trT, NO. 42
I AJMNOtI'LIAF PLORIDA. ,4ATFRIIAVY. IAII('II 27, 1909
TEN CENT A W0
STO HANG FOR
*I _MRDER OF
*;I I*. ii_ _
wanted to rent a place and ABmDT I
there. Owen said he \-er'ted th
would be trouble when ihe te..t to I
nen. the nane of one of whoni % v'
.A oiomsd be
*ho pt told
W= kgt fo
Nod sag"agba e,
UPL w dmO~we*
*0otCcgbwd*oa Me of AgatI
OGu to aM- Mb wtfe behave, where-
S Oum abi. w -I win make you
bw v" Mrs. Own them sam, Sbot
;Is," ad Owes raled his
I OW d I A14 Ml mt. No other
P s wore pres a If Owes was
we g et fmhe I wkt was mnt
a of It. Smthb was killed about
- otp- frm th bee where Owes
buI the gfvig of testlmoy by
- wilu the ttle dehd kept cn-
bite C f sL mIther. De pty
r --km Dawkoim toek It a tglas
o wterr, t tis fabled to quiet the
me,- Tbh mother aid the baby
S agr7. yd Mr. Dawkla told the
-M" to s -t ad et it somethlai
t eSt. The woaa sad he had no
WMW. mI th .et eier ave her a
dsW. Mrs. Owes retired l a short
tie wh a bag eo -ar bieuets. and
doe No* me was mahU more quiet
MI e Ihaw, eeleed. related how
Uue eimue to her bee, told h&r le
bad killed smith and wanted her to
&o adiud Lady. She wa .i'ra.J.,
but flyaly weIt to the body. Mr. Joe
Jame and wMe emiing to the body
abMet ow minutes later. Witnem sald
Oes ted her be did *e want Mrs.
Nohwi tome about hims. as he
| wt want to U her.
Mrs. M. A. .wberry. an aged white
wet a. was swora: she was the
Ibr do R. L. Smith; witaeass was
in Owes's bouse when her aom was
badt. was there to see the sick baby.
he did not go to the dead body for
IMm tiae, beca e she was afraid of
Oe; she west to body later with
Magle Shew; Owes and his wife
abased am threatened witness.
Ldh Thempto. wlMte, related about
the sme elr'u aes as Mrs. New-
berry. oely she diM ot go to the dead
Ms. MarYr Ieg was at Owen's
bose a~ t a weok previous to the
killi and heard Owen say he wup.
StaW to kWll Smith and Musslewhite.
and expected to have it to do at any
Gerard Hammond said Owen was at
his place it Marion county prior to
the killing in January and said he
had ha4 some trouble "up there" and
ltfe Ends Disas-
AN *-Os the
it t at Hkory settle
sa I y5 f Wee we kled, ve
wtyo-me captured in a
taupey depty sheriffs
mb mu*s. The ight
.... _'-J Wu day and coalnai.
with -IM Mamat NO 10 o'csick
to c M tulevs.,
Is to esoOsald In the bou.
f OW 4f0 te oo They a re amt
I& -fa the camp by a party o
M- me--sos who refused to allow
~- The deputies operated
ma van w ad c es. Besag outmmums
Wil sm ov avl" lss a"d.
A few iurM alter the Art elash
6 W mi. emewm be a h
eU Was em. th.e*4
fell the eirilenment increased
negreis roamed through the
Sfiring aud )elling
fight continued as a series of
throughout the night the lie-
retreating from tree to tree. as
news remembered an sapp (Smith*i'
The State here r'..ted and the d.o
fense was granted ten minutes in
which to confer with their witnesses.
During the Interval the court
sentenced John Collier. Indicted for
assault with Intent to murder and con-
victed wnly of aggravated assault to
three months' imprimnmment In the
Mattle Owen. wife of defendant, was
sworn for the defense. Her testimony
was to the effect that she had taken
the gun to the Seld to shoot a hawk
which had been catching the chick-
eas; she leaned the gun against a
fA tree while she went to get some
ptnders from the crib; Smith came to
the feld and she told him to set out:
he cursed her and struck her with
a compass, threw rocks at her. etc.:
Smith said he was looking for trou-
ble. and be was used to It; her bus-
band was hitching a borse to do some
plowhig; he came up and told Smith
not to curse his wife: Smith said.
"I will kill you." and made a motion
with his hand as if to draw a weapon:
Owen then picked up the gun which
was near him and shot Smith. Thomp-
son was half a mile or more away
when the shooting was dame. In fact
he was not near them at any time
Solicitor Rivers was unable to shake
the testimony of Mrs. Owen in any
particular, and she proved herself
a good witness for her husband. Se
presented an uncouth appearance. and'
her hair was disheveled. as if It hat'
not been combed for some days;: her
waslat was dirty, with sleeves rolled
up to her elbows, and she Pat in the
box with her hands crossed over her
knees, a rather blank expression on
her face. and cheeks flushed as if she,
might have a slight fever.
When Mrs. Owen left the stdAd her
husband was sworn In hi.4 own behalf
He corroborated his wife In all es
sentlal details. except that he said
Smith got his pistol. whereas >hi.4 wife
said Smith made a motion as If to
diaw a weapon O~vei s;.id that when
he hot Smith he had reason to elfieve
his own life waa in danger. as well
as that of his wifer
At the conclusion of his direct
testimony court adjourned until 2
Afterneen session .
Court reconvened at 2 o'clock. when
Solicitor Rivers began the croxspexanii
nation of Owen. Mr Rivera prolaound-
ed question upon question, but he got
nothing new out of him of import-
ance. He said Thompson had come to
his house on Sunday night previous
to kill him, and he. sitne'ss. had shot
When Solicitor itie'r.s got throuIli
with witness Juror Ilurkhina asked
hinm how he knew Thoimpson went
there to kill him' (Oen said .NMushle
white had told him o(t plot to kill himi
Seim IA'*- testified that he' heard
M. rm New lwrr) tell defendant h could
hate all thlilt land he waite-d to f11111
on The object of tit'e iltrfixec'dtiin of
this e% ident e s.- i.i d'elii? ti A
ilhat OArn a& t ,li i en1.41 ',\ I l r el.s
when the killing Wa dir4 II Ilhamgll
IN- 11 (liclputed t>' the St.te 11llat h.
%MA iu III I aenalt' sii f e *e |l* i 0 llla e-
J I (* ritfl .i-i w tri lo r i h i
ftllin b ll, ll ii I Aa. 1. : i lx lt 1 1 lo i % iri
the deputllei advanced, Bring steadily If, e h, re- tiwli. iI
eachinf thea settlement th be ine riN. ro al% I .1 i .I. ,4
, arrllcaded tbhet-meln e in the habut
aud could not be dislodged ,
TIh detIene le e hI I. I
At daybreak ring ceasedi and Th,. dei.it ,, e.ih J ,
neither party made another mote' un lhe. 4a4i. h, .11 44 ljt
$11 u o'clock. when the deputitru. re Ilm Aild T1. Si .II, ,,li
newed the atllack on the neatgruemr.. who
auW anlulbered 100 ag4isl.t I et 'iit
4 1 iK it tll r. t re1 1N 11 litr
About 3w shouts were fired ii hei i, ,ui h.
last eucountter hen the i Il th e li oesrr'e. h- i t tould 1.
were killed and lihiut% heili ff i'o .les l I. li.d S m th pullm
injured td li t li ht 1I4 11
At the lrlt ut hllauglitl ile' I u ri i Mr l 'h,
slae' disludlged eid fle'd The' d'putle. Mrs', Thow l- A
pdrsued and captured-, f.rt) onie All that the deft.endat called
was quiet last night dei, noe further of the house atd the' ha
rtU tig is iautcipated I( tCiltiiuol ilon N
BE FULLY PROSECI
Oicers Fear for Safety of on and Woam
StOle Woe WI L
CLEVELAND. 0.. March 26.-With
boots and Jeers ringing hI their ears.
James H. Boyle and his wife. arrested
here as the kidnappers of little Willie
Whitla of Sharon. Pa.. were escorted
by police to a train last night for
This practically closes the case as
tar as Cleveland is concerned, as fur-
ther action will be taken by the Penn.
sylvania authorities. However, the
Cleveland pollee have a club over the
beads of the Royles In a Joint Indict-
ment returned yesterday charging
James H. Boyle and Helene Boyle.
alias Paulkner. with blackmail. This
charge is based on
$10.00 ransom by J.
recovery of his son.
the payment of
P. Whites for the
Willie. here last
As the prisoners alighted from the
wagon at the station. a great throng
surged abaut them. and it was with
difficulty that a path was cleared to
the cradl'es. As Ioyle and his '.iffe.
each a -co'upanied by two polci.nen.
salt., I t rough the train ihed the
(r-. d greeted tbenm with hoct. dA
Eyes Only for the Woman.
Ti.3t Mr-. lt.vyle had nothiuiK )to do
wi1 the, actual kidnapping of Willie
W*"it!' was the statement made yes-
ter.'ai hv the woman and her hus-
'rs. Iloyle apijarentl walsh In r' od
spirits. but her husband maintained
nis indifferent manner, having little to
say Most of the question a
were addressed to Mrs. gigv#
all eyes in the small circe i
ers gazed at the attractive waiMIt
"Why don't someone lsk a
Iloyle?" asked Chief Kobler.
"He is not so charming." am
quick reply from Mrs. Boyt 1
the man prisoner caused a
laugh by paying his wife this am-.
"Mrs.i Hoyle has three leatehww!
als from tan shoes for belaga *
Mrs. BIoyle denied a report- hi
had been on the stage. "-t
111 get the chance now." 10she
"What did you think of BIlyr
Boylde was asked
"lie is a dear child and I
h.ated to part with him." she saKl i
rear For Safety of Man and N-I
PITTSIII'R;. .March 2.-fhg
for the taf.ety of their prisMoneaIf
uw re taken to Sharon or the aI
:eat at Me'rce.r. officers last
brought Janwe HI. lyle aad hbi
iccuse'd of kidnapping WilO WIt
to the Alleghe.ny county aill Bert
It is the inte'nition of the de-
to keep their lpritone'rsa in
here tor several days and M
timie' hen the public ii nhA eDot l
it to remove themn to the Merers
y. jail. where' th, will be kelpINu
cranid jur. coni lln. the third 5
Inheritance Tax Likely
To Be Cut Out of the
WASHINGTON. March '.'6
thirty-three States of theI
ready have inheritance tax 4l
it is considered practically
- itec(au 1 his i offset i) .-ii.iateil decM
I'iun al-. re'.slting froin m redtic-lioi. of duty.
now that the inheritance tax lpro\ i6
Ion of the Payne bill mill be thrown
out in the Senate Should the (;o%
ernmient adopt inheritance tax leKicla-
tion ithe w iult wuldI, bIe- double taxa
t io, h mn I hl ri..tiirt : uhiih i acc(!,n llii
to the' icrteailing colinition h4re' II
Slate- le g'-~lature'i. uuixIII ?c'it.,leimiar..
atalmiccimciiCll-ideratimin cit all itilrii
110t11l11401A JItcIiiee' anil Ii'tritalie4. tax1
ar.' icreplaritiu it) do iso. M~.r
iv.e aruioalg the- iiurn hr
hopilce'le.,c 111Il ilc-loihcilit %'(ofit V. 11a-
U' 1'c .&r'1 I1i.,i: II I
latter had.l 10 t I i 'I tf thI. it !'ulIl .6l II
., l.ilm l f i .1
to ()Oetii .
Igh)l |>ri\ loomh
*armlr ili or
41 til tor llt
'e h. ItI, it .
m one itiith
own or car
hiht slfe out
d about tie-
t I'a.m *
atn I earn~a 11 I-if Ne VA 51 li
teI a I 'I t' i c ti' c rt cl i. s
iit-it 11 -I.aft II, t~ kr, tm e'lte 111 lcr,,,
A li t' '-I li I AIeo- 1, Itit 4e4eIllsilla 1t-,1m 4met
rv 'i.to, i eit, f revi ti let,, e Il l it I%
afI I II I, Itil" t cis f Ii s te I, I4Ii t to 1 1 4it soI mfleit
alightit 114ruamoaeof (it cle i.etiIdtm
t rum %Il at('hdIIIItI~iAll P111011' the ieWerlls'
as. 11cr, Mitio Axt P.Iii-cecil us urit-P etut
As It Ir.4'e('luhsiel th, bUsW"AS
theli~oust. to originate' re',e'U5 a"
ure's. the' vi'ctitiitte'4'Isieadujitl so
m.etee to taking tha-l er aa
Ow ii eu?-# 1,14. ''-ci mial 5In
%Ieec iicall Iw e l'i~i'e I~tain
Ijidei, erv glad tee knomi that the
14 1 Ji ll. I X 1 I 1-' ill
jIila r teipP f I' t
i 4 o'eeju hl l it'e .
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IIIi t Iclil' t pcilit -a .. .'
f 'o il,cS Ae' leemiI .I .m Il Ie
I 1 411 #ortt 111" II'' i rI 4 Ak 10
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ft DAILY RUN: GAINKMVI MA. OIf27,iCH 279 1909
$~ad ow he was IN
d as while at
~~od s~ adINJelL
40 s a
adRm t IdhaB
b&* Ed MW.
trlibM IM I
AV% *- O _
todwWd11-I1soe'ued In VW
w* of lif sd SW e 411nt ii to IhrmAaml
ewes sd rrrdi~t.l'ie ia nutani Avw
b*, It b a" laimnwi that ".u of Fir
=4 flair of fIus isthe only refmedy of
hu asu0 bt oWo of many f roawn
l f Is tls best oa permonal sol family
hIvn NI the (act that it Aeanqm
mml whe". tlir h Use internal orans
m abbhift arm twithoutany litatg
aetw o~saft withwkout having to iIICW'SRP
do psutit from timeto time.
It. a -ds ly m d mawely and
-*w bmallaxand ,amlits eempument
PuO ts ale hN to MW a&proved by
P41 I bwft ios IMre aN bj*ela
Ah SAUM&To @A NIts A p'-'
dk% OWN" the gw~inaa-
.mda~medby 69 w("I"i i yu
NOW MW &A PLURALITY OVR
V186810 0 1111 M 11ReeelVed14e0d Vets
ad 1ft Pw L410110fd11
Vabg swuinsly heavy In the
esnob" rlmy whiwas On
Ow ho-im &Imedothee.a-
MWWi 18ONheNWSS dlgof the
Nb.oo ~ hrm&6 ecity .... .i. u swS
naMiow fm ste bamed......
Mstimes Ahm, sell y .......
Mias Nanmdo i ammo city..
Miss Masal nhe&a. city....
Ml Juis Carter. rity......
Mi. A. Grff. Newberry.....
mIs Joleo veas., city......
i olalee Bmeal, city .......
Mis A. Sttleklmd. Waldo...
Miss ~M Hadon. city ....
b A le eville ..........
MN n rIema S tatf Waldo.....
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs..
Mia GelMe Lambort, city....
Miea ULsae Sheppard. Bell...
Miss K. Carlttm. Meanop...
Mrs. A. W. Saogent .........
Mi M. ermaade, city.....
Mis Mary Thigpl. city ......
MieaL leaders. Hawthorn...
Miss Ruby Albrghtt .......
NES F 9M AND
A. Tbhomas of LACrose was among
thoe. who apiet Friday In Gainesville
and made this office agreeable call.
Cheaper to visit the vacant build-
lag this afternoon and buy your Sun-
day dinner than to be bothered with
the ordering and preparation
Foi'sa Hoey and Tar cures coughs
qlekly. treagteas& the langs and ex-
peolds GOt the eanulie in a yel.
t w package. J. W. MeCollum & Co.
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Russell of \Ve.-t
Iold. Masa. are here for a few weeks
and are visiting Mrs itussll' n slater
Mrs. A. 0. Wit. near %lllard'. Sta
R. D. Medlil. son and neIphea. hat<.
gone to the wilds of Gulf luaiiaimxwk
where they exi|ewtt to haev- good
time bu ting and flihinsg for iti, int xt
few d) }.
Most disfiguring skin erulpt iuiis.
croatula. pimpiles. rashe*. -lt ;are
due to Impure blood Ilurdixck Ihitd
Bitter* 1i a leanslingi blhood tonic
Make. )ou clear-e.ed i'-ar brained,
Flie roo cottage to rent on block
adjuiulig square. formerly ti-cuilrd
by W I. Le-Grande, city wattr. iee.
tric lights. sewerage, bath. aid all
modern cour'.e ueiienrs Ai|pl) to) Mrs.
H II McCreary or Suu oftive
W 0I Te-rrl uand om, It lH-r oul
Melro-w at r miusuiti the stimtllars
the rit) )l-iste-d Ti heforme r taidt ,.
that the Northtru-ra a hu a itl t ihis
during thea witer ml uith hali- nIw
ronsintn-ed to return to tlitir bhsou
OAK IA S WIN OVER
TIE UNIVERSITY TS
*CORE WvAs CLOSt AND GAME
Ralph Thiemas Shew Up Well in T. c
Ineingse of Contest Pridy
A large and enthusiastic crowd v.
present at the ball lot y.,te.rda aft.
noon to wItness the contest h ttw-,i
the two local teams- the U'nlver..'..
and the Oak Halls--as many of the-
latter as could be gotten togK'ther.
From the very start the game roi
ed Interesting and the fans showves
that it was so by their continuout
roUting and cheering of the excellent
plays made by the boys of both teams.
The work of the Oak Halls showed
up remarkably fine since It must be
remembered that they have not played
slace their many victories last season
sad It proves further that we have the
making" here at home to defeat
most say ordinary team that can bt
Ralph Thomas pitched the last two
Innings for the Oak Halls and showed
up some Me work. almost the equal
of the "Big" Thomas who has quite
a reputation as a twirler.
At the close of the ninth Inning the
noore stood 8 to 7 in favor of the
MAY CALL DR. ROSGERS
ConOretia. of Pirst *asist Church
of ODaft., Ga. Wants Him.
It has been learned that In the event
that Rev. Pryee B. Gatlin's resignation
as pastor of the Baptist church is ac-
cepted a call will be extended to Rev
S. B Rogers of Gainesville. Fla. Dr.
Rogers. who is the president of the
State Baptist Convention of Florida
and at the present time a member of
the board of trustees of Stetson 'o I
versity. is a native of Augusta. and one
of the ablest divines in the Sautt
He is a cousin of Thou. E. Wateon. At
the present time he is pastor of the.
First Baptist church of Oalnesvillie
one of the wealthiest and most fash
Ionable churches In the Land of Flow
A meeting of the Fir-t church it
conference has been c.Alled for to
night for the purpose. it i6 pretuisted
uf taking ome action relative to the
resigaation of Dr. Gatlin. whtwe health
save way some time ago and led hit.
to resign from the work. Daltoit
(Ga.) Daily Argus.
The people of Gaines-ville would re-
gret to see Dr Rogers a.cepit a call
el6,tb here. for he haa greatly endear-
ed himself to all of us. irreol)ective of
A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salls-
bury, N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was aScted with kidney trouble and
luga winter I was suddenly stricken
with a evere pain In my kidneys and
was conned to be4 eight' days unable
to get up without assistance. My
urine coMntaled a thick white sedl
ment and I passed same frequently
4ay and niht. I commenced taking
Foley'. Kidney Remedy, and the pain
Gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer
fully recommend Foley'. Kidney Rem
edy. J. W McColluw & Co.
Judge Mason Marries Couple.
Thii has I.'.II e .1 <|l1t *e*k for
JudgeK-' .Mano.. but il F-'rda) hi. it,
aulli. d UI.U to ffl t,.sl' at l li .
ilaij ssre-ntols ol as a hr c r.d im'tiil'
Sho ld l Mbarefl> *.s-ji, l tl .i f ir t( n i
41. Iitthleg aind i.iLLtr A.4 IIn acr'- IH,
"lnt l at lt Ih g li arll.- isad t flT< 1dt I
Ulll liI'll, lia l f l r Ih larK I selllllil l
itrala ii hl l Ihisa s Ul U' i stl -e tliriiii lh,1
Having Building Improved.
('4,1 1' A 'ttLra~hviis.s ha~ ~ssiig h
Iiuildissg a%% lit II II13 tIIIItt A 1 4lis-s14 i t I,..4 1 I
e i i t. i t r I -I tis I rsi jt-it N\t 1. 14.112.
's it 1 1-401i4 l a eit sr 14 11Is .4 11a1i t a Ii 14
,A It-i t ii t aer ( it.k t's'iiiiil-test Ilicicegun
t I Al .t ~ .f 9.t o I of 14'tie liuldliig VA Ill
TO SMWLL MIE KIT ITNEU
vertalsrrili 'e oue~tiw Hasaidufar
li1lot.-asat ~'5Torttmiea l5at1iier-. lie. t au1
'rijulate Ibe aOUUe 111absi dgbstul mueeaw TIu..
let@" up COWS Ws L Ul t~ur. t hes a&Ir gI*)asea-
ati s 414 *toIE 5* eiuS L&Illilive soUAIhI6 4, Uires
11her bC&U 01W9 ~mtaImeIO'llik-C irre.
1 5gtr wavesril%-4wd to% &-Idrauiwesat.
A" "a~d) L)h.U I...te5 &U% S b"eftIstg
Let Fine Animal.
The Gainesville Dairy yesterday
lost a very ine ball which they had
recently Imported at a great cost.
The salmal died from what is known
s "tick" fever among the cattle
Per COLDS amd R!P.
Hiek' CAPUIXNI l to best rom-
dy-reevesa t sehiac ad feverlsb-
ano- -e ttc sold sad restores
Smal ostUoa. It's liquid- ects
immediately. lc. 2Sc and 60c at drug
At a game tof t-dedidtllons-" a dll ur
toons wais ave Just offense on'e ty
delinX woman as "a re-rture that
was made after mas and ha. -een arft
or bim ever stnce*"
roey's Kidney Remedy win cure
any case of kidney or bladde* trouble
that ls not beyond th reach oft medi-
eine. Cure* backache and lrreg'larli
ties that If neglected might result in
Bright's disease or #habetes. J. W.
*.-. .- t
TreaumsThat kMM Pbuus
All twautam'i ul.iii.m-fid mol a seteiiiaiieitul
11w Imiyrsaitim. go-ai I 14'faink-. 3. 11 s-mlaa gel
Ill)%' ill Chlsia, etrr-4 k..,y. (Glatwoaunt
am~ iasa.Wtis, TalaIowan-. at Pctllii isw. r
I iti '-s-. (C*. it k4gall. I me-*uatar e-tesnt I& I.
jilee p IDitaisrr S4 N .r $*-!; aiim.' .tt.pie.-e
-4tpo fill 44i. Illaartm4u iw Lain1w .right
I--%. si at tirwt o-4, t. Ns'sur (Wlar will buzy
usury this ave-k tistian e'#-r imelo-e'inevsry
i..1 atir' awisat if sasur ,st'ase. ('all sit Iiohot-
\ IS.l-l'rt-Atoo 4-111.'uaie ais 'e e %ill
SAUNDIERS & EARLIL
Are you of tile nDmlii
who are afraid -l.
there is ome defect ig
their titles, and wi
that for an excum le
fuse to have an Ab.
tract of Title?. 8&
for our FREE booWh
on "The Title Qqw.
We have the informn
tion on YOUR tids.,
Cover the mouth Bti&,I
yomd; wWestto swamm*, I,
ver; north to Ala bsh
and Wortiiagtoo n il
Ced&ar Key, and all inilD
tOWNst, PHO(PHATr I
BTILLU, SAW..MIl 1.1 ad FAM
Mmame and Anser
for One Prne.
The ft oe !
flr am$ -a
-JACKNSOILEf 1N1 MUSICAL FESTI-
260 TRAINED VOICES,
With Mr-. ('Corim-s Ktier-Ke.lwy, -oprano.; Ne\ l van drr V'r, alto; !
Miller, t.iMr. <4 ltal llol 1inist, Ii's'.
-THE NEW TO STMMINT ORCN
(o'nd.Ited Ily WALTERI
Fir Cmcsrts. Malimt ad .lit, Apri 19 ad 2
A 4 T 'I kT i M MKiEIII'lll '-. I Iul r r, ee.. r.- i..8l a .. ,..t
S L \i k. I i i i .I d ,--'. ,.' %.r 1; .1 awil r. .lrii l-*Ar 1'
rit l .lrs \I~. n 11" 1 ,,l- 1.ui-t .i1di1..1.. li) a i' .i' ,
-- T. T. ELMORE, 106 Maim St, Jacksmile. Flie W-
rat risaitract,. snay 1w lm ili* jit, (II 4 -i.%air'- la at N1, 11. r 1.
G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers sad Jobbers In
Staple and Fancy Croccries
Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd
SOUTH SID0o SUARE
Highet market priee paid for Chickens, Eggs and oth" p
A 006loteo stock of Hay. Cor. Oats. For. Brau '.*e '
Sod Meal aS d Ry*. We handle only the Very Best 9'"
at laowet Prwo. ad 84 uaraLstee UfartUon a' "*
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WoeMun'...eot dore edewmet is the pe -
to swakea d hold the pre sad h onest love of a
worthy msn. hO. W he e oeeso imt kd t.-fll ov ea,
o one i the wije world aaknew a he heart *gtoy
she edumrs. The women wha ,saie from week-
am oed drsadoent q heb special wdmenamy oar-
Im soemn n huoes doe powerto way ke hart of
* moa. Her aelp beelth b ers d wshe ones
her ooad leols, ier attractiveains, her smiability
a ad herdpower sedaaawoesi. Dr. R..V. Pieree.oRuffae.NY
0 waitwmo of X GUN phyOselssM, has prescribed for and eaud'
theusseds of wemes. He ha devised a suemful remedy l*W
ets. Ito s aiwe as oDr. Piesr'* Favorite e r-pio.. It 1
sp-aI few the woakuee and ,disoe d pela 1 d ineks pwo-M. it
ut.es, trend es adb hee. Medca dealers sea i. No A d hw
Odviee yoe to aeeept a substtleu ia order to make a Httle aIr.er 4
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRNOWC
SIOK WOME WELL.
99%PAW50 Fme, nme at aa a LA'.a.'tbn e..
THE DAILY SUN: (AINESViLLE. FLORIDA, MARCH 27. 1909
VI W AN SUICIDES
lgpggRRKl LORILLARD. JR..
S*veninag of Gayety. Wealthy
i Found Dead in Her
S W5h*UOnton MHe-
TOyTN%. D. C., March 26--
S the gay whirl of society and
Sf te,. as she believed, with
S pi y pbical offering. Mra. Pier-
kg.d-0a Jr.. aged 49., wife of the
agmasate. committed suicide
&tAo at her home near the
Du Pont Circle in this
droay. ler tragic death has
the first social circles of the
b has nothing else In years.
AgoH of the coroner's certificate
by suicide. members of the
declared that Mrs. Lorillard
sl iart failure. The death was
ge dramatic by the fact of Its
e ly a few hours after Mr.
lsrilard had been the guests
lRchard Towusend at a din-
ia honor of Lady Padget.
I is believed that as soon as
jirglrd reached home shortly
glEi6 ht, she began to prepare
"tler Finds the Sdy.
t:30 o'clock in the morning
'o lr I the Lorillard residence
an odor of gas. The origin
Meus was traced to Mrs. LorIl-
p artmeats. Opening the door
bb room, Just off her suite.
tOW r was horrified to behold the
of the mistress of the house
lifelesa. Her face was
iI the mat on the floor.
alerm brought Mr. Iornllard
M apartments across the hall.
al h0 butler carried the body
Lllrlard's room. Mr. Loril-
I-=g-ed to revive his wife by
of artlcial respiration. Two
Nlma med resorted to every
Sethod to restore life. but
a seer's efforts gave up In de-
afterward Dr. J. Ramsey
I corancr. visited the Loril-
t aM d ordered Deputy Coro-
Amiek to pearlo an autopsy,
1U1att1 of which Dr. Nevitt
a es iU of death by sul-
aN 1isM1lag. He said later
W -Meses ping from on e or
lds the bath roem whee the
V- diU 0vered. and that the
of *h ls uns ndcated death
u SM r Suof 9atelNds.
lll icec r iorts being maintain-
l a trilUard family and all
hte asessd information con-
11 1 sddediath. Only a few
Pest lUathate friends have been
i the home since the news
i OIf Mrs. Lrillard s's death.
at the residence met with
Mrotim that Mrs. Lorillard had
.attsd suicide. "She died of
BP ere." retorted the servant
lrilard left a note which the
sb enc. but whica Mr. Loril-
Sdeclned to have made public
llmhd was subject to frequent
f* despondency. It is said.
I Adumed With Diamonds.
L1^ Idliard had disrobed after ar-
e and when found her body
^osd la a dressing gown. The
litar of diamonds she wore at
ff S" had been removed before
PAt to the bath room. but the
abrfet of diamonds that adorn
hair had not been displaced
^ l'4'111ards have lived at the
Pl9e since January hinume
Prfeeding that time' Mrs Loril
LdOllartd.. before her marriage'
*** Miss Carolina J Hlauail
is survived bi% two sons. one
is I ow tra'e'lnig in the.
hmtd the other I. in college ili
t rts ~jr' .-"lt out tft aa
libO TburF.eI) .nt 6 t heI.iall.ardi
, t lW .rer r. tall.- Iami in l.iat.'-l
!DRE A COLD IN ONE DAY
A TIVC 1(0itOM4 Quitil
sDrug ats refunld uslut
ftotae. E W uROEd .I
se each boi ..
Ih -t adds do mnure real estate
th M all other brokers comn
kc..l~ct, thty "start" most of
Slot" that t U brkers and
THEY INJURE CHILDREN PICKETT WILL HAVE
Ordimry Cathartics and Pills and Harsh
fy C eDistresgComplaits. WILL PROBABLY BE TWO-STORY
You .tnii'nt,. .r...r. ': t ,. STRUCTURE. FACING EAST.
-1,. l, l( fl i l 11 Ii -io li l I I,, fir iiAilI. Ii I
n)il tl;' \. r io tl'-tt Iw, l n i.,l n' Within Short While Will1 H ve Plans
should e,'r In.' lvini (Jreinhi.ir. ill-
athartics and jua beIr. ar% t, .-11Made for the Work-Roome
rathartie and purgari,.. art, ,oo .ipt
to do more harmn tlihan g
cause grlpinug. natt.'a aand other di,
tre-'ingl after-eff.fcts that are fre-qeunt-tt of o as
II A. PIcktt of Jonessllle was in
ly health d,stro.ing anid a llf, l:U-tlng
hanno sance. the city Friday. When seen by a re
We..' a porter of TheR Sun and asked In ref-
\H r Nnally rconinn,.id and m'air
r,,rnce to the new building upon which
antee' Rexall Orderlies as the aft to the new building u
and niost doliendalolo rt-niedy for von- work will commence within a short
Stplation and associat' bo .l di,- shile. said that he was yet undeclded
orders. We' have ,such a.soohlut' I:i,ta- 3 1 I hat size structure' he ill hate
in the supreme' irtus.. of this re.i,e erected on the lot.
that we Pell It on our guarantee ,I lie has already received application
money l"bak iii every instance writer itr for the rental of two of the stores.
fails to give entire satisfaction, and and ls of the opinion that it will be
we urge all in need of such medicine necessary to erect a handsome two-
to try It at our risk. story structure, but this will largely
Rexall Orderlies contain an entirely depend upon the encouragement re-
new ingredient which Il odorless, ceived from parties that move In this
tasteless and colorless. It embraces direction by the Utme the work on
all the best qualities of the soothing. the Government building has been
laxative, strengthening and healing completed.
remedial active principles of the best- This new building of Mr. Pickett's
known Intestinal regulator tonics. will be about the only real large beml-
Rexall Orderlies are extremely ness building that will adjoin this
pleasant to take. are particularly valuable property, for the price that
prompt and agreeable in action, may is asked for other property will likely
be taken at any time. day or night; make it remain in the hands of the
do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, grip- present owners for some Utime t come.
ing. excessive looseness. or other un- The work on the Pickett building
desirable effects. They have a very will commence within a shabort while.
natural action upon the glands and as he proposes to at once have the
organs with which they come in con. plans drawn, and will then be in a
tact. act as a positive and regulative position to receive bids from the cn-
tonic upon the relax, dry muscular tractors.
coat of the bowels, remove irritation.
dryness and soreness, overcome weak- IMhITICK TAX L=L.T TO
ness. and tone and strengthen the r r T OF T WL
ddnaw"n etisl l an d.A a-ha Oka s
nerves an9 muscles. uan Ui lo e t
bowels and associate organs to more
vigorous and healthy activity.
Recall Orderlies not only cure con-
stipation. but they remove the cause of
this ailment. They also overcome the
necessity of constantly taking laza-
tives to keep the bowels la normal
There is really no similar medicine
so good as Rezall Orderlies, especial-
ly for children, aged and delicate per-
sans. They are prepared in tablet
form and Ia two sies of packages;
12 tablets 1e. and 36 tablets. 25c. J.
W. McColium & Co.. corner East Mala
and Union streets.
WE IIO iK FUI
(Continued rom Page One.)
enough to walk to where killing occur-
red before she heard shots Bred. also
phat there had not been any peanuts
picked ihat morning by defendant's
In rebuttal defense recalled Sam
Lee. who testified that the deceased
was accustomed to carrying a conceal-
ed weapon. Upon cross-examination
he admitted he was not on good
terms with deceased because deceas-
ed had been a witness against him for
concealed weapons and other things.
This closed the tesUmony and the
Jury retired without argument. remain-
lug out only fifteen minutes when they
brought in a verdict of guilty of mur-
der in first degree, which means the
Following the above verdict the
Judge had W 8 Nobles. convicted of
aggravated assault. to stand up and
receive his sentence. which wa? six
months in the county gang
W. lIhebhose. the negro con icted
of forgery., having signed Major W K
Thoman name to a check for thel pur
lpooe of securing whiskey,. wasi gieri
two )>ari' II the State, eiteilt, itlary
The court then adjourned until !*
o'clock Monday morning
If )ou hait'eL't the' Unit' to ,rx'T tI.-,
regullarl lh toan H -egulte swill pr.- ti
S-oil ta I .ti n I T, l IiIIy l indu
,a. l flflthf Al 1 Otli >o of th, IMI) 4 .-
'lhtiioutl Krild'in A.-k our druggil-t
fir llt II 't ,
A little wsait
(d ill acconmi'llh
Better S tirti
.%,(t tot) lvh ~ :
Onetf ifAytcr\ i, '
directly tin the Ik.. I
tihofnenr pill .
(Cotinued from Pawe On.)
against the inheritance tax.
Of the whole the Income tax Is be-
lieved to be the one mo at Importan
source of raising revenue to offset the
extravagance of the Rooevelt and Me-
Klnley adminlstratims. Although a
few of the dates tax Incomes, this
tax could be made to yield a far
larger revenue. It is averted, than L
either the lheritance tax or the tax
on corporation revenues.
The New York eislature is one
at the State bodies, which has petition-
ed CoA s to abandon consideration
of an ltnerita cm tax. This tax yields
an annual revenue of mor tha $.-
000000 in the Empire State.
Minnesota has alo mat lt a pro-
est. It sets out that "Mamesoota is
one of thirty-three of the States of the
Union which now has a graduated lan-
heritance tax law which has been m-se
talked by the courts, after many re-
peated trials, and has produced a reve-
nue to the State troeary since its
enactment and up to August 1. IO.
of $365.822" and "'without imposing
any great hardship upon those taxed."
The resolution states "the s cietllc
tax associations of the country are
unanimous in their view that a In-
heritance tax is a function properly
imposed by the State and the State
alone." and adds that "It is the sense
of the people of this State that the
National Congress refrain from the
taxation of inheritances for Federal
purposes" and "reserve this source
of revenue for the exclusive use of
the several States."
"My three-year-old boy was badly
constipated, bad a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Orino Laxative
and the next morning theo fever was
gone and he was entirely welL Foley's
Orino IAxaUtiv saved his life." A
Wolkush. Caslmer. Wis. J. W. Me-
Collum & Co.
Her Awful Sin.
A little girl of sis once went In gw#t
distress to her mother. saying that she
had conmmlttld a sin ishich could nev
er 1e forgiven and which was tooe bad
to be rr*w-:tl-l Ily dint of a little
ci'lliilnr eh,' e irN IInduced it, nlaie a
full ,nufesli,,u. w lith was its IUWi
"I fe't mon w.'rr% for i otmr inatain aid
l tient li ti n k1 <' mliii S little aif'lrt
?i I ,go.t as tlairi f of 'itl wiatr .nie'
Sever a Little!
S it ; t the bile nicely.
:I .' : n&,d. T!s1e pills act
*: d tn t..wilnt of cmstipatuMn,
... rdtktor if he kit,s
''.sadvi. J ""h'"
The Kind Yu H
- ~Loew m~
fampa & Jacksonv al
"roanIV DmO iNu m
ive Oginesvilie for MicaOpyM, aId ad ".b
wi point. South.... ...... d 0. ..... ..... 0:
*urnin*, *rive* Osin*il***........ *... *
eave OaieDvWile for 8mpo Caw, Pslka,
Lake City, Valdo&m, sad dl polat N" I ;8:
turniaiveG il.... .......
L L p
A. L sU i. t
This Coupe asp be am at The asMo or at sdhor aof Ithe am a
nmtdl with the Coa. T GOOD ATI APUM L 1,
A sensible and suoaesful
lus8iness man, when ask-
ed what he considered
41he bet inveotinent he
ever uade, answorted:
"Firte inMurauce.t" Why?
lBhcatiai li rvalize.l that
prlx'.rtv ,',. 'coniluIimed
l1y tio flliam ,- iiu protect-
ooL aw 6 (4c1I.Y cttIt~etall lie-
I f \Nawti -11 e I''I- l i-ti!'I jtoI s
IL CUSHMAN, Acr.t, C r::::ville, Firid
- -I .-~..r-:1 ,i~-u_,
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ZrWW oW SMNI
#Am AM m
IN" OVER, tn Sher~ma
Dym" BNufso ,III, wuiti: -It
OW me bhano ies to peals.um a
6 owdy nysd.
MU fgI ble m- down
Om the ein ageftel a OUalngering
ek*A =V I m-i __-ns""mea
6 as awelamd lint es tpido
Wad= 9W MIn Om wemba I eu
___ sma PUmm sd in a m I
- h- I mew b@A~behre.
69 Am* hun. r ow N aftdM
lasth. I dyou two $eftest m
Mr.. MoYI1.i=@mw, uG pinge
Etgo& i "k lbawesin prom of
hooftvalued hemasa I hae.
of swma s ia bk a"d Imaria
bodk w IbNat I& om badbto
"SM of OW~ bIo er
AV T-1- iMad Lamus.
gab ad e bswbmwm be equa
* wy mi lm Ybes.Mr.
dbetdnmwud a lbwnht-
q~rd adbsome hebedh
we"- aft of the
ff ba'seu waho emaI
~fto be.u.mhas ineseeds
4d % r.d b =t wes%* priO~f
TaI ab nt t- aito hwde boa
a d b t wit lI IM atm~6eaes get
f and to a to f i to Sa ha
ar-lto Tra of a & wd son-
0M p- biahaa 0 ad maAve em-
d m eat e aget ehe hilards
MuIhe "SMos e hetaom bew ticve
rt aed & e ema and bowel tran-
tOb. Slg1 1W W. a johanso
oets for rematism ae almost a
el as the tKmplal l d Iel s the
ooMkad e tles"t 1 :4119d IIt wasr
I merely coasIdeed that the right
wealest o a bare, wore coestantly n
e p erhet. wasasan aed. t agas o
ammatiem. wMh the Dtbh pea >
e stE heri la bieh inothepros&
Sa servent stl at the village of
SIN a Is the otmOWOl. waco-
-lved to betco eara d throe tlmes, to
ge belo et lest covaraos was as
Whde the visw told how be had
11h. tirty thrtllsng miles en the
seweatber of a IScometlye Ir-year-
OMd Iteilla listened arfentIrely As
h co eeteded she asked. "iHd you
e / the cow. Mr Blank '" -Chas
Whee there is mhpreteso
m has kbom borrowed aNtr"
A w0J10a Jaw
ls not pretty nor pleasant Whether
It's eased by neuralgia. toothache or
aPI'deat. Ballard'* snow Ulnimeut will
rodowe the swelling and rt-l eve It
pahi. The great and sure cure for
aatlaa. cuts, bumns, bruins,
oCadI- a"y ad all acbhe and pains
Sold by W. M. JobMam.
UI you have found aythlna m U
it Is advertised t he Want column
Subcrtibe for The Sun and help your
lody friend tin the tuve piaao
isd a a
THE RHI9OCE'nOS. .
TMe Malltel roou te so the ANssasin
of the Junagl.
If the punlus of hell awd np all il-
meltal enemy making a devil for lth.
anlml kingdom. he could nmit buhrv rr
sted a more uncertain, mairlima ani
Iugty brute than the rhAfioerw. Ti l.
aalml ban burled more hunter I I.1l
all ether big game ro b ,ned. It M ein
to be the hired assassin of the Jumi .:
Its esu- as a bomkclde Is nt i.
to the ftet that It seeks Its rkltin. #.*-f
bimise Its victim fllo over I It ;.
rhino known t it there I. an a'n iem
abtt. It will try to get away .!. *
being seen. If. on the other ha.iina
thinks that by keepingtll ill it 1:1
passed unnotked. It stays a il!e'1 ; .
motloniles a (|llraltar. Its IBttle it
eye watchln the direction of tl*'
notse and Its ose imnlr the air.
Should *a enemy show up nulddenly
ta the Jungle the rhinlo charges like a
IMb s. aoe down and born@ leveled Ilk I
swords for the thrust. Its hue bulk
crashMn trMlM h the brsh like an ex-
prom train. It is always a fght to the
deth, for rhinoeeeros, oe In a git.
wine or dik eand It mestly r ',, if it
Sn met cofromted with an exl -.a rifle
In the hans of a cool. ood beot.-
The MO Time Album
Tbw teMna of the autograph a)-
bum" mut ave been more emeral in
the mMddle of thea st eastury thaM
they a now. 'The volume had e-
be111d pae of Va leom Ceole ad
wed alternate mtlterature and art-
egtmal verses and drawlag ot rats
and bridge heightened with white
*6L Girls presated It for eoatrtwM
"d o alve lleay that Charles Dick-
s was ems eme eaueeml meuh saten-
ibed to tdd aoa fortbheeoma. He
ad actuary broaglht with him some
ver 8e adftemed to a beautiful mid-
em, eM whae parents h wae eas llt.
and he carried them away again.
ending them to bher by post, he wrote.
"I had meant to put thebase UmIn to
yoer albmm, but you who do nothing
Uke anybody else, did not produce
soumd be atdled by evry parent.
It yew arald Is nrvews fretfl, starts
in tt' sleep. Is pasty eaee, haas rta
uMeAr Its aey, always seems hiary.
ti not lante weight you can be aro
-e trouble Is warms. White's Cream
Vermiage i a ab saolate a a r fr
wam i ai % w pergaftve. SoM
1r W. M. Jeohase.
ft wm Help You
e I setd With t atr emlfR m tid m ay
wlumetat. I hal ddl o my body uad at time I
adr sit At let I tMsk C adladW4 nw Iom do mT
|i itie amh g Oldt Mi 8 M #Mageme ld
Iabout (br.a I ssad =am -boa
* AT ALL DSiWa 5r
THE DUTTON BANK
NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Sums of One Dollar and upward will be
received on deposit in this department.
Interest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.
-BANKING HOURS-9 A. M. to 3 P. M.--
WI agheas SprinL
SThe w s ta that a the y
of a iemnger alghftlm taem the twain
at Ce s a w@imp areng -m*-
ly ia the h~I-a at the B edaes,.
We IeM qw s i, ncloesi by thbee
08111t ta1WThe sq"Dis
Wa Wet tpe. thew b1se pI
lia I to the ASt Oa of W the mt valu le features
pano '; e d or ""M er rOe's., toAOr em serlers and
the pas 3 nowts. eM g puliae ge rally, is su w ean s-
a e e reds with the euste m ve l ea distance
I atmIM sa si raur la wmt Mnse of the Amerule Telephoes and
MB 'If e a e the fem oestma TelT grah fCoapany and the ether a s.
tin teas MWt below, to which was NisOlated Sll TlephOa sempales.
attached eue ad of the great chain We own thousands of miles of long
wMeb wam -atbched screw the river distance lines In the seven fate in
to Wet Paint sa checked o AVs atlo whlh we operate ad I addition eaan
by the Rritisb wrsips during the onet any telephone In our system
with lines extending to any ether ety
In which a Sell Telephe system is
How can asy person risk takiag pa"rat"
some ashmown cough remedy wAhen Tho long distance lin are of the
oleys Hoasy ad Tar costas themano moder d Improved e netru
mon It I a atoe remedy contains ti and r maintaled at a high
so harmftl drugs. and cur the most Ota f of lency. The Soll systems.
obetnate oughs and cold. Why ex-
parilst with your health? Insist
apon havita the geaoulne foley's HOa-
P-1o.l.m Southern Be
IT'S FRESH EVERT BAT!
The Bread. Pie and Cake you n T le r
eat should hN onutrilouw T' an I lwl
finest flour. ixed ith pure
rich milk and bakml in the
'purit) fashion,." ake our Effii-u- S i-t .
& ..... A -
goods the oemt deliciuus it ur
possible to produce.
R. T. Schafer, Prop.
Miss N. Norton
Novelties, Boks, Stationer)
Sovenins, Sheet -Pictu
atnd Picture Frames...
operating In varloe seteials 11
country, are unIferm in stheira
ment and in their meothes el
Only by reason of this elso e
arrangement between the eMl l
phone oompanles i It possible to*
a Bell Tolephene ealmoit a-rY
sk for Leon Distance" and te P '
communItation with alwmot o My p
in the country.
This vast network of wrie *I
Ing throughout the natiem, is
doily In commerce and for sial O
poes by the banker, the fanrm 4
citizens in all walks of life OW 4,
plant here is an Important link is 1
HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
T'l'^ "Ill.: I 'I.T .IA 1)E () NIYi
b* Phu" 21
p' u1 T DAILY SU: eAINUTVILLE, FILRIDA, NARCH 27. 19W
dMl, that well-known and souemful remedy fcn
ans. Tbousand of worn, have used Cidi
be ben beted. Wh not youth Don't take
chance. Get Card the old, reliable, ft
remedy, fhr women of all a"es.
& SNOW W
tit a ovw.o
*" a i
Till DAILY SUNi: *A1NKSVJLLN,
**mi~VWHY WOOD DECAYS. The' ;re'-. ,ess' uof Mr 0(lca
11:1- loort ila tuit r.Apo-mintice
g un I'l'le's dri~e'n by the' hot duweller% of at St Anii~i--tine' March 1401t
the Italtic co-nt11rie-'e suit 'are' aps seutd v ill IP4:eie 'a -r'to the l
01101%toiudm an whfen firit plassed Tho i wood- 4tats" jeris's, a'ernlhl#el there
',~Uj~IEme inPit offinsIts w hich atho-e'lpt i~tlnn"bur-w. .'tilon. Mr l'dgar 1% 11
edtheir dead are P111still .re"e'ved inmiitlkt"s- otitsor iofThe Ji
~* ~ ~ jw'rft-et endeitiora afts-r t hmiaidt,d 4' T~iie, iiien. and through
earx of umer% Ic ev t!Ie1vd-!4t.%there' art' but, few
Mv.pabisbailhd eVery 11Mesuf
p"ui4C therotted mas. eV~ag
Ye.r., OL39 Seix motbo: S I "tbme
WWI colmn ecast.s a Me
-m.A s spstsfor each meldit Ioa
kwww adatmee ade IksOWN *a
ws"m ihm am egbht pWe. forty.
i pe, biasbd ewwy Meuday mnd
Geo"sm*s" al the saws d the
&A" MA 500wm. a"d will 1e
f str, t amy Pet of he V.nted
f#Wg ae a sear-4 advance.
of ee-n setherwine
ealit Mls teesI been ad owea
-e a p w stmMt kusem o n -e
H YTE DAILT *UN.
IN THE WAY OF
Bl the resapportionkment of
la the Florlds l.Agis-
u maeried nader the present
Iprovttlo." say The
jearsl, -"It must be recog-
m the State's lawmakers will
tahoiant Impossible of per-
in 1M6 when the law re-
s reapportionment to be
SagOW was do"e, and the pro-
af te ns0Ututkio limitiUn to
the member of legislators
Sper and lower houses conm-
s deliberately set at naught
eaimon of a new county. 8t
Wd giving it a representative
i agably. thus increasing the
eal hundred and one. It Is
rdelre., that the present
is not a strictly constitu-
t Ms member being in ex-
IM should be.
'40i0t at reapportionment
pmcr.c: rat2t must. neces-
flaiict a wrong upon the
secteoMs of the State
their presentation. or
ither laereasag the num-
amnal the basic law
msA dangermas extent.
of these alternatives s
J lPsw. The only way out of
MOaMn wllM be to submit to the
aBn a0mAdmmant to the Coustltu-
Bl i Wgk a ehaage In the present
Of seletlag Benators and Rep-
nad a plan to nlacrase
MllbrW by legislative action
hn!mmry to meet the require-
d a gpew llgi population.
1Nple of Plorlda have given
4l1Mat to the violation of the
by the Increase of the
rendered necessary by the
f St. Licle county-for un-
e10esIjtatlion no county may
tB 1 t one representative. Iut
S to draw a line and prevent
t Ih toafraction of the baslc law
1 be made clear to the Legis-
INt there shall be no further
is Its membership until the
shall have been amended
1*0 tallow it. To attempt such
1110Ps by the creation of new
*WMWd clearly be illegal and
"ObbmSt Ia that direction would
be vetoed b) the Governor
IM-t division. then, by the prew-
14MhtIre. can scarcely be ex-
P It lay of the pointsI where It
01,1iss8 preceded or ac't'om
IN 0mPPortmonni.nt. which ain-
h de jBustly as things now arte'
* haks very much as though the
desNring divlion must walt
I.Wm i sotltuUon niau I aniu.ded,
S t squalatse r'lere*e'iattl ion it
The' long it. of timlwr under the's-.
two extren's oitf clinate, and moi-
ture conditions has naturally nmtade
People ask. What canuse'ts % d d'ra\ "
The answer is. funxi and bacteria
low form-ns of plant life which live In
the wood and draw their nourishment
from It. The little organisi.ms are o
little that a nmihrocopie' i- requalird( tt,
see' them. Yet their work re'ults in
the' destruction of hillionlm of fe''t of
timber each year and the railroad
corporation with lts (r ro .-ti lsli iit.
nia;- up into wsewen figures, and ,,,
farmer who s-lnids a hundred or .4,
dollars a )ear for Ience pKos), ar. aiik,
drawing upon the knowledge of ex-
perts in all parts of the world in ef.-
forts to learn the most economical and
most satisfactory method of pre erv.
Ing wood against the Inroads of de-
cay. In studying the means of pre-
venting decay wood-preserving experts
have learned many things about the
obnoxious fungi which sap the life of
The small organisms can grow
either In light or In total darkness;
but all of them require requisite
amounts of air, food. moisture and
beat. If one or more of these essen-
tial requirements Is lacking, they cannot
live. and the decay of timber will not
take place. Wood constantly submerged
In water never rots. simply because
there is an insufficient supply of air.
This condition accounts for the sound-
ness of old Baltic piles. On the other
hand. If wood can be kept alrdry it
will not decay, because there will then
be too little moisture. The timber
used by the Egyptians will last In-
definitely so long as it Is bone-dry.*
There are a great many cases.
however, where It is Impossible to
keep wood in water, or in an abso-
lutely alrdry condition. In fact, a
large percentage of the timber which
is used is exposed to the weather, and
Is subjected to decay simply because
It contains enough air and enough
water for the decomposing organisms
to get a foothold. Decay Is most se-
rious where the atmosphere is warm
and damp. because these conditions
are most favorable for its develop-
ment. In the coal mines of Pennsyl-
vania timber decays in two or three
years because the temperature Is
warm and constant and the air Is
damp. And In the ouath the warm.
humid atmosphere often causes the
Umber to rapidly decompose.
Decay may be prevented by two gen-
eral methods, by treating the wood
with antlaeptics, thus poisoning the
food supply of the organisms which
cause decay and by treating it with
oils which render it waterproof. A
combination of the.' two methods is
r.ost co.nmonly ui.d, as when wood is
treated w'in rreoote which fills nj.
the pores in the timber and keeps out
water and is also a powerfull anti
The U'nited States Government con-
siders the investigations of the pre-
servative treatment of timber of such
Importance that the business of one
group of men in the Forest Service
is given over entirely to the work of
experimenting in co-operation with
railroad comipanie and individuals in
prolonging the life of railroad ties.
mine props. bridge timberns. fence posts
and transmission poles. Advice and
practical assistance is furnished all
who request this advice of the Ins-
tricta orester at Albuquerque. The
leligtheniing of life of timlner neaus
the' Pavili( of thoubauds of dollars an
nually through doing away with the
heavy. expense of labor and cost of ma
trial for renewal
We'.. i.Cr (One Hlundr.ed mDolarm Re-
M ward fur any case of catarrh that (,all-
due-dfe-re-ga1. to, e(iar eeiec~A uot be cured by Hiall's C'atarrh (our#-
Oftblic %4 lisob f~ e'pi art, r' j cH K1FN Y & Co Tole-do. () I
00 04141 4 li11t I~ill fcetr all &Ak Wt. the. uude'rsigued. ha% kneesi FaI
Sthe* fuzlid, (1e 11%.41 fitn e Ill, th J h (ie'Iae% for thae hilat 1''5 ) t-.*r I'. "iftte
d ~~ l la,, 11,1141 I' 1.e h ie' iat e- rfe o' I outaci rhe ally oi ll' a
441ft~i UA it eeue.1% ti.11i I., tii ri acltoils rilditi It% Ili, firmi
b 16 liboei, fe ] A 't6 llhhe'l1 '%% 1`6* e '. \ \ %N & MIARV~IN
U4Itt~,~ 111.11:111ee, tell .111 .11 ~ hl ae ri~t ld 1c 4
i'~e~ I I~.liiiiio. I. millt sp ('tai rrhe Cure' th take-il alite r~i
14,11-41 lot 111. 1i.eie -~e w tlieu illiz~'.cit of~m the' e" tell
SIb ei "A~ Ia % e 11j@4 jj,,j tlIII lit I ,u z ctr!& f-n r f l' it, t, it~ illr
ar KEdar at
h and .tlt.
e)1 k*' of the
j nlNm that
1'1t him. and few who ever kn,.w his
I :ili.'. always referring to him as the
She'rt Talks Man." lls cohalnil li
t' # first to be canned by the, editors.
'"I1 no other writer on The Times-
U'nlon hap his matter so widely copied.
Mr Edgar In loved by the press
xanx' for his uniform courtesy and
kindneiss In dealing with the State
press and the matter* which concern
them.n lie Inspirr's. encourages,. and it
ala.s helplhil-and Is yet to say the'
first atikind word about any news-
paper in the' State or any city. village
or hamlet which that iaprx-r serves.
So it will be a -sort of ovation to this
kindly old gentleman when he "mixes
it up" In Harry Brown's town next
Tuesday and Wednesday.-St. Peters-
In the long run that which makes
for permanence In national life Is not
wealth, nor social position. but char-
acter. Wealth, unless It Is wisely di-
rected. breeds effeminacy, weakness
and moral disease. as the history of
too many countries abundantly proves.
But character means a strong, robust
and enduling life.
It is not at all likely that the con-
sumer. or that the public generally.
will shed any tears of regret over the
war between the steel trust and Inde-
pendent companies, provided there
Is no serious reduction In wages.
Application will be made to the
next session of the Legislature for the
establishing of a criminal court of rec-
ord for Polk county.
I -- __ -
Each day is a hie in miniature.
What therefore, we habitually put
Into each day reveals the character
of our whole lIfe.
Vagarie of a Celd.
You can never be quite sure whetf
a cold is goinl to hit you. In the fall
and winter t may settle ain the bowels.
producing severe palm. In the sum-
mer It may give you eolic with diar-
rhoea or summer complaint. Do net
be alarmed nor torment yourself with
fear of apeadllttls or taluasmaetio
of the bowels. At the Grit sign of the
pata or cramp take Prry IDavIs Plw
killer In warm. sweetoaed wMater and
relief will me at oeas. There is but
one Painkller. Perry &v'. It In oU,
put up aI a large Sle aIm &aWiU s
the regular S6c las.
rovmbaPsikis. k a"eetnt
.,ap hrem lmasemm4. f
mmeminem..1me... ~mUve $.76
t t.*.&will 00100110n
". lf4 ALL CouNT141gS L
PamMmdt af rI.tenwgmat Pf ticsac,(iisJ wed,v
*asa m& "' '"'. "and.am ro"* Le
SM se "Ift ~alo Slf P0 bMC....V
0- -, --
,I,) aliurugglA, t my
P attion E Z hm Eb ie
Do Not Neglect a Cold.
sr2n Iin able to withmted eacs m"emea owO ae k
paMv #way Afor moe aslKu s MiNi
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH
-3:::; JS!AMZMwoTAMA* MOM-
AL AALA@AD .ll -- A
m mm -um r
"W.M JOi8O T
To o PaV4aw VIesLbs
I ?Dm krtkwuL*'
SDbde Myer md Soift DO"'I Ilil
1.3 v ___UL
Ar. ....I...JI.. 0
SOUTH ATLANTrIC LIKlIDKI.-ITdh -ik ~* MEOaW MM P420M
Jaekasvlf~r to C(Idaaauti. ?hrnAwb bmossftAnsmg o 5m
Chlearfxmo.sfar mrveipcgea. J..a"swtohm MIst.L veM '.gmM 1
V..For wm mdm mad frth In&- -16m. apply to A. W. FiUM, 5.. IN A. &-C. LIke
Woo nay St.. JaeomMIK .or &air AA.A6 A. C(. L.
I AA A K AA-- -1111 M -
IL. Ravie Warid, I.l L
i-:.\ 1;< H i
a t i t,* l- I eit i ,
I l'i n I
.1 | i 11 .*. ia 4'
n I" 'I ll .r l rA
'- ,* :eti 1t r -
I p 1 Ill A il t.laCk oi
For full Informati
any Agent Seaboard,
General Passenger Ag
I ---- m
mmuse WMes anMd Lt4'. S ms. -_.w.as
MBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTMHRN IMNi,
HMOND. WASHINGTON. BALTIMO L
A Ii-:I 'll 4. NEW YORK
ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
NI \ It-ROLNI) LIMITED
S\I t, FI,)i1l)A FAST MAIl
N r i MAN EQUIPMENT.
, % 1.t 1 iIMITKI-8,ltid Pullman Veost-
of lP'ill. I, Cllib C(ur. (),, r .tvii t ar and
t Ii. Jer.-ey ('ltv an l t AuI ainftil., Pull-
r l. IV. e 'i J r~.. t(' v i l I'al,,li liLeach;
r- t .t e I J. r.- y C'ity and
* <,' 1 i in I i I *I v t, Aug, ustine
ani l;. 1 6 in 'i I S N il6 v
on and Sler', rio r- -,v tons call aw
or write s C BOVI STON Jr .Assistant
*nt. Je-k6 % -
.511" Cem. mpedw u
L -U Sl.
Be VII! a an IulXyI UL,
T vv v. v..
FLORIDI1, o MARCH 271, 190
THl DAILY 8UO: AAINBVILI.E. FLORID.4. MARCH 27.1909
40081"~to be o
90 w dow o
bts@ So All
I do 6=Wzh h
9=.0 ; No a
: A .
L 1?4 tl .1.
41 10 .. ...a *
Trye feriUm maufactcres.
rIve ae wmmeer pesele*.
Two Nvey sa d feed Mbse.
0fe ere sad beamt eemry.
Ome iM Club readtu erm.
Ihlrdweed MsanAetartag Piant.
AerteNrl sdt ptattom.
erthFf Watefrl Costereuce.
Plwhre s--Ms establlsbments.
Twe d the bet hotels I the In
Twe wholeale gran sad feed
Two whotale grocery establish-
War "that b madw O(Malnev ll.e
The pmee n bomse M I the State
A GOveiamt binMlD msM to be
ete to cost whe ompleed
-rlpnabers. usns. plasterers.
mwa n lM of paved *&tSw and
pameinme imewaUks thm eay other
tw. tI Ntha tItelor of the State
As $@A Wa tmoime bbit. brick
am MS N--* f bMt u Sa
Me IblmS, ewa beds, hruabbery
I -- S -CA -D
. sR. DlWALM,
bi Phem H.Ain Lam Sm
~.m & hewwsONIe
DhVU99" &. Usbgb
5.3. L Imaa
ONO ~-son aft m
0 0 B UI.AT-1 WV
S. 0 FN O~ LOM
Also3a1 AT LAW.
3 A. 0A3L.U,
=ohm is= W. Vuivma.
MARK & FI=LING
Tbhe bsebchm lb sh*Ws
Tha. srailways ros om&
Ughbt beavrdest a
MNWeW PICO-re shows.
an C.wla stae*
olm" mbom ms sun"a ~m&
Lo F. TUSK
M"L UNE OP
MONVuE 4RNM TIJUSTIKVA
am adus 3VEISCM
Or" wm MoJai .ess e4
fleo ue419 &S.P- PI @U!
In Which a
The Buh s
THE BUSH & Si
Piano, and 11
seatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of MMi
The C-tt to he Csduted by THE SUN h
IdaH f BlsB & Saffrd. : : : : :
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the penal
riding in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : :
In addition to the Piano there will be isued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be mwd
a a firt or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t Nm m "a nm m' oa Mohrad hr.......$S IN
toMM rm M "'^ aMM isM...... ...17WL
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.
How and Where to Get
The olowig merebsats will Iveo o vote
r v et paid late their etamblshments for
ooeds vl they bandle:
The sileelowlle Hardwre Ce.
Pha r ISe.S
Wyde 6 TesMe.
Whre Ve May k Cat
BallUt boze wilU b f nmad la th establish.
m ift of the merchants givtin vote and at The
mu oMice. Votes seat by mall must be directed
to the VoUtla Contest Departmet of The Sun,
Rules and Regulation
1. The contest is open to sayose 11Uvtig
Alachus county who s known by the condactm r
of the contest or vouched far by some reputable
pernos, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro
pretor of the above-named firms are eligible W
participate Isa this contest, and will par cipatSe i
3. In the eveot of a mlsunaerstandlni betwv*s
candidates or others interested In this cont*t.
uch controversy may be referred to the C-
ductors of contest, who alone are the peroa
qualifed to reader decisteas.
4. In the event a candidate duc.- w- to *W -
draw from the race. such candidate %ill uJt b~
allowed to transfer vote to Uthe credI: uof l u
candidate i the c.atesL
T'IE DAILY StT3N
UOld SubsMalters Ne* .'Ir
$1.f--Thr months' subscription ..................... 400 votes 500 votM
$8.O--Six months' sabscription ....................... 1000 votes 1,200 vot
$.00--Omn ymrs subscription ............... ....... 3,000 votes 3,500 votW
For a club of five ome-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 voti
For a club of ton six-mouths' subscriptions (before April 1)... 25,000 votes 30,000 vote
There is no limit to the nusIulr of c'luls :;lu-h c nt',tait i Ly secure.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-Oneyear' s subcriptio ... ....... . 400 votes
For a club of five one-year subscription ......... ............... .. 4,000 voteA
'll r. i n 110 lim it to, tilt um l .r fU! crli,. .- a i ttctl ,t titv .Illtir z r "
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propr'et's
* QO^^ ** *****1*H*H***O Bo. a -H **
Resident of Alachua
a Beautiful Howard
Valued at $3,150.00
Safford Piano Co.,
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FT' THE DAILY 8UN: OGAINE8VILLLE FLORIDA, MARCH 27. 1909
OFFIT PIID IAL DIRECTORY. NOTICE O INCOPORATI
NogomlEOIS0 E Y DEMOCqATIC
i fsl hrist r immediately Ilstued
Cami (Onisio--4*earch for
I* ?ALLAHASSI.;: XMarch "; --.i'"
i not- of Tallahas,'o, an
ilrtf of I.44n count' Thlurs
-aISla.- The Ihemocrath Coit t:"
we Coanllitt'i met in the' office(
golchairman. .Jt-ephb A Kdmond
edelected Mr Iloustoun On the
ballot he" re'c-'.*d tto; n tti'
seven ca-t for K Ii Manning.
semtecrn w of eighteen mem-
of committee te-ing prem-nt. In-
Spon receiving his recoim-
Mr. Houstoun was appointed
ggr or Gilchrist and received
afternoon his commission
eo Secretary of State. Mr.
will immediately take charged
sf seurch being made for Morrison.
whlcb fresh bloodhounds ha t
bri ihi t here from Ocala and
l-a The heavy rain Wednes-
ip &aided the negro In eluding
l P'lMl n8g party.
Aiy Sheriff P. G. Russell tays-
Ml rilon the n.egro murderer of
l aMgston, is as wily and un-
as a fox. Posse after Ks)M'- has
hiM since last Friday. but he
twittedd them all. He has been
f bl. however, to a comlaratliely
territory, being now about
M ~oiles from the sceIne' of the
d.wir, and it is exi|ected that he-
0.i m0 n succumb to the strain of
1~1~1so continuously hunted.
e was see 'II t ral tinit': .lt hi,-
W s.e. dodging about aUlimoug thl
$ npS sa, but always whiti hlie hadl d(i
S@I O the mien into the ..waunil h-*
llgM strike off at someItIt uinn-et.-d
and race rcroa- coumntrl tI o.;*,.
b mother swanimp Hr-.-. :ir. praI
41110ly of no L-4' illn ih- e hl.-e :,',
=a sad houildi Ii6nd twhl- (sll;titnou.i
eillrig~ac tlr:sugh tl'- tI.,uc ail,
1018W under rutll o(f tile -ami,' .i1
1Am unde tak.;.
1 ITion. late W<-j dcl..="" a.ft="" :.=""/>
W N th- no'tin-r.i l|t, rt!T: Iof th!i
Iy isla hat ih kiowan ita.thie lit n lio
"l ~ slug. a mars.. tract of l.it:.at
gioodl by the' (. erflow ain .ianl t41linl
.I-P d the lake ol that triii It 1i-
SaOt he stoppi-d at a I,e gro atilmi
'*.t m Lake JackMan Suniday morning
41 111 for food and while three told
i l iMte#s that he- had an old grudge'
a8s1 t Mr. Thuma.. th,. d
W I with Mr. I.angst)',i. aild hfli hot
' It.it- ded for hiMin ;u i, n iit ,,r r
Mr. Ris ..! .,-ilut evhIuii-etd and
'6os 1 the reftct of ih,. terrible
1i11 5 under ahich ha' lIas. laore.d
89- W&iln totn lalt Wtdtei-,dai afttr
S a recruit g aitil t r '"'--.- to r,-
am the On' that i h.i i' t('. i .Itll
f. Race Suicide
Ib Ml early the menace to increase
b iepalatlon that deaths among in
l r Se. Eight out of ten of these
lic are directly or Indirectly caused
hIowel troubles McGe's lhaby
bi' cures diarrhoea d.setitary.
ar stomacb and all Iifamit ailmnt-
this nature Just the thing for
kl big bathlte-. I'ritce : (c anid :.,o< Iwr
s &Ijlid I0 ,> W M John.on
wimi r i I I I[- -I
VWI IL I ULLUIILU
YEAR OF AGONY
Intense Itchig Eczema Drove Him
Nearly to Despair-Chief Surgeon
of a London Hospital Called It
Worst Case He Had Ever St.n--
Got Little or No Relief U:til
CUTICURA STOPPED HIS
A I1, wI f r year ar,. in In, nh n. I
wa troubled by a sreve it, hitig at,d
dry. me miifv 4kin
*i 'n a few dni -.
S -. Waiwas thO N, Usr *a ih
V' my arm iand
\ \al. I co u Id
M hardly iiV Ir. m
sr atching.* hi h.
aI need hardly
0 o m y. made it
t' w o r e. The
large red patches
~ Tape, rared. with
i n f I a m m ation
After ten days.
thousands of small red pimples frmed.
On becoming dry. thee caused intense
Itching. I was adviId to goothe
hospital for disemMM f the skin. I did
so and was an out-patient for a month
or mor the chief murgeen saying. "
erver aw sw uch a liad case of e rrrma.
But I got little or no relief. Then I
tried many so-called remiews, but I Le-
canm so bad that I almost gave up in
despair. On coming to this country I
heard s) many a cunts of cures by ( uti-
cura Remedim that I reslved. as a
last resource. to give them a trial. This
was after suffering agnmw for twelve
months, and right Clad am I that I did
on, for I was relieved (if the almost un-
bearable itching after two or thrre
applications of Cutkura Ointment. I
continued its use. combined with a
liberal use of Cuticura &,ap and Cuti-
cura Iteolvent Pills and am more than
thankful to say that after using thrme
meu tof the l emedije. I was ( mplteiy
cured. I can nly add that. should alyv
cWne he suffering as I did. I hope that
tho'y will do a- I did. and I am itre
thel reiilts. 6 Henry tearle. 20242 ( rn.im
8t. Little Rock. Ark...Ot. and lo.'u7."
#*.>'slr ritemal uad Icraer l 1 rftw idt 1
IF rv ,u .'-r .1I Inoaint sE l l ris as& Adio ..r l el.
*W l 'utu urli- om t?96 I to) 4 cimal r 11W k& .
('uiir r'e 41oil1 4 llt! i t, lical tl.e 'kin and (uits-
rua Hleiavivrflet iMIlr I. our thoeN feamn .< ('
C Mistil P11 2."w'2 pw r Vi| Ost UobOo Punfr" t bir l10d
1406 th1 rhi,.i l thb wrlt d Pstdtw 1i & ru e ( < aL
CorNp.. 'I 11. i11111 Musa.
rMa4d Free. utcurs Book mm 1 P1156m1m
Crusty Old Gentleman.
"Fome peop i are so queer." said the
young mlowther, with a pout. "Now. I
think thlire is mthling that hboiuld lbe
mnor a pre .1:r l th'l t hn n a gceIwrous
*"Walit ar are you referring to). my
dear?'" askid her nelighior.
"'Why. the baby. I had him in the
ear yesterday. and right In front sat a
nirutyl. i .l 'uhtl:ne:ian with stile whisk-
ers,. Four iijesy their lalby (Tffered him
:a stick of c.ianly. aniil each time lie only
frowit'd. Vthei til he oft caudy got
tuck In hl- 4side l hliiek'r" hbe het-anie
very fiery andI tlld tlie conductor.
Wasn't he rude-: New York Times.
For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE.
Whether from colds, beat. stomach
or nervous troubles. Capudine aill
relive you. Its liquid-pleasant to
take-acts immediately. Try It. lOc.
!5c and 50c at all drug store
Art of Ea*in".
E itlii.- ,l lin t ti"'r-'s nin teil ev t' Ui
It 1s ) s. ,**s', t:ia; Imn'-: I e ( h iru'l. an
.'ir ti t iiiih t ;t -, :u',u;irel Iy l ine!!l
e'nt |;iI 'hI*e 'P "1 I*, n I I'1 at s id
l1.- ne,. h1m v n't dsl-.v.,'Trel whi'it and
how mnuch Im tuintlde for him has mot
finlsh,'ld his b etlc atiln. Health
l i iiig lh'.te. lr(\uke |irof:tilty. but
ljroefu mlt> won 't .cure thiwm. D ~a'is
titiieiit cur,' ithtihig, bleeding or
pr.'rlliwiti, laile*s after e'uar. of suff.'r
.li Ait uni drug .to.re
Run "Want" ads. bring rsalts.
SCharleston, S. C.
S.L MIXSON SEED COMPANY
HiE 8i. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTOY.
JORDAN & COMPANY
PORI k- ailOCK
F*r, Life and Accident ... r
Governor -A. W. OGlchrist,
Secretary of State-H. Clay
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
Treaurer-W. V. Knott, Tallabah
Atornncy.Geueral -Park M "1 a .ir
Commnilioner of Agriculture--l E
Supt of Public In truction -Wmi .M
President of the ESnate-Hunt U\
Harris. Key West.
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.
Supt. Public Instruction Dr. J. L
Sheriff -P. G. Ramsey. Galneaville.
County Judge-H. 0. Mason. Galnes-
Tax Asseusor-W. W. Colson. Galaes-
Treasaurw-J. D. Mathesoo. Galtes-
Supervisor ReglastraUo-J. C. Mc-
County Commissloners-John G.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campvllle; J. W. May.
Archer. Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
O. P. Cannon. GaInesville. *
Members Bchool Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
ftate iner-- H. McCrLiar,
Members House-Byd L. Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellls. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer J. Max'y Dell
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands.
President: Geo. K. Broome. 8. J. Bur-
nett. I. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8.
M 1lixson. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman: W. W. Hampton. secre-
tary: H. P. Dutton. B. J. Baird. J. H.
FOR CITY MARSHAL.
ro the Voters of the City of Galane
am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. 1 have
servedd the people faithfully and efl-
lently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
zen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
*. deavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.
IIKN T ARNOW
I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
41irl 13. 19 '. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the oace should I be
CHIAS C WARREN.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I reqpectfully announce myself a
.ii rl'lat.t fr,, T 'I *r
't. \, .sr I a '* I. it t *l Tax As
e' r fir fari u .Ia I I i a fully lpr,-
;sr.tr d to) till I!. ff it* o i-ai record
A ill >1ow. I ts '.1 & ist lIt halt
t Ii'ltls m. ;r *; t"" a,,'* r $1 4+J.tiw )
I a. a rsj ro. it id fremlla riiiligK for tbi-
>flte 1.&.-t \a .%ar 'i,. i < iiauit af icklti-fl ,
:liid iOsi I 1* tfu ll hol it ) our
,,,t) .- \l\ !ate e es ilt e F ltl)
I hir,.b ..lanoiil that I am a ail
hluat, lur l a lt'litali to the ulte' ofe
i'1 '1 A.1 -.i.ur ,,or the )tar l'W
Ii it," tie' t(o tu be hbe-ld oni Aaprl the
I :th a.Ai hl to-hu t rif.tlly ftl *uen-t )ou
tll to it\e tr' )our 'ute and suslsort
for the puoritleo
Thanking you fcor )uur paat telucjrc
uwaut. I remalu. Yuurs very trulh
li K C(l.5SN
*ua "Want" ada brta result.
Notice In he'r-,s li l,.n thot w,. the
under ,lned. it*e nd toI apilph to the
tiovrnor of State of of iFlorida feor
I.'tters Patent to Ibe issued to the Flor-
ida Telephone CompanyiV. a Ipropowed
corporation under the lais of the
lainte of Florida. of which company
the following shall be the Articles of
This notice Is given pursuant to the
ri.tlre'n 'ntl o f tjie st.it f' If li ridla
.V'. th. i Articlle- of llnrcorier;iratiei h:%i
i' fi t11l- d % ith S<'crtar. o( l t it,'. aznd
ar, .liM.l lI'loa
CV' VOY il.
A E. VOY L.
Artic l I -Thei name of the corpora-
lion hall ,w Florida Telephone Comi-
:;*an.. and It.4 princillal place of buai-
ti. m shall be iI (be ai*es% ille. Alachua
-ounty). Florida. but It may establish
)ffe.'s and agencies at other places
a: hin the State of Florida.
Article II-The general nature of
ihe business shall be: To operate tele-
,phone lines from 1rooksville to
C'room. Webstter. Centre H1ill and Ieeas-
.murg. In Hernando. Sumter and Lake
etuntlee; from llrooksville to Trilby
.ind Iade C'ty In Hernando and Pasro
'ountles. itt length about 64 miles.
and other lines In the counties of
Hlernando Citruw. Hillsboro. Panco.
Polk. Volulia. Marion. Sumter. Lake
mnd Orange counties; to own. operate.
lease and rent telephones and tele-
pnwme exchanges; to own. operate.
S!ease and rent telephone lines. and to
deal In any and all kinds of electrical
goods and supplies; and this corpora-
tion shall have power generally to do
and perform. have. hold. acquire and
enjoy all other property, powers and
things as may be Incident. necessary
w expedient for the eoaductlag the
necessary operations of the business,
and generally be vested with and have
all the powers granted. or which may
be hereafter granted to telephone corn
lianles under the laws of the State of
Article Ill-The amount of the capi-
tal stock of said company shall he
Ten Thousand Dollars. divided Into
one thousand shares. each of the par
value of Ten Dollars. to be paid In as
follows: Five thousand dollars in
iash. and the balance to remain in the
treasury to t1w disposed of In such
muanner as the directors may de-
Article IV-The term for which this
torporationl I to exist is ninety-nine
Article V The business of this cor-
'oration shall be conducted by a presi-
Jent. a vice-president. a secretary. a
treasurer, and a board of three dl-
rector'. The office of secretary and
treasurer may be held by the same
The Kl):trd of I)rectors shall be elect-
-d by the stockholders at a meeting
to be hld on the first Monday In
Mlay. lo.li., and annually thereafter
The Iha'td of Directors shall elect the
Officers of the company: the president
and ice'-president shall he elected
"tom among the Board of IMrectors.
Until the first election, and until
their successors shall be qualified, the
allowing g o.ilcers and directors P14%ll
"oenduct the business of the cowl ... :
\ R Steckert. President; C. C \oyle.
Vice-President; A. iC. Voyle. Secretary)
and Treasurer. and W. R. Steckert. C.
(' Voyle. and A. E. Voyle shall con-
.stitute the first Hoard of Directors.
Article VI-The highest Indebted-
ti,'s or liability to which this corpora-
tion can at any time subject itself is
l%- at.vyfive thousand dollars.
Article VII-The names and real-
leti.es of the Incorporators of said
*- ri'r.Ltu.oi. andd the 'ubscribers for
stock the-rof.o with the number of
-bar... subscrild b> ,-ach. are as fol-
W'in. I: ,',tek.it. (.sine-sville. Fla.
C C. Vo le. Gainesvlle. Fla.. 20
i (A>, ,e. t ame.i ile. FIa Jt
state of Florida.
County of Alaclitu. (
I', .maally apeMared before me, a
\star" I'ullite for the 8tate of Florida
:it large W K Steckert. C. C. Voyle
and A. K Vo> le. to me well known and
tknow a t mile to be' the werMons who
-tlae(rsld the foreKoiiig. and several-
\\ "'"o",- l'-dled before' ie that they
s.ui'r*alNtd the ame.
Ii it iat's.- whe.riof I hate hereunto
-,t mit. ai.nd anid affixed imy official
.al :; i:- 1 !1i da.' of March. 19I9.
(;Kt() I KIVANi.
".''a.ml Iubl ,tat, cio Florida at
Mv .~ cesiiamip-.Amsexpti*-xsia'Aug
'I.t.le of Florida.
Co*tuuty of Al~achiuak
l.tcr' a.. IIhI. tittete i'.igi- atst hoar
on Ite sIa.,i 'S mv ~ d W 'It 'ioe'e'
ailtamIIItI I4III asesti 1.41111 tos 4 *eoa-'tIrl
%,, a a t*~ Ii I tiaai S II I:I
AS VA 41 1114
Oliii %tta.~' larthiiA. Ii ?.
Isk:E) It kI.AA\S4
7".etlim a S1,11- i' 40('a itl'arulda at
I .~tm K
I I j I I
a tl lini Itai |.i 1 'a .- A IIK
I IbMti b .
IM KM Yo Nm Ahnn IM3
Silgat tr 'vf
THE STANDARD MAGAZINE
-OF THE MUSIC WORLD-
Per the Teesher. the Staudet, and1 s
Each l-.-oe. contains 2 prf ge -meW
and standard niusir. vocal and te
instrnmpntaol o.etall value at I@
4% pages of lntereting. tlnaplrtg
uf to mupIrlans and music lovers.
Special departments for Teaebe e
Singers. Violinists. Orgaalts, C2b0
Subscription Price :: $1.6 Per Y Vp
9Snd 15 cents In stamps ter a su,
pie copy. Catalogues of -4e id
musical Instruments seat o rIequ
OLIVER DITSON COMPANY
1IN Temeft S. Sat11 18
Notice is hstrebe i" tat
and by virtue of a l em ofal
eaowire oof I em --a riMres 41
the Hoe. J. T. Wils. J of h
elit Court. eighth uei Ci
ILrida, Is aul for Aleebua
a eertalm elumceryMo a. hr-i
flt on the 2rd day of lr I.m
wherein the City of '-l-sMvt. a
micipal eeratlm 04W g
ns i Goeorgne tt mslo Is
to the highest ai Mmi
cash, here the e t hvert e gO
tae OClt of 0mb1ssfll. V1hmj
Monday. the tk th r day of Ai
tweei theW legl bors ofat thS
lowing I mereslo 8pass er W
of lad 1tte .lyl 11 an
the City of Galles, AleMi-
ty. Florida. towt:
Lot Oue (1) f the MeCrgeS
Together with a& mU sd
tenafmes to the sam
anywise apportamtla g.
said gab u emtasty m" d -m
1k0leter Wr ,mm
Under ad byH v lrtW f M
ioMud out of t he r-ksl
Judicial Cirem t of tier,
Alachua cousty, ee0
and singular the 9hV oI S
of rFlwda. I. P. 0. SU p,
of said euonty. have t1s-
will e before the o
In the City atf OUr
couty. Floride. M Um (
day of April. IW ilwe t i
boura of ale, to their hb0M
bidder t IrSor tr I
described r estat f
Ing In Alamelhs moty,.
The Northwest -rter
west quarter and the ldMt wetl
of the Northwest t
2.. In Township 1 mIT
North Halt of the b "
Sectlos a W. ITten TV
Together with aU ada g r
tenements, heredltameats Il
tenances to then same on in
anywise appetalo n +
The aid pa oeftWa tbvl wsd
as the property T. .
satisfy aId e*xautlem Ia wr of
Luttos ak uad eg-in mid V. T +
Plckett. P. Q. RAmSE.
SherIt of Aleebma Oratey. Plolira
W. 5. BROOME,
Attorney for Plteoll. .
,LL, P0i UaVOaC.
.I-a-IMrb s-U. nvob
Irvte Ie defend atterei named. 3 a
deal of the Sat of luares. that be. tSe
deedasat. b bees -t fr. s pm
tI dn a seat rioCelldtat lb, latlmotU- ef'
order 1 iub ,~stie ad th* bet I --
(t4 blumielf that irvice of p1We- 5ggN
be m des. ua him. sel ahet there has e
lnth- .tate of P orti. aservwbet a /sm
UwM IM eo woulsI bi d aid f edix teie.
+ *r Ir lb ae uf tl e4r1 I I t
-irstercisl tiotsaid reokleset oetofeian he
he I* he-retot reswie~i*td 1o sieca.to 0-1
4'.0t? I-16611atfilledi Is saam @e assae or
dA~e.mAi theht, ML svof Awil. A. DL
.,tswramineth.at-alemot~ao *~amf NOMW IW9162
tualrt & ii#irjf..ed b) %&W deleidsi
:* 0 u I..wr *e.Irred thaithis ad=r be
S#WI ;& s~ eek few 'srei_
s.., I be '.aineft"illsea.una 1w eo
ait lb %C41iiiaid C4JhgIAU) aW US6*.
TIif ILaA. uniIre) DL a
~ II %1i j IbA (Clerk (**siet Commt
H) M %. CdgmMV CL)C.
It I. No *"Witko..wfur COM4sideigat
N4tMCP: tCib APlhIACATiON FOUN JP
ems. LAWitouV bLAMJUIA.
I&tdI4 LS4 rii 1: .a. it A49u,4. A. 10
batirI.. ,.6ti 1, tIo aL is do"
Siug .A %'I t 1, 60 fmw 0- :A
Na. Tv 'a 16 It
t'are and aSIth
HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS
lri" -- II i^-- ^ ^ B
it 1IV.it-e far'iiitrp 'it, Li alit~ teIem".1~
bSeeds Have the ReputatisofBin m SaqPue and ecliable.
T DI :IL-- --- ----- -- S --- -- -- m 11
THI DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MARCH 27, 1909
VWW *cth.finest bl~ifcu, ca'f-a, bnt4'r"'i", C:-..#
Roy~! ii ~ ~ :~ ~ pr-,a-atji(::1uf ..s
Made kr-n~ordUaj Gfie Cream cf Tartar
---Wade from Crapes-
!llm ? ----..=-* mm
GO E NERAL INTEREST
m V SUN REPORTERS.
Ll Niippii"w @ and What I se
S"me ofm the City.
g a weal ticket at Rutherford's
ggagr try us for choice fresh meat
Mit pounds best flour for only $1
O at Dorsey s.
I.phaus eggs for hatching $1 for
S C. J. MiXson. City.
tkele's coffee, only 1", center
teday. Dorsey & Co.
basWl atteatios paid to ladies'
OM at Rutberford's Restaurant.
Tweint 'ii li-d< good ric f r (t.,
$1 today. l)or.-.% & Co
Itemeinh-r the f>ood sale- of the Wo
mans Guild this afternoon.
Cedar Key UysteTrs, day amd loght
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Order some of that choice stall-feG
beef today of J. G. Harrold.
Twenty pounds granulated sugar foi
today only at S1. k)rs.ey & Co.
Mrs. J T. Gerald of Cl. att wa-
among Ihe- i.itors to the city y),eter
Ir. J. H. Alderman was called to
Archer yesterday on professional busi-
Miss Vera iobbitt of Micanopy was
among the shoppers visiting the city
J. W Mcllvaine of Citra arrived In
the city yesterday on a short visit to
Senator H. H. McCreary left yester-
lay for a short business visit to Jack-
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
W. Milican of Waldo arria'-d in tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
llity yesterday on a sholt btusin.''- Maniase.
Train ,*Ia,,ter A. I. Pooser left yes-
'a L. E Reed of ('0,d:tr K.-y w:A- trday for points south, where he goes
.g ~the shopli r.- i -itting the.- .l' l a his ,'ffi ial ca|.acity.
L K. Stepiis of \iorll liaigin'
was trasai-act ing bu i'ne-s i'
.jH ry Refunded If ilue' Ii!h i,
Mr vanilla extract fall, to Il -a-'
pure, goes twice as far
ft yoar city taxes. Looks close
I. The tInie Is short. lk-lays
dangerouss T II Eills. Tax Col-
r L F. McKJi.str. Ir :acr(sumia-
bff his wifv ret-urnield vye-terda)
a short business .isit to the
"M sale of edibles at the- %avant
ilg ~ lin the Purter bi1mh-k All for
bi benefit cof t:- ,;.:.: n: .*-ild of
l Trinit) el, u1r, i
Si'ea.rd Hiardware Cm(' p.iii.) are
tstua the. (-iam fed (chpel|li r ill
paper a!.d aiiti.re--.t l Hoi:.-
ihould ~ite it th.ir ;~.t iithiotn
1: .i ircioinau of Alachua. editor of
ThI- Ne-% .-. a.a- transactitg Ibu.in:e -
in (;aiin.'.ille ye-ste-rday.
G;. II. and Itartl.-. Thomas. who
lih'. iii the- IaC'rose sect'lion. a re,
Sai Itors to GainiAe- vill*, Frida.
Pl:nk's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
,.lue chill. fever. colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnson.
II Vtale-ntiie. an old iand valued cal.
ored subscribe-r of Hawthorn. was a
caller at this office yesterday anid re'
iiewed his subs-riptionl to The Sun
C J Miason wa%. yesterday exhibit
iiig a I h. t' eg which weighed three
aind a half ouncess' It was of the
famous Iihode Irland lRed variety and
an exAtra larKe- aeot'-inle i
Ilr Tho Mcl.eod of Ne- berry re-
turned to Ithe ci't) seterday after a
short visit to his home. lie is among
the large nunmbt-r of witnesses sum-
moined here to attend court.
'THE C. W.HYDE CO.
ANNOUNCE FOR THIS WEEK'S
SPECIAL SATURDAY SALE
White Wash Waists
T- ---AND SUITS
F y),; r,;.li/,. \ ilU iar-e gi\v 11 I i .ul\;tiit:g '- it itl,-'
SATUi lII. Y S.!.!.AI-:. \\A, oTv.r v.itlu tHit .l,, l.1,,
a Il do, ;I | tll IIt -, l t.4,l 1 :ti ,l c(tll i<. l l',.r. 4' i.n -
fuly u ,,t.- t 4l I r f,,ll.,, i, it ', -, .1 ti tll \<'i lI.tl i \ 'ti'l
1 le \ ry t j ii tl |l ti ;i -,,I ai .t I *iithI i-ia- ti -lI<)|i,,'i-
-------- SATUT --
pro*. 11A) I a, 111I I,'.-I ..
It i iii i M. rV till sVI) IIA.9
It'sja-t ''litd -I 'ar III. L) e
"b&hilt 'lir%-siat, )iali i w
1.. .er- tow Iingper.'--
I-lie' W I:. I %it 1,
4 1.1 16'.-- 'AIll. ei A t.
All-1 I I'-c' iA Itl11 VA lil
I'. ci IF II'-
ii. -I -rt i. ii '
UMTESUPPER SALE, Two Hours Only, 7 to 9 P. M.
We OMr' t ic '%,- ,, i ji e F the.Jolly W s~i~h &* W irklimial, l ist -0.IhMeali
W~~III %A--II W % I'-I~'S I asuit- gtai-tr-, vtie .te-aedi j
'ilMhl~ytriosa,& ..it It% o Ivha.* ,i r y49
81.2 *y V 1 kraaiia lokAas e I I %I I,,tI.t-- t .'.rV-11161-1b
try *i.8i l lim 1. 'l%*%t li 0 .1 1.1 A I [a. sa)ily fra Ihfr
OW SI1 74 AII14 W % I ?-:w U--i, 1iic anairv i~e l- to. I
N ow Witt& L.r- *-lalo.-rat-yiia ile'ly r chi -l) W ells
IIf l 0 ker tiae olll a t iirsh e nI fur
Il% 2".*' rents mirllnI
T. J Con(m and wife of Raleigh ;ar
rived in the city yesterday on a shhort'
J W C'ralwr and wife of Campl.
ille wre among the %initors to the,
Oitt % .terda)
Tom Lindsay of Wilcox. who Hasm
tl e'n in the city for the pa-t week
returned to his home epterdm,-
Mr- .1 T .MaliilnK gf (i lark arr *.d
na thi- ( it ,- tt rda;l -n a i It t 'I ,
i.' i.t- Mr aHid Mr-, 8 1: I ,iani,- >
t" I 8 !.w' i r l..i- t i *i
W\\'llse' F'agan retuirniedl ))e'ste-rday
froni a short visit to l)atona. where
he' ha Im t-n takitig In the races on the
t'ol I E. Webster left yesterday for
White Springs. %here he goes on
business connected with the' Duiton
Prof J. E. Wolts left yesterday for
High Springs. He went to furnish
music for a dance that was held in
that place last night.
Fresh line of fancy candies. Includ-
ing chocolate caromels. chocolate al-
monds and chocolate walnuts-also
choice varieties. Saunders & Earle.
Ex-Sheriff L. W. Fennell has return-
ed from his farm, which sla located in
the eastern part of the county. He
will spend Sunday with his family
I am offering several standard makes
of upright pianos at bargain prices
shile they last. If contemplating buy-
ing a piano be certain to get my
pries,. W. L.. Hill.
The person who carried off the
white tennis shoes left at the ball
park yesterday afternoon will confer
a favor by returning them to the
Gainesville Hardware Co.
Remember that Harrold buys stall-
fed cattle in the western part of the
state and ships them here on the
foot and keeps up the feeding until
he ;, t; ready to butet'r then-
C. Y. Crawford. of the firm of (raw
ford & lDavis. left yesterday for Nash-
ville., TetI. lle goes to purchase a
..arl, .u o t- k for the magnificent
tables of this euterprising firm.
Stops earache nla two minutes; tooth-
tche or pain of burn or scald In five
mhiutes; hoarseness,. one hour: mus-
*Ieache. two hours: sore throat,
twelve hours-Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil. monarch over pain.
Rev. G. It. Thrasher of Micanopy
was in the city yesterday. He was
*.:a route to Gulf Hlammock. where be
will remain, for the next two weeks
.ind conduct a series of meetings for
the llapti-t church there.
'e are never too busy to give our
*ieabt attelatioi to our city patrons;
treat yourself aud sweetheart to one
of those' equil.site Sunday turkey din-
ners with Ettel's Vienna walnut cake
for des-ert. The Brown House.
('apt W J. Hillmuan and wife of
1.1%- Oak were in the city yesterday
and while here were guests of
the Itrouwn hloue. They made the
trip through the country In their
autoitilolile and left for their home 'ia
I. .M Teirc-h haa. re-turned friiio a
.ue'- Saful road trip hbf sm-eral .eek.
illn the i-outhe-rn part of the State
ii, ii the traeliit K repr i-sentatit%** of
.a lirge- -lho(i- ianufacturinug -coiIcernI
:A itl ii ake- re-gullar mri Is ,v- ri sea.'sonl
.il"lAa Il-If-'abalII hia lu-itll
Ili lFr.a ik 'Clrk lanl r If.- who
I.tl hi t l eir lit- .a-t| < .' -ral
i \ a.1 ligli (tin ;arri ed he.re.
it, i I.t ('il rc ', iii ('lark .ua-
4 1.. ii h..' ., lhlik talilt ,0r'-" 1t
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-Y UIEVEa TO TMD
The gool-will, kindest regards and -est wish-
e.* of echl officer and director of the Bank,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our lanking roonw.
M.Ake oir place heatillualrthers--verv -cnve-
nicene' affTordeld t) Ililke our pltee ph'asait
auiel ;iaretnale to tlhos., who call to see tis.
THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL ANK
"TIH NEW RELIABLE -
WANTED- A stemographer; state ex-
perience and salary expected. P. 0.
Ilox 577. City.
LOST--Lady's open-faced watch with
fob. between Miss Tebeau's and
RBulware's store. Return to Ilan
office and get reward.
FOR RENT-Flve-room cottage. A
ply 200 E. Uberty street.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
five-room cottages in South GaOlms
ville, in front of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveteces. Apply at this
F(1O 8hiE Six fine bull pups; onet
rnonth old. Apply to J. II. VW.: v
FOR SALE- Pair of good muleas ad
wagon. Apply to Jeff Stlaon, In
front of Duttons Bank.
WANTED- Young printer of ordinary
experience. who desires to better
learn trade. to act as galley boy. set
heads. distribute and set type oc-
c.sionally. athd do general work as
I assistant to foreman. Mutrt be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office.
HOFFMAN. the celebrated Genrma
(Aacbh stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash In ad-
QI IC'K ltRESTORATIVE for lost man-
h.i Il satisfaction guarajiteed or
nlioaliy refunded. 'tk r bottle
Sold b) W. M Jolhiaon.
It It's printed statUooery you watl
rh,. Sun otfce Is the place to aet It
WHAT IT CHOPS:
Cheese and Nub
Ham it chops
Coarse or som.
No mashing or equ-inl
as. w. WImm
JeamP eFhPlam.(a. GMnVU5.
Luddm & 2fiAM.
HEAVY u LiI
TO ALL JOBS
'i3 s Few ad
Davis & Oliver
First National Bank
Established Over Twenty Years
('alital, $100,00).00 Surplu-, f:<,!),(O.00
MTEI TATES iPOUTOSRT
....We Solicit Your Business....
Jan. M. lrahlaui, I'res.
E. Pard, Viw-r're.
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