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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: April 1, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01623
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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liAJES41"'II.E. FLORID~A, II'l UliSII V. APRlCI L 1. 191TEN CENTS A I1E1EK


SECOND GAME TO BE PAYNE BILL WILL BE
FRIDAY AFTERNOON


SUDDEN END


ANOTHER GAME OF SERIES BE-
TWEEN LOCAL AMATUERS.


GOOD FOR DEMOCRATS


M to the ay Ten.


Judge Wilf(t 'r"
der at ":34
Inc. when -
Osteen case

obher Aed t he
rallgnment of
swearing t he e
moved arral
MIss loiS lr.
was praewent Wo s^ ll aad
take down ev
Col. StrilpliIel for
the, defense. S ay-
Ing that if the H -H oukld
(inrsen0t to reasa at
,presen.1t constitt~tl iid In-
Irleu.- no objecthl, b elleved
Ihe present jury w I an eI could
In obtainell. but If i 1 We Inlel
ionl of th-e Solicitor to- k a- l north.
#Tr jur. from a neow 9 _M then de-
fell.- olbj)eted. SoU~ hr Rivers made
no r,-pll and aLsked1 1A arralgment.
which was proceeded wita and the
i:tilietnient read. In answer to the


argment. whereupon the court sus-
talned the demurrer to the plea of the
defense. la the following language:
"Thia ease coming on to be heard
pe the plea of the defendants flled
hu ia.Mdthe demurrer of the St;ate.
o and It appearing that neither
glft aer the records of this court
abow tt the defendants had be en
arraligd before the jury was or-
ganised, empanelled and s orln. it I
considered by the court that said de.
murrer be. and the same is sustained .-
Defendants except. exception noted
The defendants standinK nmute- and
refusing to plead, the- court entered a
plea of "not guilt '
Col. Stripliing theti renewed his
,iorolposition to plro-e-ed wiith the case
if the Solicitor would coiin -it to re
orgainizin g the- jur. ai then consti-
(ruted
Solicitor Ili'ers- -aid he re-ipetl tfill.
declined th*e pIrolpoitionma. for the re.a
I--n! th;r :.I of If t'!- hr' hHd -tIatedl


cpiltj il defe-ntdants replied that ounsel "'',\i "t ',IIn t e,-''',-rI. te'iI i s-I.elnee -
awould ;ansIwer for them. alld tor l- 11llartlne ir.uaM.n tihat tiel did
(',l Striipling then made the follow- iot l .ie th- i ea-,-. coild te ttried
;z ,l a, within the tin!- It ft for thir l.-ei.tl
rThe. dtefetdailts. Wiu. A. texl. terlm.
.alid T'rlh. Os.te-Pi. hal inog heard th, i ('o a t'el for ldefenii-, 1IIt C4ll'tloi'. ,!
IaIld inenitI he reili read. -.a). that a that i0 ,lefendant hat d pIl>.,l il > g ii'i:


J tll) hi at ti iit -- i 1 ( 1 a.i m-t ettae--if
am-I -;lcl ii tr titl ti(.. tr.IIIat,1. umJ

t hat Iti.t. % L h.- ptldavie~d fia je~eieardl
a.h ai, ta j a eidl J.1ir% vanditleit,-%o

I -. 41111:, Of t Id 1 1; % citl :,-I 'cil
T ill- i L-'Al I I.. Ii -tit I T111 1 1e-ill
-a.'wr-ier It' I-. Ila ii. 1 1 4-41 ie- t )(, l~

Nici'. .(%ieii t., Statte V%.1I M Hit,.
S Stait-. AI--nti .1,41Oil litij r-ltic t11-
a att- I ---1I b, 1 ift'.I tie 1it7- allie
r l4atit- ad ii*.w t i-~-i ~ -e


eet h I I,.- a dict iilf-t1 i llii


.in-e s t t.t wi h ''-l' e I 'LI
, r J1. ,ur, dit-Cl .il
I rrai ;aind l i h c.a-, ( i iiti
r, 'il. r lr hni i l i.\ i
Prisoners Sentenc
4T0i o1, t ti 1 -t Ti- t, -
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l, 1,!l i ll tf |i te- 'l I .t! tIl h I ,l'
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h i,, inl tin Sl.tlt .|1ir.' I.11


, !- ti hii;r lr ii ite,.r Ipr-I eedils I-'r. Tiiai Sw'.ai n-o
il t i' -niIt .iil .i-k li.i the san >e .it i a ni\,. \, .e Il.
\e ,r l ill-t .Il ae -I lt ,i tt' li.t l .i I l-o J .l il' 1
Th.-- iiiatiT'-T i.- -ullnllTteld w without -'iml:it\ ).ill w.'-


14 II

4 1r1* I


Negro Slayer of Leon's



Sheriff Caught at


# I. I i i ,II I


Daily and a Better Game (s
Anticipated Tomorrow.

With Iplenty of Iood practice. the
lbaMhall player>?' of the U'nl~ersty and
t:ak lIall aggre-Katiions llI be lined
p'I, again Fridau afternoon for another
battle. which prorintl.ei to ie interest-
ilg from start to flnhih.
The I'nivcerityv unch are- dissati*-
fled with their defeat of last week
and the cont.et of Friday illl bI the
second of a series which mill tw- played
to de-termilne- the chanipionshil of the.
two clubs.
As the e'Xl-ense- inildenital to this
lprelilninar. work is Mionethiiag a
iniall adii.ssioni fe-v, will IN charged
to assist i nile ltllnK th'e sanie and It i-
holpd a good nc roAd will conie out and
witness the contest
There is always l lenl.% of good Ila-
tterlil available in (;.tine villee for the
organization of a fir.-tclau. aKgreae
!ioni of lIall ,la).ers. :and ith this e-x
tra practire- we might be enabled to
.-*t iirT of ctor pllayeris from home-
i mattri.al fur the- conliinK "hot" s eaaso
w' lih lie- airiols cl- hil (of thei Sti.te-
S i out i tlill le l o;|(ul i.iiura.4t 0il. # il I
I l l. i, hl io. % r li1 ral i:lPa roail;Ke

lli t'0 11t ill II ti l S S t. | It 1. llite tllli:ir- :(t
Ha.a i la. t r
< ',i'" I lr lI i l. ) nil in lt il t fit .-l
* I tlll
Col. Stripling Talks.


re.,I '4"' AI .\t I g ;g:[, i li :.i.. .! .1 oir: t .
ilte I T i* ,i .- 4 1 r t. 4 .I \1 IjIi0n01

:ed. I i; t' i .n11 .i k i ll iltai \I ;;ha hi'i
'11.. 4l1; 1Olli el n 1.1 1 4i,'t-i4 o f h -;"e ill
i i I c (h 1' \\ .t I. --i M i.Lteit ;i- 'lading e
1 tlt, ll I .1 w cit 4 h 1 1-e l:' a1 c ll g
71 -c I l \
II I %i-tit
I \ ofde ,i | r | fof| I N St ItI
Attortnc I(l| .r?- whllh we o.thllnk Uill
;aIp ac l (tI o \.'r\ l rtlllllla it anld Jw-T~
T--' liI P' i ih Tal..% t, h-a1. t.1en incartc r-
;a( ti.Id I a i it- Ia ll :t al l,1ing t nl,.e The and
i.11 I:i r l.at1 1 e-- .all 4 o litiie I i ia re tIli
T. I it -tI ill ,- I1 I Ircriiii-t.iiL t .- h.tad l l at creiat
I It II I .I I,. I ; t \|t I., 'i ;iare-dl .ilfd W T-re re-ad.t fior
I il ii h ti e 11.l 1 1 I Stitie a'A re l '.i aitild -.
i i i \ .I I1I11 i1:. iT t T le co lt I- c i| t r i
iiei/ .a jir ThI "- Hilr Hi, i -r- io irf
I iIt :minll l>i e i e re ti-al A illh Ih.ar
l ee I ilt li1 ile ( .t t'lt ih | Ih11 ll e t .r%
I iii-rir- il ii i- lio. Ac- lIrlit- I to the
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last '-l -T
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Majority in 191 If story tepeets tlL

WASHINGTON. March 31 Politl- sumers' satlifactlon that hih dautie
c Sho make it a practice to keep one spending advance a wages the people
ear close to the ground for rumblings are writing here to let It be knows
waviving an Indicatlon of changes In pub- what they want is rtviak downward.
lie wsctlln.ent are fast reaching the This the Payne Mb does not ite
'ontcltlon that if the Payne bill I them.
ipasHr-d ill anything like its present The rates provided hor la the Payne
form it rvill mean disaster to the Re- bill. as It stands, average 1.84 pe
publican party. cent higher tham the Diley rate.
The, McKinley hill. far leIs oppress- When the maximum and ilatima ar
iveo of the ploor than the measure now rangemeat begin operate, nsaerdig
Ie-fore o(ngrel. defeated the Republi- to Minority leader Champ Clark. the
caus- oerahel'.ingllyI in Is4 Sl1ak- will average 21.54 higher thm Diagl
e-r lite(. discus esInK that defeat. rald bill schedule.
Itht the commercial agents who went In repeated Instances the Payne M
throilgh the country explaining to the olenly discrimlnates agaast artlele
sirmall merchants why the price of particularly stockltag. glove. bhat
acoel- had :td\anceed. and the women and woulens) of the class purebhad
r .*4,*.-'., re-I-s i~~ prices. were b.- women and children or MWt
factors In d. terminaihnl that defeat,. means. In favor of the more expeadve
There- i.- a porriniKg fear a.zIiio. ItI articles used by the rich.
publican-a that tIhe Pa ine bill maa Ia.. c An Illustratiol Is fond la the din
a stiilar effect The storm of pllnuh11' ties lipoled Uipo hoslery and kaln
resenittin ut1t has already legun to gath- cotton goods. Women's and chlurea's
er IA'ette r- are- pouring In upolj the ho;e. of the grade valued at $1 per
menllt.rs- o(f tnth houses of Congress dozen. which Is very cheap. are i-
The. Senate is g-tting them from wo creased in the bill from 8 per cent
.:,-. halut,- and suffragettes. Com- to !*l per cent The expensive grades
I.1.. i. I- com'iiii from every *ec(tion of (of hosiery are left as In the Dlngley
thie ei..:'r. ;id from all classes of bill. at 65 per cent.
11 ,i. It coi-. relroi" the as t Womenis and children' loves sbow
.tic! fr ii t!i. \\We't. the- North and the- same large advances In taxat
lhe S'ill Irotii the I"e)ple who w. .r uiln the heapr grades. The ta-
wV cle :- :and tho.,- who cdrik co(,ffle-e; cr as. in duty upon the cheapest
fr i n iotnn whtIo weLar gloee. ni.d grade- In from 58 per cwet to 135 per
;:r..:: tlh.e .. %i) drinkk ca. The trend ,ce..t. which mans that the poor will
if li, c.,iilainte ih that the- Pa n1 :have. to pay 7; cents more as every
;!,ill iltr' .e -. t i0tead of decrea~.e- theII. dollar'i worth of glov e purchased.
j .il,'.- Ill.al ;rtll(ce- t( K-mene-ral use. IThe increase Iln taxatiLtn pmO the
Thi- e1.ttr-r i.nl; .icai; that th. se iill- cost, i gloves, or the kind purchased
iini ,,f the ai .raie A..e-T in iard by the l .althy. a from 43 to 90 per
SrtT ;- ;i irio,( iin iln i. t.re hIl. ce.-tt, which meanlns hat the rih will
i'llii(.L'tIl. e :1 ei. i-I rTi, r~t;I0l i-r eI ha e- to pay but 47 cents more on ev-
the. d:1 olfi th, I little' ;t t At that ery dollars worth of gloves purchased.
',i:,. ithe ,.,ii.- were hled to plce' ('Ctitrast the fIlurel-7- per cent ad-
ie,,i. or le-. (.itldleInce ih tIhe the-r. n* iea,. eon the. gloves of the poor. who
Ih.t if e':apat:l egaiigKed ii preluurtlion are- least able to stand It. and 47 per
ere, Klena IIK I 1hinflt.. 1oi tfie tIariff ,cent advance on the Ilovem of the
it wotld fairly diktde. u1tp it!i labor, rich. to whom Increased llvlng expear
latlMr a ild pro-pr andt et -er.rn. ei s ,. haie little interest.
A(iu ha;io* aiiinin,\ *einiiKtghi tu la the In the matter of hat.s the duty upon
lig I l l rie, ,- -.
It havilngii I -is proven ( toh thelt (-on (C(uiltinue-d on Paie- Two.)


Mr. Roosevelt lands


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- r.'ed.
.M orris Ii. a bl.< k I 1. I. .! i 1 all1
.*i.d thin and 34 's. -a olI l II- .. ,
>ilitI and seemi*s extIa it.0ii I -. .. ,1-
I ii from his pursue-r- A 1"' 1liit
Firida. who had tb-en iai r -.ih. i ll
% It: Idlul was here Molod., Ic II
I ,ri d h4 a. o having his.t t Ih. f11.,
.\ re wald at 1.100 wa* offered i ,i
I.I e t ll ar. U ov. t iat \i II
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l ; .i0, i c to the- 1 eWhile. louaee
. I It. orl. r o dJeportation re-
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THE DAILY SUN: OAIMRSII LORIIPA, APRII, 1. 1909


TNAT MAONIFICgNT
WILL S IRECTIOD.

pesm e by Cheae adn
lmrpve t WItfi tte
oear PNeers.

a-ed M"tat W. C. Moore l-
a at ~e bimeam block
ords ItU, Usted a. th
4 the *Gversmeat bkeuldia

w e secured from
vwh has bee Ia sore-
Swit Mr. NMeo, but be did
e earnt taim tMat he would

ab-ed tItbe wa eret

O Se wep ser wed hae
m O ei lwer Part WIOO
bel tI, the semr having
ame e twmo stre" the i

e l who i a em4m-law of
) Mr. Jede, eare late po
S is valnhi pro erty loeg
anihles dea but' the
I e i bee sely mesaut
i rather w letes that he
Ssee Owelmeats.
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b-t-H--au tert gag a-I
ap emagext la ay Ima
e Humu -i ma l meo in
to eli evedr b iteetoed af d
Mi I iled ha b es
wPe ba & C gd e tfeo

lim Be Mn SMe Be Stt i
geseeded wri Be trl be
I l | ea IMaI nH Ih aI i
e0r e t wa leolt hea t e


Sa p al i adrem-
r uIip tlMhi of efew*-
bMs ag ~ b bmatl se
i fm is~ala sitlems.
dr the me Om esea ld
ad abi e agOaper o
1W 4 6akeb wies, have

Ha ao ey to Oeaup to
|- e WUe adumr and
m bleg nt thei Idtbe


W ofa lty. a aMd au
aeId lie s have bee dome
-we eir inmes.wthOthe
&Mi m dat has bee por
-eeuitist t that Iemaw
Having submitted tio th
a pep*sitlo whieb
b6 reldoeved im of his awk-
h n na t about by his
Sand oea whle I coae -
feld mst appeal to every
m"s of justilee, I cannot re-
Sexpressin my dieappoit-
t ems to me that the tat
i. taking advantage of a
arl whitM he as.e is r-
le berse a cMtlSmasce, has
flrm the high plane of a
of pabi justice, whichevery
attorney is supposed to
o that of a mere plaintfis at-
SAl that I can ask now is that
people of Alachus county
d pigment as to these two
tM they shall have had an
to present their side of
-O--
A Kneaker
Mn who can see ood In any
or thing. It's a habit cauMd
A ered liver. if you ind that
are beainniae to see thing
blue spectacle. treat )our 11%
a good clean cut iprr'oeu iuth
red's H erbin.- A nurt. c-urt. for
patron dye,-'Lpa inidise.tion
IsLe*s. all tlcer. toaiu It amlid
I troubles. gold lb) W M. J4111i

All Rolht.
Iat itrl's uil ri aeh "*' i "
igrl i the li '- .i" I i.... S'
b hd l.i. d .-c I.t f r I
Ibues. 4"F .- vll i hc I l I
stt's Kcell,* I T in ila I, ta I .
6 luW s I lt'Ui it th,.h teli
orkt Tiule'
,e prioted stationer) you lant.
8a eet is the place to get it


TIE NMUC NEFImED

iamvl eqh Greatlfy hterated is
s Ginmu Oefer of J. W.
McCdI& Co.

The people have already d strated that they would rather trile
a man who is naturally hones-t. than
oe who was honest only because he
had to be.
J. W. McCol!um A Co. have a firmly
established reputation for square deal-
int and sterling honesty When their
told the people that Rexall Remedeti
are the preat and most dependable
remedies that It is possible for mod-
era sciece to produce, and that they
would tell the public exactly what
each one of these 300 remedle's con-
tarled. and that they sold Rexall
Remediesa o their own personal rg-ar
atee that they wold give entire sat-
Irfctkm or, the medlce would not
dt the ser a sItage cet, they were

Ever sitce this announcement the
tare of J. W. McCollum A Co. has
bhe crowded by people buying Rexall
Remedies; all of which proves that
J. W. McCollum A Co. have the confl-
dece of the people and that honesty
is the bet policy.


here is so "cureall" among the
all Remedies-there are 300 differ-
t and Neparate medicines; one for
c hmma il. and each unquestlou-
ty the bet of its kind.
RexaIl Dyapepea Tablets are partlcu-
ty recoamma ded for the positive
re of stomaeb trritatio and dyspep-
. hey are rich in Bismuth. Sub-
rate Pepsin and Carmiatlves. and
prepared by a special process
l perfects and enhances the great
motive value of theee welknown
diteial agents. This remedy sells
See a package. rEeryone suffer-
r from a tom h disorder should
Recall Dyapepsia Tablets. is-
a as they cost nothing If they do
i satisfy.
. MCoY um & Co. are certainly
taate In ecrtalg control of the
I of thee rmedes,. and we urge
eema la sed of medicine to In-
tigate and take advantage of their
ek Lad gaieroa oder.


ON nPLUC.
As hMve1te@r Wemar bt SuesessA
Pl-- Asm- e tm odd.
OCar a Oo@yer It w t ato aly n.
eater wh MWt tM his ee oe the
wan to n e 'tae of the herdy fees-
N-teM rrt Ebb."
itA-m o f l toebeh -I die appl--

m d o sam e rubber were n more
T t ar the stc oes aI a ds ether
me"es aherew w a mea amned
mpefm il Mtased who diveuM d
bat saot perea wae amadUctmeeu
of oeutwri y. Be e wd moy o
ese Ames Kendall to make his appI-
eatIe ir a patent. It we rejected
w aNd overa rich compenoes g ting
ble da. But he had "amd;" he
War weakened. It wu jUi after
thW dv war that he made his la
ght. Be had smo mme y-ot a dollar
bt he tarted from St. Ioual for
Walnton eiaoot.
e wo uld ot beg. bMt oead* i way
half aerae the eontitmet by aNtwa
wood. booing onw or doin: any wor
that amre to band. In .co place b
robbed a carerow ao a pair of pantr
and a hat, lertng hbi own more rag
gd garmets i their place. In Pitt
ber heI had to work as a truck drive
till be coud earn eoougb to repair bhi
@Ios* and take bhm on his way And
aU the time h be beled stubbornly ln
himself and In hid Inveotion. IIs own
words were:
"Wben I came over the tops of tbe
AUegbhenes I -w the sun rising. and
I khlt down and thanked (kid for m)
Ue *and asked him to let rme et my
patet. lie promled ae on the spot
and I ever had a moment's doubt
after that."
Arriving In Washington. he got a
living as a day laborer o the stone'
foundation of the pate rt o'f-e. and
from that ranta*e ground be fought
his claim through the ofl-e iandi the
courts and got hl lpntcnt The \Weot
erm Union Tflr'hralb criil,.ajni ga
him $1UO).40dI do ,n for the Iris ll-ge of
using It F.l,-h biu:r


FAYNE Nll WILL BE

GOOD FOR DEMOCRATS


Crntl.YrP. from Pawe One )


hic-h a,.* s .ile',l at S-.: *% ,r
th ch ieap lnlat of th,'- slrkiliK
S I I nd id thse- iin i f llinilted si :n i-
i:- pla ,r< l at .', I-r iilit. ,at \ s l.
ii. .i $.'. its r dliiz. i are nliilI duti
1a0le. at I 1 1 t
fllf llc M I "'liI l0 I t
The rclialpor gra' u- oif ,liaket..
the kind um d )y thel pooir -are duti-
able at ti.' I|er cent. which means
that on every dollar's worth of blank-
etna hipped In a tax of $l.1i:, In added
for the con'unlmr to pay .Or. another
way of looklng at It is that the Pa' si
hill will fIre the- lmr to lay $2-',
for every $1 worth of blankets us-d.
The dutv on the expensive grades of
blankets is fixed at S Iper cent.
Pancy cotton used by the poorer
classes are dutiable at .'o Iwr cent.
Plain cotton goods and all woolens of
the lower grades show an average
above 50 per cent
Tea Is to be more costly. The maxi-
mum plan will mean a duty on coffee
estimated from 7-8 to 4 cents a pound.
There is to be no reduction In the
price of sugar, oil, nor In any of the
other articles which enter Mo largely
Into the daily living expenses of the
wage-earners of the I'nted States.
That is why the McKinley bill and
its effect upon the following election
s being recalled by many Republi-
cans. Before the McKinley bill was
passed the Republican party was
warned Just as it Il being warned now.
"Pass this bill." wrote James G.
Halne, to Representative McKinley.
then chairman of the House Ways and
Means Committee. "and In 1892 there
will not be a ma n all the party so
beggared as to accept your nomination
for the Presidency. Such movements
as this for protection will protect the
Republican party Into speedy retire-
ment."
The McKinley bill was passed in the
spring of 1890. In the Congressional
elections which followed In the fall
Blaine's prophecy was fulfilled. The
Republican majority In the House was
swept away. When Congress met in
1891 the Democratic representatives
numbered 235. and the Republicans 88.
while In the Senate the Republican
majority was reduced from 14 to 6.

OnQuarter of a Peund a Week
At least. Is what a young baby ought
to gain In weight Does yours? If
ot there's something wrong with Its
diestion. Give It McGee's Baby
Blixir. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-
nes, good for teething babies. Price.
25c and ,Oc. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

A Methodical eing.
A ma of method who attended b
rlythbig oa schedule time, wbeter
It was work or wre stoo. bad the
torgne to fall ui l ve wht e h had
palmed the age of forty. The mistref
of hi beert put up with his oddities
He had regular nights for calling upon
her, regular hours for conlug and
glug. regular theater unld clul nights.
*tc. In fact. she looked upon his rvgu-
Irity as something admirable.
Thbdgs had been gong ton in this
way fr two )ers. aud finally the
great criJLs came They were to be
married. The day was fxed, the wed-
ding clothes were mad,. the guests In
vited, and the minIbter was engaged
At the appoluted time tey were all
ametmbled. The bride was dreessed. the
wedding prseMnUs were displayed, but
the briegrom c-aum not The bride
wept and fainted, but It did no good.
Finally ot.ue friends of the delinquent
groom hurried away to see I bhe could
be foudud LU could lie was at home
In his room. reading as uncoo-ornedly
as If be had ever ouuteuirlated get
ting married
"What i. the matter? Why dont
you tonic to your wi.tdiug' sboouted
his irtends
The mau of reacu.aar LJi<,IJt ~lati do'w5
1 Usu w ellal i* ri i I. ..il I "1Hit Ililr
'l 1 I.) re.:ll.: l t I I -I.I ... t llb ,,.. i
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Sun -'Waia" ale a lering r.-ult-


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Ayer's Ir'.
I nuke youLod ii.
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CASTORIA
wor A nmts and Children.


The Kind You Have

Always Bought


J


wuow

ASsuiWbscosTIc.


am ad ILoss oir Sam
1hat NO W -of


I 1W~ COW OF VWANPI


Bears the


of


In


Use


For Over


Thirty Years




CASTORIA


Tampa & Jacksonville Rail y


nEFFCTIVE DEC. 1, 105.


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and Io-
cal points South ................... .... 10:10 a m


Returning, arrive Gainesville .................


Leave Gainemville for Sampeon
Lake City, Valdoeta, and
turningin, arrive Gainesville ...


L. LGinss, bGm Svpt


City, Palatka,
all points North 6:00 p n
. ........... 9:30 pm


L E. Barker. Trafl *'r.


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS


questi on not (,f "how cheap," but of "how good."

Sur be NmAw Ik &Ptm dI I re J Pl MNdi.
Wr an, l ol Iekil ,rl*,ril.r for I','or anld oth,.r wam, able wvz.' We
will 1wi laci to ndl yIou pri, s on re(tuet.

--
W. H. MIXSO SEED CIMPANT Charetu L C.


Seid your orders for Job Printing to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


Wise


Pound



Foolish


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mISS MARY rCORMCK

SNOWAKES HANDSOV E TH A
IS NOW WAY ABOVE THE 100.00


Miss Bessie Dupree Comes Very Nei
Overtaking Miss Ellis In
Contest Yesterday.


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NIIt. I ii lI.Z111-t' ci I
Ma N~, a Mt c Ir't'ie k cf

M 1I --. M.014.1 ilcie..cita
M k .h'1ilia Carterr.('it v
Pllsi A r(roff. Nvbtteerry...
SS F.A Elr-114k Ill-,11 Cif ...
M l.. A Str~ckiand. Waludo
Mi'.. .I 'sJteisi'ea:aii. cit-.
Nh-- Kinlitafiltitft.401cit. 1%

Nl'.,. F1:%'.'a Stat. Waldo.
Mirs I WVare'. Iligh Sirrgtg..
M ims (;oldic' I anil-rt. citv ...
Allss I.izzle 'She'riiierd. 110l1
Miss K Carlton. Micanolcy..
'Mrs. A W. Sargent .......
AlitM' NI e'rnatide'z. city.-
Ni l-- s Mary TliTigIeim city.....
Ni-s I .Sanderst. Hlawthorn ..
Mi-.- IoiloI Albrgliht.......


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6,005

4.265
3.S5,0


Wednesday's Discovery.
II \;ri- i-t.tdl last night that a pot
i.tttttIiitg ?Itilt ,1 Mitio of ) i,.'. aIll
I:. u ,id. and twll iriiin a ert old dat'-
hI Il ltow.n iuwarthed dutrriln tlh exca'-
;iatlctIl work ;iat th (;o\ 'I; rleiell t build-
ihg ite late;i- \\d'c(lint da'l a;fti#rnminii A
4 l ( H liO 'r lilo li; ho ha lt i --r -ill ll th-O
te \li\la% t ng litot k ch;tr& e oif ti-' j|tI cl li
lI illnig the1 Ilicim '\. lull the- '\e -It |"plt
.l-. h ii,,: lh ilidliir'. mlaidll |)\ i l! .
ie tliil kC It, V iliro I ll t % I j i it t r |
\liilmll t t' hI** th l iiiort. iiz
M r 1) i r t w-' It ilxoi ii .it 1i, 11
I, th ... *iint of ihe fitlel

.>0,< i|| il(l l :ll In 1 l l .. l ill
i r h li 'i w ithlio t a I -,.ir < 'lire, ,iil,-

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Iiso:a 4 n s t Y urd uI *1


SEE OUR


NEW

LINE


White Mountain


Glass-Lined


Refrigerators

Solid Oak
Felt-Lined



Also Agents for the

celebrated


Cooper & McKee

Opelite

Refrigerators

I. ,nl c throughout
with N>eptine

tie I -It iion
II, 101i liv'-.l or C^


GAINESV


HARDWARE


ntwili
pe~st


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0f


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THK .I INV 1S N: t41NKSVILL'. VLORII.', _APRIL 1. l!!m


STHE BAPTIST CHURCH

innIia WILL BE ENLARGED I
notion


oft pos'cIt, wmrivnjrcpar
So lh Clw* 10 tm

"e r Gor othe 6-401l
beri"d. ae to Guist
IS FtU~mi.attcrn
t f. 1a1Judo tie "Iet,
hlt4 cpm U114.he


BONNIE MELROSE.


c I IAi e Iet M ;11.4111-tll e 1 1 11.

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.; Li. TO0 BC RE'.'O: CLE:
AND MOPE ROOM ACCE.

All of Their Ground Will Be Uti jcL
in the New Bil.lding Scon
to Comer "t e


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'lth this \t I r.T1 I.e
tHii ee. al iih Aill Iot I4o 'I If that
l I hci I t '., art l t i.i
ria iI lal i i'o wcl i ,,e, i i t .h iw he .inidi.,
1, Ihol- 111 <'h;ll';'t i- f1r lelctu .r,
1A mtil; il tlho jIi t i l l *l ri i I I lll ,l.ItI
are.ial) Iilargei ti' r mIildiuch lag i. ki
.1 ;s aie'r l and thr hitlditn woliis h
will atforcl more ltr ha:n tll l, th" ll. .r'
i lit ,- ia liig ( wi) ici l a
The. l|ro.l.e *e. to luiild ii : ( c lin. lion
with thi a enitelti Siunday ..'lilel
rclinln. o hith i ill Iee o arra'ige'Td that
hlr **ttr' iniilrmldir ca'ti thrown intto
*ti' large' rnamli. II.-IIK this whhel d'
r.:tlel foir ble'tire |iurcli ei- .
A liiagiitie'ml it lid 'g- lrgain will II l' o
', itHItalled VEforts are now tinig
iadcl to ornriilze' a nimuch larger ch..ir
.uid in cv.r- wa' imilerc\,' the ir\ra.
iceo as well ast Wiin hllditin o thi
',tcinBio iia iti o icei
The' thrte' rollli nowie in tlle' reart
if th' huilliligl w ill .ils-llo t tolr
i ;e a d tlli lhniiliig xieiithiii le d t
'ler lt alidjoicliinig n.hii h will leigtihe'i
tihe' lr en'-.',i t liiiul iig slc 'ral fere'(
'iaknig th.,e htBain IiildiiiK ailtheil iwi"#
i i. ir'.-e'til 'i e a'aita
THIEVES AT WORK.
Two Houses Entered Within the Past
Two Days.
Siiek tlia ,e- hii e' :l. in iadi td e r lir
.tliei'aratil it tills .c- atild 'li> ,re'd
two honi.e- that ha\'e lte'n rei cortedI
to1 the' |lich wLithin t I, past tw.entt
cii ti e e aiiitr-
Tlhc\ ha:al. it temn- a ti,'ial niaii
frir >t fail h li rt1|nlrli-d lii.-.lli fhTf tIr'
thli \.- tniuriit e <- < i of tihi h ,:;t i,.st
hie r. i- .\1 Il;a i- a. lie 1ii.-?, tiil-i-. d
timI llll I l l l tll l -C '' I ( Il'tt hl iU
Too Muc' Hustle.
M uIn :lti,, -S I ''ie' i s, el! I 'h
fanyT. hi' :aies I li-' r lBie i ngTr lhol
the gr:s i.'r,,a ie.!,' 'e 'i I'T,.
ti' j~rea i'2.: <-" < r lii- hI -il tid 'I -'"'iil
didhle'hii bIy.' .rt
A mt 4lli t' r,' ., ,Ti 'cd f' r ti iI','
tim e ill|- n t : rii' i |i' i i:T I" I,,,ilieI I,
win. -- :: Ie,'.' ifn

BAD STOMACH

Many in Ganesville Are Being Thor
oughly P..rlfhed by Mi0o-na. the
Guaranteed Cure for
Indigestion.


1*1 j 111 (l illI.'-l ill' c I,, I -llffi
i l' Ili Ia > ,'l ,-1.1 .1117'l olt 4 It t .c-'Il ta;trl
ir( Iil, -- are Ke ttiiig tired oif t.i liile
ro -.1> it i n i ontai i ti ig -i n l ll II
. -11 -ie i-ill .'Iiie lII li% ( 'I he 1 .- foINdi
,ri it ict ll. I', l' ie i i t li a it i. a e r

S I. l i ,. ii l r I I u eIi Iol till
t 1 It I lee 1 -a l I .l l ,rl. t llr, .I Ii cl
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CURES CATARRH. ASTHMA,
" h ,., hIls.. (l Cupl. louyi and ( l ,I ,.( -y ,L S0- and vtwutil'rcJ Ly
J W MLCOLLUM A CO


VY'S


-of-


SAVANNAH


'I'lE .-4p'u'rr's LEADIING HOUS J~~;1 ~~E


nowI~b~ ready with it# :nwN'linle of


aiy*-toWwa Appar fer Mfi rfWin

hiM n i the UNew fir

Sprig 1U


G;ood Valuepi-Accomnrodating Method&


Ad(Idr all commupications to


B. H. LEVY, BRO. & C.
|MATAXAMN, UlOlM A




G. S. Merchant & Co.


Staple and Fancy Crocerles
GraI., Garden Seed aqd FePrtilur.
SOUTH IMo0 OQUARi -- oAINESVIuLE rLORIOA.
l4gheMt market prise paid for Chikkente, IE4s aed 4 s* PIe1ius.

A Oomplet Gtock ot Hay. Cor. Os. Flow. Dims.tL. Omm
endi Meal ad Rye. We huadje only the Veay aet g
at R1ew miatPria -d"w -aa_. a aIdya
-, I


Flo Svmw Co. ONLY
-o~ eI1rftdr p51(6 Cpu'Qflb
A=V erc m~ w I O )rx=lt
SERVICES ARE INTERESTING.
Attracting Considerable Attention Duo
Largely to Fine Singing.
The r.'iIal t'.'rsi'ei4 at the Itajtist
church wfere. well utte',:de'd ed t.i- vd.a
-it Imth ser%-ices. The-' ipreaching andc
singing are *'xcm-c'Jeiittiaoln 1finie at them-.
ili.-t tilg. ID)r MI artinils a ra od.
htdaleaI. earne ivst and tlotp'lcq w e 'nIpm'ko-r
lIb- holds his pudlefce' tromri tr-t to)
Ia. t IIf11i s ie't a tt.'nictriti Ifatk u:- 1Th1'
True'iR.. a al' a tithmla -trmeig anid
tI]#ct "I li.. ll-M ei.f [1 .1.1- h it *h t
&rro-at I alop o-ire' e -i i ll,'Ihe 41,c 'til wl t''.
tiot 1i s griT iniz i th o #-ra' if-

%% fi'it)'3 loeui~t t itee lot.gre :itl.% uti i jireo r -
.41 1 le tliw I e11 c11 d:1 1el ai l II cits It'o
mid t It#, % mido-rtul~ a. -A

fit.-it] h le eih oL v c4'lrniarfl'd c.%r ( oil
,Ah' hiIa- he-ard I leein The. 4tit.% at
&.- !muhil niti n w'it tit? ma -t i~i .. tIc
It. at Iiit-I- %% o-eet -iig' The' -4phIutlea
: ~ ~~~. i '' 01 iihtc:ut?-m

DR. HENDERSON'S REMARKS.
What He Says Concerning Gainesville
and His Visit.
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W. W. HAIMPID?


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER lock


GAINESVILLE, FIORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident t
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TIS CPM WILL MuT CITEC AFTER APIL 2 1NI

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


Address
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE


MONARCH?


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Md mCa Omm is Mu ll ptmti the


oeiw put .n yew eaiy poetass
Sem pass .

Tse i t to be a Mb tariff o the
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a ig t -is that th tariff
M R, Ima gIHal I ad r ou wi




IV hmm di mis dm t b t or bre
I Im arms uin af two voss



&It ule Nkac l-6o I dhtak
.J -er' old P a he W rsea teba It


A Iamed r /pasis mk trnt dM6
wTiSe oenow dervvlsetIeo en-
i **s-. Aet as har troa tahe



m Comet maes, havn refe h. to



ThtSeate ommi ttees have been
l ed to te Uli vwith taloet ad indi.



iI, @a 1- k Uaio 8S. C.)
R9- Ms We e do. frequtly; and
MOI l when we thak of aome
tbga gou oa la Coage nowadays.

Burbank aaaounes that hea isowgn
0e rafOm abara. The American
rMaa -am Sahara. are left to the te -
d reamIeatioa eslrt of the blind


"The now collector at Charleston i
N tSo be a lie olf player." note
T Maooa Teleraph. Poimarily,
bwever, his complexion command
MI the mst.

Te optmsatiLc nveulor who has
a-tructId a sin rod which auto
Sageally meaures and hunetly
eighs each fh as it i caught will
never die a allloarair

By orders of the ex cutlote iuulit-
toe of the Paragrarphers" I'olu an)
Mfere-c to lth tariff a oa -It)uful
smebjct" will bI. croeunid rd a hiigh
imate aud nmlaolrurcaaor

"We learu with aurilrla. tiutt Mr
B at Tbu Outlluk oarllhrr n iiTh.
mlk-h tuuil T'IU,| llir.tsb \1.11 1.is*i
ably tbers arc uot l jll) ilauS'o

A aur- kilik in ioplu- l ld l.aI i gl
rIUme Irau |IU I *h mIdII mallI.
Sbultlrs U|i th. l r5r Aio k (t .
ul bT at thllought llr ailas *( i'
tisd Iai e ltu'uhrug lst Iii-I II;I' l sIla-
B g ySd ag eatourageriat t111 hi-
A***


ARTSI9AN WATERS O fLOMIOALGr'


F
a~t~lC


Ina s-e days when aorestatkon is
deservafly receiving so much atlen.
toa It Is well to note the effect of
forest up the rainfall. The telling
of the timber nl Malta and the Cape
Vade Island ee r d rainfall
while It was Increased In the laland of
aL Helea a the rault of aInreealng
the forests. The planting of 10,000.000
tree of various kinds an Lower Egypt
as changed a well nigh desert into
a fruittul retgon with an abundant
rainfall. The sme result will doubt-
lo be aean the sem-arid sections
of this country as trees are planted.
vidently nature as extremely senal-
tive aad s easily affected one way
or the other, according as conditions
are favorable or unfavorable.

The enormous deacits which all
the great powers are facing. mainly
as the result of vast expenditures for
naval anu military purposes, will prob-
ably do more than anything else to s.-
cure an agreement for partial disarm-
ament. It is clear that in German).
Great Britain and France the limit of
taxatioo is nearly reached, and that to
go beyond it will Invite revolt by the
masse with whom discmte.nt '* Al
ready smolderuin Na',i, n; may tir-
row. but that afords only* temiilnrarv
relief, and the' Interest oln tihe ('e-bti
ultimately incre-ai r th- 'iar lo.-


Deafness Cannot B Cured
Bly local applications. pa the')- can
not reach tht. dixae'asd loiortion of the'
ear. There Is (wily out- 'A&) to 'cure
deafness. and that Is hI* consatitutionsal
remledies I'iafneriA it-'s caUt'ei lo ais
Inflamed Cataditiluau of Ilic n 11*4'5aUp. liI
1ag of1 O lf 11u111- UtAlikaa TUI HT Ia
this tube' Ba. in flAme- %td ou ha %e at
runu halific motlust ear Iia.'rt. t Lit m14
and %hlic1iat I, c-litS; 11414Is,441ci I. it
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Pew people who travel through Fkw
Ida realte the range of altitude in
the State. Between Jackmnualle anti
Olacsmville the country aplqaro ,o I
el and unbroken that the trailer mai
be excused for belieing that the
State Is perfectly fat except where
It is cut Into by streams like the St.
Johas and the Santa re. As lowing
artealn wells are abundant along the
Ost Coast many believe that by drill-
Ing deep enough they can also be ob-
talmed bI the aeter of the State. but
this t not tru. Notwithstanding Its
Nat appearance the land rles from
eevatiuoams r aea level at Jackson-
ville to 10 ~eet above It at Highland.
a"d the eater part of Central or-
led ranges from 0 to 20 feet above
tide; ad evea as far iouth as rake-
Iad there am a few points above 290
feet. I Northwestern Forida the al-
titude a places reaches nearly 300
et. and the ll lUas this part of the
State make the elevation more ap
paret to the eye.
This determinsUom of altitude is of
eant Imporure n eomaecUton with
the *ploration of the arteelaa waters
N the State. Whether or not a low
a ke obtalned at a particular place.
or wethe a steom pump an be
aed la a a monlwtin well, depends on
th altitude of the place, although
other better, uch a nature of the
reeks aMd disae sad direction from
th emtral aos of t e State, muat
am e memilered. Of coure, so in-
te*llt- pue woue expect to get
a lovtw weOl at Hhland. but at a
wr pet. -Ke ke dwim the question
ImS mt O enaly halved. As an aid to
the el atu eO similar problems geo-
hets of the United State Geolol-
el Survey who have bee lavestlat-
IS PirMrd for the National ad State
1oelgleaJ eurveys for more than a
yar ar e preparing a topographic map
QC te State. On this map the eleva-
tms above te me will be shown by
eatom limae drawn at intervals of 50
at, sad the areas where owing
waters ea be found will be disUnctly
hadseatO. This ap will serve an a
las whL h the geologic formations
wi he deleted, and wilU se the
et map of Florida showing eleva-
aem.


La--s who have thin hair and whoa
har is falling out. can prevent the hair
tailing out. and thick the growth. with
Newbro's "Helkida Besides. Herpl-
dle Is ae of the mot agreeable hair
renagt twmhre i Herp cid kUil the
adrunf ger tmht eat the Ihar of at
se root. After the serm is etred.
the root will sboot up. ad the har grow
Im as ever. Even a same will ea
vtame ay lady that Vewbr's HorpidMe
to an laidtlpaabP. T requisite. It
eeatala& no oll or gre It win not tain
or dye. Sold by lenlag druggists Send
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losses. i(8' of h.Aiath an. A ,11 4 .: -'N. a r
ties. such m. ntlmentp s'.' 14-. 0,
the Ilrk A c, than of the c'pt'.r ,-
twentieth cretury

Wonderful is the Ipowr of amu~
especially of acrred murtt in :he tine
of trial or catastrophe This ha, hr,.
frequently seen and one of the late"t I
lnstanes was that of the coal mime'r
entombed In a collier) in the north of
IDgland. With the majority of their
comrades dead. the survivors. alw ex
pectlng a like doom. found encourar"
ment and comfort In slogini various
hymns. They found "Lead. Kladli
Uight" especially helpful to them
And certainly the words. Amidst the
eacircllg gloom." with the thought
they camveyed. not only well expres-
ed their situation but helped them to
realize that a higher than human pree-
ence was with them.

The latest hats in feminine fahions
look like nothing quite so much as In-
verted water-buckets. Par be It from
us to suggest, however, that the wo-
men who wear them look as If their
heads might need soaking.

Baseball fans of Jacksonville are
preparing to make April 15th a boll.
day. so as to allow everybody to at-
tend the pennant-raising ceremonies
on that day.

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POISON EPISODE.


PARTS OF FLORIDA Wh In a "roj~ C.vmest byass
I COurt b7 a Jwdgs.
_________o S is % tofr", vr'11t 'neM0
III f 1 e\ iI? f t. to I I *rod 11 .1 II Iwti

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II ~ ~ t. r*~ it.it' t*e 1. 1.4 r. :,. 1 elb e "till V11.1 IsuItI
cs.~ livii? ~ i-r %.&4 l -eel Ionief.iq Ndi-i
it I r! its to il lit h -I'di t it uhi, 11. 11 e Ise Ir4'See40 a II f i'~ t 1041
litti 11 11 nc s.~ I.', afterr It trillt te...ii taikenrs ld.,the hisl
tis i 11 ItsdI% tttssA s %W :Iwrt 4 lirkl.-se.,.,
pro'eteesee'id.irIit Fgei I i Iurgls u it I %*roolt v. -I
famous e pit Iw-ri teeflreleold itI le.
votiorlq arr t i i I set ~ si( ril #eit t hast suit
it- 114 111111All 1`141 0 t ds t.r tl i. Jet was p rt n thn e th e imi l to proe-
v- .' ,tio- r' ue itii IHie ailr t ig this sdolist. w lie'n In. 1- de a rdi- i al isuta
Ip. citsie1- W l that W T1. (uwinkli l riduld erittisli 5854 i eto l, Y.4m r
4.11 il %%1 1 :1 1,4 lcoiI tee o, hRit h .u Id It-it % dt. it tI t r e I lIt-
*ir fit-@- tet141 5tpirmiec('UIlsg attqprney U14LO41 1`1hI Ia f lhP
meant to may that there we're xuc(
Howst-. t ,.s re gs 1u teia II Fts RMlenrt erIplied In isth airmititmsie.
to, li.- UIt 'e4- t;.t---. % %I The ;.rowccuttor akekd. Aame thein!"
ri Tan I-t isTi,' '-.% P:i -aI .No' N shouted the judge. A firbid
Inoteiti tol ;-to a.:Ass hk let .II you to answer thaet esuestliou


in the dilploonal ~ic 4.-r ico-


J. .1 Mcil'hlrson,. who turned in a
false flr alarn in .laIck-omille- thh-
other datn. has. b en i s -**itnc' to three
mouths int jail He- will re-ni -nti-r the-
false alarm for Itnw5;. a da.

(othard Saigh had a e-ry narrow, ,
escap' of tIlinK ,.lectrnilte.dl it TanIp,;
the other day while .nK-tgagd in ar-
ranging soaini work on a .ssitchlimard
A 2.imni-volt current Ipamsen d through
his body. rendering him iunIronscioui-
for more than a half hour

The commisnloners, for the Palafox
street parkway. Pensacola. nave a noi-
el uchomn for beautifying it. They
are making a long flower bed along
each side of the street car tracks.
and eigntc.en inches wide betw,-nu
Wright and Garden streets. which the
will plant In coleus. Timn- l'nion
short Talks

At a recent nl'meting of .1
son Chapter. I'. I) C'. in (Ot ;a s
decide-d to erect a nmeinorial hall int
honor of their twlohved Ire. id'lt. lMr.
Fannie H Gay. wno has; -redd faith
fully for nearly thirte n %<'ar-.. Tihe-
hall will Ie' knowns as thl Fanni' H.
Gary Memorial lall anid i to be lo-
cated near the luisint.es- part of the-
city.

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In spite of the protests of the prone-
cutor the udlge would not allow the
expert publicly to give the name of a
Imlwon wbk-b would leave no trace.
and the question remained unan-
swered.
Now comes the curious part of the
atory. During the next two years Sir
Robert received more than 4.000 let-
ters from all parts of the world ask-
Ing. begging. offering to buy. the name
of the untraceable poison alluded to In
his testimony. Many of these be kept
as curlosltkies showing them to bte
friends as evidence of the depravity of
human nature. Some of the excuaM
for wanting the name of the polton
were very Ingenlous. One man was
writing a novel based on a poison plot
and wanted to make use of thea n-
traceable poison Idea. Be did not
want to give the name of the poison It
his book. but Just wanted to have It
by him In case any rslentlflc critic
should deny the possibility of sucb pol-
sons. when be could send him the
name In a private letter and quote the
distinguishedd authority" from whom
It came. etc. Several persona profes-
ed to be studying chemistry and asked
for the Information on the ground of
professional courtesy. To aU such Sir
Hobert would send the advice to pur-
sue their studies and they would soon
know as much about It as be did.
Many offered large sums of money for
the secret usually pretending they
had bet still larger amounts that they
could and It out In a given time and
were willing to share their profits lib-
erally with Sir Robert.
The thing which most Impressed Sir
Robert was the number of persona all
over the world who seemed desirous
of posaesaing the secret of an agent
that would kill. but leave no trace, and
the amazing falsehoods to which they
would subscrlbe their namea in order
to obtain the Information. It is aid
that whatever poison Sir Robert had
In mind at the trial he never mention-
ed It. not even to his classes, so strong-
ly was he Impressed with the danger
of letting such a thing become matter
of public knowledge.

A Baby Show in Gainesville
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Fads for Weak Women
N ne-'t I'% of all the *, kne* s ( ,, ',men i Jue Irt some derngetmeit or dl.-
ease ,I the irtens dirhtan lyf feminine. Such sckLnCr can he cured is cred

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It Makes Weak W.'omen Strong,
Slek Women Well.
It set directly on the orgen sffrrect-J sad is at the sme time a genrl restore-
tike tonic or the whole vstem. It cures fenmle comply it nght in the prive r
of home. It nmkes unnecersary, t disagreehleq questioning., enmntioe sad
local treatment so unserrnll in ted upon by doctors, and so hbhorret to
e\erv mosd|nt womufn.
e %hali not partiularize here to the symptoms of
tl r:ecc'ra *flire'-.t.in mnc.<- women. bu thko
wrj.taii. fIll irformaimin as t-ir symptoms mad
mean% ,o poiti e core are refre- the People's Corn*
mon 'Sene Med;icc l Adiiser ste. sewly revised i
and tip-to-date I edition, sent fr receipt of 21 o"e-
cent %tamps to cover cost (i nasing s~ly; or, is cloth
biadin lotr 31 stamps.
Adrnc s r. I)f. V. Pierce. Rulflo, N.Y.


HE OBLYED ORDERS.
A Vawn ReIruit'a Rapid Rise to Title
and Pewer.
Oue day a young recruit "n *'t.-o,.
lug ktard before thel dQcor ik. ,.n
trance to 'Peter the G.reata prlrat-
chumbers It the palace ef St Ieter'
burg. Ue had received orders to ad
mit no one.
As be was paring slowly up and
down before the door Prluqc Menachl
hot. the favorite minister of the car.
approached and attempted to enter
He was stopped by the recruit.
The prince, who had the fulest Ub
arty of callln upon blh master at any
time, sougbt to puhb the guard and
pas him. Yet the young man would
not move, but ordered his highnem
to stand back.
"You Idiot shouted the prince.
"Don't you know me? You'U be poa-
labed for this!
The recruit smiled and aid:
"Very well. your bighness, but my
orders are peremptory to let nobody
pas."
The prince. exasperated at the frel
low's Impudeua~. struck him a blow
in the face with bhi riding whip.
"Strike away. your highness." samd
the soldier. "but I cannot let you go
In."
Peter. in the room, bearing the nolse
outside, opened the door and inquired
what t meant, and the prince told
him.
The car appeared amused, but mai
nothing at the time.
In the eveang. however. be seat for
the prince and the soldier. As they
both appeared Peter gare his own
cane to the soldier, saying:
"That man struck you In the morn-
tla. Now you must return the blow to
that fellow with my stick."
The prince waa amazed. "Tour maJ-
eay." he said this common soldier
is to strike mer
"I make him a captain." said Peter
"But I'm an officer of your majew
t's bosebold." objected the prince.
"I make hime a tlo6l of my life
guards and an officer of the boue-
hold." mid Peter again.
"My rank. roar naJesty knows. is


Woc~uld aWe- many contestantua ,.tbu t_.F-'- -
1 of general.' again rroe.rsted Men
it's safe- to say that the healthiest ba thatioffp
bIy Aoeuld ulla the lrize. No baby 'Then I make him a FRneraI. saothe'
-till bv- hetalttt h hes a-uffter- fruni the beating yeu get may come ,tram a
Sceirnil. and Il iw.t -llaloivido tii uiaI.--. man of Your rank
tliae) are- kt-t freeo- freis the-Ai th The prtni' re t a s'urd tbr%1-!nP i
(re-atis Vuriisif xttit't the j'r,,,r% .er' e .f the- c'_r a: d t-e rt,
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t att a ri In t o; h 1 e rrl erl e r d
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Patti Wawd Ior w Mes.
Oue tl Adeliua Ltti'a peuliarkies
was that aIM irever ntmug a note uat~:
abe had b h- eilary either paid or so
fully assured that there was no doubt
as to her getting It. When she mang
at the Academy of Muskc. In New
York. at one time the mnaer was
sorely put about to And moaey to pay
her, but she always stoutly refted to
slng until sbe bad ber alary.
One nlght at a quarter past 8 er
represetative went to im ad Msad:
"Madam ls all dremexd eat the
aboes Bhe will put thboe e wba
abe geta the mosey."
The manager, half di.trlcted, n d
about the bowse ad smc-eeded t i-
ing one-half the amount doe tbh prt i
dona, whbk-h he hastily mst to her.
But aotbher quarter of an bha pOasud,
and. though the audience bowed rat
ImpatlefKe. there was no Patti. wh -
at the manger ran to ber roo.
*My dear madam, why do yu not
go on? I have sent you half the me-
ey. and the rest will reach yo0 before
the end of the first act."
Patti smiled dolefully, ehibited the
tIlw of her feet and sil;. "You see. I
have only ouu shoe on. I cannot go
on the stage without the other. It
would be quite impossible "
Almost erazed. the mmager rued
out and dilmovered that the other
half of the money could be raind.-
New York Trlibtec.


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AFTER



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OF MISERY


a e.Gosop.a I searveed w mis nmw

O*WN 11 on *. w Cwaed by Lydia E. Pinks
n." Ie "Ae. hIm's VeqetableCompound
t j knw If lws bas arerd Baltimore, Md. For four year
S of ste r yi my life wasa mery to ne. I si.ere. ,
Berr my he the siWap oa f h from Irreglulari-
S w t end jewelr Costly ties. terrible drag.

ud *IsP manae r iify eswa, nd that all
1gWtb no ppeftres nuoaly exree m*d o
with tl e perfectly tami feeling my
eld 8stopmach. I
eustemuem whb my eBte o given up hope of
l P m I esm ever being well
6b0 "*thme s I weIb 44- whenl I to
Steg sIN *9e" tMo d take Ldia E.Pnk.
686 a- Vu, a mm ma hamu's VegItabe
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riy L At or idr gg 4 nigae rf-lgry et
BMilt ta IatMi te eq Mi teiiMd alt-idy. t ohmd


I U brt a af ag e r-ewtisiob LWibisew E. la be
86 1 _1o __ 1 L u h sWad I Cueamo ponLd It ha
_Waheld ti_ d odt nd tode is
aOW*M a bea r tra 0m hkferi-wrs. m W.1w 8 mad
the eb t1 1 ta ed awrdafesrnt, lcro -mt.
M inag at asi r a Wiaillr"lla lsmurp rme, l tois
Sdro Md woen or sih ie itU f o to s all orms of

mi rr in hi. amItvmrlI mOas Lhd oebod. I ba

I SomeT d jber W r-- edq w pI~se estl edA
tftn h bi baesira o ma eq a w mw who have bees

Mi t r 1e arofm Is a hire te IWratd aebrod to. it-

amew e1 lipe sa I k eweal d o ke wo fIeeli&l l A len Y.
et 014 ptlemY evhas y Wu esu fmrwfrom any of them

to Um II


: pe whMoagd ha idh aImha e
b e* tsmO her etr -w N tsh e mi Im the In .alid.
at a milsi use Sa m An InvalM lady wbo often owl
1W e ga w e w o asp ero m tatwrbe foand bim te gentlest. klad.
wa to a at "ad most sypmstthfti. of an. H
111" O hne&a ti a is "Implored her with tears In blt eyes
Wumedt te as at the
SaAt to read hso boo OW ea m *1- kn twe kuowledhe of waono that e was
W MW In he o -I *o tabnderstrack to lnd shortly after
SM ss ar @ b ter t"ea d wltri That ften lady at ne prot.keded
Sr w m i I -ra In to d r ed tim all I He was furtht
Steves m re away f hi ed by tb dscov.ry tht. a
a -Wan too wtchr T e read theaL *,b ate *ut'rly n


e0mplw"ed is this: AeIll the
i mul e the ie ter are a e-
et places bearia the word
W -Secsi err." sccudis to
t the easier i each per-

d are all placed
mbe. UboeV wi of the o-
behMd the deska -apet the
tith ef a ld Ivmdl l to whom
It@ a all he h as to) do Is or-
lt place the patrol In uniform
tI qul vive Is to reach p a
y hand and ter one of these
so that It is in a perfectly
it le wit the rail from which

.e I lSelty of thi Idea lies In the
that while the actit is perfectly
1. It Ie e o uantakable that even
theL i k is till of people It ca-
fall to be otlerred by the man
is spun the ookout.
Ihe the met elaborate system of
h details are obtai able i that an-
by a rm of electrical engineer
oae premieLot west ead eweler.
a mger who is ao duty sits at a
aere med desk to the rear of the
I e wh a pesitiot that, wbhe
y belg see hblamelf and cer-
ly altobt making any *oveuent.
bas a absolutely unimpeded view
ery coulter and how case.
r him ou a small bard. ahielded
view. In a row of tiny red electric
b lb. One corresponds to the
tion of each of the suave assist
who attend ds to the wants if Ihe
'1 buyltlg (ul lk" nL0uk I tI be BIr.
Sl'e feI, of each a sltiala. Ie a
tto. arI his duty is dutoe aihtn.i
Id be Itlink a cusltoier he is srn
way not It "on the Is)uare." lie
cee his foot on this tonurrlelnt Ieut
T. T Iltle glow lalp lights u ut
Sther end of the lre. and Ihlr'
alge's allttentio is I prlosultl fI,
eed ln the dire tlt u ii Indlsated
Shold his Lerkiri iruliny re\c al an
ual theft fr, lilla ih rtl. le dir l llisTr
Ith b tcoutiir ltr fralu itmu.ei, utiprolr
cted tray. w liehaliifit presai-.' li .i
I as the Ihlef turlit to I.i\ae tilh
lop This seresrr to rarn a siiart at
idatnt wbwho i duti at tife 1trt1l .
d the wruuugduer hdtds his or beri
thwayl bmrremd wihut a word has
g beue uttered or silu uf iarnrllll
oen. Luoadt Anus ers'


A Oratefl Men.
"Whe"nver I lok & II uly wifr." s'
Ie lhuebtad uf hIb celebrate falttest
Muaan u arth. "I feel that I uhae
great dwal tu Lw tbauktful fur'-
hicaguo Tr'nbu

Id-r. kL+ se thi bdy b hatky. the
did c ., the heart whu.l the pu
IOLAMMM&


moved by the ,hilosopber's uunaswert
able tdemwtraItons that feeble per.
ans like herself had in rtlbt to lr and that wotiuwn were dIstlngaished by
this. that and the other utoje attribute It most bhve been a blow
to him.-London News



CASTOR IA






Absorbongj.
'In the new Wnlli= Pyntem a suc-
ce; rl "'

".\ud bhow's business "
**Ob. we're stopped business to at-
tendl e- tIh, illc system."-- oton
'Irireler
The habit of answer ads. that
appeal to you la oe that will keep
you latereated In the IU you arre liv
ta. and prlsnwem-


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


State Officers:
Governor A. W. G!cihr t.
hasae.
Secretary of State -II Cla>
ford. Tallabapsec.
Comptroller-A C. Cruoi,
hassee.
Trsaurer-W. V. Knott. Tai
9e.
Attorney-General-Pjark I
,;I1,. Tallahahe, *
G'>)ilni|miIliole'r id Agr:culti re -
Mcll.hli. Tal.ali :,.c
S.utl of I'ulOlle Intructlon w\
l'I,;ow ay. Tall;ahawn-
I'resldent of the E.niate--Iuil
lArri,. Ke)y Weyt

County Oftcers:


Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wlenges,
Gainesvllle.
upt. Public Instruction- Dr. J. L
Kelley, Gainesville.
Sheriff- P. G. Ramsey, Galneavillo.
County Judge-H. G. Mason. Gaine-
ville.
Tax Asessor-W. W. Colson. Gaines
vlle.
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson.
Ganesville.
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaines-
ville.
Supervisor Reg stratio-J. C. Mc-
Grew. Gainesvllle.
County Commissioners-John G.
Iampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campville; J.W.W. May.
Archer: Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
O. P. Cannon. Galnesville.
Members School Board R. B.
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn. J. W.
Moody. LaCrosea; W. Miller.
Trenton.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Galnesville.
Members House-Syd L. Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.


City Oftcers:
Mayor-lIoratio Davls.
Marshal-- T. Arnow.
Tax Asseasor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector--T I1. Ellia. 8r
Clerk and Treasurer J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands.
President :eo. K. Broome. S. J. Iur
nett. E Canon. H. Gravaes. S.
M. lizMn. A. L.. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H Tav-
lor. Chairman: W. W. Hamiptmi. wNecre
tary: II. F. Dutton. E. J. lalrd. .I II
Vidal.


m ITV MARSIHAL


PUkIFICS


S*SS, SBAD BLOOD
tt3'A iad blee'' Itv- Ii.ifo.,rl le jeer most elf our ailments. and whe-n from any
cauS.s at be,. nIc"Ii'fe'ctf-i with imnparit ., h erii, r .- t ioits. tnr. ihl e in skinle
Itre i srelIS5UCt.,e 1-11(.w. Mta'i'I v, 5*1 low (i~ lii'a.eT.e ''e.jtpinils. ettc.,
%hoew Ciastt a l a e 1) I14ia i1'e'to, I Wi'at*U?, e* atithy '..a'iiorx v:uee h h r,(It' ia a -fl t
it from a pare. frfesai strvis n te a s.r. icri v.-:i, ari-4 -it its
impurtl. t .r.toA t'. ;i ofc.aiy. t
dencce of b k, A. 1 0I t "r11 I'.,t~
'frnm a Veoo w *a L ',I.. I IftC'e h'e
W1.i tit-al'!17 1 -e ,.; i t : e I ;ini pu it"
Wh!ittI I arre*.Iej.; *ze Ia t,, t % .. i a I I ., j.It A 1_ n11 ktalorin Artset
uaP.t. '. file. I t;4 W-0v t.4I -4. ,-e ci..!. untal t 00

T'naI%'e u lirt 1-- eim. r,-- 4. t q : a I a 1)r.. It p *-s '.1 1- n rii the clrrials-
ti,-n :ant Tc re'ivem crerv. part cle' I f a.; ': .1 lu;'i.Tr 1ir t Tel 311 T ct.'etf let
lit yTit&atia. anti st-Mil v tonme up t ic' e':it Ii' s'CSfA`. -. ;. q ne'utitmiLI alny
at c i ei e4.4 "el in the tli, tiin'klga it pure.. fr'hc., vi hIe.alt-ir'. and pernaa
r.enttlV cures FC~ezeia, Acne, Tetter. Salt hcunh, ii :. 1*1 :dlI ether akin
eruptloU or disease. Booke on the l'lieH ei and an'e ie'cI ae!vicpe fire.
TM SWM SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, gh


of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. ReP-.c'tfully.
CHAS. C. WARREN.


FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909l Having wben Tax As
ressor for four years. I am fully lre-
pared to fill the office, as my record
will show. the city assessment hav-
ing been increased In that time from
a little over $60).Ht) to over $1.000.000.
I was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M IIRADFORI.

ro the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
ilidate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
in the election to we held on April the
13th. and most e.rneistly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position
Thanking you for your past endorse-
went. I remain. Yours very truly.
t It COLSON.

BIDS WANTED.


Ihe- licuitrel cef'('eaitit' t' etlamim ic-ia'ir
siill ree-el' :I h : r fi' t- ltim :i ll ea .4ril
luid.. leer a -tefee Wc! -e-Aei'.a tit It,
vtaaltiumc Idit, time t 'ho miat j.ll. i'.erta'

Il-'ctitie at 1TI u a 1. I't w of .alit.
ra'nis tfp;crol r Ii "i%. il-w it' t.it te4) i
ftit-c' a Iao c ir :111 1-111 .. lad Ioe at co


liit hl le ;ihll -mli'h Iliill- .il'1l 1- '4 .A l I .


vF 1 MA% W ,0 I', :.:- : ie '.% a l: itl k I, e t 41 t.
To the Voters of the City of Galunes- I. .. !i,,.( led ith tihe ci.ty *K*. r
ville; I. 1 1 i n o(A r l-.r i c l ;.i l IT l
i am a candidate for City Marshal. t;\ t M;t .air h1. ]':e
for re-election on April 13. I have .1 4; li.\l'li;l ( r.%ii ,
sert'.d the people faithfully and etl'- At- t S S \'I l:\t;es i.k
cit-illy. night and day. and my record e
in open for ilnpelctlon. IParties hba\ing job priutilg ~ol; at
If mw- ricee during the Wpat ),ea The Sun office are entitlEd to oile
has been satisfactory I ask the tul vute in the IHush & Safford P'iano ('Ci
iprt and vote of each and every citil I. t fIor each c.ent paid for such
zen who is quallfled. I can only titk lein t fcrte't tlhis a henl ill need
promise the siame se-rvice as I hat&. of prinrtel'd starwilry. Hlead the ad-
.: deavored to give in the past. verti-enmen:t aikiIg particilars re-
Yours for order, ardinlg trih coine.'t and vote for the
ItN 'r ARNOWV lady of ypour cniute-


I take this method of Informing the
public that I aiu a candidate for ('ity
.Marshal a t the. election to he held l on


TLtek- lIt 4.1l, du more r al estate
business than all other brokers com-
bined In fact. they "start" most of


Alril 13. 1909. I repectfully solicit the. bu-iness that tie brokers and
the llupport of all voters. irrelpectie 1' aIents l.


NOTICE OF ELECTION.


I icle-r mied 1) % irtuic of lilt- ijC4) 41
and au tthoerity %ested in m4. as ta3 or
of tCif City of (;ai ewe lilt'. Florija. I
he'rebhy vall an e'I-ctiun to In- blild in
said City oil
Tuesday, the 13th Day of April. 1903.
for the IbIIrix)O*e of electing the follow-
ing offivera for the said City to u'er\ e
1f)r thet' locrioda. set out heroin. iuit-
O)1f1 .- Myor. otne Mlarahal. onc. ClOrk
;ma! rrvTa',ur*-r. oi -Tax (Collector. one
,raX As. ee. cvr. evacII to hold ofi..' efer
a 1 j riod tot foil,. e':ir aid t iziti thiir
Iuvv-Ae'''.4r.art- a eli I. im wd qualified_
Four Alde'rnme'n. e'ata tee er.-e for a
livriod (of t sec 3 e'rs from athe' date of
their electionn
One Membniieer of the Board of Pubi
lict Woerks tee :. t' for thie te'rm of
filt, .%oar,
Tht' pouling jehace' fear the. saidvel 'l'
tionseihall be' i an the rear of the' nmu
nIicijl I tabuidiln g it K tMain and

TI' IniII. sh;ill ojieta ,t Sa rw mild
aIee'.t !-tii'elee it of -dv fl.ta%
A .1. DlOit'ea.DII. A- Roloertst.
.0dl A S. Taeleehr ;irv' he'r.h% qq.oin#t d
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ilm, Ia.,.%or March. 11 wi.


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THE STANDARD MAGAZINE


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THE IIAII l SUN: GA INESVII E. 10I.imIflP%. %I' 11 1 I. 1909


a


GAINESVILLE,



University City.

*~ ; I 1 11e ~ I. (I tel 1W.' the'
h1101 e fit$ rjri 1 mg a~ %%eIfi~i.%fI~li#mot
twautin i t iii t i If#, m l i t rle of of r-7
Ida. it l- 1,e.11,( li the i eI % cellvr
ot thi S' ISteteI 11104-1lee' 4.4,1, th' At
h I it I c :11141 1;111 '1 4 ").k-t-. !-lrreltid, -ifi
iaid- fetoe- i f. ,rilit % ;I- tei Iw i. n ieti
of pr 'iw i nuc g a izi-ii a ri. I% efif 4f~iett
Iil I lte hoe-if t te4 the't iti ik gro)%% igi

Ini Off, St.1 t K(W4e041 ChIIt, 5 ?i. 'A Jit1h
tfifif is 11% l itIfit o .lr ~ ie4Ftip Iior () : 1


Tuo fo rtiliz' 1r iailif iiI ia
FlIe flre Iii~ratie'.'ac- tne loe
4 Io, 1 c-1 : a; I .1 Lb -k. t' factlir
iitlo e 11)'.n rsafi ng it Swiien. I
l*Ieen r ida %Infefr i r('onfr, l
lilt 1,1:1 ii1 E l. I 11111-1 t S 1Ii t Il t1

To of :!w bt' L~t.'l.s IIthe Ini
T% o %h.'i ale' gcriin and fordel

~ ;uter owh ui r)' e tmildi 14
atle~- rh n 4l-Glll l.
li -ie t filje ra hwei .v II the' Stll,'
ot:i f aiek-swi ll*.
e'rervu~ I to e.' 4111Ihen CelflJI to b#1
* -1 to c le liieNC44


t1i. n of it- -i. Ii 11 r. a. tI lare .1 *rjs* i. fi-n1 4. plHt.'rtc'trr.
k ad ,d c i,-I- hi- t et lirt .t, i. r .eit ,m.. haf, a I tIa lll r. plrll.t:rT. ma. hi'hlnlts andrl la
C(lil.: l. W hlt h <;ihlifot tt>. .x\ he'ith i(l Ih.lII. t- r, All thre Iat r;I.l | i'lr nill .s' of l' avd tre.vi' and
ad iltlit.agei. c.ibll ined Wiih a proe ih gra:nIlit.al Ie' iAnd l i e'lt ir- g e-i.t i lItaia to% hi Il Ithe it t rior of the State
cit.i-i hi.. a .'I. f to make. a big An $%.`," cor)urt house built of brick
CItv atid stone a th jutiful structure lanl
There. are niant natural attraction- the lawns. flower beds. shrubbery.
in clht' r.ro llity; t( their city, M)i( of Confederate monument, etc., surround-
%hlh are Alachua Sink. Painues Ing it, make It a most attractive plc
Prairie. thelt r.il'r s Mill Hopiwr. War. ture.
Srn'n ('aCe. and Lake Newnan. all of
which are reached by private convey BUSINESS CARDS
alice.
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
and fine.t lise stxck farm in the State. DR. OEO. S. WALDO,
is only eight miles west of the city
and Is reachlied by a good hard road. D-TIST-
affording a most ilpasant drive.
The farmers of Alachua county, of &Wi o kNnd Sm_ UIa :trmet It.
which (;ali-eisville Is the county seat.
S*live at home and board at the same' oll 3 Phme *1. Ale Lom M otaNNe&
Space." The temperature is very unl-
form. scarcely ever reaching the nine- T L EDWARD.CLARK
ties in summer or the twenties in
winter. The population of Gainesville DENTiST.
is about eight thousand. representing DNTI
nearly eiery nationality on the face
of the ,arth. and strangers always Offces in Graham Building, over
meet with a hearty welcome. Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
The University of Florida for young
men and the National Agricultural Ex- No. 36.
S periment Station are located within
the corporate limits of the city. In DR. DsVERE B. MORRlb,
fact. Gainesville has so many t"* *1s
% that we must he pardoned if we, ,
a few of them in the following ..... DENTIT..
nation of what


ainesvillel Hi:


One artist
No saloons.
One garage.
Four hotels.
SFour banks.
Four dairie,.
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches.
One gas plant.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten physicila'i.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six restaurant.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
State university .
Masonic Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shops.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop.
SBaseball diamond.
Two Ice factories
Six music school.
One variety store.
One public library.
) wagon works.
1 planing nilis.
Two racket stores.
Two lumber lards.
Onie martle' works.
Three elilvrernlths.
Three wood yards.
4ile duttal rooms.
One .xlpr'sa office.
Frt'e mail de lievry.
Four bItff markets.
i:lght Iari-r .hops.
Tao public hio),ls.
Tw%, ninl-in hoit-ss.
A tl.i-phonen y -tetm.
Ta o hatrdla-h'cries.
Tso abstract offices.
Four p cr-.ie rluebs.
"I'Ul Ill: hilJ hopla.
To bottling works.
SiX "nrl,iix hlloseS.
O()It (';t hlie church.
A rie lit.ir (,oijIpatY.
l )ii I i>v'li;>l offic(,t 'e.
()I,' ('t.II laundry.
()ile ('h i-ti i.en ( hurt h.
rw< o -t t t I.i lu r(i.rit '
1 wn \\< Aldit i 4:uir< hes"
( ite' diIly .ie ,- a;'tr.
T t |:i;l' lv;re bteiren- .
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W. BAKER.
ATORNZY.AT-LAw,
GOLICJTOR IC OHANCERY.

GAINESVILLE. Llasaa 0., A.&.
0" to egin..BIN*b.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


GAmetILLS.


FLrouDA


a mu your as Iy proety, (1mw
proved sad^ ma MWpod). pbuu
reekina uad farm7 laud 3.d his
Sliet of was rouffr forto s. Slo
J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And solicitor in Equity
Re" Ewtat., Coavelameing Oad Ied
eral Praetie. All businee prompl
asendod to. 0tnee neit door to aur
oale. OaInasvlLL3. FLOsamo


-*tANK CLARY.
CLARK &


Practice in


TOS. W. w.ILrMD
FIELDING


Lawyers.


all 'ourts.
Fedea l.


State and


Ofice over Gateasvwe NasimNa me"a.


OAINISVILLP.


Il RIDA


We AskYou
to take Cardul. for your female
trcuble, because we are sure it
will help you. Rmember that
thi great female remedy-


h br cught relief to thou.ands of
ot:..r z..k wornen. s) why uiA 10
y, j Fu, h e&iw che. backache,
pcr -d.cJ pa .z.ttrr J wez
ne .. iray Lava .iJ i i. "the
btwi .4t mx.iCi t Likc "' Try it I
Sold in This City g


.~aesoemsee~uei~ r te*~0e..e~eee oa e0o.o0 ~: ioc no


THE BUSH & AFFORD






PIANO CONTEST




In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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


The Contest to be Coducted by THE SU in

Beha of Bush Sffrd.




$3,550.00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.
April 5th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :




Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Saford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. Thee due bills will be
_* -- I_* -.:* ---A mm &&*%,_ A-A s% 1--- r A 1i&,mi- flms%2f .


given in tUis voung contest as Iolows, to persons remUing mn Awuncu county:
To o Ih w C. t m t fi m m w aLWn i t k r.......SwUO
To sm c i & mruM ft l h, s. a I I Wr ui fnr...... ...0t t.
To ft ad m rudk IfB md N MO is a d iW r -- rw -,..... ..0- 0- 81
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to bet


Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
#or every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer roee.
Hyde Teach.

ere Vtes My Be Cst


found In the establish-
gIl ng votes and at The
by mail must be directed
leparttment of The Sun.


Ballot boxes will be
nmentt of the nme'rchaihts
Bun office. Votes sent I
to the Voting Contett
Gainlevs llt-, 'luorida.


Rules and Regubtions
1. The contest Is open to alyme lvab ta
Alacbua county who so known by the coedactor
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro.
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate la
no manner.
3. In the event of a lsaunoerataading between
candidates or others Intereeted In this coatest.
such controversy may be referred to the eoa-
ductors of contest, who alone are the peraoms
qualified to render decistoa.
4. In the event a candidate decides to wiath
draw from the race. such candidate will not be
allowed to tranbftr votes to the credit of aloher
candidate in the r-.ntest


DAIL"Yon STN


$1.25-Three months' subscription ....... ... ..


400 vote


$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year'i subscription ....................... 3,000 votes


For a club tf five one-year subscriptiu:is (


For a club of ten bix-monthb' subscriptiol. (,


S :.' ) ... 25,000 votes


*,, )...25,000 votes


Ne .Suts oritarta
500 vote
1,200 votes
3,500 votes
30,000 votM
30,000 votes


TelII.! irv I 1()11.Itii t4 l t III 1, tell! 1,#fr of #-Ijis- 1ec) i )nI 'iile-ta tii i1111%'.vvurv.


THE


SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.0 One vear'b buibs hiptiuln..
Fir' t)ttt'd' )III-%t UJ I i b~ llbb t',A S


400 votes
... 4,000 vote
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Soliciting votes by cand dates or friends within the stores
l distributing votes is u-desired by the proorietors
SQ CM4 6AftMa. e


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- -rr m aowr-
eMS o lmm n A INT lt. T


so" 0tN "o tOw City.

magabai., eggs for watching $1 for
C. J. Mixion. City.
L SIrtlgfellow of Alachua a :.
tr to the city yesterday.
As HIeidt of High Spr!nKg was In
,iy a uInmesl yett rday.
k I. Godwin kft yevterdar for
m amd ether peistas as ba ess.
Mif R. Walker of Btrooe was
f the vlastors to the city yjIstr


.mw. Of b m4abvle was
thei 0ri to a eity yester-


.w m lis d Mte ct ye.-

W. T. 60i 4 AAml m f arrived
atly yeasea m a ort beud-



.t. I MI ande-- M M-less
MME th m e eseeprs a vsi a


r we m abut to d outM what
Mnt ava a-s' Ltak fr
sioeI is Seday's paws.
I Orimes HIh Sprt who
bao hWe da fe t week attedo-
e tam ret rmaed to his home yester-

Wa 0. S. b has b rtaraed to
b m. at Mak Sprtig after hav-
Speut the past seral days to the

C. al ls teftt yesterday fW Pa-
where h oUes to resume is po.
as deputy clerk for Putmam

Eppersoa. a naval streak pro-
mad merchant t of hms. was
hubvsim in the cty yew

ama MrW. Taylor of Arre-
a e rejolcila over the arrival of
bae M at their home. which came
)lt Tuesday night
eM J. R. Tompkls of Lochloosa
I ls the city yesterday and made a
masat call at The Sun office. renew
I his swbcrltk # o for another year.


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YP(I1 AILY.Y sill: flAINEm IL ,14UIARDA, APRIL 1. 1.4419

I MIMMIAL SER VICES -muNAVE TO TWE CEDITMUTM SANK-1

Ia n I Will k Hold by Kirby Smith Chapter. InW
l D a he TI... .o....f. lle L.. rsae le li 1


I


I


.E M


Fsmi hpr


Self-Cleaning,

Self-Sharpening

Steel Cutters.


WHAT IT ('ci(IPi.s:

Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
Vegetables
Fruit
Crackers
Cbeese and Nuts
Ham it chops
Coarse or floe.
No mIhing or squeezing
GUARANTEED


I IlS uvEICL


C. L Thispl o Waldo was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
GA geBtle hor @ad .l rubber-
tire b w tor male. Apply to J.
Manassm.
W. H. Roberts of Alachus was In
the city yesterday on business with
the cireilt court.
Plak's Chill Tole ia guaranteed to
ewue chill fever. eold sad lagrippe.
Price 2e. old by W. M. JoadsoM
C. C. Clayton. the contractor of
Jacksorville, arrived yesterday and
will spend a short while here on busi
ness..
It's Easy to have deUclous deserts
If you always use Blue Ribbon anilla
or lemon extract lIl.ir ftavor is de
tic is..
If were you. I would do as I and
partake of one of those excellentl.3
prepared dinners cooked in German
style at the Hrown lHou*e.
C. E. Meltun and wife and )r. II.
I.. Montgomery and wife wereti.-it


SA. w of Monteocha was trans. ors to the city yesterday from Mica-
basse. toi the city yesterday. aop) on a shopping eclMedition.
I a smbetaltal arwmr of that ec- M. G. Kulght of lligh Springs was
and one that always makes good in the city yesterday lie conducts a
general repair and blacksmith shop
Col. J. R. Willis of Bronsao. one of a that place and )ays busilantae Is good
l eal lihts of that plaee. was with him.
his amesrosm friends in the Have eeral piano for aale- at
yesterday and attending to somue bargain prices -among them an
eskioalJ business "'tetry IUpright in a black c-bou)
J. A. Maultaby of (Campllke was case Ik'lor )you bu) a Ipiano get nli.
the Wtitors to the city yester prices W. L Hill.
H. e ths t- maM er of the Camp 8 .. F heppard. who bars t.*a. ,.m-
B rih Company. whiM deM a played as salesman for John Crawford
stllve hbealue in this State. for the past several onths. has re.
pt. VT enable of Arredudo signed his position and again au-ceipte'd
a visitor to the city yesterday. a similar poiwtlonwith J W Malphur'
states that the crops are all look. & ('
I well aad the truckers are espe- Iegkluuig next Iturda> I aill ar
ally happy) over the cabbage crop. range a special display of hats for the
Which has been their main salvation. Easter trade I hate' thi1n ;It .11ll
-- -i prices and tht'. are lihere foiir o l to
dI m gIbu) --beter call and se tlhe'm iMr.
8 ('rlli t g
Mett *a I W- *. o th r OWL *-w .ww( i
h- *oel re# taI itbe'r el re bal.l o. .r he John i'arke.r r,.er.'s .itlig, hl,.
re' IMars if Mui-l. 'Url'ais r- tNW.
f lrh' ftye W'efk o ap l"i. t4r VeCW rthri"sh .
It|p4aJ6Ui. Tratling ENMoeudr,. H',*, d ll i ilda ,a Ii. La i Ii ll. \l.-lttit I r It. t
;m.tTrt >u ^ TM 1.K >))riK ( While, hereI e .l.IK t h. i
i asew a4 esIashtilute A Irnal i -o Wk g of iii. brother Is law \ T S4eaiial-
r he a* FEt R r s*y aswheir h W*will ad-
sw m At~n limar.I--rt I., 1-1,r Y Vt the 1" < ,.*ll l i. ,tio.a l tel.




THE DUTTON BANK



-EW SAVINGS DEPARTMETts


NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


Siuntr of I In I hullar andel Ataid %%ill I...
rtwei'edt on lt]-po.il Ill tt M t elt'i f1cpartili
I telrt't at the' rate' of I4ert- I j'r ammialaa.


I --I~h N~l \ III I W1its 9A. M. tt 3: 1. M


The regular nirsithly Ine'ti ln:
Kilri Smith Charltr. I (C. .11
he held at the' honm, of the- pre. hI:'
Mrs H II McC('ear.. thi. aft *
at 4:: I o clock. the hour blins it i.. ed
owing to the wi-rcices at tl. i.. I
church.
The firt ten IlIin t- ,f ofi' : I
Sv II I' obli er'.r 'd ia- ia till .l .* ,
ice o(ut oif reT so.i' tI to r o. *I ---
dient. .Mrlr J I \Vi Wi rl.i
A full atte."1:a llnct *'e .le l a 1. '1.
14 o arni,-...tl r. |;' t1. .1 ; *
.4 d< :it' 1 1 I n .l. 'ag I, a
lh-ld tfollo ltKg the' ,-0o., If -iiu -
otl. r lI;..C.r;.ti n ;.tt -r! r, : c1n:
beforee th chaptr r

J. J. Finley Chapter.
The regular busin-,.s nnreting of the
.1I J. I.'nlv. Chapter. I'. I). will bh-
held this afternoon at the' reside-nce' of
Mrs. T. It. Strlngfellowh Memnelrs are
requested to meet promptly at a quar-
ter to 3 o'clock.
MRS. J. L KELLEY. Pres
MI88 MILLIE ADAMSON.
Recording secretary.

Meeting of Stewards.
The regular monthly business meet-
Ing of the Ikord of Stewards of the
Methodist Church will be held this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the offices
of Ferdinand Bayer. All members are
urged to be present. as business of
importance will come before the meet-
ing.
W. W. Douberly of High Springs
was circulating among hisn ialne'svill.
trends yesterday.
J. G. White of Newberry %as In the
city yesterday. iHe had just returned
from a bu-Ilnel c trip wouth.
Mrs. P. P Wood and mother. Mrs
I. Ware. were anong the Hlih Spring:
ladies in the city yesterday
('. H. Coles & Soni nave a n % ad
In today's Sun In which they re1ll of
their re'pairiiig deipartuiiant
Prof J K Woltz left y sterda> feor
fMicanoply f r the Iurilosew of furii-l
inlg P;:I I .;t .; dl ic tie Klcii th''ie I;Il-t
.i: 'ho.


Cheapest accident
Thomas' iElectric Oil.
and heals the wound
-ell it


insurance' -D)r
StoI' the Liain
All dru, :-t


J.O. MGrirff. the Iloular nid ,; i
cleilt marshal of Hligh 81prinig- wa5
gree-iting his friend' s inl tiheit (i '*--
'erdal
Mrs. 8. L. Gierdine' has gone to .Mica
nop). She will spend theu nex't ai,'
da).- II that section \ i.-ainllllla l.Lti ,,.
;it., ti I .d -
J. I StriiKf. lloVw left 1 i. ra-I |i lor
a short vi-it to St AugKii.ii'nie w lherr
he K N's to take. iII lit.he f-,stil\it' ofI
the celebration of Ioice de Lesion
The l4;ijien. ill lHardlwar. ('ompiiian;i
have a change of adv\erlti-'sie'lli fror t o-
day in which they) tell 1)ou of ithe ni-.w
White Mountain glass-lined refrigera
tor Read hliat tl i.\ haiu to s.I in
their -prace
Five-room cottage to renlt onl blo-k
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. IA(rande; city %att r. .lee
ttil lights. se werage. bath. and all
modern cou'eniaence. AIIpl to tMrh
" I! "?, (;:. .- r S in .iT.,
II .Mailddox Kiiei-ral aliai.tg i, .iiM'I
|ire taId t iIt o if th il- M ill|io\ .'ei :lnir .ilad
Mat hinae iIrk.- it AIt hl r w.it ill tih.
lit. %e.tetr(dla HIi. A lli iIp iI II -
V.t'Ia I 'l u 4tt ,'ian lil i lh i f l, Ii al,.
ll,,u r IIcof, h Ins- oral,;,,l
it t b I .
v ( )b a


6&"' i Ji(ea llchofficer alndul irctor of the 1ik,
31111l VoU will always fimd a cordial wtIleotie in
our lsnking roF'toii.


*i''l14t' aif'Yiri IC. I ti 111. .iour tee jd 1-diet
111141u' t1Ietti the -i-t u"~dl to Aet. ~11-.



THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
T11F NEW MIJAIRL


..WANTS..




5c


PER LINE

WANTED.
\'ANTEI) M.esmnger after school
Apply at Western I'nlon Tel. office

LOST.
LOST--lk-et c-n aii r,.'Ks Ct-tore and
nmy home. one cow Ahip Lilbral re
uard for return toI H V. Watts.

FOR RENT.
'(OR It :\T -O(,. :-i rmiI aind twoi
flve )llln (co(;tltage inl South .Gie'
Iille. in fr nit of ( olfin Factor) city
%ater .Aptl at (offin F.tctory.
-'OR RENT Ft e-room cottage on
block next to square; city water.
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
Off .

FOR SALE
Oi S.; .. : I' r ocf god. l iiul .an.l
wagohII A111. to Ja'ff Simmin.. iIn
front of Ihulto'is Itank

Mr axid Mr- S Se %illh Iad lit hav> -% **Iint tIh
four nimonth-. an (aijii -- lll. ;a- I
.I tI 1' .l..i ;,:i .t lo,,. l I i ,! .a'. I, I
1.i' f.r .I.m -k-at, ui lt il,. r. tthi. w ll

Sli ir ii T\'h< Xr exres theim
4 a1 eli ilei se d 1 litli <;.>lta.-
v il ani It it Ia- l:i>> 1 thi.at i ler A llI
fa'o r un- L ilh their 're ..,. ie a gin
I41 lIII. I

SvGalnesville Lodge No.
S990, I. P O. E.-Meets
t,,oni.~lt at 7: 3u o(lock
In Elks' Home. Visit
nag brothers cordially
) ( welcomed. R. E Davis.
L Hi.; J. 'J Dell. Jr.. Secretary.


mu's


N. Norton


Novelties, Btcoos, Stationer)

Souleoirs, Shect Picturec

ind Pict eFrmes I &Ia


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WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTED Young printer of ordinary
experience, who desire' to better
ht ar trade. to act as galley boy. set
;I ads. distribute and set type oc-
(c..sionally, and do general work as
assistant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at. this office

SPECIAL NOTICE.
HOFFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash n ad-
vance.

MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost man-
hood Satisfaction guaranteed or
mone.. refunded; 5.ac twer bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
oice. The best on the market. Only
s~venty-five cents. All colors and for
ise on all standard ma'hlnes.





INVEST.





MENTS


W\. buIy alnd s.ll Stocks
of all tl1' principal Fl1ori-
la Corporate ions alid Stat,
(Countv and (itv londs. .



Jet Ieow We Wish ts Bq

City Gi esviie ofl s


Ask for circular giving
ll(otationsa :inl iiforin;i-
tioll <)f ill 'r'st to ill\'vc.!-
,,rs. CorruspoYdce sacCit-
ad : : : : : : :



BAGWELL & ROGERS


IN mt UbItj SNc Mutual Life Building
; isl~:ll. PLOI~~Ml Ja:k ellr -


Firida


First National Bank
Established Over Twenty YI. l


Established Over Twenty Years


4 '.1jeI? lii ,H N10a 14 H Nm I I


~ui'ja!aa-, $.~ei Ii N It I tIta


UMTEO STATES DEPUSITO


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Published Twice a Week--M nday and Thursday

VOL XXVIII NO. T7l GAINESVLLE, FLORIDA. THIURI)AY, APRIL 1, 1909 ONK ItOLLAi A i i

IwereotihefE ami tIIthe
mjat. ;A must.a d ILD. Iflle toasaw
BEXLEY AND OSTEEN 1.0H. -BEXLEY-OEEN CASE
wewt oo hi m am.


FACED JURY OF PEERS A"mahel' e COMESTO SUMEN
N_ ti. _en__ _dulol ltL te


sat am the b ry r s we r t .



Mt oOyA MIessme a.W r,. TrUboy Otoe ad W. A. Bsle. a A. "bart*rei S b Dw i 3
"em Tmlhse aft* m: ehrlpWgwk the medr of W. H. ped0.
Clre monm eve Ma MorelandstHighopium b86Is set. The emaliaoafsg 1h096 -1-a**%"
mearat 9 .'s pm uato weea deas a s dime. vs. thea Iwa aSU en eiad. ss .omal f- le
iorin f iriday eve ajue TU *AV P e nme. *asO at a.. T. K. -as~ a Ib a s- a- rost sow be

6 t thare was o ly a s mall a er of we wif tspedl emadre-a and w a te SlaW ILKA. .80 3raS. adtoas
the mart.beri ,,ammyEmA*ethe ,bliwbe mag eIn &M rbthe6so6.w-I
The foluwlag was the patHit ry u oof the seveaty-vee eialumem The defteme Me d W. D -* POO"ash100114 md
draw for the waak: J. .I Jobase. adm ftrm tOhe e ftes wh h to M W. P. NMseley. L SOrW r wa -a-4 4 D b ^ftto
T. M. Griffl, W. AlWp. 5. 8. F.ar- tAt a Jury ia the case of M. A. Bes .er aseM. 0. L. easterR. I. V. Ctet 00L m I ht i O" 4 W r aosm
0de. J K TRts.L K. A. SIrk. 3. Bhor saL Traby Ostees, the two youag sad W. P. NelAod wo naled toa *de awomes eei ge t, .a
Basshasht, T. 0. ars, W. C. Kle- whf mem shargld wift th murder order to 11 the boa. Mr. MeLdat V *a0 0It ft W f t r we djW
emd. W. P. Momutr, IL. larti. A W. of W. H. Norlad at Hlgh springs: emsednt emf ui e a er I e e0 0 o1 MHiMvl $y as at |l
Craig. The hert tha t 8. F. J. H. Law. J. M. Hals. C. H. Neal. espylag ms titials te Nt* as lotwa. ft6 61mM004dh adA wI W
Harde aM d H. Martin wee set to T. K. Geoideyo W. McDwaM, B. M. Ishedd t- aFsuas. Coll e tarwe a em-- i -Met doe b..d
be fead tothe usty. sadt th eort Teach, L Klaney. a J. Comes. M. lasacI em smnt at r61 i m the pmat jry wMa Wi ownBd
*eased MeSSrs. Strak. Crali and A. Plekett. 0. L. a sterW. a W. tos m ot te deo a dl t. 0. S Bak6er b eI S b e itI soM
Magva. W. P. Mcard. r. Collm. 0. a. Baily. was called. W. Clark a toodt ad tlea of the SudoMin to e Stl ao&
A _special vemire of sx was Ordered J. L. Jameson. I Atwater. Poret or eam having Ated epi em as to or Jr f ra M w-- da. "
semome to complex the jur. the Thomaa, Jr.. W. Barry, J. L-. Stok he g lt or asoaese of0* (ee 4t pat ohaegsd, g qu *
aritff making rtar of0 same as fo1- A. J. Peaster. H. 1. Rosemberger. A. at J. lamesU s ed a s reply ad sI hr aawl
laws: W. D. Fagan. W. L Gore. D. A. B. Pegle. 8 MI asm. Geu. Gl iason. d by late. A. .Feaer u wa I p t wt ad the
obertso Baird, C. A. W. Thomas. T. L atthlews, F. D. lHeter. lam was. chalked by the tal. A. SB. aMl a. o te Is ar m t 40
M. &. Phier. Rogers. J. D. MePaddea. T. R. Cain Pea ale. Tqualed. a aeI e emii aas wtaarI ag -I vhead 't or Nd'
The State announced ready in the T. C. 0cot. T. A. OLI W. P. Hines. r A. Pte ott. m agers Ra lMed gality. I dea mt r __ ___d a
Sof Charie Trapp, charged with Dyes, J. H. Hoular. C. B. Navs. nd the State agaa lm Idere the weaM aa ear ag them.r
murer. Judge Carter. of counsel for J. H. Holly. Ja. W l. Bolare. J. panel. Cal. StrI ilg l M e the d
defense. asked for a continuance on Starling. J. Cruaptom. Pabian Than. At this jmetare Wa 'Jr a Ifead- ie p ea .
aecoaut of the sickness of a material as. I.H. Gay, R. L Polk, J LW. at asked i retire a ew l"The d u dam V A. laJL
witne, sa attachment for whom had Peacock A. H. Hill Brown. moments to conifer abt the ease, sad Tart I thM heaod-
ta med lat. The Judge postponed Tbho. Baker Hlas. wl other. C. N. which wa granted. it tahem lbetan 11:g Me -a: U-amen n" updll a
actio a the matter pw dJr4 propr Dell. E. T. Headersa, R. L. Bair o'elor. rJury b. booa aael .oIDn. o a Ba i
retar of e attacuet by a raeu l- J. eville. L. Tearwood. W. D. Cu.Isel and defeamats returned l sad swerm to try a m a aat awmt .
ly appoloted deputy sheriff. only a Dukes, B. Ivluagsto. Oo. laler. a few LLomets, whe t cou. t x- jSUry lia s II si i am'y sdt it or
verbal return of non-service W. To- C. Bradshaw, a W. T. esnut. eased 0 L PFs ter or e ae. T. C. that they have "bes laed ib jp ar
caMat of sickness having been made Ulbbons. .rank eloaes. J.. U.Aott quali ed. M. S. Pifer was opm n saM l arg Satd re eat I t '
by Mr. befleld. who was et a regu- R. H. Duke. R. G. Zetroer. R. C. How. exessed for cause. Dyes took his have a wardle of said jry sa dath
arly sworn deputy. ers. Shade Osteen. T. B. Horn. F. T. seat In the jury bot. The Mas Ite t subm a t to a oeart c awher hy agi ai y I
Robert Scott. colored, charged with Rutherford. John Y. Fleming. D. d.ered the jury for the third time. be reared to makI e ay ather b^g ag a
drap upoaltl or a swter 8uu'Hnl J. ICropto~ll1 Thorn At Isdie te st ',w 1 1 ry a; aCeI ,"








rape upo a little colored irl at Thomas W. M. tch. P. B. H. Dud- The defase excued 0. B. al;ey. lkr aner to aM ia tlU. h it s
Alacbua. withdrew his plea of r ot leJ. V M lartaan. Wm. J. Aiken Ap- ainJ. H. M oMs was called ~ .cow ellor Rivers mmrs to Io L -
*. uily and plead guilty to assault petos F easle KF. ill. W V. pleted the panel of twelve, whrch was of d as a follows: aa
with intent to commit rape. c ll. for the fourt time tendered by e o. Now C. Uet te Staote. y I J. I Di>
Court then took a recesl matil 2 The court excused Messrs. Atwater. licitor Rivers. R The defeme exacuased ** tt Att sad din d to -" i
p oa. Matthews. Hines. arry. Sto. T kes Bo t a. l all, and James RalerIon was ei- est ayth ea adm d
Aftorneeota teis. so n. Rout enberr J er. ter Davli. E D. called bsd ual f a tl Al a tla, e r of se Lo t1or Iof d--r .n h-----i
The afternoon sessIlo of court was Thomas. Law. McDowall. T. A. Gay. the State Solcitor. who tendered tthe 'Tht sad plea -a at .dt ..- sM-. .-S.j.
' old of interest. Court was adjourned Pearce Thomas. Crumpton. MIsoma. panel once more The defease ex facts to hal tgh f rther p d ,- > -
a few minute. after begin called to Williams. Osteen. Ell.a. DeLoach. Pa-o ased Mr. Ra. lero J. l Starlag Is t ito et m d asks that the amlCe .
orderr until 9 o'clock Tuesday mornalt. cock. Livrntone Ileville and Mcad- aala V. completed the twdve mel wher a he dwroou sad mb:"
for which hour the Casem of the State den, while Messrs. Cain. Baker. Itoul a recess was takes atU 2 o'lock The *i a a1 itt, withet (



Negro Slayer of leon's U-^~ Mr. Rwscvdt L
%Court thm took res Ultll | The curt xcusd i Atr. Idtor e ida rs. w Thre ijoied by wC Utaadl i ito s 4al






SheriffCaught at Last:: z^a On thhevuld i1 As u \
Soo, wrMl, THolly. a bia lf Thoalll toor. hi placp r p y
Sad madt e up the twlve bat a d.
THOMA8VILLE, Oa. March l 3.- carried to T nallahse5 mathi they were fen exercised Its right ard excused PNTA DL OAoA. ISLAND OP adt e- --- ah
elink Morr is the segro who killed served J. W. Alsop J B. H. Gay waa *al ed SAO MIOUuL THo LAORuM Narek P Paertagma radt Ifth
kIlln Idorrl. Ule eq~rbo whoklled ncrvc~ t J. W. ,4Liolp. J. IJ. X. (J41 Wl ,Jk Ide J&OadOUnL, H ru- yc- OYY wovaII mo


Sherll Langasoo of LoM county. For- Morris Is a black negro. rather tall and excused by the State eause e i -TWieet"mHeah i Hie w ar huwt6
Ida. last week. was captured tarly ye- and this and 3U years old He is very was prejudiced agaist crcurmtantial 01 of th R see a~
terday mornlln at Coolidgel. n this quiet and seems exhausted by the lon evidence. R. L. Polk was excused by former Presidea Thleedl Roosevelt sho tinJg oedtm iad g a 1s
county. and is nl jail here The cap run from his pursuers A posse from the State. which exhausted ellht of aboard. arrived here l s peatedl at birds of aw dUIrest --.
ture was made by Deputy hberif Reb Plrorida. who had been pursuing bhl Its ten rialleages. I o'ckok yesterday m-ralm l T hee
burst of this clt). lailiff Dullar of with dogs. was here Mooda) but re A. G. Hill qualled. ad C. A. W. sel stopped bkel to give Mr. Rouse- Mr. resvelr s Amisrai
ready y county and W H Moncrion and turned home. having lost the trail Thomas was excused by the defense *lt aln olportuLtty of seerta the PAhl. MaeMR I3.-A Ispa l
.Joe Putter of Coollidg. A reward of 1 .100 was offered for I. rouwn quallded. and W C Klin beautull scenery of the island tlh patch tfro Rnwe asla Gual sag
Murri' father-inlaw. George Stu- the arrest of Morri Gov. anlthb ir- id was excused by the defense, I ts spring and gardess. There was ex-Presidat Ree'se k alia d i
art. liern at ('ooli4e g and llpult>) Reb ed e-terday afternuol Uj bold Mour- dnr) letcher being called to theI g t exciteLment aioNg the p people. asllhat beard the e r
hurs bad beard that tb. netlr. was ri. until rt'euiition paIpers were ro box A B. Peagle %as excused by all of whom we re eager to obtain a brlg. eaaigrated fro Italy to 1
headed for that place u lith Iirll (' aI..d froum the ( uGeruor of lorlda the defeu*e, and (' M 1liI was called llaDlny of Mr Rooevelt York with his s. The h1i r Wl
Dollar he we-ut up Mondau to be. on uid qualIed. whereupon A 0. Hill Mr. Rousevelt cam ashor at 10 deported as a da gears a ser Sad
the lookout for hinm Mouda) night Negre Will HavW QuOck Trial. vaate.d his, sat at the request of te .icocwk In the mornial. A large crowd Toetl alppoaAld ato le lWho Ml s
Morris as sern to I teuer turt's TAI.IAIIAMgE.r Via. March 31 defte-u V M Yarwood qualtl.rd Ass*mbltd at the doik and gave his to hawve ti rr depr M
uuse but the oicer. decidedd uot to ,o. (;llbrlst forwarded requl.sition and the State a iL tendered the gpau B Uoati lie was greeted by I O Wcded This appeal & at W s Ia
attempt bih arrest until da Illhi IMaIwrb for Mink Murrl., negro slayer e., but *he defelbe broke It by es- ward A Creemy and Williaml W. answer. but ali TUh we IWW
WIth Moucruu and 'ultter. tIb) Iurthd fIHhirl W M IlAuiat,. at nouon u.i Ftaban T oas, whereupoes W ~ichoeulls. rebo"crtV the Ameriesa formed that PreWat e in ew =WI
d the houub all lght S Lo after rIra) toG ( S lth and b) srer I ldkes l% caled and also exa us 4 o-on.ul and vkie-consul at St MichaMl. t laterfere II a agioAr Aggg
da)lllbt tbhe ) dealnitde d adults ane. requertedd (Go% sith to ha bt the b the, der-fuu (' Itradshaw w .. ith whom be drone around Posutsa g to the diqp&k,* T t SM dbmi~
aaad atuart upteyed thed dou and Ile- ,ri wer detanlld at Tabuiua ailll r Ub.ed for cIaue ,ad W T bChes'ut ll ads in a un auoaobet e I Ult it rejelt hibs s W ad mb
thtall ils Morrias ra fouunrd quirll hll, requeart dal Irantld called and e'cu ei fuor like u- trip. Mr Roosevelt was waseompaie d the steer a.g.ar. R o~
seplung and rhea awakruend heui ade Arragreumet arr bring NNad. for a I Gibbualsn was e xe*.. fur cas. and by the saembers of his party Iag w a the Aln dW Ng a
Io rlsta cll eat all to thee oflkcarer .ied) talI (r Ikhbrst having K Ii i uke wascalled anl q~uali ed The Hambg b H team ount of Pve t wished t ih l lis -& ia t
Hie as brought llto Thw abiller )ra mu otrd judge iI H Palmer of but (' M Dell st"Ad aside Cpm pOr. eIl GOds 8t II:30 o'leok yesteedy WSWt o fMr SO ___ 00
terday morning ad odad nl Jail l. ake ('It) Idge' of the third circuit emptry ciilnge by the duhfeedat. ,oiara'I Hor at oern ex ppisg plae Is iegy, h7'lb M~IS M.%.. .s
where he will be kept until relqulsiton to bold for that pluri ae a pecril ter a k 10 Z el-er was uedl by Le b01blar where ahe Iw T rurda. g ear T W Of t 0 ae
.. t ITallah -- 00 o Iwr H a U sall Mr. al a# Ow Usuaus sd Pl a Wi
papers can be obtained from the Gov- of court to be covsened at Talaaa-ai aseat NWa) Me was g i aa t .
srerw of Vlorida. as be refuews to be{Oee. Monday. April S .-C -







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(AINESVILE, FLORIDA. THlURI)AY, APBIL 1, 190


ONK DOLLAR A Yk&I


ware. lBa~r* Iatrumaand Apeton

BEXLEY AND OSTEEN "e- -- BEXLEY-OSTEEN CA
wer to hies mat..

FACED JURY OF PEERS ""' COMES TO SUM
D JURY OF. The two prisone rs th-ir
ats at tlhe bar. r wadd ee
af Oesm unotberof the ther deftmint, -J w
kItrd W.LIfhdul. wtb
sem; athe Sebshase i W.
MONAY'S PsesmlMo vL M Tmbrey o s a d W. A. a. l a D. A. -ebltndO do tsm: le S iell*msd Wto wao "
.111 Tmkym go shrWgn: with th ardera of W. H. p@ael.
..t .. em"t rem.. Maemy Moreland St RIO so. N. got- Thecai. go a..se. .. .h .. .,s n ,A. -kM-as ,4
ea4ralg at 9 o'elok pron.am to a id. elm vear was dea tWe e SO Vn
Jm'mmt of PrUay avesl. JT TUesAY't P C-ss -e-m- a do&.t a U~e. T. K.L G V ws s rsb adriemsed do me"a M Ma
VI1, Uhut' RamMy a" So1lictor Cireait couat -a-mM d Tuesday dimebd be mua te dM met bel0w e Me 14 th m e aa*
Rvrer were t their respective places. NOW at t o*dock the rei n **ul B ets l p bInotal m 1I. Sa & < WMofd o f t
but three was only a mall amber of well USe with special remir"mes a"d w *e*Wa A. it he t a" b
*petat's present at the speal of spectators. Picket competed Jry oftwelve 9ow
the coart. Sheriff 3ansey made the follewi as tSedes hby Se StMa. MIS S lE4 N1bo %ewt
The fola was the peit Jury retrm ff twhe evety-ave veair -e The defense exsesd W. D. PM is. M m "*bl ip sid
drawn for the week: J. .L J0oa d -aw m fl the be tfrm whteh to aw W. P. MetonelY. IL blrd wa ewd sa wN t N iM mu L
T. M. Grifln. J. W. Alop, 8. r. Hart. et a Jry l thw ease of M. A. Be-. to ea ss. Peaster, L W. ( olt 0ols.rls e1u S.t la r "
dee. J. K. Tuts. LA. Streak. L 8. ley sad Traby Outees, the two young and W. P. Meland were calwde t he defetm adtdea"d itoe -e e
Bauknlht. T. 0. San, W. C. IKb- whito me charged with the murder order to AU te hoe Mr. McIAed wasit Ii amet o -- _, Mw
cald. W. P. Moele, NM rt., A. W. ef W. H. Moretamd at High Springs: excused e- aoent of m ero tis meA to e M l
Cral. The asiMrl reOPr that 5. P. J. H. Law. J. M. Halle. C. H. Neal. copying his tlatils the lIt fu rn ee lnIM i fIne g--- "M f
Hardee ad H. Martin were not to T. K. Godbey. W. 8. McDowall. B. M. telod the at-M es. P. CeRa ws tarpmm eWam N ti l et he
be fosnd to the coNty, ad tth e mrt Teach. L R. K. lny. J. Co. M Cqls. K t.1t q a lseso t `of relatle,,i6 the preasst ry woo as o r -as &f|a
eeu d Meem rn. truak. Cr a ad A. Plekett. O. L Veaster. R. W. Qrk to O*. Qor. to e e the deeaat.O.1B. Le ytor b taflo. ft W I2 th 0 t 1 ond
Magm. W. P. MceILo. F. CeUIa 0. B. Bailey. was elate. I. W. Clark teeod aslde tion of the S r to ftgf taa@e gil-b. .
A special velre of six was ordered J. L. JamesMo. P. RB Atwater. Pearee fcr ease, having ied epiale as to a Sw or )s" rm a I. V hea is
ewnuomed to complete the jury. the Thomas. Jr.. W. H. Barry. J. L Stoke% h guilt or inocence of "q id4 eak -: M0o46"9, c0 ~ W $r i"v"rs mi4h
abtw I maknla retrs. of M ae fol- A. J. PFeaster. H. l Roseberger. A. *ats. L. Jam se tas aed ad a reply iso a~s r te t a"2&.,' I=
-lows: W. D. Pagana. W. L Gore. D. A. B. Peagle. 8. M. Mixson. Oeo. Gleason. excused by the tate. A. J. Pfaster which was pmseis wa Mad thsj
Robertson. K. Baird. C. A. W. Thomas. T. L :at!l'ew-. F. i. !tester. Satm was eluchalod by the lteo. A. B. inditma I a. nIm -. too $ *1f
M. a8 Philf. Rogers. J. D. MePadden. T. R. Cain Feagle qualUled. The State exsesed o j &esa a whether g y or l m'1
The State aMsounced ready In the T. C So-t. T. A. iOay. W. F. Hines. il. A. Plckett. Sam Repes qa Ile d gltthy. dledim aits repliMd at 4 a
ase of Charle Trapp, charged with Dyeas. J. H. Ioulware. M. B. Davis. and the State agalt tendered the would a-swer our them.
murder. Judge Carter. of counsel for J. H. Holly. Jas. W .Houlware. J. E panel. C01. tilM thi md1, th l aIed
defense, asked for a continuance on Starling. J. E. Crumpton. Fablan Thon' At this Juncture counsel '.a lefendja i pa.
amount of the sickness of a material as. J. B. H. Gay. R. L. Polk. J. W ants asked perm is. to retire a few "Tbe de fsimmda g* A. *
witeMs, an attachment for whom had Peacock. A. G. Hill. M. 8. Brown. moments to eonfer" aoft the ease, Mad Tser Vlmat be ld 'I
been sued out. The Judge postponed Thom. ltaker. Henry Fletcher. C. M. which was grated. It then belas 11:30 ildIctlmet heMla seid, ptat A
action 4 the matter pendiag proper Dell. T. Henderson. R L. Hard. o'clock. Jury has be en awre sd, pa OeW
retar of the attachment by a reular- J. 0 lleville. P. M. Yearwood. W. D. Coansel and defendants returned I nad swaoE to try mijd emge; that i l
ly appointed deputy sheriff. only a :ake. I. Uvingston, K. D. Phifer. a few moment, when the court ex jury is _-- emp-aeled, tey WO Sl
verbal return of noa-service on a- W. C. Bradshaw. W. T. Chesaut. 0. H. used 0. L Feaster for caie. "T. C. that they have bees pliamd I3 Jsopavy _
count of sickness having been made Gibbons. Frank Ikiole. J. U. LeLoaac- Scott qualified. M 8 Phifer was upon alid cbarpe. aee li atle-1d t
by Mr. dheffield. who was not a regu- R. H. Duke. R. G. Zetrouer. R. C. Bow. excused for cause. Dyes took his have a vd or f aid Jko ury, a thu- "
.;trly sworn deputy. er,. Shade Oateen. T. H. Horn. F T. seat in the Jury box. The State ten. submit to the court o whe er da
Robert Scott. colored, charged with Rutherford, John Y. Fleming. E. D. ered the Jury for the third time. be required to aee a either a
rape UlMI a little colored tgir at Thomas. W M. lWltch. P. B. H. Dud- The defense excused 0. B. Bailey. further answer to MM tiNletne t." e a Ms t i"r'
Alachua. withdrew his plea of *ot |e,. F M llartman. W. J. Alken. Ap and J. H. Holy was called and co. Solicitor Rivers demrraed to pla O ,
*.:ullty and plead guilty to assault pleton Feagle, K. F. Williams. A. V. pekted the panel of twelve, which was of defense as follows: ...
with Intent to commit rape. r.lli for the fourth time tendered by So "'Now coms the State, by J. M. .
Court then took a recess utti 2 The court excused Messrs. Atwater, licitor Rivers. The defense excused erl'. State Attoney, ad demars to t
P m Matthews. Hines. Harry. Stokes. Gle- J M. Halle, and James Rauklrson was Ph- entered by the d te M adA to ag a81 .
Afterooee bsiaj. son. Roenberger. Hester. Davis. R. D. called and qualified nl the opinion of for caue of demurer shwIi: b t I il
The afternoon session of court was Thomas. law. McDlowall. T. A. Gay. the State Solicitor. who tendered the "That said Iesta utn up me soAisn to ail
'old of interest. Court was adjourned Pearce Thomas. Crumpton. Misson. panel once more. The defense ex facts to bar the f other pw,--s- f a a *ff
a few minutes after being called to Williams. Osteen. Killis. Dtelo ch. PFs.- esed Mr. Raulersom. J. Starling l tha mult: a sks that the i aisM 't Hk
t>rder until 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. cock. Uvlngston. lieville and Mcrad- again completed the twelve men. wbhe be over-ruled and str lh."
for which hour the ase of the State den. while Messrs. Cain. Baker, loul a recess was taken until 2 o'clock The matter was subltted withest1 (0emfdmP l A
*- _- without the panel belug tendered.
The afternuoonsession was called to
order at 2:04 o'clock, wbec thbe do- O '
Negro Slayer of Lo'n's s*^~Mr. Invdt a,
S(eudanlnt wive olaed by anit addltioal

Sheriff Caught at _Last nbera tiera s._ On the A
fewn, peremptory chailengn J. H
Holly. Fabia:, Thomas tour his place
and made up the twelve, but the de
THOMASVILLE Ga.. March 31.- carried to Tallahassee naUl they were fen.e exercised its right ard excseed PONTA DL OADA. ISLAND OP se-do1 hy tlh e a"
NIluk Morris, the negro who killed served J W. Alsop J Ii. H. Gay was *. aled BAO MIOUBL. THU ASORS. Marh Port-g ee veslis f ggf
l4hltriff lanugston of leon county. Florw- Morris Is a black negro. rather tall and excused b) the State bocauae he -The steanMship Hambeurg with Wh le at ata. e etheIr m. mb---
ilsa last week. was captured earl. yee- atid thin and 3a years old. He is er> was prejudiced against ciraumtantial of the 3mlB vek mrty awH a
t<,rda> morniulg at Coollds,. in this quiet and seems exhausted by the luon evidence R. L Polk wasa excu.sed by former Preeldest Theodore Roosevelt soede **dii tm** II .
county. and is is jail here Theb- cap- run from his pursuers A pose from the State, which exhausted eight uf aluard. arrived hre uexpectedly at bds of E ve ise 's
Lure sa. made b) Ik.put) Sheriff Reh- I Florida. ho had been pursuing him its ten ttalleuse- o'clock yesterday nraair. The vee. .
ieurg of this citt liailt laullar uf lth duo. wa, here Monday but re A.G. Hill qualified. and C. A. W. inw stltoced briefly to give Mr. Roose Mr. Seagelpt Ag-,
t .loe Puotter of ('Coolidge A reward of $1 loo was offered for S. li rows qualified, and w. Kian teutifl senert of the Island ith patch from Srme sa.e .,
Morrti father til law George. Stu the arrent of Morrls Gov. Smith wr aid was excused by the defense., its aspirin and ardeas. There was *Pre-ideat Uoesset'ena d a p
Ar 1a. e -t (-olitild and It.'ut)y Keih ed e terda afteraooman to hold Mor- te.r) Fletcher beitg called to the. great excitement among the tiople, smalat heard the taMer
:urg had b.ard that the, net,.r headed for that plate, .o ilth Itauliff *, il'ed fron. the. .o~ern.r uf Florlds the delene and ( M ell ai* called lilmipe of Mr Ioosevelk York with his MM. Thu iMr W
Itullar he- eiut up Molnda-) teo be c ---- and qualil*d. swh errupoun A (; Hill Mr Ruot *.e.lt caine a-ore at 10 deported as a dag rm ebaglaB r a"I
the lookout for him Mond) nlightl Ne9re Wall Have Quick Trial. a atela hi. a,.'4 st the r*e'liuet of thi.e cio k lu the morning A large crowd Totls appealed to Ith Wh3M U-s.
Merrtm sas w-.l to .mater Stuart' TAI.I.AilASSiK FVia March 31 de fue-inM F M Yearwood qualll.ed msubled* at the duock and gave hl to have the order of diermlsg 8
h ,use but the ouier. d atteuipt his. *rre.t untill da. llghit lal|r- for Mliak MIerrli. negru slayer ,. |ut ''ea defe's.- broke it by e nard A Cree-y au Wlliaa W. asweed. ut gMy Tt a
With Mo.ucrion sitd i'oltte.r tlhe.-) guard of ihe.rff \ M iliilstci St noon lul iii Fst.iaua Ti ous.a shererupa %cb-holl. re.peetil the AMeicas formed that Pregdt RegeveW mg
ed the house all nlht tsknes after .e..te.rd.u to (o Smith and b) sire !, uuk. esa *A al..-d anld al-o e,'ud ,-'*-mul and se l**cosul at St. Michael. nat laterfere 3 the Mettgr. Aig.g


dayligb th ue) dd.emand.-d aul ilAtt- reque.te.d out Sm.th t. havra the I,) the d.- \ i.-a ( Itradehaw *O *, I i bth u be droe* around Posta lat to the daspash- Tedl e i1M111d
sad Stuart upened ihi d,-,r andi I ir.l riM.r detained at Thiu.owiilll. i .-eu.d IAr ..cur dd W T (Che'.-.ut 1*1 ()ada I a" automobile is thsl to rejoe his sb ab d hd6m e
the.lll lu Murri. Sa louled quirle I'. To. r. p.ue.-t Sa* graI-ted '.all,.d atil c.-r u.edl lier lik.e calus- ; trip. Mr Iouseelt was aeompgaithe iatmer Hambirg by r gi Lb.
leepilu land sbrl awakeln-ed bhe uiad. ArraallrU-ta. are- Irbe-ig mIade for a la (iibbll. ll e-s rias-.1 or ca anrd aby the members of his party liag ader the Wls teaUd gif I" O g
Io) resiltatnc Iat all to the olfter .pee..-d trial (1l" (.itkhrlat halI n K Ii l.ke as called als' qualitfi The Hambaurg teamed out of Pua ta rrecsdet wliste to hbeu ag,
He* %an brought to Thouiasll l.-'* .uu1rloI-d Idgi ii H Palue I r of bul ( M lal- .stood ide- u;lAn r el d 1a II t 30 O'clo 3k O rk d&Ii y slght of Mr mo-- dse c i i
trday) umoruing Iad klolrd ill jall Iake. (t' S )udlr of the third circuit eUl.tor) cu.l 'i tlre b) 'he dfeludit noralis Her nait stoppla place Is a &ftwy. The -ag4hgi g tlgL
where he will be kept until requisitiou to hcld for that ipuri( s t a sptal term K U Zes- at.r was *'a e u.d by ti. (;Ithrar w be she i l TL6hrd4 aye. w U e -r as of g O )irte
plrs can be obtalned from the Go ( of court to be, convened at Tallahas -.On. 0 t lu Ho M ay. Mr. of the Haatr eW kN oa t
... ... .. h ,rI.fu. to b.o Mounda Aril. (Cemtiad o Asr fi.) II was gve au th aleUAj ral.


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A ibrat In d t ea vsl was
e. elrorei at u enimo, ml
e. e eag W"s 'held rw te pwt
An at eskt a praMldt toya me
SOraOI t e deo r 0. W.
S~u g as ves eat aS
brgu the rum er. *
Thq d md at 4 p. N. sad W I
op at om v to New Tak CHy.

A aby eWw it easmeovile
Wemd hw*e mamy SoD**at ts; bet
StB sf- to mr tha the esta est b
hp wea wB tae p Ie. Nto bab
i be beakhy who esw frem
wIm, mN meet babes a do sale"
It a be rept free from the with
What's eam Vermiteue. Aets

lva, Mathe r, doa attempt to ira
ab.a without Wite's Creoam
Veram.g. Price 25 cets. bold by
W. M. Joehas.

NOTIC.L
NoUte io hereby giveL that the iar
Of Martia lros. d g business at
Wtesl. Florida. has b ee dissolved.
L N. MarUn has withdrawn from said
r.a All debts. will be paid by J II
MartiUa sad all claim amut be paid
to him.
(tlged) N MAItTIN.
J. ti. MAKTIN

If you have backache and uriuar)
'trmublev you shold" take uley's K'I
smy Remedy to strengthes aid build
up the kidneys som they will a4t j1r..j,
.rly, as a sericos kidue) Itr ,, 1,1 ;aar
develop J W N Collutm t Co


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by a dsor4deredb liver. tI you d t1at I-
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dallard's Herbine. A sure ctre for
coas lpatlues. dmper a lad Lgetio.
billboseass all to liverostahe sond
bewl trouble ors. oll by Wo u. Joabs
son.
NOTICE I
To All Whom It May Co cers: Ndo-
(ee tIs hereby given that shity days at
ter this date there will be a bill Intro-
duced at th. 1909 session of the wlor-
ida Legislature for a sawcial law for
Alachua county to prohibit the shoot-
kug. hunting or killing of quail fur
three I31 days out of each week dur
Itg the ulwn Pv*on


I'll, % a li '. said Tar b.i st &ft-
guWArd agaIua( wrlous res.ultas frui
bring ctldi. shich iflnsat Ih. 11th 111g4
and dbcklop into laeumrnia Auiodl
coaua Irfeits b)In.uai tl elag 1154 hal tog
tIhe lig.UUiller Flts)'a lione sad Tar
,Ahiib colta'a'. tao hhartful drug J
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ome kdm oer h mwer emled tat
,apa the vitalty, wrI to rally
earw ta oM aug. 9Ier's i "mre
-m eo oets irhWery tioule. soun
shes tah kimay d restores
streCt d r3Ir. It esw urre aid
tnmbles by s yteheeto t*e kidmey
a tat tvIa irrt oe ther re ar
that mttoe I the u** sd a Jo t
ausa ruaatlea J. W. eoCeaO
& Co.


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C IS PIROATE)


FILED BEFORE JUDOI MASON FOR
RECORD ON TUESDAY.

Gives Wife One-Third of Entire Estate
Father An Allewanee and
Brother Remainder.

The will of the late C W. Chnae
was filed for probat. o.1r T'-Pda. le-
fore County Judge Ma.aon anid Is In
part a follows:
First, It requires that all of his bills
aad funeral expennoe be paid. His
wile. Minerva G. Chase. was given
oeothlrd of all his property, real, per-
sroal sad mixed.to have sad to hol
to her absoltely-this provislom bo-
la In lieu of an right of dower la
his estate.
To his father, L W. Chase, 0.0
per anmum was glveT o aog as hbe
~l iUve.
All of the reside sa remalnde
of the estate. real, personal and mixed.
was givea to his brother. P. H. Chase
of Chicao. provided be was lvlag.
In the event at his death It wu to go
to his widow by oe-half sad the re
maander to be divided equally to the
chlldre. share and share alike.
It autboriaes ad empowers his
brother to act as executor and to sell
or extbaane any part or all of his
real estate or beloangngs as he my
deem best.
ThLs document was made by him
durlia October. 1I.


aSew tyOs *Heartburn, CamIUer
ere Meth Cured by Mie-m.
Sick headache are caused by Ia-
digetUoa sad a general disturbed om-
diltlo of the stomach.
Cure the Indigestion, and the head-
ache. uausea. heartburn, sour stomr
ach. ad that "all In" feeling ill1 van-
lsh.
MI-o-a tablets will cure indigestion
or aay other stomach trouble. They
will relieve almost instantly. J. W.
MoColdhu & Co. have so much faith In
then that they will give your money
back If they don't
MI-onta cures by making the stom-
ach strong enough to produce enough
gastric )uice" to digest all the food
vou want to eat. It promptly puts
as-w life and energy Into the over-
.ourked and played-out walls of the
omaIc'h.
L'ae MI-o-na for a we k. and you
tu eat what you want any time you
a :nt it. and take pht aure in doing It.
Your blood will be richer. redder.
i irer after taking Mi-ona. and it only
lan ts :O Cents a large box.
I was rspeedily cured of stomach
,,mplalnt by Mi-o-na Anything I can
say *In favor of M-ona is not too
itrong."-William Hes. Benton Har-
t,'r. Mich




fYOMEI

CUME CATAKH, ASTHMA
DftraCWW Cu-ou a"j C"M. --
=MW 6&L SIM puII is- by
J. McCOLLUM & CO.
If it's printed statUary you want.
The a eee is the place to get It
IIm ir I


Scott's Emlsin
told It early all the
court tries ad tIe woad






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JUDOa CARLILrI COURT

Was Suy @* aly All of Mai i *a
CrinW l Can.
Busimes ela w omed up Ia Jnstie
CarIo te CpOt Mo NModay ad as a
result mearty all of tm etr day
was take up In hearing ses.
Joht Hr per ad guIlty to reeewirng
stoka brass asd wae bour over to
the circuit court In the as of $6.
Wilis Herd plead guilty to rsealllU
bras from ralrotead ca a was
Sentenced to pay a of $5 sad
Costs or srv three moaths with the

Roy James plead not guilty ad was
tried by a jury. who decided other
wise. The Judce save him $10 aud
ccats or tour mount
The above ca w ere worked up
by Special Agenat Plakoaso. who Is In
the employ of the Coat lUn. The
boys bad been stealing the bra" box-
Ing from the cars In the local yard
for some time past.


LETTER TO J. D. STRINOGELLOW,
UGiue-ville, Plorilda.
Dear Sir: Suppose you are feeding
I,.'i hAiik. Lowue uch will you gaIl
by watering milk a quarter half
three-quarters?
100 quarts whole milk they sleep
so, of milk and 20 of water they squeal
r more squeal
75 still squeal
o 100 no squeal
Supimse you are palating a house;
how nuch will you gain by paint adul-
terated a quarter? half? three-quar.
(er"*I
10 gallons I voe put-on $.T0
1.', % not palut 7.
20 % 100
40 % 200
The cost of paint put-on s about $5
a gallon. ino matter what paint you
buy.
Iut nobody really gets 40 gallons on
a 10-gallon job: na nobody really pays
$200 for painting a $5A job: he stops
at about $100. Two coats of o palut-
and-%-trash doesn't make a good job;
nor three; nor four.
These lessons are useful.
Your* truly.
77T W. DW VOE A CO
P 8.: The Gaineville Hardware
Co. sell our paint.

Death of Percy Dill.
Information was received in the
city Monday of the death of Mr Percy
1NII of Archer from fever. having been
a pall-nt Muflerer for the past several
meeks Ie *a& a young man with
a bright future cut ahort by the grim
reaper of death and The un Joins
lh. hoiuts of friends in ex teiding con-


UMLY MUWID

ACClCENT ON iSAIOARD MON.
L'A L ORNIN WEST OF CITY.

String af Se Cars Get Loe in
Yards and Had Run to


Millartd's taten.


A tralatoad of box cars were c.t
loose l the Seaboard yards Moud.)
moranle. gettlag the start of the tra.i
crew, ad before they could be stop.
ped they bad run a distame of about
two iles sand mashed Into the paw
seuger easaae o the Ja-Cedar Key
run.
ortMutoly o e was seriouly I.
Jured tn the mishap but mary to the
passeauers were badly shake up at
sme thrown from their seat by the
colisio. the -la l rand bman

the Crash case.
As aeart as eaMo be learned the
cars were cut laoe from the tfrht
tranta i the yards sa before they
were t oticed by aay of the traI Ww
they had gained seh rapid headway
that It was Impsbalbe to catch
them. notwthta t the freigt ea-
glie put out after them just as son
as It was realaed what ad*hape-ed.
It was ainear the regular tie fr
the JacksoMaille.edr Ky paseom-
ger to come. and the eolMitoa was
anticipated. The road betan almost
a straight Ule. the passager e -
neer could e the ag l iae of cars
comlg toward him. sad although be
had slowed up his train sad alghted
e had not stopped It suloaaotly to
save a hard crash when the two came
together.
The Iate of ars had reaped a
great velocity of speed by the time
they had reached ths distance. aad
It would have been a difficult matter
for the engine to have caught aud
picked them up. for the rad bed In
down grade from tlt city to a point
beyond where the accident occurred.
The engine of the passenger train
was badly demolnshed. as well as a
number of the box cars.

IEminnt Autheratties ay
That out-door exercise is needed by
the American people. That's all very
well. but how can people with rheuma-
tism follow that advice? The answer
Is very simple--ue Ballard's 8aow
IUniment and the rheumatism will go.
leaving you as rpry as a colt. livess
qulck and ixprmanent relief from
rheuniat lm. neuralgia. lame back.
Sold by W. M. Johnsou.

Receiving Many Gifts.
The mention in The Bun of Sunda)
relative to the condition of Mrs. H.
Owen bha be-en the auwan of her re
celv ll a bountiful supply of clothing
.and other necessities which was gea-
erously donated by ladles all over the
city. Nearly every day packages have
been received at the sherirs office
with iuatructions to convey them to
Mrs. Owen.


Mr P G. FrItts. Oneonta. N. Y..
writes: "My little girl wa greatly
benelied by taking Poley's Orlso
Iaxatlte, and I think It Is the best
remedy for consUpatloo and liver
trouble Poley's Orino laxative le
best for women and children. as It
is mild, pleasant and effective. auJ ts
a alilendid spriug medicine, as ;.
cltau*ses the system and clears the
cnilexlmn J W MrcCollum & ('o.


doltrut.' to the bierta'.ed none..
Witness Was Arreste.
One-Quarter of a Pound a Week Meiam., Puasw a meegro wloo ia
At I. tA-t h s but a )oungl baby ought viali s lt-rfe II. tthe' Trapp. uurdei
4LI ati Iaito' oId atlnd I,ri 'Att to this
Its ~ it iu%*-iht km )(oUrio It
lAO' Iwie-le-. uiie-ti a vs ) irsIt a it Ist is )),- rtl ra A) LklMv Sherilf
'IIK* -tliecia Ed e it I eGet. p istmb'. rtitru ii II.. iarka-) had pi'aded sick,
Ella xIr ar (*ures b tecjiac Is Aild Wb V I total 1i11r, sic-5 'A ihs11uffiti-nt 11to1kit,
treistmii Aiae.- eIigo-matiiun stooj.'.froetful- L4 oi'-r HIt i%, s liIw ad Stae judges in
* ie- gomd leer tooethiiitg 1e~t~it's fr we -tigj is ilitit, ilea r YS i thI e- almi' -
it .d It ..ad d'ts isUIt
d 04 14mid b) M Jolt


neld Interesting Shoot.
I tl ie ,e-uwtm rR if eeitse, ils@ a,'. Ie' la l
CIlube 5.-fe oUt Irr Aicet h, r pri titv
44 0) eblftih) &titflit.,, 1Tieo) alt.
14.,tc 64 t4 wi cudx~A warkatueu aad
P, 'rkisj ki b( oresa st-- made- 11)
[ic I 4 'cute- S~it~b P as lit laIi ah bt a a l lt
1us' tat *t# aill di. Ir liItI1u i s thetsml.Alg
41 ilia e 1.4' iI

I cullt-is-t hatitLua.&I) fruan cuiaa'tli~
hiun Ikuli a, Ite-uLIet rclr,ir'd anal
urctusrte-lie-dthet buSCh so ba t te
Issbc Loe'i rtgularae-ptr i bvin C A C
LU.ll. 5ruief. ibulboutf .jsflas, TeaT


\\% rII 1i a ir lih w ulit ) im-rsonl
ei t. I.. I" r ad.da rtto taktll s Aj tbhiig
itutl 'i,. ) sit,*ca i llad 'Tar for coughs.
i ,lds aid luiin trouble-e ik list be-
f.mol.-dl aIll, n I ,'t llU 'u*it IAdtk or
-,fll r utr i lIt ut.r- 'The glscl tlnli. 'o
ie&iii noi hairilsmful druls and Ii iss a
.l 11,s La< kdg' I uM 'ollusc A
I e,
One who lives Io furlnshed room
au be pretty t'depeadteat"-for the
4a keep the bet I be had within
Has reach
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our banking rooms;

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nirn0e affoded to ma ur 1w 9
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BANKING


Do You Do Any?

If not, whiy not start an account with um now? Tb
Federal lailking Laws make every stockholder d
this lank liable to its depmoitors for twirs the monr t
of stock owned. Add to this the managOeart 4d
affairs Iy our etticilnt officers and director, alo l
regular inhl$wction hly the National Bank Exami-,
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bW Shem I the Diagley bill. He
oisdOha theaxanteooa be remm-
ad a-rttf that K was a tax sa
"e pr m's breakfast table" and
m whch may maid em afford to
pa. whb I there had b heso Imcreae
Uwha er of tWh to la ao t hic
Srei emy tawa addltlaal 66
e-ts a bTl. wic rwas a huaury
which as ma minded ad maay were

seruteWs by which the 1Stdard
O(l CE-ramy a prons"tcl. ed. erem
Ocl lurw )' ir t It I
betacg pl m the free list bat a
dtwerw al ro vMed for ta the car
of say other asatry paclag as ex-
pot tax a ll. which realts I *say
thag the standard Comrpy frh m all
emapetkbtem His speech was visor
ealy ap lmadd by theb Demorrat
bet the Repubbeans looked 4 ry much
thagwy a& be prorended

The editor of a cuuatry pap-r re-
recied the follolag *|ue.r 'Cani sj
tll me what the s*eatlr aill kw iaroi
mmath- Ia repl) Le wrstI- It I.
tay lmlief that the a t< hr I at Lu.iiti
aill bw wry tn .cb Iker >. *it.. r.i.
tiwu Tbhe quiarer ctsdrierd r a.
hour *hit tbr lit.r & InI. I
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She to Coes. Tbhs msmm a pre
dIl sa lorlda, wlh m w
hr mIMar per Iea them mar Sa
Ia the Uas. A& the p t -tom
sbbo at ammk has im to pw a Ito
pew em mam. mind wke we se me
amemmf m mitrale 4t so &so
o smew, yet a ea at om pe
aml i the prim at Nsaeh at-m
=soft oni th =Ie ali ato ee
mu ose ef their prie is meet the
iat B ebhe ant em aPi mm
a pum wM mat aet pre
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mod ha hfta t hta 86 eAb All

sa"toieom. me nmlmbms a Cs
eS sebmI emit eerm maeo ao
Iir am a tl Ol~ t o
gw a the i km haL T h
bep subbe thof e ammiatad sUl
har mu s Isaim ns Utom
was t r ma rt her brawt we


do the er S aalto lao t ei
SIN sday whwagll t ---ml lois

de sLTrim s redvsd tema mraslo
cm Irt k was d hae mte a*I OEMso
emwr Os fets m sas I ,The lsats.
a te atmber in UMsk& a tbe CaI

wau I Ia, two. in taw bom ad
v U8m a the o-k at ofcreosa
the brmu The pIaog at o3.0A.0
wme at varose haWN lnt er ypl
has haed a wel uluk desert haee
a t-tI ra weah a a met lr
abR The renk will doubt
s bhe ha dthe soard eSOswe
of thi mconry as tUlm are pblto
Svii ndy m r *as*orewma ewaym
e meld ih Ieail l seed am Iwa

we averabl er mosaverlawe.



ot trial or atrphe. Ts has bem
beauly am d eme c the lateIt
a w-e was thea t the emaalmas
toombed h a a slery in the aIth at

,amee deab the ma vers ahao
peats a Rmw dam, ft mem
now and e emr sa umeutg saiim
Ahyma. They % mt -IAN& KNdY
UAght" epeiafly belptl a tem.
And mrtahl th ser. k"Ame the
atsuhag sa wit the theaght
they amvered at aly wE epre
ed siWir but h elped them to
rea that a higher tha bara gpro&
w was with them.


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81. .... I loyM. *toef 1 r vl
e* aser e heer lm pt htla Iha theI

orE Ia l aw ta oe sMo theyl
The Ceheevifle astware Ce
Prhoar es.
Hyde* Teoms.
Where Velu e a h ube
kilot bes willwbem n ton the e
Vel a d at The Sao ee. Vms
s eat by mall met be directed Athe
Vhag Celoamt Departmeat at The

Helms and Sepulat s
1 The om talt Im epe to sayme
nhLa Aleesa cmoaty who Is koews
byr emaucro ft the coateWt or



vhe a the proprie rsoft the above
a this mt t M ra M wll ti**c- l te
3. Il tbhe evet of a lseaderstan
Mg between cadidaes or others it-
terested ha this coatet, se control
r my e referred to the me
doctors of contest who aloe are them
per sons allsed to reader deasoes.
ora uthe event a ai *da decide
to withdraw treem the vae. suh eawdl-
da wa act be allowed to treaster
VOts to the credit olf another lld.
date Ia the cortest.
THE DAILY SUN.
Old New.
Sebctibers Subsribers.
2.54.) 0. Wvoted 1.100 'at"
$ .....\. vo. u M sw 3.S00 votes
for a club of dve (sew subberiters)
uoa uir ruh(umtrii.tkosa (. twfr* It. in .
\AIri I I,*4 Ii,* w o i, utr
For a club ofI tea new sierrtbr l
S.I talib. *Ibtsbcriptiou IIh*f.f 1.
tritam Aj rII I I I I -- ,I *pIi .# m %
For a club of Ave co(d submrlwrol
mit* ar aUbtncrit. r. kt ir 1. I.' assi
1 1r il 1 lM#*I .4 104" %
Vir club of ten uld sub-ribecrb) aw-
l 1 b U Ie Il 1 4l Ir I I
There la i. i lAii ti the* aumt-e*r of
,lub t ab piate.tana t tusl ariugs
THe9G MI WEEKLY SUN.


I a peopl have a trast e im ee o f
the character at God. Nat loa age
a womas battery opposed to Tvln-es
tOBe rayed that every who pra ~
dted It might meet wit a anal lag
deth. and whem a s- k pTr did
afer s h a death she pbMldly
rejoced over it and Mi tht all the
other members of the vl sectil as
j ciety wroM simiarlry afe. Also the
otr ay the members a obocar
at prayed Utat a member who ad
&ersaletl y violat- some absurd rule
Sthe order might meet with basines
loose. low of health and other calama
tie Sich merathots savor more of
tae Urk Ae han of the elighteed
twetLeth century

The ourmoIts dbcitsl whkh all
the grrat powers are taclac. malaly
a the result ofr tat expegditaure fur
aaal .aud military purpo. will probe
ablW do auure thau & LU) thing Cl tou a
cur. r.,e- -ri.t( for part.Il li-ar l!
L:'* 't le-r that Ia n ;*. ri.ii..
('r '. s anld Trauiie ih, I ..1 ..
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aXnte is A to havo ly thr reVn"
at The Outook Aeae." -ys The
mdhmod TINM-DihpIL WellO prob-
Mbl tbf" am at ay m6 r

Byf o of w th execetUv ee m it-
*e* of the Paraapbers' t'oe aay
refer to the tartf as a "Payneftl
subject- will be casered a high
alet anWd isdmesnor.

The optluatle tlateamr whr ba
metrehfd a sa' rod wkich auto
meUlmUy meeures sad homuetly
weIhM each Ash a im Is cafht wUl
sever 4 a minknmrie.

bate m of JalrcaM llk are
preparlug to make April 15th a bol-

. t a to a
M mte m hfy.


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Th-re. i bu limit to 1k. hufaber u f
I-At perb n cIA cotestang may sarur
GGIOC19tmq voqtes by GAM0dd046 or
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THE RAINIVILU SlUN: APRIL 1. 1909


ILET A0 OSTEEN

FACE JURY OF PEERS

(Coatt ed from Pae Oae)

'tate beca~tu he woult not harr a
Ieon up'l rltrumstl nttl eSJldtne
T. If. Horn took hls seat In theb Ix.
ad the Ju.' was tendered. ar-cptJ
and worn as follows:
J. R. Starling. Ienry Fletcher. It.
hor. T M. Griffin. C. H. Neal. Sam
iRgers. T. C. Scott. K. l)ye M. 8.
Brown. F. M Ye'rwood. R Hi. lDoke.
*.. J. Collns.


It was exactly 3:17 o'clock when
the Jury was completed and sworn.
After the jury had been sworn Mr.
Horn addressed the judge and said
he did aot remember having been ask-
ed if he was prejudiced against itr
emsatantlal evidence. latimatnla that
he di aot believe very strongly ia
sch eviece. bet be was told to keep
is aet. It then beia too late for the
State Soelctor to e haenge him na
that roued. thou h It Is well-aow
tht the State depends malaly upo
circumstantial eviece for cavictiok .
It s the reporters collection that
the Solettor did aus the question. mad
Mr. Hor aso doubt misandertood the
question as propoauded him. Had the
mtate chaleaed Mr. Horse It woul
ave ehaawted its ten challenge.
heroes the dese had sixlt them
emea do the defeidats1 hel atltlmed
to tea.
As the State did ot rely etbrelySapo
.drcamtasdal evideme sot of Its
poe pteIr y -amens wmre erseztede

Is erumftantial evid-ea.
At a quarter to 4 o'clock Soliitor
River asked for an adjournment Util
8:M3 o'clock Wedmnday Smoratl. Col.
Striplag. leading cosel for de: .'
opposed the delay sad annour
they were ready to preSoe v.1t*- he
taklag of tet it l ama-a as
Col. Rivers rsm the dlJorrnnt
wold really *epedite matters the
jmde ranted the remet.
It is mid that the adjournment was
really asked or by the State SeAtter
beemm he discovered that he had
permitted the ury to be swore prir
to the arralnmet of tehe defeats.
Just what dispositko this wiln mse
to be made of the a wtB be knows
whea court reeoaveme this morWIa.


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COUFStOUDIENEU


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county all, was mete d to si x
moths la thi tate pMt-ry at
hard labor.
Court thee aeMaomed mat the Arst
Monday Ln May. the regaler spria
teram.
Cel. st"lta Talkt.
After the adjournment of ourt the
mporter met Col. J. N. 8trlting.
leading counsel for Will Bexley and
hTrby Osteeo. and asked him what be
thought of the outcome of the cae In
which he was associated as leadin
counel, to which he replied as tol
)ews:
"We made a propoItion to State
Attorney Rivers which we think will
appeal to every fairmideod and jus
maa. These boys have been lcarcer-
ated nl jail a losg time They and
their relatives all of whom are In
straltened (lrcumstanoce. had at great
eipeae preliard and were ready for
trial. Th e Stae was ready and so
annorsm d. The court proce edd to or-
g Lrse a jury Tbow. who were pre.-
eat, and there were uuany. will btar
me out in the statement that ~c.ry
juror's comoeence wa- probed to the
bottom. I fel that I violate Ino t'mifl
deoce wheu I quote Judge Wills a.
hating said to rit I1 aublstaUic thbt


the exa.1Iw I juntrc'
their lit .shtla f 'taii a ij A -. 3tiret ai
aird tl.' I.o thought jciIrI I14Csli
Uied i.ti Iliar a a a c


Ito IW 411,pro l it) II I 44 111111 .1141 )k9 fil
~ ~ I1 *,ut I he Athena. '\


*PE-RU-NA DID
WONDERS FOR ME."


elt ItOOA 9OO tt,
KJR8 ROA BOYER, 1IC1 SrmsR
Vl Av., Tasot I, Wrt, rlt: "It
any Gee has eas to prmie efnum a
to smly myrel.
mt spring I bsam aso rum dews
frm the ort eete ef a ltagerla
hesM that -vr d omisat Ua It
e1 p.,1a medew,. I eomieneither stedt
or sap wMl, srd loet f^e ud SOprI .
"I afally ried Mram ma M ftd
womn or for m In two weas I Vw
like Mother pe sad a I mea I
Mt better them I ever had bftf f
"I thak Porua for newv eMi
stragth. I mad you two pttuMwe
youS Sas s wht .r.as hs dee r
mwe.
ft~m t-am for Tem
Mrs. M ary. Jm M sprtem
Ky., wrtil
I wish to speak a weMd t pr.s et
yebr hitlym valmtd ema, as I ave
beem tbAed with the doSMeopprto-i
aity d ivitag It a fair nd impartial
tet, sad eam my thIt I h had better
health, fr beutr, lAss I kave bu
safoflathomfor geftessaberetys
"Om ef my *s benm had m a
omble. I rummemdid NUUU Ihmr
ud mow sk Lb Iwllo k oalithy, afIr


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prison ,tMI the May term ofa er
He has imposed MpeOm the and thel
relatives. who are lMy ahi to affen
It, an addtleams espame of ot kl
than three humred d-me rs am up
the tax-payers of AlbeL ematy
further expense of aboit tou or o v
hundred dolirs. It shold be rem
bred that the emy has already l
curred aa expeme la tn M ase a
early. or qtteo. m tbomm- dollar
I am now for theb t tm tm
wbolh experime mimS am
Newspaper statemsemt in ay me h
which I have ever bem- bh--ss at
I reeort to It now ealy be e of th
groew tajuste wwbh I Ite bha bhe
dome thee two brs. ol C 1 or ti
defeame were fro the begisanr I
pressed with the i that the Stat
Attorney proM edd wt th trial be
mase no other mas e was ft opeu t
hm. The faet is. there la so ca
agalast the hoys bt a mewpape
case. Moreland wa a pop-T drm
mer and his timely taklag en c
ated a feeling of great indimatil
among thi class of Ilaueat al elttiea
who. taxing their cae tfroam all
deteetves and false iewsepaer re
ports inspired by this latter clahs. have
dooe a great deal to create tpres
sious favorable to them and to fore
stall public opinion. WU lHexley and
Truby Osteen belorn to two of the
very bt families ia High Sgpritae
They are 1kownu I the community as
pearceable. law-abidin boys of the
higbeit order of integrity. and so
greater InjusUre could have eeB done
than to associate their names With the
lawless band that has bees reported
in th newspaper to ezist an that com-
uunaity JHait a submitted to the


tliate Attorney a propoeltloa whibch
would hAe relieved hims of his ask
ward dile.mnaa, brought about by hil
,owa nrUgi*'ligee and uue shirhb I cous-
dealta fe-el r niu a i llaI al to crry
iastils -* of, ju.t ic*q, I ca'i ot re.
Sfran frol k* ir rt aliiK l > 1111,1t r l. 'i ure tlaa < s .-* hai
ltka li It r Ill* ir t h l alst t, Stiae
AJL, i le takhiag .s1,' I..'' f si
i ni, ilil f'ai a t il t t a. l ,. r.


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WII ANIOO RS WIFE

SUCH IS REPORT CONCERNING
8. Q. GAY OF TRENTON.

Oocurrece Wea Net Unxpected Fv
HiM Wift. It la Seid-A
Rerettable Affair.


From Weduesday's Dally Sn:
8 G G(ay of Trwmton Is alleged :
have left this euantry with one M:
Freeian. who was a married wom.'i
and resident of that sretlm.
Owlan to the proetamree of theb m-
Ills the sews spread very rapidly.
but asu o eWorts are mov eian mad
to locae the glity partie It is pre-
smed they will be alowed to purse
their cowme
PForU tely for Mr. Prmmaa thmre
were so chfdre left for the t other
to aoM after. butem the s r had
there were three l ft that Ms. Gar
wiM to fare hawe to ppart.
oay is wev enmeeud is the West
o sand ws as Sor UAW Yomsmeto
the p sroae *mt eYol t mm a o h seW
Mr.. em. wth wl8 he Is su
pamem to bwae Wk'e Mwas a very al
IteatUve woman, and wM dim d
deeve her rbuhem d that hbe ha aet
the lightest timeatim that s wa n
met happy d a atr ted,

SERVICES ARE INTERESTINl

Attmetig CaelMble AttmtimD On
Largely to "P& Wst l
The relval mre f at the htlm
church were well attedied yeserday
at both rvleo The preachig nd
slsinag are emuspml0 ftem at thee
meettag. Dr. Martrn is a rapid
sgatel. earnest mnd eloqusut speaker.
He holeb his n lmee te anUMrst to
last. His qui aftermm taalk om Ma T
True Revivkar ws t-mly, stes and
edectve. 11me yf w hisb masml
on the o"Dlity tof Jemm Cheta
gre ae The emogge
tm Is 0 wwr r with every arvism,
ad we prmct the thoe Iw s -e,
be fmd meqal to the large mlwe
who are m ei to be greatly Imp
ed by the gie and puthe of Me
-sp and the m u aly seat
mase rendered tb Mr. and Mrs. Sch
GS, wihe hw charm ed every em
whe has om them. TMhe r at
large hamM U mafetm imme to
hear theme swet i e Te e by
Mrs. *SehisM Tuday mWt hm
ad the entire bome.


*

SMELROS March 1.--41 a
Scrowd of iads amNmbMld a the
' Hutmas Hosme on Slday aftermem
Sto bid am rewr aest wlter" to Mr.
Sand Mrs. A. Pearall of Wetlem.
o N. J.. who have ive so ma uch pa-s
e re by their ecal o ad lastrmmtal
r music during their vilt here. A very
- amusianl eatu- of the farewell th-
Serla was the amowerta of the de
* part acople with rtce. Aad ty
Were not the ea couple so treled
d that afternoon.
Miss Alle Mcar is vsiitug her
e sick brother. A. A. McRae. who is
much better, hut not yet able to ast
tend to his business.
Mrs C W. Rodgws and two daug-
ters and Mrs J D. Gardner and m.
all of ive Oak. arrived at the He-
man Hou yesterday.
Miss Mianie i e ha returned from
Banta Fe. where she has bea t(J*h-
lan durius the winter months.
rI-al estate Is still chagling haba.
Th# Iat-tlst transfers are to Mr* A. I
Pow.rall the fine lot con r f I'-irater
and lPin e strets. and a LA from Ilara
(ra lt to the A and II lndge. No. 1.
"h4. iew tille drain a.n Ilsauia
ntr -It Just laid daisn uii i r the dirc-
tilni ofs I. M Iialdwidi of the strc.(
c.(m ia' *' ill aid mniat.rially t Ithe
drainae- of llIanptjo street

Heier NRll of Rocky PonIt Scheel.
'rii a Fr al if l I, rt, *Jl i irot
r uIr .irt Cr t 'Ar i s J* iasule tCrow i
M.argarI lt I r isi '.a I Hi- uta d

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SS a Po ti^sg .--W Very n and Ne Clue a*- UMI SvI -A SCOfI d
ft* -a m"" aM. Tfrements Prove Dismal Failures
rai -- Md to the t r Oeret i -tlel MtTells
mea d to the t o ait of 1 It o
IIM aim % at W- as am- d at -CURE ACHIEVED BY
6 11 11* T 0t T@fl WaM hrt A-ler myiiwei- abootg *. r CUTICURA REMEDIES
e(ll 0 ma r --bI Nunn. -- .rm ported froe the qet ltUea> B
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O awr. W ft ftag there wras asWo ele that l-d t L.. .A C sA o
Se O IW 1 e het perpnettaherm o 0f critme, s ioie.
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s N a a- o 1 N iav oers es smn as d wieu b ti *" wr, bmw Gm *d sW
ON01111110e 6W 11 T1heo aete w mdher od .aw see d the hd P Lambers i et Co a
SF dm her i, d ado s t w t ho e bor o.r Se Ip o r l
SL S w # h. M m aW mr drae ar Mr. eer rma S
a f en r ept- a mtI w Bd aI wL-- B hI m.
am h o smmmOiw Wam t lo e.se, h t rm B m wh- tWo eh I d
.t wte-re the 111 a1 W. es ate ly oCti s ia- t s a I mn .
e ) hse oa nd sesba aMW a th s cat a le* eewsu dashsp w. b et peoe ,
Sg 111i:1 see there withi aasod rt lm a_ a tbyh C k
4 11 1 MOW Badt dot a so slha wsw e d to big doe to dsay (aaf P fo.r)
11d a.mnsraaena sed whn e I plw m mou td Z mrea
1 to wapend It be Was Imd withe the ead to. for dren th p 4 -ruts,
ret.l and dandruff %d t e a e
Sse.t, prl ide of l ort While after i hair. fr aEy rm) E
W2ardslrh e.e I a e .ad ma Aan ative r.la

no" WtOW" W&eM like the prp ath rtte to"hk. btth and
S~ ~e m A the l whre O d absolutely pure.
ll"r SPRIGS.' March s.--Tne Us 1r.. we
Io r tI wr. Mw. A. S t e. a codric o1 to o
as Il B i So the A. C. L Trafay.wh lich, occar-
d s wd sredr a tWaye rasI s Pr ay f tr Brom t ohee
i rn tom ..r.* trw*r- kef of tr w mme. isan o -r of -A
a -A41 W pd11 hoo waSldat Mt htw ae dW ti foreun to r h bore. He rboaao
SM 1111at~ 11 10.He l been a resiMde nt daHighproingstl IE 1AT Hw E AiM 15
b h m eveh r Ar h aiother- o w e years ad aves a wifta c ntl wt
WU h WW IV t b bet 4M mownbsh Ir. s. Her berbyament is
I 0 Pug Me omr, nd leftt fthe rNter lo thatae lost a brother. o b EC At6D e AKI the ay
11111 ga 0 010 hI t IO M eag whoI U ved wtb her, uder simlr cir- Tr
OftM ~ ~ ~~br Iee s e t e instances about two moths asT A.
FEk iOW11 I M to sM tfo m bee Mr. L L ito.. National tert u r-
S, U t l eM p ot respd. or o A the W. C. T. U r ted High Prgrese Citiote Wai t o M e oit
S6W 11 M11 hehe # w* a r tMSl idpr.s st weeku giving two lecture esr L e
2 101 1 10o 0e1 d11 s1. aI dOs T erday and u riday niIfts, a H d r I
a 1W M a Of r ea 11' 10h1oi 1 8therr tlbk to The local aas PrIday after- a Be th .
h to iie ~ 0isu tmhe her oon. Thirtee w members ra -
of jll fi M 1101kho b er the letter. W- rolled their msnes for the temperance Voelimiry plans wr e now older P
stea a Pid k the tr te d leat- t s th.e eat rasehlt o s tr earo trr.
Sthe e wd rsay to make June L A th i galE day for
* b Owr W em ther a red A returned j. yeates rtrnd will to ___
e ISBA1h hle his 1heIlem. Wihest omake here Satrday from Kathleen.
Sim ch*^idj did rAbort.ular tfh .hi e tar he rvllour of
a hb fping thes a erm ies the weuaA whrn be experienced the storm of arobitect of the new uvernment build.
Pt. 11 ld1 -eU a a&etS laTth Wedesdayn alht. He had been much























* m bnt Ropal hf .hred ta FlkrtI. h.e loc u IK at Tr- By the e. pe
ClUou will av md f.. I.. ASo U 1 hiA11 11a16 410 the l t body rt aledted by the death rnd scnes of vranced for the Wrlas Of the o prDer-
0 4a l ga led e pyestructioae a used b the storm. stone. w e w ll be a great event dy


* Miaatot tdkad uhIdr bralaidin Wthu Ata'huaL roer uty ree da a. At I bt h A t it.
it trtowhee hf e itr s o i cdtalhe sftoma o fr c et o te oe rn bu i
P_ siderathun arr to make this a great
0 am> bluind aga- beside She body cted byl~l ther- dathand sce.r s of v Ted ifnorth la hart of the n udner-
brise. nd a sprrainled bt boulder, but to u hav a
S Is now. Cts ring from s eternal rcit y s itra.
hot siows dress the people -sh--owlag what we
MsCoatusoms. have to 1w thankful for in the way of
Mrs. Cors Pedrick returned Satur- te n.w and meagaifent structure
tday from a wrypleasant t visi etsofa the r re and m ag d nifice nt structure

Mr Wees to OrlPWb. t nonm
Srgeneral meeti will be calo led and

on. subscription solited fromn the people
Mr sad Mrs W I Anderson hav toe snake this a grand evemi.
returned to High Springs and .ill
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tiosi fu r in. TIab it tat N swherry
wa-Alach us county VIurlda. Maist The akn a Sel er it
the washme aZd erg ; h aslaesi tal charter. lru% icitg fair its gue T he munotua of crise In she p
mass hedy. -ame-t and pr.scrthing it s juriadir Ie statloas is relieved utteuer bSha
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W SICK uiIWA"Z 't 1anAud puerr-e tbtrcuukdrr is xe&5U3 eupe IIby sanint ufmO.
*t ueMA ted h buor. Thi lappy Jac
Camor" ulty oft uk-Aling t1W Angbietres@*ma
3 1 MLAK X TI'allaha xu.-c mid lit g Au usau air iaint od bu m u r w eu a lir nuawr ie a pa K e
isI Ili, bun. uf t).4of i cllu d are. snaai- geklaio8 11" IA ersrly IL.. uht lmaday
=tae uairteuo rts lu beroui. t urjong The prLune~r b oud Iuel S1W ImStiral
us US m w ogroudra for eu thial bh- %am, a lin-ion~lta by trade. &ad
W 11. AI v) u I i- Wdgsiurdle mus

I~w himkn at CO, t-r-t WE 1K IICILY gsaIln L"as~e- *t',U ~L o~ur ~ra the-
Msher. U% abu%'slue their e gcu eamn L a
tow vollme of t IY~r~LWkest *W~ ~vrJ v kk W% &W moov er be rl4
L Astul tbuaW$ uI u me" "s,. me Pu. ";U ). Das)kt leitmlike pis
40o r ue( A tug WW Lkinmec ms. WO Lu.6I0 a buLlua tot
we" 1W cowlec'ol Cwo evervieft
c'-WOW" 1.4110I Uem Sel"Awh IAW do.0
*U se WM-71 11- how I., &a unw Swimm as
W=am A U Weprited sOmer" o mwa
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N"L VON INJUXWCO.
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A40a wN W ia a u obsasaY. -r.
.apime-M for Islo ad so QUI
b 012 = %W andaft Opp@a~"" to "O M
am bWOabbd o-esthai J. IF.
avowe. Owal do teuiaa e "rn mmmie.
redet fwe akv of Valdfa bn t
taue of Gaeorvb hm4al"She,. bmr oesmas
wSheu ofe a rhm Wea rvle ofa t aab~oeem
=a w b we"M bi saed Sam efowIas. sa
e v er 0e o af swerme ue f t Is
bese rnr wierY tha mml mr'a ~is
"W WWO Ogdeved U04 saw Mo-twold:s do
feiiasit b e & habeleerY eyrekedft
pswu so or Ce eas r Mw l day of
ea a aA.a fer "e enrl" aeabe 5taw .o
no 6 webe ashwas ow-esamad by '"M is-
Moesat.
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Mo dear a wea lk fw fear rneoul
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21" -M DI VOUCK
a Nhe Ckrvels @W'5. Muhbf tb JateOw~L
AksS ebas lrWM&-Is Cseveay-
L 93Domeesa v Diab Deuade~r for
ie-Asiio.. I S; for Dhiee.
Is apsea~ hi byZOW t. e rleaisi to the h
W 0e.o. e bdeafeilaa "rW'a Nmed. i a aon
ealaseal of w SeaMM !t VM. has &s a rowl-
Seas of Sassab.*.h dhe %a"*of Cleris.a.ma
k otpr th se wxof swetw ese ras-: It In
therefre omierei bUgs ald maar s 4 d.-
e~atbJeshell a bi e hre brqroi St
lpuuar to -heMSad C invulat Ii I Nsaw
*r 40w oaor heeac Mooa. the th day
A illu. A D U-- o hwrwie Ibe slie-
tcs at 'i bi WIa he Sbda abecw "omfeai
I smA defCndac L
It Isfuto tkalgr edthat thl er ha epb
Ibbei em a e week for fw aesceulva
weeU Ia (Gallpila See. a. a news
POW" pablshed in val eubiv es" Saes.
Thbb Marab f. tam
IA. U. WINNUIM. Cleft (ircult Comr
8 M s. CHEVK5. D.C.
A true eaol *f of ibL
Mesl U. H. WI (13 Clerk Cieauts Cort
II I M CHZVSS. D. C.
J. A. CA KLISL. Sabler I f OOr Cmsul

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Native.Is heebygOven thatfour wee* alf-
Mr Wh o A Mhbosula hereof. l. a& Goasedai
ot ueemi Phu ro-em a a rn, wil s i.t
LN 0e=0 Juiga e At lsehe coeasty. read".
I aa a so saio Lt L Ose. McC9 rmlls FU
o she CoII at fGelaeeyie. Ioeiis. for the par-
Lee o parig fak 5d"to UM CcIty of (Gaev luo.
St. meopelT or S"e ai MMGeore paerM.
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LEGAL DVERIISEENTS
MASTERS ALK.
Notice sl hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of forecla.
ure of mortgage made and readere
by the Hon. J. T. Will. Judge of the
Cireuit Cour. Eighth Judicel Circuit
of Florida. I sad for Alarbhs amuty.
Ia Chare.ry. ao the 23rd day of
March. 19.0. r a rrrtnln cause therpl
pendlas v n cmen V'. A. Day 1 I o".
plana::w amid GoTe Whlite and his
wife. b.mmnna Whle. are defendants I.
the nndLrrigned. ar lSpecrlil Mastir i(
Cbancery. will sell at IHblic outay
to the highest and bedt bidder fwI
%h Tlfore tne Oourt House door hi
the City of' Gilneville. Plorda o
... ilJ:Y.. the 3rd day of May. 1Di'..
between the legal boors of sale. the
followlg described land. situate. ly-
lag and beln In Alachua county. Flor-
Id, towlt:
The Nortwet quarter of the South-
east quarter, ad the Esat half of the
othwest quarter of Sectir our
tee (141. and the Nortbest quarter
of Northwest quarter of Sectla
Tweuty-three (231. all In Township
seven (7). Iouth Range Eiihtee
(18 East. coutalaita 1W acres more
or Ieo.
Together with all and slagular the
tenments., ereditamt mts and appur-
aace to the sa belonging or In
anywi appertalaing. Bald property
to be oMd to satify said decree sad
eosats Terms, ma.
4. W. HAMPTON. JR..
peWlcl MNter In Chancery.
W 8. RROOME.
Boelitor for Compalmanst.


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Mcsmers uFE up p 1R1S ON AFn A We GWr A umy
STEAGE PGE MA F Absoeddy Free of Cost
STUIRA K PAfSSNOGt MAK e* ... reauhat & M3nas" Trasporta- Th Ph. o 'sO i eoo M dl Ad4i. M, inMa
IFFORT TO KILL EX-PRSIIDKNT. tion Company have started work em r Me.i.ic Mn y, k. V. r iae, M. .,
SW teir tmihlsto Jacksvlle.l mMag Phylfet do a hL *y MHeal ord i. t
o medS h ssomellpa bery IM .W R .a
Port iin irm aiRosevd n eelt n UAt I Iytona Desch will rt the nwe s, tWeeiseofiw nm dIris l M ellM F16=
Tried to e rnHim. soWn aest son% Clarendo.asthehaom hostlrm hSo t $ AfpiofI bi s doIn
-will be erected on land owned b' -the w n wdat -qbW A m -- op--ed. e susm m d m nl -
11 OlUve as W tateA. GT edives. e=Ver An Now. b, -m le Ami= b
I)NDON. March 30.-A dispatch 46 N ve. O l-- on en Nol o.- rN O AdWt
as made on the life of ,-Prmd4e.ut a' On May Ilth Duval coaaty will ,to neaiCS AVOR- W_ a __
Roosevelt hoard the. tani.hip H ia. -- t i on a$.000.000 bond ss rfor the ,.. r. tao emmo pe *ga
btur. which arrived there. at noon ia t-o stct l Po g of oesUtriuctia more Iood rves. .h- e d .s pe o. e db t l
yesterday. The attempt was frustrat i nthe coamty. -we- ---em eL S e Dos do.
ed and the would tew aasiasin placed in -OI h fo -h e d a IL -- im n
irons.. i ije1fty-three SOe horses from the tf i e i e uld .jui_ -"^ 1_ _M
Col. Roosevelt as in excellent health Cook stables Jacksoville were shot ___________re_____ .d._Waftn.
and was enthusiastically rec wed was atulday morn-g to Prevent t he
the arrival of the steamship. Kermit spread of gladers-.
some shooting. He also collected *Ab escaped cviAt who was aea onIc e Io WsU S
sco tClMn. L. ?I I 1W9 to serve a te of elgh- *
Kermit--an His I~ Dom Net. -e yeaM s was e&ar to .d Is 2 e1ksee-
Kermt o His Father DeM Nit. eaft__ e~ t r having be enMa t -.
HORTA. PAYAL AZORES. March *Mberty lse May 1. 1 5. There was lU UW
30.-The steamer Hamburg. with & *I ____t__$1____ Wforbb
Theodore Roosevelt and the members rot -----
6f his party -o board, put aI hee t F KATI Okhe. tourist tram WWT PALM Mr p, Nagf1 g*1 TeftlErs iLM'
yesterday to 1MW. tae malls.. -U.-ohepmh herw i11tra1111118AL nama dhowNs W1M
A. Doe Frelta, th Govwnmor of '- tGabnar ad :s" Ume bewa S ber w 1e9m ada s= C~1 41 -W _a_ I W
Horta. eme out to the Hamburg a HA CONPUse THAT MH MUU- dboom ed atmr ~Umila. A~ e lrlo u m -ibJ d w m b W i ~ so f 6 ,
welcome Mr. Ioosevet. after whc D 1 C Thi. mrllte. w Wlh =ra- be a h1m1 14 o ........ b em t N oi
the mmber of the Roosevelt party I eTLCLE K I s iW-7. have hm -- a
and &opn t-roe t **het aw. Thre TwiastedA Na H.eree ea ASe Mumi HUs -l St se5 5n d.er as5* *
was so lefpW YNokMand agrhemed tume eoas new Ueity MRd w.Thedlmakem om ete aMtOQ'
Mr. Rooevemened 8 denon beemodel 1hm "a o W heAWt f omame mn, t
board the Hmmbrsaturilar evening. PenMu TIN No lHe da s"amme boys tIrmes over to the
He didbeamam"a.butthisam, iy he Kmm
wk. took part In the enterteassta Tmmhat aw olU hI a.--Jom o t *- em"" "*I s.a "er,"04 041 P
and 01me" wit h see ral of th. eogea S *ynsl M after hs ae ora t to ths b oty ler aMy er to 0 eft ,NN
oafk Mta. .reet Is Chicago eateased that he had years to o. '4m
AD of t the imenrs of the Reoe mew.rder Isa DaVaoret. might W
Veit party are welL. 1 t h a Hotel We lar r
The Hamurg ,left here y -, or *.y Vueoet of .. o growersIa i no
f I nn b i. Nin tins is the best od -
Posta Delgalda en the Island -. Ja ry yesterday. day. AMd why mhoulm t Oy? Get-
Miu-Vago used a method to eseompass "1.eator e ich"gam $1." .y
Sld ioeesevelt Tried to PoIet. Him. his death which required almost pb.canbuy.keepr-S
NEW T -o He tt a her v.2 1 and free from imn NSI
Hamburg., ti the ma who threatened g It seewrely. tigateed it with a t e sd
ex-Preidest Roomvelt, aerding to a smia plet of Ia Pe. whi he matter OW lODng y .
speeial dopsatch fb Hort to The used as a taratiqet sU t etosed A white a ospmed to be A. V. ,
world. T. -ncident- happoed his wadpipe. He th threw Met Wet d w how hot the weather .
after the dambi was smag light oa the ot, pleoist hi had uder sing the Atltntie Comst Lime trak. h .
of Amric. TBhen. mTm e fm his ahd*m b. rhied, Whi- .eeIno the a. Ree. m ea...- m mIw e. I t e re t t
sI compt..os in the er.. a llo S r 4... dwaitf edaa ad eat h.ehtO"IOg Ithe greateSt e
started taSor the upper deck, whoe Mr. With the mM pmenl e had PreVT. rek *rby a I-mla tenals w Od mm .ie
Reomevelt was stmdagt with his mena esty wile two metes of brewell, are bNelise to belAene d them-
Kon em ton e we i ad fe t Mer to em. b m te vmt o ial ply.o maker and costs the
"He has let the take away my tetive James Mwrphy. whvo captured -
ehM." Tosti is mM to have sh od him I Cnha V. WALB. mINt l99 l 4 'Iof m o Oney.
to Magl. is"Now he hall upay or it." 1' e s wve ho w Wit bal td M: B se c 0lWa of a
Tolrs amloed Toste. qui kly minister. 'Dof wt re-e s i t e i ter l m ja MaM3 Me EM Q _mkOm
ed him, earned hi bel ow y t r the 1e0mp; why shM I ad m ir wto 1G O ? reM ae chlps. A ...... y
eapta.d's Order ap him n l bes. Fes mo. JIM. eIenty prmeda I of a lorgesd m t of ?A
The d rimn, t isto e. Sto S bw y| Hti me to Dtedwet Mrphy wasv tVo a i m whig e having
to Mr. Reomevelt od a few at his a puetleni Udnbmtk* of the d ama t namId en whiui thbei is wdaI
reneow pasengers. wach he was chaise* pea to pimnt mamer me. I sde
Tosti. after hi primoei-t. rI DVaant was morered early pywa of tame e tnhi Iad is what C A@ T
tuaM for four dary to et. ryin. te morning of March 1T. The hotel the 0osimos oet It to be a hlUr Q
Rooevelt is tryiag to poleoa me.ma UU bad bboo rm DeVallant's wathe wl t pleatf aWt m yr.
The ship's doctor ovw mut tata. a4d mosy wer geM a11d the ae 1. y, o00,4 a00 Mt uayg __ awegi te___
all food offered to Tosti before bo wW had been tampered with. Vaago, who of ea m ofarMi ed pe"t to meeo -
eat it. had been T porter the hotel dn o lre all the lsgr they sen1 theki
appeared about th time of the crime Dede cousl pieatatil.
Mrs. C. Stersbauch. on* of the and was suspected. Detective Mar l
teachers recently dismissed by the phy founi him la Chicago. Vaago so-s
county superintendent at Tampa Ow* feseed that he had plaased the mar- Shuddned'
lag to lack of school funds. has Sled der, but maid that the kilial war sW e f -r dto- eo A y *

would be due her to the end of tbhe GOO METING PROMISED. fue to the am by ekin the aswist
she claimsr to have a contract. This Able Pree her and Fibe S angers At hak ay 3 street ,at ,d.hsth ,,,-U i l
Ia the second one of the dismissed a Chmn. cur masy mentuig it aw eutain Nr e aS

are said to be following. promise of a great meetian. Dr. T. fTh Dairisar Mid the hey. Ohy _0___________________
T. Martni, who is conducting theseth e asked has e y em.
You can never be quite sure where pository preachers in the ooutrsra the Ito? What's
a cold is going to hit you. In the fall lui. :e s a.. 1a of b CuIr esnk rl


producing severe pain. In the um- and experience, not a clap-trap, but a L mt 1 u a toh 1ue1 ..AU,.4 k
mer it way give yuu colirc ith diar Iible preacher A great opportunity hm oustame tweaty liamr"-Lo A aE .. M .a.
rhoe d or summer ronitl:tir lw nit for the city to sit under the preeachling pl v'n & -BS
fears of appendicitis or InflaumatlmUn of a great teacher. Don't fail to eer
of the, 'bwe.l At the firtd sigi of thehinm at every opportunity He to Very Cietesiat A P I A N O C O N T E S T
Ilin or c ramp take Perry lhvi" Paisu- strongly backed by Mr and Mrs. J. Caretaker (to prompertive teasat---
killelr In wsarn" a.*et-ne1 .ater and F Scholeld of Chicago. who are per. YT. this 'oase is m'-t roawvetetly
relief v !!1 come at once Tb'r' is but ae the sweetest Gospel singers who tated. Ther' a m in 'all cle I
one I'ainkiller. P'rrv liDi'. It I now 5IltthedsweetstdIhlnete.,er's apb u'al l er
put b Inl : '.rg'.., .cbite. as. ell as have yet honored Gainesville by their i, d a"tdy. and b W rs a eImb ju over3
the iy. said a Iownbrsker's roaud
Ii. regular "' *' nI. l.r.e.s.nce iand songl Mr Seholleld is he rterr l.ondon Tit it-l.
-- -'exeedilsgly anxous t o form a large
49 'a.1tu1, atid all -m*ura' of the' ity, ir- Wben a king ratree an od-re Prol
r,.i,- ls, ch of trh or eed1 (r. are- nef at oune i rarest* a fool t buy it
Wi .:'.t o..rdilll tise li'd t to ake part <',lt ert
r%, at '! ,t, l ,, ,Ps d .. il.

F.'. l lauKild. -weak, rutn dow,,' *T* N Tislm ('o.p .n ay l 1 a4t Twe aun udw or a iW a t toImas e am.
e a II. et-dach,' o1'.sna h off Just a Iw.0e'm withU. tI. Axnt N(OT U(OOD AFTER APRIL M INS
W i I J IIpi .-o f L a I% i i. t'r iturda' k .Civil Esgisners od S|rveyr..
A t Sbow d R40,~6 ""I i II 9 I r ,,I uri,. tat ,, l', Id i I
=4tmbadwA r-nii.,D diA' ILtEs1 2SurEf it.. I '', bEAR E U WEAL EMYATE


lI.et a wa. t ad otitallte a trade
ftr you--of aomu tblzig you douu I Ud


Pweumpt iUg**alom Be llbussam
oie'. taliss doer f'onk of Thumsme,
we". 1". 0 Boxs IN Uslniseile. VFU


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8 Ts" oneidan he


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--I ggas (t eIl iS Me ly.


lo w = do dWges o Fthe
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wig bwim i thel eo lr pes ter1
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SIL F.l as4 l es IdshsW e"Ys


No WIn w.gnmeis s theis e
-a-

V. W. Spie 4fl New rn w au a&I
s lll to The m llm yOEMe
tot alslbs

a A. a Iu YIer Ahew. I m*
L W. NWWa 6 Mh Sprg. a
a a g of at phasm. was eebibs
ae b =Oe mere here pe eterd
Wan "a"e w" he bees mw
sn l-oei her -Ies sad
-g iseto hemsbo h Me as


AgO S, NMo Jeadesvbe eye and
sesmt. es Manme. Vi..
IV, MS "Drer Detr-l amn
oSW I eMlM ib la.g My
e an I a as e., I sa bet
Our evry w, I ekm bms I dep
*a. d ae t-w eappetite. I oW
me a g apek sims t spi l
anywhere et. The esM Is mys ee*
OIL yMmovwnent dl (sgned.)


Uiso bsrm.ww
Aoam ~ Am* &M


a Sas- gof A a. was a
v ar the Ue yes erday.
s UBa o Mu Springs asa In
M e mty as bems yesterday.
C. I6 TAm Oa Wael wal s amoae
IMe "oU isa es ey yesterday.
D LG@a lefI t yeeorday hor
AMho andeG erW-ps es busessm.
C. I. OUtses af reekaavte wasa
aIng the viwihers to the city yester-
ay.
MrS. V. T. G0I of Alhcba arrived
Sthe erys yesterday aM a short buals
a-a vist.
T. L Raa- saad son of Metrmee
awe Ithe ity yesterday oa a shop
pls eupedatem.
W. W. Daberly of Higb Springs
wa11 0sieling amom his alneevillh.
brens e yesterday.
W. M. Robert of Alahesa was a
the eity yesterday s business with
the crealt counr
Mbs J. J S Lmetoa of Micasopy
wa amog the aboppers vistiUa
0aaiodvft yesterday.
J. U. Whibt of Newbtrr) was lu tL
ety yest*rsy. He had just returued
from a nsalane trip south
Mrs. PP Wood and nmothr Mr.
I. Ware. were amou twh Hilh iprltugs
ladleis i the cliy yesterday
C. H Colee a S have a sur ad
I today's Sna is wk-ch they tell ou
their repatrim department
J. L0 Grtmea of Hiah b prtas. wh
has heen here all of the week atend
g eourt. returned to Ilb home yeeer-
day.
hi
Capt. T. Vesabi oa Arreodoad
Sa visir to theo c ity ya eday
Me saes that the crop are all klo"


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ville at It s hoped that they win
aver us with t ir presence again
eat wlmtar.
aster JaMae--that's just what
want to have at the Millinery ipo
rima oa Ut West Side. A special dit
play wil' be made all of next week.
comiaeslas a Saturday. and the line
and pries will be so varied that all
ea be asted both ln the price and
qatry. This has bee the heaviest
.;ca:o that I have ever experienced
n the trade here and I am goang to
msk speaeal RasteOr ertngs to the
puMie dwrtan this sale. Mrs. Me-
Cormick
-.- --- I /
OR. NIENDOERON'I RIMARKS
What Ne says Cenomrnag OGeaeville
and His Vist.
Dr J. T. He.deroami t. LoI
edurator who has JLast ",ad a tour
of thr tate. addresaJtiK e people at
nearly ottr) tit. put l. later ting-
y f a h visit south oad refers In
partMlar to Galanevlle.
The *if.raldlCouritr. published at
Brisd. Tean.. has the following to
say of hsl tista hbre
"Her sou at ialaesvlle. Prla. Tue-
day niht of Ust week He sas that
UnesvilNe Is wue of the prettleet
IousU In the State. having about
Wlu.1W population. and being the howm
of the uultrrtty of Florida.


The meeting held by the survival
stockbhoders tbhe Ltit Phosphate
(oasay ua Monday was osly a pre
lasUary mmeetai. and DmotMia **
doe that wouMd bw of laterest to the
pahbc Another meettl will be held
shortly sad at that ti(m a preadeas
of the co~paay wil be elected


be wad a Omn Ww wrere OW

it W. a as b-- a retwmed to


W. V. peees. a anval stores : -*
demer ad m m aoft buseso, was
mit e mi bkis oI e c:ty. ;-

5. O.MleOI. the plar and < -
eleat mrn al t IO Sprtas. '.e
reutisg iMs BWied IN the city yeT

Mrs. SL. edm han b nse to : -
a ey. She wl aped the esxt *I.
Jays Is that setmd visitit relnttih
Sad Mea*da
Ue. Md Um W. s. Ta-lor of Anrr
adew are I laig ever the arrival of
a Om hr at teir bom, wbat emne
Sa lest Tuebt ay S 4
Mea. L T.mpm of LeehisJ.. e


W. A. w oh 9enoeeswa was wo e



00ii t Ift t- yp@t aa
Nask tmes a th eArlt peer.
Ie Is a tateal atnr of a at seer
te ed me m always makes nd



J.L 0 K l g SplOf b w a
1t Soe It -tu i.ate 0 a 0 ebts a



mom the vd.ms t tohe ift ye-ter
Ow.so IN an sat Maanm've t ho

100 0 bsm is this Ste
S. F. aoet vho bae bee, em-
-sepd a mdoeu her Jeoa Cin whr od




f ator tedo PopI or thrbeat la
es the past uae mee rehm ep to
m his --0mins









Ira M-t sweUage, bt sad da
ma hr ow S wmm Ap.y to M&a

a. ftadYm mera ma.aer
MeosmetW odip lay hfefl or tea
pmer ae I a Mao rtm= atsM





Plme aWmsd at Arsher. ewu iu IU
eit reerda. He eae up t Lb
-erm aJg ad msde the mip Un MO
Pete ems~ esemt he emL dblesd
t-ile t so1 th mchlyne nd-

will Noterwit ams wlele e..




Mr. ad Mrs. 8L. 8ea o Boom.
UI. a.. wd ,ve sprst thm e pae
laur another hi 08ralay~ a Iest a
ti Mat of HotelMo lavedry
ds hr JalmbsvMte. whore they wBl
Med lfw weeks toAr to re. was tu
to Uthr h rme They press them
slves as wel plead with Gaela.-


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WANTmD.
WANTUD--4 red sad gray Uve lse.
Win pay a oed price for tem.
Tey are easily trappe Per prm
and any informant deelred write to
C. & Rtfty. Catawaa. N. C.

STRAVW.
STA~lAY L--Ouse sIaU, Ught-yellow
Jersey cow. about Ive years ol; un-
marked; short crumple orn; left
Trenton. Fla.. late Sunday afternoon.
March 7. IM. ar reward write to
W. P. Love. Treatae. pr.

POlR ALS.
FOR SALt-Dme piDg. 6 emaL. L
H. WlUs, vitast Ph.
POR SALB-8sed chta$s, 3. per
bukheL J. B. Hal. Orage Springs

pOR SALJC Par of ood mules aad
wagon. Apply to Jef Imo in
front of D ttos's Bank.
*"'):; ALK--Tbrew acres of lad opf
liomile I'aivrsly. frostingl 1lk f(t
uU West Ilberty and 40 feet deep.
A rare bargain One bose* and lot
on North (Gald-u street. city sater
aud warrage. Oue house and ki
in North Gainesvlle. Fte houses
and ut In LEat GalesvUle. Two
bouees us North I'lversiy street.
Terms can br arranged to suit per-
chaser and all are bargalun. Apply
to M. B hauader.

SPECIAL NOTICL
HOFMAN. the celebrated German
eoach stall will uaake this seaoa
at Crawford & Dvis' stable. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. eas la a
vanDce

M01iCAL.


Qi'lt'K lk iTORATIV fr kt e-
bood atiafSmLlo uaramated or
momy refunded, See pr bott
8old by W M Johauso


ma


no~ amem %s "m*de"m
MI eof Tbeik nmd WIN fo U"IIad
I fse MamS illmla Iem
ia oemme moa

The ldms committee the Firs
Apatet webere have deeded OB the
eslargemes o their beuilte. *a4
wtk wmI be em e--ed -wee witt
the eext thirty bye.

by thM sechare is to "tWiOe a
grety ewlag tkhr bIMdl, madkin

ta inlm an eeIu n' lmt wIto
Iea mgisu mop".m
They pmnm ai build itos leftis



Skotos em aenue aurh w moel
em waes wI be eM anos OaN
th em ime -. hb tamwrmr s
be begsl r, lsiNms h isw e d
bas& o n ea&rp."sa.
A tnao malMe wioal Iwul al



The ro earem ld Is rear
oft hebuliiadg wMs dwebe Urm
sway MAd the buldng eat O e to
thei adjduL whis wkllmlegth
tho priest IbdA m several hfo
making the am ilaldne &bt twis
ts prwet mpecity.

TIr he lates Is f emiieb de.ks.
lek Hke mthiat qute a" mush an l-W
vergd water-b-ketsk. Park It m
as to eet however, that the
- who wear them look as If their
heads miht ed smakis.


WHAT IT CHOPS:


Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
VegetaWle
Fruit
Crackers
Cbees and Nuut
Ham it chops
Coarm or fine.
No Imhing or sqdeeing
GUARANTEED










Sahmdlmes have sais mde their
TOOVM AT Wo IL



sepMa'm isn this eity and stereo
two bouM that av bee reported
to the pole within the past twenty-
foar bour.
They have. it seems, a spetal mania
for stealan elethba as mothia else
has been reported missed where the
thieves entered. One of the eaDiest
loeras I 8. M. Davis, who has mied
a number of articles of clothing.

Gothard 8algh had a very narrow
-mope of being electroCosted I Tampa
th ether day while eeagad in ar-
ranga some work am a switbeard.
A 2,o-vot earrest passed throh
his body, readerina h umomscos
tor mre tans a half hour.
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