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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 3, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01535
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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uW deslmyb m them vu.. of
Nam MW us custaut at Pt-gkwru lu

WAmg nwkofths p laceTh k


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Ah~w at pL Lsew WA nigbi a burli
4@@OW oused bly U. Tiller aud ulvuf
S" byr WarreisKlag *a cletruyevJ
Ilft OffeJO3Cn. be tuawauta us


& Abf Alb-a,. there Is a rush of former
WaM 1 0 f- dealers of that Iate to Peaa-
Mt teds and it is epec0 that umay in
M Io anris-- t ttse already located here
& > wiO -s pmN up hblsineas. Almost
rMei v avala ble building a now oem-
i* le b o r am who have ome here

"O m rM"l ta m ane i receipt of cors
* h fte th e .-tiM from many othet who
S t'ees desire to locate aI ths city and o a
Shldr wd~h olosale huse"s with their former
Id CODO mS es. As a result, the city will
I I n eeif a lve* mch lrr revenue this
d Wy ir hfro th sale of liquor than ever
if of t beatre. eves tbough the license was
Lt m tan doa led a year ago. The
aI 1e bust les r( the wholesale dMkers bas
l t a lac raised to a remarkable extent
Sm darlag the past ofw months. and now
Sitht all of Alabama is dry and with
Pe raela the nearest point from
which UIqr canI e shipped. the'
Swhbakebut s or n I Pesaaola will as-
Salmsa Is i me p, a oaortu as.


SI A ISLAND COTTON.

&vman"a& Mart Ative-Maain Bam-
am a alwer Grade
8AVANNAH. Ga.. Janm 2.-The Sea
hIatd em market was fairly active
dirtai th pat week, with more than
hall the besieess dooe i the lower
rades, mue as choice and extra nce.
The higher grade were career, and
pries were slightly Irmer. Cotton
,om*laa in tmoUtly of lower grade.
eseept I the case of holding lots pick-
e darller la the season. At the
etle the Market was quiet, but irm.
with orltas pretty well cleaned up.
but mot me b demand in sight.
Sales tr the week were 1,418 bals.
The folwwlng prices are based on
letters' quotations and are reviled
weekly on Fridays:
Pancy Peridas ............ 1 oJ
amey Oeorgla ........... lshb20
MK. ebotee Floridas........17 f :1;
ex choice Georgta.. .....1174
Choice Ga's and Pa's ..... 14 '
Ex. Mwe Ga's. and Fla's 1:..I:( It1
lPue Oa's and Plas. .... '
Com. Oa's and Fl'...... 10 (all

CHARLI~.TON. 8. C.. Jan. lea
Island: Receipts. 184. exports, 109;
*ales.7T; stock. 5.64. Market quiet;
fioe. le'; fully finte 23;

PINKOtON PICKS UP MAN.

Omcar Bridges a Ga*,svlle Negro.
Arrested Nesl Dunnellon.
iMScial ftl*tut) Charl". lJilkero-im on
Prkday arrested ().-a I'ritg'. a
Glanesville negro. whonm he caught
steallug a ride. on a train tnar Ihlmt-
nellon. and turned himu oter toi the Ma
rion couint)y uthorit rit
Itrldglde is a )uuun I,,-*r, of thii
place who lives in dprlig lill, and It
is presumed thatel le as h imlni iin
thia rttloti of ItheB Salt' either h limk
alu for uork or aliesiptiniK It i.Ig
iback to the ci('
lic aes tried fur (tl ,(iTf, i, 111
(rals anid Kil 'in thirty da)>. albic h,
%ill I er. slb t the tiriu of A
Hasil & Co lu tihe turpen Aiii3


FAUMNG METEOR

SOCKS A COUNTY


MARLION) Alm lame -
ttwtoasi in (fit.i, aat.e.-ri,


A large ftu
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l 91 Ir t III il4 1 I -u
cuUNly Thursdayh itiht It 'coei,- fro
ltb Iouthl vatl alid i luld w4 a-'-'ie
throughout lthe. .*ti It) A irt (timu.
afttr It fell a dialineI hotuck wan fe-it
over a largeI palt uo the ouailty that
aOI W *laord aud u ur lt rattle


RECEPTION AND EX-

MiT AT UNIVERSITY

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT AN


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., M-UML I...NAINING T niU0i nvuu kJ IUiuAl
THE STATE TEACHERS ai

ne of the Pleasig ,ea t In Atun d's b rofdig oase Nearly Entirely C
Visit f M embers of Aesi a-
tie to -....-i.,. nd.-W as by ur .r y.

One of the most interestin features At an early hour Saturday morning awakened the remainder of the rc1
of the convention of teachers so re-
eht- theld in vtioneville as the r-nal ire destroyed the building owned by ers. All got out of the burning bli.
gently held in Gainesville %as the final
session held at the University. The Mrs. J. H. Truby and run by Mrs. ing as bet they could. somne havig
to etseal e with only their night loehgs
Invitation to the association was from Al uold as a boarding house at the cor- on.
5 o'clock in the afternoon on; but the tier of East Liberty street and North lr. W. II. Russell and Mrs. Arlt
members were given to understand Oak avenue, and which was the home were the only one- injured, the foraer
that all would be welcome at any f the owner for many years. from jumping from the second store
aimeh during the three-days'e mca ting. Although the fire occurred at 6 of the building. while Mrs. ArnoM
rad that they would be esmeclally wel- o'lo.k. the, alarm sas not turned in was hadly' cut about the face In retef.
come at any time on Thurwed uMa1n until the ,ullding i as in flames all iIn to her room to secure her IU'r,
and practically all who were.d utiahile ov.r the tolp. and it was with ditti- :and as the smoke was so dense se
to remain to the vry enld of the' meetd- culty that the tanyliy boarders escalwd does not know what she. came in cm.
Ing. went out Friday moeritn ahmd from the building, they all being tact 1 ith to cut her face. I 'r R.
arlVy In the afternoon: yet the mr'm- a.h.le at the tltam,. sell is .uffer.timm from a sIraitned back
bers did not go out in great crowds Tas fi rst kthowe of the fire wasI lut d .si not thimk that h rained ac.
until after three. lhen thl,, driver for wagon No. 1 ed any ilnt(ertial injuries. He escaped
From 3 o'clock until aibouit 1t the
Fronoti o'clock until about 1the d ti intke and scoon the, flanies. with hi Ilight shirt onp shoe ad
l'tilversity kept several free convey- 'The alarhi'm was tulrniel ill Ifrcti lto)x o,,II' Stck., ft;r all of whicW he good
aces running from the square to the '.. hich .as lat,. ;dd to i e natur'dl) r. marked he ias thankful.
camipu and these wero pIacked on ev- from ;I, lhicl is lcate.d ,in the u. r- I rs. Alrnld's los sas in thll
ery trip. Moreover the r4t-0 auto- ti, ll i.r,' r the i. lilding wa. lurniiing I ,e-igllorhioed of 1$?2.tooe, with omly a
mobile and istrit carriages vkeri- usedrtr
nmliile and treet carriages +ere ued fire, had be in tar;l',. I i the kittl.n I 11 iaall insu-ranc.. of $7.1i lbut as all I
by many. so that after 5 o'clock the. a;t t!,,. u.s;ial lhour to irlr.ipre' tihe the furniture was not consumed L
grounds and buildings were crowded ,niniiig n.el. ;,d it a from a the flame this amount may lt 46
with a great throng of people. Con- ark t1h.,t Il,. iuidi:.a c'autht. anid re a -d t ,tue..
Veyauce were also provided by the Wa- .t t! nothe'd en.u by the cook In Mrs. Trub.s' loss-is about #.$4
t1'nivenr.lty to cary vtor around the kitchen until th. entire rtNof r aa. with only $l1.9.0 insurance. She haI
the ground,. ib is nlalmes, lnld the' fire. wa. eatingn lg its not decided what she will do in w
All of th o o way into tilet ulrp r sle'liitin rooms guard to rebuilding.
workshops. green houses. lecture- when the innlatets of the house were Mrs. Aruold has already bee-s b.
rooms were open to tinspection. oev- awakeled. dered the use of another boae tl
eral of the rooms In the dormitories Nearly all of tie' boarders lost their oin up business at once, but the lady
were also open so that the vlitors clothing and i rnonal effects., hut the just, at the time Is unable to stat
mislht se bow the students lived.
Mnt o how the g st dents lived, greatest losers were A. I. I'oosmr and her future plans. She had aoe it
Many of the lneets were Interested toward Krause. who practically lost great pains and expense in pri pitfl
too In see.in the "gymnasltu and ath- everything th ey had in the building. this home; and had it filled with
letic Ields. In order to factiltate their iss Poole. a lad) te. her of Waldo high-class boarders who were wel
examinatlon of the grounds and build- \ho is he re taking the. teaher--'. pleased with the accommodatloais ad
ings. several students In full uniform aminatio., was the fnirt onme in the th. Place as a home. IHer trunk cW-
were on hand to act as oides. Furthi- hu to dlicover the re which had taniliig all of her valuable paper was
erntore the department of agriculture reached her room. and she quickly % a..
-ad Kxiwriment Station had had a pro- I
gram printed of what waa especially chapel to hear the able address of |I 1U A
worth> of notice. pDr. Van 81ikle of Baltimore. and to WAS L
Espe|cial attention was given it the ttherentaining butines of
arrangement of the laboratol ie to II.- B -,.i. 1 UN lD
lustrate the work of the corresl|ond
SAll whoul we i havu. )-,en exire'.--
ence course in agriculture offered tby
thvniselvfh at chatrm the Ii'nersilt to, the school teach. r- t l' a d with the e l-AL.I(II. N. C. lan .-That IL
the State; for as about four.hundredst tertainmieit his tel' I'lllme'r.ity ad all ilnsdlall ;tas killed I a wUSmded
teachers have enrolled for this course. was that tohi- IltiLllng ill (;dri l ',tlle ,|eIr saw the'- .rdlcl of the coroorf's
It was thought that such a dipdla wa.i ont i the- be't aiuond thte alt'l irte Y at the closee of atn mlle'tisatlm
would prove of most interetl. Tthe. tl'g il tl. hletrv r thl ia i:,'o the death of a prominent citll0 '
llreparationi for this h.t the *xl-x.ri fll', lteautfrt ci tithsiie Iv wa
menlt Station was e alull attractive. At the Experment Staton. f, tod. i about three feet of
and we add twlow ani uac-ount of It The' iariouu delpartmenti-s of ti- E:L wate-r Ii a cre.e-k near the 1pot wlwhe
s wrte.n h> I)r Jriloh I selling of : Iriment Stationm hIad arr:laiind suchl h Ir sddeily dirisali'wared from apart
station staff e ~xhli tsilI .- s, W re likely. to I .i'ftti l tl of lhutllt'ml r Wedn'.dl sda'
Under the direction of a C Cit ox tho-se- teachers who w,.re- takhikg the I lluidr.ed- of intii had .**,arched for
the campus sas made very attractive. cerr'.sploidenl, course li agtricultuIn i llltllr % for thIe ii3 .--iug ma iaI s11"
Very prelty it was. e lpecially after 'r to) other. inte.reste.d iln the' te.-t nithneil lHa %,\ was lucated I1, bloodhoundds is
light-fall. with its many bo ,fre- and if ;ilriculture a iillcond. a l:argeK ltk cd'*er etwi
with the blaz'- of lights frnii thih build j Thus the chenmit of the station, found ir-ar him, wounr'-d
111i1. I rof A. W lllair. showi d miniplei' A inunlw r of cit> .iiiil brui-t'0
Iurling the whole' aufternoonl anld ,,f th t ie apple -.il' eienllllg the lhla inKg of the' (;,aillm,-s ll e i ,,i Il,,-lc ,abll) Iltll m .tl'r t 1e in til l li<,, lti 'irl


Orhe-l tra added tw ith Iie, the. I1' .-.-ur,.
of tlie torat ioli .At :. ccliHk iheire
was a formal rtrc .,i 'li of tIle t ul't
i) the hlai,' f 1f lh I it, rIit f(.if l' a
and l'.\ e.-rin ut Salitit, -.iff :- a -l-l
I,> Mi .1 1. Kell sI td ii- H I itl.
C(.trpeitl 'r -i ilaini ''lt,' ei '.I?- Ar ,
pre-'sirmetI IcIl I It ('r c o t io t l ie i te Ii ..:
ladl. Ti.. r. .ttoiin i o' r It il, r-
,of hlih in hi.i t i t, t !.r4 l i : ;,, i
. ild .ll -ie )lt l a to I, .tit ic. i 1' r
i fr .-shnrl t- Thi.- 111 --' 1. h1 1. er t |I *.e
t.'ia tt t iull til. i i .1 ,1 .ii .. I i i
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NOT EXTRA HEAVV ON TOP AND
WHWSKIY MACE HIM lDA).
I- -.
Polleman Owens Carre Along About
the Time He Was at Helghth of
Me Bucstewment.

Ike lirown. a negro who la nmone t.,
m n l ith w ood mound i.ne at lhi-'


ltest, was given .ne 'little dr ii" Sat-
urday that comnil *tely overrhalanced
him. and he p'nm wanted to clean up
his bsop and everyone' in it
Prown is conducting a ire.+ iti- cluih
on West Main street. and he had d.-
livered a suIt of clothes to a customer
who gave him a drink for the prompt
earlyy d aivdry, aud it was this drink
tat get Brown lto trouble.
Whether or no It was the brand of
goods or the amount that be took. he
was oo wld. and on returning to his
hop he wanted to clean out every-
thJm and everybody, beeMes he was
eurIag b hily enough tob e heard at
a dotahe.
PoUCMeua Owmens happel4d along
abot the time the nere wa iAt his
greteet pitch, paced the man nnder
arrat aWd escorted im to tne city
hbot, where he wll! remain aatil
Ma-day. whbe he ill appear ebeore
Maylr Davi.


"He giveth His beloved
Psalm 127. 2.


sleep."


Mrs. W. WIUls died at her home
Monday, December 28. 190s.
She leaves a'huband and two chil-
dren. Hugh and Marie. to mourn for
a devoted wife and a loving mother.
while In Virginia a father and two
brothers will bear of her death with
saddened hearts.
All that a kind and loving husband.
sklUful physiclas. and almpathetic
friends could do to restore her to
health or make her last days comfort-
able and pleasant was done. &S
many long nonth- she %a: ;1.1. and
though her suffering was intense she
always had a sweet smile and a kind
word for those about her.


Her patience was
friends. and with a


a marvel to her
spirit of receigna-


Ota whiel we could hardly under-
tead she bore the paln without a
murmur. The funeral services were
eMld at the grave In Evergreen ceme-
tery. Mr. RoI.grs, who knowss so well
bow to comfort the bereaved, con-
doeted the serves. "Lead. Kindly
UIght." her favorite hymn. was sung
and then the grave was covered with
beautiful Bowers. When we think
bow abe louged for death to come. and
was even anaxously awaiting the time.
it sems as if we can hear her say
with the poet:
"And. frldsa. dear friends.
When It shaU be
That this low breath is gone from me.
And round my bier ye come to weel,
Let one. maot loving of you all.
Say. 'Not A tear must o'er Ihr fall.
He giveth ills beloved sleep. "
(MRS.I MATTIE HART.

A Religious Author's Staterent.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly Itrick'en with a seo *e
pain in nvy kidnl: s and was ,coinfined
to bed eight days unable, to eet iup
without aassiitalC.c ily utirilne col
lta'ed t hick wh(it,. oe ltpi l nild I
passed waile frequentl) day and night
I cilmnr i(.ed taking FPihy C KidiwI'
Remedy. aind the lain Kraduall'
abated and finally ce'rse-d anid ni
urine l becam ui,,rui;il I (heerfull.
reu cilmend tFole.' Kiline ieliiedJ
J. W. lMccolluiu a Co

Noticea.
Notice is hberelby gie itlithll a liie'eltii
of the stockholders of the, Ame-ricani
iFlanige For Kailwoa Ilii,|re.'eilli.,ti
(C il called to bt hetll il ith. i('I ( i(o
(aialueslle. ril lorida. asi th. on1,c o- (
the Secrelar) and I ,d .--uli u rf -it
('conlaii), ot Tue,.da), the '.it(h di) oif
January I\Ol. at the hour iof to aoi cl(rk
a wU ut said day, for the truanliacltion
of such Iulnluesai a ilmay rcomne b.otire,.
It E : CANNON
Lee (& Trrea

You would uot dels) takitlg i ule-) r
Kldrey Remedy at the Arst signi ol
kidney or bladder trouble if )ou rea
ilsed that neigl.ct might result iii
right's disease or diabetie Fuley .
Kidaey lKteuwd corrwcis arregulari
Uies and cures all kidley and bladder
dird. rir J W McCullumi Co (


I


shorter hit
er his legs


bleg.- becomee' ad th horl
becomic- the li't'der the au


dience laughs. and as his legs are be-
coming shorter every minute *th
laughter grows louder, and flually
when his legs become so short that
they disappear altogether. then the
laughter turns to howlitnl. and where
the audience are all hownlinl together
they make such a noise that some
times they can be heard outside ol
the theatre for a quarter of a mile.
Mr. Thonillon will aiyear at Thi
New Itaird Theatre for olne night ol.
Tuesday. Jalnuiar' .th. The adinlml -Ihi
will le 2.5. 3" anid .*.o cents
Retsrved seat tickets oln sale
ait Mill r's Moitla..

The Pure Food Law.
Secretary Wil.Min sa).v: "One of
the objects. of tlhe law is to inform
the consunier of tle pireen'-.ce' (of cer-
tain harmlfuil dirut iin ll l ii,-.e.
The law requlres that thle allnioun,
chlorofornm. olpinl. morphinel' ;a J
other habit-fornihig drugs Ine stated
on the label of e:ich bIotle The mania
ufacturera of C'ha nmlcrlain's (iCouKh
Renied) have alw a.s- claimed thai theim
remedy did not ceiontaini i l of lthe, -
drugs, and the tnirthlof iOii. cl.aiii is
now fully) prov'ni. ia. l no ieii'iln ofi

recniiced i, nolie onuii cil of (It >tb afe-t
lout in.lle of til tI ist iI u e for i ghlll ,
anid 1oil> t1It.- .ili'. i ai(' I .e 1, 11 'I \ i
ie.' ulli l lL-l ( ll l fiilIc ll g I cl tlI .li
-.al0h .l | li it ic-'.-

Notice.

holetil ,o lth N .Itil .ii. Ii; l, I ', *i -
Sala'.airiiiin .\ --l i.Ctll i 11 II ,, hl li
.t Ilce ili ite Ilof I S, l i l it l 1 n i l \ 11i
lda Janu.arI 4. at 1 I ii ,lii k iin i for
the e. le tll.6iAi 1o l ilhl, el.'i ., ii s' i lu llt ll lr
bu iselle a ii..i |i- i' i e rle I ieIil0 itlefi i
the ili -tili I II II( 11 I .iC .4 I
.Ilanuair) I *.''1' ,'Iit I

Too Much Face.
You feel as if c)ou had otir fal e troo
many wllhei v o hatve ri'uralKiIt don't
)OU" SAia.'e the face \ou lmat united
it. but get rli of tiht- l .iiurallia b
applI) i liillard's *iienow iiltrilmient
riueat thalig in the world for rhelu
matULm. nuralgia. burns cut.* salds.
larme back and all palus Sold by W
M. Jouhuioa.


4LSII
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- -I

BS NE GO FmA-----TO -

ITDO ARREST AND ATTrCrPT
TO TAKE OFFICE'S PISTLL L.

o Was Crunk and Rised Ds -


turbance When the Marshal
V,;-.t to AeiCt Him.

W\\lll. il;tte i "1 lk t ittll-r t W ill
.loi'-one, a haid im ero w ho Ihied at
il. ,t' ir ,n ii Fril i. i ~ht' l 'razi,.r
'lar4ihall. tOi, l aar-hial of tihlt town
a.4 v n'nt IIl,.1-id Ilt kill H I41< ni ll
The' igri' hadil ir.9 -4-114.,4l 1 to fill up1
on tw' INKe' and miake hile iisual uilet
% village on*l' to resel'nibl' a mining town
of the Wst. when thei offic r api-
ilroacchied Imlii to Iplrce hini iitde(r ar-
rest fur his disorderly c(loduct alid
diturbance on the streets.
The uegro had just returned from
his home. and was not the kind to
submit to arrest. He went at the
offler with a vim, trying to get his
weapn., making a grah for the pistol
in hi% first das.h.
Although a small man, the officer
grappled with the negro and was com-
pelled to shoot him in the scuffle
which followed to prevent the negro
irom killing him.
A corner's jury was in session a
large part of Saturday investigating
the witnesses in the affair and after
hearing all the evidence the officer
was turned loose. being justified in
killing Johrnoii.


EXT NII's. A 4 M~ 'l-
MENTS' (F 'THE EAS 4 )N
T() 1. MANY FRIENI)S
ANP ('tST,'IMERS


T.W. nbk mh
WIL. I.Med, F V:S; -i,


-- -


AMUSEMENTS


The New Saird Theatre.
"'Eh Scowenhoven." the Yankee
farmer. This is one of the characters
that John Thompson rt resents In
"The Funny Fellows of New YorK.
If a pWhon were afflicted with the
hbeumatism. gout and neuralgia. thl'y
would have to forget their pains and
laugh at tl.is chlaracitr. As somn ah
"Eb" nakes his aleiearalinc, he tell,
the audience that he has lost hi- cow.
has t'ien kicked l) a miul' e ;mI. ;1 fIew
other misfortuines that nilae hallenei'd
to hint. Aft ,r awhile he' I wv the pli-
anoi. and has something to sa3 .l 1,utt
it. No one being prestnut to ipl.y it
he decides to play it himself. so. after
singing a comic soig. he atmlnse-. I.iml
melf by pla)lig "Turkey. in the St aw.
in rag time. The pla)iin of thil. tuii
has such an effect on him that 1he can
not resist the temptation to dance. al
though he weighs ne early 4,K I punids.
While dancing. his leg.s begin to gp t
short; the audience notice this and he
gin to laugh. the longer lih dances th!.


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BAIRD THEATEil

KlAMMl, Manger Iz
I


ShilOpIpers
Slio1tltor6
Immmfm


Ilefortr making youril ,le.
tiohs for ollliilay Gifts ca
at ltr 'tore and ilnspect ou
lilt' of


Furniture

Suitable

for

Christmas

Presents..

We have everything nee.
essary for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
tie wishes of anyone can
loe gratified botll as tochoio0
and price.


Many pieces that are
specially appropriate for
Yule-tid trade.


Gainesvill Fwitmi C
Oalimvllle, FPaids I


Tuesday. Jan. 5 Breads. Cakes


JOHN THOMPSON
The only actor in the world who lavin n
rhes an entire Vaudeville Entertaln- Bakery,
newatl alone. you excll
Mr. Thompson will appear in his gron ,'top a
rir 't:l Musical Character Coinl-dy eni-
it"ld'.
ill-dKEY!
"TI t F Fdlows f V w k Tk Yk" I. T. 1-ih
There is no other entertainment
i'ke this. neiticheir h:a.s aminy otelir actor
ce'cr :cc During the performance he will single
about It; comical songs. all hits. W h
He will introduce to different char-
icters. each character of a different
natlimiality and appropriate dialect. W ife
He will play on the piano, violin. '
lhanijo. Chliiw.ee fiddle. clarinet and I
otil .r iitii runwalli't:. a hr lb a nlb fle Uij- A i

He willt tell al i ;ut ::. Iu funiiny -tor r, .
ind jioke -.**n. or lich ai* funny
0*iin4 l i (t11 mt ak.'- :te iic 1 le. lauchi C rii
As a dancer lie hal.s fe eilu:mil-. aind
i' lte .er.ili)n fie ldie not lauc h at ie -
dancinic of iti Y.inikee farmer rl hltl
He is also lii,. (, ini rcit .-tr.; .1iid
Il. hin ili 1 t11: *.hl l. : ii iir t lit a 1 11
He never leaves the stage niilil itl.
i i n i.i e iid- "he re i 1- hi !-. 1 re
Iii' In l.; iw 'a H k*k up i f;c
f ,r *. 'i .traie'ei : .llt Ii tl, 1:1. ( '()rre-
tii!t :1, -,* l i t'; th*.- ( .1c ll e* rIe ;:Il
I I 11 (I r I i -I g
i< Ii ee "' il. ., i:;i' i1. lii- dr< si, -"--- --
re od i
He is a whole trcupe of TEN :iid
,. 11 : il t li lilil'n t e I li i, 1 :
If you miss this lt. rt1. 1 ii, .. AO
Sill iie \ r g ** .lim tll.e-f ch hat i cer 1 e
a tinet- like it lmeetu- ', tlit-re i ieie CAnN i
1 i t -* .el t.' ke' en '-.:l' e ,
i.e .1 e I. i t ,,,'- I ..' i If 1 ,, ',,IMfi
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=Pies
vjoaifd and renoatd m
we an- now lprl4Yr to She
Ilent 'e'r\ice. Haveo ow 6W
it your ilb~r t-very *3omiUj.

flONE MUtm
baft, Prop. Pho. l ms 0



Not BUY tM


or Ia
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ce PIANO 15


tmas? ?N

'k.11 you a go.il Piplao
o Ivratv p ~rice andc onl
1,1"SOltaI,1 tietrums.

ii~cllll. 0( 1 lcc'tedC


HL. ill
eraHouseNam
FILLE. FL
eparltmat m CuNG


.$2' HATS $2~o





THE HAT BOX
214, WESTFIRNI' F RST,1S ..A 'FL'\I.E 1A.



-TurMailrWas fsd 2 Whae
Mill 6Ietnts' [urn iiiing, are arniieit I "ok i ite i


OMY'ftpkLe 42tIhfe' wait1m
MIA____________Iblolaw14'Jioece


distribut'i votes is u-desired bf tf IfWIOBS


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If you will take Foley's Orino Laxa-
*1%e until tlh' otwiels become regular
(mil w ill inot Ihain\ to take pIrgatlves'
const:aitly, a- Foley's Orino lAxatlve
K)sitilve'ly cur-s chronic constipation I
and sliluish li\'Tr. Pleasant to take.
J. W. .lcCollum & Co.
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THE DtAILY RUN: GAI1NNEA;1LE. F. LORTPA, JANIVARY 03. 1909


AS 108,715 VOTES


AT PIANO CONTEST- RE.
*CgVED 3,.8-5 SATURDAY.

Drian Ellis A.vances to Third
Mary Daughtrey as Now
Fifth in the Race.

\ida 's \ote wa; the lar,..-t
the piiit' c ttt l'. 9t I ,. iin t r.irl.
c.'kis aU,.
Kathrin, Ilail., r- i\,. 1 tJ -,
nu bi|Ir p'4lll for ant % ain'
ft Wlii< '1 ;.. ;:.,:' .. a ith .M iss
p tr : .1 ( |o ''{oiei 11 !i { '"
rr dlit. .M i-: iri.in !. I1 v :

-ot,<' N,-arlv :ll ,f th,- oth<, r
It s 14C i a .( i, I .1 a 1 nh i It,
is wouMl v.-in ,aI'll. ll .-l th,. itt.ti-
S 10t the' fact that 'm\<'r;al of t' ,i
tes are not lipp (lli out t lh'
h-ls hi(h ;apl-Iar iii The Sunl
nt a very.v tnie way. Kindly take'
Little more pains and cut them
Switch a knife or a pair of scissors.
Ip be a great h< Ip to the' one' who
to count the t\,tes.4
standing of the different candi-
p tI given bx-luow:
hp Katherine Hailh.. city....li.71:.


Bessie I lpree,. < it\ .
Dorian Ellis. city........
| Nannie Dickinson. city
. M. Daughtrey. city.
SAlma Fennell. city.......
SJessle Evans. city....
A. Oroff. Newlwrry....
SJlia Carter, city. ..
A. Strickland. Waldo..
I tringfellow. liHathorn
I Ware. High Spring....
l Minnie Shaw l. Alachua .
iRtelle IHeal. city. .........
I Mabel Sanchez. city.
SK. Carlton. Mlcanloi,
Nell DaCohta. cit .....
pAlma Sullivi#. city ....
S10mmna udson. city.....
l Izzie Sh.ep)ard. It.1ll
i Annie i;-w ili.-
5 Annie Ellis. ity ....
O Julia .Mcl)onald. cit ..
Eth,l Jolly. 'W ahld, .......
A. V .irg.ew. .
L. Sand r'-. Hi: 1)ti ,i11i
) M. P'rniandez. cite .
Florrie' Strin klinml
p Ruby Aliighlit


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wLig i6 the'i n re-stult lof %)t'- i4)
polli-l 111e'a,. tinritg ong teallot

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RECEPTION AND EX-

MIIT ATUNIVEIMMY

f(',ni~ *1 row Plage' One


T l. 1 (1, k .i r A~t- -ho" ii In

r fat ii i ehI t .ii a mpviisjt.' i.1 hulk
.010l tlho 'A. rk of a m ilf .t hulk -'Pie irattir
I l13 %. 3. Thul. Liras- 4(11111.' it -4
Si.' 4 i a :n a e i. (if farm sie.-ds

f. ra tnit, 1l am of in ik

a 1im*m-Iwr.irn Ip.ti be~fort- tho dio, ir.
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100 Per Dent m-1 1 IIt th4-vth wh"ch
: .I,,- t.ak' iin air: t!i. rm ,t-tipi, aind
irPUR E i ,i-. iil Iaiits tk i
PO RE. '.tl,.r. f\14.l'riiztt lit ini diffn-in. ()S-
Ilino- lanid trail.ir;at ion. Tlurrn' ;as
a compile' t, exhllit illustraiiig tphi)sl
)h .iAl ,it.- '. of citrus tle s., in-
('Im ig frnm'hing. I mwlm<0 ,. y0''ow
l,,>)ttliln .iind dieliack It was also
I -!.(,n tli;t( in cases whb'rv. co(|l r sul-
A Wo bt f Win ihat< had tInm inserted under the
Slark. Rith the idea of curing dieback.
Ie SuffaIt that the rntemedy A a worse than the
dl<-ease. and the tr-ee was seriously in-
Jurcd.
The librarian of the station display-
ed books on agriculture. pamphlets
and publications of the United States
Department of Agriculture, and agrl-
SIUAWII IE cultural I..rildical.
The director of the itatton. Prof.
P. H. Rolfls. showed enlarged photo-
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. ,grphs of sllage. forage, and bay
_crops and labor-saving implements
Divine Services Will Ie Hold at All used on the. station farm. with tables
Places of Worship. of crops. rotations, etc. Typical ears
Services will be observed at the on uathlu tur atridm .re also
\ariomu. chur(.lh.. of the lity t(ni"av arA I' .l.d
follows: I In the horticultural labororatory, be-
sides a series showing the lif-history
First Prhvb(tcrltan Church. Rev. T.
First Prestian Church Rev. T. of the pineapple, a course of experl-
P. Hayv-1::3o a. ni.. miornltiK service. I
P. ay- : 3. aoue o. n.. tnas r.s.r le ments with simple apparatus wa set
auhjtct. Outa-osue of Pa.soler." Tie
Up-. to demonstrate h,)w green plant-
l)%rd'a supper administered. Offering t In th
.. ... form starch in their leaver In the


fo~r Assot-nibi) '-, I Ilian-- NlI i--io't.31 .~It..Ku..
94 1 Msat Ilhl w lc le-.i ii topic. "Th.-
ii a-cll a all Of oU I 1AII4)."3 Noti-',e .
.ic4rrvLco on accounilt 4)f unism % %ecct~r m#
v.T rl'r ice' i' Mtia oi-lit citinrc 91 '
1'-e'r i(, Il t i et li 113 41S3 Il, to t
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F'irlt.t %et licIhm .t Church. Ito-%. F. It.

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lahit.
The ipant piathologibt. Prof. H. S
Fa'tivertt h.hoiue-d P-licet; of motldy bres
half of each or f %hic had been to'eated
uith a fungl('idi'. such as ltord.aux
flixturce. jMptaa-slum sulpihide. or %ul-
thihr. amId the othwr half untreate .1
'rh, :t-* r1;t fa- i:i.. h:- I te 1,',4
cit (ifLihje-', itle v' atqr. uu( fromtai the air
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iw -c.ti killing. 9)off"4 ale' 3"iv((t?
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PILEb CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I' % I 1 EII\'M F N:F !-Kijaraitt-t-d tell
.i rt. all 4f I lI It, Ii33*g I11i1.11

14d da. or moicy refunded (V


ay it Over and Over Again
)Iicd~L&. .i~J,&l hcs. t ikcdj"-4C.
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sw asod '.mmo a mdw a obuh
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HIGH-GRADE IEGETAULE

It lays the farmer to plant only the bet.' Wea
question not of "how cheap," but of "bow li i '

o w hv bft If h Fm a d-
We a now bookimng rce..o or ai n m-d thw *llamm M
will be glad to ad ya prioa em qall .-

W.. SEEl EMP CH



JA(KSONIVllIE 5IROHKAU GI
(INOORFORATKED)- "-


STOCKS, BOND CRAIN,

Rooms 11.15 Bsldwin iildieg, Juakwkvle, FI .

We buy and ell Ical Securities of All Kindk.
ence invited.


STHER 8. JORDANI W. W. .HASMRW


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER BIOCK


@AMVUSVILLUA ftAUA


Fire, Life and Accident 10414"""6






PRUDENT MEN.


hoU141 l e considtont
wd4lw Prudelnt in ev-
u1ilg. Your pr-u
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iii tryjisig to koep bt

ti', Ibut by lmvin*i
'J "' ;Iui~trt?41 ill time so t"aO
If it dixwmi take fire you
valla clai im(lenlity for
your loonsfrom a good,
0-tv -o id l Nitio Ct IOfm-
,L ,c~tSee its sttout a
Ix)li('Y H. without delay.


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ZIw of IfM ePreparation hba
anl 3 -wI O- f the laited
)a I-No kk countries.
owes of conghs
610 -Vft Owt this tWde
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o sohbld MeetlaF.

1I hreb gives Oat the an
mi of r the stoaholdwes of
M6Imaw amains Company will
at the general odce of the
at Msamsopy, ia. on the
tho ga Tuesday In January.
a m. J. D. WATKINS.
Cashier

silMto Rmemdy for La Grippe.
sakitnI s ripped coughs that ms>
,^-hi l to pneumo ia over night
Silekly cared by "Fuley' longey
Tar. The a4re and Iallamud lunUig
-heald ad astreunthenl, and a
emailtloa Is quickly avert-
Take oaly Foley's loue sand Tar
Slw package. J W MeCol-

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*N MET IT

FPrlMte Of Nefghbe in Oalaevill
Will Shw Ye Hew.
Get at th root of the trouble.
R1ubbif I aching back may relieve
It
is It won't cure It.
Me at reach the root of it-the
DOas' KIdney Pills to rtght at It;
Each the Prias'; relleve the pain
They cure. too, so (;tinentvllii Ie o
Mrs. Jobs Smith. li*lng at .30, :.
MaIgnolla street. G;alne~vll!e. Fi .
sys: "I Ihad been Puffe*ring from a
weck back and sever' Ipains In nwt
sidee for a long time. I could IntI
stoop without explerimldaIg ihari,
Ialm thr mrh my boay, and aflt.r
sto*plng found it very dEcult to rt-
gain an erect position. I e sum)ject
to headaches and at dwg was ry)
serious. Wbhn I saw Doan's Kidney-
Pills so highly recomnwaded for theet
troubles. I procured a hox at J. S.
Bodiford & Co's.. and began their nue.
I had been taking them but a short
time before I felt much better. I con-
tiBed their use, the pains lost their
sverenes, and I galned It strength.
I camiMr Doa's Kidney Pills an ex-
eslot remedy and am pleased to
m mendA them."
PW sale by all dealer. Price 50
ait. Moster-MIlbura Co.. Buffalo,
Iw Tert. mloe asets for the ilUited
b-Mer tOhe mam-Doaa's-and

SaiHTAU Mm?
Tt |E

iom~~r ot


0. 1 M 0.
Mi RliehId.m, a trained nurse of
JMft rlle, ha aee I om social duty
at the anitaulu durial the past

The emoditio of Mrs. W. B. Wheel-
sr reM i les e ertous, sad Ittile
hMop Is eatertaled of her ultimate
flea*ery.
Mls Underwood of High Springs
has JolMed t he 8altarlum training
aeleoi for amrau for a thorough
mnera In the art of nursing.
W. L. lhdwia of oPrt Pierce, a
forr reident of Galaesvllle. and
wdellU-aa to msay of our people, is
oew a patient at the Sanatarum. hav-
ing arrived lt week.
The work at the Sanitarium has
kept all the employees quite busy for
aa time past. For several weeks
the average number of patients has
at been es thn or 10 each day.
H. C. MeCully, manager for the
lars tarm of Striagfellow & Col.
dogh, who was admitted In a very
1l ootditou, was sufciently recover-
ed to lWave the Saltarium Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Naftagar. wife of the
well-known lauadryman, who was
quite Ill and underwent a serious oper-
aton, was so tar Improved as to en-
able her to return to her home Sat-
urday.
The many friends of Mrs. M. E
TIdd. the well-known nurse. will be
glad to know that her condition. fol
lowing an operation for appendicitis.
is quite satlacetory. Mrs. Tidd has
suffered with this complaint for be.-*
eral moths, and recently had a h.-
rouas attack of it. her condition be-
coming so grave that an Immedi.ate
operation was decided upon. This
was performed last Wedne day i-h
Ir. Hodges. assisted by I)rs. l-l'..,
and ColMo. The operation was suc-
cesful. and the attending physicians
think the patient will be enabled to
resume her work In a short time.


stomach Trouble Cured.
If you have any trouble with your
stomach you should take Chainl'r-
I*i4 t stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr.
J. P. Kiote of dlina. Mo.. says: "I
hasp used a great ti;any different
nidlicitans for stomach trouble, but
find Chaumnirlain's Stomach and I.tl\r
Tablets moure t -Utnicial than an)y other r
reuie-dl 1 res-r used For isale by
all druggllts.

A Real Romance.
Iunw lmeill 1 t ll t an ;ir,. r'-t.m,. !!
life like lth,.I i l tht- l,r I k- A
At inthl, iii Ii i.' 'e I r I.. .
carl -Luie -r l..t ini th, % i- i 'r i,.
dit u- %vrrdt 4 :. Ila v ..01 % .1 41,
dcal I ihatr l It I i ..- .. i
had not tI !l Ir i I :. l ,r '
I:ii for f ; \ '. 1,


There is no case. o1n -c.,rd ,f .i
(couguh icll or la Kriplpe" de-ve-lo| llato1 I'l# uil. i.t.lV al r F-' **. IHfaIl',
and Tar has bLeeil takIlen al It c iur-
the Uo1t)ot obtt, llih llt d( e .tl < ia !.
Ulnd (toll 5 'h ltakiL- ii)thiliag > I-
J W iMcC'ollui, & ('u

The 3un omce for calling cards


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SW uTIT AN

COUNTY CONDNSED


Prank anml Pet, White'. ton vrvuni
menn of ('tdar Kev. are in the
visiting Jo~le lhirlre.
0 II Smith. an ente'rlprIlAirg lp'intfer
rof the lh'-l .*ctilon. wa- trann' acti g
husniest' In the, city eto rdmy..
Ma-ter (;lav Jolly of ()r;aune' l1.'l,t-.
who has hbe'n l illting in the dlt\ fIor
'he' In-t wee-k. will r. Itirn to hidi. hou,t
today.
Tr id Mmr V' I' ('riw ;and
daugihtert- and Mr. and .Mrs J. S
C('nrwn. Sr of Rocky lPcint are In Ithe
S Ite il', t i t. of M r. :iiil M i.- .1 .

s.-;se"4 lh'.-l' and Kid tv W .\its re
turned to their hnome, at i:,nvtl',rri ,.e'
terday. after a pleasant vlit to their
sister. Mrs. R i. 'rton of RHo'ky
Point.
Miss Gladys George. the efficient as-
Pilstant of the Dutton school, returned
to that place yesterday after having
spent the past week visiting In
this it'.
Note the change in the adcertiste-
meet of Mrs. R. Wilson, which ap-
pears elsewhere in today's paper.
8be Is making a special sale of muslln
underwear.
J. W. Alsop left yesterday for Mica-
nopy. where he was called to em-
balm a body and prepare It for ship-
ment. The name of the party could
not be learned.


Contractor W. A. McNally has Just
completed the sidewalk for Miss
Tebeau on West Main street, south.
which will add very much to the prop-
erty as well as the great convenience
of the many pedestrians that pas
that way.
Mrs. M. E. Jolly of Orange Helghts
arrived in the city yesterday on a
short visit to her daughter. Mrs. W.
A. McNally. Mrs. Jolly was accomma-
lned by her son. Troy. They wfll re'
turn to their home today.
A. Warren Leet of Dunkirk. N. Y..
arrived In the city yesterday and will
spertwn :or time v-lIttw t!h. fimlily
of Capt. L. E. Itarker. This young
man visited the city about three years
since and has a large tnulmer of
friends who will again be gl:d to me. :
himn.
Mrs. A. ('olenman. who will have
charge of the new overflow room in
the I'niver.it-ty P(i(h School, has arriv-
ed in theI cltf ;if al is sto!pllng with
Mrs C. E. ID!.and. She will hayve
charge of the large' o c'rflow from the'
third, fourth and fifth grades of the"
cho I
Parties having job printing done at
The Sun omce are entitled to one
vote in the Bush & Safford Piano C: n-
test for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget this hen in need
of printed stationery. RIead the ad
vertisement giving rpa ticulars. re
garding the contest and ,,te. for the'
lady of your choice.
G. W l','ndarit. aho h.i- l-.-.i ',i'k
for the pa:,t few w v -k- tfrom Iiarzalysl.s. ha.- iiTiii itil.% r,.- o >, r, n i
to ellat 'l' hint to re um1v1l-' nil- inl -- II
has re-laigned ftro i tle W\~e'-terti I'ni
ion and expects to tlIIKan' iii fh. t.
barco hbupllle,'- hi-re wilithi I .-l Ai It
whleh' liHe will c n: tlrtlst-class ex
clusive lobacco buaiine s.c

Scientific Spanking
Consists in punishment only when
a child is actually bad. Some moth
era think that all crying is badness--
it's not. When your baby cries. look
for plis or some external cause; if
\ou can'tt find them give the baby
Whlits Cream V'ermiituge'. as the
Ij c:ainc'e- are' it in suffering from worrms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the tinic. Pleasant to take .ure III
IIH action Price 25 'c'nts. Sold hb
iW M J,'hnsou.

An Evwyday ai a
*'lT t lul I certainly a nifty dress
er. llr Ih:', n milt ,f ,lh'thc- f,.r vevry
d ay Ini '!I' **~1. "
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WEDDING AT HIGH SPRINGIL

Miss Mabel Rogers and Mr. B. B. Mc-
Kinney Join Fortunes.
HIGH SPRINGS. Fla., Jan 2.-A
Ibautiful home wedding occurred In
Highi Springs on IDecember 30 at 1:3(1.
when Miss Mabel Rodners, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers. be
came the Lride of Mr. II. I. McKin-
ney of Graham. Rev. 8. 1I. Rogers
of Galnesville performed the ceremony
In a beautiful and impressive man-
n.-r. Miss Maude Thomas played
Mendelssolhn's Wedding March and
during the c.,remntce.: rendered
"Hearts and Flor rs" In soft and
lovely strains. The only attendants
were Miss Scarhbor of White Sprtugs
and Mr Charlie McKinney or Waldo
After the ceremony lovely r fresh-
ments were served. The det ration
were beautiful, the home being tran-
formed into a scene frum fair)land
with palmetto, evergreens, holly and
potted' l !0ilnt<. The oit' of* 'wnl rIest-
were Mrs. Holttein of Gainesi ille. and
Mrs. I)lnkin:s of Hainltion. M i,-s <-ar
'ioro ol White Springs, and %Mr .M<.-
Kinney of \Walo.
T;n I ride has not lNweIi a re.,idlent
of this town very loKg, but in thi-
-hort time' h;as 'en!ld'.ar-ld heir-* tI to all
who know h.'r. a; I Il:ny h.:trt .'t
wishes for her fulurt, h aliinies ill
x' a uith .r fro in h r ,l,.,r -l ith
.Siringsi fri-'l<. The groto'in a
voung nman of fine character, hishKh!
e'st.eeme' d by all who know hint.
The p're'sents wer f nltin, roi- aiid
II;nd1t-doni'.
The hbride and e grotin left inim-
diat(-ly for (;ainll.e\ ille. he-r.e th,
S ill reiiiain for a f-' dait.\ ; I,. ; I'. i
ce.'tllng ti tohi, lir futirit hiorine

If you have loFt or found anything.
io inot fail to ke'p )your e C). on th.'
.l;i i Lh d a4>Iv4t'l .-ljl g <1 lun1111 .

NOTICE-SHERIFF'S SALE.

.\ ti i ,' lie-relI, ngl 11 h.ait iil-v
itil l>) \ irle'. of a i r -er i i t < ii o
1-,11.'l eul of th ('ilkv lit ('O1:lt a
\lac li:: oillit\ o. 'lirilda uipo, a ct r
I IIII fore.in i.dgiinie;t thi r-i re-cord
'd In favor ,of Frank IE ill iltle k anid ui i t ItIo iinde r lth.- iri nliianie- l and stl. of
Frank E: IIto k Coi .;in ,l;tiiitiff.-
and agaKini'-t I T Ari.now hdefcidant
their under r-.ig i-d ihe.riff ,of Alachiia
co0tl I hal 1 I' ,ol. 11nd .ll ] !
a.t pi lhi icoutia'r I.n-fore thl.' c ,irt
hiou.-- dtoor at (ailihville'. Florlidtl on
leadali the' 1-t ,.i\ oi f F. hr.iar A
i I IHt# i h i I k-l. the l h ui I


rl d l.11'- ili.ili.. ll A cl.ichuiia.l 1 .n
I l\ i nI :t liv I
1.,t 1 l of l.il i Aildition t o air,-
,l'! IiI III. S.u, I, half oef S.< *'- 2
I, is 1, ", I
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S AIl-, llhe- V lth hall oif lt. hAl
i i. IIo i tttl it l th -.t-t I ii, I r lof
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%rl' ': % lubla l Irr --if:-#ri
V 4611 cr tk VtI-. AdeIrva rb AIrei
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WORTH CROWING OVER.
We dociiit hit I' um'tt i C .'nee al our
homte'At pr.de- i:. .:i., EL_..-. I 1te'r ad
Chet-.--. !);tr% -rr prcuurts
have' a larve c-rceru : utr-ul at-

It-( t the- -tpleie ilI L, 'a A.k ot(i Canned
Goods, Tcai-'. f'Afoc-. Sp. SiCes,
I irieod i .f l'i-. 1> Nor Jo we
u' 1, w 'hi h add

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SAUNDERS &EARLE'S


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Olistribut'u. vat*$ is udesiggd bf t. rWWSt os


THE DUTTON BANK
tiAINE-VLI.Fi. i A.

capital, F Paid, 75,000.00
W. It. TIH ~AM Pl.pilrnt W. ('IIA' I- i,,.pm
F. 1*. 11'1:11. (t ie,.r ., K. 10l 011 ,, \' is..l;: .

COaODESED FM a EPORT FOR TIE STATE COMPTROLLER
s ber 31st. 1901:


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OCT GBSORSIAS SBIRTHDAY.


n-e b m, 4u#e d ct h .cis' 't M vv lo, i ti
qre-i at 4 sin"%Cif. 1 4 lti
"maii UIbI ter'
e~f ~ttel'3 i 1 Mai blut r e eet~to lit te
M~tor and I'uhisaebetf tette ettiete I llti.- 'I 'tc.I
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tup t rr ut CmlO~t*ldne RNoor'

OrplB I t ",1 m48.ocxK
IM teMrer. R. Tarrnowr1i *te
al tLV ~r. pablihhe'l er-ry maw inse g-
.dav (. d.hired hby Larret in the city. or
teoay part of the I altri.t atrt(c- pontag.
tr *0 ye a r e ? a l i m*,nt.%$ 51 3 threr
0 scents for 6i-e wr.ek- -tricty in

1 U ,t' e" t VI n ,' 11 CIIl fuln I bI n f a linte
t1rlt. -i.an" t I'* s! *" 1 "tic' .i.! i)t ,nn
I or dtplay a'dert'-1,-: mae kn"wnon on

Tcr a Wt-k 'min *an eriht ; ager f.rt
Paper. r 1 >ll. he.l \evrry M>istt y andl
y a.d c1 ntains all the new of thr
S:l. 1 state and rernto l. and illt be
i tarefree, to any part r-f the nit'ed
nrCanadli. for a, ~o ye*r--in *1.A,, r..
iertisinl bills become due after first
of advertisement. untmleotherwiar
s contract rarties ant known to ai
Required to pay for advrrtiirtn in ad-
AUl~r, THE DAILY S'N*.
GAMlIKsILLS, P.A.J

It Southern States are rapidly
from John Itarlecorn.

&I everybody btnd \erv energy to
e the Interesta of Gainel. lle
the coming year.

"at. benceCforth. you will read and
ads. Is good enough a New
resolution for you.

Stoday's "little stores" are not ag-
ely advertised they will still
S"llUe stores" a year from now-
sey survive until then.

Te Atlanta Constitution thinks the
tion law should tw strengthen-
or amended, one or the other. The
r problem certainly ought to
scored.

Al the teachers who visited Gaines-
during the past week were loud
leir praise of the city and the cour-
extended them during their
here.

b a few weeks now the question
the election of city officers will
agitate the minds of the leo,.lel
Sainestville. lMayor lkivis, at least.
Iid I re *lh.cted a without oplxlMsi


A few i,,rsirt tcolitiilIl 1toa 'id III
l100-ote' roilo|nll for ('atldidcatl,.- iIn
plano co ntest for w hoin t hi- I ir-
*r coulmin has already ht,,e ti oiint
For the tentietlh time we .say.
coujion is onl ..ixl for the .-.atnl ,
te tau nt olne tlie. an:d It.n t i.- 1l.. -
fi na e tlr. ar l.. .* -

A eminicnt iuthorit% puts the no t
hgine of the th rifty Fir tih iel,-oplet at
if t $1 .*IHMIt.*I *t a \) >ar, of whliili
l .0,i .ItC*, i I'paid( in by r foreiKlgti i .
ts.e oidlidgationii- t11he hold Thei hal
aWg is deri\ ed fiiin hon-' itie'-
ts If the. Fr. tich k. ep- on ;at thi.-
fit and di a iI|HlI out i'let rt aur 4
M the rate. f o $l.;,,ooe e le lll.l a \ .tr,. t
k 'd >'ee i It oit ;Ite lllil,! l('1 -l,,tl ol
Aldh.uetic bhit i t(h oetnl tl\ ill htle\i
ll the oionet. in the w ,rll

* onder a lnew rule a.dop~iteild l tl
leietrlty of C'haib o w 'A in *I
S not allowe.l to li\ie at I1h ra:ll
ar dling-hour,.. where rimal'e itledl :t
I bouhead. It is tne. ('Ustorii of ihe uiii I
mtty to '*asilgn" studelut to imtii
Me boardiingplacets. and as lInidlordci
WD thuH Msnotewhat cl. peuad ii ui 1"
hi iatitutiogl the fuult. hope '. I, I.
Shi) to IaftWre' the n*ew rl<, 't r Ihti
Ilulei The landklrd- are to le. ii
ctl.t.d tu provide rete'|iltti> ii, 1',-
Sthe eounig wolie'lirn llt*' t hi. ili
I elc' (alli at "'tital l e hoiir '


W Uii ciA e ill I i I I
~ ttl Ittle c ~ei i II

r I11 t feet th iI' e III fIiV 1I4 1

lh. r ,111"I'ili u?.lp. I. t'-1,lliti.

CttI. JI.Ij 't4j1 Ijltic'.i t A'* f
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t l. o tI e fit 'I'1 ea ti ~ it ,iAtI .


G11 4 L f la i f% i %111 1-1 it-ic
f er Sitate %II i l'''f twi l


Ion whatI i now t1eh' I:r rt f 1emmNii
w .ahII e 1rIt of t1;i. 11-1 I 1, 1. I|. I.
w i .I **leid i -.itie l fir t ti .. I fi1
ti'-h aP l ii-- teen Ie iii, 'l\ .nii cinl
.I t .I i 1 i lc .1 I I 111v te ll 1
*li in tI. l ith '" is er~iri.cca i St.e**'.
1in t 1 I-i 1t.11 tie I ir I l I i
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t-i : t c I h, e i e l I It v i t l l '-

it : I e 1 e t I Ih I I f i l e .

lti Ia 1.n I i h i ii t i it .cale r
5 hit I 1 it l* ili.ie lii- i ; .i hi ; ;. ; 'i nii
i ler.-. '-he fe It t ,,- t,,'e i, u tl t1| l I, tc'<'
I lioe ;iii i ," Iie h (, e-it r;l zlcu ,'! ,,,,.'lji
ineill wo.ld gt i\"
Sine"' tian t nilpoirtalit d., (; ior:ia
t.., knowt n ii inii t r.lobli ui -ut h inani
more' pr(o'-pe-roul,' tilic.s. tGo- rgia was
the fifth ltate to m-t ede atl join the
('inf.'derae%' I)uiriing the four year'-
oif civill war she contributed 120I.HMi
troI(ps. 2.n..4.o more than the voting
popullation she had at the outbreak
of the war. She possibly suffered
more than an) of the Southern States.
but out of the ashes that marked the
wide area over which Sherman pass-
,d G(eorgia rose again, phoenix-like, to
startle the world of today with her
prolwrit y.

Recent resurveys of certain lota
have cauwd sone people no end of
trouble as to the boundaries of their
property. This is particularly the
ca'e on iloundary street. where prop-
erty owners have been ordered to
move their fence-t south mlloe .'c\ e
or eight feet from where' they have
ween ;tandilng for twiitiiy or thirty
wear-. The-ir deeis raill for a certain
numhtr of feet. and it is all injustice
to the!'e IHople t)o conl-l h1 hetli to imove e
their fenest unlel's, the' pirolsl. t own-
r- on the1 soitllh iiid'e ot lthe block are,
(v.ompti-le'd to also nmove an equal dist-
ance' further (t.ti. -eo that each proe-
ert\ o()wnc r aii;y lhave- wha;t the o(riKil
nal plat of thei hbwks calls for. The-
cutiinil 4honuld take a(ctio n thit.- ni
t,'r anl haite. the, otihe r stree.,t r'estur-
\,.\'d withlout further delay.

IkDe>tite. tilIe' ia-t that the' conl'titu-
,i,:n of F'hloridn I.ti..late-. a aitt n-t liot
Ierie.- of et' 'er '-ort or dte.s-rilptilon. )(t.
li motherr -othion. it pro \i(des that the
i'-f jil-tli e of thile suiiprl, -eiI' ('lrt
ih '! hr. c h, e- .; fr :i si; *t .' *: hi (,l
Is. ,;ie. h I lot This e, il li i'e !i dit-
i d i. iandi honor Ie -tow ine i; -r I *It tll e t1 ,ke lilac-e next Tule's.l;a at
Slth S.lite-. apiitol. and it w1il d, pencil
il a li chaICt('e a lt het.r ithe higheli' of
tic t of the hi liiest jI ldil cial itirt li
i.'ltiillit h tall t;ill to1 tVhe I t I ll fit
i *I oi fulfill I l e dlutie,'s of the ih -i-
te.on1 A6l.o. wti lihetr the 'chlict awIll
tiLll uipl aI jii, d '- ho % ill hear the
'itIl- oe e liief jte te ,- .er two. fout or
.ir-.. it le o li4ic, Ito) iL.e illit re
tmi la nlag t('tfore Ici- terlni of olice .shall
e\l'i l TII n '. I 1 1

'l'h re' i' .ert.ainlt noi ki k 'euinaiig
i i.:iist the (,a;tliie-\ ilhe tire laddies-.
T'htir work at thc tire e-.i erd.l> nlornil
IIIK dei.eoneitr|att.l tl'-ir alillt.. to cope.
'.fih the Itijie"c ticlh r Iclet tr iK lg Cir
e'innl'tiii>ee- alnd ('hi, f ) \eNill hal.t ji~ft
.ii.-" t te lprou d of hhis force.

TI hee Soiithln i ,io: le wiill noit imournl
e\,t I F-'ortker .. d-le..it ini Ohio

I.I t" I tt (' ,
-'rahk .1 t'hri'ev lnake^ otih tha|t
I.- I ilet'or ieartlier of the' fi in of
I' I ('li liet A (" e |4th liI bus-il,.n.s ill
'i,. t'('it of Tole'do C('iuntly tland Sillate
Ger's il iii'! it Iat 1 s.iid Trii ii il p t


I. l S 'f r e ,c i attl %-)* i r a c14 of c.-i
It I h that ,a:.neet I l 'ir' d t> e I -e
F'i( i\K J ti't'iKeMl.l


S >l l le to l. I < l i t -I lb l ltA<
S 1. I, ||. \ l.| l (In.' ( Es lt .. I 1( 1U
S. 111>, I r l 1] *io
A \' ;lI.Ai.-SO\
l l1e N,,LeI.e I',talce


a1; .11 '. 1i ll t I t l -Il.- I


I t all druggis:t-' ,
I .ke Iall1 s i) iil ) '111 i ltk r (ciirslt

The unuu omce fur calling cards


A NIW WAY


i "'..'m T


TO mMOVa STUMPS,

FO.t % o lmtI Otvlitweh


4 o' 4 4lliie'Ai e rIi l-IcI I oilt h Fi4l it r
-eIii lol'III, It Ilk Ia a01i'l ort h rf'.11i
11 ~ :111e1 he 11tvia. f or 1it touu44- altta04
';ut e 1111: 11%i1cclipli he is r cto hard acirk
e'eti a kle oft iotlic tat foeit.


.\% ,ordii t( reto ,llt(dispal( rhCe nt iln
*\1- ? i\-ea ndvi %ire nothmld of gettliig
'":' t 1nn 4 4*f 14 follo)k : "\Ith a
It w 1iet i li tigi, r Imrr' 't hole ilitt th,
t nlll ; .0l,,iut t '..A I ',t I'niur it -tv' thief
I. n. I I I 1 a 1ta litalll. e of e',|.1c!
;. ,I,11 tef i'ti1 n am il -nlli tI' ric ;1 'itit.
I *i.* IiII t ) 1i tic hth I ith o 111i.li
I I1," 'I t i nl I' 1I p. ratitne I t liir t
Si I1 e I t* c11 141 11) t: l i Ir -t* L t 4 111S
., .t r ir< I I t| i \ ll. -' roe. t. :itel
til ;l t'il lie:'\ tee 're; | ad s it ftc tlli 'tr
with t Ih, ale' lhr. Moore and llrul
I -t litltin.n leth tatl,* that tIhes-. achid
vill ..At acod if conihned. that til he,
i 11 *41 e e'- :iend t iliartluilti l dian er
,l"' to hal: lh' it .tlne i Use' d a i lt to
i-eft ant on the p ers-ton. :as the' wiIll
ltirin Ithe f eshl It aily he worth the
tr es.,pe.iallv for those who ha'\e not
,irtfiftiiii naiterlial for burning out
their st Ulimpage
It certainly is worth giving a trial.
and nowhere should It prove a greater
godt.end than in Florida with its bun
dreds of thousands of acres of cleared
pine lands. There is no telling how
enormous might be the saving In hoth
time and money should this simple
method of overcoming one of the
greatest difficulties in opening up new
felds for cultivation prove a success.
- Pensacola Journal.

While on the A. C. I. dock yester-
dar. Prank L. Shape, a tourist from
Delaware. 0.. found a pocketbook con-
taiinng $31H). Soon afterwards he saw
a lady ahd others looking carefully
,ovr the' dock for the lost pocketbook.
St'leoing up to the lady. Mr. Shape
asked her how much money was In
thi,, uockethlook she had lost. She re-
plied. "Three hundred dollars." Mr.
Shape then told her that he had found
it. and at once delivered the pocket-
book Intact to the owner. Did she
hand Mr. 8halw a "twenty"? No. lu-
dee4d' she didn't; not that. but she
handed him a lemon. She did not
et'en thank him for finding it. but
trrnled away and got out of sight as
soon as she could, leaving Mr. Shalp
a much suriprit.d young man. to pon-
der on "What might have been."-8t.
P4 *,..~l-uri lind*elleild.t.

TIO CRE ANY DISIA0 I.

lw Ca**a M be emvem d,4 sam
Way rt IhDeikmiulf.
m'll the '- rm that causes dandruff
't .ir;n h.ir :ir l baldliir a. yr u will h.ive
m, r.- l nnlruff. and your hair m is
w : ixuriia:! y. Newbro.a Harplc '1
.. ( ,:y c();.t.;inl the dandruff Irrm.
t. 't0 r. i:..t.t a l., :tlo r.i tet deliKg .-
:1; !. ir ldr-- 4ing for recu'..r toilet .
S o,,'h,'r l,:ir prepr riatl n is on ( bl

;* :* ,* ; I lrrt'i n k, i r th
...1. w.t. pure aul who!esotnme. Re-
.r-...-r tlh;t i. :m .. : .. e workof
SuIr. ller!, ile. Sld by l...tdn
Ir ..g.s.-t. At ], 1,-'. In atimps for amn-
L.,. M, T:.e Ilerilp'nie Co, DeLrolt. Mich
Two siae--6, cents and 61..
J. a. Bodl:ord & Co. Special t.




Sour Stomach
"I usd c('ureM usd tf*l Ilko a -n I. I
rem. uerer.r thm da*pep*ie anid *our fIamla
for II Sail tc )enp ts I a e tb-a Itak tllll
for *rrt (Ifl I d .' r ...11. i -..*rsTat
*II fIr r..LI5s tba* i,* lt) i. 1 t I r i nd is***llIIO
or e*yeh sale c e t tlir la.s gapue se
l wt~r). Es r C .... i, .. ... .









Pl14sant P ,.lt,.f P, 't Ti.tB .et )L 'r r i bele. IW'&kw' rIC. l r Ige l, t t e
(** *'t ii -T T,* *I'^t ***r i4 O
Ceaeabe. l..1iu reu 1 'tf A C~ .'


I siflang Emedy C2.. Chica:o or N.Y. us
ANNUALO SUE TENUL MRS l O


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Staple and Fancy Croofl

0 raUn, Gaaq Seed aqd VetGmsi

"Hlgh=mmePuhs em paidfrOtw bms"M uggsow emi q

As 00019" am*9 ss a". Cars .t004f MWn. 4
se N edi s11. We Mot -so ofW a
9 aw" r1ws gmm *s


Tampa & Jacksonville Ri

VIrECtVz DUO. 3, 3I.


Leave Gaineville for Micanop, Fairfield am 4
cal points South ...........*..... .....*
Returning, arrive Gaineville .................
Leave Gaineaville for Sampson City, PatM,
ILke City, Valdoeta, and all points Nertb
Returning, arrive Gainesville.... ............


A. L 61us, UO. St


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ATLANTIC COAST


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forth, ISeth, Eatd I Wad


Consult the "Purple Folder"


F '* i1 fifru itroii. rittr4 Aeedule 1ad n
FL" .i i_ ,, r*M ti,,I, atf lt h

i', ,'t.i 1-, V, vaimr liv.'tr.it Ticket Aisnt,
write' to or all on


A. FRITOT, FRANK C. BOYLSTMO,
Div. Pass. Agent, Trav. Pm. LAPt
Atlantic Coast Line, Jackelvillk, Fil0ddL
....0__ .__--- 0-- 90060699994


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RAILROAD


=: m--


DoNotNeet aCold.

system len able to withWnWd Seach hwhIS a MIag
pv othe way tfor mor IAm agni-
CAN YOUM AFFORD TO TAK SUCH cmMS









nixita PrAJ y! aW EA TxNvVTTi Y,,F'11R1ID %,-f .NI ~" A V :1 i191'm


THE MVER MILE.
Aume.t Oeso" mOd **. Prese Uo
esetising Watr.
Th arc t mreeks already recom-
a-ed thea a of sterillid water.
r- of ~s-aes. Ia the rsat century
e the' a, taught that "ill water
ftM rtra sad poadsa a bad except
that fa i NIl. eWater frotn riv'ers
wehk f ew through unhealthy soil.
Iualat water sad that whihb Sows
Sr pbUlie bathing places Is harmfu.
Te beat water t that which has beu
battled i baked erthenware vessel.
ooed i bested a second time
hytlele prcrptioa was Io-
tended both f bealthy and sick peo
pIl, since It was applied to the armnis:
"Durtg arches and la camps pits
et b d"g mcessively from the
kihSOt polt to t lowest level of the
pl-c TIM holea Fshould be uIl
with crtay h as Is used for making
pastry ad the water should be mlde
to peIorate throh It. Tbe water will
ayte all tamprtlesI toe them pits."
It my lhultre bow the ancient
e bAk wlng the peswes of a ter-
b iW GU' om of water which
they all Ito dat et the mowt Uimpaid
stvwen, ad have drnk without pre-
manlaS the w1ar abhe NUe. which
er edwleap allow as to declare
= baat w&Ih to tn appearance



THE BAUUSL


e mam webhlaof ma nofe o a m

ta Wm- m b toM te, tsmtk of
t ose ap n smles writ ers


u ue as Was a* P"ed set
- smu mmet. A m t th a td
emetilhM woBsLt whtl I tol
o On amm Moise mItes e atm e- a
psp t mesad k wNa as taeo bet a
tIna awn" ops latt hr t eek oe
Ow teatpe a bea1 d itrrwL l the




mmie Otc baw. te e eoKwasm ally
veat clsa aeqsle, bud. withS aW




S wa, peasemed a eomb which was
teaataa am aeI of a Scrcle
S WWt t o ustM usmb eq wthkcb Mch

ila Ia e 2 that the badilisa
lha a wale wkbe "tr ee terr to
= ect Ple IrNOi tf the,. Neaclk'ha
ath B I aof as dlot dothellak
-Tha f hk tobe the mutdat to
the mart a m me, asts a s e wr-
pels." The BroNe classes t with the
Ioe the osrpeat sad te dragy as
e et the moet roddmable restares
Old wrIters-FPty, Base and others
-a that tus bie was mortal Ia every
case, that Its breath was scatllg
ad that as plant weld ,w .a the
IroI a of Its kla. Its dea bod
was ot ena-eadea l a belfries topre-
vas swallows hem bufIn thers.

"very disease almost has Its pecul-
for odor." mid a doctor. **This odor
helps a tre* In dlagn l.
"Goat Imports to the ski a smell
prel sely ike whey. )Diabete, causes
a swet, honey-Ike smell. Jaundice oc-
easelos a se of musk. smallpox
as a very strong and hideous smell.
It Is like burlng b9ne. Measles has
a smell as of fresh plucked feathers.
"The fevers have the Wost distnlu.
tire odors. The odor of typhbus Is
aimn-l*ual; that of ltermittent Its
like fresh brown bread hot from thbe
o'en; that of typbus Is musty. recaP-
lag to the mlin old, damp cellars: that
of ye.lohw fevr Is like the washlagi
of a dirty gum terrel.
"So. you see, to speak of a doctor
arenting our disease Is not to ue a
mere fure of sieceb."
A Suwprials P the Thief.
Hierr la er. a rkh aund tllduentlal
baker. frequently had watchbes piked
fPlm his [rocket. At nirst he had re-
ouew to all ktods of mntety chain:
the ome moruulg he t n D;o prcau
tim whatever nod quul) alliowe'd


hiwself to he robbed. At night, on
rntarIng from I& busluess. beh tuok
up the eveilur palter; he uttered ats
ezclanatio of delight. A watch had
exploded lI a man's hands. The vic-
tIma' hbad were shattered snd the
left eye tktrojod. The crufty bak-
vr had fille the watlch va sewith d)-
iaehlte. which caalfoaded Ilnlthe opera
tlou of wlndinfu --- luodon Telegraph.
A Diekult Took.
Oue t.f lit-h~e ie p uzi.Ies. said a
metULr U! UIt lotallaalcut in ,Lt.,%- 14) M
cede t'L. u l ie t ci orlyar ndli Ii ~. 'f.a! .I
LWt.ltue'a tv lA UieoloucI, h14o. Ioe 1-14
fe" UU aU Ut-11%I i1i: 31141UiatAelliag 1W
1144 lu 61 11. -III, I", I UI ;
diud boud ft a .ttl-N )II A 1I II, 'o I8.
to *uIi a dti .o. 1 a I t .. I % oI t l
first waitierte cAl ut I .til.l~ooel an,..,
tulasuarr % h.g itiI t.,iti j b,


The Other Way
the lubwr 4t 1 L..
nijtt.t" .dd IEly .. .. .b t L a tl
home II) w l tb
"NW *wiltl." If# r ed tle Ousil %IS
cr iw otuimv lontkv sm


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THUr DIIOu o Arrnnn


tL DUOn & arr-unui





PIANO CONTEST



In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valupd at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Saffori Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf Bush & Safford.
I I I I



S3,556000

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



Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued ly The IBuslh A- Safford Piano C(o.,
on a new $4-00) Howard PLiao, eighteen T'ra.llferaable liueu Bill.,, sane to 6et use,,1
as at first or initial lpayn'ment on a new Howard Pliano. These due hills will
given in tli.- voting conte-t a-s follows, to jx'rsoi- residing ini Ala'chua t ( 'ou :
To the frst siz rcem g the nxt to the highest vote, a due il for each for.......$200,Si
To the ccond six receiving the met highest vte, a due ill for each for ...... ...$175.00
To the next six receiviq the next highest vate, a due hi fr each for.... $150.00
T'les lue Iills lmay I i .sedl Iy the winner- ,,r i a< in 1 ,i spot *l,,. of to anlyoI'
for any value they may see tit. alnd will Ie, worth their face vali.e uponi) t'fe p1ur-
chase of one of tlhe.-e icw pialos.
In the event (of a tie for :ay prize offTer a pnriz -inIil;ir ill all respects tlhre-


TI:- E


D..


$1.25-Three mouths' subcription .. .
$2.50-Six- months' subscription ......
$5.00-0se year's subscription .......
For a club cf five one-year suLscriptious
For a club of ten six-moLths' subscription
1 tI i 4 i I 111i l it it I tI I II i l

THE SEMI
$1.00-One year's subscription.......
For a club of five one-year subscriptions
1olici ti I- lIv I il t 'didates or frill

Soliciting votes by candidates or frisen


et Rules and Regulations
I. The contt t is open to anyone living in
Ah,: ha couiiht who his knoul ly the colductilrs
< (t ci.lt t or %oucth d for by o,,meit rput'uial,:'.
l. r-,in. to thin w,'ll kllnownl.
;,,r '. No nelii'l', .fe, attache., or relative, of th, ipr,-
l t.' ll t l ht1 l i t' >\ ia il l '1 i# .' a, ;tr' *hi tl i .-'' t, ,
|artliil;ttt i t ti. ( cuitto t. anid wa ll partwiup.te itn
lit) it ItIWILrI
:: In the' rct t of a nilunderstanidmin K betwe n
t .t il ialU t a. or e thern list rt -te. d inl lti. c' 'itol -t.-
-ti h o it irov % i -r ) 13i.4% I* ro-l -iro-'l to thc' 'oui
,;.,.,t (,, c t .. ", w% ho tloit urc th ,'r- !.
,li- ,,t.. hitl d to r, I.dr d-' .ion?
The 4. In the e lint a candidate d-ecld-s', to %i''i-
*< (t.d draw fromi the r.ac,. e U h (tiindidate ill nii"t I'
Sui. ;il',,i~ to tr e -f, I \,ot, > to the credi t tf anlti r
caiididate In tihe r iuttt.


AI Y" SUTJN
S- li, or- r t i *l j
.............. 100 votb 500 vot -
..... .... .1,000 votes 1,200 voT s
....... ..... .... 3,000 votes 3,500 vot u
(before April 1, 1909)).95,000 votes 30,000 vot i
us (before Ap:ri 1)...25,000 votes 30,000 vo:at
1l0 '* ,f ']lii,- t 'i li ,i',n t, -1 tllt litiy -.,'- 'U ,'

-WEEKLY SUN
. 400 votes
....... ... ...... ... ,000 votes
I,,.r T I f ,.1,|1,- .1," ,t.-t;1lit I I ,1a V M '4 lr, '

ds within the stores
distribution votes is u-dlosire b the pWO"terl


II


Ad Ak f at dk lkAM m. k.ddk ftgo a d 0 Ah ftAm a& ffa obli dk ftmd AftAd dk eamik ftftf


. 0 1


_ __~ _~~


to will te given ea'!ch f trho,- timing


How and Where to G

Votes
The, follow ilng mlrchaunts will gi\v oin.
for evfr) il t ia',l into thtl-ir c,-taiiiii. -h ,: t
goods which thiy handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
lBallot btoeu will l e found in th- -tali
ments of the me rcthait* gintK \i)tets anid at
Sun office. Vot. .iit b. mullm l tij-tlt I, dilr
to th e V tliin (',lite.-t Ihe i;trtli. iit of Tl'ht
Galenam llle. Florida.
1 I







F StVe Originall Iy dleed
weHesa, Net Coldness.
Whvlere ISi '.aln..: i or.!ll'-Xi 0;J I 11A
*W mtat e.vl. '*'it. atm I 1,4, N411
so to13 & 1)54) aNow is i 'I vbI IIhe kip.,.
S1low truar' rsiu', lout i% !:Oro' ,i
Iror orlainall-d Ilrlb.- Hr mla i
96praswe c, .:In: .
IRe wag a great 4r4'1 C
tt' thu' 11w '- nrib .iA n :!r tr 1 ft'
bU ') tuilt it n; n ',t jji
the ttui'tio- C *.&.CA ef1': b~
n U s th e it ord .
t. rol io.-ri~ ." n n I .


g the blrut 1'he"of the %r)a l.?v:n.
Mupa, P.for tii., 'Idea Of Vi 4Aeitn 's$ .41 -A&
Sbted wlib thn11 1.4--u Wu aw' I.?i. 4i1 1 It
bdore the AMi:r.aa f.x:I!y a u. d:.,
If Vro I- t t N't( f il
od 4wad." Let, w tLs, "MUii.:,', 'f rto)
"l. to wa!I e.ut, l.ato 4staeu .r ::;:k-e
1W. Our Aryan *onestiorc u.-sd thit
lvt to apply toe all efondilt-iiI tet
bture. andl many words R INialt's
wntrb hare growita out of it. wet Ilnal
wer beIna among them.
Thbis rot wad' Ls In the xuaLurli as
%n," water. Anglo-lSaxonb has g-wne-
ow," and In Latin we hbae -ud.
mre. from which we get our i1nuu-
Ow Danish and wedishb cousin
4a6sed the "w" into a "Y" and bare
Opebtr.oIn Icn ra dle It b IveUW,"
,ad the old hbgE German bus "win.
," and It Is "winter" In tGermafn.
2%w four words are all from tbe
JtWm c bas. "wata," wbk-b uwans
Wet. bo It has been moisture tha~t has
ass Indicated from the birth of the
"don which all of the dftferwut words
ba domen languages hare grown.-
em work tHerald.

CURIOUS FLORIDA HERB.

Id Plant Wh;ah Feeds Upon Ants
awd Other Inmeta.
Alm,-,M verybloy krniows there- are
wbr thing. as In-4sc4i',rb u% or carniv-
iums plant: but It Is dlesablful It many
kew we have any %uv.h pinta igrow-
be right b here In southern IFlorlda.
31ecst bteleo. If: -- I ;a Is:lat, ocr. rit li-
her Ii. grHwi..~ In~re '.'h-'h ma rt'i11,

It Is likely Ow1t 4 !( 1 ro., f!1111f4 f Its; lx
i n xtreinetIy m1ri:tI It h:as escaped
Sttmitlifl. InfIIcft. It 5OoL4 l i hare
been orerIimp" I by tthe Io:s,&ainms all e.
U wI'o are uiialotio 1ta l;.Al Itccassed
[ te nl ttie a'ili !' ti,' t I .4-4
. rhi, 1.4 an sant1I1a1 Iwrll. ain;d the on
itf-e pla~nt. (lie 1-4 o!,R:\r. s ,
- deen rl i ra'al ('ol'r It r 1v resta
g. a fightooua itmore 11:11t ar'' In. e.-
and L Isnver s-P br..aal. 'The I iA r.ev :.c.
mPtU!: jte lIe wtnein di l*lne'aI and pre-
am wany %inall t*-1 r:i-r;;.i- aud se,-rete~l
their tl;-. at taa.. 1 '1- 4:!,: wI wi-hI I-

OrtN. wuch as nants :1t1.l thet like. ujxvn
vhich It feeds When uny of thetso L4't
JsbigeI In the fluid and 'l's4urb these
bSMtIae the leavtw slowly acquire a
diep cut shape and sometimes "onl
empletely up over ther via-thum. Wla:n
they hare awirlbeAjto1.',- It.L l t h";
ilowir rxw'uer ttcl'r 1) 'iit: i A '.
SSavi'.ar oIi) y tihe ti.'eI e :


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BBRGB~TS!
BARGAINS
In Diarnn-f A Wa tch ., 4 :1td .11w41It
1'urrni:urt-. I .i) t 14'.'.t M'. %c h esL(Ill;ll.
Guns, lt'' Amncm. t mini ioi'. n 'me. Too l's.
Etc. Nl;mic~tI :-!run ,tt Opatical
Goods; Clothitig. Shoen aud Hats;
Trunks. Vahsa.i and Suit Cases. and
thousands' of other such articles. all
Unrede-etnitd I '(jg- :-
UNCLE DIAMOND'S PAWN SHOP,
23 W. Day --- Jacksonville, lea.


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does all it does by vi 'lie
of one thing--we r-ts
power to create power.

As fire turns water to
steam so Scott'. Ejunaion
transforms thin, impure
blood into pure, rich bleHxx.
giving nourishment and
vital energy to every
organ, every tissue and
every muscle.


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"Timae Is Chaned."I
"TYe. ilre' Hill. ties Is changed
since you aI sae was ldoin' our court-
il'." maki Adnir:ini ('loser. with a note
of sadness In his rulie. to old Andy
Clover, who had tteuw oer to *'set a
Ipell."
"When we was doln' our courtta'.
Andy. a Ial thought she was beto'
treated right harnsom It a seller bought
her 10 cents' wuth t' pep'!nlvlts once In
awll:le. an' If tie tuk her to, any doln's
In town she dkin't expect hib to go
down Into hlis jeans to the tune of a
dollar or two for li water an' candy at fo'ty cents a
paound. My son SI tuk him dpcksy-
daddle to the band concert In town
ylmtlday. an' there wasn't a quarter
left of a dollar bill he struck me for
time he Iot home. Beats all the way
young folks throw tlw money away


THE SUBTLE FEMALE.
Now Sfas Whetdlt. aned Bullies t0r
P-., M'in Craltere.


REE TO YOU-MY SISTER %m.eW
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rIght womanbsi Ama u41nulghtnto shuui t 5g
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iseawas wllgteetollwk1j6rwol~ 1L~ueo Pm.Pt 4h
beedlong filorbt and switchb It tow~ani 0119 lr oulb 4-fI the Itou~
the altar.-NL~e Orifens Tlnxpc~njjo der t be tonpwm of an Selkhou t at
fo zew Ti cuk oA mor ma meM n. &g"M ftndk%
blazius: ou of the tropgrs. we ft tbat do pt" 9L Af
In esb caw the bdP y Muff In a Mite
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nowadays. I tell ye times Ij changed
r-.'t!Iy sIne-e' we wias h y,. an' the Cathing a Tartar.
Lawd only known what the end will be Pen .v,. a r..n :..,..'.'': had
with a feller layin' out 7. cents on a :
gal In one day.'-St. Iouls Republle. thought...-*s lI-.,- ,. a. in bil
linit. a'W:atin. h!- t!iti. \\ len hi'- aw
The Inneent Voan. Thing. mmethi ,gv.ai'nig... :. t r.t .' lteek
The manufacturer f a ninv tnl pe- I'veral r(A up lstrt:. it th
Te mana n It was a mnluk. l e: le ion It gt will it1il
ture machIlne was explalulnn to a a wild
,,Up nwlni,tanenN ohe h. ad o- : couple ofr yard. <- tv it Wi a wild-
rup f n'uatintanes how h bad ob- a. W itbhut rt, i to think le ast
talned a verlitl ft pi tures showing an his line taow.ar,l tl- anlt.al ant tbhe
celebratedl umalnnere that bad n t Snt reo'e hi. hsty ti
taken place at a western army poet The book caught in the ats Par,. aun
to the days when Indian warfare was t proumlty turned a I s,'ain ov.ardi
a horrihle r.-ality lvalend of an exhibit th I"I.,-1:1 6 4 e,..ut tIe
on a Broadway stage. eat overtook the bInt and piroeeder d to
"The commander of the poat." he limb rn. Tl l ibernnan knocked thel
said. "had a detucbnment of &Aldler*
mid. "had a detachment of soldiers animal on t d with the had with the padd!e.
anmd another of Idilans reenact the and the mnvcenant ca: d the boat.
a ene for as. dread exactly as I the Then there ata a u rtlt in the w after.
old days. so our matchines could secwu n ther fheerrl: R ,,i, waimler
every detail-the onslaught of the le- anti the t.r e t te ,t,.id hl iielf s
dians, the defense by the white sHo- w ell wth Ie' I!h-. ti,'t list was Isl
diers, their massacre and the de true- towe. Iet a few well p. T rectu i fol
tos of the fort." nloweed it Tt a few wetlldrvtcd btowar
"It may be very loterestlng." mid nhonty Tl the anima. but a. the fibs
the kindly clitlsn. "but I should not n n the animal. [uta- the fsh-
are to see It In even a pit-tare." herman kh't all blis % ihing talkie rud
The meet young thing listened with ha dI t. : '-. t ,f la(r I hlAs
he hbail the -ofit -lf te la n!u. At
,, l ri r I.e ill not er ,--|I n isth fnr


Anu Uldtihey I rally ill the wi t
soldiers for you?" she asked, bre th-
Iem.-New York Press.


Fever Srem.


.ow i rIr.t. sa 11 e ICWer,
'*what iv It makes the water of the ms
)o saity?"
"Salt." aki Peterm.
"Next.' said the teecher. "What Lt
It makes the water of the me e
saltyv?"
*"Te salty quality of these m water.
answered "Next." "t due to the ad-
mixtare of a sufacent quantity a
chloride of ediaum to impart to th
aquesa fluid with wtablb It commiDa-
gles a aalle flavor, which i ready
recolgniedt by the arlans of taste!
"Rilght. Next." said the teacher. "O
up one!"

Partng six weeks every ateam the
400 Inhabitants of lte Auslralia PIr-
eaux Istlands make enough mIay to
ampport themaelres In Idlenes the reat
of the year. They do this by catrclgt
the very fat youag "nuttton MIfa,"
which are hatched there l Is k
hem that the fieck whem they l-
grate extend for alte. They ftua
food and oil. wkhic bis Md for tlae
catbi pfomr r ad aeas r
too for cod tHr o.


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Two Aretie nmemia. Fe' er sors and old chronic surme- m
Slice the Imeginiuingi of time there shouldd not be healed entirely. but
prolmlily has betn earnmly between the should be kept la healthy condition T R
pilar I.-ur anld the walruN. Except for This an he done by applying Chamber-
the. walrus. liruin's reign over the arc- l-in's av. This salve bass ao su-
' t,:'. .l ,, a. !. I ,e i. ..fr t mmnu thb. I- .,rlr lr this purpose. It Is also
'. !* *. -i ** ** (t.e ri. e of titsam muths 11
i0 e1 All it#ti' hr,#! ls o ie -t .' t ftr c hap;, d h:-tndh. sore iulitmula F.urniseim l lrc:nt-,tly andl Al;
hinh:i,' lit ,t... uinfertlle northland '"lir',l-. turn slind dimuas-e* of the ( ra .
Jri' hi-. niaitutri !ire'. Rt lutstl f all kin For nt, by nal dr istm Kptal'retwu Al.lnr:
I.'' del-is'mi- *"* :n it'e sanls and "ea I l.nllden & Balte (IAIN F.VILLE,
i1 ** r !r i- f d Tl.re s ln ily alne Sun "Want" ada. bring results .%mh .- M|il 1 ('. 1I t
ntli:t1.'! it is 1. : ,rn: c uth .
':t s ff-;t'in." an' li"tI t 'he
I r -r t-..:r a :t' i, k. s ihe :Ite antd i u nDIaST %0141n IT i Ml s. IP918 1 O NIA
ltreu' wailrum. I ut iti molunen ts are
sao slowm nul i..Uk.iard hatieii out Nm lDofM
"the waler 1r st t N iilmol 09 ANiE u HORNSBY
th* w:,,,.r tiat .*ftiei it 1s li|ilwg'l1,1e' II. DA U iF I ln OU I u II
f, r th. 1t, .. :11.i.'1 :.t tit re .mi t lh eA
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T.'envty 1'e per ce-nt off men's suits. i a a. t- "' i ""mi-
Ma 1il-: 1!':. l 10-itor1 to the
Get a meal ticket at Rutherford's
)\. uur v e on fr Itirklim
o staurant. a4% .1 ,. ir ,- oi. JCi ti r tlhirkhimn'.
.., aetison lsale he will Iut on with
Twenty-fle it'-r c(,tt off ladies shirt- a .
Ti',,- v.arl whitiit r ha l,-ft 1i4 1 ithl
Buy a box of ;uaranted Socks at I any goos. We. will sell IheL at
.5) a box. 1. C. Smith. .1t -v(-uction. L. J. Iturkhina.
C. A. Valley & Co.. new grocery laker of Caulille I1 namort
next to Kovalook'.I. Iaker of Catil1amo
ore. next to R l Cooks. the i iltors to the ci). hat ng come to
Twenty-five per cent off on chil- ..Ind Sunday with his family.
*om's cloaks. J. Manasse. R. E. I. Robinson. road nmaster c
Special attention paid to ladies' :he A. C. L.. returned to the city yes-
moe at Rutherford's Restaurant. .rday after a buh.inel v ilt south.
Smoke "Made in Galne.villel. ciarp. Pure apple elder delivered to any
* sale at Moueley's and at O'Neill'. part of the city for one dollar per
Garnet Akina of Micanopy was gallon. N. Prancisco. Phone 223.
lenso the iiitor to t1:e c.I) )> >nt Miss Gladys Iurke. after a short
O5rY. visit to her sister. Mrs. J. R. Merch-
Gus A. Morton of Williston. after a ant. left yesterday for her Jack:on-
*ort visit here. left yesterday for %il,. hout,.
his home. Dr. Keppell of the Universit) has
C. A. Sally & Co. sell 17 pounds returned from Silver Springs, where
sgar for a dollar or 4 pounds for a he has been spending part of the boll-
parter. cash. .lay ..ason.
Keep your eyeo open for Iturkhim's Miss Alice Crown returned to her
IM reduction sale he will put on with- home at Rocky Point yesterday, after
In a fI w da(s. a pleasant visit to her friend. Miss
The vaarir w iriter h.r It us with tltellle I;cal.
too many g a)dx( We will sell theli at Miss Estelle BDeley of High Springs.
a reduction 1. .. Iturkhim. one of the popular young ladles of
Plank' Chill Tonic is guaranteed to that city, was in Galnesville Satur-
eare chilli,. f e 'r. cold. aud lagriplj ,lay '\.-iti,. friends
Price 2 Sold ty W Mb. Johnson. Wait until you Mei the advertised
W W C('l;It Of tkala. whl ha< 1,ric'es of I, J. Ilurkhlm lie Intends
been ill !'1. r'il '.[: :a Ilei-i,. ""s trip of to slaughter the goods and will make
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"Better be safe than sorry." See ,.ttnt in Nortolk. \'i. l-ithng his pa- Twenty-flve per cent of on ladies'
Chat. Ellis; he'll tell you why. Clean-. .-lits. La.. return. d to th. (city to re- cloaks. J. MAlar, te.
Lg. lprtsaiuig, repairing. 2..: W. MailnI ume hi. huosition with the Unier ity. Thirty-three-and onethird per cent
stt t. Sosut.h rs. Itart Mia '.y inee Mit Julia (off on men's pants. J. Mneaoaa
Typewrite.r riblbou fur sale at this ll-ar, on has returned to her hou e Ii. Ou anaal Stock-Taklag SaI' eo
1lce. The best on the market. Only Alabama. after a pleasant %Lit to h.er
rmII'icet ,laaday) seid lalt, I- datys. ...
MiveLt. fli cents. All colors and for lste.ri. SMri. Agnes Taylor of Rocky l:aNa.,.e
u* on all standard machine. Point.
Judge J. A. J Strickland of iague Rumors of weddings have reached JPerns; HbPecan eu P St tr
was In the cit> )>.-.trda'. li. has not our ears and we have received a pret- r H. 8. Orave Pmhne T.
khll ld many of his h .s yet. owing to ty line of cut glat and silverware
te textr4en:.e wai we.athcr this fall. in view of the interesting events. L. F. Cel*oo. wo Uhs bees vlti
ot In li ad waCt fthe c. rSmith. relatUves In the city for the post week
OGt In lin an&d malt for the crowd returned to his hoe at Hagde y estr-
that will bI. pr. .ent at tht. gr.at re. Mslues Irene .cCreary and uulae rturd to oe at Ha
ductionu sae of I.. J Iturkhim. All Walker departed yesterday for Jack- '.
poods marked dost and naut be soaville. where they will spend the A. M. Cushman has a change of ad-
ma ed. next few days visiting Mrs Jas. vertslement nl today paper I1 which
so ed I I, .e says that "prudent men should We
T. E. Bridges of Ocala is among lkiI 'rt heay that prudt n A d
the vilstors to the city. He was There is nothing more refreshing c Rad it.
formerly a resident of this city and is than a glass of pure apple cider. I Wa't until .Yo ,-o the advertised
engag.-1 Itn .tnvisiiis,. t. t.o .. : sell it for 6 cents a glass or one dol. prices of L. J. Burkhim. He lnteads
to the mni,,. lar per gallon. N. Francisco. to slaughter the Spods and will make
Do you u e the ray-Sboles. Remlinl- i "'ho- L. the ,rices ofInterest to all.
t0. l kn.uore. Fo,. Smitb. or any Thb regular monthly meeting of the (;*t II line and wait for the crowds
wide. ribbon inachiu If so .you should Wonanu' Christian Teulierance t'non ttut eill %I present at the *rtat re
be sur. to buy ) our ribbotrs frni TI. %vi!l I held ;at hIh r-eading room N.i Mon'I. *de iale of I J lturkhhlm All
~1n police. as >oIl cnil( Ke the l, ,t ,'.a afit tirllli.n at :3 'clock. A full at- Ig4odi marked down and must be
ribbona at thi- l.- It t pirr. :, ceta I.i, i. IIt. ;ie 1I *t..
W. 1) r '.P::n :d IttArt !.' r If you want to become the proud Only a little invesUiation wil
hav. retured rf ,,m p- I-'t .. ,- pos.eofor of a home by paying moath., iru, that we are really selling men's
to *" r'.,-" v ... t. .:.. !v Int:lmcnts in amounts Less sh "l'( for $26.6 sand 2t.8 that are
tw.n i, k.nK .t ..iu.-n a f t..hi- hranKie Than Rent. you can do it. Consult E r'. lhrer mdld for $3.2." and $3.J0.
grovs Tlh.) r, .p.i il, t> i of fillit it it it Coliw n aIn. be convinced. Call I1. i- < sllt
the ti i \ .a-i!. l.t a. I an1 t it 11 .r rate to ue,. 11i West Main Street, lk-n B dle-r. who has been In the city
*rv ; 1 t1..tl 1,,, .. : Gal Avill Fa I for the iast two weeks visiting rela-
._.. ....... titse'e. left '.-tcrday for Virginia.
__.__s he. he holds a lucrative position
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