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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: January 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01534
Source Institution: 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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(GAYNESVILLF9 FLORIDA. SATUI :Ai .J.JAN IA IY 2..'.909.


T ENTi
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IE NOW FOLLOWS



G EAT EARTHQUAKE


n4 at
MNl Id te leach IFeed the

Snyr^Maes


P~a~1C


SI-a l am L- Vbe ia tates that ring t-h last fourteen hours they
gn gs h frm the traIt M lve be almost motonless. Etna
r V'* that the Uparl t a- d Utrembol are now quiet and he
wanse tbld .... l eartafI that the earthquake was not
kl- ml-- er o teas t of so votel ic. but geographical origin.
l l m .. d. TW h otl simllar to that of 1785.
a go p ambers Ib,.- Loyd C. Orilaom. the American amn
I' 5 -vably h-r rave perish- *-sdor. will leave here tomorrow ad
t will proceed to Mesina and other
^ .. Iait"e has rushed places t the both on an Italian war-
t-- o -a taI the fastsg ship ssearcb of information concern-
:.... ai ms Americans. It has been
ii found impossible to obtaln tidlngs of
L death rosl of the hundreds of foreigners supposed
0 3i? to Cinee t to have been in the saoe, about whom
i eSo to kw ltaquiries have beea made to the gov-
is r we -lmigo erifeot sad the various embasadors.
"a th, to the grief MHrer KnMw Me o l
Ii -I e mso+e to
Sat Ou whom te The horror of the situation at Mes-
| it eset has falltes. sa and Reggo grows with ever.
Fresh dispatch. One of the corre-
ato thi oavder- pondents places the death roll
bleqd ui ths ead d throughout the entire territory as
een 111 p c to e highly as 300.000. but this appears to be'
oea bellwro the erl extreme. Others make the estimated
eI e of te 200W.010. .bot the ofletal estimate as
line_ iva4 oetn
u. t f the made by the minlter of nuirine still
t, lds to 115i.00.
e pIsak a" ad eorewg elief expeditlori whieh haded bed u
-lU o m nee. resien.e
ofe- I areem vow making their way to Kecuo uhaie en-
L n of i na i um ucoastred trmeadous obstrctions all
bOf ilta SL.lbinna M s along the routs. They report eighteen
w b a d" a~s provincial villages, besides those al-
S-ready mentioned to Calabria. as hav-
Thmeslr a. lag been completely ruined. This
ot all n Is the would laditets that the earthquake
1,lag. ThOagad of did ot coa e Its work of havoc to
E p a"e the faa wals the eoast. What ha Mbecome of the
f dso tide are tarving lbabltants of these village Is not
daes aor shelter. They Innown. Those that were left alive af-
S-l iF 1 r0--M rvive their s-. ter the destruction of their homes
e A rt thought had bee doubtless Joined the great army of
Il 4 md venial for these refugees eeklag safety, or have fallen
pops aM d it has now beem by the waylde.
w tle igveramenat to send a The Calabrian coast for thirty miles
o --d r- t stamers-- to transport has been torn and twisted. Prom Bag.
Sito sw pes. nars to Reggto, a distance of 25 miles.
F ha~ ia Ireorts reevd at Rome the country Is half demolished. As-
SW *am e have been m i*y litermit- distance has reached but few of the
tt ea-, lltowlag the art to villages and they are practically with-
SAlllth gt r aart of the derue- out supplies of any kind. At LBagnra
ti1 is IIt I ted. The British war- surgical operations are b.i-ng perform-
S b "Wlmrva" reportL d by wtreles ed with pruning knives. but at Reggio
Io tOu that two e vere sbocks oc- even that is Inlostsible.
M Measi a Wednesday alghL Bands of thlhese il:fe.st the country
SesaWereFLd the desitlr of the unaided 11
... ....... .. Were P0)it. lages Is com, lete,. Hunger suplillies
Sltgc dliretr of the obser- the motives for scenes of ish, king vio-
Mf l IMne, states that hims l nce anld IIillig r.4 ai d rn't,.-r deff
have rcarded forty-two the few surv'IiIng poli-centicn und sol
ta-a asltr the bnt. bt that dier.n



Florida Peach Growers


NEWS FR ALL THE TABLES TURNED IN
PARTS OF FLORIDA""TLTURNED


Lk county IIll hold IL.t cunt; f.il
Os Ja.anry l:,th and ICth at lake
land. The fairs ..cni to gr.tw in ipopm
larity. -


Tomatoes are relArted to Ix coming
Into Miauwl by th w ao.a u loads and
soon the packing bou-ew sill be illed
with them. --
The county commnsioners of Hlamil-
ton county have purchased a fine road
engine and other Implemnents for
building hard roads In that county.

The German school ship "Preya."
one of the largest vessels of its class
in the German navy. li scheduled to
arrive In Pensacola on the Sth for a
visit of twenty dayr.

last Tuesday wl, a happy day for
the delooihtors of the defunct Fort
Dallas Bank at Miami. as niany of
them were on hand to, rc--ive their *,
per cent dildend. follow(iiig *a otice'
to that effect gi\en out by the re-
ceiver. ---
I I Purrit.h Jr f..rmier ,r...i.l+ tl


CASE OF NIGHT RIDERS


Witness for Defendmats Tey for the St&e

to0 Caracer o1f Deen4ts.


UNION CITY. Tenn.. Jan. I -A half
dozen witnesses summoned on behalf
ot tift eight alleged night riders no*
on trial were suddenly transformed
into witnesses fur the State Thursday
Evening. These witnessess included
I{t.\. John R. Williams. Justice of the
SI''ace Stephen Fihlds and five others.
Each declared that (;.rrett Johnson
ltre. a gtinid ,.-Iulatlon and that Frank
F',hriinge'r. the confessor. was a man
of lad reputation. Itut each also d'-
clared that ever since night-riding ihe
gan. Johnson was tsusleceted of beilug
the calitain of the hand and that while
Ftehringer was known a4 a "boot leg-
ger" of whiskey. he had a reputation
for telling the truth.
The attorney-general a-ked Ju.tic-(


S... ......... ..... ........ III'.. .Fie..lds if he were not only a :
of the American Exchange Hank of th r with th eight riders.
Jacksonville. now defunct, has bee>ll
arrested in Nashville. Ga. He it wantOCKY POINT OOL
ed on a charge of false swearing. OC POIN OOL
made out b) A. L. Croom. CoumlArollr Treats Peop to Interestng
.p.le to inter"sting


of the State of Florida.

SAccording to the statements of
sbiplers. arrangement have been
.i:11le fr i.alll,;rting no hi.s than 1l',.-
OW) tion of sullubal'ose through the-
Pensacola port within the next four
months. Thirty steamers. It is said.
will be necessary to transport the
cargo.
The body of a young white man.
supposed to be Prank Holcomb of Au-
burn. N. Y.. was found floating In the
St. John river near the foot of Ocean
street in Jacksonvllie Sunday norn-


mas Entertainment.
(Mrs. T. E. McDonald.)
The following program was I
ed by the lRcky Point Sunda .
on I)keceulwr 26;. 9IMi:
IMarcBhlig song -Sc-bhl.
Addres.. John Sani Crown.
Dialogue. "Our Klng"--lfoys
tl it cla '1 .


but an


Christ-


render-
school


of th-


Dialogue. Christmas Greeting-Girls
of infant class.
Recitation-Fric Fein::ey.
Recitatiln--Oliver Crown.
Siog. "WVelconm- the Kiug" School.
lI'ialogu'. starlightt" Alice Crown.
A --...--- ra &- Q -16l "-.h-- -- 1-


ing. and. although no letters pointing ArL*'"a bmit">. JanU' e aru). .euune
to the suicide' theory were found on -1, .%"-t,
hl pltrson. It Is belle-.ed that he. In | Dalogue. "The Modern Wine Mlen"
a fit of drspondenc( jumped into the --;ill.ert ( eacon. l) A Smith. Van
river to end his lif,,. T.1',r.M Edwin McDlonald
___r to ed ltationi-Nellie Crown.
Itei itatioii ;illbert Gleasjon.
News has bt-rn r.,ccived here. that H-itltion m-Arrenav ~amith.
the case of the citizens of Lakeland S .g-. '.The li.thletb.-l iale -In
against th (' county crilni.,ioll r. o(I rt (c.-1
Polk county. to comipel the redistrlct- R.-citatiol Walter Crown.
ing of this county accorniln. to law R ciltation-Martha Taylor
nam benli decided l., the- supreme I.telitation--Kate Cron l
court in fatur of the (itltns. aid the. Iae.t seulg. "Whe,.ri. 1is 11. -Kate
colun isia ionert. will tliere-.for i- c, n ('l ('Cr, .. M rtha Ta.l..r. l-iir (;Uleason
peIlled to redistric. tlh. couiity. and Wa .lter ('rCr a iand others.

Uabl. ailpportintin -aw t of thi- pt 'i lI.it:i ion li-nrv (' -io
r,.'.,nue'. lAkeland News. l-,..tion --Ta lor Crow n
it( 'itation-- trr. na Smith
Fl ev -n t-t**ait hips'- -rtging .-e l Si m'I.e "G )l ouriu (hrimtna.- Schol
cargot* of mil:hoigan;l \ualteld at oer H-citation .lMalal .M'lkcnaldl
$.iit O i atI I t rhe record of imilm ,ri.- .(ti tillon Will Crw n
through P'.n iiar l.i. during lth- lia t tn IL-cit. Itte. io it a ('ro mn
.. I ._ I .. .. ..A.. ... .- t.... .I ,t, '.Iit .I.1 1 I'lit


actual member of the band. The J.
twice denied the allegation and a -W
sIensation was created when Attorw
Pierce of tile defense declared that Ih
lIroKmpsel "to hold the attorneyge.w
al res)on.tlleh in court and out lf
court for indignities, discourtees ad
insults." %heretoo Ithe attorney-gelWel
res.monde- th:-t he, was willing to b
held re'- on-ible hy Mr. Pierce eith
in court or out of it. for anything be
had said or done.
The court adinucnih-.d the attormn
that unil.es the hickeringt, c>s,
inllinllti'r of the bar would Bad the-
sel ce the enforced guests of tl
sneriff. i:oth mnli then diaclw'hi-
;:iny ..t. Pacific Intc.ntlols. and It1
th, incident clo.-d.
W\\h li court aditurncd for the 4&y,
tw. altv % .. t it it itl:.-s's had bee a
3 ani !e


Song?"-Clara Mclknmad and other
Essay. "The First Christma"-P.
C Crown. Jr
l," it.lic-l. Annie brown .
It,( itation--.Minnie Crown.
Recitation--Flossle Crown .
Retitation ;George Gleason.
SonK. "Christmas Coronation"-.
School.
After this very intore-ting prf-i
a beautiful tree. decorated and leka
with good things by loving teachers
was stripped of its burden.
The teachers were reciplekts
handsome jprc euts from their clauM
and each child rec-ived some taek
of lo.e from it. teacher This is OW
best program the children of td
Rocky Point Sunday school have rn1
Sd r:d :la:'J vry mucch of the' credit I
,.! e to their lltersrv t.'acber,. Mi
SA Ic' 'V;elklr. who tt)ok 'o much lnt
(--t In our doings \We thank bh
S\-r>) nmuh

Return from Successful Hut.
rT W Shands. ,pr.'sideut of tlI
;:,n,.-vill, Nutimonal hank. act 0cnl
.oid y tr .s 1 oolls., Willie. Jo.ie ad
Mlille hae. re-turned from a S lii'L
'huitiig trip of a mw.eek ln th." fMal
(tulf ilatnioiwk TheT.y ,uccceded IW
kill'n" a '% .i:1:c 1,1nmb, r of fiial:l aPM j
aitl *l*njolcd the outingtoo (ne luilo
\t

Large Number Applica"ts.
r :utinm st flatnildileted by sb
( rI I)'-j &!ati-ude-iiiflA a) atd hip a*MW
ititi ii the. (viurl foeaci fdr SLate 0'
ti ttd' hiatt .ba aergeai-lr of spot
alS I sAnd telil reil : 1t.e ii ab


Uneasy for Early Bloom

CANDLER. Via.. Jag 1 -Conaldter- caupcd d lI, I -lti-roo t, t.Ake tht frrui!
bb uneslses" In felt bhre on at-ount .*r) aioos1I
I the etr4PI*W warmS wealber, sbich The Northert
I Salag the esly mesCbes to volilt, dow n too shenut tu&Ii 4oliAeji.iaa f tOw
4 Ina fll boin.The orchard% (of 'Earcitlof the (ird= Th.)&r, hm-mia!
he Je" peach 1. an UbUIblbig hti.
a behelil, being tcolered a lth~ u.dta'4nteiad .-e,*t'~.r
I iLd wai Aes m atuu*ad of aiiibuter ili.tilill
I Golan Weath" 6ov Dill come Woob( lrtrJ o l~.LUI. (1 llJ1YI
0 6694 the aw of a,&, Irn the' fruit ""',i t4-& Ibiag toft th e -t
10 ULb rs1lt it is feared 5%ll be bt tras loc-rrieeareTIat, r.t
N'NIn4 as cold wriibr io hound irhirkar In' full bliwmm. flower rcir
a ftowdr ond e los Itook liek~ e %) Ii) i a d Ott. atr
Tb farmers of this usct ua ae % itrit( rnur vr do lKtltd %%sit M. b4l..Ai
rul iAd uuuAu aIbight
Wlag to Plant a larg eacrage in -- -
rSAWS110uss &ad land is tao, bolms
rWr& for the crop Thr good v Hours at Postofte.
WY rto obta d f (be lon crop ia holidayall
ri s c um lsses o al ed fu lb inleu n t IO4 i lta of tbie bauka. Lud tiAt la" d offic gel,
hi. aectis last season caused l~ ds(0d fur the d., and thty usual Suu
m 0w. up cotton fug melvons "as da) hourb airy e'.obrf'd at iar Iipat
*1I cII oIe Mut t f the.Oates Ibe' tueart
About un* thud oflt e ouauge roap housc wefe ,lubud aflrr 3 uck
fto th plac* basba bees hIpped
nb lio w t ew puwatIIa hab 'IoWast, ad4 ik mAAMII


1(I iti1-, ,I )) I .1i IKgl.- c on a>in 0o1
lousl\ ilt' and althou;lth it wa ai
noulnc-d t-omie' i sc-ck Ioii e that tl
t 1tll t'll ,,lt l i t,-l t;;l.-' l t ll1
l .1. for tihl a?-h> .lAl \ .:'.1 haT1 ,


gjm" ai l ee il I lr to ilit' fI.- bt er '
St-uthl Afre-s i ;>ml ln is li t Ii l; 1-1


WRIGHT SAILS IN AIR

FOR OVER TWO HOURS


I.1K A .S 'r.trn et Jan I -\lWlbur

It, at .all lr- | ia a-ro T!,l .tal i r, 'cords

flight Ihtlat la teld fur twl u houir a n l
0I SLice Ialiutera
IHf' i et, -re.d ollrteill) d i ~ltt.tI. )f
Ieve-ntt thretr llt,.-. but as 114.lte-r
of fract coul tilleii (thI. %ide ctrir -, bh
m ad,'- e, r nlut> ii!) lle Mr \% right'
fe*At Ma- Ithr mure re.-.trk.able bee tUre
of the lb(lieacft could
Aft -r brvakLing the re -cord Mr
Wright a-ut aloft agatiu with M ar
thou a. a pa.aulager


New Year Reception



at the White Hou


Jail I
t II

I IZ I it ii I f I I
dill "II\Ct i?\ III r Jan41- tie1*hill iI"f 10
i~.e .1 141' .:. e~u -#l1e- 1 -. r e:lot
t~Ii. -'f~~~r IL1:(at1 ''i eltc. fc 3-u 1 1c.ct t''.e 'rte (ti' *t
ta g~'e.it e14aismi4g it.. I ,t- hI it.'l I '- e L l '1 rAt
'.'-ar, iit! el 'ieti' te41ie'elAke Litgi-h i'.f ~Wahr t.4 I hit, 4 it, it I,.rd r
tII#. 5i4 II..f o Irll uji huh UUaa'IA % i.-sier of the' it*d
lI lk Oi a- but a t bout1 Ajeimv1rI-Jf ie I ciiiied rtu A II-Iit- p-ut'iic
i-f jore a rrt unge-nie-eaI t Ihar Preide-bta elf iiee'r Laitili iei
cre,-le d first t Ilite %'ic er l crc l ntd t and if.iti i- i -i. r-ir It; -
tOwn-Mv thir me-itwerpeof tit. e-eAsibae-t the-u of le- A rmita'.ufftee, %J~jtIAi1C
4*-etc-b fere-iigat eaatioij rf-iorqeartitlis te the- 4 .r "Ve.-tsrat Arm) anald &V
lee-mon u of atilrlasa ur or mluiorrtOr. the icee.: IlitUr Menu 60g. .6 ibe
judiciar). .through the I'i-reuatnael of C-au HR-'litlutlou ",I1 )Ldrot
the' suerumev cglr bnch &ad theet ilgl, tintle I catn of the-
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S BABY'S ITCHING

l1 0t WAS INTOLERABLE

Girl of Six Months h-d Fca ul
"Waw a r Attack of rczemra-Sp'S: ad All
Over Her Face snd Eyis Be an to
Vam"" WHOn s. O** Swelfl Scratched Till bt od
go ft fg Laq* V* Camu- Relieved in a N.ght and


tW- e a the i pmo contet ye.-


OMW of t rooat yet can-
t op & lowusd. DoIpm reegiiug
UMwon d la tho wdy.
dW~SI bum whe edW
-f she M aIYS a kttswrlt
Il 10% 60 Idb of So


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611.2 9 .37.45


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son- some&@$ 9- u._O.. 6,0

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Iawthorn. 50
a--- ............. 480
lr Alfht............ 12


Il totOa lads mad by
Bl W C which haLve
la dInm-ifo lr maeo vwder


ft t a t o the ligh.
ll Nolday. At the
lt at saber a Ipeop
I. >iJe. t sal. was pr.vemtd
MylW ImW the 1. 8. comrt. It
is mL-i -m mwLd wM.


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he cold wave
tat's coming I


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We solicit your
patronage and
will make it to


your interest to
buy from US



GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.
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The celebration of emancipation ol
the negro, which was held here ei
Friday. was fairly well attended. but
by no means. did the- le:,ile n come Itroni
the country that were expected to par-
ticlpath their festivities and cele-
brate the anniversary of their fr-e-
doru.
Although this date is not the one
that marked this memorable fact, it
is generally observed by the leaders
of the ruce. belun in the winter, when
the people can get away from their
lihome to pIarticipate In the exercties.
The affair was not ad.ertied very
extenslvely. to lwhhir i attribute d thet
umall number that responded to the
call. but aufmclie'lt unitiaorn' a re here'
to enjoy the di') alid (e.'l',Lrate It inl
a ia) that did crc.d:t lto the pro-
woiteri?-
i %e er-il -i'-akc' r.. iN 'I Ith la l and
t.1 l ti .. I- ; I l fis -
hlall aiid dlltcav ied .aeler i c t
h.i'gru uind hi.t- i reede i aill.*and l lle hr
loudly el l iistuded l feltf Oi r Ie ffrtsi
the lll 1 I1 .e'-illt i Irll .11idt .l. r Ia lih
nln- i i Ki %%#. .- 1, t ." Itl' lk,'e t ij (th .
laiae 't'lal i a ,.r. liltia h I.. e. tt. i ii I ti ,
Would otheraiwle hiet' Ie iiThite ip
rade guided tll- crowd to Juli ion n
Hall, alhere Ithe, c.wi 'tw.% wt.ere, heldd

Notice.
The illilial l'lueeti W t' i k,.ti k
hb ,ld.ei, of the. \. tl ..il t, I' i', Il li .
uiil:iri tiAi .Ai gwMlti %iii vill I,. hli dI
atl the' oltlc' oi l tl 4 ,s i t'l.id1\ ii M.iii
dA, .luaiiuar it 1 I l--ec it k a ll (or
the ele'tionli ul ofc r< I im anluti b ciller
buslinei a ai.nai |,ro ierl celian, t..lefore
the* Lr'enlllg I Hi ill l l %I 1% i
.Jai.uar 1 1'**c' rl.- ri.t r)
Sample Romedy f.r La Grippe.
HtaIk it la s ril|bi' cruighs that iai.e
devclli, -iilntoe |lj u llta ur uo er nilight
are quickly teUli by Fule-) a 1ule')
and Tar Thlie sirt anid iritululeJ luti.'
ar sealed And atr gtiihleti;ed. and a
daiug roue c iidlitlli l quickly a' -.rtl
ed Tak"e- uily Fule) a Iloie< i atil l.ri
iu tb. ,lluw te Lu l, e J '" Mct'o
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:T Truth and
AMUSEMENTS aQuciy


CURED BY CUTICURA
AFTER LONG SUFf ER.NG
*0
"Whwr my little g.-Il was al mmlths
add 1 aoticed mali red -t*a ,n her
rilht ch-, k. I di I nt
r Iy uvy L.tt,"* n to,

S th i aid al was
'T t),,c- ..tfo Hr -r
a -ias bd a at1aWmu
ks. but inseed of
el 4 thn e U ruption
the olatmeam hhm- -
to 1e m els. Them I went to a
semom doctor who after rzamining the
haby aIt Ii was ecna He a o re T
m e an ltamet which did *ot lep
thr. T hedisrm ta the w eatalm
d d over the e and the eyre
F "'9weall. I be--w .ry
P l6toWrasae. I had to
11 W ".hm kade to cradle to
poe t a m slcba lCa. Thr chsik
we corun d with blood ad it wa a
nlks i to m.. I noasulted doe-
Sfret plrbwr In Daimbrr. but
t w e U-a-e to cure the baby. I
pald at hrim twety to thirty dollars
wheb1t 16d.
**Oiel my riMnds tolod e of the
Caties rasedie and I went at once
fer a st wlbik 1 began to uwe that en-
Tag. Me mt morning the bely's fam.
ra all white Instead of red and rou ra
-lmm hw surprlsd I wam. I cmanot
d wordI eomgh to praise Cumcur
ad I do ot know what would have
beoom-t my baby only for it. I wedw
tha (tMaireu undi until the e rvma
mtndly diMpismarr. The -hild ia nfw
threw ears old and qilte well. I usrd
Lthlas oakirf ('uti-ura Iap. two IAmes
do Cuticura Ointarat and one Ittlke of
Cticura MReolvent and I never u w an v
othara p. I aIalwars rromnund then
wh movr there i a chance for doing o.
I will send yrn one t her picture
whieh he tad lta jst after she' was
haled. Mrs. P. E. Gumbin. Shekl4i.
Ia.. July t1. (w." I




ITHE SIXCTATION i

?n3NENT SPEAKERS

CROWO DID NOT COME UP TO


"Sevral Addressee Made by Local and
Prominent Speiakre of Colored
FollI Who Obaorved Day.
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f'T w If itl ti:e I h i' i n Ia- It r tit'.Tl -il
tio. tueII s. .: #I ,, t
t oila l it i si (lN'\ r', li (hvir %atl I iis
honlll
N.\ '\t a -eek .itho re will i.- ;i alltinl r
f ip'<( ial re., o If -lct-iirtr s t hit I hshouldl
iel" l> e<'ii

The New Baird Theatre.
!.olly !McG((;ory. the Irish isrv
ant girl from Ikonegal. Thin is oane
of the clhaa-eters Jolin Thonmpson In-
troduces in his grand enltrtrlnnient.
"The runny Fellows of New York."
No race of people is as witty a!
the Irish. and "Molly' is one by whouia
you can prove it. She has a vegelablbh
complexion-"carroty hair." "turn up"
nose and "rddlh" cheeks, a "soupe-
rker"-iooking lady. When you set,
"Molly." you are looklnk at the per
soiflcation of wit. Her entire %itti
cinms flow from her lip In an almost
constant stream. "'Molly" Isn ot o(n1l
comical. but also surprising. After
telling of her adventures in trying to
secure an engagement as a house' s~crv-
ant. she lits at the platio and playt.
it. The audience are iaiiiiadi.atclI c(oin-
vinced thit -li,' kin Iow to pa :
itory. 1i'hei she iinos hieri original
song Inot jpuhlishedi ".lut Ste, Over
to Ireland." tl. audii nie( ;iie d lipht.ed
I\ b-' i .he chanlt t!. I niatie froi tlin
I -o I:g tio rs M .';(.low:ii'.- redt tlhio-,' iin
i 1:;e audietiv'lr-e a h, cn d(:ance fIel likk
| t',*l tin ei atd doiingK o. the air is 14o
lite lI. .o Irish andl the tinit em Iper
fee'. 'hen P+-l-e juminilp up frro.,i th
pI ai.o. singing the reelt andl w;ith aiaei
,land grace executsll M nle i of thl e ll lfth
cult hStelps that acre il aln Irish reel
then the audience are Inot oiily sur
priseld. lut also dOelighted, and when
o' l., lld. '. *'.!:; lii( Inl off tIhe Statge
th"e t;'arty a rd wi.ll-de-e r\ ed t|i,,l;lu:
ahich she r(crition from th, avidi'-nce
is a rece'ljit in fill from thienl thiat
she has m de a genuine hit.
Mr. lThonilpson will appear at The
N. a Iltird Theatre for one nigiit on
Tuesdav. .laiuary .'th Tihe adnmissinl
is 2".1'..' a'id t ol cent
Reieraed seat tickets on sale
at Miller's Monday


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I<,fonr maliking your melee.
tionl for lHoliday Gifts call
at our store andl inl.ict our
line of


:!1iil to the Well lntelrnw4! in every
wlo fe lifeanal Sri ar,'4 4".e1:it) 1-m a I rmileant

ir.'%. it in m"l i,1.1. ).,1e0 that Spiap '.f h
iti- -%r i o its i-4I'v- m:Y ettneeiv of
kaatawn altir, 1.41 Zil '4of:...I k i)'F
1% rJ it ii t1l10 : .-t O'per -'n-il an-l ta:n;lv
iaxativ.. 1jte ta f:40 that i it 1qleIn~eq,
%~tt i.' awl tkL4vEi, h tf r it.I ,ri er~am.
ton which it acts u itlacett any kli4! itit ing
after rllTert & andl % titot liaminit to ilicrra.'4
thc' (1jian tv main time to tine.
It acts irazRfntly andl naturally yand1
I tnrly as a hvmative, and itm component
parts are known te o ndl approvd 1,3
physieiwnt, as it is fr"e from all objertion-
all. substances. To get it, &bcneficial
efforts always urfhsa the genuine
manufaIcturedI by theL CaaLfania rig Syrup
Co., only, nJ for sale by & Mding drug-


PHONES TAKEN OUT.
EWst lorida Service Will Do Over the
Del Lines.
t'Under the arrangement recently
made bnxtwvee the Fouthern Bell Tele-
phone 'Comp~anay and the' Eaat Florida
Conmpaany oal]- one line of 'phones will
be used In this clf) In future, the
mertlce. txlgi contiutued over the Itell
lilies.
The' n1aatnagementia ha e Jist had
14"Ae canisr 1 ettilolished and tlit*- will
b4- di -ttriloted tiat the stIo--;cri Iwrs. when
tho'y w ill Its' coflieeIl*'d to cell thi#
numzltrm lutadead of unmei'. tait has
bm-ee the cthe-toht it-re' in th ohe'

Installation of Officers.
Th 'e o. beteld a tllIal.-ta llielon 4'r
of'ie -r- ,11 1eIt. fr I- t f o if I wIt k. -w e w e':n
the olleas ag iae'w'offte*r -z -%re I,i
stallhd in the chairs: W. T. Pound. W.
M Le (rah.mi, 8. R-.ftV. 4'T
W1 V. It. (;. Zt-taei er. S. ID.. J.
Adlkiij- .1. 11: ItM(c'lellant. 94c
A M 0 (0miiat.m.Trt~o'-. : I. I E -e
11a-i ~. Ito %14.It. Ro'ge'rse.(Chaplaina
W. 11 i 4 aa 'lIr. l'1llowhiag th4 M
Iallatifltii a fille (- rs id wa, .twaitiiik
th., z.e'iaaleer, liroe ant, %ho doad anijdt
iJurticoe ( to he tlniliting *dIhle..
A htalthy wasn to a king in his (owa
right; an unhealthy mean is an ulnap-
tpy slave. BuIdock R lood hitterd
iiul Ws up sound health- keeps )ou

The Sun oce for calling cards.


We have everything nee
essary for the home, and
our stock is o varied that
the wishes of anyone can
be. gratified l>tll a0 to choice
and price.


Many pieces that are
pecially appIrpriate for
Yule-tidth tiade.


a@
the


Gainesville FwultueC
Gainosvwlle, Fteridi


GEO. W. DAVENPSt
Pm aN nd

Tuner ad Rehuilk

Fptizinata- P F rlair-lafl IroM t1 V and 41
Work Giuaarantime.


Itekrenau s:
LtleldeI & Batf'"
Alorarnoo-Hill (Ca.


GAINFSVI
FLA.


USEFUL


Any Holiday Present is better appreciated when it

ble as well as ornamental.


servicea-


Ei.LV tIIA( I'lY IN~IL~:'tiN Y4 Wi1, IaIE~MISF% A-1,.qj(oRIT
NIejti~r elf all .1/vt'' ta drive your jah I ucilerY. Vie'canlikv'eja ed wd~fl


MLA
600


G0ius060-, F isdAM


N -
womd mm


SOMETHI


Plenty of Hot Water


Is ii 'csct.-itV ill tilt clare of thic.-ick, uf children, for -lii: ili, bathing or scruhling.


GE 1TP(dt A I'IcJSENr'A N


Automatic Instantaneous Gas Water Heater

Tl' in l th] ,.lr, ar I il n t l :l.. r'i li T A ll.\:I.-: 1..\ 11 '.. 11 :.\T' \ ,; '( ,Ii
\W A.\T I'l1 ri l1ll.':1 1-. Ill)11' IlE ..1 T I' :I I I ,.'L 1T IlF.\
.l,,-1 ,11d r 1if1Il *10 !evic '**.


Anythiq in the Gas and Electric Business We Furnish, and Carry il

Stock a Full Supply of Gas and Electrical Fixtures.


Gainesville Gas and Electric Power Co.


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Suitable

for

Christmas

Presents..


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SE TEACHERS' AS-

SOCIATION ADJOURNS


COMPETE FOR FLORIDA
ASSOCIATION MEDALS.

Prize Won by R bert Tucker of
Wst0icello, Second by Ralph
Rather of St. Petersburg.

eo nt,.-I f ,r t ....l ,,ft ,r.r I,
Flor.da i'r- A- tiii n i- tl.-.
o f th, lM0i 1 ".41'i0 ,if 7l.,I. i ,
plate at thie Tal., r .a ; i. t, .t 1
SDorning under th.I ;mlllol,.-p.' of
Florida Ellucatiot ial A--i,-r:atii l
of the fIlft< ,'n a; i l'l -I f'' t
in the contelt-t t tii t. i %w .
t and rc.ixnmded. ()L tIh,'.
w ere,11 "' ,' t'. : "+' l 4I-ii
I*Er 'Thq i .: 1. I c .x
a fl:; i;i'|-.' i t .- r-
eel (1bi the, -:1.. tin l Ilt i. ll
Il whichh nc1li a;cuii:edl h ,i.--lt
H ersclf wa.- a turlprit-e' oni it
he ho exlH'(ticd ltiuch.
Stbie'e young !'tq I.' arec a FnIn;i.l.
is product !ahi-h the hi-h .- h ,l-
Irlda ase now turning out. the .-
desercv Sta;., aid. the- coniti
0 to the >ontritrry notw!,h-t Ind
T he effects of thi'e cnte--t **.re
ag and somnte of the- a'idllt ie,-
mlW ted, to tearit by thel j)~)ou.,
of patrioti-m and State-
aroused by the occasion, If any
ed away thinking that this
be a dry affair their mltake.
them to nilss one of the most
ble exercries of the. week.
ledd. I)r. Hleat, wole and Rev.
were Fe'leeted as. judges. Dr.
II presided and c.lletil the con-
ts by their ntnilmtw-r on tte tr,'
The judge r, iiader.d thl,.ir ,.-
in favor of ihuinIer Iw'-l\ 1' ,
medal and ( ini u- r Ir fr fa;r
H edal. After lhe' decision wias
need Dr. S!'Eld d1.li.eril the-
s in a brief but alprolriati.
h. sa tlg that tt.- mi.ldal- r~ rc
least of the reward of suich a (c ;i

Florilla r.-- V- w-.atii'i d..-
the' prai-o-s ; 'ad i h :,' of
sw r'.,tpi iii '! ,ridI.I N'h i i- int'-r
AI In the' d- \cli;+ij -n? ,of th.,' r1 a
l Iel po(w rs <4. the' yov !". !' *'*; 0 f
State. 'M .I thI- 1.. l; 1 .;i(1 .1A .: :
Sf thel great ,ucc'--- of t,.i fir-t rco,
1- to c'm il! to (iff. r i ii. tr'I

I is l de\ ; v.0 : s rH "f


in ut tt
Dekts L'x-I'I+ a jrigr at 4f tha'


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SCHOOLS TO REOPEN

THROUGHOUT COUNTY

UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL WILL
HAVE LARGER ATTENDANCE.

General Increase is Expected All Over
the County Since the Period
of Holidays is CGer.

The public .chool "( l t -ni %% i il 1 n Ii l r ti ,' -I 'riit' tl rni:
.n i i\t Mi.Lni .Intila r. anld a
r I',ch larg-,r atteinl n .t the 4ji, i.lin : (r tlic' -h i aina .* .-i-.i.l.
l ii i 11i- 1 rl .l of la li tcI Il
di i'- .iinl '- hI tr-- ;ae ri -
1 #1 e. : P'- I ilak i- *' xn,'< t 'l pr in *...
l <'ic .< I t K r-nt.ai'al r ol

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University Opens Monday.
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100 Per Cent


PURE


1B mhe-art-rs. tuo down either aisle.
Ma -t-r William Fielding and M Irs
Adlo-lia I 'nra.. teat,; fully dreized In
lwivit --If, lop o n t- it # right, and Mas-
to r I-At MLllicsat and Mips Emffo Mc-
*-"tii I, vhiie' and blue', on the left.
e'te'h be-.irii-g a lestoon of holly. wifli
vk--'-h the-v formed an asle' ffor the


The bride- enturc-d by the 1.-ft akle.lo.
I 'aniing on the arnim of her ixaid of
honor. MAlisr M~iuc',ciq-fie-e1jgof Gaintes-
ioille. Fla.. Whill- Mr. Sm:aaut-l SI t Ri-it
, :i of (o-.1r' oil. 1-ui.. and Mt r. Roy
I h.'-,Il of Valden-ta. Ga ., entere-d toy
Ihe# right. The hrill-grcom.n. accomnapa-
111,4el by his gremnismaiaa Mr. Thmmat.i
TIM111u1..4111Orof Vaeldoita. Ua.. entered
I-: Iliti 1e4t%. it the re-ar of the
hd:aeel. and tat tthe O!tar awaited the
,' ) i II(

I~e U, .*. 7li ho loe'r-

Tit a'c'' l '- ac- %ar c- toi tit*..roucaaan: t'-Ii .

ia1 ;- ro- it (11Cc l 'i.cOtiago it ittle'
a.~j a a I- ci-I r i ftn 4 a il-r' ?tIr-nd
to, it l c U'it-t e-f hr! *'- ro--e-
ii- 1 il I' I'4 ~ h.i- tacc,all'




/ fc .441 ,',a-:- ~4 4l~ III 401 .a
1 lot ifli ll.1, ~:- k nlli lll

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41 a I il t I. i et % e


'.1 Iat xxa Ga CI cA io't11ae,-tciic- 4 .%
A ;. -. t d i 4. .- ;.I. .l lr4It Room-)1
'Ic;- -I, c c l a t lh 4;'t1.1 ifo a ialag ell
i.' :1

4' ~ 'o Icca Itc, ia1 .thoI- ic' Of Ih
ie c l *lo .-st,t i .u M r-i WuIor'
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4.1 flit !I. i f a o ft iii frll ti s Iii




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Toro Murch Fac~e.


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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
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It& LIAI t If t ll.t filt Ad: that
)J10to )ou ii oUw that Sill keefl
0Iat0r..ir In tbl, lIfe you are Ili-
I Su rwor


,tarbAIYUUD a u ir r


BEAUTIFUL MARRIAGE AT WALDO

7.1.s Kate Fielding and Mr. Senjamir
T. 3e". y United in Wedlock.
S ** 1 '% al'.1 l .1 ir i mi ,.

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i:s t l aI ti ll ..l iad; g tI tlh itc'o




;', ,iletiv ait l .:i1 ,o'chK-Ik tl h brilal
,.nty arri\,.,l at ti.- church. hih a;I.. flll (1 to it- tlnlorlt :|a hoity mith
> \1"<-t;s t an1l h~iIjy frie.nds. Th1
bridal party ent.-rd the church tojhe
atiftl hiral of tihe wedding








brother of ti' bride. In pure white.
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-.11Y a urrii at tilt- etlh ihrch. th








bearing the weddinK ring upon a eliver
'a., filhd to iiti utmost capacity %lth
\I,, ut stilland h opy frit-ndh. The



btray. entered takird hie plach h tothe
,lft of the thanel. Immediately foln
illr(h. himh nasn thm four littl l rib
r*-t.dvrted by Mlisp Page of IklAnd.
Fla.. accoqmpirIiid by 'Mr. Itatlh-. Mas-
,t*r Janes Fichling. the five-year-old
brother of the bride. In pure white.
bearing the wedding ring upon a silver
tray. entiirid. taking his place at the
tl-ft of the chanctel. immediately fol-
lmAinK himt came tho four little rib


ApEettlMM~dy form
tion., Sow ffiSkmIm"
luarom 0M qwioa iJ
Wwi ov~I' 10 erwisk-
msS aI Loss or pSuawL
Tar Sism & 3iture 4o


CASTORIA



The Kind You Hayve

Always Bhoil


Bears the


ICASTMORIA

A llabc e Preparaxtion 1LrAs-
jigtwg a slt 3 r A ft dz 13 of-
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I Pwmos'Di~eBcnwioTehui-


Z44T NARCOTIC.

J% whA7V
Awn jqd 0ZUIPP


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For Ihr


Thirty Years


IKACT COW O iF V k&V


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE E51

It pays the farmer to plant only the bert. ItsI
question not of "how cheap," but of "how goo."

,L ImI as ti, d Id l FMI Ed l'llt
We ae now booking oredr for Pew and othr smasble -dI. VW
will be* lad to smod you price ms n qwn II


W. H. MIISOM SEED COII


JACKSONVILE[ BOKIAG (1,
-(INOORPORATED)


STOCKS, BONDS, CRAIN, ET

Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building. Jacksesvilll, Fs.


We buy and mIll Local Securities of All Kinds.
ene inlvitel.


cogs--po-d


EITHER 8. JORDANW W. BAMPT


JORDAN & COMPANYi


INSURANCE


PORiEbt BlOCK


GAINESVILLAEm PPLUANO


Fire, Life and Accident ,sis"'"lo


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THE FIRE FIEPO at CHRISTMAS
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I, I I or I ta no noprd for
talc1.' cof Iram, .Md t t
001417 ijr.,tertiua 3o4 mM
lAx- ,i All &1114aUMI Pal
I.'. 'Ilhwmfoes cid o
1c-k *craklui JecUr lbapy
('r1l4iaw oaw tw 1r (o w
-orrus. :

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Is Soifitiest


BAIRD HAIRWARE CO.


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We gripu de developing
&her tley's Honeyl


asl be~ni ftaeunas It cAl.


Win s are wetitled to one

HIP IT IN THE BUD.

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U tS o l% I .'sltuile I lCo".
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S tuta e I'- !*iU TI.iT i rs ta ,t pro.


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COUGHS AND COLDS
I TM&h P.4m*-GI6
oooatr, rr~, c0t


Pwm Drg Co., ol(mme, Ohio.
OGem-eme -t-I ea eheerftlly romeeo
awnd Pru ae aam* lteetv eare for
Winl iNd eo6."
Yes -m athbeerid bo ae my photo
wit isI msal la -sy pablbatlUa.
Mrs. Josph Hall Chas
nSt., Washswbiasg D. C.
an" UI" so r Ur.
Mn. A.L. Welil, MBOhIo t., Tern
saeita lad, W.it a
"Wbtam Ir be la ti ya medlmslss
I earld St srll, aor hear a eharvh
bill ufmg. Nw I i bothmil sAd

Whe I pbega year ~e6amet my
hdl v terrible. I had hutale ad
oirpag asoeis Ia my bLd.
"I* flowed yew idvs taithfaly ad
Oak Pamaa as y loU b me. Now I
might msy I am welL
"I want to go and vist my mother
a t ehe doetsor who a I was Sot
Ig for this world. I will t1llhim i
Wi" P lcm ad & "
eople who objet to liquid medletaa
"a aow r Peruna tablets.
mA-----On a n M- LazetW.
Ask yer Orugglot I r a Free Perumn
Aimanas fer 1L

vote ta the Buh & Safford Piano Con-
tet for eah cent paid for such
war. Dqat forget thi when In eed
of printed stationery. Read the ad-
vrtliment giving particular re-
arding the contet and vote for the
lady of yor choice.
Many little llve have been saved
by Poley's Honey and Tar, for coughs.
colds, croup and whooping cough. It
Is the ouly safe remedy for Infants'
and children as It contains no opiates
or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Foley's Honey and Tar Carefull
mothers keep a bottle In the house
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McColluni
& Co. *
Miss Elisabeth Hutterick. a charm
Ing young lady of Asheville. N. (C.
who has been visiting her friend. .ls11
Julia Kennedy. during the I iwasionL ul
te State Teachers' Alsociation. dc
parted yesterday for St. Augustiit.
and other points. She has charge (
the kindergarten departnitnt in th.
asheville school and is considered otalr
of the best teachers in this particular
work.

A Religious Authors Statement.
For several yeamr I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a st\.r.
pain in my kidn.eyb anid was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
wi'hout asylttance. My urine c Cn-
taled a thb k whillte' dimelnt and I
tpamsed anite fr,'iuenitl>lI uida and irlhi'
I It(nitUc'.-d tAriaking FVolt)> Kidli".
Renmedy. and the lain gradiull
abated iatd finally cr-ac-sd iand ns
urine bticanit- normaiil I ch recommend For,)' Kidney Reinel'd
J W' Mc(Collumi I ('0C
/
Man. Poor Man!
Itr I'luit ,. l 1 4 r.ii. ,,l .:i'
he'r loitiot,, il 1 .- IL* i .. 0 ,
i.,rg ii I MIr I I

"n r' r, t i n I 1


I~ u'


o ~'r I tt.. I


Every Mother
c I ow,~id t % tII.. cth'd &henru ItI
Sititle 11ic. b1,&% cc ough opr calel II
IIIIIJ% 14-ld 10) Ill 'l III I'll, it~r~ I r
tillololg thI. I tototge i ii-t -. r
0111. Ialisrc I, llor. haccuvimiS% romp AcII
Cure't, e til cout At it(olIac e- i fe Ioto% Iii


a


T eM -e matns. and 5 I i lb ) ut picn is I ",o lull N I
&6 80h1 6 0S. .SPOW Atla fjuanuI


SUGGESTED BY CHILDREN.
Oriit of the Argesd Lamp and the
Telescope.
Slne of ur nmwt rewiful or,-honhii, nl
appllhaIns owe Ih.Ir erit tcen.I to, ,I hI
IlIurunlty f chl:tlr.n in faihl,,iloin
their Ipln.ithl':*i .%tArind. hl, II
tentl id .lil ti lbh a w lck litcd initol
a hoNlow c, liinder. i:is lilie l.i ltis.y
in hi a rkroortu. Sit;tt te s'.-re the
huniinsi Inump. hl. little I.r,,thlr was
atilt; .!, : I. .... If \ 11 il. 1i 1 it tI-, l iu-
lef oil fln'. 1, ve r dlilt r :it :mIrlsl.r
V llfd ttiily hI |# ;; t0 14 itt h 1 tli l 1.1iim
of tlhe lamp. wli, h llh iTqt-i'ly .lishot Ill,
(hv lonIf ,n I-- -r nI L ,f ih1 f '.i.
with Inpcrei-4 1 rl i i n Y.V r l-.lI I :l 1
1ii t Ani tw t- ,'h is %l 4'<-I s. i' 1 tr
it <'e il t ".,. il!'' *iliii T i ',', i r f ti .,'.

(can it. lil i; hi"' tl. n> oi t it : h *'it i
tlite htl ll r .t ion w:al poi f0.-.

almil.ir l -'. urr< Th ir '. *' ofl
a l ttlh I pe ~ 1 I*nii:ikI'r u.;e|'Il k, ei' l to,
be plai Inz ,i,*n danl with ',n n.. f their '
father's P .if.,c'e-, itn froit o f the, ili,,i
door. I'11inn : t of the l .asse- toi,,
gather. they I"(e'l-| tliru i tli ,th ri ni ill
wern exVc'liniIIgly toi.tilh .1t IS4,
the we llheri -pIk f the h netzliloorlin-
steeple broirhtl ithi i l short dli-;: e.:' |
oe their eye". They wcre' n1:itir, r .
pelledl and called their fuaher tooe see
the stranil:.e sl:tt. When tlie sn *e-
tacle maker looked thruurb the nlas.esr
he was no l|'s utrprjliml thaln thie
rhildrrn h::-l Isen. e went tlol<,r
and thought their matter oVrer. r'tid then
the Idea et'ilrrNl to, hilni thnt hi iiillthi
construct a rnrius nuew toy which
would give pe m.lle a ol-d d: *l of,
amusement. N Scople w;I :;:i 11 4 6n lihtliihed fa t.
, t IS t .
You would not delay taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder trouble If you rea-
ized that neglect might result In
Bright's dlsease or diahetes. Foley'
Kidney Remedy corrects Irregulari-
ties and cures all kidney and bladder
disorders. J. W. McCollum & Co.

A Big Bathtub.
The t!des rin iat ;.lfilly in the bay
of FIundy.
A summer urchin, witne lngl the
phenomena, fr the flrst tlme. yelled
shrilly: "'Maum. ani k o*e has pulled the plug out of the
ocean*"

If you will take Foley's Orino laxa-
tive until the bowels btoome regular
you will not have to take purgatives
constantly. as Foley's Orino l~Lxntilvo
poMtlively cures chronic cnnti~cation
and sluglgih liver. Pleasant to take.
J. W. McCollunm & C,.
eJmm ---
NOTICE-4HERIFF'S SALE.

')lie i-' #. rFII by K'I i 11 tL;it tindcr
and 1'v !rtfie- ,it a t I -'t'('c tio)II dait'd
IDec. < .r t.: 1 ,",. u;,d I -u d oiut
of th. ('il il t (,'oirt ofAl Alclmniu. rouli
ty, F'orid.,. u,)Io: .a ccrt';iii judigri till
in fatur of Wt. t Tlhnllo;.. ilLiailiff
a dnd a i.gin-t I.ilia I'r.ik i. iil.;-ti
iHeing dire hbe'iftfs oul f orida. I. !he' t iiiti t ''
-he'riff of Ala;< h'.; (h *nuIhl I'i ic i i; .
I aI oI ied UleI i tI di t ill .- I1 .' |i il>
lie oii(<'r tes 'forei th,. ('iiit hI ol -, 'I +or
n G(uiiit'.' illh'. !F'lor;l.i, on c <>t, o l.l
the' litr-I ibey Iof F, rit;u -. A I Io 1:
Ite>twe' n tlhe li'g;al I hours. of ;a il.' too
lhe Iil.it'- ;aind Il ';I t idd.r thmr,,f,,
or ca h. i the' follow lil d,,-cribh d 1. 1ail
situat tourl :
l.ol Nunml-,r of l:lchk Numbili.
'': I. lIru.h Additioii t ,;.ii,. !tll
Klorrid;. said lot twlng described as
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredondo str.'et at
a point 135 feet north of the north
line of H',' t Selllinalir' i.tre t ailtlnd ex
tendiliiKg the in'. Neort h 11 fo ot l :I hio.
said e'a t hl)utiiid;ar. lire' of Arrole omio
-*tr -et th, Ice'- l i-. -, f' t i ho l e I ,


*m m ct h IleI, toot 4 II, ts W'~ t- I S
f.'.t1. limro'or lo-= to t po lt it f
KiiallitiK



s thes'I h..r to cI h t It o,-did it-it,- m
b all-to ,ei~ioi o- Ownmilttgo, ootO
aolth e' i., oW .i ing h ...nI.:. .1 oil.
I (o Nat t-I a? I s- i e1 jo'o0 N4 .4it i-s 1 11 j'



T Ill. F.IA Jr


BARGAINS
IIi I ttartaoccfi l'l! W vh l at c wl I. V. ir



i'I'o \i 'V e tI 0 III.,.
'I'itii I.ali 'r ~ &o o. C


!I.o oi pII ..ttI'IIh'I- or f IP,


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UNCLE DiAMOND'S PAWN SHOP.
2)3 W Bay --- Jckionviile, Pla.


04 OVIO


Every


Month


writes Mra. E Fournier of Lake Charles, La., "T
used to suffer from headache, l Ikaclhe, side ache
prcssnIn-d~ n l) ;in), and e.lcol hardly walk. At
lUat I took Cardui, and now I feel good all the timlw.


TAKE


It Will Help You


COardul is a medicine Ilht as been finmnl tn net
Iupon the cause of most woniv.n's m:iis sr. n~ tlt(n-
ing the weakened womanly or,;t.s 'il, 1 t ~,ifTitr Ic-
cause their work is too hard for tliem.
It is not a pain "killer," 1ilt a trni finale
remedy, composed of purely vegetable ingredient ,
V perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick \\-"
men, old or youig. Try I'ardui. Women's Relief.

AT ALL DRUG STORES



"A rolling itni- ga;ilih-rr a,*, ii.i ." i s .
remarked the pirwm'rl di Ie :h .r '"
"*And. Ilke the htumnin 'il:h ro tier."
rejolneol the Or u, i' :! : !tker. "it a lw,
gravitates duwnhill."-'Ch i -ago ws

In the artr'h of life dton t brel the
order rightt aIout" bwen you know
you are ab&L.t right.- lolmesu.


Notice of iaster'sa ale.
'uder and by vianue of a certain
final decree of foreclosure and sale
made by the Hlonoralcle .1. T. Wills
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flori,!a. itI
and for Alachua county. il (lChaincer'
sitting ool the loith iday of It. '-.ieln't
A. I). t19s, In a certain ca iw.' t idting
il .said coilrt. whereiin W. II. I,-A-' i.
cumaplainant and George HI. Rose'- i
defendant. the' undersigned. T. It
Elli., Jr., as Spicial Ma- t'r in (hant-
ce'ry In sald t;imul. 'will offer for sail.
mind sell to th-' hiilgh:-It ;aid I. -t hi 1
,1-r f '- e : i at Itill.iv ,i i, I on M o.,ii
dav. the tfir.t day oif Feblru;ar. A. li
1 '.t1., tlhO r 1t," l0.-1,10. thl .ii'.* M I :.!
aIn .. ': *is th. during the- 14 gal hulii.-
of t-al'. in front of (the court horii-.
door of Alachua coilitnty. in the C(ith
oif (laine vill.'. Florida. thamt ii o ;O 0
pIr erl of laud situat ,. 1% inig and iameli
in tht Count) of Alachul atndi Sta te
*o' 'o ri i :i:iil d. r rit'-d in s-i'd tii:,:l
dt t ,. ... i'i' C..l i... li .
;ig at the' .NorthlAc-t eurti, r oft Ith-
.lamiy t\. 'it l ;nd q t il .-1tr, i. thii<,'
\.,i h ,i ti; liuinilr'd ;4 idl fifth I 1 ,o f.o -
to Il: '(,p olf -*.Kiliioi-, l : tht.-il c N o. tli
fott *-.-*\ i H a t f ', ; tIIenl'tl \\'. -t
',n. huni dr-.d :ic-nd sitl -n\fl. CI .', f.e-I t.
* !'I l -" 1t eh o' lilii r'-* i ;einl I* t,'.
S,, i: '. t to' % il e oof l'-.1i inicy
: S.; :.rt It 1Th AI I ,I V. I.

IIIn it' c < A It o ''i Tl i t two i-l'i,
Ka t

.a.id di. re o for-' *1 iK I'1 .i.IS i .
It 17 1 1.1 Ill
C ," i !.ii i.iALA' S l: 11 I .r-


Start the


WORTH CROWING OVER.


We doI
honest pri
Ch. '-*'


it atte-milt to ionce'al our
de iiin our K'g Ilurter and
lkiir, anld fari:i Iroducts


have a large share of our careful at-
tentiLoni tho-:gh w hI. io, oii' i- neg-
le t tho .taplels in the i.ay ol f'an*ned
'(;o d-. "''.a". (',ff-e- SOEtir. Spices.
lIrlid M1';Iat- Fi~-h K1tc r do we
o\trlotmk the' t;abol lo\iiuric's hi-h aitd
to the- joy o.r l \i'inL rythiit worth
ha\iiin in thl groHMr \ I't i ;at

SAUNDERS & EARLES
-- -- --- ---


Breads, Cakes aRd


_Pies
Hu\ ii r P ., ." I i ir
I.aekery. o, i, w i. .r on 1 -* r\!i I l.l\ o .t te-
LsP' ** 0 r .!., r ",, io ,y 0rl i r

KEYSTONE BAKERY
I K '. T lsafe.r. l'r<.o. I if >'>- !of.4 '
at y~g ggJ


ew Year


TRJI GKEI'I'r


PEPSI-COLA


and UNIVERSITY BRAND Soft Drinks
Manufactured by


THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS


FREE SA


I


If. .-.I t he


Usell st


%MPLES OF WALL -P*AP!:


t i ..I string Ac I ii
ii. att I ~ r(cr

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16 PAPT-CO.IO COMPANY .0


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BY CALLING P)H







THE PAtY sm.: RAI I IT,,LR IrA)RID1A, JANTRP A tmo I


.. ~ OLD AGE PENSIOt4S.
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FU I II,% % t 1 7 1,i a l. 11, 11, e


3I *. K.Y )).otc, nt il '.'f :e

Ic rae7 `'1 I iii I' i''..nL It~, 11(11 I i t


Maio .e L Fl *F itfOC flu


1if

C~sn' uf_ t'a I ni el


13~ nc6r I' 1 ~j..* l* 'Vi e (I ~~R'S l' ? i


Ord *'l'1' .e t' '.., I'll ., n tl on


!'w ct4i jo *:',c,! '.'trr a,. f-t
y. nt c(1(103t1i14 a11h11 Ill i el o. ,Ill
bmi. a..ktr and r-ncr.!. ,ant #All be
F1M; ffcf. to anv Tait of lIth Icalltid
Weavini. ourt ot -, a y ..rt-tu nil, ac~..
itfe101.4 bftcome fit,.- "fICT Cf.!e
of advcrteaetnen. uflnrr, ~tl'cree:.'-
in contract t artie snot known to 114
w u.qaired to Jay for adveirt'.ing in ad-
ddlfle TJIM iAI! V SUN.

GAINaSOVLLaL, FLA.
Ihe ntat day of 1909 was a 'beaut'
tIs part of the mundane sphere.

broom trust ad~aactd tbt I-.icte
b bwoo' oil the 1at day of lkecna


liquo cannot now be sold to
Ste. and negrot's in th same build-
to Lblouisiana..


I I I'e ila l I ?. t
I 1 i 1 t I I g t t ,I ll l.I|

M A \ I t l I.', I I, l !I.


I .I tla- nll l I ,. l
I* 1 t1 i l l I t.;ri, l i- 1 oif(t.l I I t;Il ,
-kat I l a ll i ; aI .that.I l at .tit,









I'lt andl t I oia.a rtsdl d f( that i- eitol
In the noted Ki... 0*dom. .

t,' rot lifctioi for dpiqualificatio
ha the' cn I i. lliir Ni t le a vly a tnliftil
,'d tlh .tK* of nl-\-n .V. |II, tl.(-t for
iw .nty }'nrs ha\l' i- j,' In the t'ntted Kiaidom.
1 he prosi bi to for diqualiflention
halve bM,,, coniIderably *mplifled
sincee the bill was fir t drafted. One
\c.ry strong section relating to dis-
lqualificatimos states that no man shall
i ceive a lwaelion who has habituall)
failed to work according to his ability.
opiportulity or needs for the mainten
dance of himself and those legally de
I.lndtitt uii aii1 hllm T1he strot iwf uw


I


-'...".................... "w iThe HWeitern phosopha e lands re-
w elements were kind to th# of benefit societiles, trades unilons and (,itl thdralil front' etry by the
*AerM during their three-days' stay other fraternal organizations stucce ed- *r,-tltr% l G ili.'iir In iacord
the University City. ed In having a lilwral amendment to a.e' with the Prelidelts' order corn-
S-- this section Introduce-d. and by it nos f ran. Rh, and
Irol-e orwthers of ntrgan. Rich. and
e bulls of Wall 8trcet mad. it utn- man who for ten years has. alln ade p. a t' o I ; mrt
T h u l s o W l S r l n a c h t c o u i lt ei v i, an t( t ah p o r t io n s o f
able for the bears on the stock n. ent-t to friendly or promd, iat .o Itar l.ake. ltanwk. lngha and
on the last day of the year (< Ities shall Ist disqualified. l,'r ot couils in idaho; andear
Fr ,rrenoit counting in Idaho; and near-
Lu. I.natics. pnui.r.. rin.!i..l iiiai lv all of I'Inta county In Wyoming-
'--- and lua r -oii, Hientenled to nim rl(ollnmntt .
Sad o tnce i n all about 7.7,1* square miles of
ly affair, or hai-.linK. or circunim- titbout the option a ine will ta- land iuore or h--s underlain by pbos-
whi which In too .smniall to make a diiualifled during detenttioa :ztid for the great-
Sad. worth while a a al adjusting furtht* i.eriod of ten ,-ar.s after i h oit the
1 itoo to, rr about. V est known phosphate deposit of the
-- is too n:;i!l to nurrn about. rw ir*d..*
_world.
j he pensions are in.ill lnahlel, ;ild -7-
STh Foell .;\: i Ne.S, i,, i. l:t-,t will th paid weekI, THe mahine.rv Sun a a.
fLltdat' for iaul:i p.,,trrl i 4,n il the f'r the di.strilutiton of I,.,,ll- Io In "Wit adi. bring r0s lt.
I ^alibtic ti Id. Frank K. lHow and .lllde-s a local pn.'ll si ion eC:initel r for
i M. ,Williaiui are the. e-ditors and r.. ,r counts. ,ioroch .,ar. tirh. ni dt lV a ld a fut AnR 1a
lrlietorT. The Sun wishe.i The ri( i with a lpolulatiol of o I ..*. ..c. .. ..
S^ '*1('c~t.~ t .- .. ..
ow succ(e-s. Tihe centr.il nsin am;tih,,r t il.. ie, ii "i aj
ltiwal goternmtentl board and ensiiion
North Carolinas n e State-widllt oft er hae ,e ai ted theI-. .
Pibition law t Witt into effect (lon M -I r r* 1 :
ON"ry iIt. The "'tlinio lln.hilnl-r, ~ ill .Amo g the Iji!ie.- III 1.- hi'll. t I I' L Ai. t..
Sdo all inlifrt .-'id t a d r a, six nio th at hard lailor firll .1 a n t.
*Egur ti(-l,. tle t L.ar.;C,:t.l i H.i l I. .I,, r. l nia;kia a falle ., r, "t,l.'lli. .t It s .slil re ^ t :' t'.I ".. It'.
e frti il lta Ut Pl,.!. r Io le it i i. ". l,' I '.. "AV A A M- -, ', *,r .!l a- T
a.', tree: t' it ,-
The Mtetitopolis is Iadti ;ati. ai *;* ;
ag.f' of Ja;kseon11 ille's chart-r by I .' ) \i t :r
b he .t 1e J l.-.a l- a il k a, nait he-re-aft r inch.del Ito I t- iil /t t- iii l .,i
a i -ofl- (. or '. r i6 'lear- of ag*.* thua '- LA l r:a t l
Sc"a "'.a .a i n th.. (t 'lri I1: nt \ ,i 1 cc '..c. .c..c ..". .. ite
I lit


owe t 4t-t i I ta-h Ita tia1 1kl1,it.tt I I t





rllt au i ii *(i: l ce a a: I I .\ Sai '1t .are
I t v ra i c t i l e '' i r s i'

mto ful to a 1 1uit#ta ra 1- r! I M t tI V


to Wo al', a 1 Il~l a .le altd





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li uiilall Te s -i ha. e- i ie'.tiLi 'a
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thi.-ar jelei l lhe 'ItIll.- I e.-aI

il andl i clit iiit tia-
S 1 tI. I e'tatle114-1-hIIL, if thl 1;1411 It i
till, a rtin i' ea la '(-le'rize-ei I Of Piett
!it Landiar,' ~licmideteT-itatle-.

1 4 s 1.4 ; g P i tf6e I I:aa I,t I 'I- eI I II
114 1: 11ttle'sllItfi talla ic a ploow r imac I a.

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rivhl strif. One republic stands for
laiw -md lil>rt. tIhe lthr for anlf i\
lte'rtnatiiig with Irnulli d-l loti-ni

Thl ni,,w I-n.tal arra.il~tnlemlt t.
tw<-.n the l'ntld ?<;t, aMld G'rman)y
,irovide.t for a two-cent letter rate he-
tw-een the two countries on letters
sent hv sea dlreet. Ie'tters for (Ger
manii paid at the reduced rate will
lie dispatched only by steamer sail
Ing from N ew York for Geirman ports.
and letters from Germany dispatched
via Great Itritain and Irance must hb
piad at our postal union rate of ive.
cents for the first ounce and tbree
cents for each additional ounce


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Tampa & Jacksonville RaIIlw


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Worth Advertising For'
The old adage that what is worth having is
C 1w is still true true of the more intricate I
The thtIg yoe want-whether it is a ua'd
,, whether it is a ready-.ade businue or a
-k-b lMdaMd readily through advertiaiug
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OKINOM,
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umber Co. 34.61
umber Co. 17.15
amber Co. 21.09
amber Co. 6.40

ember Co. 8.72
umber So 1.81.
amber Co. 20.09
amber Co. 21.07
amber Co. 21.07
amber Co. .38
mrber Co. 3.08
ember Co. 10.4
amber Co. 23.32
amber Co. 23.2s
amber Co. 23.32
mber Co. 23.32
amber Co. 23.32
mber Co. 23.22
mer Co. 10.44

amber Co. 1S."
-m r Co. 21 .
mber Co0 &22
mber Co. 117.
mber CO L 91.
mber Co 23.3
rmber Co. 12.03
mber Co. 17.15
mber Co. 23.33

mber Co. 2.54
umber Co 4.06
ber Co. 9.39
apber Co. l1.62
umber Co. 25.42
amber Co. 19.8
amber Co. 3.71
amber Co. 21.97
amber Co. 2.3
amber Co. 26.42
amber Co. 28.57
mber Co. 2.L&
amber Co. 18.02
mber Co. 1.15
amber Co. 18.62
amber Co. 25.79
amber Co. 22.59
amber Co. 18.2
amber Co. 21.09
amber Co. 2.23
umber Co. 13.08
umber Co. 1.'7'
umber Co. 28.7


umber Co. 9.x
umber Co. 21.61

amber Co. 8.75
mbtr Co. 15. 55
umh.r Co. 24).',:
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imber Co. 23.42-
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In Which a Resident of

be Awarded a Beautiful

Certificates Valued at $

The Bush & Safford Pit

setatives of The R. S. I

The Contest to be Condu

Behalf of Bush & Saffon




$3,55

One $400.00 HOWARD Pia
residing in the County of Alach
number of votes between Decemb
April 15th, 1909



Addition;
In addition to the Piano t!iere will Itw issue.i
on a new $-4,) toward Piano, eighteen Tr
as a fiirt or initi;il .pay'ni'1t oni a hew I low
givell ill tl.is \votilig cointcet as follows, to p
To the first six receiviq the Aet to th highest vo
To th.e tccnd six receivrig the next highest vote,
To the met six seceivig e next hI-est vote, a
Tlesve due ills may lie used by tLhe. wi
for any value theayIlly set fit. aild will te.
chla s of olil of tlhei.-c I eW ianlos.
In l th teventi f a tic fr ai:y i rize (,fT.-
to will xb givenll e:ili of tiho-e timing.


How and Where to Get II


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Votes-


The foIjo% ag nrt-rchamats II gi. a.' 0 1" 4t.I
-fur eir cti t rP ut ,4 1 icto Itheir .v-ahhi..AaUlt- fit.%. for
guddm %hich they'h banadle:
The aiewsvllie Hardware Co.
Phifer Gres
Hyde a Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot tJ()klt iill lie futd In the eistatli--i
niltuts o fthe tle rcrhliant- ig l jg golv aliu] at 1,11
14un (4114e uVoe 'it I" 'Al ]',"It11. e .4 1' (
tAP thce Voting CMoiitevt I l i'arl macslt at hTie S :ii,
(iallu.'% ile, Fllorida.


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$1.25-Three months' .ubscription ......... .
$2.50-Six months' subscription .............


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400 votes i00 v
...........1,000 votes 1,200 v


$5.00-One )ear's subscription ..................... 3,000 votes
For a club f five oue-yeAtr ubt..crptliosw (before Apiil 1, '19)3) 5.(V00 votes


3,500 v)t-


30,000


For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions (before April 1 ..25,000 votes 30,0(
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.00- Oue year's subscription. .........


V.:


. . .. 400


For a club of fi/e oue.vear subscriptions ..... .. ... ... 4,C
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distributing votls is updesired by the proeer"otr,
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SAFFO RD






CONTEST



Alachua County Will

Howard Piano, and 18

3,150.00 Furnished by

no Co., Sole Repre-

Howard Co. of Miami,

icted by THE SUN in
,




8,00

no will be given to the person
ua who receives the highest
er 15th, 1908, and 10p. m.
S S 0 I 0 0 0
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al Gifts
d by The Bue.h -& Saffordl Pi8no Co.
aisfetrahtle Due liil!., samni to lli
atr Pianio. T'I'l dl(uS 1ills will
r -on- ri stlin in I.Lach .I ( Co''int:
dte, a e il for each fw.......$200.00
a e for ech for .........S175.00
be il for each for.... $150.00
inner, or an i t worth tliheir face value ilhmm the juir-

al, ; pri/.e -iiil.ir in uall ie'-j 'ct?- t';.i r<'- 6



Rules and Regulations
1. The cuiat.t is opet'i to ainorw 1.u i, i i
A lathuh a ('c4 i e I h I K ko ijw n t th* cN 1nd in i i t& -
*if the 4( iit ir t or '.ouc>hu d for by oixiin. re pu l.l.i .'
jelr,,r. t). to h lnu l l LkniowA .
2. No erliloyer a*tlU4tach l r re laiti\r of th 1'r
|ni tt i tle aulv i ..e (I l. :.: 'i ;rs le*iik ,.:.
j;irtli i|>a1 l II I'il.- Co'i t. t, il w 11 I'i id i .t i ; l i
110 liillilr 1 M
(.LUiihIlltuf'. ir <'el.er, l< i .llt in lii- 'i'it. ff
dhi f ii? w, h<> .ili.i a! e tle | I
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THE DAILY SIN: GAINESVILLE, PLORIDA, JANUARY 2, 1909


THE THIEVES OF JAPAN


bpniu R ascalso, Among the
Cleypist In the World

OME OF THEIR FOXY TRICKS.

"a Method by Which Tney Steal the
shee OR the Wemen's Fet in the
ubic Stmerte-Hew a Miser's Money
Chest Was Bared and Looted.

Ca Crf orie of t4 its rirI oad trin-ia tlint
g" liatwevcI 1'.ki intu id14Ilcflt.tl
g o-sW a little 1*44 t1 1the fun t1ad ,1'
ot',r Ir f d I' i Ieai l ttiwr 114 .;:i
dlecm.vpli that hlid 1iotoke'l 11-lu
boor picked In tIIe stall am. aslid he ez
Cljlfnd bitterly aiZrlaist thleVI11' In ttgf
01 slid Japanem, thletveu In rartiku
kv.
An Amwerica n wb hail beeng earaired
t ookobhama fr a giuiuber of years
Stcevd the Englishman's quandary.
Tirming nund to me. ht -skl: r41u
Mii'b friend wtvman a bit melted. It
b er Cla at having his pti-ket plaiked.,
what wouildhe mIay it 1 be balatldt jhe igw
slo- 0 b his (awi rf'
nTat Isclearly an Imoeflsbilit3."' I
bugl'cd.
YI don't Lnoaw nout that." he re-
mred. -It may utot hiappe'n with our
wern style of shoem. button and
lace; but, all the uiAm. I hlat e heard
nd I know It to *e a fact that the
sandals of JaImneue have' been stolen
ef tbeir feet "
"Well, how In It dvf.' I asked.
"Very aluitly." li e ai.i'%ered. -Sup.-
poe a Japualta''4' Wivoin:itI w ho has a
particularly tine Iwhir of IjAviluered
clogs Is one of a .ro-at ast'l Ililth IiW
watching a int.islahig Tar9 t 1ir a ire
gllous celeblraiolln tf o I( pr"I in front
of a temple. Along ciaiutv :ii ?elwr
pkickieti-et- or Iai ktf--,o I dsi;*t kntow
whith you awit I- -caill itn liid
ketenii as. : aSt':ixt,-l n t,,*- thegr-unod. Qs
cover thttiSEd',s1krtalow' c lasccA. Thert-
upoan it, inaankt.i ul 1l0,4 nklnd that he
wall-t4 tIhudii1
er 4of tli' .! :a tt, u ia'ii~maut
sen."tlafl tit Ia r I *!t fi-mot Niturally
she wiiats It- utilP h1, a;.an d lte wue-
chasll 'ally a!1uu4 _.. t 4Iji 111a0.44,111!y l she
&Ili,% ilaitrijo f,hutt stout a4 at's ailoo
and 1v; :'ntti t le a ,W i Ii at im. o a 5th.
bleisp. ttIi 1. r.141 U %, i~i --v -
lBl ibfeoli raila't ,-e. Felrareli lug all
about the tlist-ila':'. -41? v l' ,,u..,a abh-
eorbi (1In t lie lP?:Ialqtat ie:zi ii. luwn
the Irrltatlbai cirwuswo ia\e'r t -I R illm-
Diar Pl t ta lthr righit itiot. A nee;sliy.
onwe iure. ia' t 4ikfe-, 4her '-ft flit out
Of Its clrg 116 dw xN-,c tsI 14I- tlie the
ttouliletw itiei' ija t a: II t I-r I ;-
"The tLit t\ha a .ua .I r i U-t r the
irrltatilon anad w of!kal aw wltb the
clogs," I iwid.
"Certkkir l 'The irat.l c.1au.trd the
trouble with a lit ut astr:w or rwire."
he rm'turnisdl.
"-ut o(lt would think Lhot the mo-
ni t I '.;he f4t 4f I I -% f t Ln t iitched
the yr.rund I:-u !(!;r' i Wit It *-ulaed
and11 -f- t hl itef i'*. uhld run i la la aise
of 1ac.0~ .. a i,;jta lfre thf. .a l e
cncuil 1 a* .: .d.'aa."
-(4,i l i, i, 1 J, ato ae o t) (hlie (I.'%a' r't
jiart. I' Ot trick.'" a'.;Lilised wy
fr, lit] **'liv *:1,14 v, t -.t~s ulialia'd
Oih a .~ Iicr f ha'.r~l L s 'aI.n* i.re.
w Itn: 1':a :.11rI #- nr 'I t4 1 4. i r:
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''flt I data t knas thatt :t ef these
I h p 'I f lla It. You kn' i I ,. th
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anhi' Il" nrSIe, ,' ,i,.r k' "i mone,..
in th, hous inhaled in a small
heist of drka nw:iltt Ithe da lime nl
lneverlinn nt for hi y olt ,fffhis tre. sconr
1lmd at night he had his fetonV pushed
"'nt I dIi,'t k mOw t1.1t n?%v i,f thxre
trelll, icren ast Iever .% nnot, Ir tblhf
I hln:l nlmut. VYu kno-n r:iinyr of the
Jnnigtly agai(,l n i t, rt nof rotde made
aup oM the flor. called a feuton. Well.
en ,akl JhIs money lwr w kept lir nonke
la the bou"z. lonceagled In t small
hqot of draw tem eInte the daytime be
never took hih tey off his traafroe.
read at night he had bi teuton i.ohed
.Ightly aamlnst It. s n nDll. ber cold
," at blro money witbout awakrening
him.
"**For a long tnime a I n of thlerf
had Ient Iuzzllng their brain to and
a way of steeling the board without
ItIlnl detected. Well. on h lo ertal
nlght one of thenm ep endl the house
and gently. little tby little. palled the
Ird on whl.IlI the mnl.sr lay away from
the heat orf dre wri ThPn ,one qnlokly
<'Tniatl *" it 'r t, and crt"'rcs alT
reil-r. lshovl ti rce Iw rk to It Sold b
Ina]l I. Iti.h11 l :1.4l inndle his ewllle.
"maki'e\ l ni.:.a (Ini ar wfIre they d-
ftrtunate ri.ular a detpeca fl h I r i."--


Scientific Spanking
('onr,-i- Ill n pii.ihni ent itol.v wheni
1 dollar ier eltrlla\ :rant. ini moth
kor lillik that all re, that a ba radir .' --

it'. i t. womlicti onr s y cri.1,. look
s s f'i or i". o 't rllpI varll-*': II
ui uIt filld tI. lI,,I gh. th band
\liidon't come frai Fran. It coms a


th -- etymol''gi'a,;l t tpeaki-.rg- it
t- ,'i I'ri,' -'; rInts. Sold b.
i \\to o tf t r s and

tre Co tlv *ri r Pipe.
"te dup goa d'to au rt'rs .tnluihrlir pt.pe
makUlig ." iul a u dSal.r. "If lhIy dil
tb:y eould i'i l ar iidr a ir .: r slx
dollar ,rlier extralvlant. Ild you
knoItw. fw luta.e. tllat a brihr llpe
after itr- cs iomplett in I lut away to
raeaou for ninDe or tenu yeurn? Freub
brer la tbh Ioet material f,r tbee
doesn't come frnto Frnnce. It from -- etymolo'ai ill3 uviaklng the
woar *briere.' whi.b meann 'furn.'
Fnreo root. a growth of tbe TOm'an AIAI
toalcco Itaeif. All the proidt and
Ir- -4 rr ',- .,t !! tr".. t 1' 'I,,!: Pr"
tile KiI| gC,'xr tit tlw r,,t'i n,,uri!hiiint.



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Wedding Present Problem.

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The Meanest Man in ToN
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Wcmi s Secrets
Tn a. c.... n in an tfe flni titaiies whha em pespe herd
inisre I 4 a % :%rcI a thien m i ( ohr min or wur e isth
rofunrlt. r -c r4 si r re ot seqrets .4 % uguilt or she, s but /
Ma ( %C I. %i .. 1 "I: U- It S'd ty .J% n cbn tJ tcl 1k. .
I: e rc ere in tuc t-,r lend vtrecI*f et od%&c and help.
1. a 1 Ir t Icse votwonco have kftJ dm~plioinrd is their a%.
W S .' I-'A1 i. psro..-J y tI e (act that nmavcrwight per cest. of
allI%,.,mc trriard bytDr. l',eroe h'a, rkhe*"aho.'Itrla v*4
s#! ftt' r curedS.Sch a record woaa'a avr.alat'vko I -f rho
Cd4',% t..-!J Acea nu-,i*ircd by hunuir .iii. flt wea
tCat ar ,-d p.!esto the treatment cof vioret, 0 vvlatif-e. mili.
Ion "si.a. a. an a rrmatice of oier 4 0Iare. it it prtcnr'vinal,
Od cntaillv D)r. Paerot to the gratatudea a. orJed him by roaie, fth Ile rf "o
specialists in the treatment of womm's dor..,a.
verys rick woman may comnut Mr. a.rrl by leittr. absolutely wjitie
barge. All replies are mailed, ed in rerfe~lt pmain evekloes., withe
any printing or adiert;sing vhatcrer, np tio hem. Wre witbe" ower" wi.
out for, to World's Dispesary MeJicul As,, ciatito, Dr. R. V. Plum, Preue.0
buffal, N. Y.
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRUFCRIPTIOM1
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ABOUT ADVERTISING-,'O. 3


How to


Write Retail


Advertising Copy

By Herbert Kaufia.


A skilled layer of mosaics works with
small fragments of stone-they fit into more
places than the larger chunks.
The skilled advertiser works with small
words-they fit into mere minds than big
phrases.
he simpler the language the greater cer-
tainty that it will be understood by the least
intelligent reader.
The construction Sngineer plans his road-
bed where there is a minimum of grade-he
works along the lines of least resistance.
The advertisement which runs into moun-
tainous style is badly surveyed-all minds are
not builtfor high level thinking.
Advertising must be simple. When it
is tricked out with the jewelry and silks of
literary expression it looks as much out of
place as a ball dre at the breakfast stale
The buying public is only interested in
facts. People read advertisements to find out
what you have to sell.
The advertiser who can fire the st facts
in the shortest time gets the mart returns.
Blank cartridges make noise but they do not it
-blank talk, however clever, is only wanted
space.
You force your salesmen to keep to solid
facts-you don't allow them to sell muslin
with quotations from Omar or trousers with
excerpts from Marie Corelli You must not
tolerate in your printed selling talk anything
that you are not willing to countenance in
personal salesmanship.
Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted
to the sacrifice of clear explanations-write
copy as you talk. Only be more brief. Publicity
is costlier than conversation--ranging in price
downward from $6.00 a line, talk is not cheap
hut th: most expensive commodity ii the world.
Sketch in your ad to the stenographer.
Then you will be so busy "jsayij, it "that you
will not have time to bother about: L, c;-
gaws of writing Afterwards take the type-
written manuscript aiad cut out cL LI y wotrd


and every line that can be erased withoutomnit-
ting an important detail. What remains in the
end is all that really counted in the beginning.
Cultivate brevity and simplicity. "Savon
Francais" may look smarter, but more people
will understand French Soap." Sir Isaac
Newton's explanation of gravitation covers ;ix
pages, but the schoolboy's terse and homely
" What gocs up must come down" clinches
the whole thing in six words.
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TItI~o DAILY SU7N.: ("AINE.S1'III F.'PRIPA of A -N1ARV 2, 19419


IEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED


MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST
SECURED BY SUN REPORTERS.

What HAs Happened and What Is CG
ing to Happen-Personal and
Social items of the City.


Corsey's rc.giht Coffee.
' i n i.' 'U. t*I
T*'" 'Tt
(Get a meai tirkeii at Ruth' rfold'
SIetaurant
electric Theatre. Moving picture-
Tt Ten c' lI4 ntStur tay night.
81wcial attention paid to ladies
tade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Phone or call on .I. ( Harrold to
day for your growerie. I'Phone .' ,.
Geo. '. Morris Ileft yesterday for m
short business trip to Hi4gh springss
Two hours entertainment. Electric
Theatre. Mlovilg pictures. Tnu cent.t.
Order your family a choice cut of
tender. juicy lb-f today of J. G. liar-
rold. I'lont .,
J. R. F'asater. road oterseer. aa In
the city ye.-terday looking after some
S business matten*r
Theo Hudgins was calhld to Jack
i ont\.le yesterday but will return to
the city on MondaN.
S Plaink'. Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills. fe\er. colds and lagrippe.
Price 2.:c. Sold lIy W. M. JohnMm.
"Iletter be safe. than sorrm S,*
Ch.i-. Eili.s, he ll tll .ou a-hy ('l.an
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T. W. Shds PresI t
Wn. L S. t.t Vrue rm n
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Dorey's Delight Coffee.
Moving letur.e at Electrle Theatre
Saturday night.
Just a few nice fat hen turkeys.
Saunders & Earle.
Cedar Key oysters, day and night,
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Wonderful moving pictures tonight
it Electric Theatre. Ten cents.
lVr. Farr and wife departed yester
day for .liacksoinvtll. wheret- tliw will
vi.it for ai few da.;i.
Pure aliple cider delivered to an)
mart of the city for one dollar Iwr
gallon. N. Franiisco. Phone 22'3.


btri-et. South (tit the I'.st in fre"-h i i at it order
J. W. Sherous.e. forlmelrly of Mica- i t from .1 G li rold A full
nopy but who is now living at Orange ll e of frt.rh ni"al.t alaas on haad.
latke'. ais aniollg the si itors to the J M.. S4li-v. h ho has bt,.i spending
cit \.' l'rTdii;a the*' I1pa.t % 'k at Fort While. where
She .a- called on sickie.-.. hasi return
I' r lIlll, I .r. atl l.irt d st'r
da; r a .-srhot business. trip to Jack- ed to the city.
oniI ', withered, he aiAll re'uiliill for the Accidents will happen. but the best
inext l'w d\. I r.gul.attd families keep Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil for such enmergencie.s. It
.Miss \ard of Floral City arrived
Miss Ward of Floral Cityarrivedsubdue-s the pain and heals the hurts.
yesterday and aill tb the guest of her
friceid. .lIh- Mar) Medlin. for the' Miss Susie IEllis of 1igh 1 SrinKgs,
next few da)s who has bten in the city visiting her
F. mpton the utlifriend. Miss .Mabel Voyle. for a couple
It. P. IlH mpton, th> hustlin- r,.:l
of days. returned to her home yester-
estate man. returne'd c.tetrda, from
a business trip t o point; in th.' ol-th-
ern part of the State. There is nothing more rfrleshain
Tt fr le at this than a glass of pure apple cider. I
Typewriter rlbbcen for sale at this
.ell it for 6 centa a llaaa or oae dol
office. The betst on the market. Only l or c s a g s or oe
lar per gallon. N. lrmaclaco.
seventy-file c-nt.i. All colors and for l .
Phone 22:1.
use on all standard machines.
J. Corbt of Sl, The Gainesville liottling Works ad-
J. I. ('orbett of Sally. S C, has ar
r-d in td a p- vertise for you to start the New Year
rived in th, (city and accepted a post-
tion with the afrm of C. A. ailey & right by calling for PepsiCola and
other ioft drinks under the Iniver-
Co. He assumed his duties yesterday.
ity itraud. tee their as.
H. M. Sanders and F A Townsdnd .
L,. Godwin and wife of Fairfield
of Hawthorn, two of the pIrolwrou
were visitors to the city yesterday.
|lant,'r?. from tht. I'Ea.t iml w-r<- r*"
sewing their ac stians re r lie state-s that the' farmers in that
new iilK thifr acijllllllt~ llm 'c. h,.r,, n-ri
day section are now shipping a good deal
day of Ilt(-uce and the lIrice- swuni to be
The mania friends of Mrs H. R aiproning
Fewell. who has had a very severe Jack ille who
MS... HRog,'rs of Jacksou-,vllle, who
wa ill I. a l t lrn thl:t sI c il. r, a i -- tta M a left ester
val-tir 1:. ,ir A tla l t il,, iit fri.el'ds. there
\\W'. 1 I)Da idi i. .r. I. f High Springsi '4Clic 1 Ill i jiii.d tllmorrow bI M.is.
ia.- among iK tl a* ,iilor to the city y) 'b |.-ia-. a ho aIll \I-it her ii Jackwion
tler

quiet -

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N 1., g tl na
W. M 1isltch 'if Santa 0 Fe. ac-.1


(,itit Iitij ilda 1I v.% hit -r dau ghtIer, %It-, AlI
laca airiasi III thle elti Norcsiir on
it !-h-rt %it,1 lipIi c 0 famlii.of (Ci .1
N I *r -ila (l iL'

NERE 4SRELIFFFOR WOMEN.


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If >ou aaut to become the proud
,.orssessomr of a home by paying moath.
Sly installment In amounts Lus
Than Rent. you can do It. Consult
II. R Colson and be convinced. Call
or write to me. 114 West Main Street,
painePrlle Via
If \ au a;ial iit blu\ a ..iKg Kra(l.e iIl
.II a '" this JcsM'i Fre ic hi 'lanii ('
1.* h ir lie stitori inl thi ;rahalm
1''. ite0au 4 %%'1i ha-andie tie' St .'w11 ay
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S A I.4ed14< I-ir \'lithA. i
ey's Delight Coffee.


I~ ~ O P(ii ISI' )1)'N N( 'T 0t '()D P\ Fi E ItJAN.11 P-001-011


Bush & Safford

PIANO


- -The Gainesville Sun

CONTEST


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m:h ... .il ;.t lligh Spring-. d< uart, >l
,**-c rdal fair hi., hliotli to It' ra';vei
i(r thr o|> rling of hin, school t on MI.(i
dat
t'ol I E. WobImter left .- lterda)
o(r a shtert busine'i, trip to Floral
<'it. lherte lhe gtoes to ltsk after the
int-res t of the Dutton Phosphate

Rol,.rt Murrell Of Ocala. who has
been in the city for the past several
days, will leave today for West Palm
Iteach. where hbe has secured a lu
crutihe l|oslition.
Prof. J. H. irinson, who formerly
taught school here and who sl the
ne% ly elected suplcriutendeut of
schools in Marion county, left for his
hui.t, ) stcerday.
.Mrs S. A Swails of Fort While ar-
rlit.d in the city yesterday en route
to Wacahoot.a. where she will visit
relatites. She stopped over here with
her daughter. Mrs. I'. G. Ramsey.
J F. Pellett. who is now holding a
|i A.(lioI Aith the 'it'rnitnal ('Compai n)
of .Iack-olm !li,. has IHt'n in the city
for tlh. pI, t levw d:tia s lt cking after
r r t) ii,* r,'.-t. 't ,-t 01 tIt e city.
.ittl. M1.1 l FIl.lnt'. Icidh u ol LIake-
lalnd. a ho has Itnh. .Mis llaititti I.n-ium left yesterday for
her hoiict. Sihe is n daughter of Con-
ductor (Gorga. Ilhdley. who formerly
hli-d hern.
J. F. Hogau aiid E. F. Itruton. two
representative citizens of tCntral.
were visitors to the county capital
yesterday. They took advantage of
their visit to renew their subh.crlp-
tions to The Sun.
I. T. Beckham of Campville, one of
the successful planters of that place.
ws greeting his Gaineaville friends
yesterday. This is his frst visit Ia
bomte time and his acquaintances were
glad to meet him.
Slate Superintendent Holloway aad
Secretary J. G. Kellum. two of the
prominent visitors her from Ulla-
hassee during the meetlag of the State
Teachers' Association departed yew-
terday for their home.
Ct I. A. Furd. former sul erinteud-
.: ,.h Coa -t Line here. hbt who
is now engaged in the real estate
business at Palatka, arrived in the
city .enterday and will spend the next
.,-w da)ts here on business.
Look out for the Imitatlin fruit
-tore'. as they cannot compare with
the original hanana house. Nice ripes
I..ialH.It.1 o u* t'l, doi'-n or .-ow cent.ns
hunch W\\'e are the onlly fruit house
that has the good,, N. Francisco.
A llapl,' Ni%.w Year to all jUatronm
cf th Ilrown iouMse i-toll to hsaw
oair gicIt waif- the 'ear) of uinsTriM
tl*linllimK tihe' Ipr'arralion ofl a Suindui
d ditii r,. a* w ill cr\I a yo u aln .exellent
"i I 1 I I t n I ,> T'l', I Irow) n

iH I ar e -e
e *' A .il l I*i *. litu ,lb 1i [ti!a l h *d
1 Jini ('l r Cha calt Am r.l '.Aslnt Iat the
i.t- ar tti' Iti -' rr-l icgt d li1- I o itiona
,th 1*| i t >1 ; tir on W lt"l t 'ii
11 :1 i r. t Th lta u i i n.t ll* ill l.
,,, ,n,- C A tiall & A t'o, asid thel
II ci li. 'll' f ti ri re '**'ie .
Mr- I'lii l It. \ in hlil" w hiel hla"- l-'eli
I ill.z : i.' h i,.tr il.' m lin lal t'io for s'
t e | 1. f' -t* l.l t fo'r ,l<*'k oli
*;' i .. ,' f,* -1i w a ll i ,''. I r ti* '.
.,...| i,, h 1 .l a i r|a .h ll0 l tcl i .A i +

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i\cmic ;, -,s) u ce hu(te iof bria a rip.
id tlec.ie') rumi gia fur a v
I hate aIm'hAthrr car tie arrl r Luat arfek
h I vIf) c tait doeeu or j ceuntsa
bnUhL )uur pik ouf the bvouse Curuc
to the banaua Loser the urigmali fruit
*tore of Gaines iltc, aherv you aima)s
aet het best frOm the only fruit ma"
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THE DUTTOH BANK
*%.X I.-V-II.f.r FL. .
Capital, Full Paid, $75.C00.00
W .I l'l. ,I I 'll I r, -, ;nt '. W. Ct'HIA 4t Vie.. l e.
*. II I 1 .1. a-, r .. ,. K. 1 ltl0 )M I .. ti\'v- Prl'n .

CONDENSED FR 3M FE 7 FOR THE STATE COMPTR LLE
"eccmbur 31st, 1101.


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Count, ef Alarlana I
I. E. l1. Turimar, c-a,ier of TI.,' hutton BDnk. ig.~ l
tlie sleeve taterneeut t ip c So tri e leat of In oUssdtoaek e
ubsreihal avsiur n to bere me awthis [rumbuw1,
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meat taken for loe tam so cuM t MX
words make a lie; Ino fraetkoaal liU
every word over easch lx ceMtiLUn a
an addltloal Iae. CAbH ln advanee
must accompany all orders for ter
toasla a ti oeolma.

FOR RUNT.

FOR RENT-Plve-roomm ottage. Ap
ply 200 K. LUbrty atree

FOR RENT-rPurished roes., mod
era coaveulones. Apply s1t East
Seminary street.

Pt'RNISHED ROOM--On aicely
furnalhed room for rst, with ec
without board. Apply to W. J. DI-
by at Gaineville Puralture Co's.

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GaltWuviUle; trms eay at reaso
able Intreet If tuabl to pay ai
eash. Apply at km9 Ma0.

POR SALE-Corer lot 101 95 01t
oa West MaL St. orth sad BDo
dary It.. nest to Joe Kadriek
Will el. at a bargain amd oa ean
terms. Apply at Se olae.

LOST.

IA)HT--L)un-colored rare mule. stray-
-ed Thursday morning frou camp
alHout daylight near Johl Hague's
place in SanfelLaka hbam ~.k Re-
ward If returned t) Crawford &
Iavls.


WANTIKO-HILP.


WANTEl Men to learn barbt.r trade.
ftw wceksa required, btast paying
work within the r< ach of imsor man,.
can bate shop arth arill capital.
aage*" from $12 to $~*l w. kl).
wonderful demlicad for bau bers
Catalogu. lmail,-d fr'e. Moler liar.
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