Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 31, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01622
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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NATIONAL DEFICIT


EOS WAR TAXES


di 8 i W IN .4 I rease? The Mr. Roosevelt attended a dance on
gSaig* is g hiaed $14.271.313.58. board the Hamburg saturday evening.
IgB is Wasted. speat ou He did mot dames. lUt his sea. Ker.
Stse &a lean irt, took part in the entertainment
A. aags d iM d and danced with several of the young
SpIm tbey., is ladies ou board.
. a' ll luMt dellitn All of the members of the Roose-
SIt. MN lrst-cas velt party are welL
Oveor eaehe this yard. The Hamburg left here yesterday
l .l~of nlei erafmew t ex- afternoon for Gibraltar by way of
et I 6Mt,. beene of the Posta Delgalda on the Island of ifa
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0*916I& A qehbi word
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agres nd Wardesm Ben ba
Ab&am the thish rubber
wtob the death chair is

b ofNow Stale Kecrciwa Duvis
8 lwetarch with the switch
0 40a06. A halt spoken
w"s belid as the condensed
wumdee ia the leather ar.
O d W t" N her as4the ehar. A
mAowsst evered her face
tb ee. o the cling oa
s;r"SO and the murmur


V -T. T way does he o government ce- Said Resevelt Tried to Paes"e Him.
a (Gto d a age Six.) NEW YORK. March 30 .-Gluseppl
__Toti. a steerage passenger on the
SlHamburg, is the man who threatened
i^ i "ex-President Roosevelt. acrurding to a
,flted special distpateh from Horta to The
SWorld. The incident happened soom
after the damberg was losntag sight
of Ameries. Thesm Tosti broke from
his companies in the steerage and
SMtarted lor the upper deck. where Mr.
S" Roooevelt was stlading with his om.
.pT Kermlt
S the aaMI aI the adjlning room "He has let them take away my
I.' un elm beb heard. child," ToaU is said to have shouted
to The OrWt esatact lasateu ll mt1- n lb english. "Now he shall pay for It."
qt-. the vea s starting at 1,840 ad Sallors selsed Toetl. quickly master-
be6tg pad a ly lowered to 200. then ed him, carried him below aad by the
g i aVOi aiS to the fIll limit of 1.R40 captain's orders, put him in tro s.
IM. a- v "lDb. t gG t,&was appled at The Incident. It is said, is known only
SAPIll. : *'d-h*. The curest was ahit to Mr Roosevelt and a few of his


a a ad sa nd --half mowan
a half mr--nme from the wo-
s'f isM. Dr. Gerin and Dr. Spitaka
Apiled the astthocope to the heart
WaMe alaniaa Davis felt the artery
S the pek. Muscular action was
oted by I he physetass and again the
current passed thOEMgh the WgMnan's
by Ir a period of a few seond&.
Ues me tIhe phylcians stepped fu6
ward sad applied the tests to determ-
low it life sui re-mained In the limp
I *ure as the chair For the third
tie the itate e ectrician sent tlb. eur
rst through the b-d> Tbl phaitl-
claam eseig thee iuste. witmuu6*


fellow passeagers
Toutl. after his imprisonment. re-
fused for four days to eat. crying.
Roosevelt is trying to poison me."
The ship's doctor now must taste
all food offered to Toats before he will
eat it
GOOD MEETING PROMISED.

Able Preacher and Fine Sngers At
Baptist Church.
The re-t% al v' wr. tfri no. 1i1 aror. at the reFit rat utait ichurchb isie
i raiiii t of i t Kratl i.,' t iLi I or T
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STRERAGE PASSENGER MAKES
EFFORT TO KILL EX-PRESIDENT.

Caapturd *y Saller* and Taken to
Pert in irene-Said R*eoevelt
Tried to Pelso MHim.

LONDON. March 30.-A dispatch
from Horta. Aaormes ays an attempt
was made on the life of ex-President
Roosevelt aboard the steamship Ham-
btr&, which arrived there at noon
yesterday. The attempt was frustrat-
ed and the would-be assassin placed la

Col. Roosevelt is in excellent health
sad was enth"ealsetielly received on
the arrival of the teamslhip. Kermit
Roosevelt went ashore ad inadulted In
s e shooting. He also collected
some specimens.

Kelrmt Deaoa, His Father Does Net.
HORTA, FATAL. AZORES. March
30.-The steamer Hamburg. with
Theodore Roosevelt and the members
of his party on board. put in here
yesterday to leave the malls.
A. De Freltas. the Governor of
Horta. came out to the Hamburg and
welcomed Mr. Roosevelt. after which
the members of the Roosevelt party
were taken ashore by the Governor
and drives through the town There
v as no official receptUa.


pleton Peagle. E. F. Wilia,

The court excused Meis Af
Matthews. Hines. Harry. ast
son. Rosenberger. Hester. DavIt, &
Thomas. Law. McDowall. T. A
Pearce Thomas. Crumpte",
Williams. Oteen. ElliN. Dol--L
cock. Livingston. leville ead
den. while Messrs. Cain. Raher.
ware. Baird. Hartman and
Eagle were not to be foiad |
county, and E. D. Pblfer failed bI
wer to his name.
The work of impaneltg a
was then begun. begmlmiag a 1
Arst name on the regular pael r
week. The two prisoners t t
seats at the bar. surrounded by
Bexley. father of young Bexte.
Osteen. mother of the other d-hg-
and Cols. Stripling. Thrasher
BIroome. their counsel.
S. E. Itauknight disqualled 1
self; the State challenged W. L i
and D. A. Robertson of the M-

The calling of nanies from the l
rial venire was then beg, I
naneis at a time T K (odbey 1
dJihqialitfid l (ause he' did not
Its capital Ipunishnielit I. R. 4
wa- excused lvy the State. Il 4
Pickett completed the jury h a tWJ
as tendered 1. the State.
The defet-ii.., ee.-xn'd W D.
W. P. Mo-elev K laird was
(Continued o, Next Papo.)


Chief Crazy Snake's Band




Surrounded By Soldim


OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. March u, a .i n- .oldit.r o 4mn cpaltured eight Nt
-ChUitt Harjo surrounded at midnight Sunday night thote arretled are Littl Tiger. s
('hief. and Siila H:;rjo The
a the North Canadian bolttoms ear is not related to Chitti Hlarjo
Pierce Three hundred militiamen. ol~tM of th.f t .ehre heauIl) l
cowboys and deputy sheriffs were The calptiies sere vtArted ifr
closing in on him and his capture was militia camp at IHickor) GroUDI I
expected at daybreak. der heavy guard. Ordero were lWo
A detachment of Cras)y nake's band that the search I b kept upl and i1
of belligerent Indians was surrounded ous parties went out during the me
by deputy sheriffs yesterday afternoon hour.( of the uilit to round m P
sear Craxy tSnake's home and a lil*h rei-n.eade-
battle ensued. More than 0oo shot The Indian killed hb1 ihl "041 1
were fred and one Indian Was killed thei ni1l. fatatlit of thr dil. relll.4
Eight Indians were captured and the W ,Col oIilloftai.an ta i- 1i t
remainder fled with ile de.litt i,.' ill 'if th. Stuit. trol,-
luirnlli T h,* re ;.1 II i. 1.- "*"' of i
There were about fifteen Indiaii.I in g; i-,vineat 0(1...' 'A .. thatt
the band and the% had taken re.NIK .-. trn:. ireI:,,- .., t lh (f l
in soul-., The o uiti htaiv d iri ked ;i l i., l;i:,l *I i r .* '
thvin for noin ditance Ia k l.i l *i. r .1 In- met m airn *
Ad a\ IICIIIK from a lll .- li ., i ,p i ii. ,,, i. a.. 1 *'i"
fir.- I a, % ll.* ;a t I I. ito I hI I -. l'ThI I h i. ,, 1. : i i ? i '
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won 1.55cai1od uponoiuse efter sanoth- *a rvicti'aoff int.~. .fi t 1; ~ie iitreat o,t 4W,' II a ,t.Iac tII ik .a
of Wo 0z Ie au~.tbrwoman and 1Ir7-e ~iuItor'. lartaclc.raieIli.th 4'e-Aotilairil 1414 t 11 'l MeI'1*ia iii.t ', lt~ *il *
EmIuctrther dead iculait fivin a ia.a uail 4 or~~l hrc..eulturij e V c ili l %Ia ll.1 ,t,,at!II 'I'
D~ r (O rrli n d r e c 't o A t h e p r i s e i n a t t v i-ae id- c I a ij~ wr i t tl a -e' wi~ t AS i l('r1 t l.A v b u t il l I % Sl'd L !k h ,. ,l o
sets tu roilimEove the lbod~y to Ot-e aut~op- [sill~l. i.19a''ectita A grcdt iolif'ortlitill I-riako f 11i l I f I IOtteI Ico1. a1a4 )-itI Iall 1 lcS l.1111-1 t
my rtoom The' joria ason Iah)u'ksiaa bald: fear I..11 i ta.1-il 10 it uasdvr1. 4-' r ii.. uae 1ecls ieK ar~aa ii i Illda. i.tt aigtatfcal tIh.11I lala?. I t110.11*forI
"Mrs. farrier lasa 11111" Al t 1t14- 11711111t,)(.1 1.e Ati f at ta4 he-r IhaillI fialil 1-1lase.r .". ( I luau 411 'b%%- i- r% c~lhK too 4 1 ealaal 'I 1 4licket'lul l-'I aI I I'
oemstS T hiere' samb, moul.c allicht m s-i ,icU llic at41 1 o 41-oo tui I I in I I,,,- ip% it #--al % it hioul r.'smarui fear1:1. 11401,11,cit thl.r. I.
ow"u olar v.'cin t U as Is, em.uaiW tl lseim-atric lI~t a ,ia(-kq.d 'id li St I i and ira. J saad isathu. 'of Il" 1 111, ttalea i t Ii .
sI~ Aaw a a usand the- addlilttse cea i leMtlat a' lb StLoilts. dOfChif tlcAiaaga %lilt ,ait*I.'jt'r aie ial i ~ ''f I'K.tic .twos. t I tc' ta
were applied until the treainurs ilhIad laju ti c-a. I I i- oIstet-loo ..1.;00100-1 aage-rie 5*lis) $uiadaio l it I i p ~ iekfr 4ci ll.t i hc. 1a.ia, il j off 14 oIa *r- .jid
cesoed "t. sALA leai tlail) lor"Uunuac- lkafff- el lseaaa4 a a 1 tul i A~lae-OI ii.' sthttlcc'r flrca. All efforts t P a ctto, h ~i i/ te c4i1 of .1h. uacskill,"
ted dead at 6 15 ha ii. au art..awti'e'siad awealgn i t- 4-ia K 'cl.-ld Iin '4l~'1t iic teei ica' i 'l ~e' eib II '
The Phyici.)~ca~san* i-v ix t *,.that thcgauaicsite i tt etip foarm a a l~Arigo- I'tat Ical l eit 11;1%tc tloea j it 1411. 4 1J tetetoi i elaIi, 1 a1 c j4
ta1ola dieciusedthat Mrs Vauaerr Was liturupasuad all asasgirr.of the vii) i r- Ilanasiad. aadn'.adead the haiti'. emideti.411w in laaacd oel, laic., gnta~
ownM liu e'elfo respect and that the avr.'atftwiievof church or cretowdare region u f the-tCree-k iAaiitsitailka&dV jjUt of Ils vill cn .~L"~ ~
basIb shOwed 00 lesion, that wuold ans! aurdlall) lut sled to take part te-rnucineed t-ioartti) huIst djusts blloth 'Ahe., tht 1114c% L ,j 1g''.1
indidintc ateacriftlibiik twu~dvuv aLrtoitver.''at J 4U05Icj : PUj a AI 1) alt'adfl'r. aud Illutertu oft-Is t s! ,ar psrty wwti 4kelp, t .k~ 4.-D*% ca.ac #'J


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Circuit court assembled Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock. the room being
well called with special ventremen and
spectators.
beriff Ramsey made the following
return of the seventy4-ve vmnremen
drawn from the box from which to se-
leet a jury In the ease of M. A. Flex-
ley and Truby Oetees, the two young
white men charged with the murder
of W. H. Moreland at High Springs:
J. H. Law. J. If. Halle. C. H. Neal.
T. K. Godbey. W. 8. McDowall. B. M.
Tench. L R. Kinsey. 8. J. Collins. H.
A. Pickett. 0. L Veseter. R. W. Clark.
W. P. McLeod. F. Cellto. 0. B. Bailey.
J. 1.. Jameson. F. B. Atwater. Pearce
rhomas. Jr.. W. H. Barry. J. 1.. Stokes.
A. J. Feaster. H. L Roesmberger. A.
H. Peagle. H. M. MIs.on. Oeo. Gleason.
J. L Matthews. F. B. Hester, Sam
Rogers. .1 D McFaaden. T. R. (aints
T. C S -ot. T. A. Gay. W. F. Hines.
E. Dyeto.. J. H. Boulware. M. It Dai,.
J. H. Holly. Ja.. W. Iloulware. .. 1 '
Starling. J. E. Crumptoa. Fabiau TI ',n.'
as. .. II. If Ga.ay. R. I. Polk. J. \V
Pepvock. A. G. Hill. M. 8 lrown.
Thos. Itaker. Henry Fletcher. C M.
De;l. E. T. Henderson. R I.. Itaird.
J. leville. P M. Yearwood. W. .I)
Dukes. R. B. Livingston. M D. Phlfer.
W. C Bradshaw. W. T. Chesnut G. IH
Oibbona. Frak Bonles. J. 1. leloar.t"
R. H Duke. R. G. Zetrouer. R. C. How.
en. Shade Osteen. T. B. Horn. F T.
Rutherford. John Y. Fleming. E D.
Thomas. W M. Bliteh. P It II Ih1d-
iey P. M Hartman. W. J. Alken Ap-


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PILMlI OPIE JUODG MASON PC R
MRCO0D ON TUESDAY.

Gves Wife One-TMrd of Entire Estate.
Patoer An Alleo.nce and
dtlher nsn mInder.

The will of the later C Chase
was BSld for prohate on Tuesday hre
fore C(outy Judge Mason and ir In
part as allows:
M t, It reque that all of his hiill
d fluaeral expwnspm be pald. H l
w et, Mllerva Chase. was given
Mathird of all his property, real. per.
seMl ad mixed, to have and to hold
to br absolutely-4li provision be-
lag hi len o f a right of dower Ia
l estate.
To ehis eteor. L. W. Chase, S2.e10
per amul wis gives so ong aa he
agn EvOe.
AB of the residue ad remladaer
of t"e 6 6s. real, permomal ad mixed.
wa onS s to ls brother, P. H. Chase
of CUman. pov d he was living
Ste eds T of Ma eeth it was to so
to Mhs wow y e*half sad the re-
mawdr to d aI d equally to the
hes .abre Mad shabe& mlke.
ft thrlss adt empowers his
"ather to set s easeutor mad to sell
r e mbag m y part or all of his
neal est or belohaings as he may
&=m bet.
T I dam- It was made by him
t Otoab, Ier .
-nsiowm Many oGifts
The t The Sun of Sunda)
IWp0 imq 60 aidl e oi Mrs. R. H.
ta bea the mea of her re
a m -wiM supply of clothing
a ether mecestiesm wlch was gen
aenl doiatod by ladies all over thb
dW. ertf every day packages have
bM re td at the ahrUs office
Vft iisms to convey them to
Aim Uw.s
Witnm WW ArrsteA
Merris PtIabL y. a MAg wbo was
a witr s her ti the Trapp murde'
Mee, was arrested ad brought to tbit
eKy eaterday by Deputy Bherilt
rutoa. The darkey bad pleaded sick
but hs emee was lauflcieat to So
It Rivers, who had the Jadge In-
neti!ate te tter, with the above


Tlhe members of te ulanesvllle Gun
Clb were out for other practice
soot yesterday afternoon. They are
bMt bewming good marksmen and
several uh scores were made by
the MnUtestaats, which shown. what
prmtice will do for them in shooting
t the lay birds.

CURED MBRONCHITIS.
MUe. Hekliam Sy Her Life W-s
,--sheed nsd Gasped
far Sroateh.
"Some ve years ago I was taken
with a bad attack of brobchitia. 1
was acted with a bronchial cough
ad eold; the cough was generally
mech more apparent at night, and
I wouM wake up heboking and gasping
tor breth, uMd there seemed to be a
terrible stoppagMe Ia my throat and
tbs. My threat was tender and
Irritable, ad had am aching sensa-
tean, which was especially bad at
,times. I doctored and used several
remedli, but received no permanent
reolet utl I usaed Hyomel. This
remedy is certainly infallible, and


saved my life. and I accord it the
credit which it deserves. There is
nothing too strong for me to mai. re
gardiug Hyonei '-.Mra Ada Hlopkiii.
U Cutter aveuue. ('oldwater. Mich .
August 22,. 190h
J. W. McCollumn & Co .ell ll oustl
(promoumced iHiKha liee and tIli.-
guarantee It to cure bruinchiti- aS
tarrh. asthma. croul. ha f e,-
coughs and cold,. or mon. > Ihack
The price for a ton;implet out rit i'
oul) $1.00. hichb includes a I1i1ttl* of
Hyomel and a neat hard rulb.'r In
bhaer


YOe-UKnmsvsL~kdILL Caives hn'
mmiw om kern hadxsuium owst oub.
"dm& ii &Ow m m"J "k hsaaw
50Samisal6p b"a
4L W. WCOLLUM & CO'S.


THE C.


W. HYDE COMPANY
ANNOUNCE FOR


THURSDAY, APRIL 1st
--A SALK OF-



White Serge and Poplin Suit

In this Slc('ial S1t. we 'e pr 'ent a grai.l collection that i ai c lIilla itiln of I listinctivW .
I C. (hariiter, I tilivi tialitv. 'nllneI.tlted Quality alliIl .\tittlltiti Styl..


The Newest Spritrm Suits
Thelw gwNool anr mat,.rly tai.omr of all puien Wo.il
French kMri--tlw kind to, ,ulutantiall -tan tlithorlough
washing aid l 'la sning. They are the new :4.inchl enati.
in plaid. larl flraidle effets. Skirti either in |plain or
Ibrakde asMl bilitonms. trimmed in white, g en, hblh or
black silk braid, The ostl. ar eMperially well-made
and re lind thoroughly with white or cream Imported
MemslinN-satin The good are
moat mlrnor valdwe at iS.i),
$S2 00 and w 27.4O, thounh w.. will
offer them U or Thursday only at.... *
-SEE WINUMW DISPLAY-


AMim TI TK Aiiw
27-inch Al-Pure Linen, natural col.
or, 22c value-Thursday
only ................ 13 ac
27-inch All-Pure Linen, extra
heavy, natural celor, 29* val-
s -Thursday only........21c
M-inch AII-Pure Linen, natural
celer, M36 value-Thursday


USuits of Irish Pqku
WITH HilrT~ie\
F~kgantly braided, untleskirt u~l~an -t. n ~
eat 14110dl"' Of 01~41R Iwam. R-1. 'iPiiceL. Lkht 111M
(7oiwnheagut, Linen nti aal 'ijte'.
Thew,~ ar' :14 itch coab- andi are ti... wp cub~, imp,
nomntinig timeI- remO4 style. (rif 'AnHri4-an Putjud

$2O-Thurwlay only...$ *

-SEE WINDOW I)ISPLAY.......,


WE WILL i ER Fm TINUT SmT A AMa LMU
only ...................2'/c 7inch Linen Suitings
3lainch All-Pure Linen, extra dark and light gre


heavy, natural color, Wse val-
ue-Thursday only ......37c
27-inch Donegal Linen Suitings in
navy. red, black, green, brown,
tan, pink and light blue: 25c
value-Thursday only... 13' sc


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TO FIRST PLACE AGAIN

MISS FLORRIE STRICKLAND CON
TINUES TO GET BIG VOTE.

Large Vote.Was Polled in Piano Con
test Again Yestorday. Miss
Dorian Ellis Getting 36.400.

Following is the vote received up to
4 o'clock yesterday :
Miss Dorian arlli,. city ....... t.::o:.
Miss lIeslic Ihupree. city 1.t4:;.4!0
Miss Catherine Italle. city .. I.244.;2**
Miss Florrie Strickland ...... 64.4.01>:
Mima M. laugiitre.. (it 242:.6:'.
Miss Mary McCormick. it) .C..z'
Miss Alma ennell. *cit ..... 4. 4; U
.Miss Nannie LDckinimin. cat 7T.::,
Mi Mahtl Sanchez. (city :'.1:,
MNil ra Ju lia C a rte r. (it) .. t6 1.
Miss A. Grog. Newtbrry ..... 39.06
Miss Estelle Beal. city. ...... 33.27
MisJ A. trckland. Waldo.. :.
Miss Jessie Evans. city....... :.1 'N,
Mit 'Knama Hudson. (ci 26.43:,
Mlibs Annie lk.%illl. -.. ,'"
Miss Elhena Star. Waldo 1 6;..40
Mrs. I. Ware. High Sipringi. I::
Mis Goldile Lambert. 'it) .l 6.:32
Miss Li ie Sheppard. iell C. ,005
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.Z9"
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........ 4.430
Miss M. ernapdez. city ..... 4.265
Miss Mary Tbhigpin. city ...... 3.850
Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.650
Miss Ruby Albright ......... 3,100

Honors to Be Conferred.
'roday at Mt Moriah liaptist church
colored, the degree of Dl. D will be
conferred upon Kev H M. Fleming.
who has been ipastor of the church for
a number of years. The degree ill
be conferred by Rev J S lewis
Southern superintendent of the' Prince
ton university of Indiana and aill be
quite an event aniong tihe colored I eo-
plh of this church

Parties having Job printing done at
The Sun office are entitled to one
vote In the Iusbh & Safford Piano Con-
test for each cent paid for such
work Ion't forget this when in need
)f printed stationery. Read the ad-
vertibement giving particulars re.
carding the contest ar.d ute for the
lady of yvowr eam,-

ITS FRESH EVERY DAY!
', I llt,.d l'l4* .aI ld t'.ke % .,u


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hair-line stripes-MMp
priced at 22c, 2k c I 2
36-inch Linen Suitings in tripe
are special 50c valu f4t
Thursday only ........ i jig


-JACIanLLE SE MUSICAL FESTI-
---CHORUS OrF-

20 TRAINED VOICES
With Mr. Corinne Rker-Ke':wi. -pr'ano; Nevada van der Veer, sito; Anmi
Miller, tenor; (sustaf IIninquint, liae,.

-THE NEW TOU SYMPHONY ORCH0EST-
ConmlusietId ,by WALTER

DJA O fOCH
Fo Ceo ri Mbiml Nid iisnl I ad 20
AS4 CIATE EM BERSHIPS. good for oner nr rved wat at eat reaM
$.. Make application now als book. .inw Apri lAt and nWular h box
rates tunw prevail. Fu'il nI inttr4 acconmilany applications.
--T. T. ELK 181 MI Ma SL. jkiAuwl- FIfrl--
S'at contracts may he signed in (Gainm-ville at Miller A% Vidal's.



G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retoell a "ad Jobwer In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
CGraiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE -*- GAINESVILLE. FLORIm
lghef t market price paid for Chicken, Eggs and ethe* PredAi

A COetote ock of Hay. Cora. Oats. Plorw. Bra. aML. C
d Meml 4MW Rye We beaOle oly tUw Very Seat goe
at Lewet Prices, mad guarmatee s o l sWL
...


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INSURANCE


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLLF. FLORIPA, MARCH 31. 1909


DSIN THE ESQUIMO ILECAE DESPONDENT

Vi JuIRYOFPEERS W -- OVER LOSS OF $50


ft tro page One)
Ve2 ,r F R W. Clark
Sdo p M. eleod %*,re call led in
l tW l the bbg. Mr. M 1.-tI b a"
e o account of an error in
bhis Ilitlals on the list as fturn
I attorneys. F Collon was
Se on account of relationship
SWtthe defendants. It lialle
f1 iOWnd. R. W. Clark st(od aide
S having fixed opinion as to
M or innocence of the defend-
J. ,. Jameson was called and
by the State. A. J. Feaster
IalgeBged by the State. A. B.
gan1ed. The State excused
*, Pekett. Sam Rogers qualified
go gate again tendered the
t hs Juncture counsel I.vr !efend
d permission to retire a few
to confer about the case.
IM granted. it then being 11:30

OWl and defendants returned in
6i oweats, when the court ex
0. L raster for cause. T. C.
aHSned. N. 8. Phlfer was
or emuse. E. Dyess took his
f the Jury box. The State ten-
the jury for the third time.
de aseB excused 0. B. Bailey.
L. B. Holly was called and com-
es panel of twelve, which was
b rth time tendered by So-
livers. The defense excused
.IL Bf, sad James Raulerson was
M I qoallled In the opinion of
M00 0belttor. who tendered the
eIm more. The defense ex-
Mr. Raalerson. J. E. Starling
ulsuptod the twelve men. when
mme was taken until 2 o'clock
the panel being tendered.
S Aftermea Seeslon.
I a tersO session was called to
t 2:04 o'clock, when the de-
wire olned by at additional
of their female relaUves.
SpaMel was again broken by de-
1 pramptorily challenging J. H.
AbiaMa Thomas too': 1is plac,-
sode up the twelve, but the de-
emneised its right ard exciased
W. Alop. J. B. H. Gay wad allied
aesd by the State because he
M1i0d0tIed against circumstantial
SL. Polk was excused by
MIla which exhausted eight of
in emha emes.
A. 6. 31B ualUed, and C. A. W.
21 was exuased by the defense.
.IL a hw allied. and W. C. lKin-
-0 WI medI by the defense.
JV Puther being called to the
k A FL gleo was excused by
S6de0pe and C. M. Dell was called
g s whereupon A. G. Hill
S t at the request of tie
F. M. Yearwood qualified.
S4 to State ag in tendered the pan-
14 0t tbe defense broke it by ex-
', 1 abian Ttomab, whereupon W.
' Wfas called and also excust d
AN 1de e. W C. Itradahaw w .s
mmm for cause. and W. T Chesnut
anad excused for like caus-. U
!, J was exce',.., 'or cat,-,* and
t 5 3. Ike was called ant qualifle4
S c.'M. Dell stood aside upon ijNr-
S I0ty cha'lcnge by the defendant ..
SG. etniaer was ,xtu'ed by tle
Sbheause he would not harr a
I sr lsa cilcumstnttl.ti evidence.
. Iorn took his seat In the box.
Ui tfh tlor;' wa, tendered, acc'pteJ
I U orn as follows:
J. Starling. Henry Fletch.b, It.
he 1T. M Griffin. C H Neal. Sam
i**, T C Scott. E Dyeu, M. S
i-. 1 .P. N Yearwood. R li kke.


'Ouseatly 3-17 o'clock when
55couiaple~t.d Mad ho4Jrn
teJurY had Ime P.su~rii Mr

AAIdrtased the. Judge and~ said
bV he& .a ro-judiced zagaiita c ar
WUJ elaidents 4 Inimaing 1Ia11 I h~at
bh j Ot bat-ltIel- %v h r'. g~rIi III
~~ but t a. .t' 14111 tit k's-oi.
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Challeuged Werv. exh~atv4


eafts bluhr. Thve lumber men catKOA


pork. The Norwegian fishermen
live on cod liver oil. These
people are constantly exposed
to cold and physical strain.
Experience has taught them that
fatty foods give warmth and
nourishment.
For those who have cold and thin
bodies or are threatened with
consumption or any wasting
disease there b no fat in so
digestbe and palatabic a forms


Scofftt's Emulsion
Physicians prescribe i
sad aIb ad~unsmt. seestb ws same of
per wito h r ritM am, adm0 v0_ d fam
ft zMd adlanwz mmd"
COTTa n&OWNL 4Mewadi rl NM T-v

upon veniremen who did not believe
In circumstantial evidence.
At a quarter to 4 o'clock Solicitor
Rivers asked for an adjournment until
8:30 o'clock Wednesday 1porning. Col.
Stripling. leading counsel ;or defense.
opposed the delay and announced that
they were ready to proceed with the
taking of testimony, but inasmuch as
Col. Rivers said the adjournment
would really expedite matters the
Judge granted the request.
It is said that the adjournment was
really asked for by the State Solicitor
because he discovered that he had
permitted the Jury to be sworn prior
to the arraignment of the defendants.
Just what disposition this will cause
to be made of the case will be known
when court reconvenes this morning.

Wh@m 0oaten ek NL
"Tbe superior intellesnce of Beotoe
eotinues to exctte the envy of her s-*
ter cities," recently observed a promi-
nent Bostoaian. "and I propose to add
fuel to the f me by citing tbe ewe
iMtaoceO thereof. A little boy in the
Back Bay diotruct, at whose hore oc-
cur many meetings of a certain liter-
ary club. was asked not NoM ago by a
returned Bostonian what had become
of a family named Deertng.
'The Dsertags' mid the boy. 'Oh.
they're not asked here y more.
They're no longer motL'a Iotl.'
#'No longer on the list? What's the
matter?'
"'Why. haven't you beard? Drsilla
Deering sent a sonaet to the Atlantic
that contained twenty Uiner "-L.p-
-pestt's.
Simple Remedy fet Lagrippe
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop into pneumon-
Ia. Foley's Hoey and Tar not oDly
stops the cough but heal and trngth-
ens the lungs so that so serious re-
sults need be feared. The genuine
Foley's Hooey ad Tar contains no
harmful drugs and Is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse subUtitutes. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

Making@ a Belt Fer' It.
The monotony of crime oin the pu
lice station is relieved oftener than
is generally supposed by an Infuaton
of unexpected humor. This happy fac-
ulty of tickling the magiStrate's mem
of humor woo a prisoner In a. poll
station his liberty the other day.
The prisoner bad told the magistrate
that he was a locksmith by trade, ad
the mnagistrate asked:
"WeU. were you on buineas tIn this
gamblimg house at 2 o'clock in the
morning?"
"'e., your honor." replied the pris
omer calmly. "I was making a bolt for
the door."

Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
"Iteaides being an excellent remedy
for colds and thfLt troubles. Cham-
berlalsi'as Cough Remedy is unequaled
as a cure for croup," says Harry Wll-
son, of Waylnetown. hud. lh.i.n gKl .
as woon as the croupy cough alilcars.


this rFvnody wsill prevent the attack
it is ursed succeba'fullY inIt, u14"


thousand'.
drugglortar



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For sale by all


Very Con-.enient
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I -, MASTER DORSEY WROTE A
LETTER TO THIS EFFECT.

C .: Oentleman's Condition is Very
Critical. But Still Survives
from His Wounds.

Further Information r.'-i etd from
.Mcinlosh Tuesday was to the effect
that Postmaster Dlorey, the aged
gentleman who had shot himself and
cut his throat in an endeavor to end
his life. was still living and there
was chance of his recovering from the
wounds.
In the letter to his wife telling her
why he had committed the deed he
mentioned the fact that he was short
some $.0 in his accounts and It was
time to make his report to the
Government. Rather than face the
charge, or appeal to some of hib
friends. he preferred death.
He has held this position for many
years and was a gentleman ialversal-
ly esteemed by the community in gen-
eral and anyone there would have
helped him at any time and been glad
of the opportunity of doing so.
While he is not out of danger, there
are now strong hopes that he will sur-
vive.
The shock to the community was a
great one and came as a surprise to
the many that knew him, and the
first rumor that gained headway to
the effect that be had been murdered
spread rapidly, the entire community
volunteering their assistance in locat-
ing the guilty ones.
Friends will lend their aid to the
unfortunate man and matters will be
adjusted at once that his good wife
may carry on the affairs of the office.


PARISIAN SAGE

CURES DANMUFF

If it Don't W. M. Johnson Will Give
You Your Meney Baek.
Yes, Parisian Sage, the most Invigo-
rating hair restorer, cures dandruff
and grows hair. The women of Ameri-
ca, who have luxuriant hair, know it
does, and that is why thousands of at-
tractive women throughout the land
are regularly using It.
For years thia almost marvelmes
grower of lustrous and beautiful hair
was confined to the elite of Europe
and New York City. but about two
years ago It was given to a select list
of druggists, and today can be obtain-
ed In any city or town in America
where society women of reasement
dwell.
Parisian Sage is the most delightful
hair tonic in the world. It makes the
hair soft, lustrous and luxuriant In a
few days. It is perfumed most daint-
ily and is not sticky or greasy. It
stops falling hair. cures dandruff and
Itching scalp in two weeks or money
back.
W. M. Johnson sells it for 50 cents
a large bottle, and guarantees it, or
direct, all charges prepaid, by Ameri-
can makers, Giroux Nfg. Co., Buffalo.
New York.
In Deubt.
lluirdrs .-r u l, ii r rl Iig hIly a '1
(lrtl *!~.,' p 0I''" \VIll .3oiU lh .I arny
thing ion y3'ur h:ead vlhen I anm flnishb
ed. muadam 1lse I aum sure I dn.'t
know I wa:, in l,.,'es you would leave
erunclh hair to |il:i my hat to

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cure Sick Head-

Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip. Stom
ach Troubls or Female troubles.


Try Capudin'--it's liquid--~fects im
mediately. Sold by druggists.
And Enjoyed It.
1t :1l lthaitl it 4.ii :IaI age* 1r1 1mn
the thuIe you w<4-re' ij;engI-led till oiu igot
inltrried M.audI i.. el, ut Jm, k titd I


deota I itt heit


IlIl


PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
oA70) OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any cabe of Itching. Blind
itlhedilg or l'rotrudiinig Pli es in S
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A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least
try a medicine which has the record of Ldia E. Pinkham's
vegetable Compound, is to blame for own w.chd
condition.
There are literally hundreds of thousands of women i
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was prnA2'ceK from roots and herbs o
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve wa mna
Read what these women say:
am I-


Since we guarantee that all Stmtls which we
lish are genuine, is it not fair to *o th *at lNILyak L
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I th&e w to hb
these women it will help any other wmn who is
ing from the same trouble.

Fo rw a yews Ly ; aI. PtmTkhm vl*
CUUh" m. Is. im_ .- -
Moao WN otek womma drMn -B
hmef owh wBIn eit t ly 1mfam e im
US" I"dY p ra sa|

If the W bleapp ae wb
e:110
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IHUKI E VEETLEM

It pays the farmer to plant only the bm
question not of "how cbap," but d I"hoi


We are nmw booklag eode far ad sd epm m o mam-
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Ph... 4. U OamanSst. "JAOKOVUA PUS
we Sam at Jseb~avU a awis asm*@=vewmshs aeofi WOMW dsomi Sow
of nom 9~ au md5 w esm
we bae nmworsoembt M.s

l"swfeow W13t


Penny Wie



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TIlI' t 04'-s btuii.i


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YEi DAILY 81U: AINUrrVLLI, flORIPA, IARCH I, 1909


-^ Mun&tAom i dsE y W.
1 r *wA -Miy- y
.Nw--- r. a yearskef.
"~me do o r a nyvere ausek of the mesims,
Mond,"6iwh develooped aInto peumomla., was
-Ill left ptully h, weak Sad emaaiat-
7 at ha I o appetite. ma her satom
a& waste weak ft mam s retowla
*s b- me. o l ay IsO thiemstMtlo. hr
B at e new weva. *ad o*thim the doter proe
ro boiUmaui hessry sibsI did a Mt of g@ot. sad we were
Sta msoe d by the baota" to thudk Mhe wmld never em
"A t s t ie we comem ed to give
b r" tU. And the effect was marvel-
nsha I b g v oti am The doctor was a-med at her
hae$ t-r Mpe. W pe ml who -we told him we
mm rods wer giing hb wVinol. be repUed 'sit
Sa te remedy, keep tt up,' We did
m, elt she veoevor her health and
maugw moeathe bdo a the doter
SmWAM e ws'mmhseua esM J. l. th* b
to ar a VamM d @1011- p me.

MW h61 boMu t eSme In a natural master It tInaums
OI. LM wah sMa OppfeI, eSOes up thU e eIaveto
#,1d m, b t r. d b- oL mamr icredblestmm,
-.. -hOA WyI iris do the beed.
-s V Is amIn inle by W.
A ..b IL UA. Jt or"*&


p~ m s~l b h A V
Valle! I -
~~ -ave lbs W
-~h -mos- st

up" o toso
isav* ml
ow mm

somm" plabe.


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0lIEtA pA *Ik 6J10F80L
u iEFM.m

APm eNFrmer mpbSems
Sso mONer cc a hbm essl ti-
IM bm- w m thd bei eI ma es
Iw 4b Mt the dls9 o th abo shnes
I- tings wele be dSrOLt. The
mi r oSe Ma ps mereansle house
mse Owty e p owW the Mm s writing
*pn l e eli s ls
Whe lBd tfdobemm mdeft rhelast

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IB. rdl ,umvm M Of MM4f
er, wOre very bank san
M ad md. a a rt-e vem iMtm
rt f apnet mi beto temmad -oM
onl" sn Wman- toeM bow
I he ha w er iM to upprt his,
SiW mdl bew. whln he asold for
ftm BeW ae he w -ihted back sal

fq- W leo aor am eto eand be
de Ate OM t h w I~ ptioss
at s ra m m a gr sla of hs
tImfm y toet rMt rum a mlolamg
d almm t usweh urM taking the
=a0t ON 0bd oW laet ear ma nin
UM dparat. MW r osat obv y
ma me mo nis wre bright d
t W Moi ha d vYtallt drv Wa ir
P"eo I'F who hmd btem oL pme. r
So The m w2aS hasm bess
iA t lm tob am
hnd ous reea iamnts he rio r.
eghe 11111111if Weekly.

oed L ieum
T"rm b C I arl n Bdd- le bhare
im fat a tr-I Tytl r i spal
to al mba als 1amUme E u a eau
hor mM .* ml ibms pab hi
S e of smed es- a es asg o the
.UNsM. Itb epefn vashame hr
be* tme al tl dape rl -m
li m -l A a newm e sis her
Mb OW an iML.
IeM" IN Vrieue Foems.
A e*ask seuining loft the ordk
dl aM ht a -swallowed a mtwo
hat sed wand dem1 bW fees The .e1-
Iter laste ealt at me tq learn fur-
er purdialese of the death sad. must-
S Dr. MartM6 toll him shout hew
sa. He el that was mothiag: that he
We a patlest omes ho swallowedl a
mnmmr and did by degre s. A
iemopaof Wrutanders Just the ehipped
In. One o them sau t roimldd im
of a Maew Ito Kamss who swallowed
a piha mnd wen.t easy. The ethew
me slb he had aa frnd who toek a
u st e appleeJk msMd ddies I fd

A Bwolie lJaw
is met pWrOtty pilsasaMtUL Whether
We sumsed by seuralgla, toothache or
aesMiet. Mllmard's Geow L alment wil
e0 o the swellia sal r reve the
pa. The great g a roe eare for
- aut be nas, braes.
seMse-ay and all a bhes ad pal n
OMd by W. M. JehOM.
The Hwueif.
"I fqueuntly experene a blasing
sunds In uy* eam" remarked a pa-
tiat to as .turr "'What would you
"What Is your o 'upatkuaY' asked
the auedk,
"I'w an at'or."
1Then I'd ad' lee you jo ads uaq sm
otber IEtkain ""

A Pleasant Physic.
When you want a plaMait lb)y..h
give Chamberlalu's Stunach and
Liver Tablets a trial They ar, tailid
and gentle in their action and alwain'
produee a pletaaant -ahartlc elect
Call at any drag store for a sanmlc
Keep )our e)e on the uwat ads
There .asy be wumdbhui- advertised
icAh as of tatreef to you.


nP


INS FOR 6EEAT DAU

.EAREAOUJUNE5Is


80I0 ARSECUE AND SPEAKING


CELEBRATE THE DAY.


Progressive Citinene Want to Make 't
One Long to Be Remembered
my the People.

Preliminary planM ars. now i :,' r
way to make June I.,'th a gala dav r
Galnesville.
About this time the su Prvji-if :
architect of the new governmentt build-
lgi will have Lt.ngs far enough ad-
vanced for the laying of the corner-
stone, which will tb a great event in
the city's history.
The plas that are now under con-
sideratiou are to make this a great
day by giving a big barbecue and have
distindulabed speakers here to ad-
dress the people-shbowin 'at we
have to be thankful for In the way of
the new mad magalicent structure
nov ben erected.
A committee will doubtless be ap-
potatod within the neat few days to
further perfect the plans and then a
general meettan will be called aad
sabecrlptos soliciteod from the people
to make this a gread event.

Lovers
Of ood health oab prevent sick-
sem aintead of lettnf thewmsv get
sek *ad tm try to ewre It. So ls
as ye buep ye ver, bowels am
stonma k a healthy aad active am-
dittle you wot get sick. Ballard's
Herime relevea costlpation, active
river and all stomach nd bowel tru-
es. sold by W. M. Joamoa.

Modest e domuth,
Oliver Goldsmith was an underpaid
man fror start to finish. Two bun-
dred and fifty dollars for "The Vicar
af Wakefleld" was bad enough, yet
for "The Traveler" be got but $100
and $25 for his "-glisbh Grammar."
For "The oDeserted VlUlae." however.
his publitaer sent im 500W. This hbe
at oce returned, with the memisse:
"It is too nmch. It is near 5 satlln
a couplet, wbch ls more than say
book owner esan safd or, indd., any
moler poetry is worth." So be did
with $1000 wort of debts. "Was
ever pot so trumed before?" said Dr.




CASTORIA






The Cop wsrMe Clk.
OeM klar pleaded a departing
levoer.
"Nossea!"e exclaimed his iancee la
a easing mood. onme one might me
"Wbo?"
"Why. the clork. It has a face."
"TYea, bt It keeps its bands at feet
of it!"

RAM WOMN

Plenty of Them in Gaineeville, and
eed Reaseon for It
Wouldn't any woman be happy.
After years of backache saering.
Days of misery, nights of unrest,
The distress of urinary troubles,
She fInds relief and cure?
No reason why any Galuofeille
reader
Should saner la the face of ovl-
deiau like this
lMr John Smith. 3*7 E. Magnolla
street. Gainesville, FL.. ay)u: I suf-
ternd from a weak back and severe
paa..' In my sldes for 4 long tinm. I
cot:'J Iut tnoop without eXperula'inK
fhar. i ln.u lihrouth tLr boai and
If I ,ldd so It a* difficult to rgaln alu


erect j'oN-itotui I %aak'o S iJ.iilti to
head. hu,- niadat & ii iii' % a %ry
nerVOL. Whita I i.a%% lh)am-,Ki:.,)
1'illai so lghl) rtucomintiatdetifoir
the.p.t' troublts-, I jarutxured a buz and
I"Kui ttneth-r ua'- Ili ai-~ hort litut I
felt U with 1poit r I lt I Jat io- lIia t lthvii
nv ct .*Iae alatI I g.oti& 4'I iiin triraaatI
1.401:-i4la I I ki.euia" Ku ad eeio 'tP114,alla as
t-1 tl i t r. ii,t ,a ndt I d w ill;.I A 14,
rttii-vowustaad tlhBw
I-tor buivIt) ~all d...ile ru Pi ict'- too
a-ilate Pustur Milburna Cu Ituff alo
'Ne-t York. asolt-me agetaifor tlb. liateti

Kinkmier the saw* Doss's--and
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILL, FIARITIA, MARCH 31. 1909


flwmall matUte

FAIi~@i mel'utclsber



iein HaYMAns Block.

go.pubbabW sev ,ery MOMISC lag
6tuverad by Wrfrvi" 12he Cty- Or
year $2 0six Momth,4: 0S1 IMibwc
t o rOn" kc wi e IMh.-arWIato
gadesisWMcolmam tocents 0aine.
~ ~1u~sm. ami for *&ikf eaadditional
*sa kwmu as

?u.wcek tm is as light Page,- forty
..,w. pbbiihd eOwl7PVdAGY Mmd
W Sustains all the saws .f the
b1K -WO Amdgeme-m. sawd wilt he
LIN"* fue*, tosamy pan ofhOWtmit
(, fee e wer t a year-4a advaume.

Of --m dnemi-r-,
eemil I* VW OW 84 eme~tisk"is e
TEE DAILY SUN,
~FLA.

p~ taioristalking throughhim
Mai-



[ .,3Styd ropped off the m ap for
-A OMM preacher likens M r. Room.
*job. But wasn't It Job who


& lw has a society of American
I. Tit they are perfect ladles,.
k bw so doubt.

3t. Dra is willing to accept the
W sulmatorship. Willingness is
piam's strong suit.

d ty cam refined sugar is to be
and lowered, unless the com-
i bMage its mind.

Deerats in toe House are not
heorus. .but as split
ey ean't be beat.

I to permit cock-fighting only
aIjes and holidays, and pats it-
O back for Its conservatism.

TWukish Coansl In New York is
S te a grafterer." Trying to be-
I blt for citiseaship. o doubt.

Sr. Reavemlt could not control
Cia 'ia the White House It
Nt* that he can it The Out.


s i eMt has discovered a new
1Wr having a St. Mr. Harri-
Weter has ordered him off of


m revisionists will do well, we
to keep a sharp lookout for
ylh. Jokers and seal-brown pick-
, ia the tariff woodpile.
ifti twelve years of public life Mr.
is going back to work. Per-
I t rigitens him when he con-
the case of Adlai E. Stevenson

j.l D. DRockefeller's clerical
UYs drinking is not wrong.
1Mlaalive drinking is. I)oes the
, NSstiomusn advocate the same
S i respect to money getting?

I. WDh is not particularly pleas-
0*,b Mr. 'laft a cabinet.,'" says The
Sentinel. Well, well. now.
F tool bad. Why on earth did
-Dt ot let it be Known sooner?

Sc"p.u0ional taxes are wrong
0i101101. but the tax of $W0 on
0uof 1tove wood in Jatkson-
b the mot outrageous ac' hate
i 0of-unuleis it w- that oin


_i aitM r has forbhldde. (;i erman
I F toi like tI n the lrei.
WW a Il 'i formnal M sial fulil
1 I rni1|, fl 'd Ui ti'rilu

briullll f rth il .haalt K. '.i
froau thl B'.ri mt ,.ih e

itur 4 If r tIIiI%\ I 'Ipal r i
Lb hl fucjll ltiCK C,4l r, I .&i 0,'
the lat thl o aI,41 I(a i l I l .. ii ,,1
S il r l I1)I it, ..I. I, i

S Iter) i L .i IL ,i, i, I
il tijIhre I e>. l, ,I i, 1 ,, I
"til e th eat,,, ,i i
b i&iAl,' I e t i I.I
= I M "Mat.tt he .h a 'I ,I i


A workingman and a minister have I ^ -* '
been telling what each would do if
he were in the other s shoes, in a
lair of vigorous articles in two recent
issue of The Sunday School Times-
"If I Were a Minister." by a Work-
ing man; and "If I Were a Working- L E HN
man." by a Minister. Each man real-
ly seems to know what he is talking
about, and deals some straight body- ig U i i
blows. yet in a spirit of such friendly
common sense that the man at whom
he is talking must. if honest. Inevit- oveM the ot 1t Brooks-
ably respect his fairnt'es and him force. vil e;st it Oealsa ad hbe
If every minister and every working- yod; weet to Bwase Ri-
man in the land should digest and act ver; north to Alachus, High
upon the straight talk of these mes- and Worthington Spriea,
sages, there would be a niew 'era in Cedar Key, and all intersed
the church and the shop There is is
considerable mystery as to who the WNPHOsPHATE MIN1,
anonymous writers are. We have the
editor's word that they are. bona fde BT1LLB, 8AW-MILIA and fARMI
nainihter and worlnlgman Each Mege and Anawer
seenis to be solidly "on his Job." -et for One Price.
each has an unusual insight into the.
other fellow s job. Perhaps that's b-
Cause. each Is a real man, aid a hard *1
o. rrke.r ies i ww

How's This? TM L ui S i

We" offer One Hundred Iol!aars RHe-
*ard for a.ny ea C' of catarrh that :cal.
:iot Im- cured by Hiallb (Catarrh Cure' & Ar.,O er .r
.1 <'iiNY C C & o l -
.. .... i ..... ... ...., a t .


c'ee'tile t I or th e lu eI7ota'. 11 a'.
wie %..te limi 1 if r ue- l hipi -r'aI. d ~if al
'1, i ll :I ll* la i a ll.1Ac4a 14ie 1- .9 cc1 i It.1 ccI
*a!it I t I tee e lr% cut it a e~lc
W % I III \ ;B KI -I\ a

IIa I I I c q1 ~ u. I lutIeal r11
cc aa.till," u'1*1% ccli e t, rat,
-' at 't -c I at 4 l'l
'It., 4ciI. all druggir-tr
I bssht' laha f .it~l 'ilhc1116 fill Cc(Phrti


-gap. tie -rt~.e


SEABO/

Air Line Rally
%I. sule WaIe, a. lmsir WllimN emd 3.
SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN, 0
RALEIGH. RICHMOND. WASHINOTO
PHILADELPIIIA. NEW YOR


way
.C. Dousema 3es
)UTHURJ4 FINN&

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THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY

Pf 111 F :\ ::-ROUN D LIMITED)
'1~ ,s, FLORIIAIIDA FASTI' MAJJ
MODERN PULI. MAN EQUIPMENT.

ri ialli cel -' Va eli'eliA. Club tar twte Iucittv (Carand
,I,:: ItK (C-1 I.-tI atn Joet ve- lo t'tc al -i24 ivi e stu.e~ c: Pl~tl.
Iiit I. Jo 'r pwlce 11V MI A Je! 1 ( ly madb
I I a 19 \11a'. II V. u' 41 Augustims
v,' ist id l~ aek-'ee o il It' 5 III 9'I I S u 11r1t1iV
F rr full information anid 5 st'iiij ig ,retce~vaitcfe, call *as
any Agent $*.aboard. or writ* S C 85',,(t %TON Jr. Assistant
General Pasisenger Agent. Jacksonvwille F'orcda
Mili 42 %V," ?I '7n


II


GLOVES AND THE TARIFF. CURRENT COMMENT.

V thih t C'',,ire,- ha. f.itrh 11 'I .. 1 \'i filk l.ainmlnr. k nl. ('1.i r
th:rk.!i i -v'in' t iriff re'Il-leon. rit it -tin it I' P i. -ns th.it Hi- ', .iff I '1
of iintli\ i : l it t it n- I in il.-d r t1 ri, r.' le tient i from titc llt*iiu l.
lhe l (r' gl't i '> .itl j111 i| tillift toe t*-t ( th' *' aer Trage is high r thai li the
osr' im thl f lithe imm oen: nt for in rt ;>- 1' \\. i-h ll.i Tatrlt. I iouhli
ItII 111* jl4 litiit rHiglt, f I lou I iA I" iIt ti,' niitter andi l t t-( kntes
affe iale1 (Oliur iltic;mllfif titrsr- of 4liat I- hi t Mhte' 11 iit In I l-H
I e-'o hl- I a Is l :is had ail in xtr;ta% rdli a *I a: t I f I m ild. ali heir '.state.
nar. Inltuenie- at \\ia-hiigtion. nwit t w'lit ?w taken a n r i litvi "
Tmerel) in c(curilng lit .Ih pirotetio \,\ Th. 1\t ,hingteoINn P.I.st sa% The
for their produi.t hut al-> iI I ;itlicg -,11th ,c and the' Soth oil, ht teo
Congressional i ietigation o .er arni% niatanuf;actt.re not only all the- cotton
contrants and such mat.ratter etl at .stln ,.,'dld in America. but ought
time' whren ail) corlnratil ilcght ." to e.x.rt a hundred or two million
considered fair gamn' dollars worth annually At least half
For a %.ery large rcla.m of our 5ao of the raw cotton exported could he
nm.n gloves are. not a luxury. The uc.ce'ssft.fllyv nanufacture.d h.ere. ao n
self-res-se'ting work girl must wear the flni. h rmmiuct exi|orted We. do
them. they are. a no.c Ipllty for t a little ,export business ini this line..
I*a. tn) no mean- lavishly? Ipaid. Ti'. hut we are sulpplyingI Hritish factories
lowest iire, a". Is :i:s .ce-nts a pair. an d with the ve.r material with which to
it needs hardly he. said that the, r. eomete with un in foreign trade, for
taller will put on more than this or cotton goods. Some day America will
supply an inferior quality. For an manufacture the cotton goods for the
industry already highly protected. It world. Why should not the South
must be owned that this Increase in haten that day'"
most significant, and presses very
hardly upon a class with small means The Hartford Times says: wThe
of defense. Philippine free trade scheme which
Naturally the department stores are every Dsmocrstic Congressman ought
circularizing their women customers. o vote against, on principle, but
But besides this. the women a clubs which most of them will probably
are beginning to move. If gloves are support. will go through the House of
indispensable, stockings are even Repremetatives and will then probs-
more so. and these come in for a bly be killed by the Repubilean Sen-
heavy increase also. The impost in ators. Such, at lest. Is the news
fact seems calculated to set the en- from Washington. Intelligent Demo-
tire female population of America by cratlc leadership In the House might
the ears, particularly as certain pow. secure for the party the credit of di-
erful interests which might reason- feating this vicious scheme. but the
ably be expected to help pay deficits opportunity to scre a potit against
escape scot free. Philippine annexation is too good a
No Increase in excise is proposed; one for the dullards on the Demo-
the brewer and the distiller pay no cratic side of the nose not to miss."
more under the new taxation scheme
than they did before. What renders A new transportation company has
this omission still more pointed is been organized In Apalachicola which
that the only grain which is cheapen. will operate between New Orleans,
ed by provision downward isi arley Mobile. Pensacola and Apalachicola.
with a 30 per cent reduction. This
of course is the raw material of a It Is no longer necessary. we be-
most important part of the liquor lieve. for Mr. Loangworth to wear
trade. If the Women's Christian Tern- smoked glasses in order to feel com-
perance 'anion could abolish the army fortable in the reflected limelight.
canteen in face of the opposition of
virtually the whole military depart- ^At Quickly
ment they are likely to be heard from and you will save yourself a lot of
in Washlngton on the new tariff, suffering and trouble. If you have a
Surely the Republican party is sing- sdden chill-or take eold-i you
ularly blind to the signs of the times, have col, cramp or darrt oce a tea't
wait a minute. Take at onus a ta
They are laying up magnifcentammuui- spoonful of Perry Davs' PaIlkiller toi
tion for their enemies at the next a half a glass of hot water or milk.
Congressional election. They are not You'll be safe and o the right reMd
to quick recovery. Thenm ym'll escape
playing fair. and they are forgetting serious alioNe. But you ought to have
that the days have gone by for that this tried aad proves remedy on haad
crude favortism which gave such an for Immedlate se. Beilg prepared
unenviable odor to the Dingley tariffs is hlf the batte th 's p al to
subdue. New sise bottles ., also ia
law. It isa quite possible that .sucht se .
schedules as those on women's gloves ___ __aim&
and stockings may pass into law,
thanks to the selfish hbargalining of in-
dividual interests, but if they do
President Taft's administration will
start with an ugly black mark '- i
against it. mamm/ aim


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BALLARYS



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TKl DAILY SUN: GAINESVILI.E. LORIDT. MARCH 31. 1909


SOW MAMMAL-

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so sboun to be bow f
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TEST


In Which a Reident of Alachua County Wi

he Award a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 1

Cerdficates Valued at $3,150. Furnished

The Bush & Saffrl Pm Co., Sole Rep

sentaotes of TheR. S. Howard C. of Mia,

The Cotest t he Conduted by THE SUN i


BeIH of Buh Safford.


*


$3,660.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pern
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.


April 15th, 1909


* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *
* S 0 0 0 0 S S


Additional
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferble
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.


Gifts
Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
Due Bills, same to be mud
These due bills will bi


given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To lt I Ir s IdII tbI rtd Is fl "'O f. i a h hi Wr r for..... S.JlUj
T-b-iui .-ifit -..h..rn.hr...... S1IU
To i hmt srm a hi Sonh. MI a driwd or........ .. NJ
Thse due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyor
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upoD thb puer
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.
I mn


How and Where to Get

Votes
The folowins merchaats will give e vote
for every cent paid lato their estabitb-o at for
goods which they hanle:
The GainMeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bre.
Hyde & Tesek.


Where Vies
Ballot boxes will be
meats of the merchants
Sun odce. Votes sent I
to the Voting Contest
Gainesville, Florida


May kCast
found In the establish.
i lvin votes and at The
by uiAl must be directed
Department of The Sun.


Rules and Regulatio
1. The contest is open to anyone living L
Alachua county who is known by the condobten
of the contest or vouched for by some reputabb
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro
pretors of the above-named firms are eligible t
participate ia thi contest, and will participate I
So manner.
3. In the event of a misunaerstandinlg btwt*
candidates or others Interested In this cosat
euch controversy may be referred to the cO*
doctors of contest, who alone are the persn
qualifed to render declaloon.
4. In the event a candidate dtcAd.d to slU
draw from the race, such candidate till not 11
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of auotsr
candidate In the c.oteaC


3- TE ritin .....................
$1. e--'tra months' subscription ...... ..*. .*. .


ST7TUN


Nr* % 'At r.U.n"
500 vot
1,200 voe
3,500 vot
30,000 vote
30,000 votS


41 Sabseribers
4w Tot"s


$2.50--Six months' subscription ......... ........... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year' subscription ....... .......... ....... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptious (before April 1).. .25,000 votes


Tl-ern is no limit to ti i t iiln. r of chlul, .;- i c nit.ta. it I ...ii cur
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.00--One year's subscriptiou. 4...... 00 vcyU
For a club of five one-year ubcriptioui ........................ .... 4,000 v
o l'riTin r i- n, limit t(, tlt byicld.. te or flie. ,s i-tt a t sa .or0 vo
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores


distributing votes is undesired by the propritrnc


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA, MARCH :I. 1fl09
I, I ii


Lg DEIT CUTICURA CURED
WARTAXE snAn
- RF FYF


a (pghgcdfrom l Pag 8On"'
......... tse (ii thip, ard
4ebire thep natl .'xgw'rt"
s pratlic.11') 'l1'% 0 III t1i114
~ whem the' ~atiomls 5(11-4-111~ d

The :111"etr 1 o allte -
are' -.*' r tit es ted
)fare iIc'i"A nesi a .t
V ertin'. \It III hi- (.iiile1AL'I
OW in c iI Sa:ll aiiw m S-im1mtea
Clain), I F. flit 11 1 I' 11.1 %i 1l 11l
g o f -te' ~ l s ei l c e ;1 l 41- 51 I f
114,eqewiel fA:r 'd..t l-laimiel I-t
Noew Il mle I ll# 1.01 lit.
Worth esI:.'-a aI'aciflt' mla-i'
would Ie ill thI. imsilion of
caum-d O-G vlnitto
$14.9Piltiimiti. Sipeimalvr Iv'.kimin.
~abtaket thle' itositi(MI his 31313
b hthe fnest iI, the-awurld. fi.
W will *ee thal the' a,,lcrloria-
w Mare IU-ad n are' siistanitial
eiter) year. lie' Is chair-
te OwNaval Affair' ('Cnomittee.
b" a political nat a.rd. a which
hgi to ei mlalAi h tA Ii ar timne
WO soon be iitce'...'am I.
b;
F1mjimeddt Rtoeset elt introduced a
M of public exl~eediturt's It
ih a ig oriiicllial that publi-
May t' expe'isde'i Imait ahaja.' uii-
bgrity of la%. but alsbo h y*ex-
choice." a% iilus'trate'd 13 iin-
coninil".-1imm"'. commi('lsavid
The exitetcce anid actii itie's
&M boards aiminolwitedd wil'i-% by
presek t niakt 510 initoimincidemahie
Up= funds appirt'operiate'd for -i.I*
Slegiminmate' ifunctionis of rgov-
by flhi'.aiaiml Mlitxthe !-:1111'.So
of Junketimng alouot theo 'lin-
d In diverting the' oertiiese"' of
t enijolo% ee f roml theirj
wd lawful oo'4ciiiations-
march of extrai av;.mce'e (of t lie
admini-Atra ioli i ,(o ciwie' I
l the fellow inx comlijair.itkli-
whicbh at-t'.%out lii.- appmpiarmlr
br Congre'" fear the, olutmdre'inis ai
W 18)7. tiue.'Il-I tle'te'imd II*d
is 1917. tre l'C1ie5. ato l~ ie tIl
and III-,

lhatear years of thle R4c,'-et1'it 1d

OlrevafW* Administration.


1;:. jell; *eI., eeC,
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Cllcofd ('A


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lid JudiciaI.
ebry acade.mmm


~ .ad hariler
Stcivil


SSo8vOtt's Adminis
)hnl~ture

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When 63 Years Old Eye-Balls and
Lids Became Terribly Inflamed
Was Unable to Go About- Home
Remedies ~,-1 Pruf'-.'on.di Trr,
meant W.re Equtid:) UrsuccesJ..


TOOK FRIEND'S ADVICE:
HAS NO MORE TROUBLE

'M.amIi ltt t a :ot- R.. Ii e v,-'-. gt
I **in Iti ite it lli -t1 tet I *a- .I I.. i.
r* Miesei 1 tin \ H tell i.. I' r ai'. **'I.
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rvp .IIIf l<' with-tI re-liePf. 'I l. nt I di,-
i le'. I, t, g <, to i utr f. miL I, et* i ieii. l,;t
he didn't telp themi.ii. 'rtenoi I trrid t. ,o
mor,. of our nino-t promiat'rfat 'ihyiph i.W4.
but my eye grew entinually wtorne.
At thh time a friend of nIiie al vi-iA
ma to try C'uticura Ointmnt,- and after
urin; it about one week my eye' were
conrideraldy improved and in Itw wwerks
they wwen almost well. They have
never given me any trouble srmna. I
was then sixty-thrv yvarn old and am
now sixty-five. I shall.never fail to
rMak a word 't praise for the Cuticura
Remedni. when [ ha an opportunity.
and I trust that this letter may Ie th*
means cf others being cured a I have
been. G. B. Halmie. Mouth of Wilson,
Grayiou Co., Va., Apr. 4. 19W."


SKINS ON FIRE
With Terturing, Disfigurirl
Eczema., Rash
And other itching. burning. bleeding.
mcaly and crsted akin and calp humom
are instantly relived.
and Ipeedily cured in
the majority It rm ca,
/ 5,y warm baths with
S <'uticura Soap, to
cleanse the skin. WIatWI
anointings with 'uti-
S nra Ointment. purest
S and sweetrt oIf emol-
lient-.to 4)othe and her
the, Kkits. and mild dmoes
It 'uticnir Re-,,lve.nt liquidd or pillt).
to purify the Ial lutelv uren and may be used from tho
hour hirth.
I-,tiel-unr -A.n 12. r ). O1nttlnr t WIe ) e iwlt
(,. ~ .%nd .hw--,*'..t 4'. ,'M>td 2) II 't 2. e *r I d
thr.e-eheut other *or. Irftir i Ps irt HN biee It la '.at Aut IlMl.
1 Town i 4'",. 1.*vtdni .%ltk lfrkew I Iu0a
r. iln Town. N-,il .-t, P-ll r IWnar & **e '
br 0. "nW. Pe'tr T1 11 1auintt a ve H.'1t"'
WalrMted Frs. > CaU ura bekuka ur1n W 1) Da

A Barber and Poet.


lorel i i-ie.l ,e ; It' :'l itii' ,riins l rI e it a-
tloil to ;ut1 "'lT ihour air-
ri t-t. ii l hi lt .t ilnl ti 't I lei elif r.
SeveI rl lii r;ia r l nts lersotnla es asseii.s
Illrl ti e :l e'ei ,. v IhIeli te t ln iall.
bitll Ilse i" Ill ,r reiial i-, e Iill i hie. I,uB.
lkrl itlh Ii.. Isha it 'inally. f-.ilrilng
I1 I i' i; .- .', i ie of hiis ue.?l si he lce o l-
ed lti.' 4 .-r f hii a l: hlciin r l to iia ol6-
gizt. :l'l d .l Ielii. fa;ie t-ij\r ered with
hit Iher.
"'Jit i-ul iu u otie.t" ,.tll be. "I am
flni hii la.: nii'V shimr.\ V "
"-O1Il." :sidl .I 1 L, "1lt l me help
you."
le :i ll e dl'ffi-hl lil :ll. .:1 <1, a

Ilie Ii. i r i i ti i tt : i, '. :, i.ith lit'
he e.ill-' l I i, 1 s i'm I In a
fe % lii silt Ii i ii ll' hi.i'l Ie .'i -
ill .ttuiitus l' il ,'; .i-e' f, r l 'i- ire 'i-
die re. it iti-

For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly) all disease'. of the -kin auch
as e'cz'-ia. letter. salt rheum and bar
be.r.' itch. art' characterizeded by an iIn
tense ithihing and smarting. a hich of-
ten luake.s life a burden and disturbs
sleep and rest.t Quick relief may be
had i.u aippll ing Chamniberlain's Salte
It alila.h the itcbitg and smarting al
ulo't luinstanitly. Many cases have'
t.'l'n cure d by its use. Fur uale b>
all trliKgl-t.,

Mi 4e' and Marches.
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t('lm< II.' i.:l,,' ill t i f tre's.. whih le l thi<'
s o e t ilr it ll:.em i all ra tinlg i liad
ides :t. i'l:in.i grllmn under red glam
will grrow four thian' a s quiciikl.v a
Under bhis0c light. iad grolw- to four
tlimn thli.r uuA.l height.
Rled Itl t reash bs l a ln evil eff,'t. For
example,. anIn exee s of rId light mnnkes
one Irritalile and nervous. In excess
red proluces bnimkid:lll miania- lh de-
sire to kill. The effet- of red luon
various ullnalsn In well kuonwi. It Itv-
Ing the power of enragnllg the lull. the
tiger and the turkey.--I.olidoin Sra;ps.

Prof.. H.. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user and friend
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. but
never In my life have I realized its
true value until now." writes Prof. H
A. Hweowell. of Howell's Amerlica
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night
of February 3rd our baby was taken
sick with a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his co iditlo was desperate. He could
not lie down and it was necessary to
have him in the arms every moment.
Even then his breathing was difficult.
I did i.ot think he would live until
morni'ng At last I thought of my
nlitieir rsTeiimedy. Chamilwrlain s Couuh
ieltnedy. which we gave. and It afford-
-1 Iroi::ip re.lief. and now three dayb
lat.r, I .i.s fully recovered. Under
the' circumstances I would not hesitate
a mouiunt in saving that Chamber-
lain .% (t'oigh leimedy. and that only.
saved the life of our dear little' oy.'"
Fu;o' aleb by all druggists.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

'. S. Land Office. Gainuevllel. Fla .
March 23. 1909
Notice is hereby given that It. F.
tllilaptoil. State Selecting Agent tor
School IAlnds for the State of Florida.
has flh-d in this office his aIprlication
to locate. under the provisions of the
Act of 'iicngr-' approved Feb.. 28.
I'*'1 's N'. of NW'4 of So,' :::: Tp.
7 S .i it 1 E Anl a.d all i-'r
4sonii c iiiiiing ad\ erpewl.v the lands de(I-
t(.rli-d. or detirling to object because
,of the mineral character of the land.
or for ai% other re.'oa Mli to I dhisob-
al to applii'ant. should flt theiLr af
ndanit, of lirotl.ht in thin office on or
before the .':trd day of April. 190
Hi. 8. CHI'Iii. RegiLster

Race Suicide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
in population that deaths among in
(ant, are. Eight out of ten of these
d,.ath are directly or indirectly caused
by Iosel trouble,. McGee's liaby
tlixir cures diarrhoea. d)ientary
sour stomach and all Infant allm,.nt-
of this nature Just the thing for
teethinig blalte.. l'rice' 2(c and 'o"c psr
'auntl Ie Sa,,i Iv .I .lohnsonl
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Stemiilmilie -tijelied by every loarent
i f i. r 41,Ar mI sk~ t ( ei frotfil, e-tartsi
Ilt I' I Ia11.- tJ- I) ft OJ IhAs- rrlags
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ac! t i~illiclig A. C ItA A. l otm' at iti- ine'w i'urtm
tIi'- tijc()u 1)e', v erim..&, W hIleto Cm('m ain
t i:,Ougo- i, uij absof ute 4 tr f(or
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Cases and Shipped Same '
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P she s Rimb s Beer. s11 N Barrel
I doeas L. Jacks evI e..a
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al 15ents gallon all the tim
-gela Items o the City.

No. i't. Salley & Cc,.
h a "Trades Kxtravaganza?""
a meal ticket at Rutherford'a

eI 15 cents gallon all the time
A Co's.
Q. eville of Arredondo was In
yesterday.
uIlnus Moutgomery of Micanopy
the city yesterday.
Sry choicest sugar cured hams
pound at Salley & Co's
hLl attention paid to ladies'
at R therfor 's Restaurant.
.P. endedrseol. Imatyor oif N' tcr
I- a visitor to thie (i-.l c% t .r,! .
T. Jarrell of 'Cl\att .,talioln l i:
l bu-iml,'.r iii Ith c.i' .\ -I, :

P. Poi e of Mlicianopll Iy i.nt .
i trantacting l.ii',r-e. ill the'


T. J. IMarlow aild Wifre of l)un-
wa ee abiouli* IiI isitolr Io to the
yesterday.
' I. K. Wel'.ter.v h a Kgoe to In-
IPa. ihel.re hei ill IW. alb.,e-it lor
LIeil couple' oe da)s.
T.1 L'. Carpenter. an old r'-eide'nt or
W ity. is remlileing hisi acquailit-
Shre. lie it niow iling at Sl.

li. W. LivinlKtoni. dc-puty sheriff
k Werry, arrived in the c('it yes-
I I to be prer, it during the w eek
AMuf court.
.G. Tileoui hiA. gone to Itirminig
I Ala.. berle hie ep.ec-tse to releuaiiu
t i aelt few days:t on a business
I --Siri trip combined.
I P. Morris. the insurancec age'lt.
SlItrday for St Augustinl* He
*I t la the fe. tieziti.e of lPonce*
b LeB week in the Anic-.iit (it3.
Mi.L. ltei, ;cci;roiiompanieid lIy Ier
. l 'r Mli,. Miarion die.lirta.l v -
l fur St Au-, ''tint. w i. he .
Sr lit I ri. iiij luriliK tie l oilii 1i


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"Trades Extravaganza?"
Co. deliver the goods.


test breakfast bacon strips 1; cents
pound. Valley A Co.
Cedar Key oysters, day and llght..
at Rutherford's Restaurant
Three bars soap and a large onion
for a dime at Salley & Co's.
Fabian Thomas. one of the old set-
tiers of Windsor. was in the city Tues-
da:..
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Manasse.
Japonicas. Palms, Ferns and Shrub-
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in va-
rlet). H. S. Graes. 'phone 17;9.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
'ule chills. fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnuoon.
t. WV iigdlon of llih Splrings. a
:tit rl:;anit of that place. waas looking
iftl r lIu.siii'u" inatt'r', here .-terday.
A Su ggI'tioni To ala.iys ha;l\%. t!i
a-.-ii ;m of le'irf.ctly-fla'ored d'es
,ri., ut- I;Iue-' iiiilst IIt*InI' II an d %a
j ,.ill -\t r;acti.
S A MN ('u i.-h! :. 1- ti .t It da fiot
Inverness, where he will te. al,.'ent foi
Il irie\t fc.' d.W i s oe il lnll c' ." aind
| l *- 4 it.' r iC w liuiid.
It HIiart. a fuorniinr .scli ool tc. lhe-r
t thIi 4 uoliilt bIil lnowi t c.;('hiii ;at
.\lMaudll. IkNSoitc coitiint, was a li.-itor
to tIh' (!it) ,'-i. re':l .
rs W\V A ('.irltoii of Nlicailnoi
tlIh' efic'ie'lit Io-tnic.str. of tlhat
iplac ia. ilnii tlh." s pli teilc'r.. %i-it
Ilig lth-

If I w% re. eou. I would ,oi( it I and
p.urtlake of o;i icof th,--. ex\ce lli.rtl.
i(re'lparI- di innlier e.ot ked i (iGriani
Ity'e .t t he !;rowii llouse.
li- Sh.lan:i .le)liiioni of Archer was
.ii iitor to )(aine '- ili,' 'st* rda. Sheh
v ill rtli'\ .- Ihrcr -i-t.t r .hc. I, aahc i-r at
i ll.iLI.' cinlol next Mliond
...s Lila rrarle r. who lia., bt.een
telachiiiK the Antloclh sc(hoo)l hai;r (.e.-
ed the term and was in the c'ity ). s-
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SOUD SATISFACTION
Prot' by 16* 5 wloeV r te w e '
a~'ea~usa~e. 4..cMul Ler' !ebtt'.; Ii'ut ,I~ret rth )~r fl
'bsc, b' -ld ls4 tu c-.tr-; & .uybs" -e ..eghbert out bh~ r'
4L 10 lther'ea y The b .. 1.ei' hAljeiejAos and eaul
ads" "Pumav boom"&" a o l 0 tart wort
THE STUMEBAKERR WAGON
sub&ds is ruA Ykaw ahs "f vr a'. "- to wUhb "=uuir ut
Sa ore or a i* Lra.4 s, Safa cn

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hi tliirmeful drug, snlid cure the iusnml
eIbaalit.e roughs and colds Wtill ,.
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S 'r- l.-i,' e Thc'nl -,on (f HiKh
'-I iilj'l I-'* llioIg th %' i:iltc()rf to
i.: % \illi
E. K. And-rson and i. Mlcl.. Grad.
tso of High Spring's business men.
wr'rc- here t, tefrdaY..
If you sant to hand a friend an
'oniont look at the ones Salley &
Co. have. They're whoppers.
Seven packages McCaw's Premium
Washing Powder for a quarter of a
dollar at Salley & Co's. today.
V. H. liHll of Waldo. formerly con-
nected with the Seaboard here. was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day.
John lHell. an Industrious colored
man of High Sprlngs. was a caller at
this office yesterday and subscribed to
The Sun.
Mrs. G. M. Colman. who has been
spending the past few days with rela-
tives in Micanopy. returned to her
home in this city yesterday.
Mrs. C. W. Pierce of Chicago. who
nas ,een vi.itlig her daughter r. Mrs.
II. F. Williamson. for the past sev-
eral days. departed yesterday for her

Mrs. louise Weeks of Newberry ar-
rid in the city yesterday and will
.ispnld Mme time here visiting her pa
rents. .sr. and Mrs. W. P. carter Kamt
Gainesv ille.
tee Stokes. of Mlcr.nopy was a
visitor to the city )etie.rda). Hle ua.
forwnerly the efficient deputy there.
anlt ha; late'. lv ben engaged in farm-
iti- ; i,'t '"!targ a shop
T'ihe c'riccs at Holy Trinity church
toda: will c.nuiAst of l.itanv and
l'.e it>e'iti;l Office at 9! a. in. anii en-
nvtg lr'.y.r. with an address. at 7:30
i. i (' .riin -atlon class will In- held
.it ; I Il
t apt .I S Ilupuis of Alachua was a
i.-Jlltr to thte city yesterday. Hie' is
ni..' f their lairKgr cotton griow-rs' of
th.,It .-e'titloi an.m a jrose-'rou,. i:laet..r
li. h ra;-c'.- a varied crop of all the

F'i-e-r*ool cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
iy- \V. I. l.c-;rande; city wattr, elec-
tric li l:e.l. ,.Aerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. 11. McCreary or Sun office.
F II. lHetter and Wif,' of Evlinthtol.
w,.re .inionig the shoppcers vlsiting tleh
cti( leste-rday. The former is a prom-
lli.li*t n.renhaiiit eof that place and re-
Ip.rt bulUsine'ss picking up consider-
aibly within ihe past few weeks
Mli,s (Grace' Italii~, ho has bWeen emlU
Idlo ed in Ocala for the past ieve'1ral
nmoniths. has rc.-igie.'d he'r lpoaition and
returned to her home' here She canI
now be found with the G. W. Hyde
('cOill.imI hineliK a(ccept'led a Ieomltion
with the'im
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladde- trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medal
'inel ('urea backache and Irregularl-
tices that if neglected might result in


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I P mIlrER LINE

WANTED.

WANTED- Messenger after school.
Apply at Western Union Tel. office.

LOST.

LOST--Iktween l)ore)y'a store and
my home. one cow whip. Liberal re-
ward for return to H. F. Watts.

WANTED-BOARD.

WANTEI). by one or t4o young men.
board and room in private family:
best of references given. Address.
stating price. A. I. C.. care Sun
office.

FOR RINT.

FOR RENT--PFve-room eottacg. A
ply 200 E. Liberty treet.

FOR IK:NT--One six room and two
flve room,: cottages In South Gaines-
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 lllhts, bath room and t!'
modern conveniences. Apply at thbi
office '

FOR SALL

FOR SALE Pair of good mules and
wagon. Apply to Jeff Simon, In
front of Dutton's Rank.

No President Elected.
'Ihe meeting held by the surviving
stockholders ill the Ihutton Phosphate
Company o, Monday was only a pre-
liminary meeting, and nothing was
done that would be of interest to the
Iuhlic AAnother meeting will be held
shortly. and at that time a president
of the company will be elected.

"Mly three-year-old boy was badly
c(,lii.tipated, had a high fever and was
inl ap awful condition. I gave him
two domsi of Poley's OrIlo LaatiUv
and the next mornnlg the fever was
gone and be was entirely well Foley's
Orino Laxative saved his life." A
Wolkush. Casamer. Wih. J. W. Mc-
Collum A Co.


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