Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01617
 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 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01617
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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-M ae oEm mohre m tofe hobjee-

-, _f- utat w -t be mrateraallo ther
SIm. areI r f t he obn o
A.IUK-. amd yWil be argued Out ea
ft of r* the m aAm:
h% Ita-t emmrse the n takte in

i e a f f r im ever.t
A Tee tldes of Nlu saul wrillme
Sa t te mumate sad ml aim um
-gei fa the hbll areM toemely drawn.

i I tpuatimc w"id eti boul tbar
i 4 i.le t2he Amerlams pbic and
a& gg e A ime ethes trade relay -

Se That the deawbeek proviaib of the
M l. lwW l yk -e ljmrmasly to

0 luThat 4 o sm prMoie for a tariff
t imesd m which Preddeat Taft
6- I ead It bwear hae was trisdly t to. but
i 1 wI0 I tna VMw oef the fast be did eot
S1 e u* % he la ite message to Cemoaress
e w o im aew e inda"
at the is dtterly pekilg nl
e -l amg eream seems whih will en a-
j1 G5 6ama to memaftla favor-

tWheth a the o id m ~f valusT me based
S M the Amuricaa wadlemale market
4 geit ul-s Is of dettomal wisdom aMn will
b.u wWk ertto erease duties.
Tha toe meh bau been done in the
1 fteet m oft redeSi. g raw materials
0W16,t- -Wap-ei "g reductios in.
telh 4e ties of mamfatured articles.
M g l.iIes 0 the ease of wthe Westh's bide.s
-4 -ew lhad's well-protected
sn" s sad mohms,
Vm That the StaINdard Oil was gener.
S1 s ee bed after by the Mretaining or

P 1 011111 willum ist m m ated In tmhe Dingey bill.

1140, m te11 butortance. but stillimportag
f *61g9es89 eammh to La'. a bear" ong1b. fu.
W m se aOf MJ tmw of the bill.W are en raised.
A1 M6se When Ie* Payne bill was Brat submit-
111 Ot11 be 110 ted is was aMMd that It would go
@M 1 Gl theO thbrogh the HoNse with few changes.
P I Ce 0a brm That was before the measure was well
1 er a be Wiped maderstin, and because of the man-
& h11 SUePe *foff eIn whieh ecNh objectlonable fea.
ture was hidde In a labyriath of
hab h oae the tIap "ad ehal"al i2agua1e. It is now praC-
4@M gP bak. s" bsm tiilly assured the measure will lose
m aM, Will all its detity entirely beefore leaving the
swMapa, of $5at as twer breach of Comaress.

Chooses Bul-



T. W. Stands Will Not Be Candidate
in Coming Contest.
T W Shand,. on0e of the prt-s-ent
aldermen and aloo p.re-.-~dewt of the
6b)m will nout again lle tounI. a 4i nt1dl
date for ithe l ouIitii
Afir clur coitidid .al- oii i h. h;ia i de-

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' t ,e..t, -ufiaen were UU II ownMr.
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Meat Complete Printery in the South.C Aa st Ibefy ad I
Lees to Owners Will Probably
A-t to O. Scod IMa=y I

JACKSONVILL,. March 2S. Fire .
of unknown origin. starting on the Circuit court met at 9:0i o'clock
third floor of the Taylor building. 118 Thursday morning.
and 120 West Forayth street. shortly ="The case of the State vs. D. M.
after 1I o'clock this morning, in the DavMids and J. M. Kelley. indicted
DrlntiUa department of the H. & W. for the murder of W. C. Sellars. was
B. Drew Company, completely gutted continued, on motion of defendants'
the second and third Geors. and caus- counsel. to the 10th day of May of
ed comaderable damage to the stores the regular spring tern. Application
on the Arst floor, both from water will be made for ball In this case and
anid re. the same will be heard on April 22nd.
The loss cannot be accurately estU- Jim Nash, white, withdrew his plea
mated. owing to the fact that none of of not guilty to the larceny of a
the occupants of the building or the domestic analmal and entered a plea
owner of the structure would place an of guilty. He was sentenced to a term
esumate on their Individual losses. of two years in the State penitentiary.
Various estlmate-MBve been made by Court adjourned until 2 p. m.
outas pattOes. and It is not thought Aft.rn Sees.
(bat the loes will exceed $175,000 with
the Drew Company. the heaviest loser. Court convened at 3 o'clock. John
The loss is believed to be largely cov- Malone. Geo Jones and Henry Swan-
ered by Insurance. on., the tegioes who plead guilty to
The entire second and third floors brealkig and entering H. McL.
were occupied by the priatery and Grady's .t >re at High Springs. were
engraving plant of the Drew Company. sentenced to three years each in the
which was probably the most com- penitentiar..
pletely equipped printing establish- W. 8. Nble, alias Buster Kittler.
meant for commercial work in the went to trial for the assault with In-
South. The loss to this company will t Lt to murder J. P. Henry. Judge
probably reach $100.000. One room of yd I.. Carter and Col. Evans Halle
ibe lower floor was occupied by thoe 'ij.lared for the defendant and Sollctt.
Drew Conmany. )r Rvers fuor the Itate.
The building was owned by iMrs. The following jury was sworn In the
Panny a0. Taylor. who was also a Case' W. 0. Tison, J. Jlurkhlm. 8.
partial owner of the Gilkes building 1. C(hetes. Jou. Malphurs. W. 1. Fa-
e FPorayth street. which was destroy. gan. J. Ii. Dell.
o4 by are a few weeks ago. The witnesses -were put Utnder the
The loss OR the building is conserva. rule. J.. P. Henry being the first one
lively estimated at about 925.000. t' be called for the State. He, e.
The heavy *ind storla, with a plained in detail the cause of the diffl-
Jownpour of rain and electrical dis- culty. which occurred in SeptemlN.r,
play was at Its helght w n the de- 1907. the defendant having been In
apartment arrived at tne fire, and the Jail five months. Mr. IHenry said
flames had already burst through the ing been arrested. Mr Ilenlry said
roef The rain probably prevented a Ituster borroat-d itx nmulhe to go to
more serious conflagration as the wind Waldo to buy soni medicine and re-
carried large pieces of burning wood turned to the mill drunk. reeling from
and paper to other buildings near the one side of the nause to the other; he
burning structure. It was after 3 went out and grabbed the mule and
o'clock this morning before the flames made' Uuster dismount; Duster fol-
were extlnaguihed. lowed Henry and struck at him with
Althouh there is ni means of a bottle: witness caught bottle and
learning exactly how thf Ire origfl threw It into ditch; both fell off lum-
nated, the fact that the blaze started her run. an4 in the scule Huster cut
duritn the electrical storm has led him about the throat with a knife.
to the belief that lightning caused a had previously said he would cut bhi
short circuit in the electric wires of (Henry'sp throat from ear to ear.
the building and the flames resulted Melvin Stevens corroborated Hen-
The ire created a great deal of ex- ry's testimony
citement. as It was feared it was in Witt Pitman told about the same.
the heart of the business section. thing concerning the affair When he
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M3A3 lstUr. c. March 2.-
.IIIP iF thSoe isee. p H. Richard-
om of m *. 1.. rawly presti-
*I the sibaM r m h ompa
S embmhm oat s .Uo.,.
SOldl ld MEiM at the Hotel

Mr. lhem was prelsdeat of the
I Sheo emA40say. which lu
T'1e. wa& declarNd l olvet At tuat
. 'ae Itt a dieovernd that. bmides
* ,, 3 his "asoer. th pU e ldea
had a wedit f GIMi false stat.-
a ISt l3 POaaylve nla baaks. War-
1*4 6" s-es e ot for his arrest
aA tell--e eaM m me"ra yester
af we c hief orf Polie
4 MAS. IoMB ea this efty.

'1 e chief traded hit. man to tlie hot. I
Mr Richarduni aas. in hil rtumim at
the tilue tie chief eent to the. r llni
The dour *At. tht uopen, at his knuck
and the manm head appeared for sa
Instant. Then, before. th. chit I had a
ebdace to make a mo~e the. fumgttm.
bhted It AM iastant latirr ie i'-tiol
ahot rang out The door 5ab broklcii
UPeO and Kichardusn ais found iia1ti
us the oor with hil hiatd ultnder th.e
bed A streaii of ixlhma js piiurinaa
frotm his head

The habit of auweroag ads. that
appal to you is ae tat will keep
yo latereeted in the life you are lIv
*a aMW inpo

Peas Bringing Good Prices.
Trutt ker 4 % Ii) tt 's %.. 1-1.11l1t4 (1 I1'. .
lot I'ea?, fil fi ll- [I l 114 ilI t i' lig .11l
fite%-.ro a I i/ i ig tiatit if-''i, tim r4iiat1:,i t if

li l~l 'Arki,f t -!,I1111,, palIlitae .11 ijark

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h hi 4 o1 Ilit i' '' i e'
I' ill' ii ill It i~3

&4110 .1 1 it lit 11c i ll. II- di Ag l -l it tlaa '4 h li'' Ii. I
fui- Ol-Tbau alloter r AkrscornI. ii oullatI 5 0 a u
bime in a ct, tey "fat oo o tie*ib flimt-m Ihi ~~5U
The busmaesthats t or eal ~eusta554 '1.441 4le0.lut1cAm le4ckr ag l' .ati,atW I SAW,.ii ''1li
buin"t~ aloterbokrscculit (Ali 14 iiharo .sI a th-m t liim I
tbg best l~ sL t a k b d I 1i.1 1 A 111 4l u~tl 14oiul li xii if tii i a rtoii ail ii it it, (,I .

Lu .f

DavMson Cotmt

I the ay Ten.

that he was killing him; w .s
Ituster off Henry and saw a
knife in Iluster's hand.
Mrs. John Kelluma testlsed to b
Ing the difficulty from where mug
standing on her porch. abhet ( &
60 yards distant. After HeJn
been taken auay. Ituster e ugag
swore that if he had not "te '
Henry he could do so now.
The State here rested its af
Mar White of Waldo was
the defense. He witnessed P
the affair from about a hahmirs
away; saw Henry meet tu.r,
the mule by the bits and strib
ter about the face with a a e
rvood;: Buster then got of the
and offered Mr Henry his t; u l
they fell down the slab pile he
not msee any niore of them.
Julia White. wife of Mac Whtb,k
roborated her husband' evidemis.
wab a cousin of defepdart.
Ls.telle Nobles, wife of deild
t ld huw HieIry hit her huai-s I
the head with a lttlk; she was
Ing by them when they fell m49
slab pile. HIenry on (tp: she mikd
traced to the scene of the
by someone telling her that
was beating her husband to
with a board. On cross she
edged that Henry was cat who
got up; hbe did not know aWo
K ,fendant took the stand la his
Ihhalf. He relhitedl how Hery
him on his return front Wald.
the mule by the bit and knocked
off the mule. cursing him for a
name-; Henry th< n walked of1. wh
he called him to get his mail;
aplro-ache'd ilHery the latter
his bottle of medicine out of hil
and truck him ouer the bhd Al
It; when they fell down the SMib
Henry had his knife in osne h
the other around his neck a
were lying between the suiak
he stuck his knife into Henry 1l
him from cutting his throat.
The defense here closed aB
Carter addressed the jury is
of defeudant, followed by
Ravers for the itate
The Jury returned after a shot l
sideration of the case wh I
foreman. Col Joihn t ell. Bi
a verdict of aggravated aMat
Court theniI adjourned unUtil i
Friday morniniKg



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dothes the erves and
S uscleswith warm fatills
the veins with rich blood.
It makes children rugged
ad hardy and fearless of
theco It fills the whole
* body with.warmth and life
ad enegy.

This people sometimes
gain a pound a day while

amentaking ao n


W "ey SevereM at Aet O.rek

The severe t ae sad wd storm
IlWMl straM OMaimvilo early Tburs-
& imnar I reps ed to have do"e
ag erablh dmame In the Soqhern
Pe TMB y rs who arrived on
m Lawt Le Fimwtarday afternoon it
hMarMed tha ata temal statMio this
of t Thanmps Mt was sm severe that
seveWal heMM wwe blown down and
May perseas Wme ed.
A Mr. larl, vh o rtived here to
amd eSMit. te thatl It was re-
pae that see whkte was kill.
I etrit and two so badly Injured
It w was iApeandle for them to
Sliv e Nsad* ttat the term was at
Itusa blt aleat .E am. Ia this section.
OatMlie o a few tree w being uproot-
d there was- -daage done around
gesleevMlte that was heard of. but
aheet 2 'clock many thought that a
1etbme was comse a.


WALDO. March 25.-Mrs. Weeks.
whose habsand. Joel T. Weeks, died
si-meme ago. is quite Ill. but better
than abe was. Miss Emma Intenaa
f attending her i under Dr. Boritng as
trained aure.
Mrs. 0. B. Weeks is Iil but Improv-

Cadauctor Marks is recovering from
Spell of fever.
Merce Ros. a conductor on the 8.
A. I. Is at home here sick.
Chrts MeKinney has bedded out
AV* eusmand three hundred and
t irty (IIM) bushels of sweet pota-
eMe with a good prospect of selling all
the spruts produced by them from
the orders already received with the
me*ey accompanying the orders
George axon of Hampton has rent-
ed a farm on the lake and will try
The Woman's Home Mission So-
clety is having a new wire fence
placed around the Methodist parwon-
age lot.
Dr. P. D. Hicks. formerly here but
"ow In Georgia. host his dental out
St by Are recently without lasurance
The Pythian Sister hbate an enter
taiament tonight at ahich e.v
celleot refrehmnitnt, will b 'tw rtd.
the occasion b.iig the eighth ti iU ;
versary of their (uorgaluatilon
J. L Winter 61 r.emodtitug the. fruot
of his residence. which add,. ,*.r



3eed Material for Beth Teamsa Which
Will Make Contest Clewe and
Very Interesting.

Attend the Arst bell ganin ,.o t: ,
season at the ball lot this ifoera,, ',
at 13 o'clock, which promlas' to be a:a
Isieresting co(nteti.
The very best material of the U'ni-
versity bas been placed on the nine
and they have been practicing for the
past several weeoi lanu a ill< tou,,ih..
put up a stiff a-u'm.
O0 th other hand, the Oak Hall
players have always known the Same.
and while they lave not had the op.
portunity of "loosening up' so far
ths season, they are thinking they
saye easy timber to cut down in thib
Only a few of tue old players are
In the city. but enough are here to
warrant all that attend an Interesting
tibe. A small adminslon fee will be
charged to aslat In defraying the ex-
peases of the game and it is hoped
that a good crowd will be in attend
sace promptly at toe hour appointed.
Lee Graham will umpire the Same.

interesting Meeting Held by Members
of This Cogregation.
The services held at the First Pre-
bytertan church on Wednesday even
Inag celebrating the forty-second anni
versary of Its organization. were of
unusual interest. The occasion nature
ally touched deep and tender chord,
in the bears of those presew.t those
of love for the church as the sanctuary
of worship and the shrine of all that
is sacred in life; of hallowed mem-
ories and associations of |last years.
and of dearest friendship. many of
which link the living with the depart-
ed onesUi to ihe ff llo< lhit t>f tli e hurch
In heaten.
The pastor. Dr. These. P. Hay. con-
gratulated the congregation and ex-
pressed the wiah that the members
might long live to see the Iproslwrity
Af the church, and jlhad~ d with them
.o a,!%a;.( her ; !,trr, I( i ntilvti,,-
Nto tl.,. larger life or our ; '. i
,le itioi. (Id fTr'aard -tii.l* s ade' )I
t!'e cob':r h l;-'t e-ar i'i adopting the
nlissionary piollry of th- (; -te ral As-
,nembly ansd undurt iking the' suilii|.Pri
of a misioniar% in (hii i : d *irold
.he tok''1 If f I1t"er aI. I,,- in ard andl
o(t..ard In the thorotixh gradiiix of
theb abbath school and the recti~.f
of a modern Sunday -chool addition
to the church edifice.
The congregation by a standing vote
signifled their solenin renewal of
the trg-aniation coenant, made
forty-two years ago. and a prayer of
consecration hy t'hr;i.togher Matheon
followed. as the tittig se.al of the sa
cred engagen.eAst..


lHyomet is nature*?. renmdy. It is
vasioriz.-d air ipr dtuted from th
ntoh ,.IN, At ..f

rtrank Jolly ha dompt the work. ~''
Rev W M. Pugh hae. rt'ee-ildth .I i. iig! ul
final palfMra granlting a dwirt.eeef- rom hi'a., '' I.I MM.
his %site. whun e h* asrimm d 11%v se-ar 4 A'e 111 4,~* ,1 :1 4:-4."lil
ago at MIerose A litn n, 111-' A &P NI tI d 5 1- f%'e % I ''I '. t IIlle
Morriawaucatit I fn-01, A 14at hl bIji
Jake Kinard basfa tuballip-ho-d a Ilat- L *lthm! eor eganam, a. I ii, m ', .it ',.&
bluith &shop at his haterit. and d z.d eiIi, ,11illlo, 411eaifIt1- 111I'!% fl'"

manufacturing of agions ansd tiggi-'
and iieneral repairing 1ii ludlii:
po10 t onvenieln(ce to our peliople
0 1( We-eks is fiburaisshiag a IKhlit
fruon his plant ,to all le~ A lAii ttile
He has donated. a buillian t lKh ig at hi.
postuthe., for bib h. han, thit
thanks of the public
John P nutenua. o4i. of our (Iair
manufacturers, is Ma&kingl the cickeu
business a side issue

Cuma Dvpepsia.
Vow-- i-evbaeldmeL eCiveM6
me"al I" iron 60"%Mu R daom.
ehiack d e&&m sod wi 6wch sa.
SO a"~ I b"m ad



is now ready with its new line of

biy-nWm Apparel fir a, Wmi

Sthe ew StyI s fir

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Good Values-Accommodating Methods

Address all communications to

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & Ct

Under and by virtue of the power
and authority vested in me as mayor
of the City of Galnesvllle. Florida. I
hereby call an election to be held in
said City on

Tuesday, the 13th Day of April, 1
for the purpose of electing the ful
ing officers for the said City to c,
for the periods set out herein. tow
One Mayor, one Marshal. one C"
and Treasurer. one Tax Collector.
Taex Assessor. each to hold office
i e'rkld of one year and ui til t
suc es:.or are elected and qualil
Four Aldermen, each to aerve fc
period of two years (ruom the dat
their election.
One Member of the Board of
lie Works to serve for the tern
1%e years.
The polling place for the ,Said
tion shall be In the rear of the
nicipal building on East Main
Masonic streets.
The polls shall open at 8 a m
clove at sundown of said da'.
A. J. DaCosta. D. A. Robert


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sa Id i',iU i
and ALUACI(sNhhTTSh lo
II (iainerwville, Florida

The Tide Oml

Are you of the numIw
who aPre afraid thil
t here is sone defect is
tlheir titles, and with
iluht for all t xexu e -
fuse to have an Ab-
sirnct of Title!? Se
for our FREE bookht
on 'The Title Q(tm
tion." IlnmM Ui
U hua Wk W I ad L
We liav t tile informals-
tion on i(OUR little.

and A 8. Taylor are hereby appointed
itsle.(t'r.4 aid J. 1) Adanson clerk
'Af .aid electio't .
Witness my hand and .eal of said
city. of Gainesville. Florida. this ItiO
10th day of March. 194)9.
Attest: J. M. DELL. City Clerk.
The Board of County Commissioners
will receive, at their meeting In April.
bids for a system of sewerage to be
constructed In the county jail, parties
bidding to submit suitable plans and
specifications and rice of sauie.
The Ioard reserves the right to re-
fuse any or all bids, and to ..ccept
such bid and such plans and xpecifica-
tions as tllhey ma)y think best. All to,
he connected with the city m-we.r
Ike>i, by order of |iHard thi- :3rd
di6 of March. |1409
J G DAMPIER., (hairmian
Atte.-t H S iWIIK\'ES(; I 'lrk

Hhfcribte for The Sln Iand %,a.
mur choice In the Diano eoateat



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ywond; wtwt to sawasm &
veit; aortla to Almcho& MI
and Worthington SpibA
(ed4ar 1N*y, anmd a linsuid'
M. g-ansi AnsVWW

Epst ftoriaTeleMiO
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_i ofGeti Worsted in Attempt
0 AMe Too Much Centrol
of Prepity-

y .gAUAHI E, March 2;. The
K dCommissioners have been
mgaged recently in the prepa-
of their annual report, which is
year ended March 1. 190.
w irt is now in the hands of
pkol aNd will be ready for dis-
Is the course of the next ten
Twis report contains a resume,
S and doings of the office for
I ar. the rules and regulations
1td for the government of the
ll-of the State. tariffs showing
"d passenger rates prescrib-
o s1 various railroads, and other
that should be of Interest
uS 9 throughout the State.
f thls report will be sent to
aps request.
Blitch has Just re-
seam Clearwater, Fla., where
gaet to investigate a complaint
depot facilities.
.emmlssiloers issued an order
L asm ding the freight classil-
ll that knocked-down vege-
yar.es will take the same rate
-e crates.
4W1egPe was had by the Commis-
e- last Tuesday with C. L
*vlspresldent of the Southern
Company. relative to the rates
*ahf and vegetables from Florida
i- points to points south of the
sed Petomac rivers. The Com-
are endeavoring to secure
s the rates between the
aamed I order that fruit and
shippers In Florida may In-
their markets and prevent the
Wer -dig of markets in the East-
d WterM eCtues.
Il Oi 1th tast. the Commission-
II -dthe oictals of the Florida
6s8 t railway relative to the com-
of depots at Narmaja and
ad relative to the establish-
of af agency at White City.
0 nmmaesiooners have not yet
a dsdslo is the cases.
iU quemst the Uve Oak Board
Y M a supplemental order has
Wade in the ase of the construe.
El a S ualn depot at that point.
Algpsmental order simply
the bcation of the depot 85
tB M i understood that the work
l msnetrution of this depot will
s1t1ed 14 I ftoen or twenty days.
I t Whn who have bee, at Tal-
for some time preparing data
.,le6atI the position of the
la the L. & N. passenger
Ma have gone to Pensacola to
U e farther investigation into
b h*es of the railroad company.
BOe. L C. Massey. counsel for the
011110100, has Just returned from
" -I-la. While there he endeavor-
Ni ar ag for an early hearing
i ti Commissioners' side of the L.
5L it. passenger rate case,. but
a bearing could not be had un
IO rthe month of April. It seems
b* State courts are holding their
4 terms at this season. which
bl^"Ife greatly with other business
00W Of those courts. The passen-
S tM e se is pending in the U'nlted
eu oart. This case has been drag-
& several years, owing to want
BMa to procure the necessary
eay until the last Leglslature
Cammlssioners nave been making
ltugiih examination of the case.
h1 *av been collecting testimony
Shere than year They) are. anx-
II i hnave this long-lrawn-out mat-
|^lI Sae* of. as they fe'e'l confident
t e athe whole ease-' the court
I '- anrranted in disesolving the in-
ihs and In ordering tllhe oiwratiolni
tI thOe-ec*nt pe.r nile rat.'
h U wprese court lon Tuesday ,u
-Ni thr ('ominausio,, a untlhurit 1111
a15*0 o l' m* a^k,. res na bbirtill,. u nloiii*<'tsi
Naell~ tL~ol p,,ins' Th' 'h.l-|ni I-.2-!

1111h.,Alke 'otteas ~1ea n'cla i fIor-I
it (ea oe-t I lie. ci'o
~U5 ('i t +4 ros~ime t a~ ela '~it, reert
~ %r~l ~,A -~ath e ci I. Ca
thAL1 t te'fhict t iwad ,F~a i. -to



CARITER ,, .NW YORK. March .'" \ittlin
I, iliht of ~ ,c'ral of her fellow school saq .. .




It spreads more easily and
smoother and goes farther
than other lbrandg,.

Wears Longer


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

Government on
battleship, etc.


The Lead with

the Spread


law did not give the Commissiosers
a right to make railroad companies re-
port wrecks on their lines. For some
time past a rule has been In force re-
quiring railroads to report the causes
of wrecks. the amount of damage done
to equipment and track, and the per-
sons killed or Injured. The Louisville
& Nashville R. R. claimed the rule
was invalid, and its position has been
sustained. The Commissioners deem
these reports as very necessary, and
hope the requisite authority to pro-
cure them will be given by the Legis-


Foley's Hoey a"a Tar cwres coughs
quickly, stregths s the lag and ex-
ek colds. et the Hulime Isa yel,
low package. J. W. McCollm & Co.
Mesdames W. J. Blunt of Richmond
and ,. .j. Bailey of Lawrenceville. Va..
are visit:ag at the home of Jese C.
Clarke. They are very much pleased
with Gainesville and will visit in other
sections of the State before returning
to tneir homes.
Ce. A. Fuller and family of New
York City formed a party of auto-
mobilists in the city yesterday. They
were traveling in a large touring car
and had ijst come from points south
and were en route to* Green Cove
Springs, via Jacksonville.
Thos. I. Malpburs of Tallahassee.,
special ageut of the Union Central
Lite Insurance Company. Cincinnati. is
in the city. having come to pay the
policy taken out in his company by the
late W T. Gill. Mr Malphurs is a
pleasant gentleman and represents a
good company.
"My three-year-old boy was badly
constipated, had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orino Laxative
and the next morning the fever was
gone and he was entirely welL Foley's
Orino Laxative saved his life." A
Wolkush, Casimer. Wis. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

Dean Sif"s Rtort.
A yuoutij ua ,l ll *A. I ** 1 i ... : '
"' Iuli ,to itib.g i,. t. r li. I i' .
a1141 tile deill i.h ,il a i I '.. : ; "
wli ls h im rt. ,I,|II y,,u thlliik Y mi',
inlin it''" T'l e. .%la il. ., tl,,l l
the deanst r'ily. "'as he woull i;1' ** :111
the Iawy)er ,n1 ti lhikle'"

,,7.N OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
'ure any case of Itching. Illind
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In I to
14 days or money refunded. 6*0


more? It is a safe remedy, contains
no harmful drugs, and cures the most
obstinate coughs and colds Why ex-
periment with your health? Insist
upon bahiig the genuine Fouly's 11io
ey and Tar. J W McCollum & Co

Oune ho IiH.v In z furnlshbed rozin
c'an be pretty "indvep'ndent"-fur the
a 4 keep the but I*' be bhad a lth
his reach


stops rolling I1.*d
Destroy*S Dosd.-u.t


A~I t'eL-rJnt Drelosis,
....-flauir CGrc~wI

C 4-;

a u

h bCSr

I --.w wv* qkv

t ti herr aslid ipupilt on the' way to
w< ncod through a crowded ptret .%ester-
. ; l..si .A a mia Nhiixano. a c 3 tw'iil r in
the' pub' lic hool on l'41a't (Oinc' Hun-
dre'd iand Second street. was ihot and
killed by her father. Philip Mangano.
an interpreter In a minor court, who
had been following his daughter and
calling to her to stop.
As she kept hurrying on he drew
his revolver and fired two shots. Hie
then turned the revolver upon him-
self. but was prevented from carrying
out his iurlos-e by Adolph Schwartz.
who grappled with Mangano Two
more- hotr we-re flred while the men
struggled. but both went wild. Man-
gano broke away from 4chwarts. but
was arrested by two policemen.
Several of the teachers ran to the
place where the girl fell. She was
dead when they found her. with a
wound in the back of her head. Frank
lAratira. a brother-in-law of the dead
teacher. Identiied the prisoner. Laca-
Ura told the police that his sister-in-
law was compelled to leave her
father's house last January because
of his cruel and Inbuman treatment
of her, and had lived at a working
girl's home since. He said Mangano
probably shot his daughter because
she had left him.


Palatka NOsanagemet Ne Signing
Players fr Coming *e n.
Louias Kalbfeld, one of the most
enthusiastic baseball "sports" of the
state. returned to his home yesterday
after having spent a short while in the
city looking after his opera house in-
He states that the Gem City team is
now being formed and practice com-
menced there this week for the form-
ing of a club that will hold its own
with them all during the coming sun-
mer months.
The people of Palatka are very en-
thusiastic over baseball and will not
only advance the cash for their play-
ers. hut will assist them In their at-
tendance and make the team what It
should be to create a friendly rivalry
between the cities of the State the
coming season.

A RelgIos Atd~s Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fsperman, ale-
b-ry. N. C.. who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was aSlcted with kidney trouble and
lat winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pal In my kidneys and
was oasnoed to bed eight days unable
to get up without aslsna**e. Mi
urine contained a thick white Sdl-
ment and I passed same frequently
day and night I commenced taking
Poley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum Co.

Rusafen Vengenee-
The Russian revlutienrles have
absolutely no merry on those who te-
tray them. It is well known that In
the year IfIK a traitor caught at
Odessa was bricked up alive In a cel-
Regater. a Frentch spy la the pay of
the Russian pulke. fur a long time
eluded the vengeance of the revolu-
tionaries. But they esaughbt him at last.
and that Just at the uomeat when be
fancied himself safe. His body was
found in Ills cabin on a ship which
reached Antwerp. He had been sufro-
cated by fumes of sulphureted hydro-
gen. How tbli was done was never

How can any person risk taking
some unknown cough remedy when
Foley's Honey and Tar costs them no

eire. Life and Accident """" **
--- -oo..-o.

A. M. CUSEMAN, Ar~p,!* Cnen, eoivile, Fl


Sums of One Dollar and upward will be
received on deposit in this department.
Interest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.



Tampa & Jacksonville RaIIZ

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Mave Vpointeoio for M ot.... Fa. and I
cmd points .auth...................... 10:10 *
Returning, arive Ginvil ................ 4: p
Leave OGainesville or Sampson City, PNltha, .'
Lake City, Vadota and a& polab North 6:00 1
Returning, airi t, a:villo .... ............ 000 0 *: p

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'SIA! Sl C S
a[ ALL I

"gVkO II


Dr. S. A. Numlly. Pf-reelen of Ce.
mla College, to Deliver Ad
drwsosn dueation.

The twenty-sixta annual celebration
of the founding of the LaCrosse llap-
dot Bunay school will be held with
the church at that pla<- on the sen-
cad Sunday In April and a grand time
as promised. an on all such former oc-
Capt. H. C. Pareer. the founder of
t'hi school, and who han taken a great
pride In Its maintenance. was here
yesterday and Informed the reporter
hat this would eclipse all former
eteobratloss of this kind. and be want-
ed to see all of the Sunday schools
Jo" thmm t having a day that could
les be membered.
A Ungthy and lteresting program
as been arranged for the ooeasion.
aoattag mf Ic sad recitattlos,
whleh wi be added to by addresses
by the saperlatendeut sad others. A
pe feature wilUl bhe the address of
Dr. t. A. NMannJly, president of Co.
mbla Celldg of Lake City. who will
be prewst and address the school on
cbrllaa naeatlen.".
Ther wil be services in the morn.
tla at II o'clock, which will be follow-
ed by a elegant basket dinner serv-
ed aear the church. aad all are asked
to come aad bring well-illed baskets.
PoewIlag the dinner the exercises
for te Sunday school will commence
promptly at 2:30 o'clock and will con
tae for o me Ume -..
As already state, this will be the
tweaty-dxth analvereary of the Sun-
day school ad the founder. Capt.
Pi~brt. baa the record of being Its
mpe4rln0aet twenty-four years of
A general Imvitation is extended to
all of the Saaday achooes to come and
*joy the day and Join la the exer-
simes as m B a poeslble.

WMe Pe Leaves Hage~
MAGUIL March 2.-Miss Annie
In aof Wade has fatashed her school
at Nagn. We regret to give her up,
but bhee to e her roturs la the ftll
aha the tim schol iis to aopm. She
gav perfect saftaetlon. We feel
that we msaot amy too much for her.
She is sot only a ood literary ieach-
er, but shbe is a Christia teacher.
Ohe is a devout Christian. and this
meemaali for the children loving her
so miae. She was the coming of Joy
to may hearts, and has left a sweet
memor behind her She will ever
be rembred by the good deeds she
lft with ua. Her pathway Is strewn
with roes of kindness and love for
0o weak and patience and sympathy
for the UtUe ones all around her May
God bless her and crown her with
Christiaa love, for she deserves our
praise and love. May she speed on-

ward ain her work in the name of the
great pelty ashe so sweetly serves

Medicine Made Pram Reot and Herbi
In the good oldf4ashioed days of
our grandmothers they depended upon
medicine made from the root* and
herbs of the field to cure disease.
Lydia t Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound. that standard remedy which lo
made from roots and herbs for wo-
n's ills, had its origin in this way
For thirty year it has been rede.'m-
hIg Its promise written on the label
of every bottle by curing thousands
of women of feminine Ilis It' sa ood
boasest medicine.

The Considerate Clock.
*hOne klim's i~l,;i,,l.l it ie|morilt:
S te Ns*iag *iM 41 "tlli-e" onile &iJghlt I*'*-

"\ .\ tll e I k. 11 ;1: ,,f f l. ar**

A Swollen Jaw
Is nut pretty nor p|lea-aui' \Vhi thlir-
its cauau-ed h. nieuralgia tii' tali.l o r
actldd.nt. ItallardLu $ ; w .li tiIltni It w ill
red.e- t he vl.-lliimg a id rt '. t- tI *
panl The u r-at uia)d auro- curr fto
rheumattni. uts,. burns brul-.r
scalds any and all a hbra and p iua
s old by W M. JobhuU.o
Hub srlbt, for The Sun anid ht !.4 ) fnr i.,! 1 % il I- B iP, a j I,

Noah was the founder of

Indlgestion--He forgot to

leave the pigs ashore
People in consequence have ever since been victims of lard-cooked food 4
indigestson. Lard soaked food is not fit for human stomachs because lard is Z
from greasy, indigestible hog fat, and is bound, sooner or later, to make tn t
for your inner machin-ry.
Cuteld is the oly rational, national shortening. It is a pure,. ,
product, and its source (be cotton fields of the Sunny South) is in striking
trast to the ource of lard (the pig-ty.)
Coadthl makes food that any stomach can digest-palatable nutritan s u
healthful. If American housewives but knew the superiority o Co-tdl n
lard, both from a prctical ad health tadpot, lard would
never again ester any well-regulated kitchen.

m@TTOLE Is murmtsdm T 0
pemy in ease yo o -not aleaednrw having given Caem a fair eMt.
"W Slot Din Bal f ais wbd t paila wth an air-
utop to m I cle, Msh sad whole-
memo, sad preet f =o m eS aherg dige

OdorMs, Frab as a afewewla,
Mgkd SwmaD
Mado bmpa M. Mary UoaB, tAh aK COMPANYood Cpet

Made omip by THU N. L PAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"
m mmm

How the Myosetis Came to Be Called
Dr. A. F. Thomono communlrated to
Mills' "History of C('htalr3." bthe fld-
lowing romantic account if the origin
of the popular name. forwgetmeuot. of
the favorite little flower myosotis:
"Two lovers were lolteriug n tle mar-
SIr, m mThe L q Ds
gin of a lake on a fine summer's even- i
tng when the maiden ei|led some of
the flowers ft myosotis growing on the
water close to the bank of an bland One of te nmeot valable foaturse
at some distance from the shore. 8,e of er Mrvis, to our subecribers and
expressed a desire to powsen them. to the public gaerally, ls our oenemo-
when the knight. to the true spirit of tioa with the extensive lg distance
chivalry, plaured Into the water and. Naes of the Amerisen Telephone and
swlaming to the spot. cropped the Toelgraph Comp and the ether as-
wished for plant, but his strength was es s ell T telephone mp anei.
unable to fulfill the object of his We O N teSds ofMilesofln
achevemaet. and. feeling that be could We _w nes_---t of m"le of *mo n
not regain the shore. although rery dietante line la the sevee Statls In
aear It. be threw tie flowers upon the whish we pemrato aid nla addition ean
baak. and. casting a last affectionate 0onaeot any telephone la aur system
look upon bhn ladylore. be cried Tor- with lies extending to any other cty
get me notr and was burled In the In whlsh a Sell Telephoe system le
waters. As the world Insists upon a epmrato.
reason. tMs story is as good as another. These ln daI- a line ew of tM
but the worthy kulrht must hare been amd a p t_ e
deadly out of bhi element not to have met modern ad improved eamtru-
been able to return from a bank on ties and are maintaned at a high
whichM his mitress could discern so etate of 10leney. T1i Bell systoms.
mauate a blawnm. unless, indeed. we
suppose him to hare been clad In
ar which w a Southeabilment IIIrn B
adapted for a lover by land or water." % u h rB
HleWs CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
Headache and aches front Grip. 8tom
ach Troubles or female troubles.
Try Capudlnl-It's liquid-*-elcts lU -
mediately. Sold by drusaistsa. EfrOm S L.

Her Systom.
"flow do you get along with the
men so well. Maude?"
"Well. I expect them all to be fools
But I don't let them suspect wbat I
expect. So rm never diasppointed.
and Mete are they." Clovelad


tance System

operating In various a"culm l
country, are uniform to Is r q
month and In their meth@ dq
Only by raeeon of this huI M
arrangement betweeN -the M
phone companies Is it pmie all
a Bell Telephone almeat l
ask for "Leng Distanom" sad Itol
eemmunication with almeit
In the country.
This vast network ef wine. i
lng throughout the Motis, i i
daily In eemmeree and htr g iM
pose by the banker, the toUmW
citimene In all walks of IMNt a
plant here is an Importast ial il
great chain.

I Telephs


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Merchant & Co.

ROtro and "OJobb, OR

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graiq. Garden Seed aqd Fertilizers
highestt market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and oth" Pro-
A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. Oats. Flour, Man. ir*. C
*Sed Meal ad Rye. We handle only the Very e 04 Ps
at Loaweet Prftleo. ad guarmte atlfctwo S 7s


Groceries and Grain

Too Large

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S opstwrrr ( -oeat s c "le. l- .

OgIl in Haymani Block.
NosIreet. a. tPOrws 1
e "a.- .-
IWw. publ-shed Cr eV e or Ldl. verid by srteer is the city. or
swP at of the t 'sited States. Psag
Sayea"r: g2. ows eIoth: iSt 5 three
so pfn"tWr A v wek -tridly i

g gles i loatl ColIns locIPt s lime* e
a an^igsad a ertsfor each additioast

P qryspl Wt1ay r sW made knows *

0lllI.WAk unt tis am eight page. forty
r- ., published every NMoMay sad
ad se ntasio all the ews c of the
ls|t, Wamte sad geraml. sad will he
lin*e fe, today parte he trited
fteat, for i *o year-in advance.
ti i O M beesme due after irg
ei d a dl eusum~t, u sle therwiTse
Sinit. PsWm aet knows to s
e gumb tobe payfr advertiagi ta nd-
Iots VIA. P

isht the time of year when the
cageses,. conventions and
eonected with the spring
le many States make us
that we are a much governed
As to whether, on the whole.
lw or anre not a well governed peo-
-gy admit of some difference of

/unIoDc is an education which
ts that which nearly every-
g eivets at school In early days.
Waoae of each Is determined by
go Gade of it. Some people seem
t prodt. while others constantly
h owledge and wisdom, with the
wk that the sphere of their useful-
M md4 Influence steadily advances.

hem the fate which overtakes so
'0j of the attempts to reach and
corporations for law infraction
*Wuy much looks as if ineffective
Sware constitutional, but that ef-
'iSoo laws are unconstitutional.
oa"y ur F .:.1 law-makers ougnt
Sla, wisdom enough to frame and
bils that shall meet both re-

Xme M sometimes change their
through a difference of condi-
sN a4d latitude. In protection
a "tariff reformer" is one who
120 the tariff revised uy a lowering
i41 se But in free trade England
S "aritf reformer" means Just the
.I te. for It means one who wants
dM Pat on goods that at present are
OlMl free.

U m have as much right to be
V trained as to be well born. Yet
i many parents the idea of such
I2b 5 is limited to a year or two of
IIlMag. while their moral welfare is
St regarded in the least. To allow
lr bt full license to run the streets
SBl ill hours and form all kinds of
mlmia~on.s Is one of the surest ways
Sagi a them.

N It be true that the Dluke of lira-
II h as renounced his claim to the,
S0 of Portugal it Aill help to
Mb" the path of the young king. Man-
lt, somewhat easier to travel. Yett
a. both Spain and Portugal the princi-
iM danger to the throne. come. from
1 W publicanu. and not from the pre-
Oe.rs, while that to the llke' of the'
tL kl4as colnliet from the. anarchistr-

T i popularity) in someI' quarter of
l. b which the Salomne dance- I
Of thCo (lOelh lh.uoutj featulrcs dmoe.
4 laIdicate a fondil,..hI for hiltolr> nor
a p pre(. is,1 1 of urt ltatlh.r ldo"- it
S0 h lta art of th s- f whi 'ilat rnee
0 the a a e d, h -ee ti -,t alcl .j 4 o ,I
( W3*or the' re'i- tim,,a#l ai le,l i tli-
01 the is.l. hien li, e 1 a, liu -- ,e
1the'g.-,.P, f,,r ti h, k,.- ,,

mei d "

See.d te t I


lImti hits nt 1. i't for the- ifice' he,
filtm a:el~e'eteewee 11the, -IIIe oeer.ge-t. if el,4f ':. I

prize ItrazLl has millions of a're,
uoif und','--loei-l rn lit'- Japalei e*-e cian
,en-dure' the- i ligiat*- anil i roirlrin the
i ~~

4 3L e, hit l.- Iuiet aet -I lia I I .I'IIB IlinK I
the- .~cmemc--- plat, e s feeloB kgaii'. li-,
dit I-II liT he- ll'% tilttle.- I -reecIVA I f1ee11* -
iaI~ a r.a d r.si~ tr i ti tite 1c'e .4 1 1 -ci (ofse
\it' \ itital %4medel, rn infli e & ilt' i,- .1 flift

hi-i I I i k .11 e10 1*- ..e 11 i-i'.1 c-)

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'raethinll to tf,' I' lt,!e i~,4 ;1A .- A | 4l% he-
,of ii l e In official char.a to r frotuc the'
4 Orint are t the i ff. t that the Mik:t
d said h,' -did not il si l' hi. hiijetli Ito
lio a .)li|,>a foir 'he' I n'lllt l Statei
Not Ithat tlh*i. Mik;ilo *l l, enot wi-h
his subject* to coim*' into |isse -sinh
of the' golden \alle, of C(alifornia. w.-
caurw he doies' The Js.iiapan..e gern-
ment Is coninceed that the further
.lalanization of our Pacific Coast at
this time might bring on trouble
Japan doesn't desire any hut thel no,-t
cordial relations with I'ncle Sam -just
now. There are Itwo reasons. Rus-
sia in making a noise very much re-
senibling war in M:anchurra The' Mi i
ado doe( 't fee-l he would bew justifl'd
In taking on more than one Cauca.~
ian race at a time The other reason
Japan does not desire any further
emigration to the United States-right
at this time is that the IAtin-Anieri-
can Republics not only desire but are
bidding for Japanese immigration.
Japan sees a golden opportunity in
South American trade, and is taking
advantage of It. with a typical far-
sighted vision for the future.
Instead of continuing the policy of
encouraging emigration to the United
States,. the Mikado in rushing borders
of Immigrants into Manchuria and to
South American countries.
East Asia. Instead of being, as most
persons Imagine. thronged with popu-
lation. has. with crowded provinces in
Central and South China, vast tracts
empty of cities and of settlers. Si-
beria is the great region toward which
the Russian surplus flows apace. The
Russian emigrant is fast finding his
way to the regions about the Amur
river and northern Manchuria.
To meet this .Japan must swiftly oc-
cupy Korea with new w.ttlers. swarm
over Manchuria. develop Sakhalin and
the Siberian fisheries. fill Formosa.
and make ready for tropical expansion.
If this is not done when the inevit-
able contest comes over east Asia be-
tween Russia and Japan the island
empire will not be ready.
Russia will then be stronger in east
Asia. Instead of a territorial east Asi-
atic army of 146.000 men. with which
Russia began the last war, the next
Muscovite commander will have twice
this. Japan must be ready with well-
peopled continental tracts in Korea
and Manchuria. The whole future of
Japan depends on being strong in
Asia and on the mainland.
That is why Japan Is doing practi-
cally all within its power to turn
Japanese emigration from California
to Korea. Russia, according to re-
ports constantly reaching Washington
from the Orient, has repeatedly vio-
lated Its treaty signed at Portsmouth.
particularly at Harbin. Russia is prac-
tically running the municipal govern-
nient of the city of Harbin. in Man-
ehuria. as an adjunct to her railroad.
There is no indecision about her
course, according to reports. Harbin
refused to bear Russia-impooed taxes
lor the benefit of the railroad. Where-
fore. Russian omsials have closed all
the Chinese stores and warehouses.
T1'he treaty of Portsmouth did not give
Russia the right to clohe stores and
warehouses. It is not believed Japan
will long tolerate the tactics of the
Rufian bear. which appears to be
desirous of inciting war with Japan at
the earlieslt |ossible moment
Japan has re-as on to encoiura. emii
ration to South Ameriea h''t;u.se her
inbjie-ht n are welcomed there, anid
large' colonie, of Japane-se, in the re,-
publics will aud stiiliilu~ t he hi g
trade which is practically certain lo
de- -lol, Ihlweee n Jit|>anu and the t ,en
it e I 4tlii Anee!,r eas
The' Iraziillan geo erminen Is- off e-r-
iluK Ja Idltine'e colonel I at a il eeUitar.\


Judge J. A. Carllale is In receipt of
the following letter from the Jackson-
vile Board of Trade relative to his
recent communication In The Sun:
"Jacksonville. Fla.. March 22. 1909.
"Mr. J. A. Carlisle.
"Gainesville. Fla.
"Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge re-
ceipt of your favor of the 18th last.,
and also copy of The Gainesville Sun.
and have read same with considerable
interest This organisation has always
taken a considerable interest in the
matter of a ship canal, and we are
very glad Indeed to realize that at
last an Intelligent survey of the route
will be made by the Government engi-
neers. and that Capt. Geo. R. Spald-
ing of this city ia a member of the
commission. We are furnishing him
with all the information In our power.
and I will see that he gets a copy of
the paper. I will also have your letter
read at the Board of Governors' meet-
ing. which will be held tomorrow af-
ternoon. Yours truly.

Hague *hI Clses.
HAGUE, March 26.--On Friday. 19th
Inst.. Hague school closed. The schol-
ars gave MI4' Price a lsh fry and
the day was spent In a most pleasant
way. School adjourned at 10 o'clock
and the pupils and teacher went down
to a cool and shady spot about a half-
mile from the school house called
"Lover's Retreat." where they were
met by the patrons and friends. All
enjoyed the fish fry and at 2 o'clock
dinner was announced. After *dinner
the exercises were taken up. and the
children did well. Miss Price staid
over for services Sunday and Sunday
night, aud the good-byes made all
hearts sad. Some of her pupils could
not keep the tears back. Miss Price
left Monday for Gainesville on busl-
People are having rain sufficient to
plant their crops. Everybody is tak-
ing advantage of the good seasons.
and young vegetables are looking fine
at present.
_Z- 7 -
Howse Thisa
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re.
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
bis business trnsactines. and inan-
cially able to carry out any Mliga-
Sloans plde by his Arm.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testilmonials sent free. Price. 76c per
bottle.. Sold by all druggists.
Take Halls Family Pills for consti

4%, ..L 64 L 311

6:3 U" W A. 0

Wa%e-e "C fuN, .u C

II, A -I., eto I. -


I i.r 'it tr .i t Ixl t. -i t ih lo I ioll;
I r. in-. Ili I,--i?' r.alhl,. It niiiointe'i

I ; fil. ,f thi. c'lin II ''lcITI' % s -int t i th,'
< re lit of Chitl' for her *. xlort if
ciude nliltrat, while the re-ni) iiaier r',p
re s~e tedt l th lie' i f w il hat .Iipa.n i -meit
It l' ('Chileansn in *ilk handlke'rhisf-
I ritdane. |Iire,'lain,. and lacquiered
Siallan. hoieve it r' The Japanes'e as a peIople Ie-
1 *, I. |is nl. a quiie'tlon of time until
th.v will rule the unlrerpe. rmmer
clally and from a military standpolint
As ridiculous as this view may seem.
It In frequently Indirectly set forth In
Japanese newspapers.
As to Immediate polssi ilitles. Japan
sees in Chile ard in the wide pamlpa
of Argentina beyond an immense, and
fert le country for the exploration of
her laborers. These will require' larg-
er quaintitles of her own productions.
and will Introduce them to the na-
tives. The new line will rapidly tend
to develop trade between the two
countries, and easily induce the emi-
gration of Japanese to South America.

Thew lt=eLIM: Ndiria

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wft Ansus.Coleme ad modGThS7S s
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lb. L.LUA.sMIA&*boddieInm gon
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coo eras mad bmtket fteery.
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Nmardwtod Mam r Plat.

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rue Dr wm 4 oestablIst ments.
Two of the best botels t the In
Twe wholesale gral ad food
Two holesale grocery establish-
Watr "tt bas made O Galaesvllle
The Mo opero boues In the State
eutlide of Jacksoeville
A @ermiment beilImg son= to be
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me mitus Of paved srew otand
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In Which a Resident of Alachua County

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, ai

Certificates Valued at $3,150.0 Furnish

The Bush Safford Piano Co., Sole R

states of The R. S. Hobwq dCo. of

The Ctast the Cmibcte y THE

Behalf of Bush & SaffrsI. : : :



nd II

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

Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be ued
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To. ft b s, reedft l wa1.I k0M t _., iW m f r.. ..... 0.1 o
aTo ft MW b fut @0|&dab aheWM for= fr...... ..8151M
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new piano.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

Hew and Where to Get

The following merchants will ive one vote
or every cent paid nlato their establshm ts for
gooes which they handle:
Theo Oaleeville Hardware Ce
Phter bore.
Nyde A Telb.
Whr Ves Mty CaCu
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
msts of the merchants giving votes and at The
fan oSce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the VoUng Contest Department of The Sun.
Galnesville. Florida.

11U -- ----- ===f


Rule and Regulation

1. The contest is open to anyone livlang
Alahuua county who Is known by the coOdutm
of the contest or vouched for by some repstadd
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attaches or relative of the pW
prietors of the above-named Arms are eligible
paricpate In this contest, and will particlpaSte
So manner.
3. In the event of a msunoaerstanding betwso
candidates or others interested In this ctoa.
-h controversy may be referred to the co-
ductor of contest, who aloe are the per"o
qualified to render deciil.mu.
4. In the event a candidate decides to witb
draw from the race, such candidate will not 1*
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of asoths
candidate la the r CO-IsL

Old Sutaaerlberg Nes .t r
$1.S8-Three a ths' subscription .................... 400 votes vo
$2.50-Six months' subscription....................... 1,000 votes 1,200 veot
$5.00-One year's sbscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 vot0
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 vot0I
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes 30,000 vot0
'There isi no limit to tlih niUmiir of clubs~ i conte-tant maiiy .cui J.

$1.00--0 e year's subscription.............. ........................400 vot*
For a club of five one-year subscriptions .. .... ....... .4,000 votMs
''Thert' i- no, limit t, titd' llinii-'r of clubs ea.uh onitestant m tv ,1 ctir
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propr!to's
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0 gprleno*** With I'4.-
___ yo 5.w.
are for the mt* t part
SoiaN factoris." M ys
,irble the plaSo tuanw
Sknow every part In the
a pla be I Naot er"@-
S 0ier. Nor can the
m aer or repairer tame
Wae hSardrled of eipert
i pr"e of planos who
aWle to tel one tvw fronm

rpl n tIner l 4,mrn. Dolt rrmle.
p gpe w of t wie s llr:tln' of,
liiOl tMI him at hi' liirth. ndl
Swhso hIn't ge t thl'll Pe1n
lI a piano tuner
a timber of year age,. when
1 low wis In Aieriesa. I
S t "luonia wlhk'h he played.1
190160talhow tCe iwnstrumen' to
lt IN thew arr(,io(ne. oo1e cf hi
Isel that even n* '-!rt removal
sIoft" ko ':' i. *II ol t of turf.n-
in that theory at that. aUo
11 pom the platform upon
Sto waM to perform. He stood I
& I the timw. kltting out ago-
M d OCGUmanf rcuM words
| M t help but laughb In his

Swhbe I bhad the planno al-
md. be gave a few more
i. grabbing the wrewnh. Ite-
k s the Job all over again. I
O ahead. and Inside of three
be had the plant a loopele-tly
iame that It took tie tlhrie hlumr
SII In: s .: ;ie iin I-.rr vion
ald t' r p:'y ,i 1l.'e' foer t'i;" ; '1*
c,,f't-,.f i;er'" :'' !' inrio S 'rt,,

Race Suicide
@g aly the menace to Increase
.that deaths among In.
m. Eight out of ten of these
me direty or Indirectly caused
traMbles. McGee's Baby
arm diarrhoea, dysentery.
agg ch and all Infant ailments
mature. Just the thing for
tables. Price 25c and 50c per
loU by W. M. Johnson.

ItaMtking In the East Indies.
50akiltm: of lh:ii:tll I hI:'ts is pone of
itf Irlu .'s ,f the nI.lli. e- ,f
it ladi r-. ailn i lliire ftien the
are ci .r eo -rit timm theliir

h rlt. ti" !'i-:- the. tim ir fshim er
Y it l.y r i: l: Irc' e "Ul Ih !. In
Ing l tite ll, .i." i. 4 ..1 I .a Ic',
factory tlie .:stiv.ics 4 tl' <"is.
sU talk* It t 'vr. :'re:mid tuf.:n
i a s ortll dM a cr>S-. ;i...Pl- ) l e \ i,:i nmftl
t lm u 4,1 tih,.,r s1 ,1 re I'rl u

be studied by every parent.
illM Is nervous, fretful. starts
Meep, Is pasty faced, has rings
Its eyes. always seems hungry.
Pining wr-ight, you can le sure
b1101able is ormus. White's Cream
lin an absolute cure for
s it's own purgative. Sold
V. M. Johnson.

S In te Wrong Shop.
Ne~al\a'd -I w:nt.i t, Iplol )
p74 k L4u m4I. I Irm iam- 11 i, kL r .r% n. or
'111 Mirs Newhi el PerI'erht-ou-e
11mU0 n -You'll Ibud ItHt l-i tmhe
ftbir ship This Is a lumber yard -


~.bim eGainesvmivle Readers Are
Imlgthe Duty of the Kidneys.
lbB ttwte blood i,aI it-s kidmie '.

lb"m thrY fail to do this the kid-
S Are YHe k
hkachbe Amid mmmammy kidmmcy 0lk fol-

t 'rilkar) trou~l,.* diabetes.
a4* K~tijli,) J*1tl'. c' (ha, tIntll. I

Uusk f'-iffl o-- lie ia"st.'tlor:-- ou re

OMWi be hA'it le- a a'.Ijn
6Wl fromm k i ,m A ,, i-a' k
4k time, t. k 1_. s

~~S4 ~ lif t'ftll,. it,, c 141
S Iaw LI t l te .aj it att 'e I
pr 4 11s t1 1,pf a #, I eto- i.:

~. I Can, Klima fti : e,

p ~ T~ h at. w I.ti f irth 111.11

~hhsrthe tiame Lkogm's and


Ve Sell

on the positive guarantee
that if it does not give sat-
isfCctioa v,, will return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it.
We ask all those who are
run-down, nervous, debili-
tated, aged or weak, and
every person suffering from
stubborn colds, hanging-on
coughs, bronchitis or incipi-
ent consumption to try Vinci
with this Murderstanding.

w. NL JhhfMhAIN M Ir t*-

The Lessen That Ended His Kieks
About Morning Baths.
When Emperor W!fllam 11. was a
small tIy he had a strong objection too
being washed In the morning. and hlot
governes. having hald twnme unplems-
ant exilerlencea with him inodl h-n lng IqI
some doubt as to what ahe bid bett, i
do. appealed to bliss father. the then
Crown Prince l'rederlek. Frederick an
swered. "The next time he given any
trouble on thls mwore leave him alone
to his own pleasure and report to me."
Naturally It was not loin before thi-
young prince retfued to go through
the purification process and the pgt
etirnes followed 1lee orders re'eltved
Now, the boy had a little c-arr.iger
and was very fond of driving out In
the mnoriing. and he generally ordered
the <'n,, h'win to go ',v wna of the
Ir-indenilnurg gMite. as it aniume'd and
flittered him to see the soldiers In the'
liarmr k. jint hiside Ihe gate. lurn iut
and lIresenit arms as ti.., heir to the
empire ipammted their quarters. Ae'-'4rd-
Ingly on, the molndng of hi- dimolhe-
diln'or the enrder was. n't nu;ml., "T
the Plrnitletimintirg gamte.." im.dl tVi e:.r-
riace rolled rapidly thl he.r Mt what
w.:is tI'e ai!::! nie'f 'ilt :;'e the' r-;'re of
the prIncellinz, on arrivig there to set,
no oild(ie'r except thl on -'1 .'. ;tind
they teM.k rot tlie :li-ht-tf it li e4 if
limIn. In a t'-.eringl i- i- n heft,' rdt er
cfdl tthe -ne.-hr lin too return ;,i the' pal-
are. where. rushing iI:t<, hi' fithe.r'm
roormIn. tie -oml)iplIlined ,of the Indecent
lwmhavir of the gi'vrd and de'intaMdeid
their uondl'-n punihlhnient.
I:ut his fnathr 41only Msmiled nimd umi,
In the gentle't vtlee: "'l'ier unge-
wanqehener prinx wird nl.in:ilml' pr:n''iln-
tirt" (".An nnwashedi prince is never
saluted") -vhirl|er's Weekly.

Of good health shoutlnl re''-iem hick-
nes. Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure it. So long
as you keep your liver, bowela and
i-toniach in a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ilallard'b
He'rbine r-lit-vebs (const.lpatioi. inacti-
liHer and all stomach and bowel trou-
hbles. Sold by W M. Johnson.

An Elixir of Life.
"A.~n nnnultl % is the hwc'sf4.1i, hr act cit-
Ikmia '- if' ailci trip exa:iiiilil- ts.. 11.-
cila m 111f almlinmao4ut~itte -11a~ias f
,em1mmc'tilmmeito p1,'4-t114 aS'ig f Ummr11ut.111mita
mtc' at' cte' -We' hati~e lets c-mm fair tukmii
'a linac feel ific lin Ii, immety amid 4ct ci iemi.
~-flt' Ie'm~~. I 1m.1%c J1819116,141 litany A
,t Is v mcidel'c'ha---ilt c#44i te 1%%.'-1-m a
.eeIn iimi viI i % r1,Lk lie ,-ma w-' t heiv
111 %I'll ~n m''a-the'l- Im ta-r rl'beI;hme'v
it-ski.' cci-din 'a'i-\t %i.' e- hc'm; m furma-
eel up tteea.,i'I hits mtaimli) rvueu 'Iimii
..41l s m i i I so '. l*I e I .Eecri'm

l'he t .'",ei i i'1 ta f mit .a'in ial **1.ct lt ari
* If 11in' N ** li 1a :a4 e .1 lial il ft.
re f I e ,- ll bi .
e. .. a i e.e t ,! : b I a t t nini
5 ;. 1 a l? r 1 tati
el. e a I m -I'

i .. t t i a ... I.* lt a d ., r.
; l h ~ Il ,r i j:, 1" 1 --, I' E ,l .i ,
tl I t' tl.ii .g t e fit ) q-u for bul-I ln -
.r itha h-li t raa a- th i ., I m
I i It At drug itou. ,I

W.,r'dcrf r" t
~Ir I! 'e I I
~' i f-i' '. I
I, a '. '.' I
ii. It' -' em a!

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'el.'; : Kcii,'cy i, iinledy ill cure.
mcs. c .-,a af kidiie'y or blsdd.-- tIruuOul'
inst im noet icl)tind t'*- re-d iI of i1mi e-i
ltnet ('ur,., backat ie -nd a ir eguilari
qe.i that If ne-gle'ct(d Iiiglt.t r, it ilu
14rtleit' a dl 'a-.e or d*lle~t J W
AIcCulluiu & Cu.

Quaint Ait .-nd h4mor of the Anie*nt State Ofsers:
pt&ans. G governor A. W. Olkhrist.
"j .* f f \.. ) li'4, <' l 1iit li-
ian eilMt, ., 1 I e 't li i ,o I ime I i I f.. e e .
fun. anl t!, reniinia of .I ..; si, Secretary of State--H. Clay
till the. nMile story Exampnle- .. f ar ford. Tallahassee.
lI-al'i hlii4or Nar milore i4nmllslIidthan i. Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
general. su:inpl.miil hassee.
A tr:wing osin a .Ie in the N w '**',,r Treasurer-W. V. Kaott. Tal
muwsemin rep|rc,.its n -ent i e-' ed- see
J:,. V i. I ..f' *f. li I. At ;or;ey Ueneral--Parik M.
A16 ,4l I...H i; | m *0 1 :i <1 ; : iT a' 1.b
il "' Ig 0 f at l. l. I I "l ....
1f. :m..cl m.Sl .IT. 1* t .::,l't:, I n min bioner of Agriculture-
Jf. iI AtI A ,i *h.11 1 w I i- i :, i ,, M 'l-t". Tal.ah;.:.. .e
Uw -I. hIs l,i&:. t4u|t of Publilc in.tructiom-W
S.w '.iIt tl ,im lIr,..,l. l i !.m iw ; Hiiollo ay. Tallabassee.
-*11mi.< m.- ,4f i:i:ln:il l.'*. li .: I'reident of the ,eate-Hlu
l.:I orus In thi1. 4lrilh lnu- i :iu.ini ;I 1a t liarris. Key Weat.
of g*--4-4 :ire- lw-'i,: dr ,i ln I,y n al
anit n herI iof gfiet ,v ti* t w o woil e,'
with ,rIN-k*t n1!.l .,ll. ts. i;e ,* f the C1;nty O44ort:
wilit'< 4 is Ii aIlug a d,,ulole pipe. Clerk and Auditor-8. H. Wi
There I 1ir Turin a papyri roll that Galmesville.
ll.':. vt n alit .cit serie of suic'h 't-kal Supt. Public lInstruction-Dr.
s'cee. Il thie first Iplac'. n lion. a Kelley. Galnesville.
e'rocnlle aman an ape are giving a rt Sherff P.G. Ramsey. Oalnesv
cal and Instrumenmanl -on.eert. Nelt County Judge-H. G. Mason. G
comes an aq% dri-sed. armnil andal s ep
teled like a phnra.oh. With majest le
swagger he re-elves the giftsI resent Tax Aaressor-W. W. ColsoaA
e'd to him by a cat of high degree. to ville.
which a tbull a tis a proud coniductor. Tax Collector-W. D. Dk
A lion and a gazelle are playing at Gainesville.
lraughts*. a blppopotamus is per-hed Treasurer-J. D. Mathesba. 0
Ia a tre. anml a hawk bas cllmbel Into ylle.
the tre anid is trying to dil hlige him. upervior B tt -J. C
Another pletnre shows a phnraoh In e. G .
the shape of a rat draw. In a carriage urew. Galneysvlle.
by pranlmng greyhound lie is pro IConty Commissilo rs-Juoha
ceidng to iton an fort garr* oned by Dampler. Chairman. Hague;
eats having no arms. bllt teeth and Townsend. Campvlleo; J. W.
claws. a hera s the rats have battle- Archer: Chas. W. Summers, Tre
axel. shlichll ard bowis and arrows.- O. P. Cannon. GalneovIle.
St. l~mwfl Reut(lo" &Members Selool loard-R

SIr hlaU usd "Cbik
h KindYu kn0maplqo

Sgatare of 7 MO


The Ilread. Pie and Cake you
cat should b' niutritious. The
fn.est flour. iimie'd with pure
ri !, i.Al'. an:l huked in the
'liprity fashion." make our
g.oods the most deliciousit ist
possible to produce.


Phone 165.

R. T. Sclafer. Prep.

Miss N. Norton

Novelties, BOk, Sttim )

Souvenirs, Shat Petm

a i Petm ,u,,FrM .a



Tuner and Rebuilder

E.tiMatei Fnrniade Promptly and All
Wurk (imaarantwd.

Ir'i'nc'i p a
ineeemA Rat"'.








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J. L.





Weeks. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
Stat. Smator--H. H. McI ary.
Members Hou E-Syd L. Cmrter,
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Pe.

City OlMere:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arfow.
Tax Ansessor--'B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ella. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer- J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney--W. 8. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shaids,
President; Geo. Ki Broope. 8. J. Bur-
nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8.
M. Mlxson. A. L. Vkdal.
Board of Public Worka-H. 3. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secre-
tary: H. r. Duttoa. B. J. Balrd. J. H.

'o the Voters of the City of Gaine-s.
am a candidate for City Marsha!.
.or re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully aud eI-
lenitly. night and day. and my record
4 open for inspection.
It my service during the past yema
ias been satisfactory I ask the sup.
wort *n-d vote of each and every citU-
m who is qualified. I can only
premise the same service a I have
.deavored to give la the past.
YTors for order,
.'.. s ARNOW.

I take thbi method of lateralag the
public that I am a candidate for City
Mar-bal at the election to be bold a
6i.rll 1::. 194. I respectfully soldcit
'ho- .t;m:iport of all voters. irrespectUve
4 partv afflliatiou. and promise to
:aillifully asid Impartially discharge
the duties of the olce should I be
elected Re-petfully.

rTo tth. Voters of the City of Gail ea-
I re-pecltfully announce. ntyself a
S.ltnl.ct0- for ('sty Tax Asma-'iMr for
l ht, ..r 194o't lia'ing et-un Tax As-
Ms. isor for four ears. I am fully pre-
:,;.red t t fill the o(Tffhce mie n. m) rec rd
will Show. th'e c ti a, e"' ." ,a. it ha'
InI be-i li're.it-acd In that tin"i from
a little ou' r $6(tio.loti) Uto o.r $1 .o* iniom
I was prevented fro a running for thi.,
A)fl'te lat st > A) ar oll s ia t inslt of i-i< ki m. -
alld io1 4 i .ip tf ully olcl it >)cur
It WH M lilt I lMi"lfI

TIo tI 'cl, r of (a.lll.. mlll
I ile '1 t ., ats Iimis ( tl. it I a&li a aun
dluat, tis i '-1 al11i lo tih-e offine of
t'it) I .%. A ma- e.-o f,,r the ) tear 1j9 .
nill Ie,. l I, Iti, tu t, hc ld on April the
I l; tin ads 1I .t itia t nrlly rI -quu .t uoi
Aill to t e*- ime )uur tut nslid .ulopurt
fra Iit spo.- ilist
TiTamakii>g )ou for your 4kast ctdoura.
um.atl. I re-maln. Yours very truly.

Read thb s ant ads. la today's au.

The MusicuN


Per the Teaghter, ts e Stue i and So
Each lteue contains 246 page of aew
and standard mu-lc. vocal and l1-
Intniniental Re.tail vilue at least

44 patep of Interesting. Insprirag
r. ading matter, and advertising of va&l
ue to mukrlians and music lovers.
Special departments for Teachers,
nlagers. Viollalsts. Orgalatdst. C
dren. etc.
*geMriptiee Price :: $1JW Per Year
Send 15 cents In stamps for a --
pie copy. Catalogues of male aUd
musical Instrument seat pou re 1-at.

M Trmeent 9L. A 1t1., Ma...,

Notice Is hereby gire that M der
and by virtue of a Anal decree of f g
ceo re of liem made and rendered 1
the I on. J. T. Wills,. Jd of the CIt
ci mv Court. Eighth Jedletal lrel d4
Pkwida. In and tor Alaheus eouty. f
a certain chancery ease tthersm w *1 '
Inl on the 23rd day of1 P1hbiry. M
wberein the City of Oailsevif, a L .
ntldpal corporattom under e lawb s d
the State of Florida, is empm l.
and Georg Pa teron im Isd. IL
the mderslgned. as Speil M r
Chaeery w ill- at pilieM -a9
to the highest and best bi r 1g0
cash, before the eot hobee dear,
the ('bty of GaluMVil ep d iM

lowing described let, passe owr
of land. situated. YgNMsLa d
the City of (Oaisevill. AMaesh -no
ty. Plorda, towit:
l t One (I) of the M Ne PtW j
Together with a oand d o~ So
teneme tn .edlmatu nd egi.
temansoes to th same beoilf I, I
anywie appetalnmlg. ta n i 6 ,
Said ale to satity saM id deem
spedwi Ma ister la N y.
W. S. B. ROOM.
Soll-.'tor for Coampaama t

'Under and by virtae of f t elm
laurd out of the Circuit Mst, l
Judicial Cirrelt of lorids ta
Alach ts county. and isinld t
and ainlular the shierls of S
of Plorida. I P. 0. a9ums, s
t sLaid county. have e0Ied u
will sell before the couWt heas e,
in the City of0 Gl886"tl1 Aland
,,,l.tv I.'lorti. On Moay the
liv of A.,ril. IWOS. between *
hours of sale, to the highest -
bidder thwrefor for eMeh, t- bIo i
described real eate Iatd sd
ing In Alchua coasty. Ptir a.,
The Northwest quaiitr of the
west quarter and the Soeethw f
of the Northwest carter of a
2.. in Township 10. R3ea 17. and S
North Half of the U-th t a
election 24. fn Township 10, g IT.
Together with alL* an ul2fafr ils
tenements, heredltamlnta gt ames g
tenance to the ame heilagig or ha
anywise appertatlalg.
The aiM property eitag levie -g
satisfy said exeotkm hia oyeir of THie
luttoe Bunk and agaltat aM T. ft.i
Ptchett. P. 0. tAMU T.
Sheriff of Machum County, rida.
Attorney for Plaintiff.

Passees emU. P5t Wesse

irt ae.eetif by a5ts-t pea 50
lusts. the tsieadmet sheelts sem.e SeA 1
deat of the Ntate of P eria st. that he. te
is eadasn has Itwe o sier fler **ee io
ti days 4 mexi proediau thli aepliltatsu fatr
order I Imbllasl, m.e.4 kd ih he I- h e,

isi 1hnoel lt tht m liS-VrY's'" 4 I iwnea esPaS4
be M de GimbaliMo. 1644 MSheore Ie- StOe18
is thie' !'atiaiof Powa lsa dwrw.V Or cla b5ee
eiiona moicm wou d'Iloi d m idt dvee~se1.s.
*enlete.i ibii el retliemi ailceniatlh
Srp,,umrea it4,e ielmwsP i to e 9"
Vmwa lcIll- %to'atSS) #0 AtWiA. 1k Ps,
41 4r le 1064- h. 'cef".ai iii ams&t defe-Si.NaWit.
1 oiks tsM% o'Go i e'e'rt41 o t %b dth IMIerde1.
a. s1be (68:iae'icitoijr to"'a Gv5e
Ili' -liei m'* cai Qtb'W) alsd Mhiaw.
i M.. 4.e- I cif iWIi.
I)hy 11 -I UL g 0C.
Ir ir se oa .I act 0' 1 ii e*l
.6 ft If Wit' ,%.- it 1"tgi(ae

Idolmc'r I el' APPIVi~ ATc'14- 4 WM y*3j
6-. LAWS!' m' 4 A)V tle'

eteie't h..i cia ia' '.1 A aUs&. A. U1.1 S
omab iU C a.6 i 9' #g' a- '.4 *f O W s ed- hiT
c'mur~e,-- Ii I i 6 lr'a'rltird press =J

~ec t a deI -rd w li &me 4a t
1' e. 'A r)LagI te,.ewa



('l iN--'IT' L'Us
I'( .A I.I )IL s

Livey, Fed a Sale

Harass, Waees.& SupOns

Davis & Oliver




now art a


m and What is

soMia nI of the City.

a*f L ticket at Rutherford'
B Iml 5tte tl' I'fil t'd itlda,

|, ar ne of Palatka mad. *'
B i sitItr t h rt t. o t t

i dle Sales ald children left
ftr a short liIt to High

C. mbit of Archer wai In Ih.
kuiNu-y, He is the marhbalo uf

+1VI--gverybody to vote for m<
aerchaat' Piano Contest.

S1. C. Paraker of LaCrosse h,
dty attending court and meet
g m seros friends.
Zetromer. one of the merch
SSbfelle, was transacting husi
it the city yesterday.
i'. iwilney of Hironson was in th'
yagglrday. For a nuubetr of years
President of Newberry.
*K yew city taxes. Books cloe
L The time Is short. Delays
I lerous. T 1. Ellis. Tax Col-

Aggy Caladuim bulbs for sale.
i kbulb given with rach $2
ailtl April 10th. Mrs. .1 S.

SL lHardee of I'renton. one of th,.
ve citizens of that section
piMtlag his nunierotlu friends Il
*4y yesterday.
ML I. I. Chubbl has gone to Penta
Stoatted the I' 8 court now i
la that city ie iIs a witness
)lamnd wnqtt-r4
El Vlda Iarr a who h;.- Iw-en
her friend. M i,. Pearl ('iolon
lpastfew d.ia.,. retturned to I: r
at Bell yesterday.
A telise Walker. aho has l.N..1t
hi the p ttt \<'r.il da. in
,h ville i.tluig relatH %. anid
has re'turnetl to her honil
is Delighted with ht r \ i-it
W. N. WWiLa u left ,..te, r;Iv ft
lWeir to be abh.mll for the' i.\t
I day. He OWl (tilto of the hand-
|it gro0e is that .4 tlilon lall
IB owan to look ittto-r tie eult. .4it;,:

a W. KauterT:n of Ilif h ring-
a oNIg the. at..l< to tile < it %. l
1 beta Sn sualnuit-.l i i. I l onl a(-oulnt
iatBrtr. 1 ,- I. now lonl of the laIrg
>~ It eitellsilt ) ltirii g itl- -e.a-ii

^iS_ Alachua Camp No. Li,
Woodmen of theb'
tFw World-Mleets tonight
S M. laor ti Hall V'itiing
^hv cordiall) R. welcomed IlAY .
'UK AVERA, C .i M I .LL.. .lit

ITreasures TIMt Bring Pleaure
1 I a, I A et.iv 1i4eof I

~~~j fs -f1, il l 14* I m r

coon this s.r.k ilian .-vrr r fore inever)
l..iearttaent idet ir-t~Fsurv. Cail fiT '11il.
N. lmi-hem toIf)(.e41111tuad 4.-- 1-Jeil vi
is' cmu'. inicmi.

Read the want ads.
Cedar Key oysters, day and alght.
it Rutherford's Restaurant.
Mrs C C. Reddick has returned
from a bli i siti tu relatives at
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
fired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
e dames Chas. Helfreich and E. E.
Prince have returned from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lssiter of New-
berry were among the shoppers p the
city yesterday.
Mrs. A T. Kelley of Prairie Creek
m-a.- in the city yesterday visiting
M,. family of i)r. J. L. Kelley.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
*ure chills. .evcr, colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotuson.
NI. ('l Iyatt. one of thie leading
mrc(,ha.nt.U f Ottr ('reek. was tran..
acting tbushhies in tlu city yesterday.
G. T. %eynolds. one of the employ-
'of thi t'ooaf t I.line at igt 8i S:,rlntg.
rI:. rc teteniding tho- wecial term of
ii'i \.';t--if \ (u hlate never used
ith.,' Iiitl 4Al leitu .i .i;.d 1 ..uil i .-
i':rt- th.er. 1- a tre.: It in -trt.e for
:i. ..liar a of h-.rlin. Md.. and
Ir- I.. W Warren of Florida have
e.1ii t liinig Mrs. eo W. Ilrumlv
for thle I.at several day..
.I T .larrll of ('l)att'i Stat1onui a-
inioIg "tl.ultu h '- w ;.tisi r.- t o th' ri t v
4 .- r.rl< l;t h*d. 1,- illllfll till :1 IllaiT
a until'- bl* ir".t '. ai; i .:t? p|oi< lt ni d t tl .-
hlre .- (il hbu.- ile onn t01)ll<( teI a ith thilt
liartstifld Grocery t company
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city water, elec-
tric lights. sewerage. bath, and al
,itilern coni eitetnceai Apply to Mrs.
II. 11 McCreary or Sun office
.% II l h-.1 mi a:t.hii. r if lthe W illi..
lln IHanlk '.. a.S ioni lhl M-ito.l t)
thl (*It% e.itidi;. 11ie .-ltate that thle
i> ro-age.i f 'irils \ v ,g l.*l', i, the
Ihl u d I 1 i that hli,. !r t .l r Iio a l ta rt -r
llant,- i .nid the gr.p ,rr ar ,. ittici
'latlinvL i4mld rnlion- from the r,*jI-

'' NI- ,-A e and11 it if- f ftN. viuhee rr%
Ye~~~~ ~~~ e-311gtl'Ii-iteir'te, tll il
toW rsla %
F Iturke a t 1tepieral idr kni itof Ithe
itri I Is nialtiliu hiiat fit:,dejmarte'w at t lie

I.- trial ill letf, r M a tu-. lat11i
e ~- 1'afte r .gie'midivia the I4-;&
'. itit r A i h ii s own.4; W rue-
Lue r.' C141 ha!ili r. I IF (
1,#it i. re'slil.-uice 14 'r
.ie tl~ i .f eri to i 91 1t

I ~ ~ ~ ~ i -9e c e Ilie r jaleis

HIarn It- Hut hierfe erd iof 1 .4 ai 01-im. 1
,I i, *I -I. t I Itgc11.. %1. 1111.1to114 t-1 tile
Al 4 1'1%11. 11 1i4 4 1si-'I'l~e lItI. I- is I )I I %
%z u it r iIett c-of ille". agemt P i, i ill 11t
t 4

Srasford & Itasli hat- Just recei%-
'-d a rl-|ad of Stuldebtaker wagons.
4 ee their ad. In another part of this
issued anid .-re what they have to sa.
about the- L
Mrs. S (;. (;a of Trenton arrived
in the cit) yesterday and will spend
the next several days here visiting
relatives. Ae was accompanied by
a. r little suit.
T. D. Tinnin of the Wade-McNair
Company left yesterday for points
south in the Interest of the extensive
(mood contract his company has with
:he C('ost Line.
I am offering several standard makes
of upright pianos at bargala prices
while they last. If contemplating buy-
ing a piano be certain to get my
prices. W. L. Hill.
Mrs. I. M. Tison of llronom wa-
in the city for a few hours y sterda
en route to her bome. She had Just
returned from a short visit to her pa-
rents at Vienna. Ga.
8. C Dell, the genial and accomm=o
dating postmaster of Alachua., a-
amotng the business isitors to tht
'it)y )etbtcda). lie i also one of tha
ni' t I t:rr,.?sfrl itiw ,r('!.anit. of t" at :

Mrs. T. II. Ellis. whlo ha b-n U lpend-
ing the |ast thre weeks at Wad o
rt turi..d i.* he r home yesterday. She
was accompanied by her little grand-
mon, Chas. A. Marks, who will vrilt
A.ith il inll
Mrs. Edward Remnhb*r of South Camr
ina rcutruld to her homl- .turday.
She has beit.e spending the Iastt servr-
al da.s ini this city visiting the family
f S II \'Wi. i*g. and wa.s waell pl.-as
,I ilth the ctilt
J. Altmeyer of louisvtlle IW ammnag
tLe ti.ai elting h eniill waiting the (it) aiad
-tol ,iuiL at I e* lIroAnw lHouse.* He has.
.1 lai'n uiiit::lh. t f friend-, and av-
il:aintan.;, in l th.e rity lho are- al
a.,.s pla,',*d to IIr t hiel
W are utt r too bu)> to glve our
tw-t attenuIon to our city patLrds;
truat )ouraelf and swa'etheart to ont-
of those exquisitv Sunday turkey din-
Uer' with EKtelN't Vi'!sas wahlut caie
for dessert. The Brown Houe*-.
A. G. Iamb of Mlumnopy is among
the- %iestorb io the cit. lih states that
thi farit<,r1s are' lha,,i' moer the handd-
onle wrlrei hi.llng wceived for tbher
ve*'.tabl4ts. a hih luttke'b -oiild.-rablk
'a !. ii i II( Lr ( LAtUiot f'>r his e.

F "-ak II. ('ha.e 4ud wife d Chicasgo
returtitd to tl.eir ihouie yvht-rdla af
te'r haciitg eit*'I. the past few dL.-.
,,.r. l Thl .r itimipal led it tre rei t'itl.

-fII I


brst rrct ai4it .11.&I I'll- t M! 1. I .
re .. ~ -*.0.4 1 itt I'
OWN. wllt&"yui f'rln'. ay Ik.
izaudo nn. 1 141941.- I-*f r tci ri mjaI wl" As A -e31
u tt%all LS a- r atI I A I ra % .a coi cll it I.-
OC 61i l 5t5;yA I I .'l r I'-- '[*M e uirhtA~ I-.,
Md gl, LWMAU 0 VU 1-t .I trU

CRAWFORD & DAMI, Caiaesvill, Flai.

Chiali-.' hlioile an
iti fil i 'r l o r .

%1 F~ri el K itist ; jet 1a, I 1.,ter ee
Li k ctitill. ,cri i itii e1 *-1, r

l'-*I fit! I fi ll'

I ts A II. .L i II

~ ii. I Is .6 4 of I f a it

lie ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1- 1t1 i ii I. ie t t lot u -r V4a fIrI

tt> Il~te i .'9tie aF e IeI1 4 id faeir,
*I tile t ie I e1f1`1 Ie I .d Itil, If ad siadi
-e j~abt fa hIt 11 til-% e Ai,xa- teil Off, I &Il
4tft lar AlA litait d trtiig I ha If 4 '. C ill
lot (fit gtsid- 'l 1,41tubold tut ie-~r 1 La
*'it.- actual cullt


Them golmll. ill. kimlest regardsm and hIwst wiph-
id A If ech tfficer aitimdirtetor of the fBank,
M&idl you will always find a cordial welcome in
Otir bmnk-ing rmunA).

Mak .ik mr pati uce It..'~ui qr~~er el e
111411!"v' ai~ .f~rcdeul tso akei m our place phlusai.Aat
U11141 ;agrt-val 'le top i4e4 th -lbwhocall to see u-4.





White Wash Waists


Do you realize you are given many advanta at t
SATURDAY SALES? We offer values m,
and do, appeal to the careful and economic buyer. O
fully note tle following items, and when you have yel'l
he very sure to join the pleased and enthoulatie dboppas

o t *7.6*-Coast IIga W o
Suit- of naturnmUinsi; imr- I| OW AMh
pOMibw to by the mt..iat for thid S d mi t"- M a.d
prie, -y othispr aemat tw prise of coat e 344. mtb. 3Mk
snaking, suil tdww a miely maOde, bmsw tafe I mpe of a"
too. ItW" ju-t oe onf ow lrky buys tar$ Whimte Wih h MU
wbhclh se share witii ou. Va O Mld ReU with whib, Ta wit
$7 A.il-iatnrday only ... ... I aLd blua with wl wk Mp

Me Offl~ r. so .As to Wias Up the Day With a WMbetwld, dthe oall
Si S "WHITE WASH WAI1TO, Law. Balatis, as., W
fully triinm ed, two ihomi ely. ................ ..
1 a5 d 1.1 WHITE WASH WAl-T4, L 4md meM.-bU E
er arinm in.ep, mweslt fcts., two hoas t aml .............
S1U asd $1 76 WHITK WAI'Tl, siUmas a lmliod hbat
SUit lieu iu laew, uthew elaborateidy trimmd, -a-... .

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