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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 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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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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: VID01635
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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VOL. XXVI. NO. 6:,t


GiAINESVILLE, FLORID)A, t uS I)AY. APRIL 1:1. 11-0111)


TEN CENT A

TEN CENT8 A WIEKi


DR. MURPHREE ACCEPTS



UNIVERSITY PRESIDENCY


A QUIE SABs' FORMER GAINESVILLIAN
IN TALLAHASSEE


A NU;%EB ('O LE:#S..AT3tS AT
TENDED EASTER SERVICES.


MEETS DEATH IN TAMPA


Elected at Joint meeting of boards to Fll Vacancy '. nd,=t. rn. f., i .. c D. W. NcDonel Strnck os lead With rMtcd


Caused by Dr. Se

The Times-Union of Sunday contain-
*"d th( following amount of a nieeting
of the loard of Control at Taliaiha.-
see Saturday:
"TALLAHABSEK. April 10.-At a
Joint meeting of the State Hoard of
Control and the State lHoard of Educa
tlon held this afternoon, the resigi;a
tion of President Andrew Sledd of the
U nii er iit ot Flot iia at G.Oin n il!,
mas recelled and accepted. a:d Pre.i-
dent A. A. Murphree of the State Col-
lege for Womenu at Tal!:iLa.,it< ..,
elected to ill the vacancy.
"The resignation of Dr. Sledd obvi-
ates the differences that have existed
between the two boards for several
months.
"Reolutions were adopted at the
meeting which make public the de-
tails of the differences which have ex-
isted and without doubt were the di-
rect cause of the resignation of Dr.
Bledd.
"The question of the duties and
powers of the repectlve boards re-
grading the election of heads of the
State Instltutioons caused the dispute
which led to the clash between the
two board. By an act creating and
dealing the duties and powers of the
Bord of Control. the members of this
board believed that they were invest
ed with the duty and authority to
elect a head of State institutions un-
der their control.
"A short while ago the Attorney-


Enters Upon Long V*yage.
Chas. M. Fisher. son oi Mr and
Mrs. H. A Fisher of North Gaines-
ville. Is now en route to the Philip-
pine Iflands. having sailed from San
'irancisco Frida) for Manila.
Mr. Fisher re -ently re-e-i\ed al-
I' 1o tnitt it.l through tIhe i nI'ln vrsit) of
'lorld.. UlnderI r ciil ~-T\lcc rule..-, a-
a it i -n,.ilt r of th-" I'Ph ii il PItl oiin.(tuli t
lar.L anil will center jit In hii t i.- du
ti-.s a .-ionm a- he- r .tach,-'..- M.liil.i
i he op-it plni ro'0i. min that h fill illi
in thit i eric< fIr at 1 .ia-t t l:nd V hil h I. t111 .;111ii % aill.
Itr lr iid- ,r, rr.- l i t.aiit eto -*. hitIl ge


add's Resination.

General. Mr Tranmmell. was asked to
give an opinion regarding the duties,
and Iowrs of this board. as well as
the loard of Educatioin the right to
confirm or reject the aiemointments of
any or all heads of State institutions
made by the Itoard of Control.
"A sensation was slrung at the
meeting when Chairman N. P. rltran
of the Hoard of Control. moved that
State Superintendent Holloway lpro-
duce a copy of a letter alleged to hate
heen a written by him l(ollowayI. and
sent to certain citizens at Gainesville
intimating that the Board of Commi-
sioners of State institutions, com-
posed of the Governor and his cabinet.
wc.. a ;-.: a u.' tl.O x e. ,tustliturt .u
further funds from the appropriation
of new buildings at the University if
Sledd was retained. This Holloway
refused to do.
"Dr. Bledd is highly regarded by the
members of the Board of Control and
be has done magalficent work In the
development of the university The
resolutions pay tribute to his ability.
"Dr. Murphree has asked for a little
time In which to consider the matter
before a final decision"

Dr. Murphree Aeepta.
The Sfn received a message from
Tallahassee Monday morning stating
that Dr. Murpbree had accepted the
presidency of the State University.
and that he would probably visit
Gainesville during the coming week.


all feel sure that he will prove equal
to any line of duty which may be
atsigtied him
This makes the second Gainesville
tboy to take up life in the Philippines'.
Szill .1. Ilurnett. Jr. ha inig gone there
a e.ir or mtuore' ince to etIg:ge inl the


Postponed.
The "Trade- Extralaganza has
le-'ii i, i-tioli.d until Thur-'da' ni ight
April lI'tl. I. .ica -i'- of holt bei'lig a ile
t> s --.c* iiur. th -. i,, .i .. lit mi-e eir t ie
ti -. se --ir i nlbllhl e r it rr hl.iar-.al-
Thr ii, ll It.- r t.-he.ir-al- \\ I-
1it1'. % 11 \\ ,. lnI -Itl. ll Ighl t


Arcadia Mob Lynched a



Would-be Assailant Sunday


Introduced In Both Houses


This Week.


TAI.IilASSE April 1-S-.r.n
it.v reigiied supri, nie iln the St.lte- c ap
tal A.'teriia A i.lajorilt of thoi.-e
nwenl:t 'i' ot' the i.-g I.llt u r.. ir I.ei
pleasure it wa. to shnlad the' Satioath
in Tallahas ee a-;ttendE'dl both niorninie
and eieningK beri(ier' at ue in.jllAttul-
ly decorated churches. There. is an
unspeakable sublimity to the environ-
ment here. The pretty homes. with
their gardens claiming wealth of now-
era. the thoroughfares lined with
great spreading oaks. and the people
with an adorable friendliness. serve
to make Tallahassee a veritable Gar-
den of Eden. The surrounding coun-
try with its green hills and tall stately
trees with their wax-like green foliage
is picturesque. The weather here
was ideal throughout yesterday.
in contrast to Easter Sunday two
years ago. when the legislators were
last here.
Both Houses of the LAgislature will
eoavene at 3 p. m. today, and Indica-
tions are thdt there will be many bills
Introduced in both house during the
week.




-U rmc tIAu


HIb HOUSEHOLD 000G ATTACH-
ED BY NEGRO'8 ATTORNEY.


Claimed That Nogr Was Injured by
Judge Sheppard's Automebile, and
He Wanted Damages.

The following, which alplea.'-d Uhi
der an Atlanta headline dated Satur
day. will be re-ad with inte.re-st hi tihe
nanIy .ie-ir. of .ludgee W Ii Shelp-
pard. Judge of the I united State.-
'ourt. .-s district
\While Judge \W IIt Sheppard of
the I united Stat- ('Court for th. thl
*,rin i.(-Irit of Florida wa liu iL) a
.e idtel'' III thim ('it aI? JttiliM-r and
I lithi >-tr.t- waa. aht-iale from hi.
honi- T'hulr..itia aftelri smn it waia.
-tril e.l d of fuir ituri' lii hI llff-.i undTle-r
. I a; ti lc'h lll.-llit I- 'i-'d alt th I Itlll-st.llq
.f \I'.1r i I 'i C i' .- I and .l.--- I.

I Ih. wH l, I. Illt ltt I 1 41111' ll t III l l
lil ei lit \ -t. iil \ i- lth re-ilt iof
1 l. ria l l hlril i I t. ,ill .i l iii S i 4 i
S 11 1 A i l i t I w 'i l 4 |,,liflf l [it 11 i 1411


Ne.w. was received In this city Sun-
day of the sudden death of D. W. Mc-
Donell. which occurred at Tampa
bhile the man was on one of his oc-
ca.sional sprees.
Mclonell first came here as a car.
center and later engaged in another
business. but afterwards took up the
ocKatlot of farming. In fact. he did
a little of everything and followed
more than a doen different lines
while Ih ing here.
A few weeks since he became dis-
satisfied with this section and left.
with his young wife and child, for
Tampa. where he hoped to find work.
but as he was a man that could not
stand temptation In the whiskey line.
his friends advised him to stay away.
He failed to heed this. and like many.
also failed to ind work. betng finally
thrown against fate wMhi put him to
drinking even harder than ever, and
it Is said that an old friend of his
late father had taken care of him
and his wife and was doing his best
to sober the man when the accidet
occurred that caused his death.
SFollowing Is a partial aecouat of
what The Tampa Times has to may
of the occurrence:
"Appareatly as the result ot a
blow rweved sI the head from a wa-
ter pitcher hurled at him by Jobh
Boatwrlght. Donald keDomell died at
an early hour this morning at the
home'of the former. 2008 Michigan
.venue. near Twenty-first street.
"Immediately after McDonell's
.veaL hosotwright came to Tampa and
gale himself up to the police, who
turned him over to the county of-
ficers. and he Is now In jail.
"The story of the tragedy is that
1M ,ieell. wl, with his wife and
child, was. stopping at Iloatwright's


niia Thlli., ('ICha& Ieh uore pronounced
falhse and said Juidge Sheppard was
thev. ,i who lfferrd the insults
"JudgeK Sheplpard said the phv'slcian
who aft i : tht O. ro told him $-.,**'
wouldd bt a lmost litbral l4aynment. and
Ih- offcre-d thatl. though he did not con--
-i lr lilti'. -lf le-gall Ibound to pay
Atlthi tliiag at all iteccorder Itrol~.Ito
,li-ui-.* d the ciimplaint aKastlit Ilall.
hu Il( IU.- not o1tlailr-wd
Edgtir \Waitkin- atrill.r for Jludg-
h .r| l ; .itd .Iii.dKe Sht.lipard'
cicll lij ga nlt l It .Ith n i la c'ck i't
rI II t .i : > ,1 r I -l< 4 ii. I Ii I l .Iand thli -
a r, re tiiri. 'I tIo Jiudge Shel.ipard's


Sun "Want" ads. brtag rsmalt


house. had bee drlnklng and was
annoying the members of the Boat
wribt family by goteg from me rom
to another and renfula to remala in
his own room. Boatwrigt is mid to
have put p with it for some time
and them forcibly put him ato his
room. When McDonell again at
tempted to leave it. Botwright threw
the water pitcher at him. strlkug
him on the left side of the hed.
MacDonel fell to the foor, and Boat
wright realuing that he wa badly
hurt. rushed to him. lifted him ato
his bed and set a meieagi for Dr.
Edward -makl who shortly arrvd
on the seem. This wash abt U1
o'clock lat lght. and after ensd
ng the wond the doctor ezprmed
the oplomtha the ma would e
all right th the melting mad Im
"Boatwrgt said some of the mm
hers of the family rrpamed I sthe
room with the woundd ma. ad
about 1 o'ik. whi e a ttg up Ia
bed, he suddenly -sasWedm.d nd l a
few moments was dw .
"MeDoall w" without nes- an
had beas drihla a wnt deal et
late. Becauo of sm debt of t
tede wht D BDatwlht Ow"d to no
Doel' slAer, he "a tahas a
Lat his wife me ohM itod l l
having expressed a hpe *of I MAng
the ma."
The remali were prepared i StM
pa and shipped to Miea--_ wIe
the interment was hlM. deMMeasd b
lag placed beside e of his ehlMMi
which died a few mother alnee w
be was employed as eglete
there.
When sober he was a kild and eom
siderate man. but like most all others
was unruly and ungrateful when n-
der the Influence of whiskey.


Twin Autioneers.
There will be something unique I-
troduced to the people of Galnesville
on Wednesday, when the Watson
Realty ('cmipany. the people who sel
a lot a ninute-. will have the famous
twin auctioneers crying the same bid
at the same- time in the same tone
This is bome-thing entirely new in the
r.al estate auction line and your time
will Iw- wecll iivinted by alwnding a
portion of it in hearing these won-
de-rful itwen HSpeial attention will
I-w Kl'-11i to ladles and beautiful sllver
-mii\t.-ilr % will Ib. given away.

Keep your eye on the want ads.
There ,nay be somn.ethlng advertised
which Is of Interest to yam.


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;a ,1 | r. *.l1 I. 'It i.o, I1. ,1 .,, I i T
, .n,,l .ff 1, > I.4 t ': It, *I 1. l
t t I I o s L iulil i Il l** I,.. 'i .. I. r l.iait
I, .t I .. did l >in -t^,i tiilit < l i"
siout lto Tur(e hi- te da I ti ht" ulh'.i'h
ti >i w I MeiiN .1i.m h. in il h'tir trug
gi. laasw "I ill Knowl I and hIlI- broth
-r laikltUag sme diatani-' fromu the
0ere With renewed %igor hbe
as reamed and this attracted the Know-
Ire brothers, who rushed to her assist
anoe The megro made his *e m
At ar a kiVL Mt Ugs UL *iu a


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i,,* t! ,. I. ;. l I r I ,K t \. l '*

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S. ... i ...
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Pursuers Were In Auto
I, i 1 $.-

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tt t li. .ii I, .t p o rr 4 iI ll ti1i I 1n Ih<
.Illf. if I tirh ? llit rr- tlehi e Sliru g
tiisi lil, to a tree.. itH I dy aa still
hit slt ini t g -,trda) liiiortIlin Mins
l.alhi g ,positat-ely idie-llnifd the- cloth
ing on the s-gro and pointed out the
shirt she had turu in her elurts to
escape

ls't them somethag which only a
uat a. as o for you to ?


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Senate May Take Up the



Payne Tariff Bill Today


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I 1iI J, l ,I I I I. -tI k I ,
.S I 1aI ld .ltiil bliohl, (l Irrh0 w Ra
'. r i .tl I.C it t i MIre t i.' ->aid
iF.. \I .>I, ti, h .l e off '-re l t '.. ttil tth
.. .. for $t1' *i ai t thl ludige Hhe |i
Il.rd hitd cfte-re-l ILt theL dotiK't r
till iand ftr ltih tnte list tiy <(. borna i-
whu wa u,(t t'riously) hurt but thil
Was refuse-d
'Judge Mbeppard emphatically de
nouuced the pre.i-edlngs In Reoord
er s court. declaring It as outage
upuL le tVaited States Court, and as-
ertod that the Moore were latsulag
iu their asanet ad aos. towIrd


. 1,, t ,. Ii a t i sf lti : 0-, neatl
I1 II 4!., .* .4* h.il- t llte0 l le 1 e "1 e lf t l'l
,.ih 'e i rtle'.lhl l ill i lit i ll-forth
h awlii t tlh, I'.s*i 1 Aldrich billl ll
iCin i(>l\ aill I ri Ijrte-d tomda'v
An i" u.uall>) Ihr tIa L in thel Ire
. tatolln of tariff bills the keplitiIll
cau majority has assumed the right
to Indicate the SHnalte's attitude to
ward the bill. so that whaetetr amead-
mea-u a tbe *suggslted lheu It Li re
turaed to the 6Snate 1ll be the result
of their labors
The Democratei will tIle aed to go
over ih work of tie majority r


I,, fI 1 i e :,I l < a 01 l ) t t t-hould
.1 k *. t lIor :a di or two it probably
4- ,< il I t.#- I I .iI ted
It I lit 111 I.- d Ihtl li iali) l4peecheM
Sill i* ilade In l thei- Hat While not
.il I p'lliig thic Irotlclllei e principle. tbe
I h.liusratic' itnImbtr realize that the
lliie.ure- will tb passed. and they are
lnot dlmpotl d to cause unnecessary
drla) COnliequentlly most of the die-
'ru.i- ll by thet Ihmocrats will be
upon the merit of amendments.
While the Beaate is wrestling with
the tariff bill the lower body wlU m-e
oaly us Mooday and Thursday whb
ita coast s bil. as pIased by the Be
af. wlUll 'e-lve UelUosa. but Uttle
or no other busia s will be sadertab
4e I *, .


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I THE DAISY BUN: GAINEBVILJ, FIORIDA, APRIL 13, 1909


I.E1AX


IN aTn CASS WMA
NOT MAVY.
it Iy If Otem ItIw-eat t

A60umll Ia nsleasela the
Sek Altles.

sMsayA mrl th fire department;
a asMid at to extiUauth a blaue
I-b was onad to be In the rear of
4 W. Hyte oapsaay'a store and
M is a hart while k er, would
We Meated to a reat coalagra-.
at hartan adva eed la the meWh-
etd a the biaD Hardware Coa-
* where a lgr Miuattty of oil
Id Wthar itn sle aterIal are


Sto iwad am f rM orig-
S m a e S and had probe

as t van et aIlI about 4
VwIO Dl a smm Olm e owrm
-ag ofa tIM -ea i and was
dto ir whbm be




B r *^r ..e fe Awtl
0i00 119 y0 1"iler and be
wnmd in aSorm.
Sim M bata. have been

b sai aw e We e
Byoo t a e a ksto otheira







luN8 ea t l Saaa ied p o tae
m boomar and ane always
awr egetes sms, c


-ea. deam la ts upead that
n damo ae- we ma to he
te a I an d ysosmue a ed la
ma dl imgs and ohe
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Itema tm lam ban wml o the








SImdofon wS e ae ad btha
Sew ot ty I ho set aie tlo
in ear ot Oe e eautrd byAr
U.. L oUII

s The GAsen Alarm.
At ahat U:15 a. m. luday the ado
e was easdt d by 'o p t to the
soeesuid byi Jes Taylor.
whore the MIe hm ws fead lto be
bet St was entgyuisted with
Sad ofa the e emUeasl e ase d the
wW t at e ant toa mre tha b
arme dolare.




r. TMere is only ame way to cure
Tafe ms. ad that is by constitutional
Ieodloe. Deat essn I caused by an
smed oaadlton of the mucous ln-
I oa the 1d aMtachisa Tube. When
0s tube Is Inftamed you have a
eambliag souad or Imperfect hearing.
nd when it is entirely closed. deaf
asms is the result and unless the In-
ItmmataMo ha be taken out and this
tuabe restored to Its normal condition
learzng will be destroyed forever;
amie cases out of te-n are cau d by
starrh, which is nothing but an In-
tamed condition of the mucous
surfaces.
We will give One Hundred lflarv
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cur d by
Halls Catarrh Cure. fnd for cir-
caru. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O.
Sold by drauggsts. t7e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pautol
Very UNVleky.
Not It1 ape a certain tr ouarb
U oe ban t. In the cour of his
galsnt s before the social receiver





aPg the ha maspi was ashetd
h'l *MlW thae tbt. : "har swhy I.
Noa the talMoe Iver, he wentM




to a s ew who dd to buy mase


Vey. m was the seply. "though I
DosW boMu othe 'ain for thaL Thy
tr bas, but m sm wew based to
tr ip to spet '6m. TIey mearl
"aBa do r es c u f ta t

"sA thld* veMr r swdet t carry .
gumem m thq as erial "aon tte
jikey d b a ther and weant-
I s'em th, het mr ethea than eutI


Ithe m mea OS he ds e mbM
atwo er. b a h r- son

Iegul.a.* the b ou., prwnomfs
natniul meMeain, age eoasU pa
ioa-Dea's Reg les. Ask your
drsIuat b them. N etr a buo.


..IIIIAm..
II I


It will poon be time to


use one.


It is time NOW to
buy one.


ODORLESS



Is the one without
the odor. Keeps
things colder -
keeps ice longer.

It i pleasure to
show them : :





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II! T1EE DAYS

M CIlSmm I OVE

TODAY, WSONESOAY AND THURS.
DAY WILL Se BI DAYL.

Heavy Vet Was Polled YeMtrday,
Aut Nething To What i Expected
for the Next Three Days.


Following Is the standing of the pi-
ano contest candidates:
Miss Dorian Ells. city...... 1.938,700
Miss Ikessie Dupree. city...1.1,904.240
Miss Catherine Halle. city...1;301.495
Miss Florrle Strlckland...... 69..h3oe
Miss M. Daughtrey. city..... 243.015
Miss Mary McCormick. city.. 121.6.o5:,
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city.... 94,.t,5
Miss Nannie Dicklniion. city.. b7.72'
. iso Alnma Fenneill. city...... ..,.'"o
MlIss Julia Carter, city...... 7...*
Miss A. Groff. Newb-rry ..... 39.0t0
Miss A. Strlckland. Waldo.... ;:
Miss Je'assi Eain. tcit .... .:: 2.'
Mir s KE te'll.- I:e'al. c(I. ..... ;
MINlh Emnia llud. n it. .t .t;
NI 6 A1110' s illh- .. -I
N l.~ El 1.1 St.:f. \\'.hi 2 *.I
Mr- I. \War.. ti Lth S1 i i i i 1". 2
Miss (;ildi l.autil rt. < it. 6 t17
.1i-s Rtuht Allori ho .. *; ,if
Miss lazzle Sheppard. i ll.. 6.. i
Mibs K. (arlton. Mica~oy... 5y .
IMrer A \\'. .;argent. c it. .
Mirs M S I. 'raude.z. it) .... 4.2tL;.
Miss Mary Thigpin. city...... 3.4:,
Miss L. Sanders, liasithorn... 3,.7t0

You should not delay utnlder any c(ir
cunimtanles in caM's of kidi*,? auicl
bladder trouble. You should tak,.
something protmitly that ciu krnow iP
reliable. souietliling like' l.VWitt Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un-
equaled for we*ak back. backacthe. iti-
Sammation of the bladder, rhcumathit
pains. etc. When you ask for lh'-
Witt's Kidney and bladder Pills. be
sure you get them. They are auti-
septic. Accept no substitutes: insist
upon getting the right kind. Sold by
all druggists:
Wealthy Peverty.
Then are illl .man) hou'w in the
country In :lleild Altei htreIth ,~ti ,u'rsl
are ur notli'l-, f the f. I t that while
tbey ttwiiile'-l air' up p;re ntr y 1k --r
they |Ieei'ss frtu.. i ti furn.iure' and
pk'turne.- To',it, md a eultlry
Too General.
I.1tte pb P laluCu., lth, was Vte
nors Mammry I",' de l4w*' sake. I
know sso |Iuny VerIMue VeLnI JIO
stlig. VIeua huiff mrn'. lok bmtnh
chle, yi mu r' la muL spliyki tt a %*
Yort JiurnaL


ra A


FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the \'otT.rs of the City of Gaiies-

I rt- t1r. tf niil!y iai,'nno)ii' I y .-,lf
('aillidiatl,'- ,r t'It.v .i A, .- ,I r fur
the' \ .r I'' 1 i 2 .- [, n T.\ A.--;
. i-eor for Ii. .ir I a i fu.l ;i' .
piar.e d t i fill a l. ,nt n '. a a r.'-ctord
iT l .-how. t!h. it ;-r a .e i t hl.le
ing hereby ani i. t ihat ti a a cr,:n
a hatl'e t r $*l... 1on t o the1 oi ,,.
City Tas Alrts% s d ror rionthe fr 1thi-
offl'e la.et )ato be hl on tot iof -i ckt*-
antd now rmot ernctfully f relicet )our
%allo W M 1iote FO rt).

To the VotiTr of Ganieoiille:
I hereby announce that I am a can-


13th. and most earnestly reqiuet you



it. R. COL.ON.

('Chldre i t ( all\ like Ke i '
l.aI~Lt4tl. ('u Sh ,l upI. ." It .I -t.
iw a..rl) ai- g .-I .- I..1; I. tr it llIot
r tll4 l > i .t 11 tll.Il Ih .l l a,;.l\ i1
t l hlll .t ll., t 1 1 t, ( l 1 t, 1 1
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I I I I 4 .4 1 A, 24 ,j 1 9


If you hau lost or fuoud anything
Jo not fall to keep your eye on U
claslfloed advertUsug column.


TWO NERO WOMEN

ENGAGE IN F T

KNIPF WAS USED BY ONE OF
I THE COMBATANTS.

Her Victim Seriously Cut About
Head, Shoulders and Body.
Which May Prove Fatal.

Alena Carr. a young ntwgres of
Newbetrry. was brought here. ye' 'terda)
iby Deputy Sheriff Smith and Ilaced
in jail to asalt the results of a cut-
ting affray which she' as ,engaged in
on Sunday evening.
While the gMod pe-opl of the' town
were quietly ret.ting at their homes
Sunday they were attracted by the'
screams of wonmn in what is known
as the "club section" of Newberry.
and It was found that two negro wo-
men were engaged in a fight and each
were apparently being cut to death.
The deputy arrived among the first
and separated the two belligerents.
when It was learned that a woman
by the name of Minerva had become
engaged In a quarrel with the Carr
woman, knocking her down with a
chair. When the Carr woman arose
they both went to hlbUngs, when. It
It alleged, the Carr woman cut
her antagonist about the neck, head
and shoulders ad so dangers were
the gashes that she was bound over
by Justice Carter to await the result
of the wounds.
The row occurred at one of the club
rooms and at ast It was thought that
both victims bad used knives, but only
Minerva wa found to be stabbed.

FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To th Voter d the City of Oaela

I am a candidate for City Marshal.
for reelection on April 13. have
srved the people faithfully and *e-
elently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection.
It my service during the past year
as been satisfactory I ask the sup
port and vote of each and every citi.
-ea who is9pallfed. I can only
promlas theeamen service as I have
e4deavored to give in the past.
Tours for order.
iBEN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
Atril 13. 1909. 1 respectfully solicit
the support of all voters. irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially dl. charge
the duties of the office shouldd I be.
eilcted.Bep l eRlct fully.
CIiAS. C. WARREN.


S um-4 of (ne Dollar and upward will )i
received on deposit inl this department.
Illtcrc-t ;ittilh ratt' of 4 per ct. per tanlilull.


-1lANKINt;11 )UHs-9 A.


.11. to P.0


M.-


THE RIGHT

SOF EASTER EGG


e 1 ic th ollio


tlhlat ('olitaillta
11114, like all


1e4?IiI'.Y i.rl~'111V insuireuganice


IliIe II li l.
4. 1.4. ort 1, 11l tilt.
I~t'" t'(fl~~l~ Lie'.r; tilt gilt-

kill a d .mul
4)f te ho'Frs4of o ulr jK.)fi-

vi' es the re'ciIpit lha -. e'-



. I AUNMA, Aut, Ias Flori


The Kitd YT Have Alway Blougt, and which has be
a rae Ifr over 80 yea, has hoe the pignature ef
Sand has bees made under his pr.
msoal su pervslon ilace Its Inluf
Aflow no one to deelve youalathu
All Coauterfelts, Imitatious and "Juimt-a-rood" are but
experiments that trfle with lnd endanlrer the health 'f
lam aId Cil rse-Ezporlence against Experlmwa

What Is CASTORIA
Cla fIs a harmes ..beftlt h-rr Catr 0 Panr
wec4, Dropv and "oothif Syrup. It Is Pleasant. It
em-tl neither OpiIum erphiae mor other Nareodot
s ate. IJs age Is Its garautee. It destroys Worms
Sa" ays revetiaesM It cures land Wind
Ce. It reeves Teeth da TrC bles, eures C
ald aratehmq Il lmlaie the Feood, relate the
b6smah sa BowelStvlm healthy and natural dsm
U~l ~ir~rn Pmern-Te UfbwrsFrIen

O.rUI. CASTORIA ALWAYS*








The Kind Yon Hae Always Bought

In Use For Over 80 Years.







THE DUTTON BANK






NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


I
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE


MONARCH?


STOPS FALLING AIIAR
Ayr's H&ai Vjor edo .sI~ pb4w. bcCrut .quinin. bidium chlrd, cap@&
maB.= =ObI, water. aN p=wm R Nut a ana %injurious ingvadwaat In thir
Not Ask your dct r W bIha h t s m L' o w be adv kc A ba k food, a hair t mog
a hI bmlmi. m Ptr4dy checa al gab hair. LaMp4Leey dmsuyvs am dmdg..
DOES NOT COLOR Tt1E "AIR
F' 3'.,.W.u I.


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T IE DAILY SUN: GUlNESVILLB, PlABIRUA. APRIL 13, 1909


REVIVAL MEETINGS i d

CLOSED ON SUNDAY SyrU

TWO GREAT SERVICES HELD AT
THE TABERNACLE. lixir
Cl a -( tlr n iv nE~I ect-
Sanging of Mr and Mrs. Schofeld >h IM' I, "
Proved Big Feature of Services. il'%if ti to (Ill.tlton
Pastor Rogers Pleased. t IT natr A s i ru I '


ait i.i I- .. ., i "-*". t r i re(1n1- on- n d .lln l
T'I'. 4-140 111. I. l st itsMen ldnft Eud-

ly buy -Th nunw Ohiwhl
1,H, 5 p, t o lP tthe C
ITr O M.rtin l itie, -u1slt.ic t* I th, im it num a otlne t o m-
Jt:. i- th. i' -t rp, id-t :l is h r wi pM
hi;a- let vi-it'dI outar ti' ill fi t t>se II^IDO IIA
rapid ftir th'e an\ r. a. I-s tI .or to k'' l IFU N J
pi aiti "i"in lis e'iti-rs a;t cla 'ie Itt o1r mRP C
hi- thv.tme'. aftt r taking his t'ext. anc SYR P
lIr thirt or ,fortt nainuts, hel I rs r r r prrcka
hi urflje't rain oflords and lort Into SOU) a L LEAD rING ORUfC lST
his sulj'ct lie nmaktes no Ipretense to W sie ai0.y.r 6wi r p pim W r tIl6


forn or ethllloqunce'., but sPleaks at each
service as though it was his last op|-
portunity to plead with men. and his
time for the pIlea limited. lie brings
no pressure to bear further than his
theme, to induce Ipople to unite with
the church lie pIsut. the I;Iti>|, \% r>
plain and strong
Pastor Rogers says the teal and
lasting benefit comes to those who are
saied already. He thinks the services
a great blessing to his church and to
all Christians who attended the meet-
ilig..
Mr. and Mrs. Schofleld as singers
are in advance of any of their class
who tave yet visited this city. In fact.
their stay among us was an honor as
well as a blessing Mr Schofltld was
selected from among the many to lead
Sthe music in the great Moody Insti
tute. Chicago. In which work he has


Ajb l I ew a w ,e ad jse- a ty
Whrms a drom w dfalowin *iMe
w bsmd.
Whoe -baqet showed the asetril ad
the the;
The t a vdoea, "S'hoM the somes
I led. Md aw fd that aemed at fit
Oiw -gh-lof d so pm wead
bWith a bd' d dark grma follaP
And, s li emA o'er the lovely igt.
The -mmr inl, tht cooal that
Catheubm taom~ e



SEE OUR

NEW

LINE


White Mountain


Glass-Lined


Refrigerators

Solid Oak
Felt-Lined


Ihie assistance' of his wif,, a whose tInau
till voice charnetd vlcronie whoi
heard her. .Mrs. Schofield is an 4'x
.imnile of what the' gracc of (Giol cani
do for a woman Shet h a s 3 trainer
,of opera choruseAs when conierted. ge't
ling $:' an hour for her time. Sihte
K;at it itall pll and Iexaga at once sting
ing for the glory of (;ol. She is
ollwel'-st. gentle. refined. Ntauttiful So
Itna.V of the' children and ladies fell
in lo\e with her until they kept her
completely loaded down with flowers.
1.t it bet hole-d that this charming
couple c(an be induced to return to
our city sonime time' in the near fiu
tU r''
Upon the whole the meeting have
ntee'u a great asuccesa.

Card From Rev. Rogers.
To the Citizens of Gainesuille: I
ant leaving the city for a week on
urgent husinesu and it has Just reach-
ed nay ears that a report is being
circulated over the city which is cal-
culated to wound feelings without a
eausce. and to do me a grave Injust
Ice.
I understand that the reliort is out
that I said at The Tabernacle 8unda)
,iKht. that those who disturbed the-
selaker in the afternoon by leaving
the house while he was speaking
were neither ladles or gentlemen
and a disgrace to the city. This state-
ment. if It Is being circulated. I wish
to say I not true I am incapable of
a remark so alien to truth and radi-
cal in expression. Twice I did call at
rtention to this disturbance. and did
se Sunld.a> night. and what I did bay
Sas this: "'it pains my very heart
to csaeak again of a matter which I
had holw'd I would not Ibe complimled
to retfe'r to again that for I'eoll)Il to
delliltraitel1 g'et up and leave a house'
while a man was trying to jpretbs
hiI 'i sii' gra,'t truth sv.; tnot o l.
li'- sieIartIc I Ia- to th sl< '';tk -r hlit al .

I li!lt -i ll l e. l I -I t l :h l I,'--
silrinI i t toe' -5 -s'I a( ;t- l'1 lis oa'It
W.t If i l ~ "- ;ll 'e it-lJli, l\ ,It Lth kit hl Ill.at I dit si eoi rl*
I l -t Ilt -I.tr l l L' -- .; il li 11Z" ,l,1s i l
511 Jl ,.' Ji ll[ |- I4 1 'l i I, (ih, thl li :-
Itha t ol l cit'.1 .1 1,,.,-4 1

S a rol pid Jl 1 < 1 .ili -.t I r l f >
I hie 'l eel,1 seI,. I h is llkh Iei t,e,
isleI isl.s ilI-5 1s tin ics ) I tI ct( l l ija isl oer
iIr ( 1~,o -|\ h illl, ull f l
n j ; 1 l' I 1 .
S. i. I ,



Eminent Authcritiee Say


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. i r .i i *' r ; ';,i I ,
. :.i.. i I..: i. l I.
-.i 1 I \\ M C 1
I'artis Laving Job Iirintlig diine at
The Sun office are eltitl,.d to one
vute In the hush &A afford Piano Con-
trat fur t,(ch cert paid fur such
work IDoot forget this wben In need
of printed tatioonary. Read the ad
vertloemiet glvin pMUtlculars rI
gardiag th eo tM t ad otwa Lo Ue
MlYo o w dol m
It yoe hve to4 AmltlJa m N
U 41vWUrted i Lk m eat ool0aM.


W22 6 % .- -


IHE


LITT ELECTION

WILL BE ON TODAY


OPPOSING CANDIDATES TO KNOW
THEIR FATE TOMGHT.

Much Hard Work Wi'1 Be Put in by
Fe ieds fcr V.i ,cus Contest.
Pnti Today.

I : 1 i t, I 1 : '1:, I 1 1,
Is I; t I I l 1 : I. I1 c iI




lit ;I f l I I.-
Fo~r Maloeor-S .I. IMurnlett. Hloratio
Tor Mar.hal-I. T.T. Arnow. C. C.
Warren.
For Assecsor--W. M. Bradford, n.
For Collector T II. Ells, Sr.
For Clerk and Treasuruer-J.M. lh-ll.
For Aldermen--C A. Colclough. J.
A. Goodwin. 11. L. Phifer and W. T.
114)1 14 .
Member hoard of Public Works-If.
F: T.h1lor.

For COLDS and GR!P.
Hicks' CAPUDINE Is the best reme-
dy-relieves the aching and feverish.
sess-cures the cold and restores
normal condltlons. It's liquid-effects
Immediately. 10c, 25c ad S0c at drug
4Otar


SCS. REMOVES

SsSofLOOD RUMORS
Fvery po? it n I I andl of th- skin lit mployel In the no :ossry work of
pro, i* A,,. i l *-n 'texture, .nftenlig mand cloesnsins It. and OrNlat-
t, 'r,'-i' a ~' *'1,-'.wr lI'oe'. 'Ibi- Is dono i'v an evitporstion through
':.( h t 'Iv c I '. va. ';11 rlIsw' on con? a tallyV day istirl night. hen the blood
1 .4 -:' I ,,: e.1 t -It I .I 'tuirs i i at kin a certain percntage of theml
' I.; iti:i.q4f I I -Z p. a'! the n i t sturdI (ralnr- t.eIlO n. itrt their sour. fie"r
nn11 vire' I I'-,;"a I? w; as t '.e 1ii andi drie's taII atonnatiar,,l obts. causing
I: ;,or.!. n s s' e at I a aat v rrsha. or lierdl. %4:aly skin allection.
1 S S.sii ars' skr'i trs''.t. of evs'rv kazai icy twvar eili'ing the acids and
rrics'viria .e 'T frv Ciot t I-looc S. S c.S lts 11it, acid-hratm Cb'c .
1.114 i ll! )l s Icti '. it ()I pt aT S racr:n I %t rent h 8efl ti :hckne'ss, nmultirIles It
T11:1 T ratt io. r r." Iorima-A 1-4. :s ri l v:rt liv* it iqeci-ry wy. Then tg t On
iri~te'a' of leauaiv arrit .tceii nrtl dimearecl bythe exuding acrid matter. t
nourisheli. %nothlps and softened by this coolinR. healthy stream of bood.
P. S. S.. the greatest of 1)oo l ptaridrfir, expels a llforeign matter and surely
c""" F, ?s'vi. Act-n. Totter. galt Rheum ani all other disease .md
'111v 11111 4 ("Ilb e It sotmc)'is ji:niples. blackhonds. and other Um
sishtl 14,s : 1. *1, #%f-.n tlie skin ainl assists in restoring a rood complexzl@3
I eosk o an J L uerr .vaaii r:l : taIe,,.%e1 acladice' cl-eiret fr'e to:all who wmif.
TIM SWIFT SPECMIFC CO., ATLANTA, Q&


ESTHER S IJORDAN.*


W. W. HAMPION*


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
PORTR b OCK OAMINBVILM FLORIDAM

Fire, Life and Accident s"'.*"-"
Inm ,h s 0


To Secure Prohibition.
At a large ma-s meeting at the Tab-
ernacle Sunday night the following
resolution was adopted unanimously:
"ResoYled. First that we. the peo
Ile of (;alnes ille. In amss Ineeting as-
sembled. do most earnestly ask our
Senator and Representatlves now In
Tallahassee to use their utmost en-


deavor to arrange to have the question
of State-wide prohibition submitted to
the people of Florida.
"Resolved. Second. That a copy of
this resolution be forwarded to oar
Senator and Representativees ow to
Tallahassee."

"0 em al" 1 OIS l ldl


COOK AUTOMOBILE CO.





F. B. MYERS, Manager




GAINESVILLE, FLORID





We desire to announce to tfe rit6ient of Gainesville that ar-

ringements hav- been completed and we will hereafter have

charge of the rew Garage or Masonic Street. Being thorough-

ly experienced we can guarantee you the best workmanship at

moderate charge.



We also make a speciatyof Retiq Mahimn

and will keep a full line of Supplies at ll times



Storage Room in connection. Agency for the Celebrated

"BUICK"--Best for the money in the world.






Here Today at Brown House


DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG


FAMOUS JACKSONVILLE EYE AND NERVE SPECIALIST

All Eye, Headache and Nervous Reflex Troubles Overcome
and Cross-Eyes Straightened Without Drugs or Knife.
-----E TODAY ONLV--


Also Agents for the

celebrated


Cooper & McKee

Opelite

Refrigerators

Lined throughout
with Neptune lining,
the best non-conduc-
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GAINESVILLE


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THB DAILY SUN: OAIMBSVILLRI FLORIDIA, APRIL 13, 1909


,hs jakaee n
in, -I.
Zg U wag ST ........ memo &,A PWAAr
P.O L aRw ...... eB owesee Uese

OaW lmei HIn Block.
S W Uaft.ea, k I eVm.a rinwm sI
-th flB -.l y m *srstg -.
i MI. daem wi W r .aiTrla tri cRty,

sn -r ob ay-ar seaPm mot;weeweea.sth i

-a- a I a smir TmUa e t'eCsu. se





^----M-----
the Wmek ileless etgm.
8apgwr. Ii- eoIwiH i, .lund B

860 Isy Ohwne eveiry beadp m s a.


t h i tl, iameW e lme atmn asi


OB etlu-w.af evelU I oandue eAvler.
as.e tand eN. teM cnt od themsosm
S lto a"f th adwnir ahie dw i to S




a d mass fries mm ms. mater






#wo M. i w g o
tU Ohak tor"M amend hir






vftW If the varlou tla aM~ SM&.vI
i F4i080 Weieft ina tb .unI

YUs Ios @emw I ear DQ s -u


,g. g ~he the seeak et tle
11 d m---- .....










aby emmet ce mae ito edre |I the
A io t o m sh e1 mM -un.












lwM of the t I hl se.

pein is sm is heek ll vthe are


Sme m In bor fol th i| thea d
tie m herr eI evIer isn.the


A I WcNab ias dom o tow



i polls wit tse a uran D tin it ps
IL ealy t ao friends. ar o matter





ltwho las dK r. ill b he tos.d a.

governor a o .lchrist' recommu nde
m b the athority.to amnd e t har-t
dal the varour itier and toh nrI
Slotri be v td I in th. co uncil





O thme an l cipaOl ths has tean mlt-
TIveably cmmelte-d uians bh the
des.of ithe State. li ho It ay -ag t
who te legislature ncrig thi
on he r sid: "lC Mur h lne Of thle.




oderaton thot a r wety on har
OWterests of the .ariO.s cityesmd,









the Legh Slature. I h is* a .-g.e!l> I
o tore Lig rta ll ore for its letis last



setat. it i rd H lU Men o that
lchartlrs cal uthel ta ke'ae tld Ii t.
&c1uci.t he wan tfrind. go matter












dum. This i U dcbr ult's dl ltte-r"
Opan of eaftguardbof tih.t ciant char-

Ie peopl te of ltvo. clirsa tod t adel

ctes th unihe uual ti als r b -ll ti~oa -
tlag an old bill whecn h nm"o b. intro-
Likely thl at the .Irhi duty on nc r
to thee gilslature co. ncernini g thri auto

eralgiiature is usual ti taken up, iin -ht-
actble eaa~ ofl toun andi cit v har-
bter. Such tait Iurt.e ;iimli ..II Iocal.

the Legqu lture I ki- s II. I
la more inilsortguarne to theli ii. Z ull












es g will Uleiove a tight sqcI- n 1. Tam-

pd TrIthe.





Talk is cheap,. but it takes. real mo-


ey to buy belasne buU Les. --Quiuc
Times.

They ar all of in a bunch. lth
St the race track and at Tallaha-rsee
Jacksoville Florldlan.

Of course Guterorur (i;lihiir t sill
bot invite the maueuib'r of th. Ij.~ l
nature to a 'possum isuplir .p.ala hin
cola Times.

One of the miracles of a college e' dui
ution is how much smuarer it umakL.
a son than his father without hil, l~
llg able to earn a lillig theb ay the
old mau can -Penaoaola Ne~w

Mesala did the proyer thing )cster
day by givig as earthquake bshck
to eattala Mr. IRpsevilt-Just a
shier of recoaltlAo to thA streuuou
Se.-. Peteraur lad eupndt ua


UWMlVUA TV NEW PI SIOSNT. LIBCTION IN M NN.

The election of Dr. A. A. Murphre, If you have read. as you should.
for the rtet four )carA prerldenlt of many of the way e 01 chickens which
the State o lle e for Wome.n at al- have been uttered upon the country
lahasee. to the presidency of the 'nl- during the Ilast fr.w .ear,. .e)la arl, no'
veaity of Florida. to all the vacancy doult surlrie d that *e ..; a,, not
ceased by the remignation of Dr. An over priAuc. d. ais The Tanmla
drew Sedd. will tgle general atlu- Times. It is no .-aqy to acquire hent
faction to all who take an Interest In with a habit of laying 2 1o exig a year
higher education In Florida. Hts eh-c- that it would ,m that c\ery hen
tlon should eliminate all discord that ought to do thit much toward l t *n.ral
may have existed between tho, boards prollerity. Itut somehow the-y don't
governaln the Institution. and while and It It explained by the. I nul rcit
the people of (Gainenvlle will regret of Maine experiment staii n. Afttr
to low so distinguished a citizen as a nine y ars' trial. In which the idea
Dr. Bledd. should he decide to cast of election for high egg production
his lot elsewhere, they will gladly was carried to the limit. the aslentist.
welcome the coming of his successor. have learned that the daughters of the
In speaking of the matter editorial- rpecal egg layers did not Inherit the
ly The Times-'nlon says of Dr. Mur- quality. and that the average of flocks
phree: renainel d about the MamE as bTfore
"As a scholar he hba few equals. In fact. the pullets from hens whose
As an educatioal executive officer. he egg production was nothing remark-
has been a secess at all times. and able made a better average of eggs
we expect under his management a than the pullets derived from o200-e
grater prosperity for the State 'ni- mothers. Which would seem to In-
versty than It has ever enjoyed. dictate that the egg-producing macbin-
"We are pleased with the selection cry part of the hen has reached Its
of a PlorMdia for the chief education- limit and the actMul prodoetio of
al poseltiM I the State. Of course. eggs depends on housing. feeding and
we would at imit the Board of Con- re-tat selection has already doe
trl or the Board ofB dueatoio to the Its0 wr.
State t the aelee6o of aes for edu-
ectomal poslto. Tkey should get 1 U IESS gEN
the best wherever th Sa d them, but
tey hould not take It for granted
that the bet are not ritht here in. SdM S Ils Tr Ol Aftil ed-c
Plora An other things being equal. Ak S .M L
a Floridan ktter than an ot-
Idw elemme bel kowsl the people Te .o recess manI t regard to
WW 40 In ater known by t h busy busanes ian. At
"p0 le. ito also better lsdds tbe rusha out for a bite to eat.
tW Meli ad the needs of the He bolts his food without proper ma-
1 11 L oc ticatisn. and heaps ea his stomah an
t. Na hree is not a nMt Te of extra burde n greater than It Is able
llda, hb he is noe the los a to cay M witbaot breaking down.
iPlndnm, He became a Floridian His overworked stomach is crylng
from choice ars go. He has e for help; It appeals to him for relief In
voted his eneltr tg ieducatlo here; various ways: Expulsion of sour gas;
he ka built for himelf a reputation waterbrash; our taste In mouth;
ere. ad b a on e of heaviness after eating; shortness of
"He felow a disttlnDbed. a schol- breath; bad breath. etc.
rin. an able Man. Dr. lledd has done One Mi o-na tablet taken with or af-
a good work In putting the State I'uol ter each meal will help any sufferer
versity on a high plane. He has been from dyalesila wonderfully. It aids
a success In the past, and his com- the stomach In the work of digestion
manding talents guarantee hil suc- whi(h it nimut perform.
cesa to the future. Ili-o-na tablets are told by J. W.
"Florida has a university which McCollum & Co. at :,o cents a large'
stands high among similar Institu- box. with a rigid guarantee', to cur',
tons In course of Instruction and in dy.-'ll..la and all stoniuach truulIls. or
corps of instructors. There is no rea- moltv y bat.. TL:. i.yl;imke etiing a
son why any student should go out I,;lt: urn.
of the State to finish his education Ml-o-ua clanses and Ipurinftl ther
unless he wishes to enter a profev.-- stoniach ani bowels and puts \iKgor
sion for which th. Statc. II'.l\'r.itt ;land stre'nigth into the' ov.erwcorke'dI ti
has no sl wcial course. iForldfan.s sueis It Is tih' lture'-st .tt;achu;h tonic'
should luItrnonie their honei.' in.-tit in 111th ( world.
tion. and help to place e it at the v\e r M -o-a is .ilib h a leading di lii -t-
tpci anionll tihe et ducati l.al iii tiltlultl A : ; .
,f the land --

CURRENT COMMENT.

Thi' Nirftolk Vli.iman iti o 'it '0. t A I i-O ) I
sa) .. Th.u h l 1. 6t. n *thi AI 1 .,! ,, Cur,.' cat:irit or in. ie.v h>',. .TJ -t
g* th-r ihje. t itn,;.loa h. t i it. *I a. it r,::it I r.,4,t i in. it1 iu l. t.' ttitiil. i ',a ...11
n al;l< \, r\ I r tIt liff, I, '! I. \ h i ui tu .l tr l. J l tv ,,,'- Drug,.~.- .


thl tariff l till n m J.iinli, I th! .I.i- i.;
l ti-' e- h t ilThi.- 1. uil,' w i a1

Shii Al'l r h .a n l I ., l; a t hii i i.
Se4 Ilat w ill i I .it. '!L..at s .t t
witlh ,iit ai. ll'I
The .Minttgo, i r Ai.d\ rti.-. r l' Illn aI
isaY : ti ilte'rll l li-. i- ill1. Ill
the l -l'eul, lu .icai i',rt\. tl iliarr linh g
and the' bick ring wouldl ier eiit a
pleasing sI-<-tacil- to tIht lo. r- of
Xoid gtoveu'rlnnatit. If t li-' IuNlix'raitl
iarty in (Conigri'- dld noIt lpre.--'lrt tih.
a.nll i i tacl, It Ia a lt-it, the It lln -
trats could inot -it Iack unitt1llt' .1.ii
see the lterndal war go iu .rrll)y on
without pulling upl in it the lllasl\'.
The C'harlettoln Post ~a, ): 'AAs t
happens. (;en Castro u auot a' priatel
citizen lie is the lawful pres-lident of
Venezuela and at an), Unit he re-turins
to 'aracas uand iruoqails J44 res4aI -
tion of his funcuons as chief 'xc''u
tile. any disputant of his authority
is in defiance ,of the law of Vl \'einezula;
The' lresidet lt may abt, lt halim.* If
and c(mmiit hi.- anitlirlty tlo thIc i'lI- ie
lr.aide'nt liachii t'a.-iro tiasi dioni l
UliI i his rtHurl itco iffi t' i li l r.
Ide Ilit la t a, % Id tii|p lh atthorit or
I),'.-cO ll. .a I t,. I 'I I t I th. -tr Ia lt h
of ('s-1.( 1 i' ra ,ltll aIr.l ,I, tr I th.,
iX),.ra liar lilp Jor I* I!,. \ are iitkt
kei.-e liig a r, ..I tli ai'i .A .'. ltili a ii
friei ml) naiatiiL o hnr. hit ar. a(ttuial
1) iIite'rft'ring tith th.n returni of t ,.
co bttlitutIed e aI c Ut>U i otI f that lu tillIt to I
hli rightful lia'ce aUd 5u. r it i.
ind-deed a rrularkabli." -ositionl the ji)*
rs bah aas aumuned, hoset-er cousldiir
ed

The Tillaha*a.r True Dteml crat is-
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SAVANNAH. COLL'UMIA. CAMDEN. OLUTHERN PINEL,
RALEIGH. RICHMOND. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE.
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THE SE:AIrc l i) F'l.itllA 1.1MITEl-- olld Pullman Vebti-
bule trali. c'urt aiig, of Pullman Club Car. Observation Car and
l'ullnan liilnin Car bte- ee'n Je.rsev City and St Augustine; Pull-
mai (omiaartnm.'it ('r t .l etru Jersey City and Palm H ach;
Pullmau liraw inlg ROm lr.-p.-rs between Jersey City and
Knlvht s Key and Jersey City and Miami Leave 8t Augustine
12.l p m and Jacksonville 1:25 p m dally except Bunday.
For full Informatle aid sl eepn ear NreeevatMlea al ea
8"y Agf aboard, ir writ JI SOVLYTON. Jr, JAstatM
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THE DAILY SUN: 6AINERVILLF. FLORIDA, APRIL 13, 1909 5


NEGRO VOTES BAVE

BUSINESS MEETING

MET FOR PURPOSE OF RATIFYING
THEIR FULL TICKET.


CAUSES DEUTY


U sn PA ub lsa ek UP Of aSUM

Ia.ell?. lie Caaesled hb catarrh. In
ii Iiin -r- oinfrs roo ng (-.ltarrh
'A % -.. II it 1. .1I I e t 11h ole1.11 'it % I)..


Chairmaan 'Bill**Nelstot F jrea Prof"- ;..ra, vr i' i ~.
neatly .n All of 1.3 '!airs' ei i.."it to) c .. f
and Deci1:era!c-e. &aermite' too titi atairrh. mill
fI,, cit,., 1o 1H 11a % I:a Is -%cI c' t .j
A *.1i t, *- i ial to) .': t c it ii arv. A v Sill
"I ii I F Iu 1 ';e I lot'd A ii I !i. r.:. t ( o ;it fdor I,@-till- iviic'ia e' i
wille u r (if r lo coo lstlor.1 1, 1 ..11 A' v (. iis.rmia iho, trial Nw. s i. 1
,*i .C r i-t t iie litl her ',# ii -e esoee 11'11111i1el hl.-'it 0., e lto ob l i' il.
ill trmoiic ti et I ill I eF, T ?o. too i:!toumr c'a.isa it) in I~t- '011 ad to-t
a' r. arrmui.:'o-m i t. I- t ilt. ( it e t (! I \\ I. ta k Il
t;, it ii i' tleh n'.s UI t.1 i'el teomiaa% I o-e ri-k., iv) onf.' l- :oil Iii-c' an)~
ii' 1. .I f lo t it V I, .-' l I snuaci- 'u
pa P v f.of I Ill-lto'acrimpwo-'oi rm if.% Ing the'- M '!.- tuee-4- te;",,I tiu l li.,
I )t' 1 Arnco% licked anud a I-co tea as 'T* r w v's- so' kitoos atir dc l e' linii'
uvrta ji-t tll%%i ig-ciin morc, e'cl hatal prv'dtaII R lMncu-
toe' '11 tho. c:0.4 t .1 1 Ficl* sill c-uire' vaaarrh. It is designed
A.l I of thI.@ aliffie'e Ci-gmro otherss for that (nc* Iir*t-icular Iourloosc. It is
So-re iii-' rut, ted in th' t- maltvr of porop- tnot a cure-.alhl pr.scriboloo to) cure' every


cily.v iarkiig their Iballot ;and arrange-
ments for carriages w-eror made by
the leading nmmbemrs who will assist
In getting out a full vote of the color.
el peo|ls.
While there, will always be some
"pickings" for the colored peo tl on
this day. it has becomeI less import-
ant to them. and candidates have
ceased to "cough up" the money to
suit their fancy as they did In the
olden days.

One-Quarter f a Pound a Week
At least. is what a young baby ought
to gain in weight. Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with Its
digestion. Give it McGee's Baby
Elixir. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-
ness. good for teething babies. Price,
25c and 50c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Highly scattered.
"Tour gl:lnast'w.c l1(' -ai.l. 'alia. ve' iuxncd*
a great dilTereronce In y,,ur :alwenrarn'ce.'
"I.k you think se'" ie' is-te'd.
"Yes. You lomk sR* ltrtelliacrt with
them on."-<'bilcnao Icol, or I Ilrall


dii-era-c that flnch is heir to. It is a
-|jciflc. Rexall Mucu Tone Is absorbed
in the toimach and carried by the
blood until it penetrates every part of
the body. acting as an antiseptic, dis-
ilfect ilng. cleansing, soothing and
healing agent. It rids the system of
all gerntm and poisonous matter, puri-
fies and enriches the blood, rebuilds
injured tissues. cleanses and Invigo-
rates the mucu-cells. neutralizes the
acids of the body. stops mucus dis-
charge. tones up the entire system.
promotes nutrition, increases body
weight. and brings about a feeling of
healthfulness that is lasting.
We have Rexall Mucu-Tone In .two
sizes. Prices U0c and $1.00. We urge
you to try a bottle on our guarantee.
J W Mck'ollum & Co.. corner East
Main and Union streets.
Reponsive.
There was at least one responsive
bearer In the c crowded little cburb In
an English village, and It happened
thie way:
Guests had arrived unexpectedly at
the country parsonage on Sunday
lurrnuing.
The weekly supply of butter had run


short. so the hospiitable bhost i p"tct'h-
For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE. ed old Joc. the handy uui to his
Whether from colds, heat, stomach twighbor. Mr. Pu.I'u whose dulry al-
or nervous troub.es. Capjudine wi~ll ways Iast,.d a surilu,". "aThe ljartn
relire you. It's ltlqud-l<-,'a.ant t,, Iproc e'detd te, church with his well pre-
.& d..- mm ...-t..I T in,. IarIed-J wrmulcou, cu tsow' f the' deep


me ciat I- t -IIut lm t lJ
25c and 50c at all drug I

A little want ad. will
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Stores. bayzs tof tue feregl fl*tixstle' u:;41 w. 'va
v ieI I uijdcr wmeiw it1 it when hs' 4 .1 .
r-tun.;! i _- euipt e l udo'd. 4 4 iov lud dfi ht-
accornpll-b would quietly s4lio in slid L uir I&N uLc-
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ju i' n ie'w 410ter. IIit-tue' ni~tvtr
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:111 pi ill lld 1,1. i.t i I i pale ia. iiet I

it IlaI I1I Ig% (oil a 11 41.14 1,11 Iti~C t ,
fAil'ig v.I. It.v1. It l, la ieir c rv'l ccit hab
ibis.1% %%.rkoel ..pl.pi.ri-jilea. rijore ut*iit
SInga i c tliiJ itchy urr m' Utl1 Ici yfour Bill
ujaii. s Zlleb ari. .t .'.atiteka idetify.
0 0 IThe'1-11. 'Ill tii a-I, luah n'elalwaayd
twevg belre-, loutl It I% chimtivlt tit know

o cr einetly wtbere Ithe' Ort dse st t
DLI~r the gnat vial-4-r-r laid lits retualum."
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A WARSHIP'S RAM.
The Hue Steel *eek I* Capable of In-
flietti Tsrrible Injury.
A mntw rni ram is nothlnsg nire than
a hnugepP t''1l l)ak. or sr.it. whlitoh i
fitted to the prow of the ltnttle.hip fior
the pnrpo(e of deotr,. litr an I emy's
ship In tnime of war I the f ,orp of
tii-ii n Ii'ltul Shli'ill n I ..-.. 'I tie
ro L1 i 0-1' I" .1 I,, r r -in :', : 7t Tin
4, I r u r h'i,e tli f. Irf 'i Pro l
nt fIi!l (!4.cl. wuWl I. ,e II t. I t t.,

A Ihttl..,hl-p's* rum w-el:h. n? iilit fIr
ty t.,i :.i dh 14 c t '1 I in 1 T I, le -.'
It I f s.,1id -t, I :' il t r :~*i> et f trilk
Ing a t rienit 1. l ,i I Ii -,e41 'rlof\\
a minn- f*-:lr ii: ut 14' nnlide. lut the
,1:1 ..f th' natuli rl r, hilte. t iq u,-'inanl
t4 tlt.r ti:k .f c!ei.. ilin n ship that
CRnt rI'- tlI!: rim.
<;relat cn ro mnrlet 1e ex-cr. I~el in 11f
Int, snth a heaiy |' Il'-ep f ste, 'l. The
metlhd cretnerally anoel lows: Tiw' ramn is N uswj:"tI-del from a
rtre ng delrrl k. the I ttotai aend of
wh!, h s. natta.ied t(, tle extr'mne end
of the vresel's kL'el latest Tho IapL
lhotwecn the rinm anmi tlihe uncomipletel
part. .r ihull. Is wallI tight comikrt
n'cits. Tbe Wenlmaon sI o fixed that It
slriLke Just btlow the armored belt.
where resistance is weakest, while it
is no shaped that the rating resXel
can by rvrersmt her engines easily
disentangk bhersif from the shilp she
has stralr.- Philadelphia Record.
The wat ada 4o more ral etate
bstul thm ad other broker earm
ltaed-a bet they "tart" oamot
the 6em thate the breb ad



11118111 convieft 1111m me now


stoet oe us91' .
If there I the sllghtest doubt In the
minds of any that Dnadruff germs do not
exit,. their belief tI compelled by the
fact tha rbbt a Innoculated with tho
germs became bald In aa weeks' timl
It must be apparent to any person
therefore that the only prevention of
baldness Is the destruction of the germ-
which act it successfully accomplished
In one hundred per cent. of easse by
the application of 'Newbro' Herplcdle.
Dandruff Is earned by the same germ
which cauSep baldness and can be pre-
vented with the same remedy-Newbro's
erpilclde.
Accept no substitute "'Testroy the
cause yu remove the effect."
Sold by lendlngl drurists. .end W1. fI
stawt for sample to The HFrplide Co.
letr olt. Mich.
. Ilodiford & Co. Special Agents I


Afraid of Ghosts
1toy pgl ae o of n elt. Pew p"o "
emd IudI geme. Yes the a"eOteisa elal O
Ie rim is a "t. N the arm eldt be maliVad .
Sta sime -eq st -erersit k we-d app mo re I
terrible tham my ro-ehee-thim drags. Gem
as'tl be avoided. They ae thn o airwe 'r e ,
the water e diek.
T71 erMm am am, prmope m arh dm the mdlkie -
of the system gives it ree scope to establish it-
self and develop. When there is a dericicry of
vital force., aluor, restlesmeass, a sellow shsek,
a hollow eye, whe the appetite is poor and the
sleep is rokes, t is time to Iurd against the a erns Yoe s
fortify the body sltaimt all Ierms by the -se of Dr. Pierce's <(Go
em Medical DiScovery. It ireee* the vital power, dees--s- h
system of clogioln imprities, enriches the blocd, puts the stem
ech and ortam of digestim and nutrition in working eodkities, o
that the term Sds nso week or tainted spot in which to fbred.
"*(*oldn Medical Discover" eoetais ma ele-hol, whisky or
bbit-orminA drugs. All its ilmredtems printed em Is outside
wrmappr. It is mot a seret mostrmn but a medlelse op sown
couwrMono sad with a record o 40 ywen f rsres. Accept m
substitute-there is othing "jut as. god." Ask yeor aw igbors.



G. S. Merchant & Co.


Staple and Fancy Crocerles
OrsIl, Guare Seed .ad Feul(6bers
SOtFFH SlO SOQUARS e-- AmeovgLMLE FWSIA
otomma wmu.pst peosaid tsr OCbhm.% Ugp sd ~ Pmuw
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Groceries Grain
TO THE TRADE ONLY
No Order Too Large



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The Watson Realty Comp'y

Will Introduce


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AUCTIONEERS!


Come out and hear them cry the same bid at

the same time in the same tone, selling a lot

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILL. FLORIDA, APRIL 18, 1909


end ollr, ae an o n
ttantt eSNl carel aby
&* r BMelm la nd wI a tir
oe ed of 1t5w w-h a rft.
on" himetf Thomes and
II b an Amriam took up
with i famiy Ia Ie-
smaree were at a low eb
Mhb them he CoaWNved the
minding to AmerI a some
et highly Ihmm d plageu
Iy the same asl be Ia-
to ship an Ilnrnal machine.
to have exploded a few
the resel had left port.
mE rrw. however, jt
wam put a board.
IrMtke lea of U .
iPwhioe l wmme wasid

I athe e.esa i h( the
i Ammufin and e ,h th
i O Imn. lThe emw a o
OdMe wasetogeti taIs
ut w to -sf
laew Thems m that
the l hetwweh the hem I

be ap-s am the V M aw
i n to l iMhW pe,

mas ws e to fa i
aft I if dood day

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Fuemeb PhusO. GAINXUVIUK
& adm "IA.

T. F. THUM
UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL UNE OF
NOW GOODS...

Loawn In
Lout:utgi, tmlUTOo
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Wead Peoou la Leade tIn o 4
"1 carae to town on Wednesday and
M1tended to go to the Ancent Mnaec:
mlde a Bungle abnot my T cket: It
was too late to get It. The Im wing
BRoo wra the ob)jet yesterday. They
made a nmltake In my Ire w. It was
aot deep enonh for my Mnnmlurne
sad the glass of my edan ('hnir win
not mended. Looked at my Iirlng~:
fond them Aomilnable. I walked all
over the Town till I was. Lori1. bow
tired! tIAked In upon the l u, Ih. of
Godion while Ihe took off her Iloop tn
DTle witth the iedforda."
Thi was Jane. druhess of O(rdon.
who rode down Ite 1i h t,'t i f t,'
Inborrh on a ,lg*l' In,.k In the d. her wEd glrth c ld and ril-ed r nrulq'
for the new bhihland rnginent when
other maans had fal ld by allowltn
mech ma to take the 41illg fr 'm I,.e
tween hrr llp. ItIorol wr(le *e ritnlar
fr court d m until the davs of G(eorge
IV, althoraug In private life the Indlle'
skirts ad been growing more and
ore scanty since the days of the
FrIPh wrrotltion.-Frw m "John Hlook
ham rwe and nli Friends." by G-
brieBe estig.
W1hlM< a Vli.mL
The wa M. Tray.s the irFn t lolla.
set. beam the owner of a Uarnertls
vtlalt dated 1742 was thus quantly
tM by huansetf: 4
*The Oearnera was bought In Par
Il b a p pa od ta e, a charmin
yoau weamru I ativid her the rtIo
Il. Mr late ave It to me. I teach
tMh pp. sad by sad by I meet er
taer, a mat loely youga woman.
with whom I fad to love straltgtway4
sad mM amo I so to my sister-l -
law, w was my papo and ay to
her: *
"It a tta e rYe top tbUar with
v L yTa wl Mnever learn how to
OitV 'I. tal the Uberty of a big
ete, ut be doa mt o Ie it for long
iMe At lt abe smeeub to myci e-
-n a ed wbme ad shde stop
play .I Th=n I ay grmadMisq- tly: I
*' w sdl Nhe Ouamms IT 4*
I ae t an d tt It h w the ve a
l emethe a *pis of TtaRe." -

A (Imeins rs manage waes te t
-m a n=g Ieas" osu Ise m 4
a .mm-. N byswombM sl..4
4t the m eChaueto. a dawynma 4
emles1Ara1d at thea t eof the o-
eal ft fa lre emman and Cmmami
a hi w":
4 1f*0 tlher yWuto a whettd
-r le e; theth eir rwthr
a tOle a as th e at th





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0- wMidM m dmaM wat
st VoaB .mAl the a e I" 4

The I. r ea Lesglen to a
he al l er h l the N.M"bM W elW 4





wl,'h explalnb why whe ieu Imn 4It
bThe toatifUl Frdlt." whebr.e mythicnl
relgn waa a l~oden ase Indert. |M I
seard a qaen. or hald mill. wbk'b
Mround out sold aud ipace. ,but whibc
would rtlnd out torem of anything de
aired by Its owner. Two giant umaid
eas. ruled over by ProdL were the
irLderas. In sn evil day a u rover
came upon the -ren.e, lew Frudt and
carried off the quem and the two
Itant matkleo who worked It When
the ses rotver' vernl wa right ,ot at
we he ourerd tbe mlaldeN to litd
ait. At hIdeiniht they askel If they
had ot ground enough The m
roerr. amfry at lrlag awakenud from
hbT sleep. coUllua d thi(i u to (grtlld
until uolrlin. Now. the leant l maid
eil iturally lldengh ae rkd eery


qui'kl)y ,, a they wnt tin l lgrinding
the l I tl If iiat grl('w lIe:i lit It
sank thte h11'p aItd ,V1 thec 1,.1 Will
COuUtlllU' hltl fI.re.i r
A Baby Show in Gainesville
Would haete laliil) c('o nt*)l .ta t-. but
J:' bat c by tha tto i.tay t t alI hi.- t h I
by nould wli Ithe icrtle No Iabby
can be bralthy who suItera from
worms. and umoat babies do utnhl,'
they are kept free from th n u lth
Whlte Creamn Vermifuge. Ata
quickly, yet mildly -l, its owu purgut
tive. Mother don't attempt to ral-c
cbhldren without White's ('ram
Vermnfuge. Price 25 cuts. Sold by
W. M. JobaoB.

nIe M I r I t" MW sa t le Mv-
as a V a I- s w
a = bow t M emit.. M
aa 10860 0 a w s$1111I


THE BI




PIAI


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CO


TEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in


Behalf of Bush & Safford.


e a
5 5


$3,6655000

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
raiding in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 7 p. m.


April 15th, 1909


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a int or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
TIo ah *t Ime t-i af t@ Imt aa ha bsh NO fir.......$2j00.j
Te ado -eN--W i 0 M j 06 d HII a W-- "- am* Xw I...... ..1756
T ebuitiirsuMqb..tM *at li ~ af^sUlh...... .-...8. 1MW IU.M
To af d rMU g d MOM k I ah mthmhfe, s ma 0h kroo......- ... 15I.N
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.
I I I


How and Where to Get
f-Votes
The following merchants will give ooe vote
or every cent paid into theli eatablishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Harlware C.
Phifer Breo.
Hyde & Teach.
Where Vtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establlsh-
meats of the mcrchantl giving votes and at The.
Bun outBe. Votes sent by mail miust btn direct-ed
to the Voting Contest LDepartsuent of The Sun.
Galnesa Ille. Florida.


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest Is open to anyone living in
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
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 an
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidate or others interested in this contest.
such controversy may be referred to the coo-


ductors of contei
qualified to rend*
4. In the even
draw from the ra
allowed to traitsfe
candidate In the


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$1.25-Three months' subscriptiou.. .................


$2.50-8ix months' subscription ....................... 1
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ("' 'I ,. ,"). ..25
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (t', ) "'A- ).. ) .2
h'Iere is o0 liillit to the nliuller of club et'achl collt

THE SEMI-WEEKL
$1.00-On yer's M bscriptio ..................... ....
PF a club of fl v oe.yar bcriptionu ...................


I so-
000"


There is no limit to the number of clubs each cont


Isitul votes by candidaets oifrisaods, within thestr
disibell Votes ism6
m e m e..A Alk A AM AM AM AmwA


att. who alone are the persons
er decisions.
t a candidate decides to wit-h
ace. such candidate will not be
r votes to the credit of another
contest


el a. s .\c< m w*wi. r,
400 votes 500 votes
,000 votes 1,200 votes
,000 votes 3,500 votes
,000 votes 30,000 votes
,000 votes 30,000 votes
t'-tallt lmaN' t'ctr. )

SSUN
S.. ..... 400 vota
. 4,000 vot
estant may secure.

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THE DAILY 8UN: OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. APRIL 13,1909 7


FINANCIAL STATEMENT

Of the oeard of Publie Inotretion of
Alachua County, Flerida, for the
Month Ending March 2. 1909.
To Hon 8. Ii. Wiengres. Clerk Circuit
Court. Alachua County. Fla.
Fir: In compillance itth l ,ectlon 2.
(':a; t.or 4::;:2. I.aws of Vl, rila. s*,
hi re !,y file lwith you lth' ollowitig
It* ;;.iL'ed rtatetniltt of tI.,,. IlllIn'te re.
cr-l\d and exr,-iideldd ;atl larrantp
i--'i d for the month ,crulia March 2.

Treasurer's Rport.
F-. l ;7. il last report m, r-
*lr:iat ............... -- --
Re',veI'led from Collector. tax'-i l.924' c.T'
1:c*c'-ic,-d from Collector. polls
1*' 7 ...... .. .... ... .. ,. )
K.,-ii\ I fro ;.i controllerr.


Int. -~hoo, l fund ...........


I .6p42.32


$.; 917.-S7
I -.* warrnnt.. ..... $.' 94
Is.o overdraft last
reli t ... ,I. ::3 $1.240' 27


Italance ................


.$2.677.60


Special Tax Districts.
Palance last report.......... $1,560.311
Received of Collector....... 536.67

$2.4197 05
Less paid warrants .. ...... 99.01

balance .................. $1.997 97

WARRANTS S1SUED.
White Teachers-Common Fund.
Charles Nixon. Falrbanks No. 5.
$20; E. H. Cclller. Rochelle No. 3.
$45; Willie Mclatosh. No. 3. $40; D.
L Ouy. LaCrosse No. 8. $5;4; Bessle
Snow, No. 8, $40; Mamie Whitcomb.
No. 8. $40; Charlotte M. Baldwin.
Archer No. 10. $60; Florence Baldwin.
No. 10. $35; Mary Ierkstresser. No.
1,,. $40; Annie Collins. canopyy No.
1'. $75'; Ada Hague. Jeunlings lake
No. 12. $40; Caroline Littlepage. Mica.
nopy No. 15. $45: Sophie Merry. No.
" 1'. $45,; W. F. King. Island Grove No.
IN. $7;, Elsa Reinoehl. No. %1. $4(;
Vera Kerr. No. IN. $4r,; \\illie Jones.
SSuwanine* No. 19. $4I(; (; \W. FoKg.
Hlawthernu No. 21. $(*;, (:r;: .r- Fo:g
No. 1 $. ,$7.*: An i.' I1. M lhl:n ll No,
21. $:U7: Iila Fra.. r Ai. tie. h No o '..
$.e; Mamni.' \W illi.in -. No' 22. .1o,'. M
1M ltr.;ant. \V.aldo N. i $1'': I.e. ii
Itaird. No 21. $:.', I: \.t, ',,, \N(
21. $:,": S.eli." \W i-. '. ,'.
JiulinN McCr N.i .' 1 I lar '.
olP, .,. ,o 21 ?1" \\ 1 ':t I-
< i N 'll 1 .* ; 1 1 1 I .n i
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No 1. :$;:; Manle E. (ardinr. No. 1.
$30; Moselle GIplon. No. 1. $30; L L.
Alachua No. 23. 4.3; Maude ewlws.
No 23. $45. 011O G. Knight. Ioch-
N!ooa No 29. $4". Katie C (rlffith.
Splrlng I11ll No. 4o, $40; Hatti- EnKn
lih. I roenn No. S9. $44. Hattle
';,-org,. i homai ..o 91. $S',; Lottle
T .* t r ;.r t iIn No 2 $o.'.; M1 A. Mc
lt:. N(tni l, NIo 7,". $4'*. : \V <;il


in. Stk. No *;. $4.. Kathelrliae
.iLlt. r. I 1 ell No. -. .lni.a John-
-.(rI N ', %. :: (Ch rle. N Ixon. Fair
- ;'- ks No ". $2,. .1 M Ed.ld Pine.
'.ttave. No .$42.$ I. Mtinni K ,1.* .
a ;iia F*'e NoL 2'. $7,o. Klla Fuquia. Can-
on No ::.'. *$:; Iokrn iDrawd. Road-
'i. i, No. 74(. Si'; .May Warren. Town-
* nd No. d 1. $lU;1. IItesl.e Whitcomh.
(;ro\, Park No % $t4. Total.

Negro Teachers.
T. E. )lflotw. Union Academy No. 1.
f',:,; I, A. Artfson. No. I. $4o; Susle A.
t;rant. No. 1. $3:; Amy L. Iavis. No.
1. $:;; EKmma P Williams. No. 1. $30;
( hristena Artson. No. 1. :130; Meta
!Hear't. No. 1. $:30; Male E. Gardner.
No. I. $:; Mozelle (ipson. No. 1. $30;
I. L. Murrell. No. 1. $30; Mamie C.
Dellose. No. 1. $33; Adrianne M. Ty-
Pon. Coleman No. 10, $20; T. E. De-
llose. Unlon Academy No. 1. $ 5; L
A. Artson. No. I. $40; Amy L. Davis.
No. 1. $30; Susie A. Grant. No 1. 30:
Christena A. Artson. No. 1. $30; Emma
P. Williams. No. 1. 30; Meta Hearst

BUSINESS CARDo

DR. OEO. WALDO,

-DENTIST-

Graham Suildin. a S MaIm Streat hN
Seil PheIme Al s Long 06s em

DR. DWARD CLARK

DWNTUT,.
ORcs In Graham Bulidln, over
Bauaders Earle' store. Pboae
No. 354.


D)i. DuVZL B. MOIIalI

....DENTIST..

s"e oe OGalaesvilloe Netlnaml s
Phone 3".

)R. J. H. ALDERMAN.

DENTIST.

Oflce over Dutto a & o's. Bus
Phone 20O. Galaesvillle. l

T, E. BAKER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCE. .


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UA (INES4VILLJE. Alachua Co., FLA
OMie in Hawntans Block.

' FEHI)INAN D BAYEIt
ATWI\nDKVV AT LAW-


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Alm-bua t4'r~.(t S i; :

Gri ,jitb No 4 IW I -rv K
IJ ': Nl e .' $4'
siig Al~b $ ~Al VU "e


Murrll. No 1. SO3; Minnle C. ID-
Iloie. $3." E. J. Italley. Fr-eedom No
3. $2,.; Mrs. W. 0 Wattn. 1.1i,,rtv IIIII
No 6. $'o0; Althea M. Jonewi Mt
View N\o %. $2"; William Madison
(;ordon No. 13. .2:.. J J i llo,..
Archer No. o.a; .1 C .lJotn. .l.onhc
%ille- No. 1V'. $31.; NelleII Hulghe--. No
1.'. t'.,; Alice* Nickleson. No 1:. .$2a.
I> I' S;-ark,. lllu. I'.-tr l No 1:.* $27,.
S. \W I) lt,,. 4 I IIK I'oi.4 N\ ,. I",
Al;hea A ltron. No .". $2*. Ella
J RichardMon. W'indsoir No 22. $2,.
Frankle. HKR nolds. o(raiie.i ll'iht S No
2:7. $2,.: lattie ('hild.. S:tnlta Fe No,
27. $2". Cra .lJne,. I;ike Jffnirds No
2:I. $C". \ Page'. G;re.wins No, :.o.
2'.'. M C. Morrison. lHague No ;.1
$2::; II. Wilson. Jerusalem No :'2.
$:.': Illanch Patterson. No. 32. $1;.
Ethel Williams. Grove Park No. 35.
S-'*; Aqullla Ayer. Roche'lle No. 40.
$2., Victoria )Delolse. Four Mile No.
41. $20: Ruby Bennett. Fairfield No.
42. $20; Lutle I. Halle. Locbloosa No.
44. $20;: Mamle flowers. Ogden No.
49. $2S41 J It Madison. Hickory Pond
No. 50. $20. Total, 81.377.00.
S-dries.
O-"-m
J. I. Kelley. salary. $150; J. L. Kel-
ley. office. $13.60; Garnesville Hard-
ware Co.. No. $4. $1.04; Galnesville
Hardware Co.. $5.55; Galnesville Sun.
printing. $4.75; Ganesville Sun, ad-
vertislng. $2.80; R. R. Weeks. mileage
and per diem. $30.40; William Moody.
mileage and per diem. $26.40; O. W.
Miller. mileage and per diem. $20.80:
F. J. Hammood. No. 21. 86.75; J. D.
Matheson. commission, $51.45; L. M.
Kelley. stenography. $40. Total.
353.54.
Special Ditrict Warruntl-Teachers'

WUllie Wyman. No. 1. $5; E. H. Col-
lier. No. 3. $15; Charles Nixoo. No. 5.
$20; D L Guy. No 8. $20; Rosie S8ow.
No. X. $5; Charlotte M. Baldwin. No.
10. $20; Mary Berkstresser, No. 10.
$10; Florence Baldwin. No. 10. $5;
Annie L. Colllns, No. 15. $5; Caroline
Littlepage. No. 15. $5; R. O. Williams.
No. 16. $5; Georgta Snow. No. 16. 85;
Lottle Teeter. No. 20. 810; G. W. pogg.
No. 21. $20; Grace Fogg. ;o. 21. 15;
Annie L. McDonald. No. l. $5; J. M.
Eddy. No. 27. $30.45; OP e G. Knight.
No. 29. $C; Ada Phill No. 3.. $10;
Matel McKinney. No. .2. $5; R. I.
Walker. No. 43. $7.: Annie Prich. No.
41. $1l.. .M. A .MK'cake. No. ). $10;
I.Ila Vause. No. 62 $.; I.. 1.O'txlell.
No. #;9. $10" A. 1) Kean. No. 7:;. 912.';.
Victoria Ingram. No. 7:1. $1,; IBertha
Terry. No. 7:: 1';: tMattie .Johnson.
No 7::. $1': A i'.- \'Wa;lke-r. No 7;.
S1I,; l.M Miorrow,. N. N 1. I$14: AgnesK
ZXetroi er. No % $1.;. Total, $7::;79 ,'
Special District-Sundries.
.l an.t Shte.*.l.. No. ::. $1 (; \W
I.i\~ 11-tan N is,;. .'l :.. .A .1 lVidal
N\ 1; 1 1 ': I \ Ni *.. $*;.
I '.Ir l i Iar ,li' ('I n I 7, l -
<'r. w <. ,l p It i \ _'*: S I:,, ,
;artl C'ar;. CI, $2 2, i'lh I.,' l;IT \e 2' ; \\W illiamr l ( il.o $1* ,'
A \\ 4.-I. Ne 7'; 1 ", i .\''' X. i
t,,,,, r \., ': |', le, .t .1 .* ',.*,
It. It. WEEKS 'hn ItI 1. I
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ALVISAII11 Al UAWI
N e"JI I .1 4-OF A P 1,14A1. 1 ( 1 % I) 'l lM TA N
UA~INSSIVtLLIN. FWUDJDA. ,~~It '-V( '1 14 IN Or e.,~l'i F 1
Can sll jou1r au properly. ( *. *' .m
prJ'e'd nd d nam;.roied). phosphate, I *.f 1 .,. ,..
truekang and farming lands. Send hil t .r; .* i
a list of wLat you Pfer formal. 2142a i'i .e ......t Ii S
a 4'1 ...- aj. e 'A1 1 .'?A e~el
j1A. CARL.18E, r'
AT'i4)RNEY AT LAW I u s
1 '1 tii. -aid e2et i 1. .. t 01, P Ar Ill ra,
And Soliector in E;qouit ybth taaauarije, eat oue'h eii-rrtilAt&C U iiQ' Lbbi-
I' r -% %aidaeerruie te %hal; 1w reelpenued
Roe' EstiIt, Con veyaneing and Ueo w e'e..rdlna fo I& m tu z dn Ce a i o.-. MIerut
ora Practice. All business prome P1 41 alto tAprilAItu110.,
.buoine" Prn" itner # ILY 4s~i*I,&1 mownaurp and beral Lbr
atteoded to. Olle. next door o= Se ISsti din uf 34,,b. A I IlaM
cme.. GAwNSuVILLS. VWRIDA. N H
lid Clerk C ('rrult C-ourt Alad'hua V~b Fla.


lANK CLARK.


TH06. W. rILUDi


CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyers.


Practice In


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Federal


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For r n, whs you used it. 3 tio &e oM you mg
led I dMietioa, tho w ro yam wD sffer beo r KMo
can rtor Good DiNt- .
And. of coure. IndItigction If t- n We knew what Kodol weld do
elected long enough. brings on Irl- before ever the AIrt bottle wa
ous dl asos in which Kolol cannot mold. If we did aot know Jo.t what
benefit you Some' of these there It will do. we would not guaraitee
is no help for at all. It the way we do.
There are. In fact. very few all- It is easy for you to prove Kodl
mental which cannot be traced di- -the next (or the lrat) time yo
rectly to impure blood. And Iam have an attack of ldisdltleo. Aad
pure blood It always due to a die- ou will certainly be surprised at
ordered stomach. the reslts. It is perfectly harme
Use Kodol and prevent Nervous less.
Dy spepala. There can be no harm I trylag
Kodol will efectually artist Na- somethbt that may do you a great
ture to secure a complete restora- deal of good-when t eosts yes
tion of good dtestion. It does nothima It dods.'L
this by at once digestig all food I
la the stomach and keeping It dl- O G ..
grsted, until the stomach is rested Go **w fawdrem 4 miiAm a n *
and ca resume Its own work. Ko1 si' em' ee ~ ha" sed n S
dol removes the scause-ea the iD *ry. AMs hm i mut Ne
eeet quickly removes Itoef. sir. mm me hentwe h e rts a
Wben It Is recalled tat ApO '- !b0 wulV"ti"sms
plexy. Heart Da. Cacer- wMeese .sle.L
even Coasumpte-are due to r amW 10ree mm a i 0Lgee.
poor digestio ad poloseo theMu bisaw toe bow Uhr
transmitted to the blood. ad "tioef** eI8 s "mos on e 3
throughout the sy m-the Iore hern-i
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Bush & S&od-d-The Gainvile SUm|

PIANO CONTEST


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Tha Coapon may be cmt at ThMa 8 oaes or at ither of the m mo-
eelAd with the aced. MOT GOOD AFTR PRIL 11, i






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EFFECTIVE DEC. 19. Igw.


Leave


Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points So lth................ ....... 10:10 a m


Returnlng, arrive Gailiesville .................

Ieave (;Gltine!4ille (for wpson ('ity, Palatka,
LItkt ('ity, Valdo'sta, and all pointsaN orth
Re~turning, a, rrive Gainesv*ille .... ............


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The Long Distance System


One of the most valuable feature
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other soa
sociated Beli Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance line In the even States In
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
operated.
These long dastanci lines are of the
most modern and Improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high


state of effl.incy.


operating In various section of eL
country, are uniform in their equip
ment and in their method of opew
eating.
Only by reason of this eleee tra
arrangement between the bell Teo
phone companies 1s it possible to go to
a Sell Telephone almost anywhere
aek for "Long Distance" and be put I0
communication with almoIt any poalt
in the country.
This vast net .rk of wires, Mradi-
ing throughout the nation, Is ed
daily in commerce and for social pum
poses by the banker, the farmer and
citizens in all walks of life and ow
plant here r an important link In this


The Bell system. great chain.


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nitera to relt W. L Desham.
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wlum to fae oty Yest.l

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Se vibetars to Me city

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Wa Wededay. 14th. w l1s


oe carriage. Ladles tavitd.
Dempsey left yesterday or
He is Agring on some
tat potit and wet to look
sMi ad aee what s wanted
dag bs bids.
aroeg. the well-kown apo-
Lackovillte, will make a
ial visit to Galnavlle to.
Mb having any eye or aerv-
ble would see bim at the
gase.
B. Walker of Bronson wau
ity yesterday. He was en
Live Oak. where he was call-
a negro wanted in Lavy
I the charge of murder, be be-
it at that place
l'atu of High Springs was
v visitors to the city yester
state.4 that he is feeling bet-
than in ye.ars. having almost
the use of himself from being
by a runaway horse.
How rd anid little sister.
turned witll their father. 'W
im. froul Martin oln lunda)
l-send the tweek here' Ililtilg
The) are ituplpislK with
t. Mrbs l)d L Carlter uof Kat



P alms istOw beck t'rtaiary U*ed-
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Jse wble sad woos 5 @erta.
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W. IL Seher has ome to Atlanta.
S- we betag rapidlyy reserved
Wr he "Unsem DIpot."
wverybed 's gong to saethe "*kno
Depot" Follow the crowd.
Coe eat sad ear t widower's
pro n at "The Unilon pot."
E. W. Millcan and life' of Waldo
were visitors to the city yc)eterda).
Miss Mabel Cato of Alachua was
among the shoppers In the city yester
day.
J. H. Allison, a sawmill man of


S UNION DEPOT."

To e Played by Lal Talnt at the
Ne* Saird Theatre Tenmiht.
Tonight the play "I'nlon Ilepot' will
he the attraction at the Ilaird The a-
tre and is gie.n under lieh niteirlis('s
sad for the Ihe'm fit of lthe I ii\'r-Alt
S'holar-hlp offered 1)y the' Kirhl
Smith ('halter,. I' I) C Thee In
the cart,. which i i e .ent i -tirong.
are our ow11 home I-('o1,le. amoslii
whom are' .oni, o(f the th *. t nateiiur
actors and actre -f-s in the' State-. and


Micanopy. was a visitor to the city an evening full of entrvniment I* W ar
yesterday. ante d to tho'e w lho atter'. Ta, i-1;i
Very fne and tender are those ll. Iund'Ier lhe' dir.e- t(lin f Itl I-t ano
string beans at Merchant's. Phone 'ivtrsatile youne l:id. Mli-. I.l.ltz.thle
for them now. Mae' Mlelick. a graduate o(f (one f Ith
Better order some of thoae choice h Ist school, of oratory in the coun-
rtsn. l ean--the. will c fast. ( 8. .try. and who ise thoroughly cal1ahle'


Merchant & Co.
"Tbe Union Depot" Is undoubtedly
th funmalet play ever given in Gaines-
ile. Don't tall to see it.
Fe weather for transplanting
eelse tomato plets. We have them.
all today at the store. J. 0. Harrold.
Mis 1Mmabth Woodard of Jack-
aivie rltured to her home yeter-
day after a pleasat vilst here with
bher sdMer, Mrs. SL C. HUL
Wataom' twi actioneers cry the
Isal bd at the same time In the
sale tome. Wednesday, 14th. Free
souvenir. LadI tinvlted.
T. IL Oodbey. the san who has
ma a great -m with plants and
as, at WaMld was trnuacting
beaaes I Oslanesville yesterday.
Watam's twin auctioneers sell a
lot a mlante. Wednesday. 14th. Collee
fark 3:3 p. .L aad Wetfeld 10:30
a. L reearrLmnag Ladles invited.
t. M. Cantbe of WaMto wa among
th visitor to th esty yesterday. He
I new engaged is te mamm u
e shael meMt i o pwatag several

TheI Bea TI-ag-Us Blen Rlbbo
eias ild y at the real anilla,
a-meL mae a1 t me1 at m niLlam
bei Ith grow. Ask ynr oear

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D. L Km-, rereatai d Uti Home
PrtoIev Aieelat ela tas arrived in
s eipr w- epedI thes net se-
ea day. heIe meing s imemrms

-e W.- T. as- haI
yeserdy sr or .aelletn wih RNo
Jams ti earge. he having *e Soivest
a alty4daym' seta m a in conhae t

Qsmge es s hme wethet the
ktSe, hadahe d trv m u
Oveieem without druga. Ses Dr.
Aretru a t ho Brown House to
day--m day only.
Haadahe w aid erv-nomess ever-
Im under positive ogumanma by the
drglass system pretled by Dr.
Armstrom& The r e n be seen
at the Brown Howus tday-ome day
only.
The Woman's Foreign Missn o-
iety of the Methodist church will
hld their regular monthly meeting
at the church this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. All members are urged to
be present.
I. C. Walker, aight policeman of
Dunnellon. is among the visitors to
Gaineaville. He states that he likes
the people there and it is one of the
easiest towns in the State for an offi-
cer to control.
There will be a buiniess meeting of
the Galnesville Musical and Dramatic
Club this eveniil at 5.30 at the
White House. and all umeuHmwrM art'
urged to b* lprewntIt as butlines' of
great Lluilortanll c will con.' up for
adjul.tnvent. Ily order of the- .-'r,.-
tar)
Mrs W T. Waters the' I|oular and
e(ff'lc'it head delih~cr) clerk of tlie
lclc4n)ffltre has returned from a ahort
but ilt.ar-sal t Iibit to hbr hulr;aiiId ait
IlickiMnu ii Tle-. owie a ialua;tlt' farriii
at that Ieilat .iaid .Mr \%'.ite:'a Im \',r
fails to "'mluake ~ot*d witi all t1i.
('ro|>l,


C'otiKre'a.tIan iFrank ('luak anid wi f
have returited to lthier lohul Irtiiell thI,.
National ('Calital ('itgrt'naaaiu Clark
was at 8t Augustile wbheis hit. wanc
called to 'Wamshlnltou >) wire ou l urcl
nhes that dlemandeldd his attetolln but
returned here to lxok after ,allnt
pressing busiiune mattIer


UI Keep Tmur Boob-for Tou

y-vinmm w ish wad poj joum b gs hi chc. It wili
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of making rueceful an.y ila% ahe.
may unndertakeI to *tage-.
The fact that the proceeds of this
lerfnrmance will go Into the treasury
of Kirby Smith Chapter for the
raising of funds for the scholarship
should All the bouse to overflowing.
The price of admission Is low enough
to enable all to attend--0 cents.
The Rome (Ga.) Tribute says:
"The proverbial 'best house of the
season.' certainly the best pleased
houe. witnessed the presentation of
'A Day at the Union Depot.' last night.
Every person who saw the produc-
tio was mor than delighted with It.
The Interest of seeing their kin peo
pie and friends on the stage, added
to the naturally humorous lines and
situations. Every character was well-
taken, every dance and drill was uni-
que aad pretty, and all the seenle
accessories o a real depot, from
coffee-la to weighing machine. were
there.
"At half-past eight the lower Soor
had every seat taken, there was a
good crowd n the gallery. and there
were people standing the aisles."

amofts"t and Party.
One of thel mat seeseful ad do-
U faev oents mo th- e title folks
dural Eastr week was th q bnt
and party at the hme of Mr. aad Mrs.
H. F. Watts. ast Gainesvllle, Satur-
day afterao. It was tendered i
eebratlo of the ou th birthday of
their dau-hter. ebabeth. ad a large
amber of the u-- rl ads of the
le lady. were amt to ashe pI r
ry and seah c r IO a d"wheb
the rabbits had h idaeord t law-."
Diarl the aftes temptingl
prepa d rershaam were se d
aad the tme was passed i a igMly
ajytabek asser.

Watsr's twin asteoeIre cry the
sae bid at the sam- tie a the
sam tone Wedneday. 14th. Free
sovenirs. Ladles iv ted.
Typewriter rib r o eabSe at th
efps The bet an e market. Only
se-ty-Ave ceats. All aora d or
Ms an an standard malles
Watson's twin auctioneers sell a
lot a minute. Wednesday. 14th. College
Park 3:30 p. m. and Westfiel 10:3o
a. m. Free carriages. ladies Invited.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. the
best known pills and the best pllbk
made. are easy to take and act gently
and are certain All druggit ,ell
and re tuniruend tlhem
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city watt r. elec
trtc lights. sewerage. bath. aud all
modern conveniences Apply to Mrs
H. H McCreary or Sun office.
)Iko't forget the date' of Ioc-tor Arm
strion, the' well-knoIwn Iei. aiid Nere%-
Sli'-cialit. will be at Gaine-v ll.,
I I.la (Ohies da. ois l. Irt~ i lioi tl.,
Thl -, Ilas III I l.' .' '% IIe- W ill
'irairlKhtL li thliell llllollt Itl i klillf
'Whlen drunnI r, tra t.l '.,s toe Ill
Iien, out of their I .a~ teo Kg-t to a
hlctel tu .-|'lle d S n$dl 'ilt ('.11 le.laik
Ili It tealla f.ar ;ll&,41te tite 'l .r;..
The Itrio lI I i, -,' s | r ir, i, d, \ith
< lt i tal <>a-fr Ull ell n a rii F lidat tle .i,
dla \ .


Notice.
I nde'r an oard. i e f tilh ithRoitee ,
ltankruptt % dat.,ei iu;.iii e 0.ll. 1v h riea
April 71, '*. heI. uind.ilinied lTruste..
will uo er fur salei at |iublill" u lution
according to the IatLkruiltl)> l Iw of
th I'nited isates. Ithe stock of Ige4od
of F. T. Herring (' Cmuany. bauk-
rupts. now located iu what is known
as the Herring Ilulldlus. lu Williatun,
Florida. aid sale to be made at
eleven o'clock o Thursday. April 15th.
190, at said sto, i at Williston. Flor-
Ida
T. 8 B KLU. ir.
STruste l Baarptcy w r T.
erahiag Compay. Bakrupts.
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BONDS
At VeryAttractiM MPcen


*le ;eeei lnle ('ecunt'1!
cInt r dii' PI at IIee2Ia
$141.0e,11 1oil% at ('l Coiti

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IM r cent 1916

[4.r cent due


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R LLIS
Qach Inaartio. but no advertUse
rent takeDn or .&aep tuan 20 cents. hri
words make a line; uo fractional lines
every word over each sis cou, tian as
an additional line. CAbH ln advance
bust accompany all orders for naar-
tiso In tLts column.

WANTED.
WANTED--Mesenger aftfr school.
Apply W. 1'. Telegraph office.

LOST.

LOST-Silver beaded pocketbook at
or near Epiocopal church S-nday
morning. Reward for return to Sun
office.

POUND.
POUND-Near Island Grove. on the
3rd lnst.. a comparatively new rid-
Ing saddle. Anyone may get same
by calling at my place and paying
for ad. A. J. Johnson. Hawthorn.
Florida.

FOR RENT.

FOR RENT-F-urnlshed or unfurnish-
ed rooms. with all modern improve-
mets. W. A. Halle.

FOR RENT--Oe six-room and two
vo-room ettages In South Oalaneo
vTlle. In frot of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.

iFOR RINT-Flvoom cottage o
bIoek ext to quMre; city water,
deHsere lhts. bath room and a
moin coavleee. Apply at this
offce.

FOM ALb.

PORa SAL-Pair oaf ood male and
wam Apply to Jeff o, I
btrt of Dattom's Bak.

FOR SALK-MaNhattan typewriter it
eMh aaM omHttio. table and stool:
W eab eor toms; a bargain. Ad
dram boa a". City.
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9ARSM4I IN USED PIANOS
Flo primgt *"talnway." ed abort
tim; CMt 17'; la good condtloa.
Gog1 at $30.
Best grade "Ibtey" upright used
several years but good a ever; cost
S660. WiM take $225.
A good square piano for $75.
SBeSou you buy any piano get my
price d save money.
W. L. HILL.

MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost man.
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded: 50c per botte.
SeM by W. M. Johnson.

NOTICE.
Notice to All Whomi It May (on-
ceorl>: I'al,.Ms perori nall called for or
uotherwiht dlhee-,,.d of. Ihe, Southerni
Expr,.ss (Comiola will (.1 (II t hli.
IIIKghe'.t liLdd, r for ci.ash at iublhK ;aiu
lion in the I t( \ of 4;aihn,- il, Flor
li, Ion T'hur.lda;t\ the :lith iI\a of
1Mz1 l'*>:* at 1it i(Ie N k a nII all the"
.ir'lle.e l s ii Ii ,l |1 1 1l III I lll* l II-tl t ,I
Ito *o* *11 iII Soullth* I I : ~1l C" illili.l


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Are you of the numld
who are afraid than
there is some defect in'
their titles, andi with
that for anl excuse re-
fuse to have al Ab-
stract of Title? 'Sei
for our FREE Iooklet
oil 'Te Title (Ques-
tion." mIar IaIim
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We have t he illfonll- '
ti Ol ioi )1'I R titl..
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Service maniped in the livery line.
Better try on board quention-the
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$..:,in Jax. Electric Co. 5 per cent
1927 at 9Nj%.
$2.5'). Monroe County. Fla., 5 per
cent due 1910-2:5 at 97%.
(Accrued Interest to be added.)
We have for sale all the leading
bank stocks throughout the State.
Ask for quotations and general Infor-
mation.
Stock of the Consolidated Naval
Stores Co. pays 5 per cent every six
months. We have 50 shares for sale
at $140 a share. This company capl-
tallied at $2.500,000. has a surplus of
$2.250.000.
Wire us your orders.

MiWEU IMEn
Mutual Life aliMlng
Long Distance Phone No. 3252.


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