S. Fortner, who has died
since the election in November.


Lvery, Feed M l

Davis Oliv0w

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Man? Pe.'P""et-141,411thAt blonde, or aacl.'~Icj ~ c I ,
ftbi hair OACSWLSS &Eeit-IvIel .ad lArj
hai veulslancy A prsvu wactasut eeer itIII 1.1et,'~ ,,
lsao getj*o4,4 eel hbmrctr. far fr~t III ita a a. .' 1
6041,464mail I* tu ohul. weu I& ,,tl ie~~ 1i ~ III
111st the lSelfare uf u~ithrm thcat h.It
led. hiuismaif. A 5.-rue aal SA.-f I, 1...a.-4 --
Iruf, Wa. 11 i"Usla.j ufIud t .11 I. i., .I& l~I 'ea I.a,.1 iI ec
auvcutale4 a ituitu-u mhI it.ItoirIT e It, rmeg
CausinAegItt Ilsbte,.-,Im.- Il g:e' I *, 1, i'c Ii1 a i&I l.el
weeks' i~re&@ T~ rld t -me.41,t h i'. it l -a I-. t'*t i *f I,
New61- a litrpIviIceleIt
'Deetr..)' tIlse c e rle'u the !;-- th t 11 I'. 1, l.,II '- t I

eforL m,"-IA LTh f loci e .'u.. mcCullum & Cue
J.a odiford &CA. tC1~ b41 .IiAgwats. JI3Su5 "Wac5t" ad.,Lrwg regiolts.

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tll&4)er arAl uh'

son infa Ilanx l lloe-k.

gui. p~b IPhe vff cY morning es-
stuee*dlby earumr ina the city. or
WpIG# the Uit'stle tatl'5. POata
$2 We i x month-: f three
ip l~l ftf v@ week%-Stridly is

^ ^ Ialo~al c~1 column tocento a line
i n m s, d eu~a ts for each additional
ada ^ y advriinl made knows -

Ewz ft" itn a an eight page. forty
1w 1," ub"lehed every Monday and
setaues all the news of the
1i0 e Sud genReal, and will kbe
Mpg*, go any part of the ftted
f 1 frt so a year-is advance.
S80 Mi bo"b me doe sfter fnd
a s 1euvuqtemest. usle otherwise
B glAt kfties T t Paow to wS
4 a"i -eYfor adverti alg isSd-
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f41:114 ili d. .In itIli, atli I .

toon t hat I xi-tlinaginta II. I *lit#-(] la.a'
ak hoere t re.s at a iialt it mde oe Laito''if'
fe v. aitr#.i ii1n1rf P1Mict i % o t ~ea dr i3.%tt ar-
t ni i i -4 (-fill(-# rnoeI
Ca re'It. 1tm5 iv-e rd tof Nf .%-( rlo. i-.
'Ahua hba, Sim-tiat 1-4)i141tilnt.' il..'slitgat.-
him: iild% ail !-toire's (Ealltlml~.I, il I.M e'.41.
ha s givi a-n3. ia ttv re .t i' g acolte 1 it o
his olos.'rvat i bs'. S1 e;t ~i Tig of til.
ckti ats!.ri-.ti'- of ttth.- NI ,- ia ~ii t re.-..

he '-- Y,'-
'The .Mexican turpen tine pl's iprc--
'ill it diff.-ereit appearmice from our
trees In the I'lilte'd Staites The hark
is thicker., nature promlding this as a
protection against the cool nights of
the high altitudes. The needles, too.
are shorter and coarser than those of
our Southern pines. The aplhearance
of the Mexican pines differ materially
In the altitude in which they are
found, the trees t ,Aoni to !#.o.. feet

-wlar We of the pence; the |iounds presenting a sharp contrast to those a
Slet of themselves." is an ela- 5t:00 or 6.1w0 feet. A close investiga
ISO i aitim of the word "thrift." tion with proper tests convinced me
OWN haadry of all the things that there is no difference in the
t o i success. makes success. yield or quality of the gum. In Mich
fitnrf-eme in their use. or neglect oscan. where I spent most of my time
Sl lr at all, equally works fall- the altitude of the camp is 6,00) feet
& b my dqartment of labor. If a The days are warm. but the night
y Baa spends all his dimes for Invariably cool. I kept a thermometer
w ams mot enrich him. he will record, and the lowest the mercury)
I a dollars to keep him from went was 54) degrees and the highest
I. go If the farmer leaves the X. degrees.
ad stalls of successful farm life "Turpentine runs freely in Mexicc
* -Id cas of themselves. he will when the temlwrature is 60 degrees
i vast sew implements. new or above. While there is little or nc
k, iew wagons, new harness. new flow at night, the first rays of the
mih articles and new clothes; morning sun striking the trees start
lM in wi have no money with the gunm running freely, and this only
%M&ts blay these necessities. lets up when darkness comes. I have
Th lt cannot be read in the ap- n,.ler se.en better running pines in
gagsme of as many farm yards and my entire' observation, which has ex
- as it should be. but there are tended from Cale Fear to the Sabine
Sligist number of examples here river Owing to the cool nights it i4
dIe to furnish the alphabet for prolmWr to estimate the yield of the
a Mrtfty to learn. If the old cant- Mexican Pines at 2m I-.r cent less
1lM habits of care for the small than the btwest output of our Southern
shust a farm, young farmers pines.
ld eaght to learn and diligently "The atmosphere evidently affects
PolS thMi. Let nothing useful go the quality of the crude gum. as I
to s lekBm want and neglect. Have noticed that the rosin produced from
fe* that scans everything, from the the old and high faces was of an un-
t d a belt to the construction of a usually good quality, grading from
-110i, Oad a hand for everything. 'I' to 'M.' instead of from 'D' to 'G.' as
O1 e leading of the children down in the United States. As to the rela-
t11111 ua of the pigs. The young tive yield of turpentine from a given
Me i a L rpteder. not a farmer, who quantity of crude, it is about the
%s eW r t stocks, farm outfits. sane in Mexico as In the United
0 0s a4d fences to the care of States."
b*Hiyt. Mts lainess. indifference in Mexico pack mules Instead of
* I1maei. whichever it be, will wagons are used for transporting
I 11 sma his eyes. and the eyes both the crude and the finished product.
d d arnd him, to the fact that Mexico enacts a high tariff on naval
6s 1o "thrift" about his premises. stores imported into that country. On
bUiiag around him will present turpientlne the duty is 15 cents per
W appearance of decay. Let our gallon in gold and on rosin 53.7.'. ewr
6-11 1 s6 farmers remember this, barrel (of 214, pounds This tariff rep.
h th coaection it may be well to res'nts the difference in price between
7 l ricate a lebon oiln the naval stores in Mexico and in the
'"Ot y of collecting small things in 'nitetd States. There were in ll14is
MI ud a farm for manures. The only eight stills in Mexicii. and the'
go" tf the best plant food ev'ery- average capaclait of each wa.i, small
W *was a folly of the old lime The inldu.tr is littl dee.lleiltd and
511M3. This, if gathered. prute'cted as a c'mli'llelc('le the l1ot'al production
" IM ad from the ids. w miould l is lnot .uffilienlt to suiPlply the' d eiiand
M s tolishing difference, In This nlak.s importation Sannual cropl This \ste'l of Iwntine and rohin necessary
16 15 lsalid licreia-ilng holne'-
S"lftlliiers is forcinlig it.,'lf on, J. R 1 e)lnit of St Francia i ha jn?,t
t fIarlers. and it oiuighi t ill,. ree('lvled hi- riiiiti,-.ioni as at 'e ii
t i eO tat ou1 (li li farlii g liteo- liiuten.ii I'. t,,n hilt ilt- <' al'I ;i
3k ive occalsioiall t.ak.i iia aniaiia .s-t I'nia w.a, inajuirel in ti line
i hi sce iac bhlh %will tm,.i it t ihen, ef dita .Alout tlh .iie h' thi ias ti li
b0 h they aiill all a.chit.ei it. If conimni, lsion ll0. 1. i d onll account of a
IaM be iduce.id ti c triit a te<-chnialitl it took a s.- lcia.l e;it to
IN t 'or pa1 11411 .i-g r sliiiK arlou i1d gi 1 hill- 1 I ol i i llln i i.filli
I 191der their ell Ireoil ll in
^1 *and p *roti.l. ii, fii ler' -. in g *, .T-.'l e.1o w el Tii Il.
liter '*ythil g Ih e.,n ,.(i, r ,,r. a Ilti.,-o t,, it-. e* x l i.t.', f.ia l-
-bla their ltiid. it wit ,he e-. .itt I i hl, ,,* i \ r.al n...tl
0 tRhi for lh, ia

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Winter visitors throut:.lih't the State
.ir. all rim aiiltiig late'. an\ .i*ta IlIg
~ *Pr toi 1att to d tth-. mul ti bnl ile race,
it li a toiIa.

I"Irailtio Alfonso. a five.yearold tboy
of Tampa.. wax accid.nitl\ shot in tihe
eye bylv a (oniimanion. The' I.yv illl r.-
(c, o<-r but will not regain sight of his
right eye.

The Norwegian bark Hessian. which
is grounded off the coast from Pensa-
cola. Is in serious danger of going to
pieces. The vesel has a valuation of
about $2:.Yw).

Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
lagrippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop Into pneumon-
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength-
ens the lungs so that no serious re-
sults need be feared. The genutne
Foley's Honey and Tar contain no
harmful drugs and is tIn a yellow pack-
age. Refuse aubeattutes. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

Apple Pie and Melted Ches.
Bake a pie crust In the bottom and
on the side of a pie tin; fll with apple
quarters stewed till tender and return
to the oven. putting a little cinnamon.
super and bits of butter over. When
It is baked enough to set. draw It out
and cover with a thick layer of grated
cheese. Return to the fire and let the
choeo melt and brown. Serve Immae
diately.-Harper's Baar.

Race Suicide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths among in-
fants are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or Indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery.
sour s~tmach and all infant ailments
of this mature. Just the thiag for
teething babies. Price 25c and 50c per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

A Lare Test
A prominent man. unexpectedly to
vtted to an entertainment found him-
self called on for toasts amoug others.
He was unprepared; but. being a qukk
thiaker. be arse and sald. "I st 'to
the toast that was toasted by the towt-
er who had toasted all tletoaa'tbat
were ever toasted by a toaster.*-La-
dw Homn Journal.

Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
"Besides being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is unequaled
as a cure for croup." says Harry Wil-
son. of Waynetown. Ind. When given
as soon as the croupy cough appears.
this remedy will prevent the attack.
It is used successfully in many
thousands of homes. For sale by all

Macintrate (to 'louralara-Look here.
my tua~n. I if leU (lEPt Imend your waym
yeat are aurv 1141 eeW.9 to grief. %What
mride 3'.1 aki.to much a "lniN4ratble'
liuslne's4 I,'Iri ,' ze'r The' lousinemss I
1:0AI -f.i e11iL-a 11 VlletQ''tIi04-1.'ur %10.1
sh ip w aid tI -I'.-A, vI' .IiIt am .lwwie rutlnedI

When Your Joint@ Are Stiff
an td '. iptr famiI-4-lie'a4 ore from v old (or
r lta, iimII w -ilwn you a~(tis-111, or pralin
aJolla! truitit %our Pside'or Ibruijk
~ ii~'ifVIaliiklillcr %ill ltake' tut lii.
-.ir ,no- dmid fix e(PtFrigtlatin a a jfl'
.Alvia.. la ia%,a- it itha 34u. anrd use' It
it#Iit 'inf-d~iI*o-t t l ie'(lt-al j.atiacix
t I,., I ;iht-I i ai.- i lll a ii i ti n tra im I't'r-
I 'Oa Pa '.tk ill.r. mid fi fr (%
li t-i t l' ueiw, 1--n la't a *eiaem
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WIN PromaA t nwvime the
TiW Ia lilwmms of *w P P
-WPe ABaeftI

Ipesell Washmsom Corrempondet
WAKIMOTUON, March 0.-"Tbh
w e-0~ e eellnt features In
OtMf IL It will tey be In t
ri Ml wich kbbecomes a, la
TuM Sever has been a deatth
ood WsB is Cngrees, as I nod
d it. The trouble is. ood b
IbA ever become laws. The l

: the Pay" bil are food. In
UsMb epibsa. however. the I
ftt wbe W g tm u sd. I 1
aaal -tet are layrg wait
a .aM, ad wIN get thi
*m jwt as they did la the WUs
If imme ds~aat hsep w

Stpress.ilve W. R Jamniom
m I aw has giveA me

Iwonm ft C ongrm ofe Du
, Aft e ndIsemofthem
Are m os et arae enbmlnal
left Cmmerr p- t t ha

The ow lsity of a6dlal Wasabtic
Sooer tom tamed ever Jam
am a ta I e Datd who sltw t
st peasies. Re hasemeb
fa a e I 2"plae Bt f-use
W p a emel sthaog at im
been smslisred a roo kp lsblmm
to ame $r te alt twenty yeF
a mashine wse muosh.

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Oft an lw iw PI'.w5'V.(law
a ti ad hmphs. ft h
o*biviza W~~rfrSale. ud
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&ed oollelsorin zqmiss
Lka Es"&%*, OomtvepanelaOaWdmew
oral PiMf'. ill t.&asaneSOMPrmb
aldemdsdto ots eamiidew to s
a" AINUSTvLL2. FLO"ma.
VUAICK C"aKM. Tmomw Fimmwift


Practice la all Courts


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For Beefit of Women who
Suffer from Fema Ills

per Minneapolis. Minn.-" I was a great
the uffTerer from female troubles which
tihe c1 used a weaknea
kw uand broken down
o -condition of the
of system. Irread so
ler- much of what Lydia
"is LE. linkham's Ves.
, w table Compound
Ik.e had done for other
suffering women I
my felt sure it would
big help me. and I must
'he my It did help me
wonderfunll. NM
Spain all le me,
iTr mew r, within three months
oW I was a perfertiT well woman.
S I wat this t made pabUe to
W shw the mwdt wonm may derive
fe- LyaS A Plnkham's egetable
of ONmpom "-Mrs. Jo G 0. MOL.DAN,
S3115 Semd St.. North, MinneapolIs
T ba and of umolidtod and gms.
ew the of 1dsa E. Plam.ef

- VOs wbo sailr from Nthose dl.,
S m nBM-iar to eair sex should
o set lss itt tof hese facts or doubt
dIo- to L L Pe. lkhaem'
he Wtan

rs towih W fI ,g De
Vd- -d i -M wifc at
__ftS7 km -- fr.D-

tealarly friendly, and be was re-
elected time after time. Then Jamle-
so., editor of a semi-weekly news-
paper, eame along sad beat him.
Therefore the politician are asking:
"Who is this Jamisson who defeated
That Jaml eon is of the "now" or
comingg" type of lawmakers was ap-
I part early in the Interview. There
doesn't seem to be anything Jamle-
on lia't willing to discues with the
newspaper correspondents. He'll tell
yol how he steads and what he thinks
,o such and sach a thing-matters
la which the laterests of the corpora-
this aad the public collect. This
frank attitude is so different from
that of the staadpatters It is enough
to make a newspaper main's hair
stand on ed.
"ay," declared Jamleson, suddenly,
and with honest Impetuoalty. "there
is one thing here In Washington in
particular that I disapprove. They
drag politics ntotoo many questions.
aome measures-many measures-are
not poUttel at all, and yet they are
beain continually made to have po-
litaal signloeance. Measures that
are for the benefit of all the people
should be voted on as such once
they get before Congress, and not
be strangled simply because they
represent Ideas suggested in one or
the other of the national political or-
ganiaations. Politicians ought to be
satisled with the distribution of Fed-
eral positions as pay for being in
poUtics. and allow big questions to
receive honest considerate on.
ranklyly." said Mr. Jamlieson. "the
tariff bill reported by the Pay ne' coinm-
mittee looks good to me on flrst read-
Ing There appear to betw soe* redu
tions. and they meet my approval
But I can't eomlelve that these fea
tures of the bill that are des--irable
from the standpoint of the peopiith
will be In the bill which lit'eoin'e, a
"It is wonderful how the big hIter
ests work in getting lihat they sant(
in the way of legislation I bcallme
more or less familiar a ith lotlli ~ t
while in the' lIol; S4 .tle wii li. r'
had railroad i l iin-ui r.ant I .al 1 i,. I.
phone le<,gishl ittlhl le lIr' u \I r fl,
fillv iil ,l i H l l 1 <, l .' 1 i4 1. .11 i, I
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Isn't there something w!.! '. a
want ad. can do for you today?



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%an In Washington representing ;,
lnimw'r i-teopl. with the pugar hit'
0-*I. *r Mad ridJ- hii Io- 'A a- A Ii. i
n,' it would bhe a very dang* r"'i
thinx to change the lumber -ch,'I
ules from what they were In the
Iingley law. He Is getting in hi
work in a skillful manner. That I-
Just one way the trusts go about t!
infamous work of molding leiolat,,,n
They send fellows here to Washii. ...
to get on Intimate terms with III..
members of Congress that are *'
clally qualified for the work T. y
don't tend dubeS. hut fellows attti i
jwr.omial ch:irm. i.dpolhed. refin-dl.
'lut to g o back to the tariff
It shouldd Ibe recalled that the \Wi;
bill went into the Senatorial h,,,',
a tariff reduction measure and cane
out. after over &nM changes, a wmes-
ure of the kind advocated by the
trusts. It may happen again. hut
there is one new Influence in the
Senate that may arise and interfere
with the plans of the standpattersi. I
am referring to men like IaFollette
and Cummins and others who, '*lilcie
in tariff reduction as heart. this
connection I admired the stand of
Judge Hubbard. who was the only
member of the Iowa delegation who
voted agalnast Cannon."
"LaFollette and Cummins and Hub-
bard are all Republicans." it was sug-
gested to Jamleson. "and you are a
"There you go," he protested.
'What difference does it make wheth-
er they are labelled Republican or
Democrat, so long as they have a
chance to serve the people and take
advantage of It? Prom the people's
standpoint Cannonaism isn't a parti-
san measure. Cannonlam is a non-
partisan measure. Just as the House
Insurgents conceived it to be. and I
endorse their move. whether they call
themselves Republicans or Populists."

Should be studied by every parent.
If your child is nervous, fretful, starts
in It's sleep, Is pasty faced, has rings
under its eyes, always seems hungry.
is not gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermlnfte is an absolute cure for
worms. Is It's own purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Just PFe a Change.
"What I wantL" nd the theatrical
manager. "Is a genuine novelty."
"Somethlng realistic" asked the
"Yes, but I don't want say real
puglltst or real naval disasters or real
live stock or real battles n It."
The playwright looked wearM)
thoughtful and. after a pa, Ia-W
"How would tt do to spring somae-
thing on the public with ta. actor
In itr--ndon lit-Btta.

A Sw lln Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
It's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Liniment will
reduce the swelling and rel-eve the
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism, cuts, bums. bruises,
scalds-any and all aches and pains.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

A Hard One.
Mrs. No Uo Ileash I:iI you get m.w
letter? Mrs. Blhode 'd-The ine wber,
you asked we to your hollday bhous,
party? Mrs. Nuvroe Iteash-Exactl:.
Mrs. Bloodgoeed -No, I didn't get It -
Cincinnati Er.iuirer.

Out last night? Headache and nerve
ous this morning? Hicks' Capudlne
Just the thing to fit you for business
Clear's the head braces the nerves

We his,,

to Tow

top to Sp


To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
Iam a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effl.
clently. night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
ecdeavored to give In the past.
Yours for order.

I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
talthfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the ocee should I be
elected. Respectfully,

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

One who lives in a furnished room
can be pretty "Independent"-for the
ads. keep the best It be had within
his reach.

To the Voters of the City t
I respectfully announce Mfgi
candidate for City Tax Ass mee
the year 1909 Having bees TUl
sessor for four years. I a taly mj
pared to fill the office, as my rg|
will show, the city assesuaMt
ing been increased in that tla
a little over $600.000 to over sUIsl
I was prevented from ruamlghir
office last year on account of id
and now respectfully sollct X
votes. W. M. BRADFOW

To the Voters of Gainaesvilla:
I hereby announce that I ms a
didate for re-election to the
City Tax Assessor for the ywar
in the election to be held o Asil
13th, and most earnestly remset
all to give me your vote Aad
for the position.
Thanking you four padt p a"
ma It. I remain. Yours very I,
B. & coUlP

Jar Inats aad @h"b
1Wo Kn YuoH Ave l
Nears the
Signature of

The want ads. do more real O
business than all other broabs -
bined--In fact, they "start" mat
the business that 1t ta bl d
agents snisn
If It's printed stationery yO
The Sun office Is the place tp tI


It pays the farmer to plant only tI' I t's
question n ot of thow eap," lt of ', 1',.

Or Seeds Have the ebitain *f e ikg Purwe Ad 9lW
We ar, n. ow u okin .--- ill ta* \iei to nAi n |.rnc e n r i-t




Groceriesan Grain

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No Order
Both Phones 215

Too Large

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The gtm1)Will. kindt-est regard an I 1...t wiq.
eo of fl, 1fer inzd Ilircrnto)r e t ti. Hank,
8n1lt you will always find a cordialuI w mt'h.e
our tiDnking room .

Make our place headquarters--tevery conva.
nience afforded to make our place plh'aaMnt
and agreeable to thtoie who call to see Iu.




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Announce Their


Jh Greatest Array of Beautiful Millinery Ever Shown in Florida. All made by expert hands and a great many
po site models, the handiwork of our own milliner which, we feel you will ag:ee with us, is the best that has
ever been in Gainesville, and none better anywhere. The great event will occur
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, March 23rd, 24th and 25th
k connection with the- above special event wc ar.nnunc cu. C'a,:! Opening in all Departments. We have
dered into this magnificent store the most wonderful line of Fine Merchandise ever brought to Central or Mid-
d Florida--merchandise that appeals to the goo, judgment of all citizens who delight in finding the best-made
' ads &nd sold at a popular price--so that all lovers of economy as well as those more fortunate can revel among
grand values offered to their hearts' content. All will find a welcome and each department will try to outdo
the other in the magnificent display.

We Also Announce a Gigantic White Goods and E:Lroiiery Sale
The greatest ever known. You'll find the most elegant White Goods, this year's clicicest and newest things, of-
fered at a price that will be astonishing. You'll find one thousand pieces the most magni6fcent Embroideries,
Laces and Trimmings ever shown, including all the Beautiful Flouncings, All-Overs, Embroidered Waist Fronts,
Galloons and hundreds of other attractions. For prices see them on exhibition. They will tempt you very much.

Crand Dress Linen Sale |
We will have on sale over two hundred pieces Beautiful Dress Linens and Poplins, in all the new weaves, priced
ridiculously low for Three Days.
S----- Special Sale Beautiful Bleached Damask and Napkiis at Great Reductius --- -

*, nnr;nn Include choice of 1,000 different designs and] patterns.
eial Silk UOferings fr Spring We are sole agents for Cheney Bros.' Spot-proof Foulards.
e own and -how more Beautiful Silks than any five stores in Central Florida, consequently you have the great-
cst variety to select from. Be sure to examine the great showing of Silks during these three days.

Our Great Ready-to-Wear Rooms Announce Their Grand Display
Of the new Spi...; and Summi, we.ai, nmoie beautiful than ever before. We show immense varieties of all the
new Beautiful Dsl~es, in Linens, Silk, Poplins, Lingerie, in all the new weaves. We show Beautiful Jumper "
and Coat Sbuts in all tlh, new effects. hundreds Beautiful Waists in Lingerie and full-fashioned effects. In a
word, we are ready for vou- trade. \WV hope to merit it by showing you the best collection of beautiful goods
O any store in thle Stat- and priced so mIu'h less for good goods that you will acknowledge that othl(,i ask more
*or goods they were unfortuinate enough to purchase, thinking they would compare with our ,u ,,rl,) ,ull(ection.
We believe that in no other citv i tlhe South are the people more critical than in Gain, 11ll< ,d, in cater-
to their wants we a preciate this fact, and, we believe, succeed. THE GOODS .\I1 A1.\RKED
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W go same t,., S.M-

sr 581csgalley &

d tsbo at Rutbetfurd's,

0" OW and Je

~at o Archnt

S oilt 11

I" you De

u I* galley &
tovrry ofRot
*eo dty *yeate
-IN@ paid
ogg r '*s Resta
if- w ad. of J
h164.4er suitsI
lm', e.fwls will I
wog|preated. Loor
jamw itoia th
a t the vote

't1w Bswters" are
a Wall street. I

-i of Orange
ft *opers viaitin

gCr3edle of Mica
piBgday looking after
mggfh to his taxes
a atch while the. I
We h: ,e
er. L C. Suith.
Vl s motak.- a 111
a eertainly sMve-
111r y. Sal'y & ('Co
il question will int
tw the A..acL..a Cc
|lfmpan} .-)-- ati >'

u wd week ,airie
lamk you all. 8 .l!.t' *
fL.sftk. the off.. la, i

f 1 I a lr0), ,. v 1 .
tk s vi.-ito rc (t (a, :,,* / ,

187i to **-

08 1. The taice't

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Arthur Itring f \\ 1'tl<, A.- nI ih,
cr it. % r t.-rei
Cedar Key ,o%-t'rm. dmY and night
at Rutherford '. estr-aranit.
PIhife'r Itroa- -.;l ', %nle ., oi
each purchase, aisjl Ki\% .i l.-
II II. larnet I ,e M i, ,itit,|\ % ,A a
visltor to the cit v \'-t.-rei\
Remendi.r e. P.I 'In,, lt,- AII.,I '.
mdy ('Cor-'-,t tI. -t ii [I ; '..
(Ircult cet rt '(c li\ 'i* Ill '*- i 0
-. 1 | I .' ,l ,,.I 1. 1 ;

G(Mi geKntle' horse and lice ruhla-r-.
tired buggy for sale'. Apply to J.

Pearl glass laundry) starch I; Ipoundii
for a quarter of a dollar .Muoa.da at
-;.kl! & I *. -

Octagon soup .- I \o i e ar.- for a;i ,,.i:
lly glasses. ter of a dollar .Moinai; to e -ac h p
cha-er at Salle) & ( Co.
er was in Wl T. Harris of IaC'ros ,' is a
v iitor to the city yeste-rday. IHe. i-
cents the Jeputy sheriff for that section.
Japonicas. Palms. Ferns and Shrub-
was a via- bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in va-
riety. H. 8. Graves. 'phone 179.
Me. go to Plank's Chill Tonic Is gmuarauteed to
ey. cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
the name Price 25c. old by W. M. Johnson.
Co. Suededine is fine for cleaning and
!helle was dressing Suede shoes. We have it.
rway. Price 25 cents a box. L. C. Smith.
to ladies' If the good people of Gainesville
u ant will stick to us we'll always save
them money oni groceries. Sally &
W. (;lass. Company.
$12 and up.
Insist On Illue Ribbon Dont call
have to be for vanilla or lemon-don't bet sati--
*k at them, fed with extracts of unknown quality.
o do their *but call for. demand and insist on
1. Phifer ;n1ing Kitu,. llIHIM l
A. E. Wittstock is building another
In town. home on West Church street. The.
It s Salley new building will contain seven
'room,0 anld when completed w ill bt
Lake was used for rental purpioses.
g the city It :- a ait- of fre-.-z- outi' ||ow.
Colgait, & Co. hli\i noiilitd all of the
knopy was wholes.alrsas not to shil| Salley & Co.
r bu-iness i.) more O(tagon Sioai-just lhe'au.ei-
:loe. gi\- 7 lhar- feor a quarter .u-ou f-
price( ar.- lin .
sonie bhar- E'ile roomin cottage to rent oi bl wk
idjoainintig quare. forilierly occ'upiedi
ig ipple i" .' L L .-Grua*i. ity '..i< ,...-
our cu-. tr-ic light-. ae er:age-. lath. .a.d all
!mtodernu cont' !:::;e .-. All. to Mr.'
*re.t% H).u H. I McCreary or Sun office.
*mlte' .\- .Mars. F J. Pol', ;andI on. IHarr3.
it I'lat. w't-Ie< in the city for a f.-w
Sour. -.-,ste-rday nIt rouiit to their
S 'r i a hi ;It .lick o \ ill,-. Th yv wt-re
ItIiA 'n theI tue -t ;at th' wedding of
M r.- Su, I'-:'.l- r of .li;iianoE
ae.: ) thfe lr. anid Mr-. A M.1 .ih-kin,. hoe

1.1. sa

Ia t i t. ic-et4 It I:ta. .II', i lia r
at la.--a-NorthI I.a Mr-I ll-h~pte- feer
tiel I .,t I--%% (1~.1 ~.. 1. t % --t. fa )I.
Ilit-i.. 11,111. il i lt 1 chigl,:,i Tieh ha '
lee' t1I Ieitt the 1 .1-1 %%Iltt r at .
NIl k i ia
3.NIr- itC Io rs-it .%tof Jac.tE'siMle-.
!. *to a eeci ,~e-Jileittg Ow iacjeast f-W

da ,i t i tiith rit % iI-it i :lia~ t er Ijaarvt-it.-.
w- ba aiii. I ):I." : S N I %tier. ,.le. %ill %i-.it M.1r Kitii.ht
wbo hallt* bet, a it ei4 l.rit-eSlta- via.. aeeeaiaaimi*-dlb% '.;:-r I Ye Utit.

SAlsda George and daughter. huiiaess tripa to)Jackmmoi'e111t, li
b -lbk "0 have b"'" i wi peadiiag sjimaking uith thim *.-te-rdalic h %%a-.
hl IM Week here '. heiting Ithe (if Iii.- cijitalen that the- large j'hioP
Id'Uf te.Mrs. Ow.',, l.14)%d. left pjhate- :te-re-.tr, (of C %%'('ha"-.- cialel
JIhI* rT) lq-r KreiaaaIll# ie* I la..run ton a and thitie-ad e iff lit114 telost -d
SPbtheijr huna. at I. k he-re- ate fat lire as ii ha t e'j.t


.sil' .

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he lo ito- .R' l(t I'l l(';tl .-
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t( i l)( t l| liti-in j l't f,,ll

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Li Us Keep Your Books for You

a2LEr Bros.

- Ban ers


Everything New and Up-to-Date.

The Very Best Values for

Prices Asked Always Found at WILSON'S.

New Goods Arriving Daily. We Invite You to Look and Compare


I4-)fk'- lik- Litii'n.t La tier.; Iko Linen,

TbI4- lio,.t 4esirall 'I.'fdlri( (lon se.todayl.
We tare %4)e .\geut-A.

lie YARD


In all the new shades. See window


No Better Values to he Hail in

Laces aind E.iroiienes

Than you will find at




C. A. Holder of Hague was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
S'. our liae- tiiff<.oiter..'. lounges and
iari t r"a 1 ::lue. Phlfer IBrots
t; A hi-ac(h of Floral City has ar-
Sie td iv I.pei d Sunday ~ ith his fani-
il. lihre-.


'lh.' mot D't e-irai 1- alt terialI forarUnde'r-
wea'r and Wblitte I r''.

W Ilhave it in all tli'h qialiti.e.

If you

hlavi-n't used it you should 1I,) so.

See the valut,- at 2. 25, 3 J 1, 41g

Neat Figures. 0ce values this week


-- Good values 50c and up.-
TheI best values to be had in the city are
the Silk Pettieoats we are showing at
$Sl.o $. W .m






S. I). M llk)mell of Arredondo was
in the, 'city yesterday looking after
lia- tax Iai:n-ras.
A closing school entertainein-t will
I-e Kien' at the school house in Wind-
sor ont ridla. night. March :'i;th. All
are- itr ij ( i
Sol v 1 .1 --,r -2-

Mrs. Jeanings of Fairfield is visit- .3ltH i.-hi' Oo Orange Lake. a Io|m-
IIIK he-r daughter. Mrs. R. T. Crouch lar school teacher of Marion count).
,,l (n,.:- ,. as amniong the shoappers visiting the
The James Means. $3 shoe are the city yetu-tevrd:oa.
tlw.t meii'tb shoes to be had. Phlifer (:. C(-alires of Old Town is among
Ilros. have them. the li ,itors to the- city II,' l .*,'-4
The Keystone Itakery. R. T. Schafer. "' thel phosphate- huslel.s- as .
proprietor,. has a new ad. today which a t|urjlitine' ;raoducc-r.
will ite-re-st )iu. Merry Widow pumps are, the plopu-
Rush l'ellet. who has btenl spending lar st> Ie in low sliot-- for w. itu ;naAid
the iaet ft-w wYe-ks here., returned to M.1ih.ses now. We have them In pat-
lhtck.-oliill .- l lterday. -it. kid. suede and tan at moderate
it I.I lujpr.--. o(t Arredondo was in lri'es. L. ('. Smith.
the- citi y~e-Iterd.ay. HI- has charge .Mrs. It T. Arnow and children. Aho

of thr ol-Ol lauriu a. ihiat place-
A linew li- of hosiery ju.tl r-clv.d
t -e-'* th-' I-iiititul pa.it, rins Illn Il;(Ick
ancld tan lace for ladies I.. C Smith
.Mas,. Maro Waits of Hawthorn wau,
in the- c(t%' -,sthrda;y :h- he was en
tlo0 llte to Rlck. I'oitit. hert- she will
isi ietaer si tet-r .Mrs, I. L IHarton.
No.\tr start anvthinii that you cant
ti-lh. We' ha -p .o,)ootl ihars Octag on
oi;lgi. g lo IK n re-,ll Iba.rs fo r .* Ctllat.- i.e
a';e h Ipurcha-ia r Mominda Salley & 'Co
i Wils.toas ad w ill pro e. ei-i'-ial
Sinlte-re intg tou tl.- ladies today'
Itargaitns in l tr. line. Read the ad.
aiitd gle th ,hi Ippular e*-stabllshlmnt-it
a e .il
I .tle ef r illl I -*' \ i til t." llilua l'l latake-
,le ti ti lgliat j*.ih at i.argaiall iorit ---
', l 1t< ~e l.la I I I l4 t*'lllln a tllut g tlle .
i..- ,,tl,, I. I I l i j l o K t I liit
,- \\ 1I. lilll

n;iae te'--n rising re-laives at Highn
', Iaain for the .past I several days. re-
turnt d h(uIlaem- '.esterda) They were
ac'colipanlid Ibv Mrs.. Annie HIlynum.
who will iiit he r sister het-re

Otwne l:- la-t wIie-k Saile & C(o. had
1 tel. .ioie -put iin their place and
iow if ,,li \<- gKot ani. c-ash you can
Just ring 7.'- and buy anything In the
grocery line 1\ to 4o Iwer cent cheaper
than elsewhere. They %v' just bought
a horse and wagon and will deliver all
gKatis plromptil) free- of charge.
The- Alachua County Abstract om-
planl tltiahfuill. says that the Title
Sidlie not Iht- O man is. what is teo I.
cni-ld. l itl in the purchase of real es-
tiat, A riit ilman nia hlae,,- a |,aer
fit I til .ial tle- itl -r hIllidi 1 il I1
Si'lA ,,, .t 0 I;A -ll)y Ii.t pI;-, a |I> r 1. I
.1: io the- land tIe- i- eiofferign ))ten
I t 1 1 \ A#,i I i I it t1 io tih1
S*ii It'.arti h- ili. t l.at ael -hi*lele l
a i I i l l. e I ic aI t'il> it A tr it '

TruThaturm jjbm v
All beautiful, nafal and oruumftl
warn-. Nothing like finding th odar
tIM loaraibS, Few a-,.1a a'you a m so
f~. ll ii) Cina, t CNO&01, 46lm -asmd
aflmthin g in Tablewaa, at KWillovW
;eriev". VOgu and am our obvimt IMS
I, ve Diunerwri!P'for $12; aism4*-*-a
%wta for So;. IHaminoine LoopsVI
elowia at firt eowt. Your dollarw IN h
m)n, thitusweek t.1am ever balm. in~e'
*iepw~artretofour stog. Cafllor 'b
K-e. s-t to come and me-yo will
lie convinced.

kiass N.Norton

Long Wks SwIsAur --
humK ,ShuMfb
EiiMcN Marnsles...

INmg W" sr~~ui

Ah adiertleelug sinds the best warmwq'
foer Pe.ryth,,eg elow. %by not for yo4

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