Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 5, 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: VID01537
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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I ma- Mary is oltda wit

Iueat the holidays with

i rL. Cem alts reeelved a

SMimes Hester and Lu-
Sbaste-r Alasader. Meadam-
piM OWu with Mis Marga-
U w in sig in tjr neigh-
me alfw e hbors lhn

ho Rf y dilMag at the
*o-- Mims Kittie Carlton

pes Xmas with his
No b imgoranges this

b t |{ 1st J. M. Bounds'
i-oI fr e a m around Hawtoru.
M Jagr ad lO chlooa met at I


do tle ety, md the Uvita and dy-
II we e ear lk rats and drowned
er b Gd st&r btis dashed out by be-
la thowa by the rsing waters
almet pas of masonry and rub-

Runo of owe Conmeeate.
Far greater havoc was wrought in
Meeiaa than was believed when the
Amoeated Pres correspondent first
passed aroed the outskirts with
Pranl Pnrrtt of Brooklyn. N. Y.. as-
saitat dIecto v! ttic observatory on
Iot Vesavli.. Durtug this tour a
mast careful examination was mrde of
the American consulate. It is a com-
plate rui --othing but a heap of
cruabled ad erabhed atones. without
seblance of Its original shape. It is
most doubtful if the rescuers will txb
able to reach the bodies burled be-
neath the debris for a few days. but
every qtort to do so will be made.
The Preach and Turkish consulateu
also were rated completely and It
.eeuni almost lu Ipossible that any of
their Inhrm* t.t- 4-ld h te esc alped.
Oletals li Measina nay that the
ortigal estimate cf tf.e .'."' IIn
the city probably was not exaggerated.
The lower pa of the city i practlsal-
b' -'arh de trod.


hiL le Oae ulphr Spring gIrove, on the
banks of the beautiful Lcblosam lake.
gsave him a big Ash fry and pcaEce.
had a lne time and I heard one
of the boys ay "be sure would not
odI any super" I felt the same
way. Miss Ida Jqckson joined the
peatc Just In time for dinner. She
was on aer way home from (aines-
ville..where she had tben attending
the teachers' mteting.
We will iml tbe genial Mr. Iounds.
as be returned Sunday to his bome In
Jariestown. N. Y. I Just want to say
that he is a widower and there were
some sort of eyes made at him. Won-
er If he noticed them? MIKE.

Let His Father.
W. P. Colfey wascalled to Kentucky
M Monday by the receipt of a tele-
gran announcing the death of his
father at their home at (;la-.ow It
har only been a short while fince. Mr.
(ore)y and his wife- return.el Ircon,
their aninuaml iiitll to tle ldi hcilcm uatit
the newu of the death was ra hetr a
surprise to them He bas the a.)mpa
th. of hls large number of frienids Ina
thils cit


It's printed statouery )ou want.
Sua okce is the place tJ get It.


SClaim Bll


Will Be Considered


WASINUTON. IDc. 4. On Wed-
the Seate will take up the -
minbusm claim bills a bis
Whoe passage will brinuy P&)
a to a lLarse numtwlr of ie'r
Ow h Bave .Claiils ailu.I tltlt i- G.
int ad havte be M-u lllt iit il e
Swees patiently. for their niuoli-)
The IalatLU.e. execultle audl judi-
I lapprepriation bill which carries
S1m, aey for most of the usalaris in
h- varuska Ooverament dwpairmeelt.
at l probably *wUI be acted upou thia

UI b r r ar hae't u nIo cuurUtM C
ie t-shtLak-a atLtt.p(ed T'rhe se
SI has bee. walti., upou thI Houos.
S ti dea this has s ad t a ear
w 0 U itIs N a t-e& Ia o t-he


leader (to do much imore* I 1..t i--
the- u ItIal appiropriatiot litll- it iih
lia t e1'.rl.1- 1 ti f thi ( J,1 l l lt lth t'it ,..,-
A *h ill aill I l i ti ie la. ci I. L it
hoei ai. o (erf'0 agiec. ttha- w< ik tn c-e i
4 le ii-f (g a. Ill | I,. l h. ) *.ea I ti ,I r, i
adlll ll a tl .- (fe.-IttlL .e l li.Ie litk6 K It
aWta. drie c > l,.| ie la tle i ) I |tica t .a
Ct i(lt rolle-lr ol Ith. Cut le ,, It will
fll4W the lIllei of ihi tl If a llil li
ibtIhe t *a* An i,, t(o lthi # aIt .- ine l
oI the lplof '*l.. *if bs lte 'til.'t > 'ut
l tel if tlhe Aliicrie.HII1 ltihker, A-s
4t1 iaIloudt i a ll i e flh, r Il utIli4i.11 \. t111,on4 tl
tbhiakei It is it lIklette d that it
shall c -lulb6Ia** l, II lc .e l I i'a hlet *.>
0if Ibe la Itikul teo ,*. .jdetr outio
erW.) but IthatL lt* gai. l.,luwnt ist *ball
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PENSION DEATH ROLL



WAS FIFTY THOUSAND


Commdisoer Garfie Goes After Unprofteiss

Attorneys io is Report.


MESSAGE ON THE


SECRET SERVICE









URS ME OMOT mATHOUSE


Language In Annual CommunieatiIe
Called Objestionabl by Repesenta-
tives Will Stand Analysis, DOlas
-seetiv- CH Renews His Arqu-
rmet Per Repeal of Law Limiting
Aetivitie of Treasury Agents-Cites
Case- In Whic They Have Aided
in Pnllisllent of Violateo* of Fed-
eral Laws.

Wasbington. Jan. 4.-lu a special
message to the house of representa-
tires today PrrPklent Iteosevelt says:
To the Houws of Ieprewsntatitn:
I har. received the-reolution of the
hoUts of repre ntIntlative'. of I,. 17.
11Pi. rnlnninr as followsl
V'wheieal. T.*ore ." coltlalned in the
sumirel .. IlvaI :ilp' riationt I 1ll wl.lch
pas e conTreo aI at Ittl last I-oion and be-
(unie a law a iruOVUijs.s ii relt-ire lC to the
employment of the serett service In the
treasury department; raid
Whereas. In the last annual message of
the president of the Inited states to the
two houses of congress It was stated In
reference to that pn-ovixton. "It is not too
niuch to ay' that this antendment has
ben of benefit only and could be of bene-
ft ynly to the criminal classes." and It
was further stated. "The chwt argument
In favor of the pro.vlion was that the
,:.,;;et.. 'in d'd liot themselves lah t)
be Investilwtmd by secret servile nmn."
ad It war uArtMr tated. "-But If this la
not considered dcl lrlh-le a pe i1al excep-
tion could be made In the law prohlbltlng
the use f the ae-ret rt Lre i forte In It-
vestlgatlng Imrni'br of conJreas." It
would be far better to do this than to do
what actually was done and strive to
prevent or at least to hamper effective
action against criminals by the executive
branch of the government; and.
Whereas. The plain meaning of the
above words is that the majority of the
rolaresemen were In fear of being inves-
tUated by serret service nn and that
congress as a whole was actuated by that
motive In enacting tht p i\lslon In ques-
tion: and.
Whereas. Your committee appointed to
contlder tho-er statements of the presl-
dent and to( rep rt to the house cannot
and In the hwartnl before committ,
nor In th. r -eordls of the- lnhous or sen-
ate any Justlficatlon of this Impeach-
ment of the honor and Integrlty of the
congreio. and.
VWh reau. rour committee would prefer
In ordl-r Ito nmake an Intelllgent and c, m-
preb-h-nlve re-p.)rt Just to IhI pCreside-nt
as *aII ri to the ioilcAresr Ito have all
th have to omp.cn:.. .l now therrcfore.
l1e. It rn- tl\ -ol 'Tr .tt ih,* Irr .eli'nt be
re-lue-ste to t ruanililt to the house an)
evlel-nie- uel ,n al hl h he tI.les his statr.
mrnti Ihat h Ih rhl f aroruni nt in favor
of the provisiun wasn that (toh or'cre s
me'n ltl iti thetm l\ i, witlh to to.. ln-
V.*tlitr.4t.l v iy < r. r I -r\ c'. me n' rm'1
aIlo lto tra .mlitl te l i- hiice.- an ri
t ln ('e* e (onne t.'l tii i n) mInrlt -l r of
he ., of r i .r O,'r t l'\, V c t, I hi- litl th
M Inri*rr wilth orrtI, a.'t'l.l Iti hos -ati1
* i. i .i* j.i* il)> il i to loif r : tr I iouie ahetfhr r he hb,. Il tlliti'*l I .'"'** dlir~' i eor
th l 1' iIma hn i.,t f .11. ,ji rhlil ltu.i
hi ti. ..rl, ,r (i.? I, irt-l lrit ciiti h
,ti.K, iii ,I liC.Ih ieiw in"e te, th, hI ,1.-s of rep
r. l.r'e ,ave,.
'I Cannot Understand Res*lution."
I ai w a il l} it t- o uiitlertluln
thie cciuliludlil r ,ii the r' *<~,lu
tiei,. I hate l teIh ,., I, I r
ruLt lil< Ujl aticl't e li~l* e'-. I, r ,: ,*
su.v lie' of c i |>( tI lt. i i I If
I baIl Arrt, >f i uerla *, rruptli, it *'et
AiM) llh.V U Hl tw.r f tie l, ,umO i1 atit.
lU.tllter uis I, 'te ih 11 ., fe ea'rll g li
trlliwtn'tl l t.; jurJl'.li e I *, .1 ', ', wou, l
at t, I,* l" lr,, jhfi 1 t a 1- i l itl I e- t
U~e'.e i of S.wh i *.r- I !. .. i :rt<',h
It l< Ilte' re.. ir 1 \\ !i11 .- ., I' *rr
ltuzilc1 .eticl I ra .- it ,1lli. r. I.i **. i
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lait Cek'lllt l II as ll.bItll the p lie lih e,
*r lie t elell, ,,f i the |cr,-tle lit it r e ,rt


BONNIE MELROSE.

MELROSE. Jan. 4 -. ('ole and
party hate moe.d into the cottage re-
cently pIurchased from the Hoite-Woodl
estate
Mrs. P. Mann of Covlngton. Ky.. has
joined her brother. K. Walker. at In-
hleside cottage( e Mr. Walker was
made happy last week by the arrival
from CoAlington of his t-t hor.e. It
is lie tl lhlie ti '.t hotl'.. e *'I r i-i
I l M li(. s '
P'rcl C w'\% laklnis and wife of
New l'rk (City witr the' gue'zt. of
Mr. ad MIrr. ( Chai mberlaint duric tlie
holiday. -. iuritig their sta) the')
. Iere tieated toI4 a tl rip oil tihl Iakeo
In le iiar'allI ailltoeir bl oat. tlie iil
li.ilsl Il9il<'e-e.- Thli' ere Itlli ic
;ilea-ted ith our town
.Mlr anid .Mr A o I arsall of W, tI
li.eld N .1 ai rated iaturdia. Mr
I'tr.-all i. tI l"i weil1 ktiie> n t Iletertaiilr
o4f thle New York l'Pre Clal and will
Ile le''-aantly. re int. lMrtileId ) mall


reatmoable doubt that their condae
has been disreputable. fraudulent. -
legal. or undoubtedly unprofeislonsal.
The recent patent office frauds. re-
sulting it the confession of one do.
fendant. the conviction of another
and the acquittal of the third are
touched niilm. ;and tho, -tatenment eI /
mIade that it a;i the first cam, of the
kind that had occurred in the 111
years of paiti office history. The
con('lllli i.sioner of patIents. It ib .tated.
has taken stels ito ipridc, additional
.safteguards rouid lthe fliing of pat-
ent |ial|ers
legardiing the movement for the
conse'ration of ttie natural reaourCe
of tIhe country. Secretary Garfield ay
that it .-ht. the peol le of the comr-
t' l\ Ii;au fuII awak-neld to the vital
inec('eMit of (ariiirl for what i. I-ft ot
Sthe I ullic (ldoii in
Th'e pl'nsionll roll a u -til. Iiled ap
an ll etlnor!lou. death r;'te. .>*.i;*7; I name
h: \itg hie, I, remom ,'1 i ii t lii aeount.
Sof tlh, 4.:; .:::: sere soldiers and sall-
ir.- ol illi.e 'nil Wa\:r. Inhring i en-
I *,* *r tIotal hiunl!-"r of tii.. knm-
er.- *I ithe roll was ls.4Mt6...:.


Ii


wAho Were. present at the entertlis-
ment give-n b) him a hen he was here
about eight .>ears ago. It is to be
holged he may vgiv- ount or two enter-
tainlentit.s wuhilh here.
Mr and Mrs. John Miz.elle of AlIch-
na atre, the gueKts of Mr. and Mrs.
A. A Mcltace during the .etk. Their
mainly fric.lldd a.cr pl.a.-.d to leet
then again.
I. Swt-tt of Iklotoll. Ma. ... Is a new
arrival iI town and is lcx'ated at Mrs.

.1 \Whale' of ('lh.trlo.Ston. C..
Si-iiting i l re Itarnett
A Iiulmrlrou, crtilwl ipaidi a %urlpiia
\Il -i to H t. Itarr on N Year's
iht tix theo lriiow of prc en-tini
.1I11 ad hl. famlt witt uIIIe'TOU
ti ket.t of their lIote- aieil c.tce- i

lHow long ago was it that your store
-or enterprlise-- as* merely a plan?
VWith aggressive advertising, how 10o
bef.(re- )our ilan of what it Is yet to
ibecomle a. realized?


To Prohibit Saloons


In District Columbia


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WASHINGTON. Jan. <. "The ian-
proved methods of administration in-
itituted by Secretary Garfleld. having
for thlir purpose the simplificatlon of
business without any loss in accuracy
or responsilhlity, have proven of great
value." saya the head of the )IN-eart-
nient of the Interior in his animal re-
port made ipblic today.
The report cot)ersa a sid. fleild. deal-
Ing alth the work of the various bu-
reaus embraced within Its managl-
int'lt. the territory s. national parks
and resernatlons. fhi.trict of Columi
b)la cor|KoratioiI. ftct.
aSecreta;ry (;arf.lId call. attention to
certain unscrupulous and unlrof,-.-
-innal atc(tsi uplon thhe' prt f#f a nunall-r
Af attfernl'.- piracti(illag Ifore thet dv-
l.nrt:i lit. hlich re,-niltcl d it t rheir di?.-
h:trinte,-t Solie of (ihtI hese hav brougiiht
mnalndlaniils -uits for a r'-..trlratiin of
their naii es to thei li-t ,It tlhe, Ii
litle'd to I'ractice'. ThI ,'- (am, a*i
now '-iindimie. but in thee lilnaliniIt '"
tiI' S-cr, tart ~' sa.i ";tht.rnle s w ill I1
notili.elt heard and di.hariced iii all
ca.t pihere I Hitu sa.tis.fiedJ It'oMlld a


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SCHL OPENS WITI

LARGE ATTENDANCE


Syrup1 mp


4AixirtSernia
oo~svo~r C.'min(


0 46 0 tq Con-tIpnt, on;
naturoavacts fruulh0,


AMUSEMENTS


The New Saird Theatrm.
Jobs ThmpMM. lna "The Pfnny Fel-
lowa at New York" will be the at-
tracti at The New Baird Theatre to-
might.
He gives a eatertaiamet that is
aM to be ver good. and tbooe who
ated are promised an evening of rare
eaJoe'eaL Prces. 25. 3 and 50
Cents.

Itootrie Thatre.
Asked about the new addition to
movigl pictures, that of a machine
which by very deMeate mechaziixu
otmblnea a graphophone with the jic-
tare and ceases the persons shown to
coldact a conversation in harmony
with the scene, the manager of the
ICectrle Theatre states that in the in-
terest of the patron of that theatre- he,
bad Inveastgated the Improvement. but
ao far bad found no:ne f ti ::.. 'nes
sllciently perfected to jusitify se-
curtng one. or Investing the large sumn
asked for them. Imprnvements are
betn made all the time on the ma-
cime ad when it has reached that
point were the conversation will
seod natural and follows the scenes
of the picture people correctly. be will


WORTH CROWING OVER.


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MEETING OF VETERANS.

Elect O ersa for Ensuing Year and
Q lW Matters Attended To.
The lM a pr of Stonewall Camp. IU.
C. V.. at the court house on Mon.
day In annual Ie.msion and pro
ceded lle election of officers for
the enuNil year
('ol. Horatio l vir. wa ele-.(ted (comr
landler' and ('Calt .I (' .Mlir.re adju
aiit for thi- eanil'
A collection fIor tiI- Sliilhdli loi '1
lell-n r ;as taken awil att. r s .* e ral
!e-;aille.-rs oflr th a ( iamp paidi ij Itheirt
'- ;,.'1 ;Ia djinirmiir u nt wai t:ake.ni Se
rr.l :l -i ln.:! lt,-r. w., re- dl-.(i-n --ed
lld at!jil.stt* ld ti the- <':|i1 '

Notice.
Thl ainiual ieetilig ol thi teto
holder.4 of the Mt.elon (row.ers AsA-oi
tioll ill IN' he-ld ut th olffict e of thi
S 4t:llalda i I ( 'l Ilisl rr ('('l alt I Pa .11 %
,'( loh k Satulrda atfte rilii .1inija.ar
th IF' I \\1 \t\l:.
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M iESVILLE


AII WMRE CO.
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ast might a crowded house wit-
messed a Ise list of pictures and
throMgbout this week another series of
the best melang pictures on the mar-
ket will be sbown.

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB

Held Meathly Meeting at Home of
Mrs. T. W. Shando.
The Twentieth Century Cluhi held
Its regular meeting on Monday. I.-
embtr 2%th. at the home ofMrs. T
W. Hands. In asit( (Iailne.ville ()
lag to the absence of the pIresident.
Mrs. T. P. Ia). third vicr-preaident.
took the chair.
After the transaction of the busi
uSer brought before Ihe club the' litc'i
,ar) lirtigrahil wa% the-i t;:ak,-n ilpl ha
Mrs. Marartr't Urow. leader lr Ihe.
afternoal. the tultect for the- after
u Mon benlg "Geruallny IuallnK thet' l-t1
IHalf of the XIX C('oitur "
Tweitl -(oie ielitlt-ir re.-i|.nil-ld to
Ihe roll call. after a I,'h .lsMe.-tiane .1
M. I Iell .Ir K IH ;rh.-.. e : %1 I 'l.trk
T. It Strirugflloi (. ti.,erge M l(; ri-
and Mal H, obbi Kg\e Oitil .k 1tcl(-e*. ,i
the IIoe. and work of n.-wral Iritmi
Ilent (;eruan author-
InteraiweriilK tihe -4. k-et-h le .
beautiful m'lection U fiori t I:. .* 1.. 0
by Miss Julia Wvainwrilght, i-acher o,!
Iuusic at Ite'toU l'ulcer.llt, Aild rcIm
Meudelsouhu I) .Mt.i-* iuth Itk IK bth
of which wer-e Ir.-attl *e'iiji ,s l .alll ;(i
prec'iated Ii tlio |ire,. i lt .%I MiI. t
Italid of Ithe Florida 'e iniAl. Cll.g.
alo) aadd-dl to their l |- oure of it.. I .1 ,
MranJ i)) KI IIIK n o..lle ot I I. I i.t ,,i a
readliga w latch ualw~a- ca ltai'it he I
audieIlirc-
A fi'o Ithi ill tl ti illgK pil ,:r.tt lll It
INt-e. t retl el te*l lit e'i1 aijoiri 4-i I I,,-
meet ith .Mr. I. (;I.6u a lA M.,,n
da). Jauuar I ltlh 'ThI ho.1'pitllc
hbolate. det'liiiit-d Ih ladJlie~ altie atl
JoUltIiljle aild ta .li d d lUlt Id-t r .c !.-
lUslit. tsaft er thich aI U o .tl half hoi i
w.1 pk-asutllI i.1 pt

tops Ithlull latautll) Cures lille
cSacIUa &alt rbrulu ltrt( I 1 i ( hltre
htrloe aslbier. lIku.a* Oai(lilUallr At
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OVLR-'LOW ROOM ALREADY WELL
KILLED AT HIGH SCHOOL.

Atte c'rce At AlI $;hools Srnos In
create of New Pup ls and Spi ng
Tei Is Very Pion rrsig.

The I'nl er itl .1i-. T tel au',. andl
tih li ti be. r,-i'.. Iitgh School on .N11 da.
Olwn ied their dlotir* If6r the plriiKg term
of M-hool. aIld ianii. new face-s were.
to we seen among the crowds that
came In on the olw-ning day.
At the University some new Mchol
ars have entered and all seem to be
hard at work at the college for the
slring term. Much activity Is being
manifested in the athletic feature
there and the boys expect to have a
baseball team that will clean up the
other colleges of their circuit.
Mise Tebeau's school. which is one
of the oldest here. har a seclal fol-
lowing among the people of this and
adjoining counties, and the spring
term of her school will show an in-
crease over former sessions.
Prof. (Cassels ha worked hard to
promote the attendance at the high
school. and his efforts have not been
In vain. for the new overflow room
Just added han already been well
filled. Ioth he and his axlistants
have Just cause to fe'el proud of the
fne record they are making for this
leading high school of the IStmte.

WORK NOW RESUMED.

Delay Caused by Non Arrival of Lum-
ber for Building.
\V,rk ,on the garage' t-.i:n% ercct. (d
th ('. A (Col lo-eghl. which hais en ii
-s11*'Iended for the past two weeks. ha-
Itw--n resumed and It will now be rush-
d to completion.
The delay has been occasioned tb
:he non-arrival of lihuber which wa.
ordered several weeks since and
which was only delivered last we-ek
The building would have, otherwise-
1.U n .<. iplh-;e lby this tillie
Contractor lBrewer will now rush.
the work and if ne exlpriences no de
lay Ia getting his orders he will have.
the building ready to turn over alhin
the next two weeks.


Want advertising as a force which
vou can harness, and with which you
an drive your plain and purpose
o any de:dred destinattin.


TELEPH


TO



Holiday




Shoppers


Before making your Aelee-
tions for Holiday Gifts all
at our store and inspect our
line of


Furniture

Suitable

for

Christmas

Presents..

We have everything nee-
e~aary for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
the wilhes of anyone en
Ie gratified both as to choice
and price.
Many pieces that are e-
peciailly appropriate for the
Yu'l-tide trade.


Ga6d eMie Filrida
Galnerllleo, dlr


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IEW BAIND THEATRE





TONIGHT!


JOHN THOMPSON
The only actor In the world who
Kies an entire Vaudeville Enter.tiu-
tin nt alone.
Mr. Thompson will appear in his
original Musical-Character-Comedy en-
titled.
"The Fe Fdims ef eIw Yrk"
There is no other entertainment
like this. neither ha Rny other actor
ever accomplished sich an underlak-
In,.
During the performance he will itng
about 16 corneal ionlgs. all nits.
He will introduce 10 different chllr
aictTrs. each cha:ra(ctr of a diff, r lnt
natit)iality antd aplroiprriatet diale-t.
He will play on tihe' Ipialno. violin
i)anljo. (hin.se fiddle. larinet and
other iitltrunell ntl a. le is L a thit l1
-ici:ian.
He will tell about :1I41 funniiy store.
and jokes. some oi which ar. iun)
,enough to nake a mue laugh.
As a dancer he has few e'qtuals. and
an)y Iwr.on who does not laugh at the
dancing df the Yalinke*e faritner should
inAmuediatu1l. consult a doctor.
He is also hisown orchestra and
plays his own niadte while shiting.
He never leaves the stage until the
ierformoance ends: he drestes himself.
puts on his wigs. "makes up" his face
'or each character right before the
audience so that they canll ee how an
ttotr "minakes u|," ia his dressing
.*(Olll. ii
He is a whole troupe of TEN vaudt
.lle .;rtlht-. Including the orchestra.
If you miss this eltertaintme-ilt you
O i'l ae'\tr xKt auothl r ( t.v o-ne like it because there is none.
IHe. 'rved e':t tickets on haleh Mon-
;iy at .Miller' sTreat ,iorself to two
hours' of joy. Prices.. 2.. 3. and "',Ic.


TALKS


The Long Distance System


One of the most valuable features operating in various sections of thf
of our service. to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip
to the public generally, 1s our connec- ment and in their methods of op*
ticn with the extensive iong distance iting.
Iines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close trafe
Telegraph Company and the other as rrrarg~ment between tne Bell TOle
*ociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to ge
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost any*hf*L
distance lines In the sevrn States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put ie
wtc" ,e c-nr'te and in addition can :ommunisation with almost any p0d
.orrect any telephone in our system in the country.
AI n lines extending to any other city This vast network of wirns, radl
n wh(.h a Bell Telephone system as ing throughout the nation, isr l
"pc ated daily in commerce and for .acial Ip
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer
m'st modern and improved construc- citizens in all walks of litf a6
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important link I*n
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.


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Is he Stomach
A man wh bee a week sd impoid stomete h nd wow dtw% no
PrIiT diioe heM load will soon And tht hi. sblod he .,,
week and imeprnerished, sd t hsk whole bud)v is ampr~,erl) mW
idaiubeidewtV m.nhd
b).. MPRE'S GOLDEN EI*RDIfL O IOVEPEU
ahes use a stusaich areegD, poexesthe theflow of
gisdamire lefires, lestero the appeerlt, ma*&g
eass~l'rlo-nIPperfect. 0*11641ree the lit-er A"
paiIF'. ded mrfbesthebled, t is Theni:m
flesh. b&di~rr *ad F. taipative Nr Worotonic. it 8he.akig
Ust j a bis dye active ain doled ad c*Win afIuggaea
This Discovery" is aPure.Ilyceric extradrt of A men... sedimmW
Mboutely free from alcohol end offiniuuriol., hal.j,.formind drugsg. AN
ingredients ore prnntJcmifnitswrappers. It has so e laimholp With so
msmsu=s* Its every ingredient is endorsed by the "edens in all 'he "601a id I
m@&ietm Don't acewt asescret nostfrum as a sub-estitute for this ie.P8
reutedy or A14011104 'eAISMITrN. ~Aa im oe ma p~i;,'emums. Tb., mus, know 51
missy car"s mode by it dasrinj; ,at 40),yeanV, iibt Ot iyour (Own neighh.b.
'do. r.boke
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2 THE DAILY SUN: (GAINE8Vil LB. FIORIDA, JANI'ARY 5.. 1909


S ORAN .ELUS 'LENGTHY SESSION OF

r MAKES GOOD GAIN PAINT M AYOR DAW' COURT*

II yVCTERDAY'S VOTE IN GREAT NEGROES HAD OENIEAL FAMILY
PIANO CONTEST. OW IN PORTER'S QUARTERS.

Ir Goldie Lamb( t Is a New Cands- Fines Aggregate Seventy-Five Dollars
tes and Enters Contest With for the MorrAng Session. Some of
Tie Kenh Yes lare Al
a Flattering Vote. Which Have Seen Paid. N Ir O s

Today three n cks .a. go w, i ni-.11h S. '.il ::. :r,..- e.igaK.,' ii a: fatir
rl e the lr ilt of th. c'>nit,-tlnl. in i rU .:i i'* .>tl rmoonH in I',ort. r.
o piano lit <1 ;N.-t~,* r- ,,-nI crei ..d it- a .r n th. A COutlfet;rt, Iillt
l dt i hv The Ilhu-h & i:T..l.l'I i'a;, ;V tI .::t zae r*, g the -tri ratiat peri lut trwl
4Wo-d by The""""1 t-" 0,;"11,
of Mianmi through 4i Tij SMaun srI. '1 ir ''::I Armmw lo take- tho*ai it 1U CrlMRig
t day it h;asi bi 4-i a 11~.1ly ani har.
gmedl coIV int-t. and as to low ..11 j |rft f n Rlowo avid It ulh TIl-te' hail W halt ll
I has take-n with h he ip ij eof this r (n d re J Iug (f "lMKnt" a nd were WW t
ionton ew, hate only to re-fe.r iotu to, I.ri ,lki:i:t tcsKther.a .ft r whlch ith.. e, I, a t i -hgi
Large v otf. recel d nan v o: U to figh"ti' 1 tvral f"anm ilte, i ro-
i candlidt..s rsidiK in this d count. as will I. seni li.. lew. i th x ,.r hen( the niar.hal arrived. I.. .. t
Yesterday it was gl.eI-rall) ril ort .\larito Rowe. who had his head and i aRlsys *rVerl"rs
p Ipon the streets that 1Miss Il.ssil fa-.' wrail- rlee. who is s rond in tihe race. flr.t to it- called by the. Mayor. an(' i F hscbly. IS a
W- going to withdraw from the con-. e told the judge that they de sired ti nm Bowesd o
Zgg, but we wish to inform the publlic to coniproniet the matter. The judge, T=_ CIMr'n Pal-
gt such is not the cau.e. ah t(he vyoiir) heard the testimony and fined him $2.:,
.A& Is in the race to the finish. and Aoots. ORmUIi C A
We have a new candidate in the Hutch Tisbee. the evidence being
Se today. Miss Gold:- I.Trl: rt. Is about the same. was given a similar
Ila Lambert is som nwhat of a trangl- fine of $25 and costs. He was cut
r Ia Gainesville. but rccei d a \ r.\ on the arm and other places.
gaplimentary vote the flrst day that William Rowe. father of the boy that
ber name was announced. got the worst of the fight, was taxed
STesterday's ballot was a heavy one. S $1) and costs because he got his gun
ai many of the candidates received jaI AlE and was going to the assistance of hit
a large vote. The leaders still remain son. FaIa ifndll T


i the same position today as they
Wrr Sunday.
allow is given the vote as canvass-
I t yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock:


Katherine Halle. city.. ll*I.71;,
Bessie Dupree. city. .... -19.2.2.,


Dorian Ellis. city.......
Nannie IMekinson. cit..
1. Daughtrey, cit ..y...
Alma Fennell. city(.... ..
Jssale Evans, city ......
A. (uroff. Newberry ....
Julia Carter. city .....
A. Strickland. Waldo ....
E. Stringfell.il. IIHathorn
I Ware. High Springs. .
Extelle Heal. city.......
Minnie Shawl. Alachua ...
Mabel Sanchez. city ....
K. Carlton. .lMi-illno ....
Lizzie Sheppard. I1 ll ....
Nell DaCiost. city .......
Alima Sullivann.t i. .


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del and Miss Healey. all of Hagert-
town. Md.. have arrived in the city
and are guests of Mrs. A. 0. Steen-
burg. on East Main street, north.
W. L. Ilennett of LaCrosse. a plro
perous planter of that section. was
meeting his nuulerous acquaintances
her', yesterday. he Sun acknowl-
edges an agreeable call fr;m the

W. H. (;ay. Trenton; C. Rain, Arch-
er; J. M. Shaw. Alachua; Hon. W. M.
Illitch. Santa FI.; T. M1. Venable Ar
redondo. and W. L. lhenlnett of la-
Crosse W er t welcomee v.iltors to The
Sun omce y'-t'rTay3
Mrs. A. ki. E; I oil. I.i of Tlcmrni; ar;. in the cit'. th- Kgi''-t.
of Mr.. II II. MN(Cre.ary. Th.-y ar,-
**n route to St. AuKgultine. n her Ihl-
litter w ill r'e- nii l i's -ti! '- ii I
iti-tittite' ftrt lit- llb idl.
(' :t i'i' Ii r ':ar I .
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tlrr. ci| hIlhil 'te 1. ..-liir K w hli, re" li
... tiiri. 1 w. : r t ttih auti, ; h rtil. f i
I r% VT\ I .* hi. -**, .'* 'i th : i t !
tr"lm l .' i I,0 r t !'.o l l' ,''r" it .


ldl 4- L .' i II. l r ( t1 I 11 I' err l11i .,a ( ., i ,,'
'Sa .t.r-i 1 .ll tl 1 ( f \', ,tlil, l s ii. u' ,-.
*lo ri,. Strliklanlid ; u t
1lorr Str. hll h., ti. ^ t ,-i-l. er,. ta lht., (|it' \ ,,-- fo-

S; .n.ti,,t (h# anni l i -tiiic 'of
S OF CITY AND t.e,"""- 1 ""' '" "' f
COUiNTY CONDEN SED a. i" "rr '"' '""k ""
ed lill'01 ci lt .pl eti ha,'i.d.al *....'-
Itailie-la. iniln -I tIion Thin bil t l
' I. C(row l.t .cture to',ni Klit on Iakmi aii 's iklia ,k. IaItle-. ic kl llair
SLi terature w ill be oni Klop- dcs-k itI tI litl.r- ia iike-s tIh. I1le.
rich. red. pur, rt-.sore's iperf'ct
K*l-iial T i ('apli rs ol .Iak itkson Ihailt1li
Kr,-ti K hi.- ni i ;a ilc '.J F .I1 liil er ticket agint for thi.
(',,a-t Line at ( :-;ila. r ituirietd eto that
SW a:its of llaw horin. a pro ilil 1,;.l* .* -t* rl.'y atf,-r hau%. iS, t i-int
itlzin of that .. n f lth*- Iea-'t l tl.t.'. % .llliKt at 11IiI, ld
ahas in the city y)hbterday hoinei at lronii J ili( h;p a large.
Bruce of Fairbank.. amr r (if friid hrfri wh wli l er.- Kgladl
-. .- .- .... .. .. : 11 l eet h1111


woui walii a e-.r o1 r Iwi .m- io, %%.,'
InlSg the \litatior- to thr'
Miss Mamie, Wil h'lli ha .itin- let-'
lltilg ihi the -itt for the Ipa- t %o
IkL, re-turim-d to her houit- at Wil
t )e't(. rdlt la
C lDrumlmirdll one of i th pro
fti. lilaniters of the We E tid.il
It Ul Mtin(llK li.. rg.- nuniiil.ei of
blend% iiin the ( ItI yesterdayy
C V 1 K ill-'i int '1 ite ,o f TIla t I
t-r ld i i i it'. ( it 111i S!ei.t' 'I ha.
bitte r ill | I. iel tI. w. k \ -i in. It i
'et-lil.- t'.ia.l i.il Ml A \e 'la t ml


\ II :lli of o('-d.r K i %a% ii
ith.- cit\ .. eit rlas Hlie' ;it1**-, tIhat
hiuiiii' I- g id ini the' ;Gulf c'It aind
ii.ail a Ki at 1miit:ai i ~li anid o .0'ter-r
.Ir.- li ii- 'p from th.it I. IlI
Sl ?,is .l.t\ Ih," (.f .,-** Hi i In th,
i., weather 1. tao Cam lel,'

4 .al 1 'r .-l* iii Ohleirmi. I. r oa
.*c lt lI- lll. K '. helic .l.s l bit -i a.1 tlilic
l1 i- fit. l- t 1 i Fuatcli r r thi.- |'!-t -oo%
I il l.t\ i-it i e*i \.e i .e-rell, fear hai
ti 1 ,'.L % ll p.'1. l .- l ii hi tI t
. .m al I- thtl lik l l t# f mli, l '-
i a \ f.. il .tl .,ic. iiii ilap. a oe*a i \ t
I I f l It0 ,


h.. \-11i(,, l, til I -
,ti'l i'.tni, .,' ,t "- TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
r i. aal ir-. ,ii ,,-.I ..... l F ke- I.AX ii\ : Ill()o.Mi) Quilitle
Sllllllli r-. th' ic, e etail I luh t.' i)rtgtigi' t, r, fund um.h. ) If
,i.. ,. it,. i ,I,. .li- i it to f l- u WO ( tO VE d 'I
it I(ha' rl.c et-,leI.i.y t~l bl;e iiature li on e-ia h box. 2Lc,
today to t jilurut. hi t nit*' du .I N--


Il \v' A Br) aut of ut ell wae
Ita Uit, tLlol)r to the tityv )catcr ,
l 1I.- doer niult cuiti l(e !he city
Af aiid thir L ulliruu i rl-i adu ait
m gled Il (b Sy bhlui
Crh tMla Keelelr VMS lcalb


Pearl Rowe. who was also figuring
in the scrap, was discharged, the evi-
dence tbing instmicient to convict.
Sophia Jack .-on. a peace-maker who
uas cut li an effort to separate the
coniUbatantts. was turned lose.
Ike I:ro*nM. the luny man lwho gave
bond. failed to put in his appearance.
.Jaineie (ilAss. a nl'gro ho presses
clothe. sax given $15 and coats for
hitting a negro In the head with a bot
tie several days. tince.
Chas. Mclonald ai,d W. W. CGeary.
arrested for doing business without a
li(ce nse. were let off upon promise to
play at oulie.

Charged With Higr aay Robbery.
DIeputy Sheriff L. E. Story of Wind-
-or arre--ted .1 W. lirown of the name
lil e .i"- i r;')e !'irk M '.ndat y a:.,
liriight him he.re on a charge of high-
w.a rdler..'. w hiclh ua iprerferred by
It. lili, i.lt0lani
The,' ca-.- wa:s heard blofor. ('tClnt%
ludrge' t.l;>- iion on Mondtivy nd the de-
f ,-tadati r*.Iuli edI to flrnit.h a lbr)li of
$',,, foir his ap|,I.'arance at tlhe next
*'l ii ~i t ( ir. nilt c-iuirt
It I.ili' "ihl:l;i I- tth-' Ipro (,e-utit r awll
t,,e ll,-.-- that ;Irown -til. a Stil.-on
1,1 ..' 6r.- ii' h fini i h iin
liroon. It will b renwitnimil'reld, has
ttimgire ll in the- e.uirts h.ere- ftr th- pa.t


The Meanest Man In1 Town
tIhe' ont- wlic ia .i sars a
frwni. ib. cro.s anid diagrereatcble. nand
is hlairt aiid sharp In his annt e-r
..I'*' (*4i-'. out of ten it'* inot the- p axr
fe-llo 's fault. It's his i%.r and dige,-
tlon that make him f*. el so mi erarble
--he can't hllp being disagren-able.
Art- you inI danger of getting into
that conditionil' Then start at once
takiniK Ilallards Herblne for your
lh\er the litfe. sur,' anrd reliable vege-
table regKulator Sold by W. M. John-
son.
informal Whist Party.
.M11 Eli-. W\.ilk.,r entertained at
lridelK' s li.- at hler lho(ut )e-te-rda)
afternliim lin honot r of helr guest. lMis*
Nell lIrosard of Jacksiiotille. It ias
an informal affair, the.r being ouly
i hrir. .bl. -
N r, .a mr, i I ll,.1 f, .ii Jacknm s
aili .*- IIi 'I flj'i < ilal ttlliii K a. .Lait 1 ', \I) i-tl, la r AllaOi. g the )younIg
- .e e I | .ee1o|l. , ill lte h,
Sent Up From High Springl.
S a .. Il.ti a.t 1 i. l.ol .il 1 1l
,. Pi *i. Mi A l.'.\l., f i llgh
. il. 1 1. Im -I- i I r dl.*' lml t h -
I I ll l, 'i,.h ftr il l l l- hif t.-
lit, 1. i i .Ill iAll % e:r i1C i l- lIt,. t1
%. h I.,' l1 i i hi .i ii ,* taeI' i. oll

t rfli4cl ride- Ir(
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Does not Color the Hair
Avers l"a Viglor isr -ompowed cf Pwkm &
Sbow to vcear duetur. Ask h lm 9 tibcric is a~I lWurlm WINs'ai. Ask
hm i be thak Aytvs Hir twau. -. ns -e. uio ths ula. is tebs ae rep
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question not of "how cheap," but 91 avPadW,
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We win either cure yoe of onmttps.
IU or par for all the medctie used
during the trial. You pay ul nothing
If we nTl That's a mighty brad
statement. and we mean every word of
It. Wp will bark it up with our own
peraoal putaitlon. too. Could any-
thl be more air and a cure for )ou
The eost Asclentlfc,. common rn,,'
treatment Is Rexall Orderlies. Thllir
native principle Is a very recent scl e-
Ulc discovery that is oderle, cs.olor
and tastkleas; very pronouncred.
tel and pleasant In its action. and
lOlly agreeable iM every way.
lf gredient des not cauee any
nrrlMa nausea, latulence or gri-
ie. Rehall Orderlies are as Ileaalut
to take as cady and are particularly
good for children and delicate per-

If you suffer fram chronic or habit-
al constlpation, or the associate or
dependent ehromit allmeals, we large
oye to try Re l OfrelrHie at our
ral. Rei meber. yom uc only get
Stm at ou tores. Two slaes. tSe
and ie J. W. Midollm & Co.. eo
'er at Mala Mad Union streets.

M fMete o b nem e that he Is badly
Iajnr.d Itor-ny.
SIpmage" h b been dome
Br his Me!..

DumL of Mrs Wheeler.
Mrs. AIe C. Wheeler, widow of
the lt Col. W. B. Wheeer, died at
th Natismal Odd Fellows' aaltarlum
party afterson at 3:30 o'oleclk.
after a l Iog HIae. The body wil Le
mbalate4 ad removed to the real-
deo or PhIIf p MUler. to await the
arrival f her a. Capt. Harry C. I
Wheeler of Arlasoas who Is on his way
here and s expected to arrive today.
Notice o the funeral will be given
Sister.


OoaMista o I.nul sh t only when
a cld Ls actually had. lome moth-
nr think that a crying Is badness--
Ita ot. Whea yar baby cries, look
lor pins or some external case; if
you can't Sad them give the baby
White's Cream Vermifue. as the
chances are It is sfferlng from worms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
Its action. Price 25 cents. Bold by
W. M. Johnson.

school B ard to Met.
The county school board will hold
their regular monthly meetIng todan
and transact the general business that
will come before them. This will ble
the last meeting of the old board and
the new board will be orgasiused to


day.


Meeting of Commissionrs.


The lait Dletting of the old Hoard
ft County Commnimioniers .was in ~ie
*son on Monday. r full membtrsthip I,'-
Ing pre*'eno wind up the allair, anli
turn the diRles over to their lisr(e'S
,ors. who will be worn Into office to-
day.

Tee Much Face.
You feel as If you had one farce to
many when you have neuralgia. dort
youth Save the face-you mav nee-d
it, but get rid of the neuralgia by
applying Ballard's Snow Liniment
Finest thing In the world for rhbeu
matism. neuralgia. burns. cuts,. calds.
lame bacK and all pains. Sold by W
M. Jobuson.


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THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS


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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to the Gov-
erlor of the State ou Florida, at Tal-
lahassee. Florida. on the 11th day of
Jaunar... A I IVt:0, for Letters Palt-
ent InTrl, rntilqg th.' Netwlwrry Sta-
ble Conimpany.t under the following pro-
po.~ d chart r, tne original of which
Is row o(: file. i thi olll'ce of the- S.c-
retary of Sta, of tL.e State of F'lor
Ida.
C. D. DENNIfS.
G. T. KENNAIlI).
E. LEU. Il I'GIIES

Proposed Charter of Newberry Stable
Company.
The undersigued herely asori.ate
th-ubt'elvi togeiKth r for tIh pe :rl,'..
(f twconiling incollrorated and I rlnli:ig
a corporation iundtlr thl la r of tlih
State of Floridla. ith anid uui~lr l.th
follow ig irot,'oitd charter:
I- The inau of this corprl.) .ioni
.hall Ib NKEWlIIttRY STAillK ('".1m
PANY. and its lritiullal otli., aind
place of buaiini-is shall be' ill the Towni
of Newbterr.. Alabhua county. Florida
Ii--The tA, in ral tnitire* cf the l,,I:-
uess or busin-.Yw*s to b- trnlil-a'et-'1 b>
said rcompainy shall i Ithe reonductiigK
and oaieratiug ul a li.. r -alr- aund feed
stable, buying and belliig of roods.
wares and ni-rc(hani.ll, hrf.s, 4-,)w.
31id oth. r lil\. attx-k. %hltl. i'h id lI.r-
ut<.a.. anld the re.itllig and hiritig of
the sami. wand geKlnrally t), do and
iwrforiu aui anid all actt anid thtingt
that may btw i aeceisary or lunlddut to
uch bu ti'.T.,' aaovt" n1r,'iitionvld. and
to haie. ext-rtil. and enjoy all the
rights,. poue'r anti prililt '', iilcid* nt
to corporatlonls organized anld uc\ii
ing under uand b, I irtur of the lasn
of the State of Florida.
Ill-The amount of capital stuck of
said c4,orpl, ratitiol hall I b $1...,"0 *4* to
be dlided itto l1.1o Aarel of th iparr
valu.. of $Ite16 ,0 'a4li
The- aioutnt of caipilal atork -.utI
-.ril ith i ur lhr-m. i. hoit i re ii
iniren tlti; tell p-.r 'ceit of thi whlA lt-.
.ht1ll .<. i.al:d in Ii i-t l k .ti'd i .i r :ii,
li-' t ti ll I i'.r; t letl t thi. *-ref too
rn. iiai.l 1, t, l, ,rn.tii otf litr,- i,,r-' oi,
it h < n' r(i tt. 'a "l ito i 4 1h Ipa gie.




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COL. BAXTRA QOIT PLUM.

4a Aeerted Poition of Private ee.
rt :rbte Senater Piether.
E ; i .itr. one of ti'- i ling
y t i l.4l r.- lof th' I-,oal l ir, 'Ias
act ,tl 'I ihe I, ition of f.ncr, 'tt ito
V'. '4. a. totr 1). I' rl't-'-h r -o-
eis rtofe ton ii,tUll I. at I,.,I 1t ll I
Mr. I' *t r 'qlhI r ink hir i In
(ain. a ll i a nd Aln )ouii a an f t i -' 1r i U ( iras't r. 1i11
question. ~: i; i. ducatioti.
Judicial tl n.i *. ii ". I th hirt iine
nlai inn. r.. he. i *-plIoo. lall.v fitiled lf.
the( re.-ieii-'ll)l llitiet anid tluttii q of the'
office he' h.i-, acce'fl t' *
Not only Is Mr. Ili\t r a nimost
ani!alle l lan. otl flnl' ui','! r t .1 'i .
and qaliiflned for Iis inew dltite ,. 1l'
he I.' a m:'ai Ian wh em I o ,.it toi friend-
i .1 a virtue, n. d eqiuivo(H.iltio and ""ca
hallsirtl" meithids aw.' uilnkniov to. I: rn
Mr. Itaxter won hip ltiacheloer's (*
agree In the East Florida Scnliniary. a
college which. h ftore its altlition lIh
the Itlukman law. trained more promi-
neat Florldlans than all the other
colleges In the State combined. I.-
won the highest honors of his cla.,
and was awarded the frst medal In
the oratorical contest of the gradu-
alng class. After a course in the
law department of Stetsona university
he was admitted to practice In 190i.
His practice is a large one. his dtlent
being among some of the leading busl-
aess factors In this section of the
State. He enjoys the full confidence
and esteem of the Alachua bar. who
In common with his thousands of
warm friends throughout the county
ad State. join ki extending Senator
leteher congratulations In securing
his services.
Pr a mild. easy action of the bow-
els, a single dose of Doan's Regulets
Is enough. Treatment cures habitual
constipation. t2 cents a box. Ask
your drufist for them.


BANK


Capital, Full Paid, $75,000.00
W. R. THOMAS, Prn ent C. W. CHA-E, Irt Vice-Pra.
K. D. TURNER, Cashier (;. K. Bk(lloM,. d \'ice-P".

CIIE n n iWE FmiE TATE ciMPTL
lhuu r 31it, 1911:


RESOURCES
Loan and Discounts $2,311 t'2
Bond......... 10,700 00
fe from Banks and B'kr .'i2,2.50 :1
Real Estat .... 0,00000
Furnitue and Fixtur 16,416 :1
Overdrafts .... .... W f 5
Cash in Vault .... 31,219 61
Total .....415.,4W l


LIABII.ITIFN)4


Capital ......
Fnrpltiu and Profit.
Depocits ...
Cashier's cle'lck


7 5,000


- eJ -


Total


Rate of Florida,
County of Al.chla J
I, E. D. Tur-* r, calhier of The Dutton Bank. ,do I),ln lIly swear tlat
tle above statement is true to the best of my knowkedle and i lieif.
1. D. T'RNER, (alhier.
SnlMcribel a and sworn to before ne thlis DecenmlAr :;l.t, ;'Pts.
C(. F. < o0H)>MAN. Notary I'uile.
Correct-Attest: W R. Thomiaf, (Geo. K. Brotwine. H. F. Dntton, rin-etors


flrst election shall be qualified. the
business of this corporation shall be
conducted by the following-named of-
fleers: C. D. Dennis. President; G. T.
Kennard. Vice-President. and E. Lee
Hughes. Secretary and Treasur-r. and
the fnlowing-narrr d I rsonla as 1i-
rectors: C. I). I)nlnli. G. T. Kennard
and E. lee Hugh..;.
VI '"h highest amount of indebt-
edness; or liability to u hich this cor
portion shall at any time subject it
self shall Ib S12.,.owoo.).
VII The aiamies .tild re- 9! .-,lric, (of
the subltscriltrs of said r-orporatt in.
with the aiorr.;unt of capitall st '-,k .sib
Sri'., : ',.y at4 h. > as follow, ..;
C. 1). Dennilis, tloh:ires, Gainvs'ille.
Florida.
C. T Kennard, 10 shares. N v b. rrv.
Florida.
E. lAe Hughs,. 10 shares, Dutton.
Florida.
State of Florida. i
County of Alachua. (
Itefore in -. ip r.-,,ni: t!l. a .Irt' C1. I1
I ll iilil I. T. Ke.ilin rd l and i I. lI.-'
itighct .; h of v.i n ce 'i'ow
to .L.i U d l to. 1..'. 1 ... ll ,
diiilue .ls d, .crit eld in aid w h .o ,ib-
S tried i to -.. '\-" I -- t f.. -.
il fli:irtr t .r tiil -.. r ill lk",, '
v-d l li.at th -'y ,\. llt.,1 1! -.ili lot
the n.-O a:nld i itrjir -t-i Ith.'"i. i c .iil
t: il e .iA l <'.\ 1t
(' It) !:N\iM
(; T KE\N \lit)
K. IEE. I I ',t:I
Ack(o';io l. fore' nri- this .:;ithi day of No. nil.t r. A
D Ioi%. F. K DENNIS.
Notary Public. Stat'- of Florida. My
conini.ion .i expires May 10. 1909.


NOTI(CE(F AI'PI.IATION IX)R TAX
DEWM 1N DER FS.ThaN Is OF CBAPT=
45q I.AWS OF FLORIDA


N'~bt~ee ti heret r v 0131 t1at 1V"I Wair".
"urs-e~wr of Tax lrcate N". 13.
dated the 6tb day of uajet. A D. il
bass dled asid cerlitille n mi ones
and hbas a e aU & 4 tl tos or t~a di4e.
W tixe to accordance Vito:A*W sad cellh
rate embrares; tbfi th lagNw de'e We rtlcui p-j
*rti %siluatedetIn Abcibua .u. t' vI'lr.Aw tuowi
s .14 ipl f .Nr'o l N ie--w'4 and iNw* of
qc wee' i., Tp. it. I H &ast
I ne-Ad !.AMnd boeiin. 4Awcl t hile date Of
Lii i'aance Io fueb cerUIC..te in the mawe ON
1-;. Vn V.%pwn.
t n!% %aid ertxifc.ev ha.I. t1e redCeed W
eordatit8 laiw. tax deed *:'. .Uo- ILereon 06
the I-tb d.e6 of JfALj..r% A. 1) 11.1.
Ml!tr!-%,4 my tcc'ietll wh. i.Mt Jbi cj i ; ea
the 141hb,! .s)f IX-rc4wlwr A I' 45'
i.. H Wi?.';(L5
PIS Clerk Cir-ult CM,- A .. '1.150('-8F411,
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211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville, Fla.
J. J. WILLIAM%, Pr, printer


CASE GOODS. EXPRESS PAID.
ODeoto Rye.


Full
Full
Full
Full

Full
Full
Full

'ull
Full
Full

Full
Full
Full
Full


Quarts ................ $ (5
Quarts ................ 7.00
Quarts ..... .......... 12
Quarts (fr tilit plaid) .. 1- ',,
Williams' No. 10 Rye.
Quarts ............... $ 312
Quart.* ... ......... J 2

Old Halifax nye.
Quarta ....... $ 2"
Quitrt.s 6 c"c
Q";trts .......... t
Sunny South Rye.
Quart ................ $ 2 .7
Quarts ................ 4o00
Quarts ........ i. 00
Pints ...... ........ I. .O


Yellowstone Bourbon.
14 tth l ... ...... 5 4
C'a- .. ',
Old Boone--t:\i r, (' '! '
lottlied ln tcoAd by I' S ;cw'. riiii,'l.t
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Old omestcai Corn Whiskey.
,one gai11t jrI. p Iexpres!, id paid


Special Offer.
idle brook Whike4-Y In [Iruta:

11641 Pint- !!1 (111; .1 ......... 1-300
.,iuo MAlf Pints Ino drumiii 3 Of
Sold 4)[0) 1 in.aua.. wiall A ri
drumi.
Corn Whiskey-ExItrt CU;:*Ct-
101
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Rye Whiskey--Expctrbb C' Xt
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DA,o JANUaIY S. 19w





SsSOFATARRH

N10 Ondy ht does lint Cttirhlv remove the rw.1 %e of a"ih Iro
blomdwill e%-er in-lice a Twti"'Itwit clie of t!, r"T.1 le Jnst all lr z m
eircrtlatnn remains cntamir4tte with the i i1plarT ,4 i.lfl n nt;ar-.l I'aatte,
which ;u.-c thr' trouc, the 111cWn11 nietrbr.rnln Wm o innt t linig s Ofm
body v. At kc ;1- i in a s-te of irrit.:1i'm in an dima .i' co einnaua
ot'ier lc ppl ajqli& :tion% uill Poietimel tci:'1por.tairiaV rr' i'c the tight. ful
Ilmti ng in t!i- IT l .%O. buzizing noi wc n in the r it.,,tin c n! *rt.aIr. tn fly ic1ing
of tIre novtri1, q nn l (11) to loosen the i~,!( -,% inq 1t tIt; I (t C .ta r ,jisg
C(li.-titui'tl')tI. l hkKKI t iliret andl until it l.hal Nwn I fl If( frot',1 the
F%-ttcTT1 there can fee no pemianent cure. S. S. S. C-1t CiatiIt vr moving
the cau w ftrom th e bh twwl It a tt ack -4 th e *- I( '--, I V th or.
aw-hv piirifk imiz.tndl clcansing the circtlation, an'l I_ cy c .. par
tit Ie of itnpirit'.c and at the samle time ntt4!
~! m .11141 1't tt* lerran( s to ht4, im-ro l.c ,Me m.rul h( stops CVe I-,.iLtal.l'JC ~e3je mtot~. S. S. S. Tt l; Il,"% to t!ie"
tbottomn and leaves no trace of the disemse in the tt.I. 'uk On Catarrh
and anu)- wu'-l advice fIcr to all m lho write.
THE SWIFT SPEC M.C C '., ATLANTA, W


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THE DAILY 8TU: OAINSVILLE, FLORIPA. JANAI'RY :.. 1909


les 9 e NO MORE OPEN SALOONL
C T.,.at it i- ,, o i a 1 ,,-f :. of tli;,,
i- th' I.,' will 1w i,,' i ., ,.. i ,*I -
s s 0 l P O St I ti eleC l1 t1i11e ll)1 noi i i 'f e ill i'. ,i, t I Ii .1 l ,
am Ncod- c la mill mI ttIer
.. .- -i.t.th to l>h *, a h o. ha *- %;ite heel thi e pr rCi RY dlil l o ri iahlmbcr ,r<-- of tlhe a ti -.siali i lier ., o it. l ,i t
-- ... .. I ill? f i It'o' A ';I; ~ 1) I I |rt
I pI TKWI lT Sutt Comaetniinr W sion ie f\l i iio ill i i i'0.t 1.:- i ef or illi
1--fl-' ilix iil|nol ?- I 1, lii ir f.tr16 i .ri,
opFl- **-".t "i:-m\N I.OCIK Hi iln ill, ,,o tI, St.it -. h t tl.
.Maisstreet TiL roiP ni t o a ol o* a, lH l i, 11 .', .1 i
b DA1 .VT'lr ~nhli.hil eve.rymt wtn rnagel I tf'l li f *' ,,, ,,t
gooday. i.livered byLarv'rr i lthecity.or 'ii. \.**.r at hilit t,. i.., n i .*i I',
totany paI t of the I'niter l tAtes, pon~ a (''tl-1loIeit i :i o .1i:,,t i I .
for is yerr e t ,- x .,'It'-. i: v th.e 1 iofi ,' t '.. ,, i, fit, 1',r, fo,, tI I.
;or So crnt for five we.k'- ,trctly ll,% f l t, .
i n ti* ', tfIe '. t *' 'f i r I
ld I rrti ,'n In, | o itn:,.t I n : I L' i h; nl

U ordlspl ay d'vierl l 'in madeknow!ol i' fi* 111 t il nii .e I .**i \\ the
le _oll i' l.i- \' .1 o- iL, .i1 l. I \,itlh I ,I
TwiNjr a We.t k ion 4 mIa eght ip(ge f.,v r.'s "l el f "I'',
paper. 11sa1, e41 ,4 eoery Mto:day tl ] I' ,h '0 C, ;'-' l '* ,'lo\< -. (- ,|1e .
y ati nn iacrins all the news of the IIP t e .i'r*'.r.-,. of $.: ,, I o tl :tI!lli,
l oc-1 Slate and Keneral. anti w*:1 be ,'i tfti ,'.l ,'.i;4 i ,.,i iti r ,,, i- 6'1,,,,
pstagei free. to any part of the 'niterl ci i i i .e ei -
rLt canda., for $I oif a year-ii nd.vncc. l of $" i it o i-
.o- w rkeld (iont Ion tfht- .t tr '-..
i adsertig bills become due after 6rt "Add to th. $.:::.4i0, ai. tri i ,i lli.c
a1 advertisement, unlee otherwise
issoutract. Parties ot krwato court linl. thu' alllount of 1ino il.c w lic h I
e required to pay for advertimau in ad- that would also re'pre cnit as having
Address, TlH DAILY SU'N. HeI.n sitllnt acroti the' sLanding liar for
GA(rluVILLz. PLA. intoxicants which resulted iIn the ar
rests. and there was quite a comfort r
Laswer an ad. today--belinning th., able sum saved to families who would. .
year right. no doubt. haver otherwise found themn- 1
selves at times in distressing and I
I more "half-way advertitingK" for needy circumstances.
store-and you will nmo longer "The experiment of the abandon- t
a half-way kind of a store. ment of the saloon, therefore, cannot fl
-be questioned; its success is establish- ii
,, An you still "making good." or has 'ld in these Agures. which. In similar r
reolutlon )ou made gone to keep proportion, will undoubtedly be found II
y with those of former years? In other communities from which the i*
saloon has now disappeared. It
SR i reported that the production of "t may be accepted. then. as a set- w
lte will be largely curtailed tied fact that whatever system of regu- br
present year by the shutting down latlon Georgia may ultimately se fit
a ne of the largest plants in the to apply to the trade in bottle and
Package. not to be coulnumed on the
premises, which exists in the State
In degree but little abated, the saloon
cleaner man socially, politically h
in business affairs never held of- la. iolle tl antia i lg hoit o arn
than Albert W. Gilchrist. who will .. remo.u t u
Ar t' inrdulging a fatuous hoie'.
.M soon today take the oath of office 'The.. thchie
JL._ertln ul .,, The slainan was one of the chief
Hi Governor of Florida. t l h ,
So r of agencies ini the coonsumpition of intoxi- hi
Salls i. is presence i' a was ain in)v- w
L M. Johnson ha:. retired from thet ttion t hea..v aInd frequent iin I
agaement of The IAe.t-.hrg ( oni dulenice iii the social drink. !
eal. and J. C. Coliptoin, for Itweilny "No. hel i rol. 1.4 oet;i',.ai f it- .
7gr suliN-rintlendetint of s( h count.V. has assumed the e,,litor loitering the fact that liquor In u hole- ur
^ anud managl| in.lll.l of that I,:tlper -1h. 4 li n1 ltili.,. i.% alhoiut .i. ,;. ;k ,i ,I t tf,
dC t I I n ,
r. C-ptonirtO is in fer way Sgive the IW1|lel1. of Laike coullty a (;e rgi. may or i:.l" not II newspaint r. and The Sun pri dich :ll hi. future. ,, ri-. ila., e at d.I, turf Ii
fol t he will do so in every particular ,of th,. ,r. \ ,. ;i h ., ,i to
e welcome' Iimn ;ti li. nlie.r (i f t tt .d ., ,, i ri,,l,, im ,I. ,.,, ,l .
p a gmil r. cii'. toltile' H .' tt.t. ln ut h.tt.'i i.n le -
'.ite- Il i )1 (lop ;i;f il e!il'eef i t li ih* 1


Th- I'.Pn-racel' ImuIrinl .n "*( }n
rito f < I. e i; l h -' t flitlot* If II :.
uo int- .ti I\ th. eitherr ila. a- i*lee l.:
il',tiz i' 'it l I,. c hi h:icl illii hi
niollith f,,r f,. t r !," nditight di-o It:,
-'cri' ir:t;il iilt ti n.in ;:ii in an kivnv
, 1.* --I'n vt hth f: il to r.thiH ,
I 1 l. .-kti i ai ii.c,-" l t f |, I-
,i, of- hi rcllll 1 al.1
* s ( i i* i gr ink him 1to id > .ti-k
a :I ii il <;l 1hri'tj -h ,tilit ile
il t inil. h ti h '- il ll t iO to :ac(htii
*I I .4 l i t fi l 1s 11.|> (.
is .1 ii, Ie i i l f' i i., I i l' I r -f '
,, tl, ,c ir- iinl lli it Iti .:\ .-r\
Ii *I' ht le \ '' h< I-e go 'i rIsr "i, 11 I, %e'- h,' h"li.liv.teiv Is ;ii ik,' |i
;o i. r a!! r :iit l it l cr lfr to re aliz -'
* \ 1. It. le ,i ht-' ill hal f In I t r '. i .1
.' ** .mil .I"'* n il I e ;I4 ir t 1 l.t
;. Lr ;.i ill ll f'' ili r I. ii l i r F-
*f tr .'1, V* Y. :Iir l h,' w ill (ilH
1: ,t I t i \ il l I i VI.\\ ..'ti .1 JU11.1
c-iout i -i<' f -t4- iJs t ; i(r : .o Ir will ha.e
I l sir-t (ieit ic :iit l in IN1oth i te nt eIfT0i-t

This ( of thie, agter,-iatti for IIgn trade of 'he
'4oiutlh Aienrl aii R'Reublics In the
%*'-ar 1'.7 It Iaggre'ate4 $..iieH .EIl.lnie
-:turnoI glts three'-fourths of this tradc'
lr Itarr.-tt. chief of the. bureau of
Anier ianR He|ihellris. nsuggesti that li
order to co p- tt i t.lh!lith hett-lr mail and lia,
efnger i-rilet on both Atlantle and
Pacifle sides, as well as to secunr
nter-banking facilities and send as
ommnerial travelers refined and
actful men bwo can speak Sainlsh
luently. This is no doubt well. and
n fact indispensable, but Mr. lar
ett has failed to Indicate the most
important step. which will be the re-
eal of our repellant navigation and
ariff laws. It is folly to expect to
II In markets where we refuse to
iy.

Gainesville needs more factories.

SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN.


a IU1ed by Humar 1ar Whe
UiniruffnBa sIna std.
Pea!,kin Is I alred the wort' over fbi
* s etni .i and glori lr.e,4. ;nd iet the
human h ilr i equally ai reft and glassy
hen hal: y: and 'I i radl-!l ce-'se of all
ilr trouble is dandruff. which is caused
r a pestlferous parasite that sape the
tality of the hair at its root. Newbro'i
-v!c(ll.- i! the only prepir-n'on that Is
til to the dandrulr ge.rm. Without dan-
uff there ir no falling hair, but a lx-
!ant growth of glossy. soft hair Is eer-
e'" #%&r l 00- 10l% w C-'-"- dtn-
utf. Aili the dandrufft ermn. Thou-
rds of warren owe their benutltul mlte
r ` r ts -',whr,'s Icrpl.lds. Piold by
dtlng drurgilrt. Bend 1d4. I Itan"
The' Iteri

Two sis--60 cents aand 1.00.
. Bodl:ord A Co.. p* il Agents


Two autiexars ecf :cjoprti0* ol .ei t r g'iigtli ;11 If o 1 4, eII I tin4ociur1'11 .oo'I

ef t of frv.ie hf. Il I 't 1 if? &li. I
S WI'(! I th 1 .1ia'imx. ':ift i- .ci lieijof ''.icrT ;: 't o 6,lPef ''- Oi'., l17 iI. '11411
Il o'-l oe i d-io t ot i II .% .%Il '. o-it ie lt;,%I Il II
AO*150'l..Atlool~l f 1` r t litile' 'Iio e% o t i l t Ilt-e' -4eoiltfI'I 1 .1 141 il ect l ita111' 14
i%.to inimiti-' it it.'- too.,I* I. f 1 11.i'. ell eii"' loo li until
Ot ed t t.1 filtle :Ill-I tJ1 ,e1141 (f i '.1 16 -. .mo i e e
Its ierinc'ioplt. i:.lt 'haljl j-ecie w.4 I. a 1.,iPl.*. i'' I t 'oelit ilifeI f he
SOil hi' c i ii It11,4441- if i et f. '" ioj'." ie ilct li.hI n to toiorI'' lit.i' c% I i, Iit oft
hige' 'imT j-all ,o te loit 111I If A I.fIng ltoi tilig s.4l
b ek ami tif cimil-mnom -hil, i1111 1i Ili- t"'.lll \14HII.-- ; 41#111 1.1 I I 0111
sl k. a ie .t eot- has je, tei lihat c Ii .I i 1 .ii i et I I I st e i II lo 1t
u~'s Ml! ~e i~s 'sil lst col 0 I~li itIt-- i Ii i t, I I t le lka @I- tci Kpto

Ab lantaes tke liaaii f c1loo* 111( 1 ;' "Ii -4 1o --.11'%m 114 '''o
btkxl ut '~icllticl~ ill: I.. (I, 4" 11LIz-A latimi It $ Thol"c. II\ i~ (1\
4ft irt III o-tf,. t it I & I e eI te haoic LhI"fI ie' 0%eIg' 0 i1ol't..

p ut 111~l~Or4 .114 .1 A., i )I "r am l -Iiji 11-41 a l li- ii ajr iI a I-I fa I ro
I
00 w d-- t ijl % tll*'iI h f tIl bijii l. o. 4 Ic- Tilt~t- 1 ai A lV'. 654tarf
-N-lt 14)t f e ill-ima'ot rta io'~ i' ibu'lt i' mhiie comm i t rio e -.i' ll o i.
bIbs1 of jce'm'-ecl Il~l e''~,oo~ ct'! ii t' ,.1 lfte te roliiir. 'i'i.-e

be-it g U i'v' i tlit. a mit'eeo.cits, re-b iiti i II it- mtat g i Iirati f eceloin II I io'f&I#- f'ci

I etid In', f iuoe liol t(, e) II# oj.' a iii l hti aI. h tt I o 't11 1 '1W.,III 4 f e' 11I, Il l,% 1 1111 I
"l muld r itivir fll c11 lle r- In'.lie I ahi zul le' 'l ic' le1 thou 1'rif

@ "'1W rIt .t ll ~. III- Idoto- fo'I t. iiallto't rijt'cs Ita c' 1 lo tirl"
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----ot-s-----*we.Asab 04. d, W._ i 11 4 1 -gme. w
_rvrke. Bis arse wasr Moran. al
1e was promoted to asuirtaunt (bi l
lw pfor tLh excellent of his work in I,,
M eae. The total expense for tlw ,f4 ,
Iad ~ b forre of the wser't W,.rsl ,e
Sf" MIL last Jer M was*1:O, and ban 1b4'
om Inventllration tlwy nacrd to ih,.j
Sb ira.te t ttw ItTer or government ovr 0-.0o. a r.
a mql l this work. The Theuks to the retr'l-ion nli--wcl 1 lr
bp dWoqrfledUns Mt1pt t he oirgntS. it I I now veryt dli'ult If. r
a@l t iold r cllo or qpa of de- the wcretary of the tre aury to it 4
on 9 aOw I d a & h of theb int- the wcret wnIer freely reven lit1i,;.
wMWa--s u trcey under ttw owe de.artment-for Inr5Iin4. L, tl I W
Ilp i blir Crve, aCnd In com- the to rrNTat wh;t they did wo, !
-M I vnmtom ani bove I- anlrably in the cawn of thil Ink con, -
I a I to be m ade by secret tract. The gorVrnm'ent In fuirtihlr crip,-
pld thy the law floriddln It to ('::I-
i W, fr which UMesIr ploy detec g6 U etiiHd are re ge rus crime and punish the wort
M I~, has b l ete t this criminals only by the uws either of the
i L t- im i esile and Mcret swrvk-e or of private detective-<. .
S11would tnques- To h;lauer it in uhlaig the oue and f,r.
Me ore strik- bid It to resort to the other can nure ResidentWi
be ignied of te to to heb lw fit of none sa.e the cribul-

S--" -" ---,-'-- be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18
to vesgate sub ll,. The facts above given r flow beyond
I h e sW te 1t, t ,o o rposib ilit y ol d .ubt t hat w hrb t I -thseh-C esd aa h e d b y
MOo-om roeslo tyof uIMt ttt Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by
Nowdoca most of written Prior to the enactment of the
who were p blk otnoxlus provision and what I bhae
Anoe smtive lbeaub slace writtenD 3 my message to the
oINOg state the "ts exaThe Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-
aeng ggt heade. thd rea. The obsalow prutovision isto

-S- -a -'t."e t"- sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,
Ur.* l WB th law at the Ume wb- I beor A
an@f--' M eIkie prais.l the, p rros AAboL
S .--- --. T "d h""o,--D t a tt The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in
-gomr Mb 100r 0o MMI typT Wid tar N4
bave been widertaken or woM bare
---Z base ZsJ wt gn BehaHf f Bush & Safford.
n a g s -a--,iIio advoo- o t dvtaman ru
a-re-Ws wan aid piabr t ef the heief ofd-
er weld have gome srsot tree Instead
at 99 being pe albed for thelr crimes.
MM we eet- kc a body a the scret s rlcv
pePIoers fet sit ch a body of trained Investigating

sO $0 0arato fro.s $gatin3,5 forc $3,50.00
t"urte ol tet Dgovernh 0t dOa

eidif f ret depart wo lt One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
Sw -.m aa i bot eIMt a l to iby f residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
S des ,i efthe m ost ecfBelet Instrument possible
osrtp e -tse t o imtarO outre the number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.
look Ge d^^ao mo eicuBi an I-nimment In th
mr da ngerous is if mtasued. To
"the argUmenat that a fore ,Uke this April 15th, 1909. .
i"a" i Gaor can be misused it is only necessary to
b- I "" big n answer that the condition of Its use-
P. el l* SW an t falnessf bandied properly i that It
._ l- .._ _. shall be so eIc-lent as to be dangerou t I V% r% Is 1M%


go" iavtoe ws m2ed to uamlt
1 i i crimcis under
bi M d owing pertly
kw-r tloon were e-
a etetso- hle pract ke
ped out, at least
T I. mt exteusire
e ft I a opium tn the
Mi eo s a ur department
L akgests of the rse-
i g gIn W &w Yurk and Seattle
stpreseri tom of the of-
ah Anstanie of the
siN wIi edered to the de-
t JutireI I the beef trust
at ( imego prosecutltlou
up and lues Indicted.
mllne semsdal In the agrl-
deportient wasl Investlgn4ed
l I nmrprMlble parties ornterd.
Wee dWe is eamecttlion with
Lbavstit is diselused In a
r ~nIrat to me by the rultel

Spitlet a df the Honduras Na-
I otp e ay, sumccssor to the
lItrvy eay, wee emttrety
tlf the asuet asrvte. *
wkVM wS accesmpusbed by
ai htis mubordinates. I
SL gt be Umey to recall this
Gm *and Owes.
UM kadgah thoumand dollars inu
te dUected by the goveru-
WM M the i0aol gry ese. Aga u. the
i etaet f*ald li the bureau of
vs-E s04 prtatiug (a bureau of
Lpsarty department was investi-
the Mweret enrkve aud tew
parties brouht to Justkc. Mr.
l Wanted In the debate that this
AIIot Ivestatied by thew -e.ret erv
IM, but kyWa erk "downu tbere," un-
Vylfa the O aprwsUm that tbhe chrk


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If handled improperly. Any lanstance
of abuse by the secret service or other M
Investlgntin fuore in the departments
should be urnsprlugly piuuls~ed. and In ladditii tol the lt'iail
conor ,a should bold itself ready at
any auld all time* to uvestllgate the O a letw SN IlHowtard
executive departments wheuever there Pa :t fir-t Is reamsou to believe that any such lu- .
stance of albuie has occurred. I Ila ill i" Votlig co)l
to eulpasb-e my more than cordml ac- To the fst six receiving the
queteuve Inu the vrkw that thi is not T
only the right of congres.. ,ut em- To ihe ccord ix rectiiO
phatlcully Its duty. To use the secret
service lu the luvestigaticn of purn-ly To the ncxt six ieceivia the
private or Ioliltical matter would be
a grolsl aoie. But there ha.n l n no 'lee il. I ...
single lustance of such abuse during' for a;lly vtiltle t Vhey t 1.
my term as presideut. h '
S118 t f' oI ,ll ,f Ithf'; Ill"
The President's Appeal.
In comu tluion. I m.ot eart.netly ask I t1M' tt at tof *
Ia the uname of tIgo gover'nuleut aidl to will I given ta ;'h of
decut admiulnstritnlln, In the naie of
bonesty asd for the Iurl ume of bring-
tag to JuAtl.e violators of tthe fede-i:al
I.ws aberrver they luuay Is found.
whvetbr In |pul)e or irirvute life. th.it H w and W hei
the action mltkeu by the bhuase last year
be reversed. When this Protlon wa.t
taken the senate c 'mmltttce. under the
lead ofI the late Seiiator Alliou. L\ha-
Ing before It a rtrengly worttld pr 't.,t The follow l:-< merchailnts
(Aplpendltx ![ froti S-r.tairy t',ortl for e\ery centt iaid ililt) thelr
you Ilke that be had sltt to Mr. Taw- goods hlch they h;t'idle:
ney. ncel,.ted the Me-retairy's v-wqI. The Gainesville Hardware
and the senate leased the bill In tlhe Ph fer Bro.
whalie presented by Senator Allilan i Hyde Tench.
nl the coufrc.ace, howe er, t. e hl'..' W r Vtes
'onferles Itimltetd aon the rtten,'lont Wfher Vt Ma
the protileu the) had inairtedl. nul, BIlallot boxesA will be. found
the ewhate Iylllhted. (ArpllendlIx 1 .- 1'- nifents of tht- ,nirch;itt- nil tIg
slots of a letter fromIlll retary (ctrtell Sun police o\'t. t l) lha
you to the l.te 1 lltl;i It. .llloun. to thet,. % tingi Cotite-t lb l;irt
chalrmanU of tile senate c'nni,:ltte. on (GalItBtlle. Firida
apprlIprlallt sii. dtlttI Mayy .5. s.is In i
It thb' ecre' try .lro' ,lt i ,rts her v 'a A- -
against the antiriHdAumnt to, the suidry T
4'1%1 iIlll art ihiflti a the.C th ie A a. nll i if t" I
"ary |ormin detalli-d or trarit.fterr.d
frulu the m.-cret am-r Lte dl l\lln H i
gives reraonr f.,r .u. h dr. ta,', rld IlI $1.25-Three month"' subse
au a|l> '1.dl\ i 1lA t i ai.,m q ta s in h tlii. i
the -at r ,t .sei ice Lmn Il.. ,iiti o ,td. $2.50--ix mcntbh' subscri
tailed eff-. ti. Ily II .--. .* .. -, I $5.00--One year's subscript
treasury de:,oartrln nt ]
Their r ..r f hei .- rei -r. e For a club of five one.year I
,pald .., ,,,.r ir', o.. ,,,. I For a club of ten six.mouthi
tOl e i lalu ria. i,. f llii fi rl, 11. li t ; Il.
to thIbe .al d r i. l e i i t !, !llerI. 1 1 liit
has L rftar ii. tl i ,.. I irli.-
urle that Ii tI.- l<'' i nlUiii 1 1 ir-. til.it! it, .-.fit T H E
iwr'- I e Ie 1 I .o-'d 1 l.i r,. t li r'.-I rl ne
Iieonic itd l It, a I -. tlIr, I i ihi. $1.00- One year's subscrip
departu.n., i t.,i ,, ,t.i 't.fr For a club of ive one-year I
t(he *,-ret -i r' i a ti.ia r, I*. -ti 1i ',
Itjue ted l l t ut % l% ilt .r l r I .I 1 'l'tIer, I- ln,, lia it
ot. It t sh-..u I t. ,-l. Ii il i ,r, t % 0,. t
that the s -re .r t Iv aI I -o-,t i1
detet( and Ipuni'h Ariiu.- -i..r. e Solicitinf votes by candid
is touad
THIODOLK IKouBM l | t
. %Ma HOuuse Jan tls I ta-


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Sthlere will le i* ,?tl hv Th1e Bluh & .Safford li.no (Co.,
Pl'iano, .iglit'een Tran-ferahle Du-, Ilil-].ls aine to i. u.sed(
.It ,'. :1 : wv II,'r.v.'r I I'iLit. 'l'hl .,- tlue lill? will Ix
t,.-t f:s follows, to pTr.SonQ r.si iligng ill .A14l-iu1i ('ouniltyi.
next to the highest vote, a due hill for each for....... 200.00
the next highest vote, a ie bil for each for ........ S175.00
next highest vote, a due ill for each for..... S150.00
* '..- utd lyv tle winmtr- ,r ( .ii ,.! dispo.-l (of to anyoi e
-* I. .T. 11i I w il l,. \or, 1 ,.ir fa e \'valiue u m|) the- iur-
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1. Tte cmiito-t is opova tu i!)1Y l~irJ1!
A lwohuat (cutUllt) '%1,) )i, kImaA)n b I)%.-(oth codiI(tor a
tit tlhi aato a-st ortouiched for 1 ) ie.111C rea-iutabir q
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2. No -i I itlolo v 0. Lit Iact.* 1,'o.-ro-Li t i'e of the :'r
Jrti#-t('rs tJ the alma-.nauim diua il :mmzl arc -ligible to
participate in i)i.- c (tm1to,..t. saud will jiartat )ioit Ill
S In. tInthe (.a't of a wir.understatndiuig beta eel)
catialidutt01 or (i ta ar.khitri tail nII Ilmh c Coltllt(
.itich cwoit rote-r-Y iav 11 r-fomrrat to the co'L-
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flUa lifiod to j*wflr do-(c ions
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DA.IL"'Y


A ,! .t t'w i' r%
tription .. .............. .... 100 vutL
ption ....................... 1,000 votes
tion .. ...... ... ..... .. 3.000 votes
ulscript.ons (before April 1, 1909). 23,000 votes


ST7'T


500 votes
1,200 votes
3,500 votes
30,000 votes


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much to '-tv I' of inth e It 41ill M4' 41 It I .
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.vtdemce which onabIl te! uatip(itr:
lottreU hoout of fiti+tIqn i t ] li'-
parter of .4 millionnof d.liu t fl; e
theboir promfleit str Thle rr' Ii, l *I
enabled un to discover esIome (i of t'-%
~ o ut N fraiulot In cmnre'. ti'e
the 0i'ett of e.vernment In, ?,
tit timb by groast Corporatloms
lr"t % IIt' .jiinI pt Themo, P"Al-l,12 4 haVe
uEsto got some of the evidence in-
ble In erdptr rto% r tti -rnvir'-
of the -*'tt'Ji4v.t a, d nj !I m ia-
wbtralm with Whom the anvernrnent
6mdel. both thnoeC nrervinrg tn tiola-
Ow the anti-trust I4w ar,,! oth --. T e
pment !S V. trl. .,q lof .1e, ie to
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.ia 441 1 *4 ii Ierkn I' p: !cair int tij.rl d- aLoIt
lie' elivi lal I tX:I.C.11pIt94 of tbl.' yafte
% Melon referred teo. Messrs. Parstoas.
I1.c'net and Drirh oll w'rc- the leaders
cif Ibtio e who) a)-pezjed the adOqption of
i he nm-Itnd nxntit usd ipheld thlie right of
he ppoverninar'u to use The moat ePIS-
,lent means pesoiullel In order to de
teqt erlunluala arnd to prevent and pun-
i411 cirltui'. The iane'nduient was car-
flee] lan the cominlttep lot the whole.
w b-re tano oteoie ito the mdli dual anem-
ber m v ret-urded, so I am unable to
flltcrlnlsnate It y ntnntloulng the meaw-
berq wbh rooted for and the memhers
s-lie.%-bed 41:igseiln.41 the'for,-% Won4ta. but
Itse pnawage. the jenrnual records. was
gree I Pl with apIlau.Me. I am well!


It Tastes Good and

Creates Strength







the famous ccd liver and
iron rne icin without oil.
Vinl is r. ach better than
cod liver oil and emulsions,
because, while it contains all
the medicinal value they do,
it disagrees with no one.
As a body builder and
strength creator for old
people, delicate children,
after si:kness, and for stub-
born co" -. colc. Vinol
is uneq .

W. M. ,i ASON. DOrmia t


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'IAINEGVILLE.

t e Ille exp-ist 1ture of
"e st- Ici. r. Tza iney


.. '.ll that he hald IiH 19
-n *.a I Ttte-r frecwn the s.'creaary
r, ttty rtwpe'ed a few dany%
I:. ',l-hb the secretary of tho'
hlI ti4.'lf sdais tha 1t the jero-
;1;r % lik-la the upprimpristiou
a 12l.ICIC lavie twutn vulate'd year
oinr t.n ra numanber of ycanr to


aware, however. that In any case ofi lii* own thl'airtnment." I append here-
this kind many members who have no 'Ith an Aplenldix A the letter re-
partlrular knowledge of the point at feared to. [Apwpedix A In a letter from
i.mle nar~. ontent simply to follow the Si-retarl' f lthe Trieneury Cortelyou t lend ,tf the -nmmlttee which h:ad con I the (chal:.ial ,of tihe c',lonimitte'i ln np-
iklerel the matter. and I have DO prfoprian; n- oif Ithli- iu* oflt e reprelsent-.
doubt that many member of the house; 'tlves. i.."t? April .t. 1!9.'. I'prote*t-
simply followed the lead of Messrs. Ing ai.'ins' t*.- pr-,porw) lt-w ahrldg-
Tawsney and S4Mlth without haring had In: t1 'I. 1tl!o f ,fl t.c*.'rettnry of thb,
th c ,pnritt.vity to Inw very nioch a ta*nI '. v t 1i1 '-il so r.ft ser!ce f en
to the rights and wroengi of the qote- '" I; r 3C *-I' ,' f :;< <,'.
Mkan. p' rt!'e:i.. -.t. li ;ha i.:m i : tie
I wnuld not ordinarly attempt In this' '"-lar- would be t"distlttly to the nd
way to, diirtlmlnate between members va"tal:e of vi-,lnteri of criminal stat
of tl#,h house bhut as ohbietlon bha !een I "te- -f the I'l iteu Siates."J It makes
taken to my language. In whlih I sim- 1o "uc-h d .icdnA.-itin as that whl hi Mr.
ply spoke of the actkon of the house T'1wt w nl ,Ig-is. It euitaits. ton the
a4 a vhole'. .tand no*li t.rnaittll v thrte is c('stilr .r. as you, will se by reading It.
a d;.-i.r." tih.at I h.ua;ll I>ds dltrisu.rl- "n emphaticc protest against any sohe
Ilalt. I I i!l atl: l.11 1 thll.ik the re- 'l a ridgeientl of the rights delegated to
blponsicilityii r.es'ta on the Cmmilttee I t thee secretaryy of the treasury by e.-
on ;lil.rl,,li'i.,l! il.4 utilrir thi' le.ad of the lItlng law and concludes y as ert-
inialo-l..ia ito .lla I nhav e tlnuead. Ing tllt ha e ,"lt iquire within hli rights
Rep to l qu et h er Evn~id I eIn tlus ennloylitl the .senrvkie of theme
Rpte to Request For Evieneo 'angenIlt" and that tine pronp.-ad walfl-
N,. a. t tho e .requ-est of the con- ,I clon which Mr. Tawnery succeeded In
Ire.. tIlhat I give thbe e idenae f(,r my Inenrling Ithr,uth would he "distlnctly
stuat.tut,,nt Ihat le chief argun In the advantzitage of violators of crlml.
favor .f the. plenii.l.,n wasn that the aml statutetts of the United State-s." I
conrresmriu did nit themniv.lvew wls-. :Il attentlna tti the fact that In this
to Ie ive.vcitliated by ow n sorvi.e iter of Se'reanry fortely.vo to Mr.
hen. pt o th Io Tnwtlyv. an In my letter to the speaker
Tbe part of the oresl'onal leordl quoted below. the exillllt statement
to whi-h I have referred abe t- Is nide that the pronlPd change will
tlr.ly uplports this tlat.muent. Two Ie for the benefit of the criminals. a
distlt Iliirci (tof .irgumucit were fol ta tlement bwhkb I sImply reIterated In
lowed ln the tl. i-lt 0 Oe conAi errand ublic frm in la, nmeslPlle to e on-
th" ,'niestIlson -or the w" w-- igrem tta il yrear and whctb is also con-
rauter lt ei' el. P. i.. Ile o- r tbhe ti-iret ineti in efir.t In the report of the
erv. I eit ari e-ii .i r 111:11 the F t'i treasury to the con
tri-:.tiry, unid t hi, did ueit t eu b L the .. ,.
nrit' of tihe tsrvice In the .leas.t. Th *Private Conduct" of Members
.Ith.'r lie 4..f artrnle t'. t tn' t ttue te careful rtat digo f the u g I resietla
m ..rit ,f" th ...ri... l>h-il.r la 111.wful ,ful r.a of the e ln-
or ua lI: ii tu tl) l', 1,, !. n. l ;ii. 1 tl l It*le *-iord 11l nliashow lhuit pr :wti.al-
i th.. It li t lie' .t? :r i.. '! ,,'. lv th n ll 4ll). r it Il.Int. l ah :tw n d In f:ia
.i.s ilA.,t it.'' .-M ..i -el I 'ut l r ,f t!, iltuitatlin prolmned bty Mr.
l. ii.. I r. trri t,.e1 I1. ..eI -, it i- T4a T .'%,i eo niitlte e .' n i1 wh.t ,may
.4 ... '... .. v l 9 .1 (.. e "l IC* 1.- *' t tlll- l tiV Itllpill
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Il. ib- e h-, oi? of th-' diltaluntand hisa
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am A l.*tteir dAt-d Ai'ril IN JIM&,
f14,11 eI.-:1t llik~e ai-samI %@ MIN
ilwan tI lit t torudry- It U bill of t*m
jorijtl.:'ol.-on fir "m merrvk
iTbe .:tiy people lbov ted would 10
Itlia % rur wi-4rat of 1 1he blt ralirud of
%ls.. I)l/tlt't'we a r1r tv)Ing to VW I
.4't ~ r wem t* .1 we're the words of th
I-n4rt<. ITl~ae .4I lotd -do(T'd I
Atl fl1;1 1Irto pre'elt Ithe U t1S. KU00n5
Tamwit,e-. Nt-I !AmIth Sand their feflw
aa'ininlovrie on 1tweajo~rtoguristlotimceWn
alltv'q pald tu ohtd to the pt eam
ndlA nm te l(moxlfous ro"oM WW
I mwbruierateij In th sundry clvi bll It
was lwmluuiile for m to cilawWor
q!Is'ua It on It amrItaI &Isoow
hnre dourbad ft be b Ib a separe
bill. Therefore I be saw' m *AWN 0
nuty metheld avmlebh, that of dbhm
ins it in my Inw'be to Cevg = 4
an WI efforts tobe aeueWho 1 1 mg11
as prqorr treabI S e tWe w
wltb out recurI, le phi.o upakf
failed I bar eae skes ph md ad
rwily and haveOW fth1t110 "
extikit tferm
(I ere the pmdroa Nk
in which the =v Y i
bees Ilmrmm It U bs
flow orfselm". 4~
citing qeupwely at* had
Em cmwrtgin wib
Pwimeettsi th uvevm ----
cm secured the reiwsr be C
min ererm h a o
lag leadt em Cemie at -a
2,000 se-ye ('t ml~u~qmJ had, I11
arn wow lwrs'dlg bvdv
aes mcnr.
Department's Asg SIfU
All them. Lay t
-seg swere madb le
of Vr. Hltchrrb. th lm~
cit Mr.'Im R do amin
tbat tbwer wm 001r110
mIt ted Em hIs bb p
ra itka tctam St
firr..hlau that Md OW
his own odtu he ft #0
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gai,111 rapblou Ir
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Graham d tllA
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Intltt that the ni,:i shall **tl., le ouse
to stop counterfaeltlng. t!. ,I;. I I:. sgo
on:
Co.tgrces d^"* sot Inter.:! to have I
rF *. r ainy other kinJ of m' .'.'* el
polk-e to Ib unlS by thte et.z.-cut .I*
apartment' a:.ittnit the IxIlgla'tve lbrI- I
of the Sovernnmnt It ha ha e n uo UA4
and It I.* ru.ected that It han 1et. n
usml rv<.t*ntl. The. I.gtsl a v
branch o.f thi g iovernritn t will not tc..r
ate the meddllng of d.'tectlves. wh.-'tit
they ritpreep nt the prvelnt. cahln.-t o'.
4-ers or only th. msel4ves *0'
Igr -Omen re.s nted the secret Interferei.e
of tIhe s nreCt servle' mn who ftor *,. ,
rhnadoned ,nmer ofthe most refrrp t
mc.rul..-r of the hota* and etnate '
1hrtn !t wa laseeo\ro*d that the .., i
ServieV4 me n r CIe t hhnadonian coii&r. '4
me ,i there was a storm of i.lltLnatlon I
th *.->ldtul. and J i t, but' r. .i o s' r- .
!-ci.,ie h: ,lis.h.l 'end th. piprop-*as'
f..r th 'w prr -aot in of c.,,n' rf.-itln. "'"v
o A t .another lime the chi- f
Ih. ", *- rv'.. had hi ;-'-*** t.i,'<
r'oji'frc'-.'r 'i a n :h i tview to iniolv ;
t. .1 a in a' -1;- th would n a.ei1.'* uae
bur.'au 1.t diltate to th-mn as the prkuw of
allt n e. The s*erct service mwn
have r shwn an inclination agaIn to
sh:. liw ian m:n'r, of ci.eCr,.a. knowing
th, m nto be lwmakers and this It no
Joke P'-\,rntl of the de-partmwnt have
a kedl tcongre-am t for Iseet funds for In-
v itlratli'n. and the treasury department
wantrl thie limitatlon removed from the
arlp. pao ltion for Uisuipprre-in eMinter-
ftltlng This shown a tendency toward
Fouch.-inm and a ecTret watch o otbter
ofictlarl a than thenlve.
At the time ft this publk-ntkio the
work uf the secret nervlce whkbh was
thus assailld Included especialUl tbe la-
restigatiuon f great land traud la tI
west ami thebr Nuring of eiklece to
help the department of justice la the
beef trust Ivestigatlom at Cbh rao.
whbkh resulted la asMlcesftl pruoseo-
tI on,
la view of Mr. Busbey's puositk I
bare accepted the above quoted state-
menta as fairly exprening the real
meaning and anlmas of the attacks
made la general terms om the s of
the secret aerviar for the punishneut
of criminals. Furthermore. an the per-
fornnman of my duty to endeavor to
find the feeling of congresamea ou
pulled questions of note I have tr
quyetly diussled thi particular mat-
ter with members of congress. and oa
such oux'ckm the reason alleged to
unw for the uastility of couogr~e to the
s, i,. i wrT i e. both by tbIMse who did
niM by hose who did not share tbis
hfliillty, wen*' aluimet Invariably the
msae as Itbim*e st forth Ini Mr. IusAey's
artkle I tmiay addn. Ily tON' way. that
theme alleguatlbJ, as to ibe etewret men'-
k e are wbil.i without foundatloo In
fact.
Real lasse Nated.
Iut Jil of l th li .t of It!:s-!tiuiti'aut lu
| r. inii 'e ( li.ipa;ri l iittb the" I auIU the
el il t-'l"e 'Ilihls i 14 l i*i|ly., Does
,,nigrerM desire that tThe gulerumeU t
aI: ll baire at Its dil s.al the most
lrilent Iniarurment for lthe detection
of crliinjals ad the pre'.ilstiu and
lI.latll-blnlt ,f lTrluut. ror dot-, it not?
T'I :I' tiLa f thiw h uIe'. lI.atli m.1:ly was
r.uplhullkll'iv ula als tion ;: ulist the Int
te*re't of Jutle *-I of W .1i i,1illn | >I ;t1 ,lh.14 1 I 4 In l lt ef-
fe, f t.r Ilij itl i il' Io I( ; brea ket rs I
1l',l 114, I *%% .l A lllt: lhIt tll ,il t1\
\ tal r I, ,a;l. I I "n It..' ilacille
thai 1i a i il i '.. .- I ftle Uf aw lia b I
P|neiti. l Mi I.-i i: o. "' <. f 'a h it at i< IN ti t i ;i n Dow
a .ilit Y l to r* o.i ;. ILtee r I. 4 ,,
I'.,r I i : lfi'*** I ei ** l '' nte'd ni y eI lf
t: li ,i I,. i' t g, to r-iuatil tbhe
Ir.I*-.ll II too lo',:it 4 rl' -tr ihg |iN'll Ak
Ing sIIfrrttly I' n ir th"' uei,'c't with
th ,'e luT-rl>*,.r t Ita". I le le''e'tv l knew
atythIlug utf the tialterr t d coitrinli
blealtgll ulL(Lally ouly Il Ithe ordlary
i'lhAliIels. as tbriugli the hr '-rttary of
timb treasury In a Ietter to the speaker
11t April ). protestinc against the rlat
tang duown of tbhe approupritatiuu rtallU
iafce'sary if tIe llitel-tate tuuuWie't'r
uuutI.IAlus ta e, tCirr) tulu r* L
the twelntetltb om'ti of Ifthe lipbiau
Law. I addled 'The pr,,alui* abIoutl
the *miup) uet uof uthe e' rvt a-rvk'e
uenu ll1 wlsk aerr ,real damage to
the Iveruu vent and pjtsaih a rime "ltIre in uu
flauk fuLNAb uuatery than lahs agialit
'pl JI tJ crlUilala eMtl J tfa"r our
4d.4ctlive." t1 lu'iusw c'up|y uf the
hbuek leo'tr., arkw~ d lnaala t'
'SLb. Weu^

W. m. MASER.
A TTORNMAT.-LAW,

.. VOLICITOR IN 1A03A3

,*A1W3SVILL5As.B
(0"e.is Inow~

F3RDIXAND SATUIP
ATrONRM AT LAWS


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provd a malau.i
m OOki&& OW -- 21t a
SIlet of what @"mrroin -

J. A. CALLZ,
ATrOR"hY AT LAW
Ami &MlMW in Bef3


'talpUsies. All buslme
att oded to. 0..seat to


't'HAN& CLAMK


Tim. W


CLARK A k FIELDING

lAWYer



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THE DAILY srs:

IN S C D 1,111.111 1 .4: 1 4 .1 1. IIt s ic'aa a I,.
ws OF Ci~r AN) 1... 10 1It:4" .14-t 1 a)
C-1-ilir 1% awl t- c~c!~r3 scht
COUNTY COPMENISEDI 1~I: :ar r


lT'ERt OF GENERAL INTEREST
sECURIDO Y IUN REPORTERS.

SHMas Happened and What Is Go
In to Happen-Perscnal and
Social Iterns cf the City


goet a ine 'I ticket at Rutllerford

K razk Toml-w6%i (Iif RIt'%, i1 0
)et~toir 1o
gbe- l atio-iit [ict paid t.) lad ci-
at ut hi-rf-eord Ilte'turaoi.
#Woke Mad~~ ts 11 ~kll?. or. : tsr,
Srfe at ml.Ys Slli at OcIll-
cha'pn SrvfM of Alachua oau
the visItoru rs 14) Gaitii-% lle Mop

Smnwmber thei Electric Ttu-'atir, to,
t. Two hours oi picture **xhilition
ten cents.
N. N Detiach, the sawmill man of
ese. %aLs transacting hlu-)iaer- iia
Sity yesterday.
It3. Harville and Mr. Maijehurs of
Alachula were among the out-of
visitors here Monday.
lwanks Chill Tonic in guaranteed to
chills. feevr. co~ldsl and Iagrippe.
ybgue 2kc. gold by W. W. Johnson.
eapt. A. Paul 'ft )e'tcrdtI) tot'
colaa here he' gcti, in the inater
of tb f, i fd d it.. i of th- land

better r tw haafd than sorr).- Se
Ellis; ht*ll tell you Vi.. C.& *Iu-
presecisig, ri-pait hag 2213 W. Main
t, Soth.
Type'Ariti-r ribboini- for salt tat thlik
Tho- bwt on ;( h ivtark-t It ()I)
uty-flite ceta t. All colw atnd for
on all ttllltard I tachi-ic!-.
Aftc rno- m -I' o' i t lIcc kk anld
t at 7,--' th.' Il'-Uic lh..trto tor
cents % ill iea .1 tiw% -c-ri-,. of
res Mt .* I' (c.rt.A.I ; 1
Wbe "4Oia.CII- 11fooett. l i it, tS4 4 Ic


k. AI i,;
Miss Adala It. C.oughlin of St Aiiguz.

the last e* caraii d.t. a a, OA ge;-t
Mrs. J. E. l'utvh, ret tr.Aiil to l1
yeh.tc-rday.
Mr. and VsShi.Ids Warr, n 1lft
rday for Ap.llachivla l' i..-r'- I he-'
V spetid thei. 'i u-x ft-% da) s ?i.it
Iattter's Ilplrtvat. .Iw'iit' and Nlro.
W. Johiodonle.
tMiss louise Sisaapceoto 1.-ft i .-
W'llibutin, wlivre Oil- %%,I- otalll-
Ill er oMffcil racoInui, i a it oited
kit*. he. %ill l1t.- .0,A ,tI.:itti
1hr the n,-xt io %-S.- ks
,. Ike insIlet ..LteI144- la jl d olt
,1~1 I atin tnoW pro sar-' I It ifill :l
~rs for ,iaSall n111s111.4.t. I I
1, S ; Alark. -al,... tl i s. epii :.t.a ll
!It A. DA 11o it'r I'i Posac-91


SUULDEN WHO ALE SICKLY

wtsr*~~\,.' bA ,lrr A.-r
S a rc-o r 1. *tds t I.- 1.
t a'

61, oW t j ''-4 1 N A li't
or'c ~ t cr\ I) : tr ,
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' E..- I': li i ii i i t i I.- o
(' ( 1 1. 'i 1 1 % i \( I' 11 i d .
( lihlr,.u hi r. I I. \ i I .l ,ra .- .
... d t t d, I 2' !I I T :.. A;t ;t t I
sit. rtls .i .i**ho .- for tl\iq c' it-
I1. ( ('l,;t (ih of l n old liiio
,n I i I.intl lo .M ltqallol' Ha.t' li. iltiik:
,lat i'. in h tlie citl .<->te.rda;.
Pure applle clder deli\terc-d to any
art of the city for one dollar p. r
:allon. N. Franclsco. Phone 22..
T. W. Shands. President of the
;aitus'ovill' National Itant. ll'ft yes-
tcrday for a short business visit to
SIrtrn sn.
5 CENTS DOZEN-That's m. price
on nice, ripe bananas am long as the
17.', hunches last. Free' delit r> .
plho'i.:. N. Francin tc.


('Cat Ne's I of N\wbI-rry one of the
',ronliti'iit citixzris and Ipresident of
the balink th.re., was inettling his-
friends ini tlhe city )eh'terday.
.Mi Julia Wain right. onr' of the
a '-.-l-tati ill the- musical d.lupartnu-nl
of St-tl,.ii I nii.vrslitl at Ik*iLandl. left
yesterday to resume her duties at that
itAl itf il.tt h
T!h re, i ritl:!ng r.ore reflrcshing
thani a gila.m of pure apple cider. I
.-1ll it for 5 cents a glass or one dol
lar per gallon. N. Franclico.
I't,,, **' : -
Tiel I. 4l' tiil ( lllt i i'K.Ilt titl' l irllll 1
the tli Lp(-on I i'rirt.-'1 will I-lu\r to(l(da
*,r tl t i'::l I to i'- liiI thifa ir :t sLti -s.
a; foll.-': Mi,-- .Julia HIuntch. l.aw
renc-t' Jack.-on antd ('ori liteli'tt.
"lr lThirn- t h-tl.ric( Oil is the
t.t rciair-dv for that oltei fatal di.-
a-" -('rl"up. Has In' 'n u sed asith
succe'sS in our family for eight \',.r.r."
Mrs I.. W\hittearre. ItuIfftlo N V
\. M MIlitch and Ivin iiHldtr of
SIItaa FI-' e.r.- anlionl K tl' l'.iitors to
the li -iIt e'.te. rdayV T'l'i y ca tlI oi)l. r
'for Ilh' llaurpol- of alttiedinK the
niletilig of tilt. old (Confltf'.rate' .e-t
**r.ti-.
If you want to become the proud
possessor of a home by paying mosth.
ly lnstalments In amounts Les
Tb.:. LR:it. you ;an do it C.anult
it. i Colson and be convinced Call
>r rite to me, 114 West Main Street
Calnesvllle. Fla.
If ,onu want to bu) a high-grade plt
.lmi. S"*e* t.lJ' Jesse Frt-nch Piano Co..
.at il1hir iti w Ftore in thie I(raihnar
btiildilig WR handle the lsveialay
. ta r I l l n Xinlf. t ,n! ItAdnlillcton) ;illd

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PIANO


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CONTEST


TQrPE3S


iPor


Addrau


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YOUR BUSIN ES
S<*li-itl.I aitl ill I.. ; *.'i.8t,,l l1v


MMFE =u., UWKERS


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GATN"El1ISTLE 1:. Ilr, JANUARY 3. 19c9


GCL81RT


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EAR SA
AR AmLEua


WEDNESDAY MRNLi6NG, JAN. 6


Greatest ale of the

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To w 1aMOW,
pl her wavdb
a PI bwo -ron-
umt 04 w.1b1 m 0
iOeWANl S 1 "
Stina 61.






pIt"1L &
gem!# & do f
j ~-*.*Apo -ft., t IP
mlr~moo*


Phone 1I09


Capt. C. L Tbigpin of Waldo was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day.
'Col F. Y. Smith of Alachua was
fl;i Ih ci,;l l ?c l*.r i>l ..;,*c a,..ai r. In
the ('it) .-.h-turd.i. .


(;i. Mi'.-isi hlft t rti;.A for At
liatIla. whli.re hI'. will rt enter school
.Iaid coi.implveit his course In the dental
, r i'--- i' ,i
All th,- pictures for this week will
,*' Ii-w .;.i;l attractive at the Electric
rth..itre- Chlildreu. as sell as adults.
teu ceuts at light.
Miiss Ida Ilurkhlm, who is visitinU
1 .laIkslbonille. writes that ahe is en-
,hring her .ialt Immensely and that
.h vill Iot r-eturn to the city under
.


k a6 Je.osi IV'. Juckion, ths veteran
-lothling e ali'epu-un of Itrousmo. was In
lit' c i'. t cstterday. lie reports that



A, to' Ii\ ~ 3-1 tile' ul te Ie-t ,-1.el
Ill 1141%1 t* tate of lift





I'\III il- t.1
N~i~. Ni. l.-' sLaso hab been
d '.., -at SalatIA



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t. jt t i t 1 ..1 4 1 t- i s i
Ii A t.t AI tA '. to si II -lr d
t e at la. ,.r .afte-ir
It: ii: r, .t If ~l-li t-of ilt-3

I Islit-c I (pill I) i Io s I I I


I IIt 1 t 4it 11I6his

\I 0 1 \ a- A .1 1I1a i',I .ae Iitdt111
Ii l111. I.tit 'I I 1 1.1 f1,1 lacelit 0i tsI

at' s of' jp .!,A tiolsa AtImita tIa teaci iale'
Ilost-# a it isIt,1 at11 11C lla t-tic. ijita (of. (;.41

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114 t it W e r IAtrIaaIeAIatA IUIS(Nl-f

t. l'-iu I t-hljtsg r thcriebua
Iile-lit I.)I

Adikltea~l Sheet "sao*ae p Two.


Phbie J


I hbay Imago "G -

-m -- -I -
pilewI96ebla" I e ft
Isb acen caes s fllum
SLa -m U~ab -Y_
have bees b*-O.gh p
arihiskema" sbe

I deal k
an Work. I on"s ~
eam" am ON do plum I

salsiobg to va ad yu M
b G-f ow r Q" ft as
bet IMhp.a m6 MMi ds



Els a" N. Norli&
00l~l t01


"a lasertles. but mW aduvrtla
meat takes m r I e taoI a-a aL
word make s ae; no feratlaalM aw
every word over each alx esenL ua
an additional liae. CASH tn vaa ee


must accompanyal U orders for laeur-
tion In tLis column


FOR
i'll"%


FOR RENT.
RENT -Five-room cottage. Ap
T.,o E. berty street


.'()1I RENT -Iurniia-Id
Ali


FOR SALI


FOR SALE-Hlouse an
East Main and Ilou
Apply at Dally Sun o


roims,. smod- dtI i SHu- p j
jlI) .oe,. East


L. a Picti *R i .. .,j
d lot core 1 L U h
ndary streets.
Moe.


WANTED.




% ED- A r tom v vl h v rit. Bc.
Ii aii Av ;o, I i 1rtaIi h -9 1 411-1.1it .
iwi -t lot ro .4 i~tis lt *a,!,i m. I .It '
46 s''


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Fewti""sfro Yrnm&Ihed PwP8I- M a "
Work nuJ
Relerense'. AddL
LuwE-e & Rates. AIXOVILU,
Aiicrcun'-Hili Co. flA


First National Bank


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Established Over Twenty Ter
capitalal, $100,t iOU .( Surplus, $50,000.00

muT STATE meUmS

....We Solicit Your Business....


J". Idri, rajubg
JEJ. i crJ, VkrrIPrtm


H. V. Taslor, Clsir
Lu. Uoran,. ASt


MRS. R. WXLSON


TBush & Safford The ainesville Sun. I.

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