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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01619
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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OAJNESVILL, FLORIDA, S INIPAY, MARCH 28, 1909


TEN CENTS A Wn


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ano lia to summ on
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/0 to" "arSeS of Mina
ON SUOMr. Frwda~y's arm.
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NW W NdNed tht hbe
In &PAOe wheasbe


"The gfetisma doe not know a
4-- thag about It.' shouted Mr.
Verdaey Irritably.
Immediately Mr. Byrd made his way
toward Mr. Pordney. but several lDm-
eratUc members stopped him before
he euld reach the former.
Mr. Forda1y umm, dtately apologized
to the House for the profanity and
said that If he had offended the sen-
Utima from Missssippi he amot hbumi
bly a olulised ie added. however.
that Mr Vord could not say that his
irma wa a muemntbr of the lumawer
trust.
Mr. iyrd then explained thi. It asu
not his intention to make auh a
charge and the incident was closed


FIR9 DKSTROWS SCRRY PATCH.

Peculiar Misfortune Happoes to a


"BURY THIS WITH


MY BODY, UNOPENFJ


Wer tk Lau Ws Wrlt t by ihe

drdi UM ElerI Trifrket.


MAA TA March 27-Tb SAMerosS

I VCT OF JURY -
OFeUR.. Is about over and the exodus
etof the winter resM ets and visitors

the hot will be on their way home.
Mr. C. P. Huffman reports having had
a very satisfactory season. the hotel
aviag been well-lled.
Weal estate has bee quite active
S gMe to Deput Wyn ad latdly. A. Pearea, WestSeld. N. J..
Sa a ga n what I win mew w besom a the owner of a lot for r ly
liw Mis aln" m an attrsas-s Iwnl owned by 7r. W. Tolbs., and J. Gardner,.
Mlooms b 18 b M aY. > Atlanta. Ga, has bought the 8. J. Mc-
1~iW W m Wt Un m e -- Oreger property. His arrival is ozx-
ieea*m ame ssle tom pecteod on. Other deals are still to
"r/ @ 6 Mh SA M m my iWe m buto. t proopot
iA M ks toasw a aw taial, whio I Uttle Maud Cowarde celebrated her
p l A Ihia ver et." aevebth birthday as Moaday by a verw
iliD MMi tank ap e o- thie sooe Mr. =ad Mrs. J. H. Borg and daugh-
S l i V It w MeM r pbathetl b heT r ter of PIttabusm. Pa., were the guests
h ai emy f ths e wife kiss of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Waters on
ft bw band thdo gh Me barsTuesday.
arMMrtilheMaem pernaem are wil- Prof. H. H. Hulme, Glen St. Mary.
W hi eI d a e w -f- u n- and Dr. J. .L Curtis were In town ast-
Sop* it e ggi to I r behaf jull t at tm urday. The Professor was much
g& t i e tim, o r uit aesu t week, pleased with Melrose and the many
a ggs Whnm bar bs r. who is a meant pretty Myrds aso md the cottages.
no ,BO 4 n la., w arrive here and Mrs. I. J. Whltehead entertained a
S S0 lt M N W MM hear to Mb hem.. He is t umber of friends very pleasantly at
I5 E b taineo ssI ti pl and wodaw iards at the Ladles' Hall on Monday
ihat e Mm at -eae e Wr -a accident. afternoon.
1 smi" j &s a pp, lan t the pre The Item in The Times-UTnion
doi e I a setes tM to sa bed. short t Talks" of March 20th concern-
as- T y e y g wto is e Ity 19 years of lag the safety of school buildings ts
Ll s am, it is aderstood, and she married the Melrose school exactly. It is to
SOW a ag MaMt t wI oif her parents be hoped that something will be done
WagIgL -d ndratives. but she t stIll tnd ; v before the next session. and before
tp me O f ther Ihase end s ays that the long-expected trouble happens..
beM if ha W b e-, a w v ts to meet The good work by cutting down all
4'Wno wi B t V i how the umbrella and chinaberry trees is
a 1 s. W~iat o weme sieds now is cloth- still going on. It is to be wished that
ld a. iAU g-M a-I nmaothisg to et. and all owners of such trees would follow
6 Wl hbe gSv4 at ed a tate1's the good example and thereby help
%Wg g A41MM IU ver, krwes pity for the to stop the' whitefly from Injuring the
q" lp W em order Mrs. Owen released orange trees.

ga at Mat ar is stl pendi a. however. today and the couple will be formal-
Nafe WMhil at the jail the reporter was ly arraigned on a charge of kidnap
I te b t reaMted by Mr. Kelley. who is cou- plig In a few days.
ed there charsdi with Wurder, to Doyle feared violence on his arrival
Irto w dam the n eprt that he had made 'ay I Mercer, and on the journey from
S.t of easdls agalast anyone who might Pittsburg asked Sheriff Obess if hte
M e ha to teoely against M He speaks well, thought the crowd would harm him.
.j t OI W s th"e gemati sheri states he has The prisoner looked greatly- relieved
aM i-a ml ated a gatlebma all during his con. when he saw only a scattering of
Ui I aU o bw mn people at the Mercer station.
Sil o 4 r BDoyle was hurried into a waiting
A MINao w t adS wWU i lh bus and taken to the Jail. where he
a t wh e NIaM. was locked In a cell on the second
tier. An armed guard was placed in
front of Boyle s cell and a patrolman
lwis be stationed outside the Jail all
w Aght. 8eriff Chess said that the jail
would be guarded until the trial of the
Boyles is over.
S tThe ofe la" questioned the prison-
or about his wife's identity. but other
A of H ous J tian to say *alt there was no quoe
_____ tion about the fact that ae was mar-
C, Mar I3T.- charged the e of auch a combl- rd be would say nothing.


pal church officiated at t he
which occupied only half al hu
Shortly afterward the
event of the day occurred, ,gf
J. Ramsey Nevitt. the
away In the folds of the d-ggJ
notes and the mysteqroe -
found on Mrs. Lorillard's bst
her death.
Contrary to the general t
Ing Mrs. Lorillard wrote aiftt
the notes after she returned
Townsend dinner. It isn ow m=
that the only words she wrote
morning of her death was me a 1
lope that contabied the noteas l
trinkets. They were: "hay
with nay body, unopened.' Thl
with which these words were
had been freshly smeared fi
face of the envelope. Its
wax In marked contrast with the
of the two notes.
Another fact that has been
out is that one of the notes u8a
dresisd to Mrs. Iorillard sad W
the handwriting of another
The second note had beeh wrel1a
.,r,. tr-illard evidently umsy
before her death. The note to
lorillard is said to have bls W
dressed to her in an lnforml VW
The trinkets consisted of a
to which was attacheJd ome
of little intrinsic value.
those who ha~e- held them of
high school dar., of girls.
The env'elo(le in which the
and trinkets were placed wa
found until hours after the
when the undertaker was'-
the body for burial.


Clark Says Payne Bill


Simply Postpones Evil D

WASHINGTON. March 27.-"Thbetions for political navy yar&s 1
most easily understood featt.re of the Ways ard M.-;J i 'e C Mnil'.te? did
Payne bill is that it Inereases the the easiest( way for the
authorization of the Interest-beariug party to geL frim undir" udL
bonds from $100.O00.O00 to $250.000 00) i la an increased bond issme
In any one year to run for that year. *The framers of the PaMt |
and that. too. Ina a period of profound said Mr. Clark. **do not uWI NI
peace. To lasue bonds, thereby cre- popular word 'bond.' but
atins a new indebtedness. sl simply therefore the more euphbolel
postponing the evil day for they must 'ertiflcate.' which shouldd
be paid at last with interest.'" one for a rcertiflcate' and 5
Minority leader Champ Clark wax are oMr e and the Ialii'


talking on the Payne tariff bill And


Stake Sorry Oreoer. practically in the opening sence
he directed attention to a feature' Its
Jfortudge u. A. (;ardiuer had the. mis the bill the lnportance of which has,
fortune nads)-ofa Imping his entire btwe'iI o erlooked by oiearly .. rv'o",.
-tralLk err) patch of one and a half Th*. authorization of an additional
.rev's destroy) ,-d b fire' Mr .;..d author at b on of anu--i addti.onm
n t-r a jid bi fa illy w ho lu se on the .t .. .e ,, d u any on.
il ho (ithe .ar to run for that .ci'ar it .Mr
Iatford ruad aliout tAo milth-. froi ('-lark iOited out, O'wal ilnili
Stalrke. % r .- 4 .;i Ic flroni home that l irh-fl hih- 1, ihat it I i, ic
d:a) aud fitr., had droiippeld i t the r iM as t e iC ., 1 i, t t '.i,, r. i led 'r., .-
Ibtween thet road And the feutce' asnd I i'i i I
the dr> Iam.., nlh hich the irn, .,- ,.Ith .th r t li, 1c '.rrin lvit i.
twrr)y llaiit, ha;td I-.'n i n ul'ch-, d wa.. 'I'hIa,1 1,1 .11i ll
.o)i iII a lal.IL< .iu IHK i he' cil e.true t
Y-01 Ili U I)LIZ, r to *k-1 f wh 't tkI li
tlioll of the 1 luiiU- 1 d I t snot I t.* 11 i i
thfor a it lt1h.I I l i n d I tI lv t l lr aript tic lIi IIir $.,I- t .11i i
hcr a i r.ii '. ,' ianc a id iio ut' uiliig..rI -, rd t .. 1il, I, I ,A1
A .i -,ld ,' r. i, i ," nd .utieuIhIla '. A ill d ulhh Ithi. il.e hu.uldrc.d ii|lli|e|n
ocimilt iti hiu'.. lh-., h dv,'tro ed. hut ..


It I, %, I nl acii l itiric stirk tili lic%


VI I UIS IV 11UU w *~'Al t1ow f 1tKIIJ cmc l'A hiiiing out tire
S-. .41 1 tlh- bill litg.

rim and l I Mr Giardili'r had all hog.'..
Vengeance of Mob '" "' '" "" "
for ia v, r,;oll- h liill s'- Oi i miIn
I 111MII frilelnd. lslsllthl,. tilth hllll hl


St.9 Maeh IST.-HeavIly WhitUa. as brought here )rltrrday
0A -l Chew sa-d guard- frouu Pittaburg and ludged in the M.er
Of gW 0- l 4-48v-fMt Jame Boyle. cer county jall lib wie it I. .aid
, II o4 1MMWW. eO U Wllie wUil be brought here from iattabur


hi. li.I- Si ,k T"l', graph

Keep ),iur eye on the want ads
There way be sooLethins advertised
which Ls of interest to you.


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t re-am.of tt xvio iaPr a wsissled I
#"'t iH'arilig co-rI 1, ife', o-r baW1
ci,rre'e'lrt-mecd) (411.the roffrw
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that '' I 1 jgI I I I#-cPt % 's I ir hail j l it- 14Clif ct
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WASHINGTON. D. C. March e T.-
In the foMs of her shroud, the mate-
r'al evMieae of the death secret of
Mrs. Plrr LArtlard, Jr., is sealed
with her body eo ts n tal journey to
the grave. The fueral party left the
LorI.lard resMeace at 5 o'clock yes-
terday afternw for New York. At
the old home of the Lorlliards at Irv-
Intaonoo-Hudsoa the casket will be
interred.
The departure from the city furalsh-
ed another of the dramatic events
which have charmeterlued the death
by sulcide of this prominent woman.
At the very bour. when the frst so-
etal circles of the Capital nl which
Mrs. Lortllard had been accorded suheb
a prominent part were crowding the
aristocratic Massachusetts avenue, the
body of the deceased was driven rap-
Iday down that thoroughfare toward
the station. The husband, one of the
famous !orilliards 0o the tobacco bduI-
ness and prominent club man and
sporttamn. aud his son. Perr,. by
their own preference were the coly
mo ri.e'i .
Tb> funeral ceremonies had b# .n
cor ldcttd at 12:30 o clock. A f.w of
Mr-. I.:rillard's most intimate frl-nds.
prinq ipally those who gathered with
bhr the night of her death at the din-
ner given by Mrs. Richard Townsend.
were present. Amount thoce sere the
Bielgian minister and llarotuess Mon-
etl ur. Mrs. Chauncey Depew. .Mrs.
Mt-yer. wife of the Secretary of the
%avy. and the Hon. Maude Paunce-
fote. daughter of the former [tri'!sh
ambassador to this country. Rev. Rol-
and Cotton Smith of lt. John's Eplaco-


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TEI DAILY 80U: GAINI8ILL FOIIUDA, MARCH 28 ,1909


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ub Was md Friday evreals. on
wMA soemal Prof. Jo Iktelln. of
the WlMsat aMlMs. reed a paper
e- "Pt le and nets. '
Mr. W111e, sMilaem t ehemlst at the
$tilloS, Is employing a leave
abu nem Moe wrertn- c' t',.
KarWv CCh of N,-rt C.'rol:t d
is moW aeovemiainng e*-Freseldent :'-
Mtt of arvard on a trip through
wrtbh CarueaM. Among teO places
the iarty h as vited and at which
Dr. MIt has spoken are Asbevllle.
OMiardL ulege. Trinity College. and
the Stte Normal College for Women
at OresesbOre..
rot. Self t as hen atment from'
OalMlsu recently to attend the
of State m*pertntendents at
Iabs C t. sid lde to deliver address-
M at the.Daerunk Spriag CMhutau-

Al th seat netitgl of the
"TVIA Cl1" ridMes a tredtles
me 6mm. the leader being
Al Resw. of MkaM This sew

-M gei et bel rton te no

n" e at a- Ut iw aWI.
L-Os has a very Joe prjestea
e~as ane "me M o tw o emeemings st-
h a dilea agmteeto tits ame


WINS Ide place Is Apt.


VWSNTISTM 8MTURY CLUB.
Mnlg Wan NMI Wsh Mr. W.

Ihe %smMth Om ry Club met
mo V with N W. B. Tnaylor
m her bmelt hee on Went Ub-
H .*i*3 W~ L. HMU. the
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i s -- a a mptiful p n-
-i a.n leaer a te afteru.oon.
bs i P-60. The eini n a nm er-
a tmediu was a m etadl y an
eW. es orw, o M ba remth
Ne sU i Tslor aawered the



M d. O ubw ond "Mers.hea or
Q- ." f a-' ex -M
ItO V. Atserou read a m-et






Mr. J. M. Do Jr.. read aelectons


Te be4oa spread dellious re-
t- Nto. after .1Wlch the club adell
PosMd to mot with Mrs. Medlin and
Mr. OAros. at Mra. MedUln's reldence.
April 5th. PR125 REPORTER.

ON ANDO OFF CHAT ABOUT FAT.
Te oety reporter picked up the
sle-Ming IsM at Madam lrewster's
mit twtLy-for hourl ago. One of
her mmlmalre se-tomrs strugling
teO a new gown asked the famous
stlr how she kept her -gure In
W n suparb shape. You habitually
eat and drink heartly and even
thmstlesaly. not to say riotoasly. at
tiMa." she complained. whereasa I
e1 MEe a hermit Yet I can't keep
all and. apparently, you can't get
fat." 'Olllty," replied the fanhlon
ura' "I admit I don't fatten up
eM do I thin down. buI itt Is because
I ave the power. my dear Mrs
-- ithe name almost slipped out s) to
ay to my fat *Thus far and no farth-
er.' I don't exereiue' nor diet uor run
any danger of terinklea or ctoniach
trouble either Here is the Nserin't
She wrote a fewr ordi on a slip of
paper and handed It to her quetioltner
"Get that lied at the druglgist. she
concluded. "take a teaspoonful after
uach meal and at bedtime and >ou
will ueler get any fatter than .tkoi
want to be You ran take. off a I|MUiad
a day with this receipt, If )ou want
esing fat hIerself anld lulln' ullsi.e
the trembaw dou ~alue r if i- *t"er s4t
soaty to fat folks eTar nbther<- the
maeIety reporter e inuiriedl eAt Ui'riu
the lad shiould-in. a ld |io-aIn \ttiat
trul td> lf herea i tle- wliucht
she saw ro ur lf,% I'i silnja.li.-.i
safest, cheapest t.*.t I-elpjful ru-< ip
of any One hal ou ier MiruetaiolA
ouncue l id akirae s tmt u Arft
matile, 1% ouaceA Peppers at Water


EWBRO'S


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T79 LASBIE OIrCT to a pnumnmy and sticky hair
dmeing or one that i. fal of widimentary emwialm in-*
Iuded to d)e the hair. The marked pfrrena ofor a
cleas and dainty preparation, particularly one that over-
nmes ex0 ve oilinae and r. the hair light and
B t is Iteld In the enormous mes of Newro' s Her-
Dicrimnating ladies ecoa e enthesastic over
olehig qinalty and exquisite fragrance.
A WMAI TWO I PR TT must have pretty hair.
Thel fes t my be quite plain or eve homely, yet if
the bhd is crowed with an abundance of beautiful hair,
atraiveem will not be lacking The Poet mays: "fair
t ma 's imperial race enanar Herpicde gives
the hair a charming ditinctiane that is characteristic
of no other hair dnming.
tlCA Sbk In A BIMkPORTUI. Unsightly or
dimsed hair is a misfortune in mere ways than one.
There is the actual injury to the hair follicle' anl de
eoeequent los or thinning of the hair; this may ,vaixe
diMme that sometimes follow a removal or theniiuing of


a


HERPICIDE


nature's protection to the head. A died coad d
thi hair affect woman's disposition to a marked dA
If the hair is dull, brittle and lifelek owing to the pio
eme of a microbic growth, the effect id to damapes eft
spirita and caoe a lom of interwt in pernnma qaM
sae. The11 e of Newbr's Herpicile ovre'nMi bl
ragvaM of the dandruff microbe, after which the p*W
beauty and b-ba -e of the hair will return aM
intended. A Imost marvelow nults follow th dse4
Herprid'. (Ontl.nwn will find Newbro's Harpihbin
we at all important barber diops.
StOPS ITCHIN I OF THE SCALP ALMOST II.
ITANTLY.
"Regarding the merits of Newbro's Herpldd;
article that your Ageot left a trial bottle with me to
I have peacribed it in veral intani- ant havw e
tavorabte sports therefrom in each ca-**."
(Migred) RUTH M. W(NID, M. D.
Lincoln, Neb.


DESTROY THE CAUSE-YOU REMOVE THE EFFECT
fiend 10 cents in tamps for seaple to THE HERPICIDE COMPANY. \).i. L. Itroit. Mi-h
One DoUar Bottes Guaranteed. At Drug .tnrm-. When you call I.** Herpicik., do not velpt a Pub.itule.
Application at promiinhent Barte.r S.tIqm.
Ei Ui iPLAT AT STURE OF J. L MIWO & CIMPAT, iPECmL MIS
-1L 0-- -1 -


ELECTED DELEGATES
Mildred Lee Chapter Hold Interest-
ing -ees ee on Friday.
The members of Mildred Lee Chap-
ter. U. D. C., -ld an Interesting meet-
ing at the borne of Mr. J. L Kelle.
on Friday afternoon when they elect-
ed delegates to the State convention
to be held in St. Augustine.
Misses raecis McDowall and Lu
die Glass were chom-,n by the chall-
ter to represent them and after the
tra.neaction of the usual routine of
buimi.tea toe meeting adjourned
At this meeting It was decided to
have an Easter egg hunt. on April 10.
preceding the day. the time and place
to be announced later.

A RelgIous Authers Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman. Balls-
bury. N. C., who Is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was adlted with kidney trouble and
lat winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain In my kidneys and
was comlned to bed eight days unable
to get up without -weisatiaee. My
marine contained a thick white sedi-
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.

Sal"s Are Paying.
C W H1illi. thel' itadertiaiin !a i .i i
window dec-oratel r ltr thf n ( tl'
II)dt- t'onilumti)i s. I t it' nt i atrt in
flit- r.P|M l 4l -- rFl-Ilig Ioir Fur Ihe.
:aur(t It. ~ 'kak. h*fit l.t' I, ..-1i te' t
Ili thi' ( l4i4i4 ini,. f 4 Ti'' 1 4 iSu ait, lua h l
ii.' Ketti- r a~li i I I i- I 11 liiak lia
a t lltl ruNl oi. .aol c i a l I lia ill* r < lei.r
but uev'r haini the r.-ih IM e like Ithat
'of e Al rliw lla) r l ti i 'e I ,- i.Ia t I)t %.
i> clt4-k (il s itirdal \ ilw itih thihlf otf
t' tir liui letdt i inl tthe .ttuidria
aUlc e tiXkMli hour tIle ter er, c i|letleel, 1 l ut
of th- cItkxI. IK..a-t laliig t **.1.4 A IaI
iotmur tlIrai 'teai l." t* Ir'ro .)l t>tHli' ai
I ri algerA

[ey W19.. Wi -W-
it ueU ud fyur sInbe *ad aUmre. **me *ll
aS* ie MAu u.VI a p.ra4ge of Mloter idy aa
S 'l .1KIJAN LV.Uk a acerlain I'r-Blat
eit cwure fur Wouaii r l.a Ii ai a aIe' 4ed
readu tu tM i&er-filuer. 1 i )s.u bae&*e* b
lu tbe b 'b I'i*a) ilder r k ks) tr u.
lelr W thl '" tA 1,u of I (Of kt tle
rue & "ld eat*.' All erulditl sell It I u cost
ut a&vm e TUci M lpber kr C 1r Mkuy N V


-JCKSMHIULE SPreH MUSICAL FESTWIM-
---CI IJRUM OF--


250 TRAINED VOICES
With Mrs. Corinaw RKiter-Kew.y,. soprao.; NeV'ia van d.er Ver, alto; lbd
Miller, t.nUor; duotaf H}i|aIjiit, .*a-

-THE NEW TYO SYMPHONY 6RCHEST-
Conductod by WALTER

DIA2MzEROSCH
FMr Crosic. Wtine Ut. AaiW 11 mJ 2
AlSSCIIATE MENBERSHIPS, good for one reervedt mat at each s0m0e
$5. Make application now a txxooke i.ch April Ist and regular l ox of
ratM t oen prevail. Fundi must accompany applications.
1-T. T. OME I ll "ih It, JPlulMk, FIuib.--
Seat contract may he signed in (ainesville at Miller Vidal's
am1

- OU HAVE TO YOUR CHET IE THIS AK-

The good-will, kindest regards and best wish-
es of each officer and director of the lilnk,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rroom)s.

Make our place headquarters-every conlVe-
nience afforded to make our place' pleas~a.t
and agreeable to thios* wios call to see ut.


THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL oAw
-f--- "ill NEWl IIlI.:lAl.E


G. S. Merchant & Co.
etailea s4 J>a" wM Is

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grai, Goarier Seed aid Fertilizers
SOUTH ID0E SQUARB -==- AINIEVILLL FLORII0
Highet market prise paid for ChkIkeni EIgs anid oth pr

A Olsslett Mock of Hay,. Cors, Oat. Vor. BMa. '****c
a MilO a4n Rye. We handle osly the Very s*ot
t Lowest Pricem. aud mguasmat- sabe8tas ald '


The orivginul rewm y thro "'W. ths dondrsif pwrom"-Au u.r lohivr AIhiot# tj o of /


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THE DAILY 8SU: GAINESViLLL FWLRIDA, MARCH 28. 1909


FACRWUL
,StyT KDLAYED

MIUON STATES THAT
: WILL SE PUSHED.

- o the Proposed Ceompany
O Abeet completed and
Pan Finished.

*svtlle will ball with delight
l (ast the paper mill proposed
" of for some time past will
be perfected.
Seporter called upon B. P.
m Waturday and he gsave out
I i y sf news, and while he
hais Uked to have gone Into
more fully, the urgent
sers inthat he is now look-
his attention and It
1to stop at this particular


I- taot the matter would ne-
be dslayed owing to the
S groat promoter, but that
bad assumed such pro-
Met would not and could
ppenMd at this stage for the
S t attention.
ANStOM for the proposed
ma been completed,
FI M ef Mr. Chase's death
|e wverk ng that would have
#*losw within a few months.
B I- ngM the matter will he
MM ant be stated, but Mr.
who has an aton man-
Swork of making the paper
so .-r this part of the busl-
be abe to give the ctusens
g e some dednite Informs-
Jid rsa me within a short

fIr the erection of the build-
sad houses have all about
Olsk"and the edition of The
b Is to appear on the paper
)I- 0 process will give the
R-- within the very near fu-

f lllS PIANO CONTEST.

G eg Still Making Big
hea IbR Week.
l s contest is now attract-
attention among the
1 Se High School and they
every lay In their vote-
h g from the way in
k kpprters have rallied
eo st two weeks It will be
r aSo school sfor wouase*
460400 tr tme hand. taewe
so weft being doae by
Isi athe result of the score
iMA lst alht:
i em .................. 1 .13
!M0 Bols (band) ..... 11. -O


e ... . .

I .... .. ... ..

h =fves
14118 Huson


775.66

3.490
2.400
40A
17
13.
106


L J. BURKHIM.


IL A. Nwee, at Havana, Cuba,
liemenda Chaumbertain's

ag ts oas I can remember my
Ns faithful user and friend
's Cough Remedy, but
Is lby Ufe have I realized its
iA WUti now." writes Prof. H.
bI-. of Howell's American
BUIkBTA Cuba. "On the night
r d our baby was taken
1a f very severe cold; the next
st i WSeO and the following night
-hIMM was desperate. He could
sb a aad it was necessary to
SB the arms every moment.
t hisl breathing was difficult
- I think he would live until
At last I thought of my
.MIsIdy. Chaimlt.rlain's Cough
Oi" Stte gave. and it afford
ft lef. and now three. days
h" fully recoiertd Iad*er
W us-laaces I should not he-sita.'
JO W 18n -)l g that (ChamIb.-r
Rit1O Keie. Iftb*ll of our dlh r littl. lI,4
I ll r druixg -t.,
~(b lJg iob printing dune at
S S e e kr etitlted tu on'
hslo I& S & b af8f,,rd luuJao Cou
b _S centt paid fur such
I wogaret iLs ,bhen iu ueed
0kUawry Read the ad
Oll n particulars re-
S0e-test and vote fur the
P"qb L


No mashing or squeezing
GUARANTEED



PHONES VEN.a

CLARK SAYS IPAY I LL SALT
MSTUIS VIL BAYT

(Continued from Page One.)
duties when reduced to ad valorem du-
ties ran as low as 88.66 per cent In
1809 and as high as 125.10 per cent in
1901. and fell to 107.40 per cent in
1907. the last year for which we have
the figures. These are the cheapest
blankets and flannels. To show how
nearly prohibitive those rates are. It
is only necessary to state that in 1907
we imported that kind of blankets and
flannels to the value of $316 only.
and the tariff on the same amounted
to $340.32. On blankets an d Sauels
valued at more tham 40 eeats and aot
more thna 50 ents per pound the
rate In 1907 was 109.12 per oent ad
valorem, of which we Imported $219
worth oaly. aud upon which we Paid
$232.41 tariff.
"*On blankets and lannele more than
three yards In length valued at not
more thaS 40 esta per posd the
rates la both the Dingley and Payne
bills are 33 eats per pound, and 10
per cent ad valorem, which Ina opera-
tion amounted In 1907 to 1"6.42 and
in 190 to 182.71 per cent In 1907
we Imported blankets and flannels of
that kind of the infalntesimal value of
$40.0, on which we paid tariff duUties
of $7.16. Yet the framers of the
Payne bill, for some Inscrutable rea-
son, let these prohiblUve rates stand
at a time when the deficiency in the
revenues Is startling and worrying
the country. I say that the consumer
should have been given cheaper
blankets, when, had the framers of
the Payne bill seen fit to have done
so, would have at the same time
brought more money Into the treas-
ury."
Failed to Get Man..
Deputy Sheriff E. Marclonny failed
to get H. F. Hinson. the young wbhte
man who is wanted here on a charge
of assault with intent to kill the post-
master at Wileox. The Duval county
authorities have the man and are hold-
ing him. as their offense was the flrst
committed The defendant failed to
gie bond. which it was thought he
would do, and which caused Sheriff
Ramsey to uend for him.

PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
oAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind.
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in L to
14 days or money refunded. S0O


The habit of ausweriug ads. that
appe-al to you is one that will keel,
)ou intereatT-d in the life you are Uv
,g. and prosperousa


Use it or not, as
YOU couldnriot 1)kni.CJ i.,' i
Ayer's Chcrry I'tcttwalIf,.
Thousands t.d faimaill, oN
of tht-ir piI)Z.-L"'ix 6J.- .


M


10 gallons Devoe put-a $6
15 not paint 75
6 % 10o
0* M 1O
The cot of paint put- is about $6
a gallon,. o matter what paint you
buy.
Bat nobody really ets 40 allos on
a 10galln Job; so nobody really pays
$O tfr paitinr a 0 job; -A stops
at about $100. Two coats of -palat-
and-%-trash doesn't make a good job;
nor three; nor four.
These lessons are useful.
Yours truly.
77 F. W. DEVOB & CO.
P. 8.: The Galnesville Hardware
Co. sell our paint.

Gene to Alabama.
W. W. King. president of the King
Lumber Company, the successful con-
tractors for the Government building.
left yesterday for Belma. Ala., where
he goes to look after a contract from
the Government now being worked
there. He has contracted here for
his sand. rock and all such material
that can be bought with the exception
of the brick matter, and this will be
awarded to the Denham Brick Com-
pany if the sand-cement brick made
by them is accepted by the Govern-
ment.
For DiOasee of the Skl#
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as ezemna. better, salt rheum and bar-
bern' itch. are characterized by an ain-
tense itching and smarting. which of-
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
ble*p and re-t. Quick relief may be
had by a|J|l)ling Chamberlain's Salve
It alla sv the itching and smarting al-
u.-t luAiLtantly. Many cases have
tb.-en curtd by its use. Fur sale b)
all druggilntm


If its worth more to someone elat
thiai, to )uu n -o matter what It i.%
a %ant ad illi be a mgood inve ti'ini


you~r doctor says
,, )o!~~ur doctor about
.1~ ~~h ~u.' I.:approval
J ..4)0


ses..s


G


fampa & Jacbo nile a
_~ ~ --- -- iH Lk


3IFOtJn Doo. i. .


eave Gaineville for Mi p, Firflmd a o
cal points South.... ...*............ .. 10:10 a


Returning, arrive Gaineville .... ... ......


4:. p


Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Paiaka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Oainevle ... ............ 0*:90p


A. L glas, S. Sept.


L utwe r. Tidebr


I U


I iLT-


EKED -_


Vv It I .a i


ES


A sensible and suoal
lousjiicgatman, when ask.
eiI what he considlerd
tltheIbest investment he


llt'eatist' lhe'r'atlize'.l that
lhlI-411NM'litY cc c olistflled


* I I I'a' II ii-t 11.1ol Ca 1 10-'


II t t 1 If \.


\0 1\\


I M. CUSHMAN. Ant ...ille, For
__________ _______ Flo*W~ r id. a


Fwd


Self-Cleaning,
Self-Sharpening
Steel Cutters.

WHAT IT CHOPS:

Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
Vegetables
Fruit
Crackers
Cheese and Nuts
Ham it chops
Coarse or fine.


Choppe


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AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
Divine Services Will Se Held at All
Places of Worship.
Ser ices will tei nhtrved at the
variou churches of the' city today a
follow a:
First Presbyvtrian t'hurch. R.Hs. T
I' la.r Morning service. 1o 3o a. m;
suhJ'ject. Personsal KIanlg.lization
nhbbath school 3 .134 p n topic.
'The lost Sheep. Evening service
T p ." subject. "The IR),o Sheep."
First Btaptlvt Church. Rev 8 B.
Rogers-Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:34 a. m.; subject.
"The Pillows of Ilope." Junior it. Y.
P. 1'. 2:.30 and Senior II. Y. P. 1'.
6:30 p. m Evening service 7:30 p.
m.; subject. "The Harvest Field." Spe-
eial services will commence at thin
church next week by Dr. T. T. Mar-
tin of Mississippl.
First Methodist Church. Rev. F. R.
Itrldree-Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Dr. An-
drew Sledd. League meeting at 3:30
p. m.
Advent Christian Church. Elder J.
T. Johnson-Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Subject for morning.
"What Constitutes True Prayer."
Night. "Are Hell and Heaven In Speak-
Ing Distancer" Baptism at close of
service. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
t. Patrick's Catbolic Church, Rev.
P. J. Lynch-Mas will be held at 10
m. Devotion of the Holy Roeary at
4 p. m.
Holy 'rinity Church, Rev. P. H.
Crallgtil-Fifth Sunday In Lean
Holy CommutBlon 7 a. m.; Morning
prayer and sermon, 10:30 a. m.: Sun-
day school, 3 p. a.; Evenitng prayer
and sermon, 7:310 p. m. The Lenten
services during the week will be as
follows: Monday, Tuesday and Thurs-
day. 4 p. m.; Wednesday, 9 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.; Friday. 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.

LETTER TO J. D. STRINQFELLOW,
Gainesville, Florida.
Dear Sir: Suppose you are feeding
pigs milk; how much will you gala
by watering milk a quarter half
three-quarters?
100 quarts whole milk they sleep
90 of milk and 20 of water they squeal
50 50 ore squeal
25 75 still squeal
0 100 no squeal
Suppose you are palntintag a house;
how much will you gain by paint adulI
terated a quarter? half? three-quar-
ters?


CURES OLD SORES

We want to show you In t is short but honest and ummie kf
how and why S. S. S. cures Old Sores. We do not dmla & S.L
works wonders, but w do know t will cure sores and drs *ad
record of forty years -t -bundndy JusNes this m 1dens.
Any old sore shows a unhealthy and pimpue ono o If
blood. It is essed condition onf te flesh aut thW--rw
caused and kept inbmed and Irriswed by ae continue disNp
it of unhealthy matter from die ircuston. In vlo ways IMi
becomes contaminated and
polluted. A lonspell p ofkv- as a e a -a
er. or other sickne. breeds Mat a --l

the failure of nature's eli mi
native members to rmove dthe
wavte and refuh matte of i
the body, iheexcessiveuaenof S, 3

ineced wounds, bites and
stings of Insects, etc., M .
taminae 6e Iood vwih mor- -
bid m-ans d d twhia


de ordhwinary ofgI
Cl m
Extend btm Pent n.ev -

becaue nt does n re bsch de
blood. The pow vlaciremain
open slon ait sued a *
drainage r tf e Imnpurity
which is in the blood, snd in uML
addition to the worry nd ,a
anxiety caused by anoldsoe, nr
there is always dsur of Its
becoming cancrou, -t if cure

blood, and noour Ts fte es '
with rich, hetifu c ndogo and i d O H M l id
own accord
LS SS cues old sreIs by -dMo
dim It pes down iWo ie dmk dass l dbv
posos and by w sourMi di ah wA ddi
csw 0 hel urtM d gm i f 9
etomug udy ds to dwi e oat ouma e pm

healthg1h N vft-au =0i awnlytostoo
nd s... 5- ww nn---". we -mm n iok*m -t o to
a .,,anelt c 1--. Tsrft Los t&a ir Sam
and S. .Slv diy "u'- "* *

& & & s*~,ee


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THI DAILY SUN: eAINYViLL, I LORIDA, MARCH 28, 1909


- Mthe -"-donsdo9 gt
this weak. lagulid, stop
or~ ~ m uamutf tion


9t t Equiet
iEmul n chang
good p
u h~ahd countlm thong- edAN
Odak h condition. It is bogh
both nourishment and a tot,
am--a most powerful at
dm to digstio. ye,
A mU do"M three times a JL
Swill work wonders. Th.
b em ( get see factor
__ weekl]
0%Bl5ewr m m raey
aGgi, lr, mSm Sd
s MWo&*a fmevh mom W gem eb


* mmo vlmm .WasIUs STM M M
Gors o me mold wSW
WM MWU=b gomd vW

~ ~ s mm, odo weeis tUKelyas
ft MMWF m go& some

gby U dlmesa IO rnm of
SAM, Theedmvdf byofumOW mu rois
Owounis as hpetbmat

'Um If mm smaf w l Igo

ftblmmid ft hsbq.O

0**41 bhoi~ Eb ft G&W@*ofde
mm Omdth a&o



bee. 4334"
ob NNI133IS ORRIN-OthiU


Too 4WO aSmiu att
oub moms doismt 40 a sad o
OW e"on im sum GC wheis
sum now. Onsoo a tomem-
_____Itswum Iss, omb fr a Wtuf
aPOINS ft do s"", owa Tms




boom em. otbo sbawhileM a"to
ro w e mlm. Gba@mfth

~ A Phdesk hpioug h


Uvor Tabbsisa bMal. They aremil
sdad mokIn is ub mo s Adalways



'UMbw. when tb. r, pirosumout.
S wbM &m ft go?"asked a chil d o
of dmt know. diw.w g
gmeft. NTm mode* J" W4as*w
no, oboe yew iste mc Nwha, heW
am mar,


Mhe'G CAPUDINE Cres Si k Head
Aes Nervo Headache. Travelers'
lmadhebh uddach from Grip. Wtom-
ach Tumbleaa or Fmale troubles.
Try CaaIo-I-t's lUquid-e-Sects Im-
mediately. oM by duuais.
obtoaatial.
Toa-s ate or th akes she ad'
jIst to make myself MAld l)k*-k 111*
you so.ild ? Tou I uldu't feel
asay moue suli itf I ha4l 4ait'*" .ouvrtet
or buU4id w sua. a I' litllr.ald
foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
ay cas of kidney or bladde- trouble
that is not beyond the reach of mUedi
aels. Cure backache and trregularl
ties that if neglected aight result in
Bright's disease or *abetew J W
Meooala= Ca.


-A ISLADO COTTON.
Smvaneoh Maret Rewed GMet Past
Week. With Narrow Dema.


VANNAH. Ga.. March 27.-The
t for Sea Islands ruled quiet t,
Ith a narrow demand, and dlo '"
and easier. Prices were *
Wd from the week before, and a
art of the light sales repr. --
plmets of cottoD previ i,-ly
It.
buaal report anm tlnnlmg i *-d
I of 93.94A bales. against hs.x.,
ear. The total for the pr' it
was somewhat larger than r, '-
expected.
* for the week were 311 bal,-.
following price were based on
s' quotations and are revised
r on FPrdays:
Floreas ........... 19 *00%
Georas ........... 19 0W
eke PM'se...........17T *1
olee Georglas........17 *17%
s G saad Flai'......15 Is l
a Oa's. and Ia'as....14
la's. and VI's.......l- On12
Oa's. sad ia's....... l 11


CHARIU TON, S. C. March 24.-
Sea slanad market qulet; Se. 20e:
fally SAe. 2e; extra f-m. 2Ie.

his st ly th ee to hm sed's
Ia peeMd M to death. amo Is-
ams are. nIht s mof O o Nthe
deash e detl ot isdlretly eased
tW bwoel troubles. Meam's hab
W efrms mte dm-ar.
nor smemast sad a stam t almem.ts
9 at mNO.W Ju"t o tisg f or
-eoes baoMs. Ples kme asd e per
hls a by W W. X iem.n
UWs L asW.
A sik peaot modems fembly to his
wi to appmebh his biedade sad wN
pems paifltly. "1 think. my ow. I
ems baey a little beMth."
A tbw At i w wim mt dno


fThofl


U


Fua of Dub nahsd St4.
equal ofa cud= m&agAw

C ItIhasma&0
wear- aig
qualities do-*
no& gmlE
Woms.


I'


WITTS SHOES Ts
pvbo ds 6" kem ~
d~ smd mbadmr &urhg qush. twoh

#Prm &ALEby


503 w6uirO M COA. X Mamobofo LWbe MVs&


-r-ii Hasn't the &wo wr Just"-H

A Su*WeN Jew
1aela TELEPH01
Wi me-m by sewmnsel 4 thw or
sidi18 al Lieinmt Will




,Y61 W11116 b1r Ma11.110% 11 D a0
i The pows T me uar




pa n .e, ho, o,=o to s, ba ates, 0. m.
t W. *I-a- m. r o o w em 11 --Pu h rMai a"s nd
Smoe pouls geInoelo is ase a .










o' me. No Um. .to it ..riao. U -r
am operas ad I. adni s a n
C loeme labJ rlet man tri smphea" I. oar qab.

(ttter apris tIsh a stha Telephes spam ls





th. ..... .e.. o oatalT- Southerne I

Nao fnlmodet yor kid teys.
L fI.We "1001161and Telegra

Imro o te b foto "e oaan aIy tme
mary PONo"de = aadlns ""d. Inrv -

tIms of kidaey trodble, and you should
can, the kTdaeys.
Dosa's Kidmey Pills is the remedy s uoio
to ur No aeed to experimentt It
has cured many stubborn cesW" inT
this vicilty.t
Can Galnesville residents demand
further proof than that contalad l
the followi T t.,ooA.l IN SU
N vcar Osternlcn. ( &ta, ,.i. *y..
ays: ivep Doin'a Kidney Pills b K
my highest recommendat tne as they nlo
proved of more benefit to me than any
ther emedy I bad preiously used. Fir Life dAc
Ssusered f*rom kidny trouble fur n
some time. Thk kndut) atsretiui -
were too frequent in t~aage and I
was forced to arise from six to eilht
times dur g the nig ht I also hadIDTI
hn,-ka,.h be a l .% Imb tuhere.d by a ainn


through uj) loins, I tIluall'. prix-ult.d
lhuaaa. Kidufr Pi'llis aud they sotir
buried tzw 1) thr time I had taken
(fit- ('omtcits tof tot sm oxe'Sthe bt.-tkk
tcd mili 114- I ii'' at&-f of f itlie k i'le.)
s.'. r.ti'.'i e.,p'gi ba11.4 iltq r, .uIar I
IIm-ileItII a -llt i&.'rti asit bet."r ta I
F'or .&A.lt- 0% all cicaic I,. l'uIt. ")e
(t *iht111 lVo.I *r M ilburn 4 '4 1 fIll ffa I- I
N. %% cirk will. alctuit.1.' the I' IhVit-d
vital 4.1
ItenivuAber thte namo I lAu t Aud
takb no othyr.


"MRi IOF I LLU


TI


tame tSWte.


pretlg In S vaseos elms ad
""upA. d uemem is IsiO
me4t and s tei r mfto~e f
IOly by rea seaea th sedm 4
arreaegmlet beaween te -I sI
lphae eimuealea Is It peai i
Ia Bll Telephomalme
Immwase wo&daomew Poo
Is the *u*etry.
Ths va" *etw*am* of wono
leg throuse st the aMbes. bIs
pI ss by tMe hakter. te imeI
eItlaeus in all walks of iW SaM
plhae M earn imperta linkIllU


IlTelephone


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COMPANY

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GAINWUVILLE. P .OW

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"isim y eeasetsi mde knows "

uaTi .wI at isa. ,elht pe. ftorty-
ilir, pablshed every o a, d sadn
we sasll M the ews ofM the
a m""d geerst, and will be
h%, to any pa rt s the Ums
ma s w.era. ,sa -4m k dam ,

m biaesm an sta w,~

g TIM DAILY SN,


M mee the Payne tarff bill Is
the worse It becomes.

Stw who neglects his education
m a sad memory to follow him
I& day of his discretion.

-isd Republicans alike
amito wishlag Mr. Rooeevelt
MW m ad a sate return to his
Um from the wilds of Afric.

Ms y Whitla's abduction cost
a M0W0, the amount of the
glign not recovered, but he
its e maW talked-of boy In the
air a week or more.

| Wall at Tampa, into a suit
tp the board of county con-
m to determine whether the
S e esh riff has the right to
to o maty jallor. ruled that
4alm rests entirely with the


r--k
m b-ies largely sMpplant-
s hei ain the White House
M is hardly to be supposed
f amoM "rudln tests" nst-.
Sw Mr. easevet will continue
t l bte oire of the army of.


s's Washlgtone correspond-
a pnaeM has beesn set to
URm edkty4-ix lumber ros
Sam Florida preoteetUmg
Ared~om oa the duty o
Old rga Seaators sad Rew
i mem thesi States to vote
M aledution sl the duty on
S Its Products.

i N thM e be no appeal taken
P0 verdkit rendered in the case
0r8, the man convicted of mur-
~4W rt degree Friday, his
* will be the frst of a legal
eto teur to Alachus county In
Ims,. and the first white man
S d here by lawful process.
*4 lll hanging in Gainesville
Sl: b Is 187& when Jim Monroe
Nto ed eor murder, and the last
l* here was that of Richard
a"victed of wife-murder on
1k. INT. He was hanged during
S rt of 1898. Two other ne-
M haaged between the dates
John Lee and John Hardy

Plefsldent has the right to
ftrty cadets at the Military
at West Point. and twenty
S al Acade sy at Annapolis.
te valanecies as they occur by
Psduatluo or discharge for
It hab beeu the practice-
L lile these apipointMents almostI
10 tU* s "IM of army and it&%y
with the result that much
'i brought to tw.ar on the"
okreueto Ubtanl the f.w coe.tl
a'Uttata, each .ar Mr Taft
E (urold,-rstljii ,ia is an, for
Ol S he bi I ,e.i.. It wn,ullt
r to thl lar. l nl,* A II ,, Ito
l*ll*le < A the i l, I, h .,t th1 ,,n, ,1


6b., tb. a 1,1i e '.
04'i "U on. a 11 .i tI, ll. ,
i 6 Lh tit e" I-h I'IE IAt *f I.I. S:

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PENSACOLA QUIT


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Several week ago the hrlirt of of.-
canillab county announced that he Ipro-
po.-dl to enforce every law uomn th,.
statute books with reference to the.
ob. rrsane of Sunday.
ThAi meant that he would not .ou:l
put a ltop to all forms of |i-tt1% traffir
on that day. but that he would put an
<.nd to the running of trains the load.
inn of bhili,. the manufacturing of lee.
th.- operating of street car lines. and
other industries which under modern
conditions have come to be looked
upon as necessities on every day of
the week.
Put Pensacola has seen the futility
of trying to enforce antequated and
obsolete blue laws,. and has quit.
The city. the sheriff and the people
have seen the uoeleasness of trying
to put an end to modern conditions
and turning back the hands on the
clock of time.
The reaction has come. as come it
must. and PensacolaW according to ad-
vices sent out by the wire. is as wide
open as ever It was.
The thirsty Pensacolan can get hib
loda water a Sunday. He may even
purchase a clgar on that day, or buy
a newspaper.
Pleasure boats with happy excur-
sioulsts once more ply the waters of
the bay. san on last Sunday, so It is
said. there were two cracking good
games of baseball played on the
home grounds.
It was ever thus when the pendu-
lam swtags the other way.-Miami
News-Record.


CURRENT COMMENT.

The Chattanooga Times says: "The
legislators are still wrestling with the
problem: What to do with pistol-
toting. Just for an experiment, sup-
pose we try removing discretion from
Judges to the Jail sentence. If a law
is Intended to be enforced It ought
to be enforced. Embody all exemp-
tions aad exceptions in the law Itself
and make it Just as much a crime to
sell as it is to buy. and there are
chances that the evil will be mini-
mised. As It is. the penalty doesn't
St the crime at all. The present
method of dealing with thoe aquteti
isto a failure."


The Wemhiugton Post says: "As for
the Inberitance tax, already protests
are coming i from the legislatures,
declaring that this ouree of revenue
belongs to the States. The protv s
are likely to become bld sad power-
ful if this plan of labreasia tha Oev.
ernment's income hoMld be widely A
discussedhin Clgr reside-ant
Taft has blocked out early the task
that cotfroats Congream Now letot Voi
RepublUcan majority, which ia the re-
spoasible party, go ahead aad adjust
the revenue to the expenditures, bear-
ing in mind the fact that every day
of unnecessary debate is itself a
heavy tax upon the people."
The Louisville Courier-Journal says:
"Mr. Canyon's Democratic allies nla
the House get their rewards promptly.
Their defection is only another Illus-
tration of the fact that the Democrats
are usually divided enough on any
policy to insure them only defeat
They get a little In this Instance, with
the help of rebellious Republicans,.
when they might have got all they de-
saired. But let tnem reform their
lines and charge again, at the proper
time. Just now they can do the coun-
try no better service than to expe-
dite the disposition of the tariff bill.
with any Democratic features they
may be able to engraft upon it."
The Hartford Times says: "A re-
markable modification of the system
of direct nomination has been attempt-
ed b) the Montana Legislature. which
has passed a law forbidding the nomi-
nations of candidates for the State
Judicial offices by political parties
and requiring that only those candi-
dates shall be voted for who halve
iten nominated by a certificate sigu
ed b) a |irei itage of thte -otlr?., each
of a ho m uzt also record his ilace
of retsi.-i an. d ad hib busiebn (u n'(CU|a
I on Tlhe aim it. of Loure toli dl
tI,. It ill IA liaitere IItimiKs it walt l
thi- Iaei >\l|' rij niit in 4Cti,.rlll'Atal,
iS e tht, l- A hi h I h uur W .r -1 rn t lin
li i,,iA .il tli .t .A frit ful -
| (. C si lii .1 i ( < i S i- -.4 1 -
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I', I l* I ll a I.i r .II hA b

5 -lull f. I t li tit il 1 *"* IS
| 1I i. I IA lt AAA. A HA A1" *
11 1 I t 1- M .M r.at% r. ( rI I


iand do-!,n't vvote with the Republicans
at all. ~ s he. a). 14o 'he1 only thing
Mr DIekini.m onpay Iw, charged with
I* MPtIwuiaclUry. ilh ha" lot h1!
Iraringi*; he dneCn't kmnw whter> he
Il at in politics. and sio he must he
I.vardoned< for his inclintiotn to sit on
the. fence' o much for then I|,lltical
status of the new S.cretary of War "
The Philadelphia Record sa. : *Su.
ar planters In Cuba Insist that the
I rosierity of the Island Is In a large
Smea.ur', dependent upon the prosper-
to of the sugar trade. The sugar
trade In turn will be profitable or un-
profitable as the market for raw sugar
In the United States Is made acce-
sible or out of reach by reason of re-
clprocal or antagonlstle tariff rates.
When the planters can sell their sugar
at advantage they furnish work for
the otherwise unemployed. When
there In no work the distress brings
on turbulence, reprisal and revolution-
ary enterprises. More revolution
would make necessary further Amert-
can intervention. The planters argue
it would be aameatally more advant-
ageous, tr the people of the United
States to let the Cubans supply them
with cheap sugar than to maitaln In
the island an army of occupation to
keep peace and preserve order."
The names of quailed electors of
the city of Oainesville appear else-
where l this lame of The lan. The
lit is not a lengthy as last year,
many elect lg to pay thr poll ta
but It my be that t Its preparation
the maies of mso who have quailed
were omitted, home t weeould he ad-
visaM to read the lat o fully. If
you hold a poll tax recent for IM
sad yeor same don Dot appear. Clerk
J. Maxey Dell win rectify the error.
The Florida Preo Aameltatmn wi
convene la asual asmaion la St. AU-
guatine Tuesday. cotinulag till April
1sat. The great Posee de Leom eleo-
bratlon will also be l progress at
the ame time.

News@ This?
We oer Om Hundred Dollars Re
ward for say amae of estarr that eaa-
sot be ared by Hals Catarrn Cre.
F. J. CHUNUT & 00, Tledao. 0.
WaS the -ndr Wie. have wam P.
1. Cheay 'or the lut 15 years, and
believeihHs perostly hmoramobe ball
his bumsi.ess trs-m.. e1, m 1 0e11
really ableto earry eut may obli
ties made by bhis m.,
WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Whoissal."ate Dramit 1t"t 0.
Mall. C1at1 Ome 1Is abas hee
af. aeg dlre ley to nbles
B .esti-meais sent res. aPbs, Weg pW
ls. Sold by al nbM I
la w Marts Fa f 1y Pi fl r hr


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- a" d MOSS"da

r. ""N" t andwanda
OF Or&* fte "amarnMw wiln


vbhew u eeogmlmas th
I~uemmedles to be am
~~-hso miethingmus
s By ee" a reied:
rMakwor. fhr sprain
lahr simbed mse.i"so
POW- resultia
a"e 86Adts. ushs and out
sbuemei ~dbw it so
of dMob& amislEMMA"a
bi an usawaaws als. I
4ftadm ualluy. Thor,
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S -atM- ye- -w -th his shU th e e --- to Chamberiain' Lianimet a cur
o oar Mb h ts et. for muscular and rheumatic pains, for MISnats Furnih Prautly WA S
Ait d llly. b snaltitrtos day the cure of sprains and sorenel of the Work (Oukarntmd.
14 so" bhe wape blmldt tI his abawl muscles. It 1s equally valuable for ileem M: Addnw:
* e d Ipsapee yoewttbhreheiK-New lubscibe oe r The Sua and hlwl your lame back and all deep-ated muma-. Jw Pwech PianoCo. GAIN 8UVIUA
I t It lady tfrued wto the Mne pa5mo.. lar palas. 25 and 6-cent sise for Ludden A Ba&S n A.
7 ale by all druggists.
SAPUINE r THAT HADACHL" "- HVAU6, .,
O* I Sot alghtT eadache and er- PAU A M Coeful 1Pe O r.
a me t"id moraiaT Hicks' CkapinS "No." said the candid kleptomaniaT;
*Motetbme g tetyouthrhalaa. E Wn *UW WUUN wbeuI 1'm arreted for pilfering I
t h tb h -ra te nerves. ever e u r name. It wol UNDERTAKING CO.
pb f tScompro I, to-1twny111 loplope."U
b "I ndt-,d'%Id "tI t I Lat your name?"r
I- CANSULT US tIquired Coo- ti ItFrate
uLam *f VaeMssi*a. p ER|TAIN .( -Johu '- bl pi.l Lelder UIL LL INE OF
VemaMe ta r'celved Its mlascal name NEW OOODS...
b. the .earlyNB sular.o dU. .a.. To) ALL JOBS Howvtaking NEW OOODS...
o* ew a reemoblae to, Vrsul. hI th How ca1 any 1pMron r1lk talikl
d attee of lthe i land ei1o-s. T .he lisas. sonlit n!knt l ii cough ro.':udy a -n h
it or btak plains. ouu abihb 1h hiurrnj* I jit t read .J St ale ro' 1t1ey) ianld Tar costs th.ein no A' s..Ts 1,)
Yy Wie a lrw-riruas lif,. batt litrg.!> nt mor,' It Ia a r it med-hly. en talinsH *otulE.Ti TMHT.l
S alita rd their 'bara<.tr lit 'e li uuj S Ino hb.rtiful drui and cureo the nmoa ) 1t M( r
1buldt MTw h1U Tbh f thw ral gra*.....SU s..b..11t t (tlit (ti an ..mUg ad cold,. W,%hy ex1 r
, lul. f.f grase su)Jlrtt, a iwsuvtriUtt alth )our health' Instit Mb*e Oe emiUP**
Sherds uf battle, but a aar ld to hu ngtheC-ei-ulit'lloi*y, wli .
t the destrul'tsU rfW t h hstsi to flldo o lhJ in the c.n J Ioh UiS.- WV eSrWUS. ,u
It the lasrget. Tbh iuto are uy TarJ W a rl4dly b leviuu a puWautial *vurvw ut pro.fiis ,btdtd to
r Uraidl O S 5a As advertslaing finds the boest market
SDavis & uO river for, .v.rythlng e,... w., not for you (,.,1 v,,,ll. ,,P..
R? ead the wai ad. t o today S_________a proWS Ml Mr ?t


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SAW THE GHOST. re fe Ciet oft"RYSH aL HUUI .0.
1'.ea elaS ~th Cl7 O~ Do~.~.WALDO,
A UwvTtaf 96"d1149TOM Of-9 yub:D-On-e
I AFT ER cmt of LOW ,M aansawfr CRY M __

ea t o 0o Bs cow s wlithouta. slatmNAft' OW MY "O
paeM llTbgdt#geGI IMwbmktdy ft might1.AlmL4
313 hr mew Iht am e Pthl. -for m~an is op"s tor ImApsectam.
hwaat aeCpatn h usbyfirv y owWe'urs bePu 1w ]R.DWARD CLAag
wba b&bdmid of her ltet hubaiw hasbees nsbtltctW7 I 014k th 96P
Accerdlag teamS 2&eutrats 8 ama r- part anad vote of 9 ea"h a*TeO"ycitf- DNIT
FAILED w sCWLdtdPd .M'o sqad. "0l

B. ~vfPhkhin9Sv.- &butleito shootrabbits upoutrmbs-a"owt iei the Srlress
IL the btlami Of 101eY. whic. r 1w
e1 spm w ver huruto cater. In caled -t!", URCN T. ARNOW.

wwo essi tunew safum entbe vmcusu. uu MethIan, a DuVERE I. CK
twM t bkwas uIWtoward ar"" flu. 0luca t b bod f D..W
UM pstir 9* tw fthamo "~d kmApr It 19,10. 1 repectful11101h1
'IM 0% do theNN IseiSmaDODO my
M 00 oeateter IM I They the a w n- the smppor t allmU Voters,. UrePecdve a ueam 058" u
bu M Mitoa fma et et atwhwbh .1Pam 8aE0laOina"i Promlee to
a" 4 96 u e e y hln aaak S f b be MN ILrt et di d r
subunseswo up caab t~mswsnemto I the ofe.the ashouwld I be DJ R. ALDIA&3,ji

had dw justabouthdo mU SCf the CUAILC. WARREV1.
gtmW e -g e t#A bemb 'I. He __________
thus mib the "eoft hk IT. isthe D5~~
ook" t etu eamU.dot b e "ln FMRTAX AGSEBSOR

ens des 13111011 00 b921=1e1Tot~wV~f thflyyof00mmm 910 -O 6Of
hube a"WNW tehrCiy eeLufWhrWe AL BAKER,
,u~Ift .~the dabel t ft de asyew 080.Ns ftb I'm.~ TOIE~TLW
".to desMINOWs aft f hew smw for heryers, I a- full Pre
m ad ibb *an"douon"dethusPaired to amIthe M P ,as MY regard .. SOuLICsisTOR n OHAeS
Woe, ____ umad uMaidlewin ihew. the eltyasaaememte hay-
bw =WNW wasseve abM Imit a we enier 9mm to t-eSdm &M
vu IN 1111 a* a as 3veintei &M unfts ftohr tis
6 dowW"No I- h ee w 1W Oftave m y dies heewMapeuiselleR 69 ymw ST&
3ds W dot hed no:that be" NN W wed New ---i nDf ORD. ATTO UNBY A T LAW,
m 1104FMhave sum 08%two or Siivam
Stbm am he wobmba fttwTo ThewnekofGalmealfle:
fr." And =-81MaS WW Jest -k I weft MOM IMamb- Ofemt pan ai NOW
esw th% e r- s m as Odae1h reelesathto the OEM* Of eSdinileI
p L,88"miS 1m City Tax m Luawr 1thSoyew 190,
to odisthe elallse nto be hWiU mAPOil t001e hrnb
bd aeAi.ISMh.and Ewa aresefroom" ~Y"s OT .01kU..3,R
A gsr =th U in Ow Abe .-anl" to gnive yew vwe" dinppeowt
esrbmSe ~aat e ebe "a- for t"e P60nILa.IA~33 ?I&
'C onf t" NaM5 med I a M W aUwevi d M Ub IN I Tbtogyve & W .iJIM*
to SM teofbe woln ib a heot eI*bd O t1he daa 941Wear09 a. IL C A.,,
ift dothe pMtSeMy hemeAS NOm08 It OWN am_________
is tON&wteb. e heaud wbes us S room&. The@Bons 11106oee a.n
seem sieves at that hjM. wa No LoeversWO. *Anniruuian,
Uft-ftow o -. now P~ S a ed 'ow ew" 1 oas-thasemmvesA*gt- .m ..
*mew ~ dw air the es to unmwhem the d sa 11 tr to e haIL00 =9ARK & F ISMD
d"' bmftea Uemt gofm MW d. eftydssa-
=,ma, t dw b I a nved 1Wthe 8IMM& InmiaD Meefy wad be San Ly~
05W 1 Mv ~.vewe~ bse rn bdosa, im Seai% "WtU866eheMoslem osl~t,
WN& bw a ft ew w im Ltlve m ofte asoIsoma
ow.=4 am sum* a. beer uVbS&eIn an wvertmtoN~d- N
Ive eaved his. ftUs. WA 1. muhsse. f mua

W* ON~gi ftw rbs, purtfhmrs e. 69h1tsbw auk 'ubma-
kPa-gse Whose M 6,t w Ina-y-sit INto be-U DI ~

ii~~~L whom"' i' t ;N*" w" b --0Are0e the90210"ud to hm0aa uhtOdf 4d


v anom-y t e lash.as toe and soemtobw
dm AUIebpst mIgg~hl ftedgMoher.of lobi the uu do

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THE DAILY 8rN: GAINESTILL. FLORIDA, MARCH 28, 1909


A.
s. O Albright. H II
SArt Aton. I. A
W.W. Acosta. Joa. W.
S. J.H. Albright. A. 8.
i 3pytoB. Arnold. R. H.
SC. Ackley. J. K
OW., J D. Adanimon. W C
, T. Adklns. J. C
W i' Andrmon. W H. Jr


0O.

W.T.

*P.

R.C.
SM.
JS.C.
A.B
W.5
S.L
cC.

IL0.

W. B.
a-.D.

W. U.
5.L
.C.
C. S.
W.LI

U.S.
51. W.
a5..
0. K.
J. P.H.

W. J.
Illyd L
.C.L
J.M.
Raifrd.
'DeIL
C.yT.
It C.
John..
A. M.
J. L
J.A.
M.Sa. *
Morris.
K A.


P.M.


LU.K

J.M.
A.T.
A&.
Jobs..
00e.. I
James.
*W. a.

,.Robert
J. IL

*W. 4..
SChkar lea
rl, T.
ob H. w
Q GHenry.
.T. B.
U.Jr.

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Itaukniglht. .1 P
Itaird. KE.
Ikenson. II. K
|ieni.aoi. N. K
Hayer. FVrd
lionl. J. N.
Brigham. Henry.
Ilrrnme. W. 8
Blalls. J. C.
Bodlford. J. 8.
Hunch. J. F.
Burkbtm. L. J.
Bradford. W. M.
Baird. E. J.
Barker. L E.
Bennett. Milo A.
Blake. W. D.
Barnett J. JM.
Brooks. J. B.
Hurts. J. E.
Blake. Geo. W.
Burnett. J. .
Baird. Curtis.
Blanding. J. W.
Broome. J. 8.
Drabham. G. W.
Boulware. T. L.
Brown. Lum II.
Baird. C. I
Bennett. I.. H
Brewer. C P.
Bullock. F. P
Baker. W E.


Cromwell. J. W.
Chitty. H. M.
Colaon. J. H.
Carter, W. P.
Chesnut. W. T.
Carter. Guy.
Childs. BenJ. F
Colson. W. W.
Carolina. Jas. A.
Campbell, W. 8S
Colclough. A. O.
Chesser. J. .1.
Chitty. C. C
Chestnut. Jas
(ooper. Frank.
Carlisle. Stephen.
Cardy. J. W.
Chesnut. C 8.. r.
Crawford. Geo C.
Cutler. N. ,L.
C('alhoun. Rotbrt

Denby, W. .1
DeBob.e. Sam W.
11ll, John It
Dlellkoe. Fletcher
Days. D 8.
Ilawkins. It. F.
D)aiils. Edgar
lale. W% M
Ilixon. W It.
Iavts. S. MI
Dl. Ilose. 8 J.
lini.p .-.. Sam I!
l)IItoaw. Aleck.
ilobbins. A. E
Daniels. Jamine
Dykes. J. 1).
Dyer. Richard
I*enton. H. ('
)Dell. C. M.
I) ket. Kthol
I)avenport. A. M
I)nemptey. H. J
ID-an. I. E.
ui aKghtre., A. L.
Dnnilfleld. R L.
Darden. I.

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Earle. J H.
Ettel. J A
Edward., I). '
Eichell-rger .uluh.
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lilile, Ed
Hill. KR E. Jr
lHolle'. WV J
lHawkn ( W%V
Harrod. Alfred
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lumter. Willif'
Iiuigh'. Richard
Htarrod. A. F.
Sulnt. Adolph
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lynch. P. J.
Loyd. Owen.
Lartigue. E.
Lynch. L. C.
Layton. C. R.
LaFoutlsee. L. N.
LeOrande. W. L
Livlngstona R. IH.
Long. L B.


Mizon, C. J.
Merchant, G. 8.
Manasae. Joe.
Matheson. W. C.
Murray. Caesar.
Maddox. Adam.
Martin, Ed.
Matheson. J. D.
Mason. H. G.
Miller. P.
.Matheson. Chris.
.iller. B. F.
Miller, F. X.
Moseley. W. P.
Mixuon. J. 11.
Mason. J. M.
Mooty. W. H.
Metts. J. C.
Morris. W. 0.
Morrow. A. P.
Morris. J. L.
Mixson. 8. M.
Moyer. J. E.
Morris. D. B.
Manning. J. M.
Moore. Willie.
Malphurs. J. W.


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IlHuxr. S A
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IHndormn. T I'
Holland. A',itt
Illcks. (' .1
inale. Frank E.
lHoltelln. II I'.
Hlarrison. Peter
Heasy. W P'
Heckard. It 11.


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lartilgue. Ralph K.
Loug. G.o. P'.
Lloyd. John.
Lang. Win.
Lewl. H. i).
Lamons. Charles.
Lewis. J. T.
Lewis. W. F.


Murray. Will.
Millner. Henry.
Murray, Joseph.
Mickens. Flem.
Murrell. E. D.
Moultrie. Robert.
Mott. H. T.
Medlin. R. D.
Morris. Geo. P.
McCreary. H. H.
McKinstry. J. A.
McMahan. E. C.
McClellan. Pat.
McKinstry. J F.. Sr.
McKinstry. W. R.
McCormick. L M.
McMillan. )r. J. F.
McGrew. J. C.
McDonald. W. 8.
McCollum. J. W.
McCook. P. F.
McDonaldl. C WV.
McMillan. Henry.
McCord. 8. R.
McRae. T. J.
McMillan. W. 8.
McNally. W. A.


Marshall. LawrenceMcCormick. T. F.
.Malphurs. M. L. McMillan. J. Harry
Morton. J. H. McCormick. W. J.
.Montgomery. J. R. Melver. Simon.
Morgan. Robert. IMcNish. aeonard.
.Missouri. Warren. M.clade. .Jinm.
Moble.. W. % Crru.). .lolin.


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N'i('holat. J. G.
NN~a~ts. J. A.

ofi~er. P1NM.
O'NufflI. E. A.
O'Neilll. A. F
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Walt.r., llh ott
W\\' ard. E" G.
Wais rn. J. II.
Walden. Albert.
White. H. C.
Welch. Solomon.
Weinski. Augusit.
Wright. J. K.
W\\eek. Primus. W
\Ve-bter. I. E.
W ill111. S. F. I
William,. Alwek.
Wallace. Jonast.
Whitatock. A. E.
Warren. Sol.
Ware. Mose.
Williams, Andrew.
Walnwright. J. E.
Warner. F. D.
Wllon V. N.


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W..its. II WV.
Watt.i. H. F
Whitfl.ld. II
W\aters.. F. 1
Warn n. C. C.
White. (Chnrle;
Wells. Nimrld.
Wienges. S. H.
Wood. J. T.
Wlxson. Robert.
Willams. A. W.
Williams. J. A.
.Weston. E. M.
WIenfes. C 8.
Williams. E. H.
Walker. I C.
Walker. Sol. J.
Wolfe. I. 0.
Williams. I. J.
Woods. Lee A.
Wiglgns. I. V.
Whitung. C. E.
Williams. Jona.
Whiting. J. A.


Yancey. G. H.. Jr.


Zetrouer. W. T.
I herwhy certify that, to the bait of my
knowledge, the abo-e is a tre and cor-
.*t list of tlw qualifrd votersof te City
o Gainesville, Alachua county, Floe da,
Sthey appear upon the rgisration
booka of MU This 27th lay of March, A. D. PIg1.
J. M. DELL, City Clerk.


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The Dread, Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritious. The
finest flour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked nla the
'purity fashion." make our
gondR the most delicious It is
possible to produce.


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Oaetieeni. Georg#'.

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Porter. ir. Watson.Purker J. Page
I'la. r. i'rliiuu I'Parker. A. J.
linkers.ou. II. el'.lr. It It
Paschall. Jacob. 'Perry. (; W
Phillips. N. 1) Pre:att. J. C
'linko.'oi>. ('harles iPaulk. KiEhriamn.
Phif<.r. 1i. I. Parker. .1 A.
;hifer. J A Pattersoin. J. H.
Parker. .Marion P*arce. J. H
Patton. J A. Ports.. Mathew.
Phifer. W It I'hitfr. M. 8
ewitt. F. M I'arish. Major.
I'l dgett. J It,


koit4ertsoun. 1). A.
Ramm-a.e"F red.
Roux. L. T
ltlchardwmg. Arch.

Rtunkle,. Jerry.
itobm-troist. C S.
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lizard. J .1
Richardiion. T. Ii.
Rauley. Jel'e J.
Rlvers.. Michael
Rowney. Joseph.
Roebuck. T M.
Rosa. Orie
Robliuton. R K. L
RuahtoU. W\l.
Rolfs. IP I
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wares. Nothing like Iliading ti.* goods--
tia. Immrgajias, llrelISgSJIIS. jliican et
10Wita Claus~, Cronwkery, G.iaawwarn. amd
jutituig llai Tableware at still lower
Cimp- .a(i.n mud our ..k'aant 100).
j~~~eS-tv 1aic qt or 61*2; daim 4t1-riee
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ta'w' wthussek 111am *-e-#r hswfotencvrj
ilelorin-i s (r ua.at u ot t.,ro. Call or 'ptaouW
No. l~ls to come 81141i04-4-you will
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THE6 SUN "WANT" AIM. I I:IN(C RNULTS






THE DAILY SUN: GAIA3SVILLK, FL RTDA, MARCH 28. 1909


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Op 0 eNSRAL, IMNTrl- T
my SUN RIPORTERl

IM I m Wpeo ed Whet I eW
.to' 00"s...Persenl and
g" e "a Of the ciy.

S16& I a "Trade' Extrivaganzxa"'
a m eal ticket at Rutherford'"

tlWinter of Waldo to virlting
to the city.
attention paid to ladies'
@t Rutherford's Restaurant.
S. Burts Is In the city from
to spend Sunday with his fam-

S Tucker of Cedar Key was a
visitor to Galnesvllle yester-

SJ. W. Chamberlln of Tacoma
m-o the shoppers visung the

Pims. Peras aid Shrub-
P* s so Md r it Trees In rv
I S. Oraves. 'phone 179.
SW M Ipli n an d Mamie Darby
poe W for Orange Lake. where
Sg pay a short visit to friends
5.IL MIe of Palatka. the hustling
we of the Home Protective
urance-4s In the city.
l yWr city taxes. Books close
L The time is short. Delays
danm eroua. T. B. Ellis, Tax Col-

NBs Hattie EngClsh was in the city
es roUte to her home. She
jt closed her school near High

Vh y Caladulm bulbs for sale.
8 e bulb given with each $2
atil April 10th. Mrs. J. 8.

r stock of shoe findings Is com.
IWr we now have a lot of beauti-
isn la black, tan and colors. L.

A.L L Glass, manager of the Tampa
JaLevllle railway. left yesterday
0sOar where he goes on a short
trip.
L Arnow and Newton Coleman.
yIPn9 men of Micanopy who are
io the livery business. sere
to the city yesterday.
IIh lines Sisk. who is visiting the'
of C. A. Marks of Waldo. is
the visitors to the city. being
l 8si t ol her friend. .Mio lk>Iriau,

P. orner and wife of Jackson-
W#l in the city for a short while
ay They were en route to the
1s at Clearwatrr and Iaid the 11l3dd'
S an official busineb.t visit.
S. C. Waldirn i Grove Park was
I. tb Ci., yesterday and made a
1 hs"t call at this offi('l. l is oie.
Sthe I merchants of that action and
" that lbuinePs 6i, good there.
S C. IR. Huldtr o.. 'ef the -'ucces ful
, lhatr uf th, l.a('ro.--' .ction. wa.
SMi nlctlag builm'"s In Galnesville
, "d-y. He sass the crops are
S ig ne. and the s'asonts are good
-arapid gro th


What Is a "Trades Extravaganns?'"
Cedar Key nrten day md ihKt,
st Rutherford's Restawrat
Good gentle borse sad nke rubber-
tired buggy for lsa. Apply to J.
Manasse.
T. (. Hagan. one of the enterpirls-
ing planters of th e Trenton section. is
among the visltors to Galnesvllle.
Plank's Chill Tonic It guaranteed to
cure chills. fever. colds sad lagrippe.
Price 2.c. Bold by W. M Jott io;
I. I'. I., ) Ci- !f (':ll'lp i'. > t : t ( ,
ful II ,o r of th:it ;e< ti.n. w.i- tr.iiw,-
Ail t II K U.-illqO iill 1 .' ('i% % .At4 l' ,V
i'r >f ( iuy ,f th,' lat('r),.. P 1. >1
.'.1- '-, I isa I''tll ul(t ai v. h, er
tilday -n rLt.t-' ti h1is home in Al..-

.;rf.. RoIhwrt Kite, of Waldo Is in the
,ity ilsiting he.r lbrothter .1. K. Wali-
wright. at his home on West Liberty
street.
Tans are "It"! We have them for
Ladies and Misses In Pumps. Oxfords
and Bailor Ties, and hose to match. L.
C. Smith.
R. B. vlangston and family left
yesterday for Hollister. In Putnam
county, where they will spend a short
while visiting friends.
T. E. Hunt. special agent for the U.
S. land office. has returned from a
visit of three weeks in the field In
the Interest of the Government.
Richard Boring and little sister.
Miss Clyde. of Waldo. arrived in the
city yesterday and will spend the next
few days visiting Mrs. Geo. P. Morris.
Mrs. Staff and daughter. Miss El-
vena, of Waldo. were shopping In the
city yesterday. The latter is among
the candidates in The Sun piano con-
tebt.
Shields Warren, receiver of the U.
8. land office, left yesterday for Apa-
lachicola, having been suddenly call-
ed there owing to sickness of his
wife
8. J. Gunn. general manager of tle
Otter Creek Lumber Company and
president of the Gainebville Hardware
Company. was among the visitors to
the city yesterday.
Have several piano. for sale at
bargain prices-among them an
"'Ktey" l'Upright in a black ebony
ca. e Ilefore you buy a piano get my
prices. \\W. L. Hill.
Mrs. 11. C. Dore.v. alho l.at Let-en
visitisng the past week in Ocala. re-
turned to the city y).asterday and will
Ut'jp here for a few days before pro-
ceeding to her home in Jacksonville.
Growing In Favor-Illue Ribbon
lemon and vanilla extracts are grow-
ing more popular every day, as shown
by the increased demands for them.
Try them once and you'll know why.
Mrs. W. T Gill. who has been in
the city for the past week attending
the packing of her household goods.
returned to Alac'.ua yesterday here
she is making her home with her pa-
rents
Miss Willie 'Wyvnan. who has been
teaching school at Arredondo for the
iast six months, has finished her term
and will return to her home at San-
ford The trustees Lave decided upon
an extra two-months 5tbieon and Miss
Minnie McD)onald has been engaged to
fill the term. which Miss W>man was
unable to fill owing to other engage-
men t


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The best that can b- had for the prices asked-The season's bs t'

offerings can be had here and at prices as low as can be found

any store-Buy at WILSON'S and be pleased.


BOUB SATISFACTION
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alM tr & u.-'.. 'Pl k irthhaakPG: ,*.-atwbi oke ;xuk e f't'
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5316*AlltIir%-ughipbiytbe b'-4t. PantedI fIza~dw4AuwsCdi dua'abw'
Od~ t sladth exxmv scetay t C~mwast-
THE STUDEBAKER WAGON
mad la~.. ~a sAad Ut f.c4rta' ewcrV"sos which a w~duc & Fu
..a.SOS~h a cirto ah, isf-r s c 0s0- U3.L.'
will Wpply v 4 (r. .r0 the 14eU 1.-.6.a lb. rThe. $afU, akl tLk.to
about % acts~. wruas .. n uI I*, maoman -stelar"W. Iik4.6
OP @gmUM tbM pus u esad 0ta ows.
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