Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01616
 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 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01616
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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XXVI, NO. 4o





66 b& Fo r &6r d Wes Lg9Sd at

esm vemwned at 9 o'clock.

Sa of the tate of Vnorlda vs.
"Vt. A D eoond. charged with
W wea eMoaled for trial. The
was reqm UItod by Soliettor
I.W m -a te dfen eby Cols. I. C.
9. .. dbt. 3-*. L Lavit.

were drawn, said that be had seven
or eight year' of experience in the
bank examining signatures. He Identi-
fied the order for the whiskey and
the paper written nl the presence of
Mr. Bllls as having been written by
tae same party, In fact all the papers.
Ieluading the signatures on the Thoni-
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*~ floaswlag Jury was swer to -- *DCN' c mu wilt wee
Imewta ape l" swam in as and shebeee cnecas, as written
i e: S. B. Chevys. J. *. -. the same party.
e L. J. Btrkhm, Jo. Maiphr Ws W. 0. Sbehee was shown ch
M A. Robortson and A. J. IDCoeta. purporting to be signed by him i
Shi a ase whereian the defend- maid that he had not signed the che
Si eargsd with torgiag t check was offered hi evidence.
111 O1 W. R. TI un" s to a check jected to by defense; objection
Owr 0. ma the same of W. 0. heee sustained.
ft anther 1r N. t ah to J. J. W. D. l)ebone was next sworn in
visa=& own behalf and denied all know Ie
Vim w aesm Wefrt g aM r the of the transaction and stated that
1 simply got the order from Wilson
5Jt. WU M Iwas swora n r the went after the whiskey as request
tte. Witnaes was shows certain Wilson telling him that Smith wa
pags. bknding e ebk a ed W. Ra. preacher and did not care to call
m hi leh he IdeetMud, where. person for the liquor.
1s the State offered same in evi- This closed the evidence on *h
jams. O bjted to by defense; objec- sides. and Col. Davis argued the %
sm oevereled. WiteaO teetled that for the defense. At the conclus
Sth goods n mthe order of his argument court adjourned u
IgN pled by the check signed W. 2 p. 1.*
I. Thi ta ns bi lag returned Afternoon Sesion.
t him by the express company. The Court convened at 2 o'clock.
arr was dined Harry W. Smith. to roomn being crowded in anticll|atioi
whM the 0oods were shipped. I*- the .ate of Kelley. charged with
baM caliag at the express office for murder of Sellars. coming to trial.
hem with a order purporting to be The grand Jury canie into court
1gmed by Smith. reported that they had no further hi
W. L Thkmas was sworn and teeti- nest before them. whereu|lon t
IMd- btt he did M Oa know any such were discharged.
1 as W. Smith. Solicitor Riters began lhis t.rKUnn
F. I. leonmald. cashier of the ex- for the prosecution in the ,.a*e' of
gese empany, tesUted that he was 1). It'loe,. charged with fl>rgelr'
ing ad with the defendant. Wit- spoke for '., minutes. wlien .I
is 8 AnS-- ed order sgned Smith Wills delivered his charge' in ith I
apm which he delivered the package and the Jury retired to make iup t
et whisie to Deboae at the time of verdict.
the letters arrest. McDoald had de- Freeman Swanson. a young i.e
Mwrhd whiakey to a aegro who De- was arraigned on the charge of c
bees had idMUtled as Henry Young vying tools to one John Jonet,
s a-tOher occasTon prisoner in the county jail. to aid
aIr m Rasey testified that at the the latter's escape. and plead
IW he arrested Debose defendant guilty.
taid that he got the package on an The State announced ready int
crder fro C. C. Wilson. Sheriff case of Jame- Kelley. charged v
adeallibd some writing done by Wil- the murder of W. C. 8ellars at [I
s wh omDeboee claimed to have got SiPringa on the night of August
ten the order from. The papers we e' 1;ooi. whereupon Col. Strlitnng.

edered I evidence by the State. to
which the defense objected; objec.
tims overruled. The sheriff stated
Iea he had made a thorough search
Tor Henry Young but had been unable
to Sad him.
T. B. illis. Jr.. Identified some awrit-
ntg dome in his presence by Deboe"
The paper was filed In evidence
I. D. Turmer. cashier of the Dutton
Banku, upon which the different checks



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.'counsel for defense. asked for the'
sheriff'i return on the attachinii-t is.
sued for McKlaeet-n. a witness for thel
The sheriff made following return
of the special enuiret of 7.' suiniiieietl
inI the Kelley case'
John ()l-t*ei. W "F ia .1 I) lai k
sont. W P hetitt lworthl Jasl)etr liar
ris. A I' Illleary t' .1 l.indsa .1
M. (lU in ; (;eo 1. T.. lor .Im-,.r

B. F. Hampton Does First

Work on Gov't. Building

Thr bltt. fur ii i t I" i I[l,, i. i I,, ,II
ing uuo piretsent a bu.> s. L., .,t
whili there are- ,iit a ai i I.A
b"erse te'iplot m d on thi at oi I1 It .j
atiluil the liMalliI I- t hi1 ii1 ,IC. ,li ,.'
the d >) li) pb artie Lhe i.ell (C -, ti,.
plrisdrt-r ili.ij
Work Ial al.stiItd ionll \ il. -.Cl.
uiruug, atht-u, at 7 o lio< ItI
Hampton made the flirt a ....t ..i ..
takiAg A las il jar u(f thil t ilh liihai h,
had dug aI. a oucnlitii
lD isl a Oiliterr tii'. Ilh i ,,ilit. Il
or the eeavatou of the large huolt-
that will form the- tAbm tuivisti of i h


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fiueft' hUt 40a.1118 aIP 4Atc4 1 t ICCI

M.lor)r. \W J. ('Canion. I M l. ik, r
F. .%. M C,1ln V. .1 \V. Shr ,-, "
M erry. C. .1. (;ra; .. Ir ,;ik P'.- ,
Chase. Tyson. J II Ke f .iid. (t
Dampler. E. i. (Cu hmitii. .1 LI. (;iiini.
C. C. Fletcher. C I. Kitl. .1 F. iBuich
J. R. En'erson. II. J l'aul. A I.
Sanders. J. H. lllnes. J. S (;~,!.d'. I.
C. Gracy. P. M. Col,.on. RI C linvi.
Jan. Harrison. R I.. Ti-on. Curti.-
Baird. J. M. Love', \W. H. iine' N. It
Carter. u. It. Itr.iant. W. 8. IGrande.
Jos. M. Kite. J. P. Jones. C M. Mec
Kinney. W. H. Guthrie. W. R. Eddins.
G. W. Everett Ell Futch. R. R. Doke.
W. 8. Moore. 8. R. Chitty. W. F ILove
.1. 1). Caldwell. C. 1). May. W. Lin-
raster. J. II. Brooks. W. J. English.
Ge~ W. Dyal. Jpe'se M Shaw. R. II.
Itush. John Chamblin. S. A. Hussey.
.1. T. Jones. I. 0. Hilliard.
Mesrs. Italrd. Bryant. Jones. Gu-
thrie. Moore. Chitty. May. Launcaster.
English. Dyal. Bush. Hussey. Jack-
son. Hilleary. Taylor. Shettleworth.
Merry. D)ampler. Grimes. Gracy and
Colson were excused by the court.
and the, sheriff reported that he .was
unable to find Geo. M. Gramling. W.
T. Jones. tk D. Kite. N. C. Pettit. N.
P. Cauthen. J. W. Button. W. J. Till.
man. 0. R. Green, J. C. Bryant and C.
8. I)ouglass
File Concealed in a Banana.
Freeman Swanson. a negro youth
-till in his teens. was arraigned on
the charge of conveying tools to a
pri-ionir sith which to erscalw. and
on the advice of his counsel he enter-
id a plea of guilty. He bought a
lItrie.- l.intana and secreted a file in the
;amei before handing it through the
tears of the county jail to a prisoner
* h. i. mns" dd U ll ... la a i l a




WOM Adt That She Planed the AbdM.,

ld $9,790 of Whi's Money.

t LEVELAND. 0.. March 24.-In the
arrest here last night of a man and
woman having $9.7,90 in their posses.
sion. the police believe they have
captured the kidnappers of Willie
Whitla. In fact, the woman in the
cat.e. who Is somewhat befuddled, ad
mitted that she had been responsible
for the kidnapping. When placed In
custody at the central police station
she said to Capt. Shattuck:
**I am the one who planned the
whole thing. There will be trouble
for me and hell in Sharon tomorrow."
Iteneath the woman's skirt was
found $9.7941. All of it but $40 was bound
in packages with the original slips
placed on the money when Whitla
took it from the bank., still around It
t apt N -r-"an Shattuck and IDetect-
ive Frank Wood made the arrest in
the east t nd of the chy. When near
Ime ploldi station the m.in broke' a :i
front Ie '(tiie. WK d and ran toward.-
an alley The official aired two shot-
from hi, re sol,.r into the air and the
man to,)lpel'l. The woman made no
attrn -i'lt U).> ,'t- ,
Woman Well Educated.

ly tllle" llaililo" Ui nrtyi) owmr anuo. a auwomn u well .
!atll-brother of the plrisone. James The woman appears Ito Ie. well ed,i-
Ke-lley. the w white 1n1nn '1w1, n IM n11-'rated and is refliued in i:hllnnie'rs. Site'
*d In jail for the n murder of W C. CSel- ay sih' .spentt tfi'e'-n 1.:s of her
lars. heard the' nin at work with the life in :a conv.ent in i'Penn.Ij.l ania. but
file and reported the matt er to the' denies that s ihe ever has .e'. n In trou.
%hetriff, who found the lo i tiled about t t,' le before lioth lith mn:in andil thei
htlf in two. Had the' i prisoners btenl oman deny the nare of e tich othl.er
gien another hour tu work in all rTh. v admit the'-. are- not atil andi
who desired could hae e.'capled from % if.e A''(ording to tfli. tiolice th it
that part of the jail during the night. ,were nntoxicated wh ien place('l itl
The special veniremen were di.- custodyl. Due to their condition the,.
charged until .* o'cochk p. m W.r notrit quieti united i 'ol. el he,1 the'
Debose Found Guilty. pold'e' and were' lo.cke.d in s >parate,
Att.r being out just onul houur lth,. ellI- Iltth wiA ll I, -. rrais, ii. .1 i I iter '
,1.1 1. the leIh' o-e ('a< -. fil 4d ilto 'lilrt ,it la"% tell- t c' t ir.:t. ,f :h-t
)iii .tliid.. thrlioigh their t u'c'l. aii .1 Iye '"ieli ae ,e t,l n teo I. t.ecti\. \\-~ (I
if l'atI r.-o r. turnitil a itlei of Capt. Shaltuck is s.tid li hat ;,.
.ullt> uas cihtina ed inI th. tir'-i (,lit iit of 'uretd his de's cription iof thli klidnalp
thel ulldlvtillt'lnt lIers froni Willie \Whitla atid this del
liois.) Murph.i. (colored. chargeId scriletiton led to the' arrest
with the nuurde.r of hli.s Ail.. .lauin,. Wil told ('aplt Shattuck onl Mon
Murpn). plead guilty to imurde.r in the. dI lat Ihei' woman w ho ktplt him a
-econd degree. and ,was sentenced to prisoner had sniallIpox cars on her
ileprisonenint for life face The woman in custody has redl
I). M IDavidsni. who had twen iln 'I'-It' on her he-'ks and appears tlo
dicted by the grand jury at thin termi hae had sntialloix She is a tall
as all accessory t .fore the fact of th thl"iid,1e |irot.atily -.y ears old The
murder of W. C Sllars. was brought nan i dark and smooth-faced.
intoe court during the' day. he ha'nig On Track of the Pair.
%oluntarit ls urr-indertd upon1t learning Y .lternta' tle (tec ti-r.e hear l that a
of the' iitnldi'lteiiet mall andl woalni anllweriiig the die
( ln iItilull of tleititlatit's ctuel)ull. I (l1 ii t f til kuildnal|p r.r hall il it
tile case' of I tl iti i .Itlirdaii. ChargeK'-d e'. te.11 tl iul-kirt.. of ctIll.e ci, Thil.
wIith the fli t url.er et f (of 11* i llr air wa! ..ti- e tltwis lea i ls ;t1il Ioiltiight l iuiti, r
e ittiillUt-d until tIhe *IIl M ti i l.11 ill e ii> .irto I l. eI l l lethl[fo it4K t,. ile.ri is ,
a1%t of the- .s-p li I r I ill imit ir 'l (\', l illl- Iin |i.t1 i n. lit i ,i- l. .un i
A t flt.e t Ih k .Ili. KI'. ,l .l i l ."1 iheert ll, r l itiL'l' .iIl It.. I,.], ;.
1) 1 I ta % I -, l I .n I III L .Itri t i i : I" I t. l tI A1 t1 I .t, i ,,

fit- .At I

S 11.11 1 1 '

teethie Wood securing the man. Te
couple staggered. say the olkce. as
If they were intoxicated. They agib
no protest against accompanyinal t
off cers. The woman chatted with the
policeman at her side at flrst m
asked to be released.
It was then slithe admitted bavh
planned the kidnapping. In the ges.
time the man att*'nmited to esMf
and the r.-sole-r shots of Capt. ls
tuck brought him to a stadad.
Whitla says he has the number
the currency hill. handed the We
nalple'rs and the police are coempfr
the notes found in the oossesslos d
ithe prisoners with thte memoruabd
Whitla. ---

News In Sharon.
IIARON. Pa March 24.- alen
people 'no 'hie liard new's of the arrsm
;n C('le'.l.ind. susl'ect a woman w&
knowii hie r.- The. woman suspeaWl
hias noit hli.'ti liin;t with her hasib l
for sN i< tinit lIut h1.'- tt'in stai
t.e'r homin' he re. S.h' .i said to -Mw
i ,ad int'imnite kinole ,l'liet' of the W lU l
lIainil and t!) ha,' knotn that IR
\ hitla wuild uiu .itiiania ly givetgr
I nii(iitt fetr the' r,-,toe .rr of his sea. I
' -'..' i'- t'e' \worni:il on whlmlt ie suspdll
'Iha- ck ii' .*- i h, r. r (e' : 1ii, t$Ad S
tlion "-'tli there vt ill i 11l in ll
ron toinorrow ;:- -,ll f ht'r arre- t I ,% 1 c:m-l'- :, v rcnt sEat

Joy In Sharon.

SilAR()N. I'. \ rbh 4-*-1
whole, 1<,r,,ita l *, S. r' turnwdl
la.t h iight ;inll It rt.< : t, id i t h'lt l
tie til. -I ittell i, e tl, l;.,,utcomlW d
\V illir \\ ital Iee itlh I father 01*

t P l n ni 3i:.e le he'. t e *Itubi lI
,.1 h .l, a : i 0..tv rdAY

se a ii r ; ,dt l t -t ],,l Kt, ,' Il u ]
I lit it I I a d :- %l' leti l ( uI rl

iia ili'l for \V illi, iI1i and Ii
!a.l3 totl 1 r, ii In tr.l,.d bNt hlBtS
tlirot ili" h tIh.r itn iriiel eh-trewitf
towni ti m' \hitl;ia hct wle"
I' :..,et I. .r.eon ii- a libled *i h
i lawn in front oi f tho hou.e t'
iand giliig e*fi. % e. rid tict' r of
lic particillt on in tih*- family JIOW
thei recov.'erv of tht, little' ,&,d
W illi"e do '.w- ilt '%#'t '.. to
h'-nd what lie andi hi- iarels
lrt t t.lIl hII ilehg I ieo- ,ut this
l i li. il .. .' ." it 0i h llttle .

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O y CaeM helld an interest
eoswe e WWednesday
whem the followlan were
Psdm: NMt UMnds, Alnerme
arstt, Oraves. VMal and

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'l- hd 1 r tl es
ameaEgi aw. a the t la.he
o, I.L balao was.

SAS ptl be pTrchased for

ovoil the &cn bank forM
tm: the
4bad SeLeC Mam=&ery Co.-

&g the beetle, of

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if a9 S$a dMer Sty-
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Lm o Apds, ew 3 m After -t
bi a Slwmp Tlat a." Nt
BS DIsrfaztd.

Appetite li Just a natural desire for
food. Los of apiwitel or .toma h dip-
tre-.s after eating indicate ladig.stlethi
or dys|~el|la Over eating I- a halbit
very dangerous to a Ier.,m#'O go-,d
general health, and Insati.O'le a; 'l-
tile IA a sure symptmit of dialvte-s..
It is not what you -eat but %what you
d;ge';t and aximllate that does you
good. Some of the strong.sFt. heavie-st
persons are moderate eaters.
There is nothing that will create
sickness or cause more trouble than a
disordered stomach. and many (eople
dally contract serious maladies asimp-
ly through disregard or abuse of the
We urge everyone I OiGanesville
who is saferlag from any stomach de-
ruageemet.l Imdlgetion or dyspepsia
whether acute or chronic, to try
RezaU Drapepaia Tablets, with the
distimet Uderstanding that we will
relaud their money without question
or ftormastt. if after reasonable use
of this medicine, they are not perfect.
ly anUad with the result. We recom-
meNd them to our customers every
day. sad have yet to hear of anyone
who has oft been benefted by them.
We honestly believe Otem to be with-
ut equal. They are made from the
prscrptloa of a physician who de-
ted all his time to the study and
treatment of stomach troubles. They
pv very prompt relief, neutralize the
Strike julees. strengthen the digest-
ie orgmas, create good digestion and
aas illUatio, naturally regulate the
bowest, promote nutrition, and create
a permanent cure of all unhealthy
We qreV you to try a 26e box of Rex-
aB Dyspeptia Tablets. which gives 15
days' treatment At the end of that
time, youw money will be returned to
yeU If you are not satised. Of
agere,. la chroale cases length of
treatment varies. For such cases, we'
have two larger sales, which sell for
45e and 8e. J. W. MeCollum & Co.,
cornerr East Main and Union stre.-t"

i new fire station made their report
In favor of the lot owned Ly Mrs. Ida
Harnett. The report was received and
idered Sled
Aldermans Broome moved that the-
followlng resolution be jtts.-d by. the
council In reterenre to the ipay of the
firemen during their service at a fir<
when the hose is used: "Rem-olved.
That the following suns bi paid to
members of the Fire l)epartme.nt for
the City of Gaine1lle for their .-tr4-
ices wbene'er they are called to a
fire- and it becomes necessary for
them to wet the hose: For chief. $lo;
each foreman. per hour, $21.. o; each
fireman. per hour. $1."
Upon motion the board adjourned to
meet oa April 2nd. at 7:30 p. mi.. at
which time complaints of any %hose
names have been stricken from the
city registration list may bh heard

Of Interest to Teachers.
The Special Review Term for teach-
era at the Stetson Normal School will
open on Wednesday. March 31st Sie
clal reduced rates can tie secured over
all the Florida lines by application to
local ticket agents. The Southern
Passeniger Association and the Florida
East Coast Railroad Compan. ha.e i i
sued such instructions to their ag,-ents
The Stetson Normal school ill
offer re ltlw cour .sl In all l if th.e til,
Jets-t In which l-eacherp a r- e-xmintl-d
for ant)ty rade iti t-.t-aceir.' e. c tiert ale .
it th"e State of Flridai I iitn l.r I,
encouraged Ihe utilil c school it.-a ltir-
in their effe)rts i l i) t llJ d tl i ati r cffi tir tit
(common ta i1hixo l t I, i. Ile S lemlic i .ora
al 4< hcik-I Iff,-r. it.-. l l ,ul.ai fre. 'o'uiti ;
I'eliat .ild A r, (lllt cd l .iat cif lI .ird:l t.-
all Florida te. ac'ti i a' ..ril 'prc ., i
teachetra. lihe al.-h to tak tn I \e it
coiury"e tiff- rtdi durlit ttIi '1w pri ing li.
I-t* Mt l aia i .l.ar, I, 1 I .,ii, c ,,- :..

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i \ ar, t | .-" -11, I iol I-' atl A i < 1 .

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As adr(lilunc fluds the beat market
for ieir)tlting else., 'hy not for uear
peroal servitces?

Much Rooting.

The first ltte-re-l -tig hi a;l w i:,. 1.
baseball for tieh. ,e:i-on % ill hb. ia.,
at the ball lot tomorrow aleit r o','it I.
tween the old O)k liall axgr.,.:atn a.,
and the University hunch of artist?..
The city team will I-e ( as many of the old l:t(ers a- it I-
lossible to get tone-the r. lith C('aiig.:
and Thomas the batt.t-r. H-iiutchilnon
Graham. MlItchell. Carter. lowe'n ain
others to follow up the good work.
and the bunch clain it now looks a-
if it is easy work
Earle Taylor will be the slab artist
for thew Univermity. with l.ang ton he-
hind the bat. Hunter. G. Taylor. Mtat
thews. Goldham and a few others will
comprise the college team.
They have already twen together
this season putting In some hard work
practicing and expect to give the- boy-
a tight game. The citizens generall-.
are expected to turn out and lend en-
couragement to the men that are try
Ing to furnish amusement for those
that like the national game.
A small admission will be charged
--enough to meet the expenses-and
the local laterest that is now brewing
indicates that it will be a battle well
worthy of your attendance.


Mules Were Drowned While Crossing
Ferry Miles Above Old Town.
On the 1Mh lust.. a statement was
published in The Sun that a %aluahl.I.
pair of jnules had been drowned while.
crossing the Suwannee river on W. N
Fowler's ferry at Old Toi)n. The-
location of the ferry was ian rror
either by the re-porter or his inform
ant. the accident having occurr-.d at
i ferry many miles aheove Old Town.
t is alle .ed
The- Sun hadI no desire or int-nti,.u
o do the owner of the fe-rry ait (lh'
Town an injustice' and (cl-e]orfull
inakes thet correction delit him

Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Chas. W < nase aid family
take this met thod of acknowledging
invir deep al)plrt-ciation (of thi tiany
acts of kindness shown them hby the
ioxd people of Gailae-l ille on the
death of Mr C. W Chase and his
funeral. Such manifestations of lot)
tad estte-nm for our e-A.iFr ne- w iIll ia'v
-*r e forgotten


Indigestion Causes It-Mi-o-na Will
Cure It.
If you have indigestion. )ou don't
'hat you should
Your worn out stonia.ch lasses the
food on without extracting enough nu-
'ritious substance to sUlplil) the blood
Alid ii r\e..
And if thfie neTr\i art. i.ut -til|pll,.d
witlh Iun.ari.-hru -u"i th. te lc-glin to r,.. <
I'ht'- kick Iup i a gre. lt e -lul.r tle'-
'h ainak "e .oU i rrlt ,lt.i l l iil .l i riikv
iiai H orr. t i tie f trill' tld '- mli et1 t 1till
l ,ot tL ll 'ieaill| \ ,t I, l II l l lal| *lll
bi.el (i. .rtt l \l n .> f up far. I h< i I I11

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Inm~cy &W rWd ad g.'ncd by


Under and by virtue of the power
ind authority vested in me as mayor
f the City of Gainesvllle. Florida. I
hereby call an election to be- held it.
-aid City ,.n
Tuesday. the 13th Day of'April, 1909,
for the purpose of electing the folowh-
ng officers for the said City to serve
for the pe riods set out herein, tow;t:
One Mayor. one Marshal. one- Clerk
ind Treasuretr. one Tax Colilector. o.,,
Ta\ Assessor. each to hold office- f i
i I-eriol of one- year and untilI thi .
.c -.--.or- are- elected and lquallt-d.
Four Allenitii. each to e-rw for a
,-iitml of two .)ears from the date- of
heir e-l.- tion
One .- Me1er of the Ioard of Puhb-
ie- Works to se,,re for the terin of
i*e .e;ars.,
Thile Iollin place', for the said elec-
ion srihiall h' in the- re-ar of thie 1im-
:;ici|i;tIl Iuliilding on l .Ea t Mminm and
law nic .' tr'',t.l ..
Thle |Iolla- shall opiin it S a na :iand
-lo-e at .1tmilown of 1aid d;ii \
A J. laCo.sta. I. A. Iit'h. rt-on.
nld A S T:ei lor air- her,-h. a;-,ioiiiaed
- I pe' tir-.'. a;ial .1 II A iitoIii.'iI ( h rk
*f fa1 .i I ti 1e
W'it,'- n i i hand awil o al cf .-aid
it I .of ;.ih ille. Floi ida. thi'k Ihe
lth 1 day. of .March. l',i'
.\tt.:( J .M I) l.l. ( ity ('h i k.

The loard of County Comnil--ione.r-
wAill r',e.'he. att their nieetinlg in April.
bids. for a si>.tern of sewerage to bv
-'on-trucitd iiin the- county jail. parties
tlidding to ...ul,rni' uitalle plans and
-ip t'it tionsa atld price of -am.
The Ioarel re-r,,. th. right toi re-
fu.t-c ;i1a o(r all bi[l.-. and ito act '-pt
-ue h ta,1 a11 I .-l'au h i 'laut ain .1-|I -citic- '
tli ill- ;a th\ lnt.t\ think lhe-.t All to
t-e olihll. t' ifl %% h i|tI ('it. % ew. r
Ik i< to i\ o ifi. r ,of li,.tard hli- :',i ,
>l.e ot \1.e iu | 1"*'t
.I ; 11I'IKIH I'hairin. n
Att'- -1 S II \\ 11:\;s (
Slhwb> r ibe for 1 Th. Siun and v014. r ,t
irmur choce)e. In the tilano cmnt*-,-,

The Title Questii

Are you of tlih number
whlio Pre afraid that
then is soiie def(ect in
their titles, and with
tllitt for all excuse re
fu.se to have an A .
strict of Title.' llnd
for our FI1i"E Imoklet
on "'lle Title luea-
tin." MNoe are iVad
as they whe w t se.
W*' l: have t e inflonrua-
tiY oilly Vl' title.

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vii e-, e.-t t< (k a al nd be-
yoLd; %e"It to .SwSannw Ri-
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and Worthinirton lprinee,
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THi E 'TiTIS LEApING .\ IL Dli: I I-sE
is IWw r,.ady witlh it- n,.w line ,,f

Reay*Wear Apparel for Men, WmMRn i

ChiMdrum Sthe New Styles fr

G0oo0 Values-Accommodating Methoil.s

Address all communications to

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j | from Pa eOn OiI

at'h at dvoc.It'- af r, ttr lir atles .,r' fe ,1",l itsntil
5 l t00 nsmaS' it ni'l"- t I l',
10 'Ia5 to the' ijrtre' ('t4li,
SW_ o btlbng dcal!It 3 iia-t r I1lo0%
$l ow of fact the' old rules'
with only 1a fe.w cheat

uolmO'*p power has hardly
hj6d at all. for he will
| ll committe,'es and
i t for or against his
pS1 will against reforms
i bH I demanded by the pn-
A good part of the credit
*a atsia is due President
0140o0ly gave his tacit atRIc-
oe pka to maintain oxith
Sthe old rules in the
S3BpnMeultatives, but used
pU't he could muster to pre-
I lgkmatiou from being ipi-
by the Insurgents and

as be ore. there are three
S the Rules Committee.
i balrman. An illustration
d qi this committee to car-
lipslroal program was af-
VWg the census bill came up.
W have the first fruits, in
owa-, of toe action of the
B Miitewe" said Representa-
'00 A. DeArmond of Missouri.
1 of the House. In protest-
tlp latest tne rules. "They
afteoi of regular channels a
t U M out In this particular
K dlh easily could come be-
il A me without their agency.
ul wtt probably there is no
objection; but what they
di Ith this bill Is precisely
Seft a ido with any other bill

l Committee on Rules now
-laums, I think, will be. made
to echo the sentiment and
o k ecres of the Speaker.
al with rates such as we now
is bms o a my and every com-
I B bl Hoe by operation of
rulst, even with the In-
dI- AMs-t put Into them.
O uld to report uay particular
I ti S0ppree during the en-
blW Comgress other measures
I 1 or say particular
i"red to the committee.
bi ha 10staace shows the
i h whicl the Committee
is eIeatled. Whenever a
S be a little difficult, apply
600000am 0Rules.
S10 d those who believe it
Sll t Improvement, one of
i it-reaching benefit. to
1 l ~mnttee on Rules repre-
e the Home. and not mere-
K-....e of the Speaker: have
0 Rules made by the
of the members of the

6 tht peaker.
Yd" concentrate in the,
Ser s that beloini to thei
t cannot tb taken from
IMP08uupon either .ide. from
0*wll say right of any iposer
*AV the constitution andl hv
Sb b le l tio I belongs to hiII
awtg being do..11. tit t111
IM hib eonftUtuent) hut toe
0" of the United Stat. ,
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tIleaisthemlw ...l Tsi*at
S ie that I a i opo..,(Ii to

S i ri otprat. to- dir t. le
Swheat bvielia tej ttihei and
it somewhere. |-,.

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The Dramatist Wrete and Drew Pie.
ture While "Under Ceotrol."
Before be made his reputation by
writttig plays Vk'torien Mardou, the
French dramatist, who was deeply In-
terested in spiritualism. had a remark-
able eiperlew'e la taking dictation.
He had been Interested in occult phe-
nomena, and by change he came Into
communication with a spirit persou-
ality who signed himself "Bernard
Pallasy." M. Hardou told the story of
his experiments In an artkile entitled
"Only the Blindly Ignorant Scoff" in
the Delineator. le said:
One day In my room with two
friends I thought I would make the
little table wbter we had taken our
coffee run about the room. as I bad
often done when alone. Without say-
Inag anything I put my hand on the
table, but It would not budge. I tried
In vain all the time they were there
to make it move, but to no arail. As
soon as they were gone 1 could make
It do what I pleased. even jump clear
off the floor. 8o I took up my pencil
and asked. "Rut why would you not
make the table more while my friends
were here?" The hand which held the
pencil wrote. "They were too stupid."
Shortly after this I was sitting by
my table one day Idling. dreaming. not
making any effort to do anything In
pairticular. All ot a sudden my hand
bhegin to work on the palter Ileforef me
with a rapidity and precisin which
astonished ine. And It kept this up
for close to twoi hours. The result was
a fantastic piece of work drawn int
delleate lines, lue almost as a spkler's
web. and at the bottom a signature-
"Bernard I'alisey." "What is It?" 1
And ny iautmntile hand wrote. 'The
houne of s,.- Julitter This wasn .iisldere-4l an imot
curlouse ly all aitv friends. wIhf kuitew
tatlu lMern. tluly I hiiadl II, uititude' for
drawingt A plat. wIi prp.ier-l. nnl
I wan given an *.t tiing t I The re.
sul,. In the I t Iimne' order f 'di'x li., was
a niir e ,'.lilT-r:itrf,' i*'*' "f w rk. thbi
ln.'e .tirltiil % -mi il .il- "l out of all
sorts. off ein ii-1a'l t treri'. 'leff. i' I tte.
Iglr islial ... nt ;Sti tihti w holh w."J tl0
Igcn ted l i N it- h,* .l .. ."f Mizirt. nie,"
on Jupiter ntl the' W,1,' iSe I4 ;111:31
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Miss Bessie Dupree Received 85.335
I Votes Yesterday. the Largest Ever
Polled in Any One Day.

The following will show th,' re lati%,.
statiilinii of the candidates iIn thie il-
ano> 'sit ..t 'ft.r Wed dlti ;i i 'w ount

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Ikerian Ellis. city.....
lesime thlpree.', city ....
Catherine Halle,. cit.v .

Florrie Strickland ......
%I. Dlaughtrey. city. ....
Mar* McCormnlck. city..
Alma Feninell. city......
Nannie Dickinson. city..
M.aie- Sanchez. city....
Julia Carter. city......
A. Groff. Newberry.....
Estelle Iteal. city .......
Je.sAe Evans. city......
A. Strickland. Waldo...
Emma Hudson. city ....
Annie !ieville..........
Elvena Staf. Waldo.....
1. Ware. lHigh Springs..
Goldie Lambert. city....
Llule Sheppard., Bell...
K. Carlton. Micanopy...
A. W. Sargent.........
M. I'ernandez. city.....
Mary Thigpin. city......
L Sanders, Hawthorn .
Ruby Albright.........

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A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
It's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment will
redeue the swelling and rel eve the
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises
scalds-any and all aches and pains.
Sold by W. M. Jobason.
Caught Them All Around.
A Moslem ruler spoke to his people
one Friday from the pulpit In the mar
ket place.
"People. what shall I preach to you
about todayT" "We do not know,"
they replied. "Well. If you don't knosw
I shall not tell you." And down he
came from the pulpit. There was nc
sermon that Pabbath.
The next week the old Inquiry was
made, and tbe people rejoined. "We
know." Wben the royal preacher mild.
"If you know you do not ned me to
tell you." And agaln an abrupt close
to the serr',ea.
The third week the people were morr
wary antd replied. "Some of us know
and some do not know." And now
they expected to trap the man. but bh
was wiser than they tboucbt. "lei
those who know tell tbohe whol do nO
know." came his utterance. and tho
people were trapped Instead.-llostoi

Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature o is ac boX. Las

In Morocco.
In SMoro'e'n t lih ptrt% aling tone is
gray la a hlite, elili'S clot hes ain
'.>ii4.a v's ,i'. t au eihet th. I ll unilde'lll-
f.'r:e. iiddlli ikel' M hl,. 1 In a tutumni -
:ill art, whilee; heile' Kan('se u"pon t lhe
ie're' atil i 1 the Sahara and uoer ill
%it lthile lild satdleillin lilgthl. am If lthe
m ili n4 tire., of shiniliig l downt fer
.~t.r ni tflit u1 h-ii' aii ti llfe' II I '"
.,,irt ,if i',r ."- I ilm e % ,,' 6 tll.'1l, de,--
lh' |Ihr;i'ir "j,,ran,','lt e:it" liih'v tIhe'
Ie'-;It i -.il '".1'. 4 :i. i thll I ] alA :i%%- 1 te)111l
,,V the' .at :l *rrl't **4 it re %. w hlie rlil
th .a nm tr) lhill illI: l.i. k tl : li ,..il..r
, ,,iire.l % ithi iA.i r as th* Aril's
: it III il i1:, S. lrk "A Jourii-%

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It pays the fanner to plant only the beest. It's a

question not of "how cheap," but d "how good."
o fif lw kIIiuo d hOf tFM adIdd
We are now booking orde for PMa N sadM olthr a..lMaML, We
will be glad to med you prices em qat.

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It sprenals it1)11 t';ivily alndi
siiiootli&r and goes fairthf'r
than other hrainlba.

Wears Longer

and will not crack or p'el
off. Used lay t he U. S.
Government on painting
battleships, etc.

The Lead with

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Th.eKM" You Us"e Aways ought. sa" whic bm b
in wse Ib, w 8 0 yensM ba berm. the ugmisatwe
~~ sa&" Me bee.no". umer I& pu%.
sed m .wv M lam ino ts Imweq

Anl Cosaterfelta, Imltadml 63a" bo4 S
Experlmets tam&t ttU wih a"giugrteb~~ d

~.ris Ia hernias aI &~a0%CU, Fw
OMlc, Dn" &" aehig yup.itsh is j to
emamswameiheqpiumme rp BMeW-ethe Nae
subetMac Its age Is Its g6mmot".'Is dwures worm
mda" ~ Feveraa Is cures Dl a"m mdwin
COD&is. trlvsTeeahing Turoubl., cues Vsmetl61"
mad Vbrml-m0y$It-mbemtes the-'eod.1va*
bsh &"j Dweb gtwm lmg eathy a"mmd -Idu*
2%oe Vhtlifms Fae- T"e otedwsrds Vtmi



adelnmd park lt Jacksonville has
-pme for the sees.
TM pavig of nrt street In lan-
gdM w if vitrled brick bas begun.

The abaaal convention of Florida
Baabhs will be held In Live Oak this
year em April 23rd and 24th.
Ch. O. Uvingston of Jacksomvllle
bam estreted $2.0.o to the Y. M.
C. A. blkldng fund In that city.
Various piases and streets I St.
Amgote are meow beintag decorated
bo the big olebratom next week.
A Oslmt -OeWy hotel on
terath atrst is now promised Jack-
mgo"d. The badm la to be cow-
plated by Jamnary m t 131.is

A yam Tampa ir recently wed-
dd Mam besm dessgd by her bus
md l n New Tort City, be leavtn
ber in Ins dr mstammem.
fT two imes ede whihek have
am bmm emiated inm Jaesa.vUle
9 enA -N work ta the o veralad-
We Wa eo -ei towed to their a desd

,,b s*h sdl tohe V ervb

*"i'dd la eet os e ey H i
As miie up to no Mang in A*ot
as m am0 w w mtiiEaemm W

al TI o bteern Jpee toane

1 l ao tmhe e ad.n ther aed
Mib W-at mad wematmy by n

t- aMbd ina d M eyesa Smeh
aa io bhe eing dows la toe his
49 a-fa d eoa ae. T hWse wamth o

Sd t am bIn e apo
e a twow adp cameM g eat hes
are he -e atte n r ger em ctpH
Mtat o e at Th; enFi sad Jid,
amtM t Wo a wl th yea
M hthee < d bmm d lse aT y m ob
da, l .a0A

eln Ii in," wbmi Li enl. "aTY
Y tu ah W" t e T ve
(e ed MeI em :n o <- I leftW
of Md, bea la NOWi e tk m

Ssurf; we bo te ain er in the ma.'s
wheita": "ea%"ae tobk Tmhe .to
Seweaug abs trel I wO1
b Man t prdo M, wth w' And thew
gmtd nMeitidual ebpd.-T. 3

pty, a is well h ow ia.Is te
sit of htu lofChiaa "ad Japan.
Vtra~m i ldrealty to the empeW.
whi is e0rd1" asw "the after and
-h o his people." There are so
reate bveritms with the Japsaese
m the four and twestly paragma
are the eljet of chim -eed. mm
On. at the paraggs had a cruel
etepnother. who was vwy fond of
lub. Never repainig at aer crel treat-
est t him, he lay dowa on the fl o
mte artee of a lake. The warmth of
bis body melted a hole in the Ie, at
Whbi two carp caae up to breathe.
These he eaUght and took homse to his
Amethes paragon, whe was of tej
Agale sas, clung to the jaws of a ti-
W that was about to devour her fa-
ther uati hthe lahtcr .aped
The dir lleet o f all the' stories i
that of Rorashi This parsion. though'
evmty years old. urted to drees Inin I"
byWO eloths b nu lraialmabeut on thee
faow, h.s ebjeut eiIng t'o delude- bim
parents. h ve rernalI% u er iiinei*.
years et ak, is t Men It i itbt.th%




de t at Ia lh teaIms mad

th tim I ethr remed kow
mime that wlfl Wa um -dLMi.arry
Wemmoieytwh uoA re m e 1

wask f wr the we t far omt in

I018a t NYtcAutmt a..The
em 'Mr a ant .ustatlc U

lefel MNt., and the atteoante
MN t als thear n 10,00 people.
TbMh WM oftmimu two of whoem
ja--n Dm.. Tii lT a CrCM. l wM
Wne emW e eetast al but dety
eamles. Det e we eft sdered oz-

0wam101 epbt the lead thropgout.
ad cmN iwo the last lap with CU
eCY a b tr t behind im. Wbee
eMe tw mrty4ve ya d fom the hl-
lb Sierll pit eCm a eatlIe fterstM
at spead ad d o aw ay treMS h
iVaL e dmtat th nt p inttha lp
e thM beadle bar related, and be fell
bwnar TTe maOeMa. however. ua-
der the trem o tupesl e p it had are
ended. rac ahead low an arrow, the
rdwer heglag lm ply over the handle
FoWr yards fotm the tape the ma-
chime sowed Gow a little. At this
poW t the frost weel of Cis. ma-
eb e strut k the hind wbeel of ISo-
erlle' sedig both wheel andrider
aeroe the tape. Somervtlle won the
rae. but he was dead several seconds
before he crsed the tape.--Cicag
eome of the Twieg They Kew Twelve
Hundred Yw*s Age.
The Ruesian Academy of Medicine
afte1 examining a Tibetan "Hjand-
book of Medtk Ine," rst published 12.:0
years ago, acknuwledges that It con-
taint many trutibs di,-overed or redis-
covered by modern hysuicans. llere
are sme extracts from the au'kaot
"Namber of bones in the Itu uan
body, to); nandwr of nerves. At; ntlm
her of press. II.t kt.tMo.
"T'e heart Is the king of the organs
and the ksta lof if.e 'Tbi lun; s etu-
brace it as a m-ther del her child
Sickness are due to .ma.'d altv. ig
norafC arasrid ia mill) It. curtb the I,.*o
,Jrc fo r H ., tl- i. f .rfr,. ith
Thw proe.r iourip hlosent of tmi he ini
atergils All unkind thughts r.as r
iu.za the he:lrt te t IIs,.r "r t 1
The Inth, a< f,,r ut-, ,.rtowiha tthcou
*tgatl tny att I* l*'6 ted ua f b rre
i ue s I I I i.o I n .. t 1. V I
I i o. f e .. I Inn, i

bick anid thjen Ito tel 4 ut it ~elSA v,., i51.4,
5)u kuta ke p 3 ecUr i'. er totp%%, i wi 11 .' 1 .I 1 1 (
*te.ij~c he ii.a I,. -.t I -e i'. te it r t
ditlta sw A."t '11, t IIFor HEADACHE--H.eks* CAPUDINE
r~si t- T l '. 1 % 'I I I ItI Iit
"I'. i i. all ar., Iim .&e it Iici II t~* i*a ~.
bt-le $uld by W M l Jht~iiee1l qe r i., i t I l4.
r' %I : iq. i a
It )uu have fuun4ad nthiigs se if tr --t if; ii c, Ir% it I
It to ad ~f'Isesl lie t Ue. V. I i..1 ''.I .. 'r r stores













Gainesville Furniture Co.
Gal'ssavlll*. Flrida.


Owned by the Sender Until Delivered
to the Addressee.
M~atv |l'r''N nr' under the iI pr'-
lo n that a Ilf'tr 'nc,.I' ut ill.'il I.e
l|onu:r the p" lr*i rly of th i ..o' Ite r. I ti
telng"q to the ler-lwn to -h-1m 1 It .
addlre'el. Thi. i1s n error. I Ulve
the Metalnl regrulantion1 ,f the I II I
Statlnf and the rulings ,of the bl.:Ialt
iourti In the land, a letter doe i t
lhelong to the address until It 1- de-
livered to him.
The writer has n right to rpecnln .,I
rain wsemlon of It |providedl he
(nan prove to the ,imtlfacntlin of t',
pouemtinmttor at the office frim wll ih i:
wain Pent that he wai the writer ;:
Even after the letter hasn arriv.4 :-
the office which is its drntlinnti,:i a. 1
tefore It has been delivered to t .,L
a(ddrePee It may be recalled by the
writer by telegraph through the mall-
tag office.
The regul sna of the powtoffice de-
partment require, of course, that ut-
abat rare shall be taken by the post-
master at the ofice of mailing to as-
certain that the person who desires to
withdraw the letter la really the ,on
who is entitled to do so, and :;' pot-
master irresponsible for hL .rror If
be delivers the letter to an Impostor
or to an 'nauthorlsed penon.
The vital pritCtple la our political
system le at the bottom of this mat-
ter. In this country the state is the
servant or agent of the ettloen. not bin
master. It remats merely his agent
thru hbout the trauemisloa of a let-
tsr. The state may prescribe regula-
toos under which Its serants may
carry a message for the ettisea, but It
canaot shirkt It respondbillty to him
-Was kgte w mar.
Rao Sielcldo
Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths among In-
aats are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or Indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea. dysentary.
sour stomach and all Infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 25c and 50c per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
When He Missed It.
The baldheaded man was asked If
be missed his hair much.
"Only when some fool question
makes me so mad I want to pull It."
be replied pleasantly. Phbladelphla
host disaiguring skin eruptions,
scrofutla, pimples, rashes. etc.. are
due to impure blood. Burdock Blood
Bitters Is a cleansing blood tonic.
Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained,


aineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
d points South......... ............. 10:10a

ig, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:2j

Leave Gainerville for Sampoon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............

A. L Glass, Cm Upt

6:00 Mp

L E. Barker, Trse k,


G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers 0ad Jobbers m

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
Highest market price paid for Chlekoem, Eggs and etis- PrdMe
A -Impl ...toac of HaR. Cay.. Oa, lrow. Bra. nemL CAm
ad MIal med Rye. We badlo oaly tmhe Very Betl gd
at Lowes Priem a d gmagte m l sl omw.



The L Distance Syste

One of the meet valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States In
which we operate and in addition can

operating In various aectiesm d
country, are uniform in tMeir
ment and in their metheds If I
Only by reason of this cle I
arrangement between the 9iI 0
phone companies is it poeWile lpl
a Bell Telephone almost 5W1P
ask for "Long Distance" an W I"1
communication with alwst ay -

connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wiIW, O
In which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the natie, b
operated. daily in commerce and for sWidP
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the faenw
most modern and Improved construc- citizens in all walks of life t
tion and are maintained at a high plant here i an important tlaki1
%tat* of eff*iency. The Bell systems., great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficiust Sevice. Esas s latest



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Groceries and Grain


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No Order
Both PMnes 215

Too LargO

.C C4 E
Any chronic ulcer shows an unhealthy artf ti '"e cnditio"
blood. It is a 1i-casel con.lition of the fle-h at t ula.r ,
and kept inflaimed and irritated lby a continiul til.t L eintoea -I
healthy matter from the circulation. Notreatn ntrin lieanyc
kct except a medicine which will renovate the 1: ,d andntirtly
cause. Salve. washes, lotions, etc., are sometunt.s h, lf1l, in,
flammation cleansing the ulcer, or perhaps le- .ninr theu d:h,.irwI
applications do not reach the bloot where the h-e tria aft
and can oev-r effect a cure. 8. R 8. goes d,% ln iato the
erivea out all ini critics and morbid matter, and )Yv nourishbing the
with rich pure blood causes the place to heal naturally and e
S. S. does not make a surface cure, l.y beginning at the
rebuilding broken-down tissue, and supplying healthful. healing I
the blood, causes the place to fill in with new, firm flash, whi
but surely effects a permanent cure. The ulcer can not exist h
blood is pure. and S. S. S. will thoroughly purify the bilo(. IBookoaj
and Ulcr and anay medical advice free to all who write.

Tampa & Jacksonville iail'y

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P e.' tj ~' ~ Y~t't ?

gggggemd1Sn,&' niatter~
m Fltor andl 11a, '.hcr
OV'jXA Ito

Og"C in Ia) luans lilockt.
Sq *IN wife3 u.Vi03
&Iiqro byasr fwrawthbe city. or
part 40 the t'.iled Mates poMtac
saw$Ia yar.. 1 mst 2Moths: It I O three

: rIWbyga7 ertimig made known M

*u.i an eight Miee f orty
~ ~orpublighe'i evecry Monday and
1*sdcontains alt the sews of the
@W~ hI Sae sod general, and w-ill be
I pilulefree. to any part of the Itaitr-d
ICamss-. for p n a year-in adva.nce.

.siuthi~bills beovs due afte first
D&OWerhres~t note" otherwise
is w55t, atieSse 04knws to as
levohe toi pay for advertising is ad-

n o young man who expects to suc-
i 10 anything in these days of
gu Motiok and electric thought
SIhave a large capacity for push
hI is be, arms and legs.

Samw of those editors who com.-
pft 1 the Government printing en-
res am ardent advocates of tihe
guarmenst ownership of railroads.
gi., fgarks The Starke Telegraph.

NMw is the time when the English
b-ge will receive numerous addi-
gs hI the baseball pages of the
ll papers. Whether or not the addi-
Ia will enrich the language is
M w question.

A temporary remarks that a first.
is eomntry editor would make a
pid hotel cook He has learned how
o bell down his brains, has his con-
nlperaries, roast politicians and
Aigler his critics.

Al Ahea county has an area of about
MPMIO acres. Within Its boundaries
MIa dalsee of lands: no better for
PmMl trming can be found in the
a; a large bodies are especially
I to frut. Tine and truck farm-

The deslon of the Standard Oil
ON which has been before the peo-
*h 1W the past two years seems to
Mbe It ler that all the efforts of
b O0Gwrument to effectively deal
9 violatoM of law by combinations
S 1p 11. As the present laws. from
till so much was expected, appear
I0 1 te alty in the extreme, probably
k raIt thing needed is the enact-
1M t of laws that will be both consti-
llmlal and effective.

T.'st the new parliament in Turkey
1ll make many mistlak.'s and perhaps
4aair its own exist.ll'., ih to be
*pected. If we in thi. country. with
P l et 0 centuries of experience( in
IPrsataktUve government. still make.
B7 "Bistakes and ha'%e ).t imuc.'h
*b6dom to acquire, it is not strange
ON ia country like. Turk.-. at aken
*i ito the life of ilipular rule after
turalet of de'spoti .ni parlianmeitaur
S evleraieU t Uiu.t undt.rKt r'\ .ral
s before it h tri^ n t.thlli-h.l

T'e income tax law ju.'t ;dil>t .l.
b' Prace folloitw, Ill, EI1ll- w liat i

I Opting a sl.lig -!'.a1 r,.i, hinig
a bs.liu1O of four it r .lt ont th,.
hIs hl ox'owe,. T ,i.. | .r onave to
Sbe popular lla*Smui.h .- in a lrltn to
h I 4ii Wore Ilg-,\ !'**r -,- it
Willia0 lI-ad t, ,bt .* ,, f .i l
l Of t at' l oTh .. tai ('. t ,-leI
J l Fiajcon & i tal t I L. 'it ,, l,tIL.,,,,,l

r.I + oi .

Tuti I~t I
4htit., ,

cu 1h

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tII i 1 .i 1 tI \. I 11 I i t t 1 I .
o iI 11 I i I t 1 i I i I 1 1 1 I *\ I ,
S Ilf l i doII t I 11 Ii i I i \ i r i t i *i '
I(< p i t i ,i< ,- i 1 \\ I I I ,1,' -
.i \. it- itr '1it lit- i t l, \\;I i- \ i-o. 'iir a

Th,' l'anit, lull ha-s | l.cons, thl,'
iIe ,t li.alltial e entl iidrtlni. Noit e e\li
I';~ ii' hili-i'elf kiaow hI*' allij r at
l a-t I !* ha n i t told thI I ewli |- .api 't
nieni hIow to h .il\,e thel Irolbl.eii of tihdt
ilig outIi ju1-i lia.It hi-l thill r-:ill\ ni ts.iii
Noe onl.' kiows undIler w hat rate of
dil.t th'lit ma\inriilm oir th i mitiiimti:
a:i 1 .irte- i A w ill t.- ail<|nitt'd t| i th,
otiitrI reull nn1i loilther iinationi .I ,
iwte (tcain lMid oiut i1nd-ir hatT rate-I the
fo4iinlitiie-, it-el.f intend that gtwood
-hall te' eadliitte-d
Senator Cumitmins. who is perhaps,
as close a tariff student as there Is in
the Senate,. says the maximum and
minimum clause would defeat the ob-
ject of a division downward, because
where other nations discriminate
against this country the United States
would put on the maximum tariff
against them.
The Philadelphia North American
has had experts examining the bill.
This newspaper Is one of the foremost
lRepublican organs of the country.
"The more the measure is studied."
says The North American. "the strong-
er grows the belief that the commit-
tee framed it merely as a pretense of
tariff revision, and then deliberately
Imposed such conditions upon other
nations that the maximum rates shall
be operative."
Some of the paradoxical features of
the bill are now declared to be the
result of error. The work presents so
many doubtful features. however, that
the work of revising the Payne bill
will be thorough, or as thorough as
"I'ncle Joe" will permit from the

D)enmorat ic side.
It is declared positively that the
committee had no Intention of im|pos-
Ing the maximnumi rates upon products.
from a country that makes tariff con-
ressions to its own colonies. Mem-
bers of the committee said the bill
did not seek to affect commercial re-
lations between a country and its de-
It was not until the language was
brought to their attention that they
would admit that Iuch a construction
could be placed upon it. Then they
agre( d that possibly a change would
be necessary tc make the bill "clear."
The bill is ingeniously worded In
many places. It is being pointed out
that it is most remarkable that Any-
one not a lifelong student of tariff
technique would hate adopted such
marvelously complicated phraseology
to be enacted into law. The bill'Is so
arraiuged that before the country can
derive the benefit of the revision
other nations will have to revise their
tariff laws and all their trade agree-
Illett iti.
To explain the 4tuation briefly, re-
6ision of the American tariff is made
dependent upon the enactment of
letgiilation by other nations.
There is not to le' found in the
Wa s and Me-anrs Committee. or any-
vahere, el#e in \Wa.hilingtona. de-finite ini-
formatlion as. to the effect of Ithe pro
poe-d law Thle ('colilittlee hla no lirt
of the nlathion., from which inllIPorta
tietni can ee lii.uade at minaimaun rate.
notr can (1 t > IIt a a.tint %hat Ia.ttill-
th. ii. liaiint i ralt ; w ill llll1. iift rce.-l
K-lin l.tt', l. \1-l Ia al i It.l l I 1-. Il'
M ll 1it l, -l I l' ill 1 lo l at 'ri t ,

I r itlla I .ll aia it 4' tlill i it ll

. ti l.i H pr. i i inT l,, ii th -

How's This?

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?, I. \ I ,I !. t I I |, rat
I.~* t i I' I ; i .l .I i l,
I > < 'O w aii* *- iii fo f t i a- :1 o0f t 1 iI I i *I
i t, ll t t I t il l- t l ,. ll l I .11 *
a a | | i:rii i- t t ** r -t I .1 r fit
1 -.* f~u ;i il' l ;ltnl -t,, 'l fl'a
t 'Iri ;tm are,- eitc '* ri-,Il. the r' i- tIo l.
.lo- ll,.tie nori chauic*'- froni the- pr.-se nti
law. yt the,' cetiimitte lir,-to.nild toi
\h:\, r, i-eld tlh, Iri ar n ld 't'e,,l rsch.-d
iila flo ii trnw .r r nifl toip hap 'in n rve'riage
r d Iln(tint ofel ilti,". of ::. e l -'r ce-nt.
Te discover thi- it i I- .-s.iry to
work back atd f-,r'h i i th, lill. to,
re,:id out#' .- 'e' t hit l '% it It r',f.-re-tni teo
;aliothe r. and that se<-ctlito t with i prefer.
.',n<- to still another. ,aiid M) o)i The'
e'ffeirts to PonclPal Ith' r'-al ,eurl,""e aolo id
ime'aning of the' bill are plain.
The. tariff ronini-slion advocate's aret
jubilant. because they s.ay the Payne
lill proveot the' committee is Incom-
petent to deal wtlh tariff revision.
and insist that the result will greatly
strengthen sentiment in favor of the
creation of a permanent tariff com-

Monarchs greet each other with a
kiss on the cheek and vow eternal
friendship, and diplomats talk elo-
quently of peace, and all that is well.
but governments go merrily on build-
Ing big war ships and Increasing their
armies. England bha Just decided to
build four more Dreadnaughts and a
lot of smaller vessels, and its naval
estimates total $175.000.000. Ger-
many, France, the United States and
other countries will. of course, follow
suit. From all of which It is clear
that the lion is not yet ready to lie
down with the lamb.


UeS Md WOOs 1mmsmeMes Abet 14.
Many women weep aM wall and refuo
to be comforted because their once mag
anflcent tresses have become thin and
faded. Many men Incline to profaialty
because the ee Mbite through the thin
thatch on their craaluams It will be good
sews to the miserable of both cases, to
learn that Newlmo's Herpleide ass bee
placed upon the market. Thie sl the new
scalp germicide and antlispt that acts
by destroying the ge or erobe that
Is the uaderlylaf eams of all hair do-
atructlon. Herpid ise a new prepara-
tion, ade after a new formula on an
entirely new priaelple. Anyone who has
tried It will testify as to Its worth. Try
It yourse lf an be covtlaced Sold by
lIawanf dragit9. "d Me. t otamp
fir ample to The rpk4ide Co.. Doe
trt. M o o l
J. IL Boldfori & Co., Special AcSt.

010 AM WOMM.

6" to si Iaan f 4.a o s..'aeaaaakomef
Pm or~w"Ob plleiemeie. eabutasettle
so e~vsComg k ge-a1 .1 "r P.us"Ofts
JmIC. :1141AII, I Seid &V Wp~dgba
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llctiXnhuitiaf -r o.ie'r %.timaitam I#eCincinnati.
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Mesa.). bflAb~ ie'evircDS L r, Jimhut J a"Iitw toSt. L"a %a caMartin. Plmng car, Atlanta to
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MUversity City.

elto soseded to be Uth
11n nat.u rM we a the mot
k-1l e-rr fu Umita mw at t or
#I- Ity i t e rior of F no
a II h. IBtBI thm t oay ter
I toa. hamf way btwmo the At-
Slf tat Oat s. romded by
*s- t mb fUtr as to be opablo
rpei-iw a reat varisty of reope;
I H I of tho truekrow
-t Mad uaval star belt. She
h the best eteemstioal advutamge
Mm wbhe are sinpkir to any
am rlap a gg Iml att reets

Sst~a sam lta el state
pm m ft me ri Flw,. W ta
I aumimeb r Ims;e hase ia
ONIONe m Gaeemmeled for

mje amdemed oWt a pres s-
*i* "s-rrist sin mepolnstan

w a earito wan atg
Bii A rABeb rn tM Wpwm--H
a s nifto m Boper war.

,r amot b *BS. a at.
a ftmm wst Veas d
6 da 99 h04bardrea
IAIh etiM lym est. of
t oofe ammr sea"
or as- t"e sinms

so on emid w'm

11~~~I we~rs edfvmit

M'e eLs. ar

oft =-- ,

t ee ds .ate.

*sho la
d T om.

Tw Advt eches.
Two harNware tors.
Wroeery e r.a.

ivO Baptist churches.
hrftlliurt ltres.
oeld storage plant.
One ws**'kl newse per.
$k in dry de stores.
Thra** omd drink stands.
Three ilnkenlth s hops.
lThr* i.loln cltgfuWa.
IEtht b. ne-sl.nt orders.
Two Etl',is'al chaburhs.
UJnted Sital,.. land olee..
Oe cboU Teleeiis euday bwool.
Two t-tr8lary ureois .

One Preb> t r;in church.
Two helar manufatodre.
0Puir real etate asenchla.
Volunteer fire dt-l>rtiu*uL
i veral lunl*-r co' iitel*l .
Th Mtthodis t c burches
A brws broad rtanslatlo.
s9ee-nifrasMh .
L ptmjew lr d ers.


First-class iewerage system.
Two fertilller manufactcrtes.
rive fre linurance agencles.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
On# Elks Club reading room.
Hlardwood Manufacturing Plant.
Agricultural Exipriment Station.
Florida Winter lible Conference.
Five dresusmaking establishments.
National Odd Fellown' Sanitarium.
Three undertaklnhg etabliahmeut.
Two of the best hotels In the In
Two wholesale grain and feed
Two wholesale grocery establish
Water "that has made Oalnevlille
The finest opera house in the State
autslde of Jackonvillle
A Government building soon to be
erected to cost when completed
arpeaters. masons, plasterers.
paJntera. printers, machinists and la-
boring men galore.
More miles of paved street a and
granolithic ledewalks than any other
towu ta the Iqtertor of the State.
An $1,000 court bouse built of brick
and stoM-a beautiful structure-amd
the lawus, power beds, shrubbery.
Con ederae monument etc.. surround-.
Ig t. make It a most attractive pic-


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a lioti whst oe r for smle. 16ft
And solisttor in qaisly
lIA' Eatot, Oou aemwisa "A um
oal retire. All bsaiaes prompt
maemed to. OU" maot door to
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ie ni,rhaants ghiI ote- and at TheI 4. In the event a candidate decide@ to with'
Vutea ott blt mail mualt b'- dr.ir t.ed draw from the race. ucth tAndild.te ill nt l'
in (Countbt L*-partim nt uf The Sun. allowed tu tran,.f.r o.o tu the tiU i. t ,1i ... .r
I'uri:i t candidate in the r ntejt.

I .1 I -A.b ,. t \ ,-
iree mouths' subscription .. ............. ..... 400 votes 500 vote
x mouths' subscription .................. ... 1,000 vote#' 1.20J V ',
ie year's subscription .............. .. .. 3.000 votes 3,500 VAJt
of five oue.year subscriptioiis (before April 1, 1909). 25.000 votes 30.9X .0 '
of ten iix.mouths' subLcriptions (before Apr'l 1).. .25,000 vO ts 30.00J ) '
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ILlf A dUb tot flVC olit- e. ..t cri1ptIV1u .1

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fhich a Resident of Alachua County Wil

warded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

ficates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

KI of Bush & Safford.


400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
g in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
r of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
15k 1909h .:..:::

additionall Gifts
on to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
r $400) Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will be
this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Srs M aw d mo fnNW~it nN e. bahe vM w.......@af.M
Siu remcvi u- -o-u i l utu i ki ruuhi for ..... ...5175W.
Mti acmiC A ofthMh .a lMIfwofori r...... ... $157.

se due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
one of these new pianos.
he event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect.- thtre-
Sgiven each of those tieing.

and Where to Get Rules and Regulations
Votes 1. contest s ope b to anyone liti, to
-o s Alaibua county bo l known by the conlutorb
of the contest or vouched for by kome reputable
>wlng merchants will give one vote person, to them aell kuuou.
*ent paid into their establishments fuor 2 No employee, attachee or relative of the pro-
b they handle: prietors of the above-named firm. are eligible to
iineevelle Hardware Co. participate iu this contest, and ailll partillate la
*ros. no zuanuler
k Tench. 3. In the event of a mibunaerstatndihg t,**tn
tcandldatem or others interested in thia. ,,put't.
ifV s May Be Cast r. ,rcoutro,.ry tmay be rlr, efe to ,thtr OD
ixes will be found in the establbh. qualflt.ed to render deciatia' ,


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s Net Occur Amusing
em by, oly 0 d I me Artists.
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,errr' *of f.I. t i. hb.rdl;.

8 ~ test th 1 1 ry n- f ""*l "f

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pm Mtplere i, the of all
So- sotr i i, d ie'l ImB w I'nfert unatl.v be
Slwrong side out. But we
aws--t at eau-hb tUI1l,11ty ID
qff.the artist's nwaaifleflent
hMM we I"ettr that be
SadditloIal for replanting
e*o v colored in accordincee
* uoWer arrangement.
amw very7 prne to distress
adp I by their reckless
thb the heavenly bodies. Par-
with the moon. One artist
a i sene towhich was a
=gmte low in the eastern sky
=a-wsite as getting sun. More-
I genias diedained the criti-
a the learned. lie inxsited that
g iiIheltM t was neces.rty for
0~61ltlok Inasmuch as the rest
&pkftu would be dextr',yed by
e -ma--the only one piwsmble iu
a ireatlom.
1i artist bave trifled wlhi the
Ifg tuarig Its ctnvellty a way
bgot sea. which KI, of course. ln
li ature. In one picture th
go mwe placed near the econitellii-
iBitk tG eat Bear. though an a
iMoflfatf the satellite never ven
S Mi this part of the havens.
Sare,. too. oft recurrlu error.
b the bulk of the hrl. An
hie astronomer namus4d himself
Mgarin the moon4,'I In a mniiinler
hplitl e. Hle e,(aillshed te ifait
it se kolanxg froinl the s.1atllite's
OR# average bright ,f 4thei hills in

Qh doae'alweu w-aefoirty-i hre'e
4ftOwof the rneoutitiinq. Imleed.
lbotopeodoes altitude tof a bun-

AMof old time U era' e fteii vu,
A ndp w ining. so-nactitueg no--e'smari-
*mmm of the' h141l. % 1-1ti44
6r gb ~mnce cof the 1per!- -d A
Or artit ant~d the' gA.cOtlle-t f
w it wfll chlpped Is, erdr:-,Ir
UM U trimmre'd I%:d.. tn'td.tie
Be Ureught III all 11111 0 4.CV.'
hE Ui 5e't we-re I,#. ..III- '~~i
lb per e nce4 Blut thi'e w i'e
aemt Apply to a ht-II ,11pi'!':-if
Tb~ ithowtli-ud 1hr.ih. h:0, at it tit

IN this r-u telat:r ..
ft There hli- r.! -4-n a-1w eitmrte'
INIDMM f the' .-bielre-iit4Israeli
~igthe Red8s141wilth 11.11skets ion
7 A;NhOSldre. A 1-mlue'ii cl 1 'ely
a1ft m Aux~isturic o arr i,& -rthe'
11I9t5t5)~n e e-ttury li ti'%4,14
IIA hpb IFIC In L.ueid.0sr1t"t Ifinst

L ?W e d" -i gia. w hic 1.4. e '~.ui-dite
tks w it h b nh i t-tietl l iit% e In i th e
nodh Fd OUP (of thje hs'r anarat

1y a child As t1 ns wl iiSuie' icder
0111"b" PQuh,-ej i-ve~rtbat "hiesna'
h0 6 on f whib the'Nevl.,I T.-a
MWqwaks It Is Wit ailwailqcune~ier.
ad that thi wls R Wa Nll; -f iacit Ii~i
titw". left tee41 S411i111111i Interuzer.
h 'bvrt"&sts Illuis.'itiii:llgte fBhil,..
won aj t I-yJot, 1i1 17-:13. I-. id-tut,'
as 49M'e ofit 1wm'41.rt-. aiizi lareae
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I C-,trlmra lAf nomer

The -
General Demand ,.State Officer.:
of the We.ll Inf,.r:-.I of t,. W,ll hal G t rn r A W. U.-i--t,.
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ai'a'Imen for a -vti~p~rle, 'a-ant and'
r'I~iea':,t lijtiv! r'n,.%lv()f knows
va1414. a lpht%. ,'iw i uisn%Ie could

pone'nt part,4 ,m- ktsm.r1tv them to be
whe44%.rne -inl tritly iwnt-ficial in effect,

acepp'itilele'I.to e*-.'r p Il ', t

H4cretary of Statc--l. Clay
ford. Tallsha. C- .
'Comptrolhtr-A C. Croom.,

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In ccry household there should be good liquor for family or medicinal purposes. Our
,evrv n ackagLe that leaves our house. And we know $ou will find real comfort ii

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Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallaha*
Attorw i t,.:.e'rwl-Park M Tritt,

iiiiiiiii!--il~itio r e'4-f %r eult'iin' It I.

-1 Niz ti ll'~f i 5, I 1, -'I I v S rup
*.'' I,.-, w-o- I .11l 'it, .7 !Ii AI*11 .5 1. 1 i ri ies
-n Ilt-m-utril. *1rth- hvIlie etiv' fit- renark.
I'hit is one- of winy reawmiit Why
!4-r of -I,-ag's an-I:L:A~rirf %~-;,tna Ik' live

liii,! IAm~ay. Tmelhdhia!-iwi-I
Pitse-islfle-t (oft he' E*iiate'- Uliut V
flarri., haey We it.

County Officers:
Clerk andl Amditor-S. H. Wie'nzs..

the pr-f-edrie by the Well-Informed. Gai,.- Mil.
To get ite Ibwneficial ciTeIct always ubuy, silt. Public Instruction -Dr. J. L
the genuine-manufacture' by the Call- Kelle., (;ains illk..
foria Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale Shriff P. (G. Ramsey, Gainesville.
by all leading druggists. Price ffty cent County Judge-ll. G. Mason, Gaines
per bottle. ville.
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson. Gaines-
excr. they did noit exist Iinthe Irior to the fourth centuryy A. I. Tax Collector-W. D. DIckinson.
A c'urli.i Illutr:tlion of the liliulta Gainesville.
te:. s.ft vii gre::Iu.t louy '-i man-tii.-e 1- Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Galnes-
Iril.ie l< ITn i(n01 .f l4 'i'- i ii, .r ville..
:un i ,, ill:"sI''. h'. T I8 .a-iy Bel I Bupervisor Registration-J. C. Mc-
knw that the t.l l. I Ite .l,,thI. It.- StGrew. Gainesville.

l';tle'. the klniis n ai f..rks ;:'i.l ilt County Commissioners-Johu G.
e'.ll ir, \ ,re li.i|l-.1lii;i,,.s. i ih1. I)amnpier. Chairman, Hagut.; J. F.
see':', heI .1 do.-Ig,.el to l,, rr ~. Tlw Townsend. Camprille; J. W. May.
eastern e' his ,Iu* 4.',t ,1441.u no t;il .:,. no chalrs,. O. P. Cannon, Gainesvllle.
no forks. Iut ,;:u:ttel tlnt a e.ominon tMembers School Board -R. B.
di.h :.zal e fr:nm It with their fingers. Weeks. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
littsl.org losut. Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
LABRADOR MOSQUITOES. State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Terrible Pest to Travelers and Native$ Members House-Syd L. Carter,
In the Northland. l. .
in.. tht t L cn Gainesville; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
N-o nn,-.,ount of traietl i -I'ler:nliirran
Ib o'iin ,'e* w lloilln w .o l nl l n;tlio|

thet te~rtilsle' of't itii' e..jifloov5. 'I lit"4
4-r# er I :a 3 -:i~ 4 lore'se't III Iifliid41-tiw

lifeh nhluaset xalsarnble.
Seethaisig .-iuhd be heard btoitTheir
Iu,.z'in.z V.'Weni-'e-r .west tempitoe'eh tqee
4 it t!i4.m ,rtI (1, aev'. tii#'our It!Iro'aris awl

City Officers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-Il. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-II. R. Colson.
Tex Collector-T. II. Ellis. Sr
Clerk and Trea.surer J. Maxey Ikil.
City Attorney W. S lroome."

aii c ur ves iin:d f i. lid i. s,.i; iloard of Alermen-T. W. Stands.
f lr l -':il iI-ets .m1ied t!y d'"le 141 'ere' Presit. ::e <;e.t K I:roome. S. J. Bur-
, lwaivys lsillvy it tenii. Theis I:iVtei\" n>ett. E. Cannon. H. S. Graves. S
oieml'::e teo liiiedl tI'i-i : i> ii--t ;,.- ;,.' :i .i SUoii,. A. L. Vidal.
Mue tliedl. tliheir I'-ni lyl Ih r.i id Ioard of Public Works-H. E. Tav-
S.:,l tc i. 1 n 1 ; o d t ue lor. Chairman; W. W. llampnton. secret.
,,I unf..rl .ii:iAle 'i I ,' :iul- hlt uli t n i ta
il;'ht \wit! t ir,,t, ti,, ht ,ul I tar- If. F. D utton. EI .!. Ilaird.I.1 I .
e-it !i.r er:',yt or dead'l ly rliionriing Vidal.
( Sir lent's I ere |irsovided, wai a flnue
inesih h,11,hiet ilinr terlnt. Ibut som -e' FOR CITY MARSHAL.
woultl l.rn3 tfludi tlir i uay side r ro the Voters of the City of Gaines.
, i itne il.l fr-,ii tIhe' gr uild. At tIlties
,sir li::h ,t ;:'Ir.i, Ic-l l'rje-ll Ire. t v"
* i oi.lh 1 it, If..u itr ii u 'r. it r:iil-,'. am a candidate for City Marshal.
for thei (cl.on i.t t i ilin: s-f Ilu1t iin-- for re-cl'-ction on April 13. 1 have
hilliie.- : :I i:lt tIlIe' ;i I iw4 soun, l'1l o4 serl td .the people faithfully and etlt-
.\ it-ily li.l r.: ii thi t i it 1' lmii?..;:lld' -h'iintly, night and day, and am y record
to itl elI ti dlTff-n'!i Is ( pei for insi.l-ction.
iin tii.' i, iIi'l ii f isla I' i Il;, tAi If my service during the past year
ob.e. r\:ltin el' .air1. fr hInltitleh lieitl
o,.,rv..t:de 1 s,;,-:r f'A itl-.114l1 -thas twen tati.-factory I ask the sup-
lot kc Ii lit ,hel- e'I ,liil-'hi tel tloiu t Ilhe port and vote of each and every citi-
arti. l..l lihorizoi. We unfortunately zen who Is qualified. I can only
had. i.. lhiltin.e'y. I:il the" i'l.6.iNiilt.'s promnise the sanei s-ri ice as I have
IIw:aniilied .0 thirkly that wiihilioit tliis .e: dt-aioirtd to ghe in the past.
pirot, t' ii 'i in' .i'ii \.i- *U,ii ly I Yuours for order,
unithitri.-I Thenre- %\rer1 I,1t fe.i Il.'Ilit tIPEN T AltNOW.
e*'s,- c n.l i i:h lt i ,l'Ye li i itI\ relief --
,+t't' I ,liiel lie it re-, el :a I,, l' I
lure l.ihi at tfe rd.re ,ft actual I take this method of informing the.

fret 1& .i: t 1 ,si1.t h -sl aret elil public tLat I ami a candidate for City
St n rea ,iii Ni.lr-hl31 at the electlioli to be held on
1Airil 13, 1909. I renlie'tfully iolilit

Sun "Want" ads. bring results. the support of all voters. irrespectie

The Tenderfoot Fanner

It wee one of thc.e ctperimental frneris, whe pt dress
specteclet on his cow and led her shavogs. Hi tbeery
wase# thet it dida' matter what the cow ste o loag m she
wae led. The queatio o dso mestm ad meslhmLees had
at entered into hiM eaculatiews.
It's s ly a "teederfo" farmer tea wuald Itry
as enperimeat with a sow. But m y a farmer feede Em.
$4 regardless of didetioa and utritiom. 1.- might almoe a* well eat sho
ings for all the good he gets out nof hi food. The result is that the stomach
grows "week" the action of the orgsme of digestion and nutrition are impelied
and the man s.rs the miseries of dyspepsa and the agoies. of iervouasse.
To setreleeW the ftmMePk. eAfefte the settvtiy of te @-
oams et dieerlfte tl and .M atEt &al d "s M be p e wve
*a* IDP. P/e'te'a Golde* Medleal Difmere". Itt s On edo
9lungt emFead, Me Ah- th ee* 4** eeee 1 phalesa- -
oell as the parn ae f ead, **eel.t e r ~e
la the strictest msesm "Golde Medical Discovery" i timpere ne mea
else. It contains neither intoxicas maor mnrevti, sad is as fre frm aleeel
as from opium, coeie eand other deamro drogs. All ingrediese primd as
ift outside wrapper.
Doa't let a dealer delude you for hi ewe profit. There i se medilene hr
stomach, liver and blood "ust am good" as "CGoldea Medical Discovry."


Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun



This Coupon may i e cas at The San office or at either of thei store m
Merted with the contet. NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 1, 190

of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the ofce should I beo
elected. Respcrtfullv.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines- For the Teacher, the Studet, aWd the
ville: Amater.
I respectrfully announce myself a Each issue contains 24 pages of new
candidate for City Tax Assessor for and standard music. vocal and la-
th. yepr 1909. Having been Tax As- instrumental. (Retail value at least
,essor for four )ears. I am fully pre- $3.00.I
pared to fill the office, as my record 48 pges. of interesting. lspirli
will show, the city assessment hav- reading matter, and adverUtisng of var
ing been Increased in that time from ue to musicians and music lovers.
a little o% r $600,000 to over $1.000.000. lt9'lal departments for Teachers.
I was Ipr-eented from running for this Singers. Viollnlsts, Organists, Chi.
office last year on account of sickness. ,lre,. ,ih
and now reslewtfully solicit your
I. &... .. ......... aubsamriotin- Priec :: ai.a 1VPer -

votes. W. M. BR ADFORU .

To the Voters of Galnesville:
I helre-liy announce that I am .A can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
in the election to be held on April the
l1th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position
Thanking you for your past endorse-
no'nt. I remain. Yours very truly.

Iw almata u Chiim.
eia K YuB Hm Ah lq
Dearn th**

Send 1.-, cfnt'- In stamps for a sman-
jile copy. Catalogus of =ask Ad
musuical in.truwnents sent upon request.
Pub lishers,
150 Tremont St. 11046864Mass.


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lWc Prcpay Fprrcs Charg'es On All (;"od% I i-,tcd As Abooe
"~t "sees at Pal~ttv Mlues.

The Joseph Zapf (

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Real Comfort In Every Drop

Long Distance Phone 345 JAC ,souLL. rA.

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at MaPPo .. ap Whet ,i s-
f* (s.- a5or5nl and
Sites eof the City.

iM *eiery aiiunders & Larle.
g a meal ticket at Rutherford's

McV.d MeQueen of Newberry is here
S3, Melton of Micanopy visited
+[ illle yesterday.
J. Swearingen of Kanapaha is
c^ ag the visitors to the city.
SOilW attention paid to ladies'
1_0 at Ratherforw's Restaurant.
gr. J. A. Chamblin of Archer was
j I" hiakis friends In the city yes-

|a dgi-Everybody to vote for me
t11 Ie Merchants' Piano Contest.

S.. B3ladaing. after a short visit
l p*t city. returned to his home yes-
w -W at Jullette.
I yta Caladulm bulbs for sale
Ow I-s bulb given with each $2
"41gr. Mrs. J. 8. Bodiford.
0. C. Owens of Alachua arrived In
Sdy yesterday to be present dur-
; 1 t week attending court.
Q. C. Voyle left yesterday for Dun-
n-d other polanf along the line
qe af Mat Florida Telephone Cow-

bw your city taxes. Books close
4l 1. The time Is short. Delays
-AeM dangerous. T. B. Ellis. Tax Col-
S L Tieso of Trenton arrived In
0 city yesterday to attend court.
kI i eme of the extensive merchants
-am Bat section.
I e T lers! Have you read the Stet-
NrdMal Announcement elsewhere
1 Mis paper? Stetson is surely kind
.* V le Florida school teachers.
0ea Watas None IRtter-The house.
Jig er who once tries Blue Ribbon
1HADla extract is satisfied. She wants
@K M better-there is none better.
1. P. Pulling. formerly member of
Os eMsaty commissioners from Mica-
NOy district, was meeting his larkg
amber of friends in the city yester-

N. F. Roberts of ll-ll is among the
"Yl tirs to Gainesillle. He took ad-
S tage of his visit and had his time
odlbloded on the suthscription list of
ra weekly
W. 8. Jackson of Lake View was
s2uilng the visitors to the city yester-
ir. He aen,. uo.-r for the purpose e
S00flooiag after some tax matters and
A utag his many friends
Cda. F. Y Smith of Alachua was in
h s city yeaterda) He made the trip
Ou'@gh the country in his large tour-
Wg Car in something like an hour.
ithe was remarkably good time.

A P*wigr to be haikes 1t011 tbe absa If
6 6O Uret. whli. feet. try Allen' root
It rests lhe feet a&d lake new or
-i- P eay ('ureis .tsblaf. swolleu b,-i
we.assa foot Itlleve,. orMIS and buaio"'. of
1601 tad gives rcet ard cormf, rt Trr it to-
SfM bk 11 tDrutsUt. sad shoe stiCre'.
SDie't ane pt ai ba.iatistluee rwr reaE
*-. a Free RasamIt. of the rOOT-
4 ta ADllg ()N-PAI) sew L inveto N l
SiltemAI.ns"1.Uled. Le i) N v

Gaine ville \,nlie No
99o,. B. P. 0. E -Meets
tniight at 7 *:;) o'clock
In Elks' Home Visit.
Ing brothers cordially
welouned. R E. Davis,
l.J, !j M Dell. Jr. Secretary.

Livery, Feed and Sale

arness, Wag.e Suplis

Davis & Oliver

Fresh country butter. Saunders &
W. H. Berry of Alachua Is a visitor
to the city.
Cedar Key oysters day and nghlt
at Rutherford's Restaurant
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
8. 0. Barron of Bell Is among the
West End people visiting tbe city and
attending circuit court.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnaon.

Miss Bessie Dupree has returned
from a pleasant visit to Cedar Key,
where she spent a couple of days
with friends.
Mrs. C. A. Spivey of Windsor was
a visitor to the city yesterday. She Is
stopping at the home of R. B. Peeler,
In South Galnesville.
C. J. Grace of Evinston was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
states that the truckers are very busy
Just at the present time.
W. G. Boltin. of the Coca-Cola Bot-
tling Company, is now absent at Ce-
dar Key and Intermediate points in
the Interest of the goods he handles.
W. D. Wheeler and Donald Cannon
left yesterday for Jacksonville and
will sall from that city to New York.
They expect to be absent for some
A. II. Scruggs of Jacksonville is
among the visitors to the city. He Is
here looking after the interests he rep-
resents with the Southern Express
Mrs. J. M. Shelton of Lake City. af
ter visiting relatives in the city for
the past few days. returned to her
home e-te'rday. She was accomipa-
nied by .Master Duke Truby.
W. PI. Shettleworth of Eviuston was
in the, city yesterday. lie is the larg-
est melon and cantaloupe grower of
that election and has for a number of
years followed this vocation very ex-
C. 8. Rumph of High Springs was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday. While
here he renewed his subscription for
another ) -ar and says he could not
get along without The Sun shining In
his honi,
Stops earache In two minutes; tooth-
ache- or pain of burn or msaid in five
minutes; hoarseness. one hour; mus-
cleache. two hours: sore throat
twelve hours--lr Thomas' Electric
Oil. monarch over pain.
F'i'e-roowu cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W .. IA4rande; city water r. ,.lec
tric lIghim. be-cerage, bath. and all
inodern conit-nlences. Apply to Mrs.
IH. 11 McCrear) or Sun office.
SMr anid .Mr. ('lhas. K Gorhani ofl
Mietrolpollls. III i -ft )-sterda) for Day-
to iiia lth'aih Ahe.re- they will take inn
t!,, i '- Tilt o rn re latet-l to ('ol
A I' l-1rro, and lh lib-e < ii l III
S I I .i. f. or i n th |-. It1 -' i, i


Free tuitions,. free room rent. re-
duced boarding and railroad rates to
teachers and prospective teachers tak-
Ing review courses at Stetson Normal
School. March 31 to June 1. For par-
ticulars address Director A. L. L.
Suhrie. DeLand. Fla.
Col. Robert McNamee of Tampa. one
of the leading attorneys of the South
Florida city. returned to his home yes-
terday after a short while spent here.
He is well-known In this section and
has a large circle of friends who are
always pleased to meet him.
Col. Tom Palmer. one of the lead-
ing attorney of Tamps, is in the city
on legal business. He Is one of the
most prominent men of South Florila
and was for two terms State Senator
from Hileboro county, being president
of the Senate during his last term.
L. M. Murray of New York has ar-
rived and will In future have charge
of the White House as manager. He
will be assisted nla the office by his
brother. H. L Murray. Both are ex-
perlenced men and will retain the
same good prestige that the hotel has
gained within the past few months.
R. C. Davis, representing the Pay-
Sholes tyl'ewriter. is among the vis-
itors to the city. He has the distine-
tion of placing more of these machines
than any other two concerns In the
State. which shows that it is one that
is highly appreciated by its army of
users. He will send the next few
days here looking aftlt new business
and meeting his large circle of friends.
J. J. Donaldson. who owns and oper-
ates one of the bewt farms in the
Hatchet Creek section, near Waldo.
was among the visitors to Gainesville
yesterday, and called to renew his
subscription to The Sun. Mr. Donald-
motl has been indisposed for some
time. and h.s illness at one time de-
icloped onimptoms of a severe attack
of appendicitis, but he has recovered
to the extent that an operation is
not now niecessary.


"The Missouri Girl.-
A fair-siaed audience atta neils& the i.r-
formance of -The Missouri Girl' at
the Itaird Theatre last night.
The play was funny throughout.
"Zek.e" and "laly.'" In their portrayal
of the country > >outh anmd his girl
sav-*theart were the- principals and
fille. thel partl very creditably. A "sauir-
d r" anl a-.cidlental killing during iio
ole-ration ali'P varietyy t t the plot.
.MIAs b Ilanche Kldwardh. a lad) ilh
i er m jsroniiouncei d Ibritoinei !'** a-
g H.4 l i a,1l ii' ithe-r t.i. it. r it,
(<.0|l l.Elllw ill Ui- 0'o% 1 |,.' It1) lumnlli ri l .
ItI .ill Thi .li.o iurl till ir iahow
too |1 ,.t* ho Is of K(I M l clean 'olln
* 1.

Practice Shoot for Club.
'l I,, l l, 1 1. I 1 Ill tih iii l i ('lu1 0 All
li i .i itI it K loihl. i lit ii-. a ,ft. Iul ml l
ill 1 ril i.>* t' 'll l 144 llt l" h it
I i. |o .1', laiil tit I 11a t lin s etol In
.' .r i, l .i i i l i .d1 i li i fr )Ier- .ll
c |e I).. a V ll Ie. cliid tla < e silllN to r 5 ilt
,t vr l i i ela illI. A iI ill Icllii ti h
-iililli, I I I fi Illl d ,i ll ,.1 ll i i, .A ii
l r at i i ', r -I I K i o (eli e (i lli o l lu -
I lr ill ollt i I illt A-,

litks* CAPI'!)INN is theu bet reme
dy rellivis thie achilug and feverish
aes---cure. the cold and rostorve
,I l / idlnmis, It's lUquld--eocU


Their gwil-will, kindest regard'. and best wish-
4. of each officer anlI director of tile Batnk,
1it4 you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Mak,* ,our place lhelldtjuarter.--t,-very conve-
nileti' :iffordel to make our place pitI,.antl
a11l ;iagre-taloh. to tlhoe who call to twe uia.


WV J llnlltln of lth' Ne tlirry, s("
tilA aip li l town yesterday.
(). ;. Itark-r of IA lft ,lllc iV
a ni iai thi1 .Iltors to tho it- lie' Iv
.i I|re;.prous Imerchant of that Prlt iti
R. T Thomnias of \ Illeford i- 1 aiiiin
,i i' isltors to oGainesi ville. II,- I I
'ionila.llited 11.y J. I. Slockwti. al' I,o e
that .CetoUlin.
I am offering several standard makes
of upright pianos at bargain )prle(P
While the, last. If contemplating liiv-
lugx a piiiio be certaUi to get n;.)
irl ,-. W I.. hill.
WV 14 Moore of lHavthorn ik* aioi
tlih Ea.it- i K l ii l.-itl irs GI to ':li %' \il'.
* i- 1-rr,; rritlr of il- M\Itortl Ilt;i-
lit Il.it I vla'e. v hicti i a ,re-at l Iii rt.
amnig the trat ling ut-lic.
Wv' at. i.nter too busty to give our
l>ust attention to our city patrons;
treat yourself and sweetheart to one
of tho.4 exquisite Sunday turkey din-
ners sith Ettel's Vienna walnut cake
for dessert. The Brown House.




WANTED-Messenger. Apply Tele-
graph office.

FOR RENT-Plve-room cettag Ap
ply 00 B. Liberty street.
POR RENT-Two cottages; close i .
Apply at Telegraph office.
POR RENT-One aix-room and two
Ave-room cottages Il South Oalaie
vile. Ia front of Cofia FPatory; eity
water. Apply at Col n PFactory.
FOR RENT-Ive-r*m cottage on
block aext to sqar; city water.
electric dligts, bat room and all
modern convealenees. Apply at this
office. |

FOR SALE-Pair of good mules and
wagon. Apply to Jeff Simon. In
front of Dutton's Bank.
FOR SALE-Very prolific variety Sea
Island cotton seed direct from is
lands of South Carolina. Jas Che.
nut. Box 34C, City.

WANTED- Youns printer of ordinary
experience, who desires to better
learn trade, to act as galley boy. set
heads. distribute and set type oec
casionally, and do general work as
assistant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
a, this office
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best paytag
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
wages from $12 to $20 weekly; woerI
derful demand for barbers. Cats
lomue mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta. Ga.

HOFFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion. will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Term
reduced-$10 service fee., eash s ad-

41 It'K HKItTO(AT'IVE for lost man-
hood Matisfaction guarainted or
muo.ne re funded. .'oc per bottle
i qhl hI, \ %1 JolltiiHmn


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-Vf bumto m4'? Sa

AB Soa ainmd na3an e
ow m els" 10Ibvn

ga ggeummed prmply at 2
wM bes E Sammy ado
Ss a pe lvs-I remes as
SC see W. D. Fa .
,. Ai e, L. J De W. 0. Tm.
I &-h fILOe I sT. B.
I B W. IW lU Messrs.

A. f. Uwem d J. W. Teach
-gemem tie e~r two mere
Of to a ry 1o11 L. J.

Sse ofh M ALpM. eL
6. 0% d ept g th- 1wt a WN aels.
;LB^!g li ft Wr eirft W rtfitnl


SJ a Coulaer. eslored. plead not
to se eb0rs o at sOakmOaith

wk VTramp ism. -l e not
aBdhe Idistmeat of Murder.

amJr auns et -a mlaky
Belig^igL' of w e tier of Tom Uaaklna at
"M8e plead not gulity, and
0 aetd she sam plea to the
at assaat with the intent to
m rde DOW Oaklas.
Sd L Carter vwa sworn In
as ealsatt State atteraey.
The smart idered a ei a venire
a T7 names draw n from the box.
S raraMble at 2 o'elock Wednesday af-
6% >Igg ft- e whisl to select a jury
A try Kfsey the whole mam charged
with the derof aSpelsi Oficer Sel-
SIaS at High Sprta about three
S^rem aNW Col. J. N. trIphag. Judge
I Syd L Carter aad B. A. Thrasher
S are represag the defeenant while
S*a AtAerey Rivers will represent
Sft is pr h that the Bexley-
Ouma cae wi va A to trial em Wed-
ameey of rest week.
StisMesAs s.. e,-. plead sot
46. O tot 0n -e peaof-tmk Gat

ft: CAMrt adiaard ata S o9cloek


~; oWwD Wowmby t km:
3um Cbokow sa vemeidTuesday

Itn Rk s

on Gov'Lt Buflding

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Pb O* vw a# lto the

i va @NewsanWededdoafy

SUM" IW tdL ILh tIr.h
mo *0 W oamaum
SW d hav te atrast
m o meh @hol
~inbaeas N Of the

south instead of east and west. as
many had supposed. but the portion
will extod ou either aide. making the
building eve larger than the above

W. W. King. president of the co-rn
poay who has the contract left lu
the aftoraoos for Ocala. Jacksonville
and ether polats to look after the man
terital r u* is the building. but will
reta here within the seat few days
He will purchase al of his rock and
Nd here of he local dealers sad will
Mawe sabit amples from brick made
he.e but as this is a ceaent product
it Is set haews whether the same can

in rmnV Iwnra31


MsWe Erni Dupree Pselvedw m
Va v Yeolrday, the LarI ever
PWlled In Any One Say.

The followlag will show the relative
eutadl of the euMadat-e I i e pi-
aso eatst after Wedemday's met:
Mile Dorta Uls. city......1,.Si.47?
Mis Dsseee Dupree. eity.....1,30.5M0
Min Catberite Halle. city...1.307.655
Miss Florrie trickland ...... 15.740
Miss M. Daughtrey. city..... l242.345
Mis Mary McCormick. city.. M.505
Miss Alma Pennel city ...... 77.25
Miss Nasale DIcklaIon. city.. 75.315
Miss Mbel Sanche. city.... 6l.940
Mls Julia Carter. city....... 67.930
Miss A. Oreg. Newberry..... 39.00
Miss 0telle Beal, city ....... 31,7M
Miss Jessie vans. city....... S1.430
Mis A. Stricklad. Waldo... 28,963
Miss Emma Hudson. city.... 26.355
Mil Ansle Bevlle .......... 21.675
Miss Elvesa Stat. Waldo..... 16.865
Mrs. I. Ware. High Sprlgs.. 15.305
Mis Qoldle Lambert, city .... 6.2
Miss Litae Sheppard. Bell... .006
Mlu K. Cartos. Mkslopy... 6.590
Mrs. A. W. Sargesct......... 4.430
Miss M. eraades. city ..... 4.t25
Miss Mary Thlpl. city...... 3.1:
M1m L nders. Hawthors... 3.650
Miss Ruby Albright ......... .100

morning at 9 o'clock. Judge J. T. Wills
The ease of the State of Florida vs.
Riehard Nplso. Dan Ramsey and Ed-
die Lee. colored, for breaking and en.
tearing the store of WH. R. Briet at In-
land Grove and stealing therefron,
goods to the value of over $2"o. was
called and defendants ijlead not
guilty. The following jury was sworn
inr the case: L. J. Burkhim. .InM Mal
phurs B. Cheves. W. D). Fagan. A.
Wenske and J B. I'ell.
Judge Syd L. Carter rnpr.p-.ented
the State in the absence of Solicitor
Rivers, who was busy before the
grand jury. The defendants had no
counsel. After hearing the evidence
the case was submitted without artu-
ment. The jury returned a verdict
of guilty as charged In the Indictment.
whereupon the Judge sentenced each
of them to a term of three years in
the ftate penitentiary. Mr Murkhim
was foreman of the jury.
To Douglass. colored, withdrew
his piea of not guilty of murder and
plead guilty to murder In the sec-
oad #egree. He was sentenced to life
Imprisonment at hard labor in the
State penatentiary. Tom took his
sentence very hard and shed real
"crocodile tears" as he took his seat
ao the mourner's bench.
The murder case of iexley and
Osteen was set for Tuesday morning
at 9 o'clock, when a sieclal venire
of 150 is returnable



M d Wlm's Py.

CLEVELAND. 0.. March 24.-2 the
arrest here last a tght c O a m O dI
woman havit P.,70 li tseir pees
dem. the believe tewy have
capt*ed the kldMppsr of WIMee
Whita. I fact. te woma I ta the
eas. who i somewhat peddled, a
mitted tat de i d bees raspel
for the kWidapplig. When pised to
custody a the eeatral police station
she said to Capt. hattueek:
"'I am the m who planed the
whole thing. There will be trouble
for me and bell In Shares tomorrow."
Bemeath the wemas's sk rt was
found $9,790. All oft but $0 wasboud
ia packages with the eriuial slips
placed a the mosey whoe Whitia
took It from the banks still aromad It.
Capt. Norman Shattuck and Detect-
ive Frank Wood made the arrest I
the eaMt end of the city. Whe near
tne police station the man broke away
from Detective Wood and ran towards
an alley. The offical ared two ahots
from his revolver Into the air and the
man stopped. The woman made no
attempt *t escape.
WOmns Wall Educated.
The woman appears to be well ed*-
cated and is refined in manners. Se
says *he spent fitteen years of her
life In a convent la Pennsylvanla. but
denies that she ever has been lan trou-
ble before. Both the man and the
woman deny the name of each other.
They admit they are not man and
wife. According to the police thev
were intoxicated when placed in
custody. Due to their condition they
were not questioned closely by the
police and were locked In separate
cell. [loth will be arraigned in police

court today

on the charge of ab-

teeive Wood securing the msa. "
couple staggered, uy the poltee, 4
If they were Intoxicated. They sft
no protest against accompanyitg a
others. The woman chatted with b
polcemaa at her side at first a
asked to be released.
It was then ahe admitted hawvl*
planned the kidnapping. In the on&
time the man attempted to esapf
aad the revolver shots of Capt. S no
tuck brought him to a stadbatR
Whitla says he has the numbers ..
the currency bills handed the Uki
nappers and the police are comapulti
the motes found In the possessia 1
the prisoners with the memoranda It
Whitla. ----

New In harmen.
SHARON. Pa.. March 24.-8bham
people who heard news of the armet
nl Cleveland, suspect a woman web
known here. The woman suspeetel
Mhas ot been living with her husbald
for some time. but has been maklag
ber home here. 8ne I said to have.
..ad Intimate knowledge of the Whitle
tamlly and to have known that Mr.
Whitia would unquestionably give say
ammnt for the recovery of his oma. If
she is the woman on whom ,susplicio
has esutered here. her quoted aser-
ties "that there will bc' hell in Sha-
eM tomorrow," was well fomuded. fr
her arrest would cause a great .elsPa
ttom. ----
Joy In Sharon.
8HARON. Pa.. March 24.-The
whole borough of Sharon turned out
last night and participated in the de-
monstration over the homect lmii of
Willie Whitla who with his father arriv-
&Adb-- - - - a& A

duction. according to Detective Wood. "- ue"e a i "t %
Capt. Shattuck is said to have w. big parade was led by the IHuhl hide"
cured his description of the kidnap. pendent Rifles. a National guardd com-
pers from Willie Whitla and this de- pany and the Huhl Rifles' Hand. loth
scription led to the arrest. named for Wille's uncle. and tho
Willie told Capt. Shattuck on Mon sands of persons marched twhitld them
day that the woman who kept him a through the principal streets of the
prisoner had smallpox scars on her town to Mte WhitlU home a here' ful
face 'ahe woman In custody has red ly 5.000 persons assembled on the
spots on her cheeks and appears to lawn in front of the house. cheering
have had smallpox. bShe is a tall and giving every evidence of the pub-
blonde, probably 26 years old. The lie participation in the family Joy over
pan is dark and smooth-taced. the recovery of the little wanderer
On Track of the Pair. Willie does not yet seem to cotnlpre-
Yesteroay detectives heard that a hbend what he and his parents have
man and woman answering the de- been through. He was out this after-
scription of the kidnappers had been noon playing with his little friend
seen on the outskirts of the city. They He is the object of the childish eniy
ca..me down town and bought number, of every boy in Sharon.
ous articles of clothing tendering *
and $10 bill In payment. It was learn Gevernor Offers Reward.
ed. Shortly after nightfall the police IIARRIII'RG(. Pa March 24 -
learned that the two had gone to the (o; Stiart lat., iilght isn-uil a iprI,
ea*-tend of the city. The police walk I laniation offering a reward of !li',.i
-A .... Lt.i Ar6-,---a-d cov.cti- Iof h

Court then adjourned until 2 o'clock ed up wenina the pair ana apt iluat
p. ItI tuck took the woman by the arm. iDe
Aftemeen Sesaion. "
when Collier was charged firing upon
Court met at 2 o'clock The' case Iff.r Griser ('ollir made a very
1L. i. .- dr i (. ll ma l -- .y-

' r th.. arrest and conviction of the
kidnal,.wer of Willie Whitia

which he sent to J. J. Williams in
ai nseill til (if li lwlr

or tie mtlaei l,. JU 1i I CJiill Iahtil'll u i lle lin t i'i a .f thet al.air asid I iJ O 'el, I-' .,,l'a |
with ar.ault uson P C ("Grie.r. lKilieh,. O ,l.Palri, ,,.e r, i,.'r ain,,,.. i i e l ln** .
1 101% d hutthe guII lt' to that- aurtiv1 and
mian at High Kiprhim g.. with intent i h.. .I* il e ,,i t ul lt% .h t helu. *uI r 11.t 4,0-
naurde.r. as called and defeildant i l Iwhit iA .t l ll. h, -. th
a ge it -I gre ii al f n plead lno gltlt h, a la t h, i : t f i,. fr h: ,f*"
Col W. E IBaker was ap iinted to had ilt. li t ati le f l iie r, l i rr hKd j..all ..r I h
defend tih, prisoner and Judge Car ha I jrit wlt1 1U4 1 fl l m u. Urde.r of R 1. mlith. allr. Sa >
ter repre rented the State The fol ut a11ei t e. h i* da% and i' ua p l I.e il ... llitt
losing jur) was sworn in the ca. me it f agxraiflted assault the pun- oll r t li r t'i.t.s Mrs edf is or IIr..
J W Tench foremaii n. A J A I Il l ( i f ,r a itleh is l aitl e('tepdlt a I 0ilther lfti *as. Wahal. ild bia ll irl
Co.ta JH IPa'tereni .1 II It I1 0 l W i) t I inotherf thld baby rl
Tisom. I A Robetrlteoli The sitae iioi eteri al "which she held ill her arim a *",-
put W u watlneis-es on the sltad to More Murder Cae. elte.rt-d her I.-a iln a clear tlolie f
prose its cae. ahile *inly the de-femild The grand jur) cause into court and %o te*
ant hiniMelf alil.art'd int has behalf returned ate..ral true bills W 8 Nobles alias luster Kittlor.
The rcae of the proeatutiolo wasn l JiM Niah whlilte. wasi arraigned anid wai arraigned for assault with Ilte t
doubt weak. -d by the oler plitlitle pl.eadl not gullty to the lart.-n) of a i murder J P lie.nr. iluiter %%,4
ess of one f f its Itnesse s waho maid dlomn.tici animalil the property of 1 h6 in,, hila-il:'. ;,-.eare-d as li,... .n 1
be had knuan Collier for ten )ears W RIudgers tad am or littlr friend Itu.lmer of I
and that he would recugnise him ten W D l)DrItie icolorred. was arria tamO declared he was niot uKilot
feet away on the darkest algbt--the ed and plead not guilty to forging the ____
distance he claimed to be from hi name of W R Thomas to a check (CoatUtl4 oa Page pve.)
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wk f life mia e s pt.:ato prmanentu
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abo9amramd without having to isrease
d m tem time to time.
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eI m m bl--.
WW & O imm. tsthe Ilverylem.
dm *iVdW eepl aerhp. Areow
Iatd o steald.t

o 6mW ab ubv .'esinm As* usal
a~ supemt bavw Md a ae time.
a m Uba d the Irm- assistant
0 bs edWO her, has beeb
116.awl a anGoes" ast oerv-
Sn Ma d I o oto Vir-
lw bD k hopew that seo will
ampb I. er healh. Sh
W& I1. f i ter left
o thedr hes in Laembrg,. Va.. ye-
S y ar avie opeat the winter
M. Mv~ Ied is the dauashter of
lea -... .. Judse eOsre

to Mem n B. I. Mathews. J. W. Cham-
POt birk. W. A. J nes. P. D. Sherod and
SIt L. Wibr of Tasoma were ia town
t, Yesterday.
Cbbha is readily ellinlag for from
- i to $1 Ai Per crate f. o. b. The

Ilam that have eabbale will soon
be tudeplm nt. With cabbage. let-
taoe. beams and euke to market we
mAy reseamably expect the farmers
0 9et Some money aiad. The past
tFe Y oshave aot been eosesful
s- -h eafnl -.raly speaking.
We hope this ie will be a good one
all the way through.
We amr aorry noto the death of
Mr. C. W. Chase. We hope someme
wOI a1Mry thrmh his paper mill pro
jet. Whit Mr. Chan made money
w himlf. hbe was sot sellah. He
was desiras of helping his fbllow-
ad MAespecially Galseaville and
AaS 6aty. He wi l be misad.
MWb. J. A. Awards is visiting her
son. D. 0. dwarla. s Galnesville.
8a Thrower sad wife passed
thar- oowa yesterday en route to
GabaUle l his automobile Ask
Mr. Thrower whether he is in favor
of *ood road or mot-e*peciall)
whether h favors a few stumpn along
the Public highwa)-?
We hope somueoue will introduce a
bill In the next IA-glmialure that will
prevent the alert of stock it fake conm
panlee. Make it a heavy aue to offer
for aale stocks of an) kind that do noi
have the approval of owa-e State om
etal --a) the C'nptroller

if you hsaen't the tiite to texrcl...
regularly Doa's keguleu ts ill ipre'1nt
coutisatleo They- induce a mjil
easy, healthful action of th, boels
without gripeln Ask %our druggl.t
for them 2.'m

The annual sater tarnimal held Ij,
Orlando last week *aA an uqUUal iumcca from eer)> tatdi|*jIhi

Foley's Hoaey aad Tar cures coughs
aulekl, -ar ess the lungs and as
pa sawl. Get the iesawae is a yel-
Am g we J. V. Moan unm A CO.

lirb Moulle Starr of Seattle. Wabh-
Ingtim. Mr aid M 1ris.Jamue-voI. Ford
asid daughte-r Mipsm L~ucvv. ofi. n
iIUFK a Mr and %Mrv Allvii W
l1irdgie's Mr and Mro 'r %i Nltsor.'
slid uhi 141rsemi '.INitr 'l' liiTom ~ g
NI I5 1410,4 IIddon N11I- %LNxI(14.le
Pe.ict- iull for val. % Ir .1 ()I I lkird
MeCre-ar) of Gainv.sflil.

The Health of Your Nor**
~ al b. lee-t IeIzeI 4 I-ire.

Lte &i di e or r 114.41 f, r I .I4 ra i-
111& 111 .4 fr (441 II i4 I-'. 1 r r I I.,&
kille-r 'i't.. I i~ei..r lini 1i ti 4 il I-

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'.toiurbe If I rtotibli' mid e % I. ,-. Il~ia ,
5 141a14(Klic11111t' %alaiK 'c N*lu iuildif
lte iI. Imilit, t oI iii.o i tie A ?-5 'll
IfbII h* tti4ie J.4 Ce*fl 1 44iisar. r~e

Subscribe fur The Sun&and help yauw
WAdY Meal win th e e _

[or Infan p r r ,. 'ren.

The Kiin.- Yo Hays

Always Bought

Mr. EItaM A. Hickeno and Mrs. Sue
0. Pesoter Happily United.
From Sanday's Dally San:
At the L,.ne of the bride at .Mi
noi,. on Th r.-day. Marn h I,. at lhi'
i ',,M:. Mi IEthan A. Hick nk (if l.a;.!
L'tt aund .Mr4 Sue 1). IF',at.r. dau,,,
ter of Mr. Georgs, I)illard. went. I i
plly united In the holy bonds of lock. Rev. Mr. Thrahber. part .r .
the Baptist church, offlclating.
The aill and btalrs were b, aitiful
ly decorated with (ut flovt r- ; .,'
evergreens. while the 3parlor. v lhi
was the scene of the ceremony. %,.,
artistically decorated Iith ialhin
ferns. trailing vinep and lotted ldant.:.
Promptly at 12 o'clock. to the
strains of Mendelssohn's Weddine
March. played by Mrs. Jame. Sim"n
tam. the bridal party descended t he
stairs, crossing Into the parlor, where
they pased down an alale made of
white ribbon to an Improvided altar.
which was a perfect bower of palms.
eras and calah lHes.
Plrst came the little ribbon bearers.
Mies Ste Feaster Moore of Ocala.
PL., with Master Berniee easter of
Maessopy. followed by the bride-
molds. Mli LAedle Moore of Ocala.
Pla.. and Miss LAcye Ford of Lynch-
burs. Va.. nieces of the bride.
Them came the the groom with his
best man. Mr. Allen Bridges of Ocala.
sad the matron of honor. Mrs. Allen
Wheeler Brldges. niece of the bride.
She was followed by the bride, who
joined the groom at the altar, where
a most Impressive ceremony was per-
The bride wore a handsome travel-
la gown of wisteria cloth and car-
ried an exquisite bunch of bride's
roses. The matron of honor wore an
exquisite lace robe over satin. trim-
med In baby Irish lace. chiffon and
pearls. 'and carried a boquet of pink
carnations and asparau ferns.
Mis Moore was becomlngly drss-
ed In white mesalle., empire style.
and carried a boquet of lilies and
feras, while Miss Pord was beauty
Iftlly Iowed In apple green mesa
line. trimmed In passenmetry of mil-
ver sequin. and carried a shower bo-
quet of orange blossoms.
The groom and his beat man wore
the conventional black, with white
vests and tan gloves.
Mr. a. A. Hickeon is a prominent
Utisen of Lake City. while the bride.
a resident of Mlicanopy for many
years is a woman of rare Intellect
sad has won for herself an enviable
place and a vast number of friends
all over the State.
Immediately after the ceremony a
delightful luncheon was served to the
guests and bridal party. This was
served from the dining room. sbh-re
'he color scheme was in pjink and
4reen. Six young ladies., NMi. Irene
McCreary of Gainebvill.e Miss Rhoda
IAddon of Ocala. Mices It elle Chilly.
Iodla Maude Smith. Ellzabeth Ma.
thews and Mary Thrasher of Mica
nopy tpased the salad roured and
coffee. Mrs. F. Haood of Jack-
sonvllle presided over the bride'
cake. Mies Irene MeCreary cut the
ring. while MIaa Luclle Moore got
the dime.
The uests were then ushered Into
the punch Jroom. where the most de-
llhtful punch was served by Mrs
Johnson and Mrs. Crawford. The col-
or scheme In thi- room was yellow
and green
After the luncheon Mr. and Mrs
Hackaon left for an extended trip
Gown the East Coast. They will be
at home in lake City on their return.
The out-of-town guestst were: Mr.
and Mrs. F J. Hagood of Jackaonvllh..

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Thirty Years



The good-will, kindest regards and lest wish-
es of each offer and director of the Bank,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquarters-every conve-

nience afforded to make our place


and agreeable to those who call to see us.



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ItA N Ks. lThew. itle' mdlks re-gi-tvr

fime 1189 trtiq sviw saccamtwath~ms.

The First National Bank of Alachua

J. C. BIlafop, Pvideiit.

(3. W. MCALL, Cshier

Sums of One Dollar and upward will IR.
receive 011 deposit in this department.
I lterest at the rate of 4 per ct. per aniiunum.


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000( Work will Commence en the
iinsag by Weodneday Morning
WIth a Small Force of Men.

tw u Tesday's Dally Sus:
W. W. King. president of the King
&Wer Company, has arrived from
b home at Charlottesville. Va.. and
new making the necessary pro-
arlee preparatory to starting
is* on the new Government build-

ge was occupied all of Monday In
S~bing at the different materials to
s Seand here. and where possible
,o sub-let contracts for certain parts
4t i-s work. He wants to purchase
*a of his brick, and. lime and rock
ge frl m the local dealers, and It Is
W probable that satisfactory
Ps will be made.
b speaking of the building he
Sdaud that the actual work of exca-
v aIn would commence by Wednes-
| or Iaday, bt this will be mainly
t tMe purpose of better understand-
bg jWt what he will have to do in
Man" room for the basement.
g1 ir the only orders that have
es placed are for the cement and
dld work, and this part of the con-
et 1is being worked upon.
To commence with. only about ff-
m heads will be employed, but
wi the next thirty days a fore. of
S= lorty to Afty men will be at
ok m the building, for about this
Sme sand, stone, steel and other
ial wwll commence arriving and
-is seedtn of the city will present
a bny sene.
Mr. John Young. the superintendent
SemUetrtion for the Ocala building.
wi also have charge of this building.
k will retain his office at Ocala but
w visolt Gainesville every week to
lek after the work and material be-

Mr. Klgs is very favorably Impress-
with tOlaneesvlle. He has visited
sany sections of the dty to look at
o different materials to be found
basi hr building. He speaks in the
1Ieat praise of the shade trees and
0 wide streets, and while we have
Idshed a very large appropriation for
a wnof of r ale., he now feels that
@r Representative In Congress knew
wht he was about when be asked for
I. mMd considers that such a fast
pwfIng city is deserving of the high
iM builinag we are to have. There
of few, if any, of the cities with a
ib population that have received
Wt we have, and we should feel hap.
3 over the result of the work so.
ssmaplsed by our Representatives in

Mr. Toung will at once visit the city
ald see that the work and material
am all up to the requirements of the
Overamenet and it is hoped to have
the building completed within the re-
Irad time. which will be about four-
tea months.
From here Mr. King will go to
aslma. Ala.. where his company have
-other like contract now well under
Way, but before his departure he will
ake all necessary preparations for
the building and will place hustling
.- In charge of the work to com.n
l*te It as fast as possible.

Race Suicide
is not nearly the menace to increase
I population that deaths among In-
its are. Eight out of ten of these

dmath are directly or Indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
aiiri cures diarrhoea, dysentary.
oar stomach and all infant ailments
*f this nature. Just the thing for
teething bables. Price 25c and 50c iper
bottle. gold by W M. Johnson.

To All Whom it May concern n No
twice is hereby Sieln that itt)> day atf
ter this date the re- will tIe. a bill intro
ductd at the. i't19 e ,-,un of Ithe- Flo.r
ida l.e-gilature ftor ; Ir ".ai la r for
ALaUhla 1ig, hitinlIiK >,r killitiK of i cii. l felr
thr-, I I lid \, l uit i of -a h %. k It l d
lag the o'>i 11 >* .iaina

eats blubber. The lumberen eat
ork. The No fishermen
live on cod liver oil. These
people are constantly exposed
to cold and physical strain.
Expeence ha it them that
fatty foods give warmth and

For thome who have old and thin
bodies, or are threatened with
consumption or any wasting
dise ase ahnomer (s at n so
uiBgad Hablc la form n

ScoIT t s at. N Ye
Physicans prescribe IL

e rvwlce to Be Held fram Home at

2 O'clock This Afterseen.
Prom Tueday Daily Sn:
The special train over the A. C. L
from Jacksonville bearing the re-
malis of the late Chas. W. Chase ar-
rived last night at 8 o'clock and the
remains were met at the depot by a
large crowd of sympathisers, includ-
ing many ladles.
In the party on the special were
Mrs. Chase, B. P. Willlamson. Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Chase of Chicago. who
were met In Jacksonville by Mrs. W.
8. Prindle and C. D. Dennis. The
party left New York City on Sunday
night and arrived nla Jacksonville yes-
terday afternoon, the special being
made up and ready for them at the
Union depot, and they left that city
at 5 o'clock yesterday evening.
The funeral services will be held
at the bome today at 2 o'clock, and
the remains laid to rest in the vault
the deceased had constructed long
before his death, Just west of Ever-
green Cemetery.
The funeral will be conducted by
Revs. P. R. Bridges and P. H. Cral,
hill. the services being public to all
that desire to attend.
Dr. T. P. Thomas and R. McClellan
have charge of the remains and last
night placed them in the home of the
The following gentlemen have been
requested to act as pall-bearers: W.
R. Thomas. B. F. Wllamaon. K. E.
Casnon. W. B. Taylor. Col. I. Web-
ster, C. D. Dennis and B. P. Hampton,
with the ftoUllowing as ho ior pall-
bearers: Col. H. r. Dutton. Byron
Barnett of Jacksonville. Capt. John
lnglis of Duanellon, Capt. W. B. Den-
ham of Tampa, CoL J. G. Nichols and
N. (. Wade.
Particulars regarding the death of
Mr. Chase were that he expired from
heart failure, as he lived only a few
minutes after a physician was called.
He and his wife had Just arrived at
the Manhetten Hotel In New York
City in the morning, and about the
noon hour Mrs. Chase went Hit on a
little visit but was to return In a
short while, as they had an engale-
ment with an oculist. She returned
several minutes before the appointed
hour and found Mr. Chase sitting in
his chair in a rather daeed condition.
as if her appearing had suddenly
aroused him. She at once called to
some ladles and among the number
one summoned a physlclan, but he
never recognized anyone or anything.
and expired within a short while af-
ter her arrival, having sad a svere
convulsion, and she Is of the opinion
that he had been Ireviously stricken
to some extent before her return.
Mrs. ('hate at once notified his

brother in Chicago and he and his
wife reached New York a short while
following his death, but it was not
until Raturday night that Mr Will
lamnimn reached there'
The I)utton hank, the' Gaines-ville
Furniture Comnpany and a nuntlwr of
other busine-ppa heaue,.' ha%.' iaignifll-d
ilhir iintentiton f 'lp-inig duriK the
(-eremiio ii. and it would I.m a juml tritb
utt ftor e-' r> btupi .iesIh. u of ti h, t
cit> to i-**1- it- diu ran texmi.i during
the- a-er. ie-


Fromu Wtdnet-.day's Dall)y Sun'
A ll 4ft tih 1,-e II ,* hi ,*f h1 1

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ta ho eura- I )f- -'ltit -, 1:.I aa, a ait.i ..
Un imcaa4ri hI)%I cir 4.ia -.. I c. IL Ii-a .. t 2 a a I


S eoupled faith *It 11 .,-' m1d ,thlrlc k
she' had (, tiine to pnI their la"t re-
l1-<'ts to the man who had done-' )
nmih for (;aies.iill-
Re%-. ltridges and Craighill con-
diucted the ,r'erice. which was -ver
inIlreseile-. and in the remarks of the
cleray th,.. touched uipon the UCces#s
fill career of the gentleman while en.
atged In buiness.. The- mul was.
fuarnilshd by the Methodlst church
choir. who sang -Abide 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. located Just west of Evergreen
Cemetery. where they were laid to
rest in 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
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-
sociated with the deceased In a busi-
ness way.
Mr. Cnase came to this city about
25 years ago, at that time being a
promoter of a cotton gin roller, but
he wa, not here long before he
realized the great possibilities of the
phosphate eld and engaged with H.
F. Dutton & Co. In the phosphate busi-
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. F. Dutton. secretary-treasurer.
and C. D. Dennis, general superin-
This phosphate business was only
one of the Wany 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 transactire 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 Ilnn, 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
40,000 acres of phosphate land and a
great variety of ae city property.
His interests include Spring Park
Farm, turpentine interests. mawalll-
Ing and various private eoneerns.
Among other large schemes that he
was promoting was the large dry
dock and terminals for Jacksonville.
which would have made this city the
shipping point ftor a larger part of
the phospate rock now handled at
iSavannah. He had also largely In-
vested his money in the proposed
paper plant, and this was a certainty
for Gainesvlle had not his untimely
death put a stop to the operations
His Immense phosphate business
will continue, and many of his tos-u
eat friends are of the opinion that The
paper mill will yet be established
Mrs. C. W. Chase and his brother.
Frank H.. will have charge of his
vaMt estate.

Of good health should prevent sick-
oess Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure IL 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.

Arrested for Trespass.
Ik-pluty Sherilff U rutousn y eterda>
ir.ouglht hlIre' aitlnd laved 1in jail W1 E
11,1ll a egI w ho wa% want4e4 ful
I r -pa-- lie iad lta.-,-l i I' l111
*r ai t i rii a:t.i a anted
tit taIc i h.ir,, h, r. ulpnt i tile- part
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trrm woman's asilmts sa n itlsd to Wv-I*s do
addresses here givea% ibr positive prodl that I.44f is L
Vegetable COrn 4gm "fcumre fmde Mb.
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sMer Rvers begaa hs areameat The Special Review Term for teach. Godspeed. He was beai with g
1r the paseetion la the a of W. ers at the tetmoa Normal School will good nature and esthissma about the d
DhoMe, charged with forgery. He open on Wedaesday. March st. pe- trip. Everythniag was se aad "bully" f
mehk tar 2S alautes, whm Judge dal reduced rates cam be secur *. over to Roosevelt. and he acknowledged a
WUtM deliverd hi charge in the case all the Florida lines b) ap;,. 1 i ,1: to the cheering by repeatedly raisnla him
ad the ry retired to make up their local ticket agents The Southern hat.
verdit. Pas-senger Associatin iand the Florida
FreasI Swams, a youna negroM East 'Co at Railroad Voa.any have Is-
was arraigned ,c the charge of cor- sued such lustructiouns t their agen ts '
veylag tools to one John Jones, a The Stetsuu Normual &houl will DRIV T
priaer nla the county Jail. to aid nl offer review coure..s In all of the sub DR IV
the latter's escape, and plead not jects in whibh tIachers are examined
guilty. for any grade of teachers' certlfrat L | A
The Stae announced ready wi the in the tate. of FloridA. lu order to, U
cae of James Kelley. ehargied with encourage the, puhl pliocll teacheri-r
the murder of 'W .C V liars at High I1n their effort, to build up -an *si Springs on the night of August binh commonuu schooll *)tu etsI.oni "N.o ri: C H,rto. of all thi. ,
INC. whereupon Col lrpitllu ( of al &hool k ls.-r. fr. f. sittio fre.-f roo.*e, L li.1 j'C*Ra. u'l,
counsel for defense asked for ih<- ri St and a reducrd rat.- of boarding tito C.'.,-I ii slal1,
sherils retur on the- attal.hieut i. ul Fllorida teacher and plri ro.ipect'i. AWA Y tile I
sued for MclIween a witness fur the teacheTrs ho slab to take the reView fI"',r *jillu*tl.. l ,
defense. cour.-,. otffr. djurllii the sprlung It-rni AW AlY t1air0 i lr il*l
The sherrl niade follohig re i.r I.-lu.iiiuit. M.r. :l t and t l.iu: ___t__ _____l
of the special trur. of 75 sumazunllid Julls" I
in the Kelley case Railroad ticket can be bought on
John Osteea. W V Gay. M I) Ja, k March 9th, 3ith and 31st and will be *H Ole
sea. W P bettleiorth. Jaaper liar i ,,d for return as late as June t |
ri9. A. MUlear> C J iJudaay, J For further pertle r address Di jewelen and Optici
M. Oib. 0eo I. Taylor, Jasper rector A LL Subrle. DeLand, .ila




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Moor. W. J. Casso H. M. M 1tor.
F. M. Cellon. J. W. Sherouse. C. N.
Merry. C. J. Grace. Fraak Park r.
SCha. Tyson.. J. H. K dnedy. G(;.
Sampler. K. L Cashrma. J. L Grim.. I
C. C. rl tcher. C. L Kite. J. F. unch. O
ECIAL SJ. IR. Emeron. H. J. Halley. A. I,
Sanders. J. H. HInes. J. 8. Good. I, d a.1 IIO JiIIIr S-Ml S0S
C. Gracy. P. M. Colsom. R. C I1siis SeUagg ubm54
MpeM M rt V I- t th dead Ja. Harrison. R. R. Timon. C nrtis a Me Sm Tan t of
*2 psh t. I w oht awas br t out alrd. J. M. Love W. H. Hines. N t I l ta Mt m
t tbe hba t aged v oe Carer w. U B. Bryant. W.S.8. Lerande. WIM Y ar.
1 ag =at t etm lt edt M W Joe. M. Klte, J. P. Joe. C. M. Me- C-- pe_ eers are afrat M to gi
th d. Th1 a a" iddefead at d Kinney. W. H. Guthrie. W. R. ddiFn. M otapokes e-aios on amy remedy,
NM th 1 kh hd struck CGaoway, G. W. Evertt. Ell Futch. R. R Doke. however hiShly tiey ay e tem it
ie t le having mastnts bem the 8. Moore. R. R. Chitty. W. F I. O others a ft a l
* L The St ate restd. J. D. Caldwell. C. D. Nay. W. I, m of a woho Ie eat afrld o
* t, Mtl MGc. awu aster. J. R. Brooks. W. J. Enslt ':. q eo .yAwe d wlAt. yeS
PIO t hi m bealu H K n w Geo. W. Dyal. Jesse M. Shaw. R. '* .obt rite tor wi t. rm Iel
a I an ~ am wtln deee; lalh. John Chamblin. 8. A. Huuber. aap e w U teol 7 What he
ae W w Ohe-t sitea ppi t J. T. Jones. 1. O. Hilliard. laks.
i m V at the tim of the klt. Mess. Balrd. Bir ryant, Jones. Gu-
St wa ns Mdrf at the tlme. He did uthr.e Moore. Chitty.. ay Lancaster.
L *AI 1t Le B a tre ac-k O gilsh. Dal,. Bush. Hssey. Jack-
L ( ly; U wa drm. He left t am' Hilleary. Taylor. betteworth.
m M Merry Di mper. Times. Oracy and
S bia nsslemwy Cobo were excsed by the ceart.
SM uh an d the sheriff reptd tat be was
r to h e embe to ad Oso. M. Oran.' ig. W.
SSA-W apied bave been recover
,* tem a ew drmak. ma that T. Jam, T. D. Kit. N. C. I uttt, N.
P. Canuthe J. W. B ttso. W. J. Till-
It lpei ai sa e k wa as taut
a i appftta he eft ta the state 0ma, O r. IL Ok n. J. C. Bryant a C.
I d to m me a t fmor ht ao s
L M armumet Ier IdeaemM mad tMa Fe Cu aed eew mms.
> dM-ut, mld after th eewt d-tflver- reema ISwamm a more youth
s d It -a the jury retire to a. still tI hi toeem, was arraigned as
k M4 th eMe. They ww ot ut the chage of eeaveltag tooh to a
M bMts wvh tMhe rret rm with primr with iMh to -eape, s aed
Sa est a ma ter. the advie f his esumel e beater .
SOMt afMea d M o'dolk a plea of galty. He bought a
- W mM elusg. large banas and secreted a fe la t he
befoe a8ding it thr u h the
bar of the county Jal to a prisoner
S h7by th uamse o Henry Swans, a
IAha4bro of sthe primer. Jame
SKeIy. t wte uass who isN o 18 i
ed to Jal for th mwde of W. C. Se lRJT, r
la lard the m at work with the
lle mI repo rtd te matter to the M of- -om.
Jr INT, whoL Yond tlo le le ot m.jTw.o_.,--o.
-........f halt Hl to wo. Had the prioMaw bbees A .,wtos *
iven aMarUher b to work ia anl 0I dl to 0m11 m-a--. far hetbeeo.
r d V L SW L n d li who d"ired odM have escaped from om Mtsof huMMIty my ephrieme
S* tht pat of th jail dl the night. vwish arua.
Th Ieim we vereme u were d *I was asied vtha ui eih .ofr
charged atl o'clock p. m. atmeas, ik athea gh I Uied mesy
_____Dea se__ inmes eas a"*pm" t* several lest.es, a
"w aln s vras.
After betD cut Just me oar the *UeJ asn abes ar~ I Ibelie
w M Saw M M at be d ave8 j9 rye the Desm ease sd o i to la bon ea smy mrave ly.
a ^ w ofe eleme ta the aort and thMro their forces, J. I hae eevry m Masto Iberevett
b m semes. He MestNo a tIL tters, resunedm A vedet of Feim as ue i pseg mten y erm a-
S SoI eer eM the whMl er amd sulltr us rsed la tbhe rst gs sta tea Imews to weMd. Thersere
Mm p---er wiM M to ll e sm ofI tm mlteams. Ihav bebs, I sh aIl esmhs Ato e
M. Mi s havi teem wiSe r I U myr. eolrM edrme4 em d I those whoe an WW SrL.
bMdf the gaMfe a Me Th.em. N h. plea t to M mrd th d
W l Wtas dste, us wit b ea degree a d was me.hee too
ai Wm u t u. emr 11me 1sse1 e. f M
W. soiwasWe A sa DMU. atnV. who had bees to.w d I
epe as a bedmo" tl;us a" t" ases'meeb rte a eot s tUm
am t MeU ttet ida stdw asseemeey be ta bure aj te s t a s to
k. W" S SW"to OmesO.a mere at. I. Se-lras, was breaght
"11111 vs11141 10 f Ia r as" emard es larmtn
W.lU ta1 wasm Mos t msor to s o Ate mt or MLa r MUr HeuB
ess mte n dabed all he O. mee a defegde' ea~se de s RRt .e the 3t3-e -Prwh 4
e Me te mtea stated o M0he easeo of. 0 ea Jeeda. W dest Rerd the daft of Who
ee n berUt u 41 489 Dawiddp
dest eM der arn ieM C. la d w.t oe m c ouer of e. Bryant, wase ort Moas h a r1 Lbw a srth
aMer the whsey as requested, ae ilU e second Mmday in m as m mer, sle odt
Mies t5 g Mm that mith wais a LMy t esr byh pr oa t A II o ame or t ta

of Ms argumest court ad)ormed mt alght of Augst 8th. 1904. to which aia. e rpsstmpeates by tne 8mith,
I p. a charge both deMdants respoded 1a moaM ta sproeelatt vlt ad eil s
3Aftprms .rt at cdear voeea. aNot uty." bIut not by Mrs. Roosevelt who, with t

OMart eevemed at I o'etoek. e A telegram was received from Mc- te chldMre wl later. t
eemi beig crowded to atclpatlM of t w*'s physclan, the absent witness Thomends Chr at Pier. I
thM Me of Kelrsy, -;rged with e for Kelley, static that hb could come The ex-Preident. on his arrival at
meder of SIars. oomng to trial. Tamsday. and Judas Wills set the the Hambur-American pier ta Hobo
The aead ary ine ato cosmt aad cae for disposlt lo at t a. m. Thurs.- ken, was greeted with bands playla8
rperted that thy had as fthew bsi- day. to which hour court adjourned. lags lyiag and cheers of vera
eM before them, whorespe tmy thousand people, who had ausemboled
were disharged. Of Intret to Teasheram. to wish the dstiagalhbed traveler a

GWReizey Feudiq


4) 111r. W t. ige Isr,:@- IY 3
,I*,% sat~ atafty a.ae.I )~I. tr, i iA JA
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;'j.y ia "
0. DUKRE, Poter g
S allars COhaurch a
"My Me s bee n a very
t health er wveral years, amd
Isg esmd to do her ay god
beanto me unnmoae mml
ee tbea the Solor bas h
her ae, aad she is gaining to
every day, and I believe she isa
"My little bey, tea years ld,
ad had bat Ulitte life. He baM
PWUmO the day his mother bqem,
day hMi m Io esy, mad he is
S melfaug ad Jumpla ing
OeNet S shildrea.
heat ele.
ae.. IL W. Tate, W Linse
Walt Milus, Claesnsna, Ob e
at rseverld years be b as@hem
led with a peemllar spesdis
of sthe thream, wohieh aerreedw
vesaissem as a premeher. e lesk
as med hAs trb ble adieappeard


le for

A member of foreign diplonal,
eldlng the Presch ambssadr
sM prominent in the Roosevel
mael9tratkl-, were received on
he Hamburg. While the d
Spasmenger had left eapUdt lut
oas with the general manaa a
aptain, of Hamburg, on his vB
ispectio to the steamer yr
hat he would prefer to have at
nal attention shown him aboard I
hip at the time of salllng, the
ala could not forego the op
o greet the ex-President In tre
tary style.

Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Chas. W. Lbase and
ake this method of acknow
Aeir deep appreciation of the
cts of kindness shown them by
ood people of o.r no *
th of Mr. C. W. Chase and
mWaL such bmoifsat i f
ad enteem for our dear one will
r be forgotten





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The wife of Charles W. Morse, the
aTvlited banker, is one of those
gmua who do the sex credit." says
S Tampa Times. "'he stands by
r hmband. spending her last dollar
*to he him out of his troubles, see-
bg hi every day in Jail. taking his
~tal-cons and advice, managing his
amulleated business affairs and cling.
lg to him with affection, tenderness
Iad I elty that reflects strongly in
elarast with the behavior of many
i h women towards the husbands
04t have been unfortunate. No one
Mr m ellate how much it helps
uase to bear his imprisonment to
hdl that when his term expires his
WO will be waiting for him so that
S A ena go away together and take
Ibr emaant of years in such ease
1Id nsotert as is possible.
S is display of genuine woman.
ams outwesihs the follies of a
Sgnamld kSkle and lightheaded wo.
af, Uad It is a sues*at rg thought
t M thaa oumsnds of eses consplcs
Me wosmei eotniuously do the same
lin. that It is what may be expected
neW afteh than the reverse. This
lOO t promotes rejection on the
Oed thlass we see and hear of ln
Id ise calculated to convince eves4
*s thoughtless that this isn't such
a bad old world after all."

Whatever view may be held as to
asua ffrag It is clear that the
pesnt movement having for Its oh-
jMt the securing of the suffrage has
p1m0d the age when it can be treated
wM ridicule or as an incomse-
pestoal matter. With Sweden.
S and New Zealand granting
Ssuffrage within the last year. with
man suffrage in four of our own
1Iae., and with the activity and in-
hece displayed nla Great Britain, cer-
bte It is that the demands now be-
Ig made upon many of our State
Legislatures to grant votes to women
have an insistence and force never
01fore seen.

The murder of the American do-
tative In Italy by the Black Hand
Wil probably cause our Government
O tO a more drastic action in dealing
with that organisation in this country.
That it exists here and that it Is re-
spoasible for many outrages and mur-
drs admits of no doubt. Such socie-
ties most repugnant to our Amerl-
ideas of Justice and of dealing
with wrong. and the sooner this is
adoe clear to people of assassination
Pricllvlties the better, both for them
S a4 the country

The decision of the Htaudard Oil
se w which ha bet-en ieforer the Ipeo
Ile for the )iant two )ears eei na to
make It clear that all the efforts of
the Go -verni,'e t ij1 *eff.ecti 'l de'al
'lth hiolatioin of law ht ( illtlbiil oniti4 -
of capital %Iil haI ve tio le. doin* ovie.,
ASaiU A t the pil.se'it las fromlae
ah l b ,c ianuu h a.n ct&ic eild .tj.. .tr
141 1" 41 f ii thee. a pip. jj. ii.tj
the fli t ilei g in. ee .*1i I Iii. e i,;i. I

c* e of lth .-, r 4 lii. bio e c n.,
hpi ain of thl t (l .t r i.n iel prinlatilg t i
S wiowes ar ardruI adlsuwate-. U th.f
lKnadent owMrablp oE railrohad


Tsa.'e r;*e. of the pence. the pound*
I llI take of theminis.lve,." i. an 'kl n
Iornate" definition of the word 'thrift
Careful hu-baiidry of all the, thin,-
enitertirg Into Succe'oN. make sucre,.%s
Irn;'ri~ idence In their us#-. or ine,' l t
of their u'e. at all. equally %orks f.tl-
ur', iin any department of la)tr. If a
working man sl-,nd.s all hi,4 dines for
%hat does not enrich him. he will
have no dollars to keep him from
want. So If the farmer leaves the
small details of successful farm life
to take care of themselves. he will
soon want new Implements. new
stock. new wagons, new harnets. new
household articles and new clothes;
but he will have no money with
which to buy these necessities.
"Thrift" cannot be read In the ap.
iwarance of as many farm yards a:.d
houses as It should be. but there ai,'
a sufficient number of examnile.; here
and there to furnish the alphabet for
the unthrifty to learn. If the old can-
not learn habits of care for the small
things about a farm, young farmers
may and ought to learn and diligently
practice them. let nothing useful go
to waste from want and neglect. Have
an eye that scans everything, from the
tap of a bolt to the construction of a
house. and a hand for everything.
from the feeding of the children down
to the feeding of the pigs. The young
man Is a pretender, not a farmer, who
turns over his stocks, fprm outfits.
outhouses and fences to the care of
anybody. His laziness, Indifference
or Ignorance, whichever It be, will
very soon open his eyes, and the eyes
of all around him. to the fact that
there is no "thrift" about his premises.
Everything around him will present
the appearance of decay. Let our
strong young farmers remember this.
In this connection it may be well to
t.y and inculcate a lesson on the
necessity of collecting small things in
and around a farm for manures. The
waste of the best plant food every-
where was a foUy of the old-time
farmers. This, if gathered, protected
and increased from the woods, would
make an astonishing difference In
every annual crop. This system of
husbanding and increasing home.
made fertilizers is forcing Itself on
some farmers, and it ought to be-
come contagious. Our farming peo-
ple have oeceslonally taken a manlia.
Here is one which will benefit them.
We hope they will all catch it. If
they can b u ldueed to' contract a
mafia for pasait everytl Ap around
them under their daily peraomal t-
spection and protecUone and for having
up everything they can gather for ewa
rtieain their lands. it will be the very
best thing for them.


The Keeley Institute at Jacksonvllle
Is doing a good work in curing per-
aoms addicted to the drink habit, as is
attested by people In all walks of life.
from young men to gray haired vete-
rans, and deserves the encourage-
ment of every citusen of the State
who desires to see his or her friend or
relative cured of the liquor habit-
which is in many instance a disease.
If you have a man in your employ
who is really a valuable employee
when free from the curse of liquor,
but who is unable to resist his appe-
tite for strong drink, do not throw
the poor fellow "overboard," but give
him an opportunity to go to this insti-
tute and be cured. If necessary.
even go to the extent of assisting
him financially to do so. and If he
has pure red blood in his veins you
will never regret it.
It is all well enough to say. "0. hbe
could quit drinking if he wanted to."
but we know of instances to the con-
trary. where men had exercised all
power in them to cease the use of
liquor, but found It impossible to do
so. and who, as a last resort. "took
the cure." and have since been the
very best (trillsnt Two of the best
menSn .e evtr had in our employ have
tbeen I' ing ex auiles to Uh( of this.
and wali)> of our ln-at friend are to-
jda liW ling .ampillrs'. of it
Th. \W T I' of ('hirago hai.
le I h.I i m. ii l.lrt in a lri to lI A i9 t t III
h1i, I 1 tt i mother K .) 1 in-lltnute 1A

Ic u-a I ccl allif! %%t- Aft.l'' I OI lie u -el t114t
II -. i- t I Al. ii 'It j ar' '% fit rie tie-li
ta I e lit,. 4I''r ec .t t at r. I I&& P. L i
i 1 4c i I' a l a I i 'A thi. 11

I'' I Ic-d &fl

tultwuiiUcould taut hut thorif money to
Lwtter bYcreatimig a 'rust

briaters of this class. It wouldd do
more, to promote the cause of temper-
ance than all the laws that could be
pa,,ed analnst the sale of liquor
frnmt now until doomsday.
A man who has realized the neecs-
-ity of taking the Keeley treatment.
tand takes it. is like the one who ha%
had his hand In the fire; he knows It
Sill burn. and If he again partake
,f Ptrong drink he knows In advance
what the result will be. and for those
who again resort to the cup there Is
not much hope, but such cases are an
The Keeley Institute at Jackson-
ville is now located in a nice home
and is prepared to accommodate any
number of patients. The editor re-
cently called to see a friend who was
taking the treatment there. and he
found the Institute nicely furnished
and most homelike. Dr. Jackson and
his assistant. Dr. Betton. are pleas*
ant. affable gentlemen, and the pa-
tients who had been inmates of the
Institute for a week or more were all
loud In their praise of the treatment.
one of them informing us that he had
gained eight pounds in ten days. He
had only been there two weeks, and
said he felt entirely cured, but pro-
posed'to take the entire four weeks'
treatment. Only a few weeks prior
we had seen him In a comatose' state.
a mere skeleton, with me appetite.
and a physical wreck. Others whom
we know by reputation were also
there as patients. and all of them sai
they would not take anything for the
good that had already been done
This article is not a paidM adver-
tisement, but is written with the hope
that it will result ain some poor fel-
low taking the treatment and being
cured of the dreadful disease of


The Jacksonville Times-Unik of
last Sunday contained the following
excellent editorial on the above sub-
"We doubt whether a more Ignormat
jury was ever found than that which
tried Col. Cooper and his s eu ad
John D. Sharpe for murder. We
doubt if ever a case was decided that
pressited mere difficulties. We ex-
pected a mistrial. We believed that
partisanship m w high an Tem-
nesses that t would obscure the
evidMeace-that their Carmek me
would be for evirten while the Palt
terson men w be ftr ae~wttaL
"The easutof evidMce also, fr-
"hed pnade tw eOpestis, mia
trial. The wtaeaseo for Sth4
made out a case of delberate uer.
while the whins,-s. lbh b
made out a ea of m sei efetas. it
was the work aio jury to weigh om-
isettag evidence id deMe what
statements were true ad what were
not; and if the jury de1sied tist the
statements of the witnesses for the
prosecution were true and the con-
nicting statements of the witnesses
for the defense were untrue, this de-
cision must have been without a rea-
sonable doubt, for if there was a
reasonable doubt it was the duty of
the jury to acquit
"Putting aside the testimony ur the
defendants, there was other testimony
that showed that Senator Carmack
Bred first. We do not mean to say be
did. for there was other testimony
that he did not are a ball. But the
testimony of two surgeons agreed that
be could not have ired after reeliving
either of the three wounds--that
either of them would have been in.
stantly fatal. A pistol with two
chambers empty was found near eon-
ator Carmack's body. The Jury cer-
tainly had no easy task. even putting
aside the bitterness of the partisan-
ship that divides the people of the
"The Jury acquitted Sharpe. the
least influential of the defendants. It
could not have done otherwise. The
evidence against him was not suffl-
cient to prose guilt At best it was
only sufli'ient to create a strong aus
ple'iol of guilt
'Trh. jury convicted Col Cooler lind

Koiliti Co',wper of murder in the se-ondid
degree Thipe Aas evidently) a compro-
lnilnu Ace rdilng to law Ithies .houldl
Ihaist e i.- -11 is le i teld if te11 I I Kuill s it
anot prov .'cd '' eeiiil i i*ailonla|i,.
tloilo t itie% if it A H i' tt ihcl i icia i m hto*l
It t tl I lrii l oi f u( iitiart Ii i I -tie flri i
I, 1l, Th 1 inlhiet, r 0.t lls 1 thoiughi
fal fIlil fi iullil shlho lithat i 4 ,ll 1 i ell
sill thi." Jir sw* r. nof t ,atlsl.' -l| It w ii' .
A lili-4"n are (oitiluon a ith Juries a:
comlmou with thel Iust intelligent a-
with the nlot ignorant.
MinpA*L...11kimod"MASMA A*b&


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or disapproval of tae verdict-for md
exprstsin could mt be inteIs
tram oe who did ot hear th evI
dese-we say that these twelve m
evidently put Masmd all prFjd e,-
ered the case C tellmently and di
what they thought was right. A Jnr
composd of the twelve mos lasle
smt me In the United States If t h
bad bem uaprlUmoe wenuM Pb
aly have found th ae m vedt
have arnved at their e
the earme prmees eof smin
"And ths gmose to saow t dMte
oce between bak learmis amd
horse mmee.' A m may ave sm
and. not tmhe other. ok learie
say asist a to iveW wlth e
tab klads of physisa laher. Wut I
does not Suarantee thamt a ma bus
more brain, is a better saemaer. is
more aeerute in his ese hesm a
Another who oas not h-Mf m
letr im anther. It is am wem ,
but oft the ma. that the w.e 4d.
Ated mu is their aM al lteri tof
his Ilterateo neihor. Re who esm.
riders illiteracy In the South a eve
of a lack of brains, would do well to
not measure hi powers against the
power of the illiteates. They ea tell a
od brick as far as ay des I the



"We run a livery, feed and sale sta-
ble. have a city transfer and handle
hard and soft coal and consequently
we need a good many horses," say
Beddell Bros.. of Mount Camel Ill.
"We have used loaa's Lnalment and
Veterinary Remodes for years and
Snd they give perfect satisfaction As
long as Sloan's remedies are la our
barn we do mot need a veterinary
surgeon. We are never without them
and conscientiously recommend them
to all horsemen."
Colby Bros. of the Mineral City .lv-
cry. Fort l)ode. Isa. write: *We have
used Sloan's Colic Cure. Linimeut and
Fet-r and Distemper Remedy for the
pai ten ears and sein'r- we have hlte.-
Ui- .: them we bhav e never had a
el.t rin iur in our barm, and hae ilei
l0,- .1 hor -e from either colic or dip,
tlei J 4ld Ill -a that 0 %I tian r
alst i htore. or bourbs. who k., ,-
loj I.ILinienit A d I V.- I'.*n
R. II Ii ti l % l bIiar' i it I. : I
M 'a l ai|a ll i. miler'
T r*, a' It t h. ti -r I
fre t" i I i ,,, Ilr. *1
Vat] l',.tii |l., t,,, M M. -.-

A )ouiig l'aima girl re,. mi
deod has LIby t
id l C it L. I

w sn&

The Ow y au di~
Ing adburanevd se = !-

Cerk D dL 7

Fborm IL a S-M

-~~J Apil.
SwftI AlemInL K ~s,
rM. a @010hiwm -

C. Warren.
Pw ITnwaesu~Y
1w Oagod elnd Yeiw-4A.a

U. ndhrd. M
U- borBow rat db4

Ordimlme No MeI 4 b aW
a-a tomebM the d sof
arma within the HOWy a

up and read by aesotlens a
upo its first reading, i f
were waived and It waaes N Ia
council on second and d
The ase met of J. UL ul
reduced to 5M and Mre A. .

Aldermea Graves moved that
of the Oak Hall plat be prlam
the sam of $4W. whbl was
Aideriman B-mme -med
note be made to the D i
$424.14. gned by the
attested by Clerk, to pw d
due the Good Reads- .as.a
pany on the reek erwa-e .
The committee aastd to
on a suitable lot er t he
a new are staton made their
in favor of the lot owned by
Burnett. The report was
ordered lied
Aldermanu roome moved th
follow ng resolution be passed @
olunc(il in reference to the pay gf
fire-.tiet ddilag their service at (
hen tilith lih oie in used: "5
'I i.! ItIE filItIulig ,ut sl he Pbe
mi liiler- i, iif ti. F*re IpartmA
Ii. (i, (,r in, ille for their 1
. w tlie- i ) are ..) called
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1111141011V m AwrIA n 11V,1 "'m^ M KM Til rM MM --- orO WaUv* saved ba III- A 4in4 I e te @vent candidate
"---- to-- A.- D 1 nW m WoW kas. J W Mo.to withdraw from the race. bu' h
r f taim ll he made for specal legitla rs the collu & Co. date will not allowed to oter
tar Ites $ar ther Te of NewberrySC %vat" to the creditt of anotber al
M l Akema s ee wty. lords. giving It a s ubserfbe or The 9 a vn o t THE DAILY SUN.
Io. esp anter. previdingM fdr It's gov. peer choie In the nH IY Old N
em at d presbiag It's juiedl Subscribers. ub
m m on am P"weserentser. BUSINKS CA D 116 ....... 4s00 votes. 5l
1m0d IT. F. 1J..-. ...0. ....... 1000 votes. 120.
ind NOTICL I O.. P. WALDO. ...0 ...... 8.000 vot*.s 3.500
Netkt i hereby gives thathe frm UNDERTAKING CO For a club of tiove (old sub r
l Marti Brow.. doing business at ')I ITIST-19 onee ---.. onsi beforet .
.WItUm. iorda. has been dissolved For a club of five (new sl,-'tM
N. MarU thas withdrawn from said PULL LINE OP areham Sdllin, sat MeM.a Stress k oue year aubscriptilons baf'tre A
ra. All debts will be paid by J. H NaW OOD1.. 1l .Als t. A q Digto r1.1 o0 b0.te d su.brstrb)
nandall i ust laidFRANKCLAmonithu' ubacriptiolsl (t for. A
I o m PU. MNK C LA E. W l 109) 5.) ',.(M v)te.e,
(Signed) I. N MARTIN. For a club of te,1 (niw i,-T riI
J H MARTI%.N ,uNT, rFO CLARK & FIELDING ".l-nouth, but..l I,,. X I
---- e '& ,T ,j TOIBSTIOP[1 I. I,$l00 3. oo ) t ,t,i
A w 0l nJaw& d l4, 41
tlo ot pretty rw i p.loam Whutber Wbee~"al.e "--'-- THE 6MI.WE[KLY SUN.
t's caused by euralia toobach r -- Practice In all Courts State $1 00 4 .
eeMeat. Hallard's inow I.llsme-nt a111 PIrae. a 6mbsoo Wa manseto FederaL. i a alub of n ont ).tr
r'da.e the swellhi. d relte Itt#* MasUse. iMal N1 slefrpWb edors aub.cript lion .. 4
pala The gr"~t a.. ,or. cure for m=wv**" Wae -be There is no lilit lt to It., t
Ub1emall.m, cuts Vu., bruises clubs earh coute.ta,,t n., ,'- rO
SSalds- an-y and all a anud paint OalsnevliMo. Perid e. seon*oe Goaleesue Isuela eam. elltCint vote. by cand.dat
Sold by W M. Job4.oN f.i....,,. lent within tah. ,^.,. dstrldl


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IIMUEL A PPoor We Woman

flAE. or m -r A I, W-

The CoUttalo Hoor' at Atlantlc 1 19 bes LM
e .w e ga -. ssesed meds pteeime
b1ryuW" bn I ,,B Mag oute bigM ebl- Aslm t. V.
S-m h i 4ino", D.. 1. d 4, N. Y. Dr1. Pit
le --- lslG 0 o o le, Y. ... for
S mJ VS WIS I JOEeron nt y Is to have a n.w 6m 10 a L dereetl eal plyere. i
i o Sm$.0u. NS court bose at Monticello. -His maedlia s wM em-n s her amir ea d*g ssesy.

Y Tboer City a pped out over sa wro Is Dr. h7 vorSe PrIseripV Les
e m rfR EMIES ixteen eartoads of celery during t:. IT MAKES WEA MWOMEn= STONGS
S. past two wwks. CK WOMEN WILL
whandccMy d smmh fo wenes pse lr e-Nso w m a
o M dile Adviser ( ot C psg ),
A Theno-ty o .mCaswsed ad fpoe-dre lidis. which. dash-beuw, wil be milAd W
Set a melb cod ty Ie ad a wet or 3 of ee. am Ne s pay eMt d maikd ms. AdArms
W em dohe dry ele ctIk, saM eleetion to be held
i w o Iw ext ath.
A MOOS mereate chuebh building
ms s r tem plated by the Methodistl of
Se- *lt. UFtI work towards W FM MAW
M ratlnga the amunt ham slre e!y beenJF w

I-cr Baby9 Bat Iw Am r.
4a .. The ee ty L -- -- ptg I--- .
I* OW "wowlr r0 eo ty W e10"M M WMA a- 1 ofe aeeet o

1Sity Aboose, th coity Jal having ,. e aols l Whis a bo ldet of
4e Beaty b idear y the eee mrs raM t mu to be otd to le abt or al
a VM.Y nlsbt a are still at Nb ,II M at 1s ow
erty. k v

SOgs of e a re employ7Te SUN Isa S e ofa e lr
f P-te S e ai do- enX tlo A-ea NO Mos n NA on O NTICKET. a td.
gMt ia rder tha" h st m be Large Nber of m eato Il the eas O n ote $ oHowa Pla r
S u B t T the rso relddg
n complete sM con tramt time, M wh is Ae rl dl. Ceto t a c iuw
eny X now nal about two mosthe dissent. Petii ns wereo very plentiful all of W ne" amber of votes
S s- T -e day to be presented to the kemo eer 15th, o o, atle a
l m Ple o adding gu ty thcM tk arge e aking that eotlsin nes se e pli. 11t ,
breakmi and ,eb&i tmg th posteea ena the t sat t the eaing et? ADDITIONAL SPTL
at -Day- ya -a the t -o eruar dtSi ir mer me. iIn adto esn to the Piano
1th Drew Pmse a.as Joh s Mn J. A. Geodwn C A. Coog ugh, H.L h ts h r he u&
6On&, D OnwM Flo weduE
ea, has be .en seenIe to sve sa" Phfer, T. F. Thoas Rd W. T. Pound rUes IM
year at ha ra te or tb deral re alo th e ines to be vt _dtbe Used as a rst or al
r r tl peaen n.....Adt. amfupon r Aerm wile Mayor met ea new Howard Pnu en
v [.. s, Clrk .l d. Marshal ed d h b will b@ g*a t his

p The is wMasonid od g at a Arnot W wok Mbe nsked to nmake t herw toltasmwo kubo wn.y
Sspe nal meeting even g tast r th mpective io poes th n th o t si* re eving fthe
week deiied "to et a n ew Masonic new hom the highest Met, o, a duo will A
ISae ndd tSeatre embaned. A corn- hIfr $01".
V160PISmittee was -ained to have te lsee tel is e.e a due bill for
I n im v awn, purchase Mlot ake Thie Ganesvil e Na ank have re ble to 7.
-of ab. r placllMLPed in ther efaos ee m tof thetat. To t h ne welx tlh
X MIS of U* mmsa* aammsp=llmlnmr* Tu -a.hivote, a for
O W.iSN. toat ts D M Aycrdingd to thetesy yy wa Sar ly sma@ =@a eo" uW.ay be used
suepents thrty-nine national naks. IN motor beng placed under the mahbine waern or e he disposed of
IMP e Uk Oealat a de s Fiers bad reasbeesee $of35172&,676; that does away with the handle used mm hr anY value they may
UA F's 1h a6 O ens mad mss0ts t 1$19011; In- eoanmoEst u aie. TThs is nt m A wib. worth their bee&f
~divual deposits f early twsty Goly the arst -a to be Iastall"dInSu
S ping, m8 e s hv al4a eoa eTe te1ee of the OudI. bat in th Anst s k ver ad la the event of a tIe hor
o -po. T nearly eighteen per cent. An easel plaedI in the ndtre Sa, so the him 11 sim lad r in aO
0a Os eia painw: n osh lent wgl nI these hard tmes.- oent informed t o heeetrrthfete givet reash dof
Sdbdteo,i.esWh, Mi.Trio Dfmoai,,,. .
n in MCA SoO I Ae s. Mar. How ?n HwOrO W/hM
dM ut Sm Wafter. NMgsery ImI .eeas* r p ut The re".y.rh mehs a
0.h. **.s. D006 ed AiW Nil.. I uIP e** Pr "***MO- ..M.. ...A "'106 i b.. waft.1W e.e es Pam
Oft e landho kst M nd KM Clew develo y**Gdg meret is ambsene, sm 21o the sevt Hardwae
go 018ew. The"A the mrtevr of OI &Sy$ Nene eand Tar metoeml aharmfu9 drugs, mlnd ee themIoe.
I. 3. 3. Cmm wh" ftratshed the obsetate coughs sad ndads. WMYd S Teneb.
Is, ml MS heofiese of te mm the Igp so that n seriusParimt wM your boeatmeist W Vtein May be

F W. U. Ish"se. NM&.w bloIn thi contest and wol partici

MmrA Llc





WIe Wt Baid Been Treated Wel-- is

Fater Paid the $10,000 Ransom.

I.AND. 0. March '. -Littl
th isa. who L1ac; e -'l tl.. ', o
I- entire country' 'rdles w, r -
e wa4a kidi.alM-'d from
baron. Pa.. list Thursday.
dto his father at the Hol
pstel hlhre last lght at S:3<0

- with an agreement
1 B between the kidnapped
L a d M an ageat of the kid
W t yesterday. the boy was
M street car on the out-
so city and started to the
after S o'clock.
0. W. Ramsey and Ed-
recognised the lad on
lws taklg him to charge con-
to his father, who was in
T" boy wandered about
hl by asanoueaced for sev-
making bellboys for his
b the latter knew his son
S biM foyer. The moment
parent heard that a strange
w Be hotel he rushed across
grasped him In his arms
Ad hist face with kisses.
Lad Was Dtaou".
papt had been made to dis-
a el. He wore a pair of
Smsas and a large tan cap.
puled down over his ears.
l w r sad It would have been
ehatr recognized the boy in
Ab had he passed him on

bi i perfect health. Hlie says
ho S r been well treated and
his capture has been con-
Mtlr. He believes he was
tem Sharon to Warren and
to New Castle. Pa. It Is his
lreaed in a happy school-
a t he was In Ashtabula on
s imlt at the time his father
'Umv his $10.000 In Flat Iron

senior refused to hi ate
be had paid the ransom or
M id that he received a let
from the kidnappers at
htaron. saying that If he
S a eomfectionery store In the
o*f Cleveland he would be
to secure his boy unharmed.

YAt Alone to the Tryst.
1 after noon he left Sharon
= a*liad. He was unaccompa-
I *Ib mn.ediate family and the
OR dtteUves he had in his em-


ammci n.c*

Sft.w the iou, tw Brooks-
IS-; 04 U )vala and be-
pt; ~wet to Suwannee Ri-
g' Bwrtil to Alarchua. Higb
loUd S',,rtl,,,iuton o pritnv,
GoPer A'.), &adI all tuteruMed-

o t *

StoFl a Telephone Co
b LsM -0sstaemc Steu

I loy he- allril.ed of Ithe plrolso.- d !
I -r'-t nii*4 tin hbut In -it-ld that he
make the' trip aloneE l-.ry onet or
t1;e'-n as' warn d that hei r. t e (
t' i\ed to Kgo u tihraided and ino at
tempt at the caliture of the kidnap-
le ars now be made. Whitia wa.. (er
tain that if he spoiled the plans of
has son's captors last night he would
never see the lad again. His ex-
perience at Ashtabula served as a
About 2 olock yesterday morning
he went to a candy store in the East
tnd. With him he carried the $10.000.
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
)f a distracted parent. Whitla agreed
'o them immediately. Detectives in
his employ say that he paid the mon.
..y. but on this point the father de'-
-lines to commit himself. Half an
hour later he returned to the Hol-
lenden Hotel and awaited develop-
ments. As he waited in the hotel
lobby and corridors Whitla was in a
highly nervous condition A few
newspaper men walked over to talk
to him.
Father's Hour of Waiting
"In heaven's name. men. do not say
anything to me I am on the verge of
nervous prostration." he wild. "I ex.
p ct the boy will be back soon. but
I cannot state positively whether he
will return -afe and sound. Do not
ask me to reveal the alleged settle-
ment. That might ruin all of the
For more tha.i an hour Whitla
anxiously awaited in the lobby, amok
tIg cigars and muttering to himself
kDetective Perkins sat near him and
pleaded with him to hae patient A
friend approached and Whitla walked
into a secluded corner of the hotel
and talked to him in monosyllables
Hias eyelids twitched nervously.
The Lad's Return.
lia the iejanitilie little Willie' wa.
o'ing treated kindly and teen at thils
liume doe's not realize what angerr he-
as in. The woman in the candy
-tore had done her duty. She corm
.Tunlcated with the captijrs of the
boy and told the-m that the father
had made no attempt to trap them.
rhe boy was brought from his un-
known hiding place to a car line in
the east end of the city.
The kiduapper. according to Willie.
was cheerful enough. The youngster
and his captor skipped in school-boy
fashion toward the trolley line. jest
ing in the nieantimte.

A few rods from the car line. the
man stopped the boy. Pulling a pair
of smoked glasses from his pocket. he
adjusted them to the lad's head faith
the remark: "You'll look better hin
tLere The sides of the black )arn
cap were pulled carefully o#er the
hbo)' eari. A nlip which Willie" ass
to land to the conductor. a lpit int
the bo) pocket It read: *St ltd this
M)jy to the liolle'icdlnl Hotel douhti

Mysterious "Mr. Jones."
S Willhle a 1 1 th-e iman told thill that
ir .al l mI tit i: iar i li 1- ti I tI II tht-in lthatl It
%%.t '. ini -

R I&tIlow fle or aa reua,-sity fimnedcheit.

.fis. lA iury I? I )la Sq dta C~
141!Du,1sa at--

kw10 G4 Or t, if*Ities ?l u %L awIt e~u 41 tai-bake
adirect orelfthe bagmviy lat A 61r uuliI *I
4d'kae &NMI ICU qfchairse F ughtL Isin .e le'I
5. ilaisha l. i;- u ,ha. ita 1 Sa '$
ON 8- &oa i oree#

to n tino. and .ou a iII see your
papa ilretty m on." he aid.
Thils dellihtfql Willie. Ile swung
onto thel car quickly. according to hb.
conductor "Mr. Jones" paid the
bho%' fare and then got off the c.*.r
and disappeared after waving a friend
ly adieu.
lPreently Edward Mahoney. axed
17. sat down in the seat with the boy
Mahorecy. like most every other 1ir-
on in ('le'v-hlla:d la-t til!it. aa- l,' ';
i:ir for W illi.- W hitl S hS .-:tat ':
I ( e)Ita' r-:ti<, ,
Lad Denies His Name.
'What'. .our name?" he que ried
"Jone.." ai ,sw red Wili,.. a. ,'
kid(ial:er fri, rod had told him to, d
It( .Mlahoney as not to It fLIol i.
;Ie' called his friend. Ram.ey. oi er
from another part of the car and
-how. d him Willie. lie suge~ted
that it might be the missing child.
Then Willie showed them his transfer
slip. saying that he should get off at
the Hollenden Hotel. and they were
convinced it was be.
The boys took Willie to the hotel.
He skipped through the doors ahead
of them and Into the lobby.
Willie did not see his father. mother
or sister In* the lobby. Walking over
to the clerk he asked: "Have you
seen my papa?"
"Who is he., boy?" he was asked.
"Oh! I'm Mr. Whitla's Willie," he
The crowd nearest the boy who
heard the words rushed In around
timr. The father and his boy were
then brought together and the rapidly
increasing crowds gave frantic cheert
for them both. Father and son went
,o the former'a room. Then through
the door came these words, spoken by
the father to the boy's mother on the
long-d1stance telephone:
"Oh. mother. I have Willie here In
my arms. He is sate. Glory to God.
mamma; it is the happiest night of.
my life."
Fully 2,000 people gathered In the
hallways and lobbies of the hotel.
Those who were unable to get Into
the hotel stood on the sidewalk and
short- d for a glimr.p.e of the boy.
Again and again they called hias name
and Implored his father to bring him
>ut and let them look at him. Whitla
acquie- (d to the request of the
-*r',jd. and carrying the boy on his
shoulders walked down Into the lob-
by. Mounting a raised platform in
the center of the lobby. Whitla gave
everyone a chance to see both father
anid bon.i
Father Makes a Speech.
Cries of "Speech!" "Speech!" caused
Whitia to say a few words, as fol-
"This is my son. He was lost and
is found again. If I live a thousand
years I never can do enough to re-
pay the press. the police and the peo-
ple who all have done noble work in
helping to find my boy and in extend-
ing their sympathy to me and my fam-
ily and r.-latintie
The father then sought to Induce
the child to say a few words in re-
sponse to the crowd's demands, but.
frightened. Willie began to cry. so the
assemblage cheered him again and de
sisted in Its efforts to make him
The Little Sey's Story.
Later the boy related his story to
his father and the newspaper men. *t
follow "
"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
sour office I w'nt out to a buggy
ith hin On the Sa) down town he
a.k.-d ri- to" address a letter to you
I did this and then dropii-d it into a

I ail box. Hlie as fully kind.
w\\' ent from Sharon to W\:irren.
Th' 111:1i W ho %i- tl!i h atl i : ( 'v
biro):ght Ille to the .ir Iliis la t iuiglit,

. All right Mlr h il ,iet'-' ta i %At rte-elI % ii tale a-to I leitt t11, d the- Fobe-
is A~ #e I i't iit% I. gc = 4 e;..q te a h V. I'o
z.i ~ca Catn i~ti .~e~ W~iw i& vS t Ig(t I te. I1 lif- the nlam
use~ 14 t 's- i iu Oki t- id 'ta- earre-nt ho. ii' timia iv! t the-
t,~ 14 1.1111e ainI 111~& t h, roa ['d i ii. IA Igit Ole
W II %iIie tc I t.ati'ini4 I A'1,a ,i I thinki %A. it.. Oceet-tri c ar I


I .1 I,' % I, Iit> i i .'e l l ti e t carT
Short, Merry Whskers.
\\ h Isi e% I 01 i teatsll that thi
i1 ain called N A (a .t.l< theyy tooik ui
to woL A tiliaIIs ite- %A:I KgtHA teo Hite

-p P

I hI tlh.lpti. el wh

.as e it llleth lhce r.- i
el|4( tr I' l.ke -d I
.A he ied tai hibke
h lii -k, e I
lH ie lople- ia the
I,.Ai I lunti do j
Ic.' tc, do If I
thte) maid they
pelau tctal H
folka that

atIil.- r I thc build

111 I thili k Wt.- a
ike a dt teoI he-

i it i htl told i.e
I t ll4t I. > !1l,
aii oulue thtU
Stake ume to a

his; IA) owl

Do Not Neglect a Cold.
E e~ W mm Lr m owmob"
agYais lessu able tO witand each



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M- al t- ftfb, w-do- -0u-1 m

-rn-r nO
W.-. 3ui

I walked the ebhaTk Jut l8e a good 4. S '
boy. papa. like you e told me to do. --1 Oa1C=
"On saturday night I wa tas
away from the hospital and I think we r ..
went to a town called Ashtabula. We aa af ssa a
traveled In a buggy and on foot. : d1 h -
,arly In the morning we went back s --e a
to the hospital I heard cme of t-he wdim, .W
men say: 'There will be nothingdc O&
Ing tonight. I gueS. le h er ei
*They told me I was taking a mt-
tie vacation. I was not goiog to be fa 1 a
hurt, they told me, so I Just acted = .Ss.sily
nice and had a good time playing pai d w D be .mu as
around the ho.ltal. I knew I would a W
get back home all right and just sp s
posed 'Mr. Jones' was one of my to e -
friends. who was treating me mce be- 6
cause you wanted him to treat me that A ilie No
way. p.ajp deir." -allJ IV
Before retiring for the alght. Mr. 9t6ma lLl
Whitla admitted that he had paid
$10.000 to the woman lin the candy -L I VON=
store. It was nla currency and bills. ,s le Cle, ,,C o S el
The woman did not count the mon".y. A .cbu&, c* a
I. S bauqe -e vse -
Mr. Whitla believes the woman was Pu.ak.al n s. Ielufor eoe. *
an Italian, but refuses to disclose her s awesi e sm aum"ei--
identity. %le. ai t des a* laia
h eseo rmt aurevsi
Itching pilei provoke profanity, but .Is ,a.ses a S
profanity won't cure them. Doan's uee Jr?.w
Ointment cures Itching, bleeding ior asew ar the as
protruding piles after years of suffer- oft AaL A.
Ing. At any drug store. tle f s

The wat dUGo move eal es wee* i :h
bu-sines than all other brokers e*
Wand-la fact. they a"tart moat of 3 1.

t" bs lss l MI AO LlA M 1B
Ma. LA WS OF rFLRDDA. i- U aNO_ 5----0 O -- 0O AlpW
Noitle k berfbt etves fbts Aeoli Wtily am l W' AW OFVWA.
p8-0-,e'r of ?as c V sa nets eIN& eZ lNed" Is 1eeto tlh W. i 8EnMOM
a*ett N4 ts* tb O tb d. oft Aif A pmebmser Ta tss i ~w
ofn. -e. ae. ,t meme 4 a l.esae for t sso eiase la ,ue e. a haa
to tur if f-n-esav*se wish law. SeM sMto e o a t.lo. w = 106Z
Pwese. twu eep. threeliesl. stwe seul w oa oiw. ea aee***bsW
er ir ,iiate to Alaelus *esots. itoiMa. 0 Is edese e p.er M a
*l** **ear.u.esu.ewit:
Barek IaI t.R MHr. k R i5: t eI*a *. g. L L lal 4. &ri. L Tp B .L
ast nMokSc 6 R uIst a L'aAle's Aduism T e mlsobl e Mt a s s4 nd"he daa
t0o o .ycuI-e she af seea ssiaa eeneses l to semr
Th. saM '*el( betal name s at te i. aaf Ostewa.
she imusee as.f mee elseUaen e swi O 'ies amoasa=a*iselaslse bMesaseema a
* P0hauswa. Uakaews. L'sahows saa U- 0ao Jw. ga finlns hauMaB en
nown. we1s(tdamyJof w aA MIk
U a es..mida ertesi. sail eredeem-a W.ile *[,imry 2P"do at ea0i.B..
fordiw to law .. sA 4s. willn U~s Shams she STia a of wauy. A. DD
LbP 2.1 sday of Msareh. A. D. 19 S. M.
W ine my oaSi"al flaure oa-* s thgi Chr e a 01ts1 Co1rS Aiseba .
tb. S;ibdda of r*bf'cavY. A tX Lae .-- _
4 Clerk CreultCouw;AlasoebsCo. 1PT.
LJk..W UNUK bCrTON Por CU r E...Civil E iwwsr sad SIrveyr..
0M*. LAWe ( rLL U L bADA T
Notice Ia hby ltie. ioea a R. t r h t .M'. A s RAL TATE
lurch' e*r of Ta a Ciertrftel-e No "S.

#I twit'vipsets diet a% tfNeaut eenfrr A 11, 1movi,
b t. tiled 'aki ve-rtitt.'s ie-'i, D t% e.m4-r b-i
bees made atug Il.,1 00a @--1 it. t1.-%o' s.r IT
ar'eurdancie mitLl aw sehad eerub.-Cmg CM
a'redlot .A leceanhs tive b%1"rl. a flec t5
l,-t tf%%rc ;- TvIto tee CIt 4 s -e q
lice *abet) I nedti-cst s *."4-.at .Me dnc 'ale
uth I-. sciretee 1f' u~ellOsile C1i h
Uimraen seaid '-- ttI tflmr -r.ltomie rPdgpu@A~gg1wa.
4.4094bd12& 14UIas C dUelI II- lsii As. ee reum ien
ter- list dda'-ef MA4'eI-A 11 140
%% Itiaccmt. e e 5. 4 -lt b tai tur@ Sou'l ~ I
tboel~iLda) ul Vbrtcruarl A U romip
b N W I-Neg
ili C~e-lb C lre'ecit Cteurt Alselsu& lu I,%,

%elecit s ITT eorebwgo lot in 1k 't fe-tir aso .- s
tit~ee DIP%&Nyse tut ct'.lkia ie-ref I a. t.-"~if
cugi P Ci~e thS*CsbIw4a 5lisi IMI* 641-C 1t.p
CUte- IbiiCJudie .5 A lam tul. a ipul-ib io ai
tugai 4j ih114 03" Oa ei lIu(Semi 4'sgrwi t IAt14
th ue ('It)U' ".1st fe 1M lafeit thO PeAI
Ad Patmel
&Ob06e Scwft a*"5 9 MC Piic o

Pumpt atteutlow to all bums"
-)Miw.UMra4. do ofSrth of Thm~ruee
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Illican of Waldo it In the

r vldmon of High Springs is
visitors to the city.
Gedwin and wife of High
Ian among the visitors to the

SSaw., ae of the succesaul
sf Alacheua, was In the city

t Oee-no et Wileford, deputy
imd that section, is In the

4 plOtW ofNewberry is among
=W 1to Gainesville attending
seisi on of court.
S* of High Springs is
e ud110 rt. He is now en-
1 b butcher buWMne.
mlaam Dell has returned from
. amd other points, where he
r past few weeks.
llt CD Toale is guaranteed to
p dM tewer, colds and lagrippe.
Ss. UL8@M by W. M. Johason.
w V1. ULvIngton of Newberry is
p ~UImn eourt. He is one of
4 mt deputies of Sheriff Ram

a few days
4d lr brother
- UPMrt has

spent with the
in this city. Miss
returned to her

I. Ahderson. H. Mc. Grady and
IL bmers formed a trio of High
bu iness men who visited the

Jeah Waliwright returned to
yesterday, where she will re-
e r duties as music teacher in
is eWary of Micanopy is in
attteding court. He has a
gmber of friends. who are al-
am to 0weleome him.
C. Hague of Alachun and W G.
a d J. G. Osteeu of High
a M amomg the visitors to the
| 11tiig the speciall term of

Jessle Burtiett ft y. t.rday
i0MaMpy, where she % ill ipend
sMl several days isitilnt rela-
Me W*a.' s ccon'iiied .)) her

P. J. M. Shelton of Iake City ar.
bl las the cit. )y.sterdai) anid will
"Ml e aext few days here visiting
W Ltir. Mus. A. H. l[onard. and

4 L Q~rhee of High Springs, one
| I dehanls of that place, was

The Famous





SSprad i mor., t aild and
Other and goes further
than other br.in .s

Wears Longer

MI will liet crack ,r '-I
t Iy t ,S.


Ituilting i

The Lead with

the Spread


in the city yesterday.
moned here to attend
cotrt as a Witness

He ass mrin
this term of


Iae. I oe?'- l t.. ri--iud ill Pli iallha ,e

Mlr., Cheat lot te. raitter Ze-te eitomIaiof
Roim It I .tt. milali t-* ill,-e *Iega.tg Il let ''I
1,.r dIatig tol-Ir M mKtt.ir- i Saiah too %I t- l

% .1 TI;l. ie ,t[I1.1g, %%111g 114'c ill A j litl

I[.tot Il c l :,lee'-. -li'd .1 I l l ~ .jaic
aol hat It(,( .al ait aeit .a w ls it feitar
tet lm c a -wol ~cte it. alite~ iopl iluat
't i lle!loll crato eie, A II aI f

Ikpil I I jIta'~ -I ifile- dtIa ad it a.til, Ar A a
..tilae~li-, 11 i ll a Imi itec'At itk.% a,'9141 \4'1%a
Sloil iec ala-.' aItIll lta- .a I .(j lt ea % Ill"
April IVA It ()ith.-.d., (iel) Iilro a Sii
I lpice~. 'Illecec hil iiIIla: crcehr- 4 t a.. lit
a Ill ~t egeet ble aIt leecut Illu
W j Klieldlet 4 .\v.0 bte-r ) m
Sliet'Idtil th: tlatuf S 10 CLcit:t) 1Ce.t%:r

For Coughs rind Colds

Traoled with a coia A hard od, bronchits or me
chrodnnlun trouble ? aT I t a md2dae Made fir Just
thue cM -Aye Cherry Pectoral. Yor doctor kwwn
dabot Ask hi wbat be dtk of No meiU
Cm ewr take the place of your doctor. Keep I de
touch with him. consult l frequently, trust him fully.
No alcohol In this cough nediwcine. JC.A L, JL .
SSeWarduyeLd. AUll vcte. Act darstly A 5 oi wne I tily
Uv&e. Des, ely one pilL Sn'd (or ne rty sixty yean. Ask your deder abrt thUem.

Attention Is directed to the ehanrge
of advertisement of the Iutton Ilank
They announce the ol|-ning of their
new savings department, receiving
sums of $1t and up and allow Interest
at the rate of 4 per cent.
J. A. Maultaby of Campville is
among the business visitors to
Gainesville. He came oer to 1.) I.
after his Inter.es.ts in the l.rtk lu-:
nes. having a bid to furnish the t.::i
:erial for the governmentnt building
C. I). Wood of Archer was aita-t..
tn-' visitors he re .ye.te rday.. He s t-:t.
that he ha* albut fnlished niavilia
Into his new bt'ilding. a which Is lo(iat d
near the depot. He was formerly aa-
soclated with R. It. Hodgson. but the%'
iip.-hied by muunal ((oiheit andi d
vided the stock.
John Carlfile. son of Judge .1. A
Carllsle. has accepted a position a%
traveling salesman with the Ameri-
ran Tobacco Company. John is on
of Oalnesville's best young men. and
The San Joins his boats of friends in
wishing him success n his new vo-
cation. We predict that he will make
June D. Richardson,. a nephew of P.
M. Oliver, who was at one time en-
gaged In the newspaper business in
this city. is now editor and manager
-f The Boyle Helghts Suburban. a
weekly newspaper published at Los
Angeles. Cal. June is a "born news-
paper man." and his Gainesville
friends will be glad to learn that he
is doing well In his new home. Mrs.
Smith. nee Miss Gergia Oliver. a
daughter of Mr. Oliver is also resid-
ing In LoW Angelcs.
Prom aS ee ir'sv Dt Sum:
John Thompson of Newberry was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. A. Newberry of Newberry
was in the city yesterday.
Dr. Those. McLeod of Newberry 1s
among the visitors to the city.
I). M. Phifer of Windsor was among
the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
I. 8 Futch of High Springs wtas
among tue visitors to Gainesville yes-
J. F. Moon of Archer was In the
city Tuesday. and made The Sun an
sareiable call.
C. H. Coles & Son suggest that you
drive dull care away by purchasing
one, of tneir new Edisoii Phonographs.
Mrs. H. N. l.eRoy. who has been
visiting her sister. Mrs. E. Lartigue.
for the pa st 'several days, returned to
her home yesterday.
II. A Pickett of Jones~ illf is in
'he- cit). ie is here to look after
hiim property interests. besides attend
Img the special -session of court.
F. S Curl of Archer is among the
visitorss to the city. He' i one of
Sheriff Ranisey's deptities and it
nere assisting him during court.
J. 1. G(rlffin. nierclhant of the Jones-
%ille section and also one' of the most
substantial planters of that section.
waa a sisitor to the city yesterday.
ClIas C. Martin, the genial post-
nxaster of Bell. was among the visitors
to Galnesville Tuesday. While here.
he made The Sun a nagreeable call
Col J. J. Harr of Micanopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
exleiusitely interested In real estate
and orange gro.e pIropt'rty near hil
Hii. H Pinkoeon has gonee to Inter-
lachemn and swill engage in the' fish
bu ltae's from that point. He Is
thorouiihly ex|jerli'ncled in thin line'
and will doubtl. es nake- good
(h-o I. T.i lor of PaInwTr w ai a
ti.iior to the citt .se.t.rdad iif i- thl*'
a"elinanodatng managi,.r or tine IM.-tii
orchard there ansd i>ae'r failh to r,.

ol that section.
Mrs. C. A. Splvey of Windsor was
a visitor to the city yesterday. She is
stopping at the home of R. D. Peeler.
in South Gainesville.
C. J. Grace of Evinston was among

the vlsite;rs to the city yesterday.


states that the truckers are very busy
just at the present time.

Teachers' Have you read the Stet-
son Normal Announcement elsewhere
in this paper? 8tetson is surely kind
to the Florida school teachers.
F. F. Paulling,. formerly member of
the county commissioners from Mica.
ntopy district. was meeting his large
number of friends in the city yester
W D. Wheeler and Donald ('. :* )n
left yesterday for Jacknowi l. aindd
aill sail from thai city t Nes York
Thle'. expect to li alse..t for aitoe

N FI lol i a-t of I 111. aiaiiiKg the-
Sesilro toi (; ll>a 1. ill* 114e took ad-
anitaKg'e of his t .it and had hi. time
Sat' ode d oni I *i -, ub.,cripti rl ion list of
., I %% I 0 0 I
W S Jacksoln of lake View was
UaiclagK iie t*ibaltor to the city )>eterr-
<1.v li.e csilie' uoe-r for the purpose
itr lotkiiKg after somet lax matters and
weI iStag hin iuni) friends
W 8d Moore of Hawthorn id aontois
lhe Kaxt Knd lsiltors to Galnetillle
HI.. i. proprietor of the Moore Hlouse
at ihat ielace. ahich Is a great faturite
aigoull the tLasehling public

1. M lurra) of New York has ar
rived and will iu future hae t charge
of the White House as manager He
will be asiatd in the oDice by his
brother. H. L Murray. Dlth are sa.J

lperienced men and will retain the
same good prestige that the hotel hac
gained within the pa.t few months.
Mrs. J. M. Shelton of lake City. at-
ter %lsiting relatives in the city for
the pait few days. returned to her
home yesterday. She was accompa-
nied by Master Duke Truby.
W. P. Shettleworth of Evinstom was
in the city yesterday. Hle is the larg-
est elon and cantaloupe grower of
that sectlon and has for a number of
,'ears followed this vocation very ex-
C. Rumph of High Springs was a
visitor to 0 vile yesterday. While
here he renewed his subscriptio for
another year ad says he could ot
get along without The Sa sholaig In
tis home. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 3. Gorham of
Metropolis. IN., left yesterday for Day-
toas Beach, where they will take lain
the races. They are related to Cel.
A. P. Morrow and hare been viMting
at his home for,the past few days
Free taitionss, free room rest, re-
dueed boarding and railroad rates to
teachers and prospective teachers tak-
ing review courses at Stetson Normal
School. March 31 to June 1. 1r par-
ticulars address Director A. L. L.
Suhrie. DeLand. Pia.
J. J. Donaldson. who owns ad oper-
ates one of the best farms In the
Hatchet Creek sectkm. ear WaldMo.
was among the visitors to Gainesville
yesterday. and called to renew his
subscription to The gas. Mr. Domald-
son has been indisposed for some
time. and his Illnes at oue time de-
veloped symptoms of a severe attack

day. lie states that the farmers ur.
all busy with their spring crops ainu
iiianyi of them are up looking HIli'
c(1d seasons having prevailed since
W. A. Snowden of Micanopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He
states that the farmers are receiving
returns now for peas and cabbage and
very satisfactory prices are being re-
ceived. The cabbage crop ls sold
mostly f. o. b
I develop any sine roll Mlm for 16
cents; post cards from same. 5 cents
each: paper prints. 3 to 4 cents each.
One dosen post-cards reproduced from
any good photograph. 75 cents. All
work promptly and neatly done. P. D.
Cox. High Springs, PVa., Box. 97.
W. J. Ward and family left yesterday
for their summer home at New Haven.
Conn. They own a handsome home
In East Galnesville and are regular
winter visitors here, but Mr. Ward
being engaged in business In the
Northern city they are always com-
pelled to leave in the early spring.
Dr. Armstrong tells ua there is very
few nervous conditions, headache and
stomach trouble but what he can over-
come by the drugless system by
which he has cured a great many here
of long standing chronic troubles.
The Doctor's next visit April 13th.
One day only at the Brown House.
roum Th eratwes Da~ V unAm:
W. H. Berry of Alachua is a visitor
to the city.
C. V. McQueen of Newberry is here
attending court.
W. J. Hamilton of the Newberry sec-
tion a as in town yesterday. ,
Dr J. A. Chamblln of Archer was
meeting his friends In the city yes-
te rday.
S. 0. Barron of Bell is among the
\'Vest KEnd couple visiting tne city and
attending circuit court.
0. C. Owens of Alachua arrived in
the city yesterday to be present dur-
ing the week attending court. -
0. G(;. larker of Lottleville is
.imonog the visitors to the city. He is
:i lprosie'rous merchant of that section.
R T Thomas of Willeford in among
.at, visitors to (;ainesville. lie Is ac-
conilpanie'd b. J. I, Slocum. also of
that section.
. R. L. Timon of Trenton arrived in
the city yesterday to attend court
He is one of the extensive merchants

he hab recovered
an operation is

The following is an extract from a
letter dated Campville. PIa. Sept. 82.
1908. to Dr. E. H. Armstrong. the
Jacksonville eye and nerve speciaMat:
"Dear Doctor-I will always recou-
ment your treatment to any I sae
suffering from catarrh. nervousnen
tomach troubles or any alecti &i of
i4e eyes, as your treatment lr my
self. daughter and son has worked
wonders and overcome thwse terrible
headaches, etc. I would not take ten
thousand dollars for what I have
learned while under your care. (Sign-
ed) R. B. McRAY."

Gainesville. Florida.
Dear Sir: You are to paint Mr.
-' house for $1--. We won't
tell your private affairs- no matter
what figures-it's a fair price.
What paint'll you youse?
We're thinking of one, aM paint and

,a strong as a palnt ca be; itill tak
about 15 gallo. $761 tfor pWalt amd

Another, half paint; It'll take about
Ito gallons of that. 15t0 for paint and
The least gallons paint of course.
wIll wear a long time; the other is
good while it lasts. Least gallons,
least co-t west job.
It Ien't every trade that lets a man
do a- cheap job and make money and
friends like that Yours truly.
I'. : The Gainesville Hardware
(' se11 our paint

Deeds Piled for Recordt
Followingl is a list of deeds that
were filed the first of the week for
record to the clerk's office: C V.
Goodian to I 8. Ashle-y. Alonzo Hall
to II E Ta)lor. 0 and F Mock to
hlattie Ferguson. M Venable to
Creaay Williams. Mrs Mattle Van
landluihau to It C. Johnson. Chase
Watermnani to W T Prescott. J D
Merry to Jvase J Willliai s
Read the want ads.in today's Sua

-itl T 1N n lus
ful. 1 Mud. 5erv.ous fef la f turuolro
Ri:. $ iafteaully Laken the tWing outaof rurw
sndb- It s th e gresteil reourti. 4diw
f' otl. A Ue S F'o lt4e s-s. -*
f .sea she 1'-lea' ss It Ia s certain
sweateds callous sw le tired., i'b
Try Ii lta a A od b ll U ruggaftat
btare sur s masill fulr Isk *ltsamAs.
"efl',. it SV ttl** u tUIedr ll -0Otmr.e
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F** y Wml* AboveO *i m
On the Ith Wnt., a *lm -1 1
pubitllshed I The Sm thait a
pair oft muWe had bo drewm g
cromein the waauee rve e W. 3.
Powlw'r terry at Old Twl. The
location of the ferry wae am enm
either by the reporter or bil llWg.
ost, the accident haviMg esemnwMd 1
a ferry many miles abrve ONM ITb
It is alleged.
The Sun had so de ire oI
to do the owner of t Ms y 1M
Town an lajustlce. -4
makes the correetiem duo t.

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