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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01615
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL IXVI, NO. 39


(

TEN (E'\Ts A WEE


PERS DELIVERED


LAD TO HIS FATHERONLY ONE MI
STWEEN HERE AND NEWBERRY.


DOWN TO BUSINESS


M Wie Imd me Tremted Wdl--s


Fafv tl the


0.. Mroeb 2S.-Uttle
Whll who has esvsed- thep W
I the esdre eMeary emiss. wa
4ftmhe was klasgpd ftrim
l e hares. Pa.. aIMt Thursday,
volwMd to his ethr at the Hol-
ama" bee las~ t lght at 8:0

with an apgsgest
Ago between the hMiapped
Mber ad as o gset of the i-
er ypterdayl, the bay was
e a oe"atw rf the So-
4a e City a4d tarted to theo
q after o'elo k.
ts lk. WC. Rasey sad *M-t
MM. IM- Sherd the a sae
IOeM Ia Utmig him it harNN os-
N teoIis t r, who was In
.The i b4 W mered a bout
htol tabby umeed r mv-
aaftes asi a ldhars ar hisr

tO llMog player. The boy It
ls parent heard that a strange
O b lhe bo atwele rushed acres
lr -ts asW ed hm I his armcon
l imaeerd His e with kisses.
UL e Ld o eW Slepfed.


Str aro to Wlarge tan ap.





S to New a le P It w have be hi
'e1baIr. reigaIsed the boy ol
-'r~a Mg had he e pa ed him on

Ml A is hl perfect health. He sfathery
A bhe has bees well treated and
s lat hMs capture has been con-

16Ma frol Sharao to Warren and
to New Castle Pa It is his or
aeftesa. expressed la a happy school-
Sw ay, that he was i e Astabula on
Syf4arsyalght at the time hir father
is eo save his $10,000 In Flat Iron

Iti s msr vhnaed to stat*
Water he had paM the ransom or
ALt. He said that he received a let-
SW yesterday flom the kidnappers at
. b hem ie nSihaire. sayita that if he
a" a 8t as confectioaery store In the
1eat and of Cleveland be would be
td how to ase re his boy unharmed.
sad "well fed."
Weft Alonea to e Tryst.
iorny aftr moom he left Sharon


$10SIM bm


for Cleveland. He was unaccompa-
aled. His Immediate family and the
private detectives he had In his em-
ploy be apprised of the proposed se
cret meeting. but assisted that be
make the trip alone. Every one of
them was warned that be must he.
aioewed to go unheralded and no at-
tempt at the capture of the kidnap-
pears now be made. Whitle was cer-
tan that If he spoiled the plans of
his son's captors last night he would
ever see the lad again. His ex-
perlene. at Ashtabula served as a
warning.
About 2 o'clock yesterday morning
he weat to a candy store In the East
ftd. With him he carried the $10.4mMN.
expecting that It would be demanded
of him there. He was met by a woman.
who detailed to him the terms of the
kidnappers. With all the eagerness
of a distracted parent. Whitla agreed
to them immediately. Detectives In
his employ say that he paid the mon-
ey. but on this point the father de-
-lines to commit hlmiwlf Half an
hour later he returned to the llol-
leaden Hotel and awaited develop-
ments. As he waited In the hotel
lo!by and corridor* Whitla was in a
highly nervous condition A f w
newspaper men walked o er to talk
to him
Father's Hour of Waiting.
"In heaven'*, came. men. do not as
anything to me. I an' on the Verge ot
nervous prostration." he said. I e\
it-ct the boy will I t hback o'n. but
I cannot s-tate positi ivel s whth.-r 'I,
will return safe and da llkd )l niot
ask me to re.ve-al the ;!le.~ el l-* i,
ment That unightl ii. aill of th ,
plall. '"
For more than an hour Whit;:i
auxlosily awaited in the lolib' n-viok
lng cigars and muttering to hitsiielf
lDetective Perkins sat near him and
pleaded with him to have platienice A
friend approached and Whitla walked
Into a secluded corner of Ihe' hotel-
and talked to him in nam'no lltlahle-
hlls eyelids twitched nervoul I
The Lad*s Return.
In the meantime little Willie sa.
being treated kind and e tveneat thls
time does Iot realize what d.anige-r hli
(Continued on Next Page I


Uncle Joe Getting Even



With the Insurgents


WASHIN(GTON. March .'3 The-re-
am yet be an inmeatlKatilloi 1 of the'

elveuth hour chauiges of the tariff
bil. The D*lnuorate' cointitue- to ag I
Sthe b l matter tIlie'liti u ,g pa l-. will
souw certain tsnot-etten- we i. ietl-
ka the tariff ache.dule, feeI ,o. ic,
defeat tihe' atteiptl ut th. imiii, l toi
esurf al holietit rev ioiimt of t .
House rule.
Of the IOub treedtliee listed re-a lit (e t ,,
('lau t-ibe Ililud th- l illi ltar i In-
Uittle roctis feel do.Il ,t M.11~tI I. li
m great Stailiall .a i .!.Jd.0 ill it -iite if
the lN-miut-rt are i r et te -*. .-ftil i .
curilag a u office ii a l ci iatickih etit ,
wili be difficult I Ie,,.t S pie'ekel i t
11111 will Ue e rotiUll e of liaWei .it
hlt ciiiad id to pri-i -t ani liuluir)
Ilr llly ht- I luh-i m rai. Vi'taggerald and tle uotheer c-, Yoik
Mmbiirs arre delivered to t(it- (ts
am urganisatluu by theb lt-iiieo itlli
omses of New York purticulai c I'at


NclC('a t I'n of e l ro hr, !i i ill' -cin. .i id
S. ,:10l.. l d s I l ,t ". 1, I.1 .l ii..t
rel ei, -,l ll.lt I,. I ( ,I -e\ ii, I
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.il th l .i -i iii a .1 i i r


Hands Are Now at Work to Close
Up This Gap-Hard Road
Three Miles Seyond.


The hard road leading from this
city to the west. via Newberry. ist
now about completed to that IMint.
only about one' mile heina left of the
right-of way to be cut before it Is
finally completed.
There remains about three nille.
unsurfaced with the hard material.
but this little part will be closed upi
as fast as the workmen can na-
complish the job.
There. is now a large force of hands
engaged on the Job and the) hojw to
havte the two right-of-ways joined
within the next few weeks. aindl the'
other work will irogre,.s as fast at.
it Is possible for them to do so.
The trust.-.- of this district ha',
-tilo built considerable hard rA4d west
of Newberry aimoing the lirini'lpal
nianes. which adds very materially to
the traveling for the good pe-ople,
there. It has been a long-ieede'd finm
pro eeniit anid tne special di,trict
'rt-ite,'d ha-s worked well for th..t pair
ticular eectin,

nit that this pr.rgram had le-in < hIi 11
ed. and w heu I r'ceised ini (.Iqs ol
the bill and looked it oer. fluditag hO-
countera liK ipreiislion ihelre. i. eold
1. 1ie'. I a.s a-> th rr.t:ia hli\ st.;-;iI J
as I ever vwas in lian life' ,
O)n tI.v Saturdaht |"'.-" *ii lh4 I
*,i 'li ihitl ), (' oiiwagr .- i.i ., ,, .. : ,i
re, til d the' tip that t e. I t in h*e* r
wa.- io be r.iiet-l $1 ;i la I.rrrl I Hi
'-ever. the .* ,i ta i, t i r. I .
\\ ha ; 1 r .-iillt ;ilca t- i- f t t Ill..%
lha e I, c 1 a-crentitu al l, I,1 t Ieh- further


c t t t I.e ii e ; he \ *- :;.
d'e, #ed -,, I o r rce t i i I, ro I I I
ct .i- a hii l -i l l l, I. al'-,1r1 iall
cifnie d(owt% n fromeit I' t I,. ,-I
N o ) :i t-ellebv t 's i (; r'- zit il ll-

reosoltion had aIIi cc,% onsetIis-ttoii h'. h.ti
eer with ihe Tainniitait criowdl Th.-i
acted entire.l. indepe-iiilde'n from ihe'
New York nini-er.. .Indge (GriggKs
of (eorrgia lhad a plaice on i the \.% -
and .Means ('oninittei- il hel-lice -d
a lote Ie n faeor O the Fe'it/.erald r.-io
lution was the- oI-'-t wat teeo prot-ct it
Spelaker Cailnon i. relrI,. ins\ i0in
t-hinig thios.e 4mvnirte.r- who l tce me for
a reral r -iiion of itthe rule- and I
ro.w aldi hol-e who rallie-td toe hi,
-il, IIt IIIe- iuo i Ipr. *nt IanI1 o, rthrr ow
e0f hIi- re,,Kie 'li, The.e -l.ciigmhi.r h;a-
bgl -E.i tr\ e lt.ill wh hla d- hi- Il'
-,itiel Ill l the il; l' I II I. i1 llc l i llle el

.i o iiI wli ilc lld Ii I Io a i .1 I ',.
alht JtleIa 'A Ill 'et 111 'I ".


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'A III C


Several Cases Disposed of---wens and His W

Both Indicted for Murder.


C(iruit Court convened Tuesday
morning, at !* o'clock. Judge' T Wills
preidi,..
The ca-e of the State of Florida vs.
Richard Nelson. Dan Raim.-e. and Ed-
die l.',. colored. for breaking and en-
tering the store of W. K. Itrice at Is-
land Grove and stealing therefromn
goods to the value of over $2.0. was
called and defendants plead not
guilty. The following jury was sworn
in the case: I.. J. Purkhim. Jos Mal
phurs. 8. It. Chives. W. I). Fagan. A.
Wenske and .1 II. I e-ll
Judge Syd 1. (Carter represented
the State in the absence of Solicitor
Rivers. who was busy before the,
grand jury The defendants had no
counsel After henriiig the- evtidenei-,
the case wtas sllthmiItte'l a ihouiIt arg.
ment The' jury returned a a .-rlicti
of guilty a, charged in the- indictnieii
wheret., of the'in to a te'rni of thr.,.ee y-o:r- i' -
the State-. Ientite.ntiarY'. Mr Ihltrklh':
was fore-man of the' Jury
Toni outlass.. color d withdr.
his pleta of not guilty of muird r ai I
plead tguilt1 to inurd- r in the -r0
oIid dl o ree He wa *-eile't-iei l til t ir.,-
liuiri-'ni.t e't ;t htrlrd laltr In t!he
"State, I initen-ti.irI\ T"i took hi-
*. ntenicl- \vt ry 1!:,rd andd -lhed- rt:,;i
crwcoile ta;i-- :i~- he' took hii- ,e:at
'ti the mhoiriei, henc'h
The murder < e, of I. \I,< :neidl
i -tce i'l i- -,ct fir Tile'--i tv mll rnimi:i
"e, 'i ,eIl' -'k ,when a -ul'rc Of 17,'I i- returi;ilel-
i'C i rt ltih i a ijiim ritId until e lir, L


atid that h.e would r'ecognlz-i him tt
feet away on the darke.t tnight---tI
distance hit claimed to li* from O
when Collier wa- charted firing aM
Officer G(riner Collier made a fy
iplausiblel explanliatioin of the affair &d
his appearance rather inmprtsmsed
lookers as of being al)ove the avetr
age negro -not a 1mean one--but- he
made the miistak uof saying that he
had Ieilen shot at before.
The jury was out only few ai
mtes whleni the,. re. urnt'd a verdict if
guilt% of aKicravated assault, the paq
isbhient for a which is not exceedita
twel,. imoinlth, iin State' prison.
More Murder Case.
Th.e griiid jury came into court and
is, iirned -.%. e- ral true i hill-
.liin Na-.lh wit,-. was arraigned sa
I p 1 l not rt iiltvy tI thle lI r( ny of a
.I! > .e'-ti( ainii lal ith-' I'ri-'rt% of I
\V' 1{.' d -r-
I N I ti' I -r -I ,r \- arr gp -
* d :itl I.I. .til *l ot ,;,ilt te l,.rging the
::ir' f \ ; r Th~ in ( i a check
w hich lie 1 it ir, .1 .1 W\ il;anis li
jle \ 1.1 ii t if liuirr
it II Ot1n w.)I %a- ;irraiiti-d 4ad
pIe.'d nO( t iuiilit 'Iti the. murder of Joe
l--..% I ]ll v" ; .lu ,e-ville on the N ia la-'t t.1.11111a I ,:id hi-' site
it r. l A .i r;,aiii'i. l itllt for the
itiurdi, iof H I. L Slim, aliag. 6
'nI t lit -,:t < l1il, .1iaall ie1 :al d ta S; i ii i it {iI ;. a I f; I w rvti-
:illc a- ll I. i 1.' '" I ( jA *I I i th
n oi) I e l : ; 1. !-i I' I. gib i.
a : i. .- I 1e 1 l. t a ir' :irni- sie


it' I 1... .. r .I 3 i a ..r I I toIe' Rt
Afternoon Session. "
\W S \..l,.- Il,,- IS -V,, Kittser,
('Couirt niII t .et "' hni k Tli. :- -. ; .i ,! ,, ,i t ,e :- -,i- ilt I ith intent
tf il St. %. 1 'c hli ('o li, i (lha r ,.d ,, ;le i I i, II r litI,.le r sho
nv it hi -; iulf I h ,- I: Pl I ;rt : i lic e to II I. ,. i, -r net~, i a t-r an2
t11 1 at liihd Sli. iit- iIth in'I Ii I li titk ." ,,rl li t- 1 1 ii. I., -'.ir fof [A t
renird. r wais a tll, d adl H, I f he-ilaitt tmr,,. f.ihae e l .: re,.l vI.f f not1 ilty
,ple id lnot u1 nit I eel ti, ( 'rfl. c ,.lih. |,;irz,,i .iit ii lt himl
('ol "W E : ltake.r was ;aii.inlteld toe St.rlnie, nt-.- 'elre.l. s 4"ti
dtefe'nd the priso..-in r and -ludo.- C 'ar ,sl tr it l,,r lit ,l. ,,f Frank G
ter reproe. ted the. State The feel !i,,Ii il, ,,th,. iii, r 1'- fthi" wa poB
,lo i i lit w ..- orn in IthI (a-, iall....lo ts o,, h;. 3\ Ir 1 t. twing A
.1 W Te-ch feor*-matn. A .1 lIa- s.ricei ,I ,chil f, teir to..*' i.Ig and tf
'..i: I h i '.itti r-.- n .1 It I -Il \\ ) inch ,- thick t ,. ,riu,.. i-thing
Ti'.lton I A RIelrtdson The State nittci .t e ha t ,- kh, a Albtia
I.ut t.o WA Itte-.-es otel th' -stanld to t .1s1t N, .
jIroe it- It i-. e while, ,iil\ the- de-fend- "* I. i ll ~ ii 4'[, I. J Bit'
nti hmiii,-, 1 .i| ,ll ar. l in his It half ee-hll *him" ., ei i | 'attIerma
The <. 'a- of lth.,, ro- e, ltiol,,i w ne I \ T 1. lei te | I,, h.11 \V, i- Fpa .
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Ctmntiteut'c ol Ott -. e F ~ive


Roosevelt


Has Sailed for Africa


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HARDWARE CO.


AMUSEMENTS

TheI Mio srli Oirt" Toright.
If the oplaonS cof lme rt :: iti-
where the co.npany ha- .LIq ar#'u r.
gently count for anthinx. "The Mip,
sourl Girl.' which comes to the Italrdc
Theatre tonight. will prroe highly ac
crptable. In addition to the ,\r>
redltahle |Ireis lti eS,. Mlallafwre
Kalbield while here la.-t ,week. atalted
that be had witnessed the wrtrform-
anre and could recommend It to all
who enjoy a good two-hours run of
fun.
The empany presenting "The Mlb-
aeml Girl" this season is com|ioed
e( some of the LWet people in t he
thetrial profession. There It muc?
good comedy In the play and "'Zeke'
ad "Daisy.'" with their fun-making
associates. will be certain to please.
All who baye attended shows of the
evmody4rama variety bkow what the
country Rmesm ad his girl are. and
these ar the part allotted to "Zeke"
1e1 "Dae"y." .
Geed ging sad specialties are
premle-0 a ftet., GlaMesvlUe theatre-
rOs are *aawred of a real Jam-up


Saritene Singer With


The mere fact that


Sf's8 Euisin
is universally recom-i
mended for Consumption
is proof positive that it is
the most energizing and
strengthening preparation
in the world.
It warms and nourishes,
it enriches the blood, stops
loss of flesh and builds
up. Get ott'.

s i a&hwm owf s sad mi a
"WIN Wlia_ d~ W aiOW
emutr o Bmp tA mWWfliam I lna

dshw-excuse the expressilon-in "The
Missourl Girl."
Prices 26. 50 and 75 cents. Seats
oa sale at Miller & Vidal's.

Keep your eye on the want ads.
There may be somatthing advertised
whliheb is of laterest to yoe.


MISS BLANCH EDWARDS
"The Missouri Girl" Company-at The
tonight.


MORE NAMES ON TICKET.
Large Number of Names in the Race
for Aldermen.
Petitions were very plentiful all of
Tuesday to be presented to the coun-i
ni asking that certain nsamees bt place
ed on the ticket at the ('coing clit)
election for aldermen.
J A. Goodwin. C.A C(oliough. II. L
Phifer. T. '. Thomas and W T 'Pound
are aliiong the laUnien' to he voted
Ulwon for Aldernian,. while lMaiir
lu is., ('lerk DI-ll and Mar. t -h;
Arnow %ill bIt ahked to imake. thi ra ,
for the re -|pectit l c |I ao lions thlt'- arc
Io% holdingK

Hicka' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head
ache
Also Nervous Headache. Tra\. :. r.
Headache and ach.'- from Grip Sii in
seth Troublhsl or iiiumale, triul.'-
Trr) ('.pudilil, It i l i,', ,I ffief t. .It
!ii.diattu S .'ji lov t ~K tst
%,l, i.t A lv, .r'lt i t i, g ;.,r 4. %thl,,
%oU tdi A l uart-- .11.1 i ti whlt hi .4
can drive your plAus a id purjpowes
0 AAY de-itivd dehntiatil4p


Baird Theatre


Gainesville National is Progressive.
The (;iliaesvilll' National Itank ha' placed in their offices one' of the' lat
es't adding machines The uimchiut
s run iby electricity a %,r)t small
notor I'ingi placed under the' Imac h:e
that does away with the' handle uced
mn all Puch machines This is not
)nly Iht' flrst oase' to b."e iiitalkbd in
the' Stte. but is the flr'rt of it., kind
placed in the e-ntire South. Ho the
,tg'lt lInformed thi' re-|iorter yeester-
lati


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hed lyloing forJ t ~Izctia oIai


m7-e I Omly Oune

S"Bromo Quinine"



Laxative Bromo Quinine
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,! AY ibi. u~otr thte u i 1~x.41144


white wach goodxe. also the' n'ue.t
f* ,ift1,. il i embroid,'ri'se I:, i 'es Ite
lii th' second flhwr e're' sh ow the
,,-1l di-tin ti'ie iiand authentic linel of
el.e t-owar uxood) e.t qr shahoani In
I' 1 .v (tion of the' Stite. The- nilllin
r.' iarlor, we're' aglow with 'arislan
eioie'Is and the most e'ffec'ti,< si-t*%eIs
ruon the hand of Itheir charmning mil-
IIUtr. MIps Ill*es.c'itag Spacer' dooe. not
illow us to dwell on this beautiful
display of hats. The opening lasts
two days longer and no lady in
Gainesville or this vicinity should
fall to attend.

Anniversary Services.
The First Presbyterian church of
.Jainesvlille was organized March 24.
H%67. with thirteen members,. and
aith Its founder. Rev. W. J. Mc-
'ormick. as pastor. The forty-second
tinile'r.ary of this Interesting event
.il! Imw obse red by the congregation
n the form of a religious service at
:ie church this ,'teninig at 7:30
'clock
All tihe families. menimb-r and at-
Si.dlants. of the church are invited
ilad urged to be pire-ent. and all niemi-
c(,rs of sistt r churches and friends of
he church and of its n.Iilnemwrst will
* el'come'd
This church has bht'en longer Identi-
aid a ith the life of (Gainesv ille than
ian of th,' iotl-r thurche's

"O INLAND AUSTRALIA


FOR YOUR HEALTH

ROUND TRIP ONLY $1.00.
,I -!'a--,.n e e it rarh. :rhname or I.'
r .uffve''r. %Iit %uouaif i 3041,,.a
to (bfftallr 'uas imacic-oo tell~.,t
ii' '.)sli '.el %o ii'eoe 51) 81 toe ti.-
r, i- *larrh and i -thnia:,(lit
C.\5* hI 1,0, i'''i'l* d() hiI la%..~'
0.%4.e1% cernza t : I'it cwit
14 ti at I ,tIi -1i't s 4 ttonIe- ais-.
ri' tle air a;141 kill .XI ge--re,-'
ml ('ti t 4: t 1 IZ0IIItic hi- iel..I ~'r ce
y IIC' 1 1,& .' I k "-Itt I I I Ci4 14 1

.,. I'sI .-t-I ri g1,t I .%I ller- 11 :114.%re- IdIII
:ill kill the' q.ermra W ut arrh at 1lacamn.'
1,. .1 W .1 C 11111111utia &. ('I a10oilt
'~I.-.the' A.i ta IrAiaii dr) air c-air.,
;.I :atla( cMV tli '.hch Inclduce-,itaihale-r
-or t1l. t-e':tle- te',ti! e' air that 'ciou
tc 1 11 in tiI Aus i-trali~a and if It (d0e'S
,41! Is.. athe- nsa asrc'raar.- and rid mte
mi441 i cali rh *~ecuagh cocld
,)r actmlanai. e'u vans hs~a- 'Your molse-3






eu smMfriObue ILama. soz Lo0
sock. 86010maCia-dr-. ansick bedabche
.50 cmb a ar6p bm nat
J. W. McCOLLUM & CO'S&

.~ ~ ~~r I I;.e' irke't J:ail

It '..ss ha~i'v'fcacznd anything c'e-v of
1, 1- 11,-- t ttn Wi nt'I iiirsow I.,


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THE


MISSOURI


GIRL


A Tale of Joy, Sorrow and Amu.
meant of Simple Country Peltos
Handsomely Staged!
Cleverly Portramy
A Score of Original Musical po.
tures and Bright Upteo-Oe
Specialties!




Prices 25, 50 and 75 Centsg. Sos
on Sale at Miller's Monday.




The Title Questim


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Guea I14:-%1!- i Fe1, I'l.rail





TELE-PHO0NE
I
LSIMI4UTANE S"SE

Cover. the south tio Brooks,
vil~e; east t,( Ocala and be-
yond; Ucielto "'rlniflflft
vet; north to Alaclas, iA.hg
and Worthingt'en Sprirs^
CeaNI r Ieyan't A!! ntti'nM*
Wte

9TI1.1, 'W, and ~ FARlS
bi 6~ge ac1 A r A'
for I4m' )r,* V;


FastFirida Tele phone b
The LmDistaince SYstS


-JACKSONVILLE SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL


250 TRAINED VOICES
I l *, 5 ''. 1 .,
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--THE NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-
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Fur Cncerts, Matinee a Night. April 19 and 20
I .1 \ t I;I !lI ,, ,l'
r- 'I M a : c i e ,1 ,
T. T. ELMORE. 106 MI St. Jacksale, f'd


Art' you of thl number
lwho Pre afraid that
tlrtt' is soii defect in
their tit-es. ;i; that for n11 ll I'l-t rpe
fu--' to iave ani .Al
sltr;.(t of Title', Send
for our FI-EEl Iooklet
lon "T"l Title Ituees-
tion." Nne are so i
as they wh wil uttm.
\\ lilave' the iilifirmla-
tioll on(I '( i 'l litle.
--('t vN. I'oT Is--


hI


A Orand Selese
Vete'rda). the first da) of the form A T
al Pc|riig opening of the i)die ('<. | lNEJ
as8 the' gratnd'.-t HsuI.tc- In the i
: o(f their h .Ds I.t,. All da, t 'l, K .1 Iof I .
S ;-ro' .;tr I hromcK d with *':at. r as1 i
itleat-l ricutitianers anid all wer. lohusd V. I 1 I i
Is their Iprali.' of the ni-r handl.- o 'FI t I'-" I .\ V W C1
shown. and. tot. at the exc'renieI. lowI A
FRED RAYMOND'I
On the first floor was shown th Everlasting Coes.t, C
,- mesct and most authoro;atlhte. silk, 4._ _cceas.
dreesn gitodt., and the, latest fabrics In


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THE DAILY 8UN: GtAINE1m iLL. FIA)RIIA, MARCH 21. 1909


In S FAHESIF


foPage One)

woman ini the caidi
her duty. She' cor
ith the ctpltors of the'
them that the father
0 lempt to trapil then
mbroght from his un-
Pi e ,to a car line In
ft the city.
w recording to Willie.
fmough. The youngster
I A Okiapped in bchool-moy
tow d the trolley line. Jest-

b fron the car line. the
1 boy. Pulling a pair
ll from his por'ket. he"
eto the lad's head with
:T "You'll look better in
e N@ides of the black yarn
plle carefully over' the'
gga A sUp which Willie was
0 t conductor, was put In
bst It read: "Send this
1 Ne hOden Hotel double


IAgrsas "Mr. Jones."
ip s the man told him that
ls iked him who took him
g0 Me to tell them that It
. le r. J."
I vW Mr. Jones," asnwered


'"m 1 a car came into view and
*gial r Mr. Jones drew the
amfa Mhim.
WINgli you are going down
i r. and you will see your
W ones ," he said.
l tel d Willie. He swung
B ar calekly, according to the
M. "Mr. Jones" paid the
i Ae sad then got off the car
Al eared after waving a friend-

*ftk iWward Mahoney. aged
G OlWft l the seat with the boy.
'M. n mosat every other per-
i* mSlmad last night, was look-
4'ti bW Whith. So he started

Lad bates His Name.
S lp Yew name?" he queried.
ll." answered Willie, as his
W frls had told him to do.
l-lMsy was not to be fooled.
1 lM Ms frieNi, Ramsey, over
Mb ONb part of the car and
dMBW Wlile. He suggested
B lght be the missing child.
i showed them his transfer
S ib thabt he should get off at
Sl 1ad4s Hotel, and they were
Imib w wu he.
bI b tomk Willie to the hotel.
ld through the doors ahead
i late the lobby.
'iu set Oe* his father, mother
OIaBt I b lobby. Walking over
% he asked: "Have you

o% I1, boyr" he was asked.
Srm Mr. Whitla's Willie," he

S1 aamrest the boy who
iO words rushed in around
1 hefathser and his boy were
I blOlt together and the rapidly
crowds gave frantic cheers
4 abtil f. father and son went
Sftallr's room. Then through
0 ilN*" these words. spoken by
1 t0o the boy's mother on the
4hta telephone:
't t hs,, I have Willie here in
* of t sis safe. Glory to God.
1M It 18 the happiest night of

l* R p>eop|le gathered in the
- n amd lobbies of the hot,.el
Wh> were lunabie to Ket tiltl
I i"tood o the aide%,alk and
i 1W a glgimpae of the tiey
"0agai n they called his name
d %Ij 'hisl father to bring him
' i lt them look iat il, hitl
4" 2 to the re-qut.t of the
OK "0 rryting the I,,% l hi^s
41 M114 Wa ed "d l "*( '* lo t)
" O_ "s a ralk,.d I'Iilf,,r I 1,
41 I af t. he lt'h \Vhl.l.t i.d'.
5 C.aanc,. 1., (,., i ,,ej1 fcii,. F


. Famous


CARTER


PURE WHITE LEAD


IS ABSO LUTELY


WHITE


It spreads more tiasily and
smoother and goes farther
than other lirallndi.


andI
off.


Wears Longer

will not crack or peel
Used by the U. S.


Government on
battleships, etc.


painting


The Lead with


the Spread


i HUDWAE CLI
PAINTS. OIL AND QLAMS.

frightened. Willie began to cry, so the
assemblage cheered him again and de-
sisted In Its efforts to make him
speak.
The Little Boy'a Story.
Later the boy related his story to
his father and the newspaper men, as
follows:
"A man. tall and with a black mus-
tache. came to the schoolhouse Thurs-
day and told my school teacher. Mrs.
Anna Lewis. that you wanted me at
your office. I went out to a buggy
with him. On the way down town he
asked me to address a letter to you.
I did this and then dropped It Into a
mail box. He was awfully kind.
"We went from Sharon to Wirren.
The man, who was the same one who
brought me to the car line last night.
was nice to me. He tucked the robe
about my legs. Gee, he was good.
"When we got to a place the man
said was Warren,. the man left the
buggy In the road. Then we got on
what I think was an electric car. I
was sleepy when we got on the car.
Short, Merry Whiskers.
"When we got to a town that the'
man called New Castle, they took me
to a woman. She was good to me
The hospital, or whatever the build-
Ing was. was a clean place. There
was a man there who I think was a
doctor. He looked like a doctor, be-
cause he had whisker'. short. merry


whiskers.
"The people in the hospital told me
that I must do Just what they told
me to do. If I did not obey them.
they said they would take me to a
place called the pest house. whete
folks that have smallpox have to go
I walked the chalk ju.t like a good
boy. palpa. like you'%e told me to do.
*On Saturday night I was taken
away from the ho. hpital and I think we'
went to a town called Aphtabula We
traveled in a hugKgy and on foot
Farly in the morning Awe went back
to the hosplital I heard tone of the
Ilie'll ;ia ThelIr, r Il t1 lieittl llig do
hig l, ii0 1hti I gti -'s
'Ths' told riit I a~I s takinIg I a g it
th. % I .tlliI I I a laitl g 11iag 'ci be-
tii rl Ith I te, l le I J 1iAt iaet '-e


111ct. and 1 id Li ageseeci I Itt
arcicaid h it Ii'Ie-i,1t-il I ka,' %k
xtet Ila.i hktceA l 'right.1114ii
1 c1-s4 \1 r it 14. A At Ig


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CH "~et i.. Ci a ll i ic
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LARGELY ATTENDED FUNERAL.

Business Places Close Out of Re
aspect to Mr. Chase.
,: il l 4 ,1 'h




i f.,,. r h, | h'i- r 1i ; I i l I ll l ii .-


S i .i i| *I r r IY i iiin i P i i it 11
i ilted uth wMpe ',* had onlie to pny their la-t re
,,1- ts to the nman who had done Im
much for (;ainotill..
kevs.. liridges and Craighill con-
ducte.d the' service', which wan ver.
Iimpresite. and In the remarks of the
leriKy thy touched upon the ,.ucc'1s-.
fuil career of the gentlenian while .-n-
g'ig.ed in businep-s-. The nius.ic was
furnished hy the' Methodist church
.choir, who sang "'Ahide With Me" at
the opening of the service. and closed
with lead. Kindly Light.'"
From the home the remains were
taken to the private cemetery of Mr.
Chase. floated Just west of Evergreen
Cemetery. where they were laid to
rest hI a large vault. constructed by
the deceased about four years ago.
The floral offerings were the most
elaborate and profuse ever seen In
the city of Gainesville. a large am-
bulance being required to carry the
offerings to the tomb. Friends of the
deceased cabled from Germany to
purchase for them a handsome wreath
which arrived by express, and the lo-
cal offerings were all handsome and
expensive.
Jacksonville and Savannah were
both represented at the funeral. be-
sides quite a number of prominent
phosphate and turpentine men from
all over the State who had been as-
soclated with the deceased In a busl-
ness way.
Mr. (&ae came to this city about
25 years ago. at that time being a
promoter of a cotton gin roller, but
he was not here long before he
realized the great possibiliUes of the
phosphate field and engaged with H.
F. Dutton & Co. in the phosphate busl-
ness, which was practically controlled
by him at the time of his death. The
company some few years since
purchased the Interests of Ford &
Hiller. and the Dutton Company was
organized with C. W. Chase president
Col. H. P. Dutton, secretary-treasurer.
and C. D. Dennis, general superin-
tendent.
This phosphate business was only
one of the many big undertakings of
the man, for at one time he was
largely interested in railroading, and
it Is stated that he made over a
million dollars on his transaction for
the J. & 8. W.. which was later sold
to the Coast Line.
Mr. Chase's early life was spent
In the schools of Massachusetts, and
he was engaged early in life in a large
shoe factory located near Lynn, Mass..
but he disposed of his interests to In-
vest his money in Florida.
He was possibly the most extensive "
real estate owner in this State. hav-
ing at the time of his death about
40.0NM acres of phosphate land and a
great variety of fine city pro|erty.
His interests include Spring Park
Parm, turp-'ntine Interests. sawmill-
Ing and various private concerns.
Among other large schemes that he
as promnjoting was the large dry
d(ock and terminals for Jacksonville
which would hate made this city the'
-hipping point for a larger part of
the phohphate r Siavaiiinah lie, had also largely in
,-?.,ed lit. money in the proposed


Iiape.r l ,pla ti a;til thiii was a ceriaint.
foir (.t ii ll>- had noti his untimtiely
death put a topi to the oipe-ratlion,
t eita4 rai ii
Ii.- in iniife piho. sphate' lu 'ilnts'.
w ill li tiinlue aiid liiimany or hitn l
S-t rIe r atl- .ar ,r i( the Ieflitilon t hihat flh
p,;ia r nm ill w l'l I ts, t. ihli.%h. d
In r'
Mri. ('. W' t'lhi.t-ei l ail lhi. Irotfl.r
l-'r~ie .k II x ill h1 hs.trj', e'f lii-


PILES CURED IN I TO 14 DAYS.
347'/) (INTM\1NT Is guaraute d to
ire aly ..IA of it< hthig. liltnd
I1 .,liiig r I'trfrudilig I'lie u In 6 t',
Sdl,i" .r ii,.,niiy re-furdtd 60c


frflm wnman',% ailments are invited to write to Uwhe utes we
addre~~ae', here given, for psitive prixif Utha Ldia K. Iinkham~g
Vegetable. (owlsund does cure female ill&.
ChIag. Il M fe. A I Tmaaspurn" ,is Laat On.&inAla,-Mr&,.WTha oeS
ekes %trow~t. C Iomll.-MuasWi. Tinlly 44UiA16P
Use1Iey.Ui. II- iMrs. mew r, Fr 7WP. N3kb -Mv. e mma
Kiseloyksap. -r. s. Beitod~mam. Vm ME=. kb-Un. Dun Irf
1rOt.NV.-Na.1.ISar twr. ?o.w*oD.6IP.A.@asru
O"iwn 11TI I Ik*. Ni VM ro W PRoughiem. C -.s.,lI..M14"um a. Jestm.
r~arinna~i.t 1. M rs. W K. Housoh7 emsvtoAv ClseauIssl. Okl..-B&&VlarsAhr, ISI 00
Milvatakee. Wa-mmsmma a.., te 5rL

WothSYSMd. SW ga&
Xnab. Ke'otuetv. -M ties.teut Hlicosnd. iR r;.
BSr'nfl*14. M's '-Mm .Swabrahussigioseal. Sr.k~
S. Markwi1,. wb.ft-Ms
psicre em, N.. MM..WiN. 5uesmlertIft.,~Ws~e.
Kainbtregh Aveue..D _918 11114 L ~U
ftiatteIlImia, IPa.- MmrK. ILKGarrett, ISW 3W.m LsUMW
ReAvemiurn. Wi.- Mms.Cart Dabika eemy ..WF
Wsrmee~r, Mom=ts. Desy It C444d1111
0= 1 LinUML Audence. 51W~m
o&Mws. ft55M .. &a ic Mslhe.
Cineismlnua, ho. -m. 3 Msio-s
UWibeftAwes
NeOlaors. x -L ls an ULs.am
pew Invills, .L-Mira.A. A. OSiam182
DsmIsw, DL mMes. LPA. linhaha.


Meuem Aimev s, xp Pw zmptsam.f^W

OLVWS 1 0 S. I
Oft. ft IMs. =!"!ToW=9EaRL
IF W p.-Mvg.Noh, lo14%,
(Mift H43a.1=M
Mb Mi IA.-&r.&os0 smda
Mildums v24.Owa
asoew Ark-Ni31.- ed m p~
Pe~I..,IlatwMs. -May 3.LW

the poweroof JjdResK Plnkhaan's8eetbe6b i
Ulsesrm for the tue obsthe0. ies Idthi


Cbo Alk.Mr. RM ad. ertWe14 vadL
OWM. 6Z- him .A Cib


HI4H-RA


VEGETABLE


It pays the f tmer to plant only the bes. It's
question not of "how cheap," but 61 "how to"


@or bob m an d ftm ad


SWe aw now bookig ordem for Pm and other a-embl oL We
will be glad to umd so pricm en --eqi--n-.-


I. ioI SEEl ONWIT


WSHER S. JORDAN.


chdbbEtiL


0. W. IUANYIU


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE
POWF BtOCK A VLLBO POA


'ire. Life and Accident S
egmiles,,


I BLT-


EKED 86_00


A senib~lle' and succsadful
IOU~ille144 ~1113111, When ask-
ell W~hat fit- ('laimiderled




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WEf3 DAILY IN": RACNUVILI. FORIDA, ANAHR 24. 199


I" ALL

AM ns are nmw *mtiged as the
SI UL a hef es..ma m race track.

Ap Woema"'s Christian Assoel-
m ftmm igm to beorgualsed In Jack-


.* e was vilsted by a light from
Sweek. but so serious damage wat


Ibo" emoty have ealed a wet or
Ssleet!. said election to be beld


.It. IK.e s naeate of store sas
ilad a lebaet= I ta Ki Wo. and
oi Aary OIN eme of s br ch
,. ftii t"t y.


1kb "Nmetism ofI
W!, r '.Is
vIwo"W


tb Order of
wanted for
Seme would
to at eity.


A Sm iineos ebse building
oby Se MeodIdistof
lse m ou M a atrhely been



in ta WardeM.mdcapgWNlre
m Ae sAd e f ate Uli efl
Sta 1to est a mew urma h

Te wers ofseven beats were each
S.0 ead semIs a the deral
tM -m- Soarteuday faor
Uig t.e d ws o t at the aUnited
ON= v w to Onto olg.


-----
tk Sauty priemers who were
m air ends" to the Meatdeel-
SIw ; Sf &a sty 00 aJl haviNSIM
Sbeen deroyed by ie, broke
a ry alt ad are still at lib-


a t ofm are aow employed
ag agte Ia the Americs Nsa.
I adank Mae building mry
St ewer th same might be
as = e 0=020 time, whbi Is
l mwso abhe two megow distant.

he eanew Adveotier mays:
em.bse ialy has shVG w*baste
man mayther emty to
*h eewe; her rsa is as peemtive
a s obe ead aywbere; populatiom
am dea ein tome Is"t Eve years;
,pws set vales have deeedin to the
Sad*ghof tiMe. mad everything
hamtd oe bHes Is In the lime
M aSag 4 s ead deveh-mpma.t We to-.
aP yea to emO to 'sed Old Holmes'
Mad rew up with the d eesty."
ht *egeagmddh$ng whic ely a
"a ,L m 4 as Ae ag


$I '"


- inaa*inuin ~


U ML IRIgWLU

GalaseIse Peple held Learn to
Des t the Appres of Kidley

The symptom of kidaey trouble are
as ummlstaabla that they leave no
grnd for doubt. Sick kidneys ex-
ate a thick cloudy. offensive urine.
U of sedimeat. irrewular of passage
or attended by a sessatiao of scalding
The b* acheb coastantly. headaches
ai di y spells may occur and the vie-
tim Is often weighed down by a feel-
lag of languor and fatigue. Neglect
these waralags and there is danger of
drogey. Bright's Disease. or diatet's
Any oae of these symptoms 1,. Arn,
Sesough to begin triatllngi the kikt
asks at once. D-lI) uftein pro,.

Tou ea ause so better remedy than
Doaa's Kidney Pll*s. Hi.res L iaes-
t*il tI.' f
Mr Janimes Ikul. 902 Al.a h!. a\.-
bare aiietillle, la a).1 It ii
MOW 0omie title t lt I u<-d I kli'.'
Kidi1* > l'tl" aud I am glad l a,% that
I have haWd no ned of a kidn,)
remedy. Several )ears ago Ikhm4
Kidney Pill0 drmue a%) u sever. at
taW k of kidlit) truubl iati i t ithe .a-


a mIn0UOM Su
Iln iwn muIms
Ahm OWhW 3 m4~s 1h
1 have been troubled with a hronale
*4l and bronchitis for a long time
aid have tried many remedies without
Bonding re.irf. Thr.iugh tbhe kind sug-
pestion of a friend I tried Vinol. and
after taking four bottles, am entirely
cured." A. H. WileI. 733-bth Aeanue.
inaesapolis. Minn.
IL. McDonald. 147 W. Obatgres
St. Paul. Minn.. write: "I con.
traced a seve-e cold last winter and
thought I would never get rid of It. I
tried Viniol a a lapt resort, and It has
completely rurtd me."
Vinol combines two world-famed
topics, the healing, rwdt, final proper-
ties oft od liver oil ana tonic Iron. de-
IdlouIly palatable and agre -able to the
weakest storma(h. For this reason.
Viaol is uuexrelied as a strength-
builder for old people. delicate chil-
di*n, weak and run-down persons, af-
ter sickness and for Chronich oughs.
Cold a BrouchUtia.
VINOL Is eld In Gainesville by W.
I. JohMeen. orugiset.


I

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I' l.alnd Offic, l;iali.- ilt' l IS.I
Mar'h .' I '
Not'I', i hereT -y i 'rii that I i
Hlampton. Stat e Sl.tlfini Agr-It f r
School l.andsd fr th- S.tnt.* f i-,rl .'
ha- fll,-ed In this office' hi-' nalpll .lti
toi locate. under th prc i-ln,is of t' *
Act of ('Congrsc. aplrored rF I. .
1Il*1. th, N' of NW'o, f H., ..
T 8 of R 1'. Any aiInd aill r
sonp claimingi add 'rs.l. l th, lawi'- *.*
rcrltwhd. or de'-rlig tic oec ij't '
of th-' minliat nrl (harcter oif ilith ;
or f,,r aiin other r'-n-oi i t)o O I
al to appllaijant. shouldd file thoir
flda its of lro-tet in thik offi.e.
h, fore th-e ::;rd da t of April I.
II. S C llt t. It. I X'K i t

Brewer Gets Contract.
Contractor C P. I1rewer has been
awarded the contract for the ,uper-
viion of the large home to be built
by P. M. Colson. near the 1'nirvesity
buildings. He proposes to have the.
work commenced as soon a- slhle'.
or ans soon as the bill of lu ... *r can
be furnished by the mills. .


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(CmotlUemd from Page One.) Wmy M ck
Robertao., A. Weaske. Joseph Mal- Stop falling hair
phurs were sworn as jurors In the In two weeks.
cas. Cure dandruff In
Mack Combs, Tub Praser and Uge two weeks. GE
Bash, all negroes, told about the Stop splitting
m Mtory as to the commission of hair.
the murder when placed on the stand Stop Itching scalp
by the State, which was represented Immediately.
by Solicitor Rivers, while Col. Chris. Grow more hair.
Matheson defended the alleged mur- Make harsh hair
derer. In November. 1907. they were soft, silky and luxu-
all to a house, when Means struck riant.
Galloway with a baseball bat, from Brightens up the
which the latter died. They were hair and eyebrows.
-al 'Joying themselves." there being As a hair dress-
quite a crowd nt the house. An open ing it Is without a
pocket islfe was found In the dead peer-It contains
ma's pocket. It was brought out nothing that can
that the ball bat used was one be- possibly harm the
ag made by the defendant at the hair. It is not sticky.The Girl with the
time. They all said defendant had oily or greasy- it Auburn Hair is
told them he had struck Galloway. Is used by thou en every package.
oane of them having actually seen the sands to keep the
blow struck. The State here rested. hair healthy-It prevents as well as
The defendant. Starling Means, was cures disease.
swn lar his own behalf. He was For womqn and children it is the
mat well acquainted with deceased; most delightful dressing and should
there were about sixteen people in be in every home. W. M. Johnson
the room at the time of the killing. e:!l It for 50cents a large bottle.
whch was dark at the Ue.i He did
at tell Uge Bash he struck Gallo- Sea "Wentr as. brt reUalta
way; Uge was drunk. He left the
mines because oeone id he had
killed Galloway.
The State recalled Uge Bu
LA@ appeared to ave beo recovr-
ag f a sleepy drunk, and that s F urn ure
probaMy the reason be was so tardy
nla appearitag in court that the State
had to laiean a Ittachmt for him.
The argument for defense and State for
was short and after the court deliver-
ed Its charge the jury retired to con-
alder the case. They were out about
45 minutes when they returned with E verl
a verdict of manslaughter.
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning. Efarm


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It is used successfully in many
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The Siqht of the Pigeon.
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A OCMlete t@s of Hai. Corn. Ota. Fmow. rm. heal. CaeIM
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One of the most valuable features operating In various sectirem f -
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their *0I
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods 1f
tion with the extensive long distance sting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason cf this close
Telegraph Company and the other as.- arrangement between the Sell To*
sociated Sell Telephone companies. phone companies is at pos,'ble tO to
We own thousands of miles of long 'a Bell Telephone almost soIYdM
distance lines In the "even States in ask for "Long Distance" and be pil
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost aY
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, r
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation. i1 1
operated. daily in commerce and for ociaIl l
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmerw
most modern and Improved construc. citizens in all walks of 'fe ad
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important ',n ,t
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.




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THE DAILY SUN: _AINESVILLT, FLORIDA, MARCH 21, 1909

OaT ITHE POWER OF MORSE SENSEt CURRENT COMMENT.

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u it,. Cow l1.e'w I?'5 o ouM
t"S lalls ltlltl~k.

go. ebt~b" r"Tmorniag es-
____ w by Carvr ia ut he ciftY. o
powtaerailted States. poage
1106W.-: I I sr. f athrce
wepow wow V*weeke*-oti'ttyto


aM toAl coluSm MoceIntt a t2i
asd eaptsfor each additional
ilh7 sBdwe-VtWai5 made know- *

4a '. is an eight pagefrty
.'pabl bMk"d every Monday and
Smess a l itn the sews of the
so *ad gemelnt. sod wilt be
hef. eoamy part of the raised
$1 e o a year-is advance.
ni b eom due after first
t aotioe us ens otbherwise
46MkIdt. raatie met ksown to ue
eas, py for adveWf a ins ad.
THU DAILY SUN.
GAANWI'ULL1, FAA.

AIOF, GREAT PRICE.

wI& 1 Charles W. Morse. the-
bIaker. is one of those
gg hoS do the sex credit." says
rgM a Times. "She stands by
aIdI spending her last dollar
o M 0t of his troubles, se-
w emy day in Jail, taking his
5B sad advice, managing his
iel buness affairs and cling-
p Mmi with affection. tenderness
gi "ilty that reflects strongly In
t vwitht the behavior of many
A simes towasda the husbands
bit 6e been unfortunate. No one
M salabte bow much It helps
|IU to bear his imprisonn.nt to
iM dt whem his term expires his
w0 v be waiting for him so that
a M P i away together and take
' imsat of years in such ease.
agMilrt as is possible.
i dhiblay of genuine woman-
,mI ltweighs the follies of a
9 lUlM Ickle and lightheaded wo-
4a It is a sustaining thought
Iy thousands of less conspicu-
M casunuouasly do the same
041 It is what may be expected
1 11" m than the reverse. This
*9Ni PMsies reflection on the
adi We see and hear of in ,
ad Is mclalated to convince even
p 000101 that this isn't such
$I ei world after all." l

b f Matter of car ventilation the &
Public is long suffering.
I1 Idb0tod by foul air and half
tegu"me" of the heat of the
SPOs traveling in winter has
I Ih and no little risk
il, aad the risk is Increased
I l dll4r is open and a sudden f
Of aid air chqls the passenger.
Ib "fleeMsedly difficult to secure
= vltesUlation in railroad
without creating a dratt, but
IAMtemtlt had g.'*|* gie'.n the
1 Present s~Ystenm would not
bn flity. It is encouragiiing how-
b. bow that sonje railways are
m&ae to the need of btwter
Ml d improvement may be.


Whuser view may be held aa to
86igtlle. it is clear that th .
moveent haviniK for it- oh- a
Mcutfng of the. suffraKe. has i
the age when iit an I,. treated


A Sad New Z,'alieid gretgtiiitg
bilitosge within theIl.. LIe *.i'. a.tla
l *r ag ?e i four ,tf our *>I n I
d With rlhe. ae' tua a iIII Iii
^ iI P^mied in &,r.at irat.ain .r r
t Ii that the do.,,l.,1 i, t,,h I-
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Ir e'o l I I t .hI ,it I I I il er t, o
tIr' I ti- i 11 101n tlif 'r e I uttr N%
0-hI',t a illi-ti ja l \\. I nI is d th1 1
rparti-,ti-hi tl w%.i- ,' i It' i t :I To t,
It' 'K h;i It idi (lIfa I h'-curile' Ihat
o\ Illn- l i thf t r ti e C (':irtnei k tine
would hle. for conh' ftit l w hi1 tfhI I'.It
t r iso net i n wi ollil It, f r .an tluitt.i
T flicth of t. \itsof l. t il-a o fturis
l thd tromid fo, r 'unretil i a mid-
t ri Il Ti- w it r for th.e Stiatl
mnad* o ut a d'oub tif i wil e r iiir l oi

ninilv0 ,'int a ,:;-, o-,Wf -#',I l ,1 f .i. -n.s< |i
wa- the work o)f tieo jur. to aq igI can,
lIItUthidevidee asid decide whai
itateniontl wre ,true and what we.r
not: and If the jury decided that the
statements of the witn.eso-e for th
prosecution were true and to h eo l
flictlrn dtatemeInts of the wen t I-sse
for the defense were untrue. this de
cltlon must have been without a rea.
onahlf doubt. for If there was a
reasonable doubt it was the duty of
the Jury to acquit.
"Putting aside the, testimony or the
defendants. there was other testimony
that showed that Senator Carmack
flred first. We do not mean to say he
did. for there was other testimony
that he did not fire a ball. Itut the
testimony of two surgeons agreed that
he could not have fired after receiving
either of the thr-e. wounds-that
either of them would have been in-
stantly fatal. A pistol with two
chambers empty was found near Sen-
ator ('armack's lxody The jury cer-
tainly had no easy task. e.,,en putting
aside the bitterness of the partisan-
ship that dit ides the people of the
county.
"The jury acquitted Sharpe. the
least influential of the defendants. It
could not hate done otherwise. The
evidence against him was not suffl-
cient to prove guilt. At best it was
only sufficient to create a strong sus-
picion of guilt.
"The jury convicted Col. Cooper and
Robin Cooper of murder in the second
degree. This was evidently a compro-
mise. According to law they should
have been acquitted if their guilt was
not proved beyond a reasonable
doubt. and if it was they should have
been convicted of murder in the first
degree. The milder verdict, though
far from mild. shows that some men
on the jury were not satisfied beyond
a doubt of their guilt. Such compro-
mises are common with juries-as
common with the most Intelligent as
with the most ignorant-
"Without expressing either approval
or disapproval of tne verdict-for such
expression could not be intelligent
from one who did not hear the evi-
dence-we say that these twelve men
viiidently put aside all prejudice. con-
sidered the case intelligently and did
ahat they thought wa.s right A jury
uOlllposed of the twelve tmost intelli-
gent nien in the I'nited States. if they
had l.e'ii unpirejudide-'d. would prob-
ably hate found the sarie verdl't and
have arrived at their conmlusions by
the salle prot('*'-s of reasonllig
'And thils go's to show the differ
'nce bet a .en 1551k l.'a rniig and
horse soe se A 1 1ian rnal .t i e ei,'
ald not the' other inesk learniiag
|II;1v ;i.'..i t r1 llilln to t w without <..r
itain kind- ,f IhI i(;tal labor ,ut it
i ee'" (lt uir.ir.tii th.t .t Ill.i hi>l
liore |tr.i11 i .i ti-t r r..;i-oi r I-

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A severe wind storm passed over
South Jacksonville Saturday after-
noon. doing considerable damage. A
two-story bouse was blown over and
Its occupants narrowly escaped with
their lives.

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




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HILL VONDIXVOW(E.
to the' eireuit (Court. I'lefth JudekhettICircuit,
Alme'bua ('ouflij- lorlda.-Ia ('bsacern -
I,111le M. hanvs. waPeter J EvaN 3W
for Divorce. Orsa.'r of Publication.
it apt~eartnr 1,iT affdawit agopeaded to tae
bill filed ID Ithe abot r stated caw*e that the
re',Acrbe'e of Pe'te'r J EKisit. the delead&ni
the rift naneCe I%,U111611101111. and Ibthitthere is
to person ina the 'eteat* &be service of a sub
i'eriea ui-rom bom wu ldeN Sbind "aid defendant.
attid thu~t be 10 uier the site of twen5ty-one
tearu. it 1%s therefore tordered that "aid swn-
reeloc-tt drfrioetalt I-r sabd be to berebiv re'-
evjirrd to IC i.e-4ir to the 1111111Of C '(IWslbI i~ifleed
1#,..lC %&1"41 l~ iti tor be iuie-Moods) -the Nth dav
of Av l % 1 I t I IIV I i 'It t le r io the aille'dati-P11
oft %'aid bli. AlI., uee t.66i'ban t'oafese b)i said
It i.' Ifu-tae-roerde'r~edtht etthis order hk' I'ul'-
Isiaje'el uI('c a wrriL for eiacat '.seltle
Ina .. In 4811.6 -si4-W.ILCa'%Q10 4a liea'eeP&V~
Ii4.' I If ..Ael e0e."1'1 'AzedState-
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"oth notli'ig thatt T in P'laitt and
11, I 1. to whom% i, his i, -lilkh tai. tile
I 10i -Il .It h< sh itild Int rf-tiritig frltom
Il, 0lhli' life lai il '%owni the' c'are'- oIf offl he ith
l1u ;i'.in re.luctanice. antil so far the,
I.u1li< hi a- hI.,eo tI hbi asm felicitating
itselIf ,,t.er the accession of their sue-
ce,'-s4rs5 to record any profound ex-
Irr I'-- i- 'if re,'grt fair the' r.etirenieiit
"f .itlhier
Th. Sp.ringfield RRepublican says:
'"The ('ommotfer is authority for the
-tat nie'nt that 'the Nebraska lIgisla-
ture has passed and Gov. Shallen-
berger has signed the bill providing
for the adoption f the Oregon plan
of electing I'nited States Senators in
Nebraska." The editor of The Com-
moner isn thus given a chance to gain
a United States 8enatorship in 1910.
if he can repeat his performance of
carryingg the State on the popular
vote. If business depression should
continue until next year his election
would be almost inevitable."


TION, *3ALS 11 LUNGS i PIewa iS O
Endorsed by the tneral PUBLIC as the BST remedyfer
Ciddr n'S Croup and Whoeping CCoug m bm--
it contains Nothing Injurious. Th action ofB sr"lH
hound Syrup is mild and benign. it is adaptedtolfants.aswsll
dults of every variety of temperaent and

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Ir


STAIHED CLOTHES

ppedb.1 eWag t'bWI*mBoomed

=e eripistedmd"u jrQu~e.
L 4m ~m4L it Is ftmm
~ wa dnove at th" roy'al court.
~s.Ginhim msrtood so wel1 how
Ob "Poe ea mu defriemc tothe
Of hr rpel tt.by eus of
~I m~me filb a" low" that
lmfbdb @,wme~d bar' with ft-
ftmadpuftflm a"i mall? eseiated
som now he aperme
ftm lb rdcd w tequeee
eO smum tnlowed by all
F ~ e ~ s rank. The bd ftrthi
New mftnmmd gtow a
a" 0 1 taft i8m saw"uug
Of the of 00t gaveb
at vm iw fm to
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t a-of d Vft
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W"* healt d*5mMProeat d*
mainb-b"of blow111the41Sel4sW
a7tb w Few &awe. Was hOW
mmek hafta healthyand Smve eO-
Uuhh. rlleve mt~VIM a, native
~~0104 b.M.J"41W

7 Whim a ~do hOy e Otemwow-
WOO ea" MOWa Imsmu he
to%* towdle ad Raftoboe hbb
6hd swit .bmthat
doW e Ina mm toha hay, oh
4MAhOhe % ile them
toiwW. O eft%60dhwoe St.
se head dm tbat
eia Youg vmas attwen".2m
p Wat theoauube tlo-t
W Ieboa aw am tomaha the
be1peubaah"t a LmSm. thaso 10111
asbmm~. to asttheo Waininhaa
I* ad=& asoain 110448" Freach
Om NOW WOth600miWdrftethe
am SMING hS MUMham haDthe

ee Ld Umsf
VW wN bW apend whil before

AW mmhr m ad rhamalpalms. for
'.O fft jUd .a ad serueatOfthe
1m haa U& anL w~u f
hr palm n OWa 66486 ese. for
Mbe by an duwISSGAL
WHat Ho k.
It's tertinate that IPrao~ Lurlng
by ban a sowdtoblght."
"mWhat do yon mean? UIt ithadn't
bees Iv th cold the proteeor would
havewe.
*T4L-OebVbLand Plaia Dealm.
ewmaconany person risktaking
Sunknown cough remedy when
PV s M10i 3 niaedTar costs themso
mm? RIs ha mase remedy. Conasins
a* haruteldrugs and cure. the nia t
eb~atea andcolds. Why w.
peu~atwithyour health? Insist
Spas having the genuine Foley'slion-
ey NAu Tar. J. W. MceCollum & Co.
Yh: Aristocrats.
"Art, 11 4.1.. (II f ra aaL I h
4wa,'i 11.111r,"ii h
of 414"'S 0in I i-~..intai mllm111111
wtv 1 -.1. .1 It' rn lou ail.

li'uaeety In the tatiN-ut :1clyr 1th't,11h1
0t may bave the 1.furriO dl de'tnd
clause Alttchiua.-nt. Juder
Fuji-y's Kidne*y ltuady %III uir~
any cabat of kidisvy tr lsladd- it "ukt:
that Is sotaut b)ma'd t~ltiv r bi A h f 111-411
Chiit' CUrt-b thaf ILA he azid ira.-gUI41 I
tiva, that if aa&1etshted wiglat rrul ii,
bright's dicta...ortie 15 U.1 J t
McCollumi & CU


I"a 'Wat" ads. bn lrsI


Why He Wa Poputoer.
"How do yno know ymar hubhand Is
nt n ipte# oike.r p'nyer?"
e.auw. mainwered young Mrs. Tor.
kinm. "*no wPvi itokerr pinyrr e.void he
en popular an he I with other poker
players "- Wamhincton itar.
Either Would Do.
The liwer (Girl- l, had the Impnu
den iPrend-The e:,. What cheek! The
Dear Olld trular wbkch.-Judge.
Ineendoesent Lamps
Inrandwrent lamps can be eoloreil
by dipping them In ta olatkin of white
shellar in denatmed alcobol to whk-h
has been added anilne dye of the de-
Ied hbwe.


CASTOR IA
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BUSINESS CAiRD
D ogo.. 8. WALDO,
-DENfTIfT

M0 Phsm6 S1. Ai Lan DmmUM
)IL EDWARD CLARK
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W e 3AKEJtJ
ATWOBMMT-AT-LAW,
0.. UOITOr IN GE AVO RT. .

aAINUS VILL3. AMeMS 0., r.J,
oEM aIs B. sink.

ATreIsBT AT LAW$
Baimunaa Fum..


am anlowyea* els pue u.(imp
C=wwI"i SAW t ablu. I.. hi
3o A.CARtLISLE,
ATiORNEY AT LAW
Lad SGl~eswe in Eeaft
lAs so 0e Cromfoalosax WA dew
MWs hMf. es.All biasisere rema*
asmamed Ia. 01ee next dew to ow
Om". GAnMuaIVUm. FaSIMA.


U&KX oCLARK.


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Lawyer.


Practice a


all Courts.
federal.


State and


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TEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wil

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN ia


Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : :



ss,5o0.00


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


April 15th, 1909


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


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The 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 bills will be


given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t rberis M o Ou U a uo vMt,. h Nw fr eh for .......$20.J
To 8 MMu ds I Mst "Md .We, as M fr et f .........$17LN
To t rdMe h mit M s s M vIwa h f....... $1r50
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to wil! be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

--Votes--
The following merchants will give one vote
tor every cent paid Into their establishments fur
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
PhIf eror".
Hyde A Tench.
Where Vte My Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
meant of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must bh directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Galnestille, Flurida


Rules and Regulatimo
1. The contest is open to anyone living I
Alachua county who is known by the conductores
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pO
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate in
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunaerstandlng t betwte
candidates or others Interested in this cootst.
such controversy may be referred to the coo-
ductors of contest, who alone are the ptrsons
qualified to render decisltuua.
4. In the event a candidate dtcidelts to with-
draw from the race. such candidate i il aoit be
allowed to traiihftr botes to the creft:it iu1 ialrI
candidate nla the c,ateaL


$1.25--Three months' subscription ..................... 400 vote 500 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription ................... 1,000 votes 1.200 votWt
$6.00-One year's subscription ............ ......... 3,000 votes 3.500 voW
For a club of five one.year subscriptions (before April 1., 1909) .25,000 votes 30.000 vote
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions (before April 1). .25.000 votes 30,000 vo:a'


THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00 One year' subscription. .. .. 400 v %'t
For a club of five oue- .tar iultscriptiulls .. ........(00 VIt
I J 1 A. ... .

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distribut ng votes is undesired by the pvpr etors
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UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LINE OF
NEW GOODS....

An.EtNTS MRo
10Ut*IMiT%. ToUm"TUts
and 11101%VEI6EM 2.
W%evoilr areu i .e
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FPlot Nam*s.
a e lik-es toosee 'ttilI.A : -lo
afetionavite te'rmfiv.hl
Ib byhsbop ktbee;'r. ro if ir #-A er
Ib Iblag. Id.W .1o B~i -_-q a~r
dSipm anda Iw l ie' i tl o. t, ijt
Me lteJuhiiny'.efalel, m- :iv-

V a a be d iasrveere 'el tl;.it i -, ~ ,
i Wit ah aiorer-.'suel e'rt. after
I%erefOr lwo wenat t. change
~INSW ewgle. 'Ye en MAY you
P Sk here ye'eei-reiar't" maitt


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daleusy. "Wheo uers ee
0"Thegonuerygande'r. Msr!'smid
-psb~tlag to Sirp. 1 And when \l
I*UML*Mbrd that tie had *41g~e
11 hh Rie In the ierewiae of Li %e'r
Oft dY Pryhrilux ie h;f usheeI and g-

Wbers'12Y

111111 tudie by every liarent
ANis nervous. fretful. ,,tarts
*-dwip. is Past) faced, ha, ritag-

~ iigweilght. .ecu rait, I). Surf
4W4t 6Au ahwti~. t.' ( air. ic ty


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WIT" LOCATION.

Arhiec. BABY'L





collpt scarcvl' Summer Rai
ItchingI
800clated ill il*-011- Formed at

"nt ),I, f fll-kit'l and 71or.p

a las t .his O14t1 1 I w e ?e r A L M O S T
4 W bj ct (,n li i.B Y C U T I


what 1 -i,-dkt

a d fo. aMte' hnthen Ow'd Itt t
hi.k ethink, I


to-it and that
th. cala huildilkit M141 anti theP hale

dto a much gr.'atoer -madol' large bhi
Tepeopl of that cit' art. ddifri- want fi
and we' had I
VM "for an incre'i-ed .all- hp him frfest
= n..ehown tillI
viii b.herefromi titneto tat e e tvhand &.411.o
coninienctateto arehim ."'Ia.~
wINj ibe about 1111y I. -il] hae tea~lorela
will be required Ihe-re' a break it dol.
thfelafhl it aI
liect y1101 eal
raiglitic"WnueWitl
at I I. It jieof tI
IL A. Weell, of Havana. Cub;.. jiuten-viv ftur
@WWW~j Chamberlain's I found a runi
I ~~isaot iandI
Coopg Remedy. whieh I an.-irc
A k~ept thoee'rip-lt
agInaago can ro,msnivnl r tmy thairl a W.'s'k Ito
gos a faithful user atidl friend ani h'rThat
to's Cough JI,'niedel 111taut 'na '.1'fi
b my life have I ro-allz.eI Its ::";;;v, x;v I.
UW aUtflnow.-'% rites PIrof If.dinti lke.a 1
gppL. of Howe'll's American V ukon. 0 la. -
lkvaaa.Cu Its 'Onth11"tHighit
3rd our bab' auas t~ak.'ta Hillitnit of
Ift a very %e~ ere c' cld tbs.*' ii a.'Ii
aswoweand the fol iC cing, iidglt ifil. t111111. reit..
was deslitrafo.' He.coud141 h''A. 1-. lrteir
Ill im and it Ra.,. tiar' tee f*'r .1'11 '
C Ift I the arni,4e' e' re r' nnlj alj .Iit i. 'c '
bdm his breathing a%;elt-,df'i. ..It eic*
10mg think ho, volild 1%1 li~e'mi. lAsi j&r
At 1i'at I tl(''. if ..r
E rea'd y. Ct al 'Ila4 I.ia.1.
-which St. gel e ;Mid iit 'IA I
dO W relief ai~d i.--% trfill-- (!.,-
W be Us full) ro'co'.ar. iVi!... '.
W1Pd~sitane A 11dII a o l I I- 11.;,w. 1
SJU'Dt in %a) ill K t!)ait ('I I I I j 1 1
SCeah Retuedli.and laltla;:'. I
s W111e of our' dear littlet.e .
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I I l %% ;1:;t a
ChamiIl.FrlIiin'.
Tabllts a trial


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They


in their action at
trlltel liare thar f I
druvg fo-re orft ra


A way

Abooe

Everything!


YOU FXPRISH cIthROLS


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CORN WHISKIES
Blimar '. Old Rcscrvc
7 4 .
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k I .t.ri 4 '
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$4.00
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2 50
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3.50


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4 171 B St. kn ord
OL, 517-519 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Floridd


S PITIFUL


I OF ECZEMA

ish Becamer a Dreidful
Humor--Big Bliste rs
end Skin Grew as Hard

Fteeai BarkBlt'-.dS- r


MAGIC CURE
'iCURA REMEDIES





tal. I- ~I,'~l ff- .' 1 Of'A n'i

wits givitiat Ili#. right *I. ;t,.
ki I 0c1eceeakj p-I tit ll. i'* t
vWould "'um N.li tli*elt
if x0e1titlf ls.'tte'r it %%a-j. gv-
Tit#' ra"ii, ran too~i-tlis'r Rrael
iaete'ri. The- 1110-fo- feclw
*4 41. anythlin 16111t? ".rilieb
to) wrap' hit, halld'ulp t.,
Mi it a- i wnia ~id ltear t hl
tlov' iewiptwold rim. ~Then
WitI) ait .''edt 'I 11r
eeki in onhip. back 4ics'eava.
'h like- I tit-lbark .4' a Itree.. .*
e for lbru~shing wq-tild n 4
P Wait Io, feverip-h lint I
load e'ajw' 4,( t'v.'mna He
ar any 4 lth'. letla f'e
ath Ow' al.'svtv gjit'.t fil-.' ''
the- -.heaieltior Hve' wi~ft*-jrg
no-dy it) ('itiltira -Howl, f'r
C ut i.'lra Ointriwitt with
t114-41a 1110 "err' pine ft.1I hip.
flor *jimthig iii~antli in .
" ..' nfott hate 1`11,10 voara- ng
1 ae ft. I*-o'n the.. elight.'s
I irif~ ve h, i 'am e'd. I al
ri wit I.' eat i('lit ara !W j
k i..ew- t ho. iai 'is (f it ati
1.111t04 t111t0' J. W. I-.aaak.

Pwe .r:n.'ra hr.aighoeiat (i..
tw ijra ?".alkari and Iimimt ieit

if,. flitt inand:ielfail r.Z



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IS not n-iarly tVt' menace to increase
I .I~t I*0 ,r cit e .1 l theeill
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I,:1. Sold by W. M. juahinsoe.c







a~L th r,,e',~ ~
i AI t a:.,- a tpr. 'grei iu


A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
It'- (ais.n d I. neuralgia. toothache or
it ph'l Ic e ide.it I t:illard s Snow Liniment will
lch ;ai'd i ethe (tSt .ellilgK iand rt! ee tr ie
are nmild pain The great and sure cure for
I alwa.i.s rheumatic m. cuts. burns. brul-es.
S effect i bcaldN any and all aches and pains
;Il1i1.1.1 I t. % % \ 1 i I.>hny on


CR CITY f'A"SHAL
1,I the \l ,,t of i,. I ,1 ,,yf ;,is ,n

lii a 1 e. h 1 l.lat for C('a Ma r I,..
f or l e 1,o I i.,,il i Ai april 1;. I .s*,
s.'rii.d (lieh l,,npi fa.fihif lls arid ;,
clo'ntll night aijel day. aiid i n. i l' ',i
is op-. i fur Il i. -l .l Ioa
If Iny .r i duiIng the pa t \, ..,
La:. I, i n satl-fa;'tory I ask lth .- ir.-
I'-rt m.iad (itv. of ,sach ail \< r r
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t ir l l t t' i' n ',. bl l < l.-|(1 0 1 'l
; I ri'l I l; i I re-| t.,i ll % lp iiEll t
hi r- -l 4ij t j ll*: i t r ,1 1 .u I t
1- I'ilt affiliatl *ll. anlid jllfliil- to
faithfiully and iniipartially di..charge-.
the duticu. of the oMulve should I b'
'Ivecttd .d e r'ifnilv.
CHAS. C. WARREN.

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of ihe City of Gaines-
ville:
I r l.it.tfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the a)ar 1*,9. Having be n Tax As-
-,.'.sor for four years. I am fully pre-
(iared to fill the office. as my record
will .show. the city assessinent hav.
ing I .iMen increased In that time from
.& liltti ov(r $6io,.boi to o er $1.,O0.o)OOO.
I wa.s pre,\lnted from running for this
o ffice lai:t .ar oni account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
Svotes. W. M. IBRIIADFORI.

To tlhe' otTrs of Ga;lmeal ille:
I h.ereby announce that I am a can-
lidate- for ree.-lection to the office of
it'l> I'Tax As. -sor for thi year 114.,
in the election to be held on April the
I ..th. and no-t .earne.stl) request you
all to give me your vote and support
'ir tilte i,. n illoii
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain. Yours very truly.
I' R COI.sON.

Race Suicide


WNSLESALE


SGroceries -d Grain
T"r THEr TAIDE ONLY

No Order Too Large
Beth 2es215 -


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Uwheln 11:'r:, ia -ar IOl~evY .fte.'I'T


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1;, 1 s .' h Ili %% bc ay,4 I m'::r tllec
f'e, I~ I eu'~ctillt1i9:0tir"I


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'I -.41 *.1 1111 i r a



sjeit t*i' I.looi-e i jeat t' sj r


1' r "r.-e Vear old toy was badly


constipated. had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orino l axa'ive
iandl the ie.\t liirnling the feer was
gone and he was entirely well Foley's
Orino l.axatl'e saved his life" A
Wolkuh. (Casinier. Wis. J. W. M c-
('"' ielln a A- I't


THE STANDARD MAGAZINE
-OF THE MUSIC WORLD-
For the Teacher, the Studeot, and the
Amateur.
Each issue conitauins :4 Iagle of sew
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4' i|ageK' of iut,'restiug. lasprijg
reading matter, and advertisiat a val-
u. to musicians and music lovers.
8|im-lal departments for Teachers,
Singer.. Violinists, Organists. Cllt
(idrii. cto
Subecriptim PrIe :: I1.J Per VOa
Se-il 15 rents in stamps ftMr a AB-
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musical Instruments sent upoM requet.
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Publishers,
150 Tremont St. eaae, Mae..


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Te ia oo tce te plOwEM to adt IL


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Express Pa.d I', r I; ,1
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Bush & Safford---The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


5 VGmsJL NN


For


Address

I t.- ('*. r, ini tv -. a'" at TI (' atr-t l ,* r at i t .r of t ** -'>rt con.
n Ih .% with I t* int.-* NOT P4.<" I .I -TI':: \i'I;II. l 1%09




MALSBY MACHINERY COMPACT
I hotr:. 4 .- *;.rn t I.*.-e JACKSONVILLE. PLORIDA
Wec'c r)r at Jrackbin.ll-.e a i~h i ae a ,I l. t>te r tok of Portalb sad Statluas r
a lales. Do let sad SM.w MLill: as
Woe~- W orklng Maebiter:; all klues
of Saws. Beline" sad Mwill sueaIe.
We have man shoem.a, e of s.-
bled eueomers who wW teselfwy t
the merits of our oodfi It wlt pay
you to vetour PRI< ssdTIRX*
before buj l a.
We are e;ener.l Soetbera Amestm
-- for FrAPQUHAS tiMaes. Bilew
Saw MISUl A ptmal wW lagme
sales, se. WNPK IWt ElU.-
THATED CATALOUC.I





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THK DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FItoRIDA. MARCH 24. 1909


kKNO POWDER
.b.rofluftey pfre

0 COly Baking Powder
made from

y Grr c C::2.1c ( I artar
.-6-Me frcnr Gra.c--

A Gu*'cantee c. a urc,
H. -lthful. Delicious Food


V OT aAND

il si CONDENSED

4W ggNERAL INTEREST
gy SUN REPORTERS.

g^solo" sod What Is Os-
1 resonal and
gll" MO of the eity.
,4-
B mmml ticket at Rutherford's

jaa psm of Newtl)err. %as in

Th. MTcLeod of Newin rry is
I e visitors to the city.
Saeition paid to ladies'
i t mitberford's Restaurant.
ji L .Pifer of Windsor was among
algleM to Gainesville yesterday.
igJ -Everybody to vote for me
ti Meelhants' Piano Contest
L Afll bas gone to Jackson-
I hl ftl that city hk' will
I to Pensaell:i
I. L Motgxomnery and wife' of
I. were among the shoppers
Seh city yesterday.
I GFe city taxes. iooks (l ,-,.
I L The time is -short I.;la>'-
>lob agroMus. T H. Ellis Ta\ ('ol


CMartin, tho. ito-mint jso-t-
of Mel. g'3 Hti~~ t %
*~ma~ii Tusela Whiile' 11. 1-
b"n lb. BUSu a tjn.'agr~o- e-.eI!
ill.. Hossekt-o-j'e n i- tilt. celo- hiol



Sa ..*ee Iii t.'i til-I

1W"` hiula that joilolitt lie- is
7om 0C111ri'nC~ed illt thi-. i,~
3 iiidotbti,,. make- g44165


A'


Y I want to buy a ;,,,,
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Mri. M A N4-w lbrry of Ncwi wrry
was In the city yesterday.
Cedar Key ,oysters. day and nighL
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Good gentle horse ar.d nice rubber.
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Manasae.
.1. F. Moon of Archer was in the
city Tuesday. and made The Sun an
agreeable call
E. Ludwig and wife of Tloga came
over to attend the funeral services of
the late C. W. Chase'.
I. I.. Hill left yesterday for Ral
ford. whern he will be absent for the'
next twoi dais on business.
Japonicas. Palms. Ferns and Shrub-
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in va
riety. II. S. Graves. 'phone 179.
Dr. D. H. Morris has returned from
Reddick and other points south, where
he has been for the' east ten days.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
airoe chills,. fever. coliet and lagrippe
Price 2'*c. Sold by W. M. Jounson.
Mrs C F G(oodnan Is now i-i.t-
ingIK her si.t-fr at Starke. She, ,x-
l-'cts to hIe abltent for the nixtt two

Mrs. WV. Z C(haiu-, il of lia.t-tiiig.- ar-
rifeed in the ( city -,st0,rda amtiad will
SIR'lit the' li ,xt I d..- i.er l -r illih I.
husband and other relati ,.s.
F S ('url of Archer is .anioiiI the
\isitoirb to the city. le' is outn of
S' riff i il ii-iu d( i i"e' -- anld i..-
ti re a.-sisting him during court.
.1I -G riffili. oll h' e tllll of tIhl' .lte,.-
II. ct(aion d ; aind ;l wo niiof f ti, lIO.-I
; lb.'t.ai;ili~ il |I.tl r of ( '. tI ha '- w~as \ i.' lt r lto tI" it. %l. -1t rd.i%
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e\fv'en-i\ .l\ % i ti ite '--e d in real -t;l:t
.ilnd r r.ii4-, ro e lloPi-i rt e iwar hii

Fi, re~iin c ittag e to rniit e(n i!i 1:4k
,Ilj<>iii ..:, .- ui ir.- f>rnwi-.rly % 'uliied
I \\' I1. L r irti.r li i t1.% wA.tte r. lec
trai lightl- .sewer.ie. blath. and all
modern coneniitences. Apply to Mrrs.
If. II .Mc'nrar)y or Sun office.


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lthe othIe'r fellow ge~t"' tilt
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WANTED-HELP.
WANTKE)-.Messenger. Apply Tele
graph office.

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. Ap
ply 200 Liberty tree.
FOR RENT-Two cottages; close In.
Apply at Telegraph office.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
five-room cot ; :..c. in South Gaines-
vlile, in front of Coffin Factory; city
aater. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block n, xt to square; city water
electric light,. bath room and al
modern conveniences. Apply at thi.
office.


r "et ti so to .e I fl !tti l l,. : t I" idl
0 k \ .l, .;, I,. r .i r. N, \\' li

It \' T (;j|| ; ll r \, l in th( it'i
1'-I* 4i;1 to ) look aftir seo e' busit"--
iffail-, srItainiihig to her I:1l- husi.~tid.
hut will return to Alachua within a
f ew day,
I amn offering several standard makes
of upright pianos at bargain prices
while they last. If contemplatlog buy-
ing a piano be certain to get my
pricels. 'w. L. Hill.
Geo. L. Taylor of Palmer was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is the
.lcrommodating manager of tne Ipeach
orchard there and never falls to re-
member his friends In shipping Pa-
son.
Mrs. Charlotte Feaster Zetrouer of
Rochelle announced the engagement of
he.r daughter. Margaret Sarah, to Mr.
lohn Alexis Mathews of Blirminghanm.
Ala The marriage' will occur April
2'7th.
(. K TallitiloiI of Willlistoon
is the- gtie, t of his friend. J. R KEmer-
oril They hald not sti'n each other
for thirty ye -irs and the reunion war
i halpp' %ot, aas it always is with
South C'arolitiiaii..
The eni- es at IHol. Trinit)
hurchlrli tlday will (oiisii of litany
in1d I'etilitemittial Office. at ; a i ll.and
**'li IIIIK |ra.<.r wihilh 1 hrie .iudd '
iii %%a t ill a liric e e
at 7:.;': p. !;' ('oiitfirimation clat. will

\\ .. I, ti tiNo bus to Kite our
i'.-t attentionn to our city patrons.
treat .oursilf and sweetlieart to itne
Of those' xquiisitle Sunday turkey din-
Ir. tilth ittel'.- Vi'iinna walnut a;ike-
uor d-.s-rt. Tlhe llrown tiHous-.
Angelinie. dear: please gO lidown to
lohnh Furliiiurtir Seagle's and buy nme
it'- of those IHgK ."l-pound cotton nlat-
reisses. They only cost $4.1.-). P. S.:
\iingelini'. )oit will hait, to pay cauhi
for it, for that is about what they cost.
litii .Iho-hina Mizell o(f unta ';or-
*t;i wa-: .1 \i-it )r to the. city <'est.rdlay
ill lill.Ili'-.' <'llllt'w te'dl w ith tile I
Slaiid Oiffi o li a aIlrorminlint
.ite rflantii of tielit. :oitlirn (.it) and
is aIl.'o thle a('outuoillidtingK pINt

H" .1 KigIKht iof ..'.**.i Mrr> was
.*ilUllli ll.e \ li',ilt to th t <*** ( .-ter
*l;'i lite -tat ili t tile- fariti. rn are,
..II hl.i- will thil ir jpriiig ropil and
Ilnin\ of theirn ar ulep looking flne
lHl<| sto .tmii' it, Ilig i|re\ aile-d -ti'te

II II Itinro.'- andl wif.- of Ie'ini
\ l .ii ii.i l'lt .o teila. ltor their il r l ir in t
I'P '\ tl.i lI ot l'l llll lllK til0 l.- I (it'II
t.e li!eiI at t' i I t Ki0I'1-t of ('alpt a;nil
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FOR SAL.K -Very prolific variety 5e.
Island cotton seed direct from is
lands of South Carolina. Jas Che,-
niUt i:<\ ..I". Cit>.
FOR SAL.- 'ive- room house in South
(ainer \ Iill'- lot ~i2.x''1x ft : conven
i,'t hiarn ad stable. AIopl to
li tt'tinu Ale'ra. IP 0. Ilox 271

WANTED-MALE HELP.
\'ANTiL Youngl printer -ord1inary
ex\erlence. w ho desires to better
I. ain trauu0,. o act as galley boy. set
li-ads. diStribute' and set tyie oc-
-;:. io.nally, and do general work as
asxisiant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
,. Ihis office-
WVANTEK .I1Mni to learn barber trade;
few v ,,% required, I.-st paying
ork i tiliiii the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
ai.W j lroell$i 1i. teo $'-.I e e<-'kl. won-
derful demandd for barbers Cata-
logue mai'!d free. Moler Ilarber
(Collge Atlai.la Ca

SPECIAL NOTICE.
HIOFFMNAN. the celebrated German
ja l t-.llion,. a ll make this seaoll
at ('r.'ford & liNvi' tables. Terms
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All beautiful, usful and ma inu alW
warm. Nothing like fndiag the goods-
the bargain., real bargain., you eam gt
now in China, Crockery., Gliawaro amid
anyvting in Tableware at till lolr
pri Cov. Come and we our ekilgnt l t.
pe*e Dinner Srt lor $12; alWo 48-piu
ste for i0. Han imnwe Lamap r
down at first ro-t. Your dollar will bi
morn this week than ever h lore laevw
*leqrornt t of oar stown. C4U or 'pbms
No. i--bel to come Mand me-ou wil
She cnvinwd.
SAUNDERS & EARLEL


IT'S FUESN EVERY ET!
The !tread. Pie and Cabe you
eat should Le nutritious. The
finest flour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked ina the
"purity fashion." make osr
goods the most dellclo It Is
possible to produce.
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