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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 6, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01538
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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, W EIDN- 1.IAV. J1 ANI' A l1 Y. 1909i


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kI~oNo -^4t NTuesday- .ie!

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the cuurts,. In lbihullink roadod-, the,-r.
would be no s'lch si:all d,:i:h rnate
linn milti ould i|-rv,\,nt 14'ig I- rin
ConalctK fromNt blcii uie-dl l ririateintl
,n t i mloranr c:nillps. The (coiilil>
loner of Agricullture linltcs attncliti'll
to tie fart that we stand Fllt-ir. antid
alon ,' in lea'inxig o lli.ln. Ilack and
white,. fy" a nionltd 'coni.ideratlioin. amid
that we, aga!n ltand alone atnong the'
States In lea'-ln the agd. the die-
crept and th-e oiUil Thei commls-
4loner rec slon be made for the detention of the-
wontmn and the infirln on some farm
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COUNCIL TAKES ACTION


ON RAILROAD GRADE


Mayor Davis Istructed to Have Ordinance Co.

plied With--Monthly Bills Paid.


i to .t every and from every
p ofthe State corn expresilosr
a meriue M~ ects. A Governor
to fortuiat o l havil obtained theis
vartoms eTreaslo. They manlfest.
however. aa absolute impilbility of
a ime carryl out the many diverg-
at vTwa expr ed. But a few of
the sulects will be to eed upon.
Osd ted-a ad Coviots.
"Maay a. speelally interested In
good read. Everybody should fauor
good rads. %..i,, w,:;ld all faIor
th if tUy did not cost money.
0000
"While apeaking on the subject of
roads, It mit be well to refer to the
o -vict question. You know that
some of our people would like for the
Iate convicts to be worked oni th-
roadl. On account of recent action
of the Georgia lAeIslature the count
comalasiLotrs of some of the Georgia
countless met with the view of determin-
lag how many State convicts could Ih*
uned by their re~peivcve countitlo i::
building good roads.Ouhr State I- \vr.
reppoasive to say action taken by out
great elihb'erhi SLi.- T i. lu
to proximity, and among other rea
aso too he tact that so many of o:l
good etlae ea omen from G Oorig
oame thluk that in usilag the conli ict.,
on the road the wIork will Ib doit
for nothing. They forget that in ro
doing the county hlstes ita part of the.
hire of the counvlts. and itll in a'd
ditilo pay Its eaot of mlialitelnmtiHtce o
the ealvictr. Th. r,. i a:i..th-r rr-a
wai buallmitarian. which would
(fIerate aaI lut the use of lr uo :
term coavlcts -. l l ti"' **n:; 'r.r.
caIupsI ai ed by thl- (,IIz .(
Thb" ronvict camps anI. lr w fl wlih Iron beds. leriais Il.iri .
fliiankets. plllows and she ct'- I .it
aud saniltry arraguPuleit" ;i.t! ; ,t
foltable bhouse 0lion it .E '
I coimlskioner of aTgrlt ltur. )t Ic r.*. '


4 taI lna many Wate. t0e4 til. r I
I l tI rnilehe me the follow ii llio ,n
L l a O-uralt d coinclde t w,. 1.
It i' Thte Cllinum r of Stae- ,ri-p
asem ~wof the I.l;i latur v-
.ami a of the I nairl ialurk .4ra handled during the )year I' -. .-.
agmmrka at the ilauturaI u aretaks m
i t e mature of a message Thto e nui r u l li I,,,'
Lduriong the e a r w 1, iOf t e ,
*I .alaer. In our State the con- hr of i )lt.e -i r lr
PwIgl'a the lnauurraltlon thr.,.- .hi.. v onlu. fIr ifth 1 <* I
O fltTusday after the flr.t
SJaMuary, betag three
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i)I'p nh rte MAW. it. is to 1W- l The City Council met in regular
Ahat his repconimendatliou mta)- s4)othe'r .tiotithly meassiot on Monday night.
-ir later prevail. Atte-ntion I ,;tiinltt.d 're'id~jeut Shands. Aldermen iBroomnie.
inore I(articnlarl) to the cot(0iut 4'Qe5. r:."tt. Cannon. (rmv4s..Vidal, and
tion. bwrause It Is liable to b4w a sub- -i-rk D ill ttitl adance-.
)petl of legiblative action at thle com- o :faat.-n ot th-1)a-Deo-:aeln-r ttet-sting
lax sFesxlon. "0e--vtr.- re-ad ateel I Ilerot e41
"In our court., the technicalities of MiasLail Aitior, rt-iuortetd $1i* 1.7 col
'due process of law' often 5)revall over l-tr. I ble' t'llicia
4ho- justice and real merits of ithe case :-;L:. rf .4rtt. _' mater rt-citn, ol $0-~21o:
at Issue. i
at b-s~~~e. ;a\414. *-2.t.. 1(4i-es. $A.
Drainage and School"s. fal hi g Ib Ills wt-re ordt-ri'd
Much has be-c-n said Mhomet the Stat :Fiet
'whim 'In hotior l.tmcd' it) draiil tb.' iectrc Vower(G.(W.
%-vergladc: .- !lIM!:aki- $1 2t7,-.- l: ka- $ .1 A. Naftzg:ir. $ 1..1.E
lands under the- act of Ceduircs. b ~n $4.'.: W. A. Je-idwaii. $0.
wbhih otlher Stat receicel theirs.) i1'5\i.S ()&Olik. 241 co-hItI Ise-e ('oil!-
Our #4 IhrNo i:' :t,1 Ne I. 1. $241- 1 t -(Co'ellleeatk% N'o
I~-c ''r 1~'- :11 loI:;.wn Itajuet i aruid~:ri- 0).
i ,~ rz t,) r -Vr mlfer:-f, lE. A. O*Neill. $2 410.('Cvu-nc-. -- !e.I
..'* i (- f (I t '- -f** t ,I -( Cr t \Ir Iicr -a. $ Wat.--
oficeer. (io f-ni\ other S. Lt.-.h-i tv 0iL Il1.1
0t-e ;.#v Iflot'of Ilhe h.'mor bt"mv.ti'l The- ,,e- !1 -l\* .$7 e 1' t.
; atr.-r of the' drailna!- (-f0K1'" It'i- of T.Ill. !A.$ [Iu %i;-v I-it
Iii State b ais it ite'e jrs- .-t iti lk T t. ; 2 l
itleit I, to be' e'e'-littt(C! a, te 'tdt .$.' I. ~ 4ree-
tht'f!s % I rr.'tI,., it tt,, I E4.(!1it er t I on \VIl ~iti-. *:. ;-m e- ilt,- Iae
Mti'ere should be' comi-IIte ri-el-s'-to4 \ a14& r..0 1.1 ic h & Cee p 2ie
A rt X11 of thse- '"it. Eromi-it:tltion. F 1,111,1Z. kilh s. ~ Still. ':.

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%Oak thing. There will te
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If t We Valk d ar u ftse s
o iiml, trey have ai 1h ar thm,
6160090 of Me Iwllh.

A Wise Provision.
L'UI IP'a Ito luiit,-d to the


N"llr.-. 1-4)1, Tucker. Mvby; i~tl
Ac( Oli' er. $1 7.oll~.Ihz(,"et$ 4

toiar.- (Co.. $ R2 w. %. SiiM I:. 1: lieu.
-.(i & Son.. S--.7.-1 C. M. [DOI.. a0eeig~ft
$77.7.e: .J. 1. lNe Di. -igitee$11L
Stre .'t fmidi:l K -l. -V Spiriigfield P.0"
Ho~lle-r IOt $1t 1 .13 1 *-,to )!h rs' fund:
It T. Ar:ivW. $Ol.. II. I owens. $54;
JNI M. s'ii. $Io; W.S lrode$5
Ala( Hin1 Comity Aht-tr.act Co.. $10;
T' It. i-:iik. Slip!'i. (,1 t~aittfund:
It. 1'. AmoA V6. $~77. Ph-tinhg fund:

.Aldte -rzaiwi Iturnvtt iio\.-d that the
Olrk sie t lie lii\*r' ies-n of the city
a1nd (get her c.orr-it hidis for runni
thle' stree-t sprinkler in4r day, and m
iN irt at tOls'te- ~ tw t mo-vllii of Niouneill

Aldernimai I Iuriinett iijidied that tho
inavor be inst ructo-d to force the A.
11. I.. r~ilway to lut the-Ir roadbed a
gradle- tstabhlislwdel lIo th- r (Lt: and co


East Main street was also discumwd
t:t- to4,11,101g lsam~e III, to) AA i1iegtas
'It'd It 'd ai Aa4flizall' 4-i! Ai that the
-treet-o t aei l- 1-( 0* 11.1:11 I hi. cod~
anid rotINort to t he c-eiiiid
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TEE DAILY SUNLo: OAI*4v KV[lR VOIWA, JANUt4RY 6, 1909


- CO-TIN

IN PIANO CONrEST

F 1 l6ing I- the re-mult cf I':l lot !.ui
"00t104 Oil It 3 4 o C,.'1(,,711-- A., alt. r


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:ll-." Katherine Iallie. city....
1 pil of L I .'essle liupre. city... .
4 \!i~ s IM rlan Fila. city ......
.1 St.WThh ,.se MI. l herlcYnlhrt .. ,t, ......
"|lU.1.. .JsMa Nannie Dickinson. cit.. .
i -a- Mita Alma PrFunell. c!ty.......
Misst Jessie Evanm. city........
Sat Miss >A. Groef. Newthrry......
> rrchmiss J ulia Carter. city........
__ Ai t .\lis A. Strickland. Waldo.....
Miss E. Strlgftlltaw. Hlawthorn
S--.J.. IMrs.. Ware. High Springs ....
"l C ,W. summers Mas stelle Beal. city.........
4s0.0mwei M l-- Minnie h8bawl. Afa.hua..
S-- ss Mabel Baaches. cit.....
SMis Prto Strickland.......
p lllll l Mh. IC mma Pudonn. cl'y....
-- MIs KLw IC (ato bilcanopy....
*t *aKMins t DaCoMta. city.......
SMiss Iir ti Shpard. .i. ...
Miks Am- eMlllv, city.......
SMim- Aa'- Sevillle............
Si m Ar- M-- e city .........
Es s J JasI McDomald. etty....
JOJ. 4LSampler 04 M
M MAb O" rlM w ther Jonll. Waldo.......
3Ify 4* HMimss Iaby Albright...........
,- w ~Mis. A. WSargnt..........
1 W ew ifr h UlMis Golle Lambert. eity.....
H we r h MissU L bauder-. Hawtborn....
MO o n* .fMiss ermandes, city......
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We solicit your

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SOCIALL UPS AT WACAHOOTA.

Plale, PI-eMs s,,d Danesos Petu of
Holiday Feutoitive*.
WACAHOOTA. Jan. 4.-Xmax was
eledrated aI a moat pleasant manner.
The Immediate neighborhood met in
float of the hospitable home of Mr.
ad Mrs. V. P. Smlh and had a pic-
ale.
The morning was spent In games
and pleasant conversation, and at
soon a most sumptuous dluti r wa.
spread on a long table under the wide,
spreading onkP. The table wa, ladenu-
Led ath all the good thingl.. thnt th.'
thoughtful ladies had Ipr'pi;trcl I:
would be too lengthy to give the lenu.
but the dimnaltr wan trau'] :ir' .; all
did full ju.iice to it.
On Xmas night the young folk.4 all
pent a delighttfl evening at Mr and
Mrs. J. W. Bradley'o lovely hoii,.- aidt
had an Informal dance. Mr. and .IMr.
Bradley are charming ho.;, anld hoo i
cir. and the yoiing folks know that atn
Invitation to their lioiit uLulcii aM de-
lightful time.
Mr. and irs. C. (i. rI r. eintrtain
!'d the. y).ii zn( folk onl MNoid da) e l.Lll
from 7 to 11 Thtir col) litl. IIou.i.
was decorated *lih outted fe'r., a:id
begonias. lMolt of the, (tlne uia- l.,nt
in danciiK. Dt lightiul fruit I11iinch
was served in the hall throwiti'ociit th


evening. EvKer~oat hAd a go) .d i~w--
and left hol~iug to io'-j.4 olaituoti-ti it*0
Ilu so ng lt' maut again tm.LM.
Onl W.olg e.4d~t' I"'oWij i-. Mr, .1 1F
Biruton gale a doligt1~Ifudjl I iMaoi o .1
(v-A f oehr frivt'+. lTh.i -t II mai otit ro i!
vark andn vloll the piillatu im' cook
Ing ga!'ii' n e-re- Ilz'-ul Ino te lo.tirIr
At h o'ch l' k all %ert iiiiit* u i. I00, 'toit
of the' houue. n h'rt ruiil-cr uA* A"rt,-
i'd mioit a grau'! iatk 'Pt mo no.I i%%a

piIsre' P. tr d t h.-d- t, I :' a: anid
ura.iii41 Olvt~ Llib. UuYIt' J.iuldi.. $ t
v,*rtilOs ~va~t, lit ii-i ts*r .i ii
o% t-41 it Nirr l .ttmio i t, ll o. g ,J
tisok.and iot]4'irs i tI'i Aa, i d -o
Ili(s i $10. h ae A it- I c o it r% :iio
l o ls- oi Ja() 'Ii: J 4) C t- o ti: r r.,
'l'kora Nxfiv A flit. M atlito
Alto r iloluplr .waii UI I t-I al.a
oits 4l UntL I a i .l 1 '' i ').oir uloi the
gim ii i o t n .1 r1i iu t. irtt '111o1 4 tl: i 0tit.
he-ft thlaioirg \1. ti
4,11o iab& tl, I ts cloth
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3O n 0lig lAI) tit Iluat-l'bilug S t, ii
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It.. ii ,l roo. IS!11:, 1 1 rpi- A
fut 100 4.Il ill- Of ull o fi. oil
her t tuli n \i1 1%aL s dI-ir k
ma il It-Ii't-C )it isol lotio'I htuiftI
#Iwlnt $UISol.,' I~til Nlalal--n 11i.&..-oo**, 414
kiomA'lio Smisool
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libhoale Iliit. lt:t% Ut. t I. lo i.tL. wi :th9
Al k At Vbj1 .4. 4 0 11i k.1 L
1ra'ie'r Stoker. ottNvlit .hrr
a ft-% dav-,4hori- diarmi:iiv Iiho' h.i
K illf.''l'w (if of I'1t11: ,o,1i-
in hour w;H t
The Suith LuaiAi tptt r (omlijs l. I). ba%.
j t, put In 1 i t %% 1-1l'I11-1- nd ]till- will
:s u vlir. .ad %to r i-rl I, ir?-t-vbio- limi-
'wer l t all fill.1"liti

MERCHANTS ARE WARNrD.

8cg.; Mor~ey Oroers Now Afoat tin
This Countrv.
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PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
V' U0 (HI-V'-N-IEN' la gudfute'td to
Uae ah) tsa of ut iteilug ilad.
llut-ohtool ur oProtrudit~x I'io- Iin 6 tuo
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AMUSEMENTS


Electric Theatre.
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TELEPHONE


One cf the most valuable features
of our service, to our substiibers arid
to In: ru-biic generally, is our ccnnec-
t ;n v.,ith the extensive long distance
ties of t';e Ar erican Te'ephone anC
Te'egraph Company and the other as
sociatcd Be!l Tc'cphone companies.
We own thousands of miles cf long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addoiicn c.-n
_;nrect any telephone in our system
rit'i I res extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
operated.
These long distance lines are of the
most modern and improved construe-


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Holiday*


HANDS CRACKED


RAW AND SCALY
--.-
Itc'd and BurneJ Terrib!y-Ar.;s
A ctcjd, Tco -Co0'd Not k.v
Thumbs Without Fiesh Cracking
--Sltc, a:J Vwork Often Ir.pos-
sible-Was rirly Worn Cut.


CUTICURA SOO CURED
HIS FEARFUL ECZEMA
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"Abnot a vr agn an Itrhing humor
'beWan to ap ar aroord the Iu a nmy
hand. It started in to spread, wad
pretty soon it covered both mr hand.
and got up over my wrlst and even
up to the elbtw. The itchn and
burnih rwrml rn iie. My hangt ot
II My ad when I Mratched. as I
wa doQ a gId part cf the time. the
urlfac would 13 coverd with blisters
sad thee gt raw. The wuema ngot so
bed La aroud the pit of my thumbe
that I could not moe the thumbi
without dep cracks pein. I went
o my doctor, but / mdicinM could
ora p the Itching and did not sw m
to rl my hands up at all. At night
I adufred so fearfuly that I could not
siep, often lying awakl until well toward
morning then waking up till tired.
I a che and steward by trade and
I had to gie up my pl.. a my hands
wer so trribr to aok t that they
did not like to have me around about
te food. I could not bear to truch
them with water. but whm I positively
had to my hands en I would rub
them with oil.
"'Thib ort d bum inm wet on for
there months and I kept trying dine
and tar ointments and such re kedkr
with no partkiular benet. I did not
know what to do. for I was fairly worn
out. For a long time several friends
kept akinn me why I didn't u'& (Cuti-
ua and at Iast 1 thought I would.
PIrt I cot the Cuticura Snap. then
Cutcur h Ointment and at last Cutwa
Reolvent. I put the Cuticura (int-
lent on at night. toverin mnv hnandI
with Hlht onttmn gI,,ov. In ih. etrn-
i' t!:, n-;i ,o f thi"' gl v,*- ouldl bI*
lin*dt with ell-'*, porrotimv' half ax
leuig a* v.otwr fnler. IVIIIgR h .1 healed
ilane4 wP ,,-, r- .O ".:1.'- had I '-n. In
a month I wa.s cuml andl have kept so
now for nine months. My hands and
arms are perfetwlv -e*ar of all tracm 4f
eae-ma and I think I am well rid f it.
Walter H. Cox, 16 So mPrwt St., Bos-
t.n. Mass. iSpt. 25. 1900."
(tAkrW RavdIe iarr d4 Ithmnthrh(t tr thwmr'
f rl in f (hiom (ons. ..o I'rop. K. dt
, M&lA" t. tItil w& &ur ^ LJ ou b 'I ama.


IlBfor making your sele.
tiois for holiday Gifts call
at our stoIr and illnspect our
line of


V. Ito ul'e o ti iii nti l #ii 10 onl
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n" : I. .n ;. n ..1 .: 1
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Notice to Telephone Patrons.
o ciiniinr tin % l t lap a hone' ncall.k
in It I. made from the number. EV.-
*i. hlptcrilb.r' name is to be found
in lthe new bhxok Just hissiu!. a;id as
",r uni.w oi.rators cannot Ie e.xil'eted
to know the Iunril r of various sub-
4cribers we must inslist upon an oh-
.er\lance of the rule to tcall by num-
tiper. If anyone has failed to receive
.% new list of sub-cribers they will be
.iiuplldd upon application.
J. A. GOOI)WIN. Ma1 r.

Too Much Pace.
You feel as If you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia. don't
you? Save the face-you nay need
It. but get rid of the neuralgia by
applying l allard'a Snow Liniment.
Finest thing in the world for rheu-
matism. neuralgia. burns, cut.<. scald.*.
lame bacK and all pains. Sold by W.
I. Johnson.
Land Sold.
The ilnmeni.'n c tract of l.tilds( of the
Tyler i.urntu r C('otll.an, w;I hold on
Monday as i-,r lt."e ial ;iadl rtl. di II: t.
C'hri-topi,.r M!:athih, o u l' it in I il l:t
tall oif t l'- pr, ,i tv for \\a .j. & .',M
Nair ('mnuilan>. l% .' \V W. I lI. : :,,'
J.r piir(ha-,sd tthi r. it a;iinr for .1 II.
I'ort i of S;r. t .i

Every Mother
I 4 r rhldlo il bot wori i0-d whtni tthe
liitt ione ll i:i\ e ti.ou hi or coll. It
i:ay lV .;idl t'o i .'I *,r 1, i, ii i v r pi.t 11
n.iii 0 1 1 n ti pu -i ii nit ; vort :-( ri
Slii ::;il:.rir'l < li .ir h. ndl ri:pi v ill
iir* I .-,' ti i il,0' ;ot aii n( ; ld pr'.\%4 ti
.IIy ,iili ii ;>tin S id lby W\ .
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We have everything neo.
eliry for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
the wisles of anyone can
I.e gratified Lotll as to choice
and price.
Many pieces that are es
p)4 Yu'le-tidle tiadr..


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*ees Oeldsa* eets Pse aM


TALKS


operating in various sections of te
country. are uniforrm in t cir equip
nent and in the r methods of opor-

Ony by reason of this close trail
arrangement t between the Bell Teos-
;ihone companies is it possible to gWo
a Bell Telephone almost anywheo,
ask for "Long Distance" and be put ia
communication with almost any poit
in the country.
This vast network of wires, radit-
ing throighcut the nation, is ue
daily in commerce and for social plr
Spouses by the banker, the farmer ad
citizens in all walks of life and sO


toon and are .aintaired at a high 'ar.t here is an important link in this
state of ef:ciency. The Bell syste.i s -re.t ;ha.n.




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One of today's waut ads. may be hunting you ransack-
ing the city for you. It may have a message for you of urgent
personal importance oue that, when you get it, and heed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests may even place around and about you iae
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely new
start in a business way.


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not be true


rorth while to try to Bud out whether this may
today, tomorrow, or very soon?


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inAGURL ADDRESS P lN
gO.,stinued from Page' Ono IN a
eper.r'Intl that" ;wsl that ) flu
W" e'.f it,
thils Coll, coevi(t~rps it th ug
t hat 1 11'; .r' -ie'ts-A 'iso
the gr.'d*'t i..it~',ii on er


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lili 1 1:14 111l. ittt 111 .1( .It--~,;I I h11 11
it I.. ii~l l tinv' for otir Stal-to'i
Ise the' ;sitrlot i"'i and true'
4q.,of A I'r Oia 1 :11, '1!lcI ,A V IS.
F a+ii'ir 0- ami-1 i. Perv
GmrowtIh of the Stite. t IU


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The ivcr ''ala iW t flitt r i-v (44
States has boi*..'i jioto 1 it i~cau-AWord fto theWMs
ms hatie hvit:1 :aiade to tii. In
ether corni;arI-()lns. No otlit-r sStiet
have shout if gr. V, r i.'. b M i
of tmrcentag4e in poIII11lati~nl. 1,
North LDakota. luntana, Viyo-
Texzas. The latter State. Texas.
an Increase of ~35. per cent, as1 am am sum'S
3:) per cent for Florida. M NM H RDWAKE COO
~wState has tniaie a gro'at growth
Owleportation facilitiesit. in cow. ______________________
in manufactures, in hortkutl enro lrd. ihu yhvn
In the products of tht, field. Ole enro lrd.'ihu yhvn
thefor'~t an oftli~ rin. 1 iiwdo- any jpromise. as to any specifics
years since we ruined nothigln 'isrdY.i othi~r than v6hat is euuhodit-d in
we mine more than iln.-haalf or the platform pnidili-hed duirting the
hbosphate of the Unite'd Si'-4Campaign and in the %ariotis -pot-ches~
swor thin oil, -t h ird of th. i3edirigIh'sillt.I 'nI
of the dwrrld.flit-i-cIme. Itlwould b
of te wrld Weni~n- Flle's ly i2.b for tho ptihlic to know of
and clay for fine liotts rY. Th#-re
WuhIng likebeing a propche't. or tho, "e'~ery' mo~ e naie'iavfytho ali' lni :0 ,Ir
of a prophe-: t v i c' IIl3vet 1w oneif'tkicI. Thet'r AoulId I"'-1no se'rt'ts H4
fw great oil-IproIu( ing States. 1I..'twt''n flt, a drniniitrattio: ..:idltho
A Great Engineering Feat. ;evoiijlc. Ti-wrec- culd v.'10nto giealer
*are H!i~ ia; ia o i im of grvat 1,!c)fo~r all) (Gue. r~vr toIA) hI
m iiin33art* tw4&ii.ii- I) Us(toul" H; adminifi2'latlifln should 14 Ill) Oin f
some of tho foret..'A il!) %% :4i1 clurine.,4 jrinc'ij.b-ze'i rt. I f'' roml graft.
earth wV; i lct4',. ,.Itl ial-.-N6 j-'and frvet'fromuit -i, ~lI.I k iilc izol(m..
oo know how Kto hati'I. i. .4.Although no Hai1l., o- iiioo t. (t4 t~t) II
In tiN tlu ate~ t 1wrod if't111"ring itronge-r that thu gM.'t-ridi It'(?I
M01111 Of 1111a 1 coil. '.I Ilii--V1 r *o t s rln t ~ (14 o 4
ringfrat*., oft if hvuo'it ni t' .good enough, strong enough, anid true
C~l~jI'~d .11 ~e'1 .e!'renough to perform my duties to the


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RAINIEViILE, FIrl/ R A. JANI'ARY fl. 1909

4iiitv for th' many cnirttpier and at
7h e tate Troops. F uJ
I I, 't. l i Il ,Ii. ,f the St;ar. l


rP-I,- ad,. ,:i. < ; to the intoteoe t of
he'- I I .~.;* Itut ,few of our i*' 4;pl>
.tli%. I' i' i tailit." to h lStatl it
i; i 'k !2:i' .I v.'.ll orgai.lte ,'I S tte
I i.< Tl e' ii. r,- kn'iw 1, *lg of the r.
S1|1t.4 HI ll I! .ll/.ttiltl actl Of e*I1
i o r l t-. r e o?.,. f rt ii jrif'e litiiii
ri t .a d l h l -lh'dl. Tlhe St.l't'
r a;ir.- of ii.'-ti:: lth i' all1 to tl>1

rl'i. '.r' r c of -o nian) of our !t 1
S .' I :tl~ lilc t;l i i arhtii. (i'.I t e t f hi
-'. 4' ** \, ,' ii grntif in It i-
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i it r atyr. thi ;r un.tate o, i th-,ir
l i -it aill alw i..- iltt, 1l nit'. \. il
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AItho.t .i ha l.,vlr G(oTernor. T 'he Pn-
o the w.on :1 n al rt' ith their rset'te.
i : n ".a h:i. h,-lIr (Govenior: (;Gol
"hinil. Hi e illl look nfter ,?e affair*
;t .it,. anl u will n t loe inxK aft, r any other state of affairs.
.\11ihough a ba (he lnvi are ats easy to pleaote a itsomet1
o( the woni-n art. lth their gover-
nors. you will find me the beet Gov-
crnior Florida has ever had.
"Now. ladles and fellow-citizens, my
-inc.re and heartfelt thanks are ex-
tended to you all. May we all strive
to do our duty as best we can. 'Heart
within and God overhead.'"

A Short Biography.
Governor Gilchrist's father. (Gln.
Win. K. oGilhritt. came to Florida
I frc:nu South Carolina dutiing the 40'U.
Sunmarried. lie afterwards married
.'i... Kth"da tlistth'th Walle'r of Green-
,XN o<. 4 C. They resided at Qutney.
IFia.. so as to be with her mother.
'(;'), rnor (;ilchrl&t was Iborn n Greeu-
woud. S. 4'.. In 1 ;S. His father was
.::ite a wt-althy man. his property be
ing in plantations. timbtr, lauds and
,liavC.. The entire' etate went up a,
a result of thel w ar.
In Is:%" youi:g Gilchrift uouL a com-
iK.t-ti \,' <'\aiiu.,itiL to W'c.:-t Polt, N.
Y.. hi. le hoe t.rvte4 as cadtt private.
(ad!.t twrga. iut. and cadet lieutenant.
IIn 1 i. although "tan:linrg in the tef-ens
frt;'.n i:C he-ad.. h,' as found d-fle'i'nt
in *;Ih-ir itil I I hiloisolphy. Thi. 4 .a
lo i I !. < .
,I;. iI; tii:ti t; in. and I,- d,'cllc d to, go,
ha< i. I ,, t' s.4 th, I.,,rl ,:-itor'c a
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I .,i'ni:tlly r'(co~uitl'od lby the' (Co',v rni
lil.it T jpr',t .smiK rs .i r'- ar
S ,l,:.-l'. He %%.1;.is appihit, ( Ib% C o'u.
4-r ('CI .etland to th p,(sitioi Iln 1''",;
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It pays the farmer to plant only the besi. ks"
question not of "how cheap," but of "how go."


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EATIm TOO MUCH.
wurtllle Is l Just as Marnful -
Maflutritief
It Ia a8 ctknowledgdc d fa-t that al-
M t every mIl of usa4 atq to mach.
T'l diestvel orgam ln ar courtantly
OvraibaItl and finally weak. ned.
W~I wal thlowErd, the ihraetk e of
FtW earn b m t t benefclail. An -
p-e the thfd question hs si :i tbat
A OW NtIh ftwm the table with
tIe 90 ef aet nr, wblhb I1 :Ian e-
weismse bim u to very few of am
Am ai mmtsr. te majority of pe-
ft hbov t at mau with a mse e of
Smi k hemly as bour's sieta
a3m leriste. This is ot so amuc
OvtWId tIohe brt tht tOM food i una-
e -m lk rih fer the rule of the
apin l W eD4 1 mOw Ian the faub-
-aMbie rle, but tt It the quantity
m. M& T se Is a Irge commuclrty at
tJl plm t mment which fast fruit
aeMaLt tmOe til disler at ulght. It
Is a q-tiei I t is wtIe to leiae the
lMtr'b efttelyr wltb ut food durnar
*I ther bIem, buet tte Is ao queo-
La tlat the lighter the lunob taken
the htur wit he te health of the
vt-T dI By a "liht luah" In this
AteM is -Mat what most people
wOrd mat call a iebc at all-tbat tI
11 my, a w crackersm with bees
(A maeh mlsud artlc*e 'o diet), a
enr miead i a It of ftrit or a cup
at eges with dry tet. Such a
l-ar r eae the craven for food
MA1 s way taxs the dilestlve or-
L Overmttrtrk.s just as harm.
i as malltritlo and Is far L.Aor
bsqmsply tLw cause of maladies.
Wsi arousea ftating the Syst .' re-
emas its lest tone. and metal work-
en wM ld ad that the brain o%4rked
with asprMlsi IIhbtuess, fur the brain
is mea of the chef sufferers from over-
ettai.-New Teot America n.



CASTORIA

i0e ar YtM i I iI

manru mnof t0ar sL7

Nuts ad FHed.
Oe ver t reat adtintnl e wil.hr
nuts posses. over mnot tloos L4 their
abeolat. freedom rm from adlulteratin
When you buy nuts you alHways kLu"
What you age getting. Of course th* -e
hoaght I the shell are alsi ablsolut.ly
claea.--Goud Ilenith.
Light and Hlp.
Brea lu e\it. t1.at d.:.. *: ud wbi< h
beigs over thb re<:sti., we diers'nh
ray of llght and bhlu' iantl radlually
co nm to e its "uffTrltili inul llteipta-
tIle Iu) ufb lr tl l.;;i i .... tn ..d
alMve i te iba. t is, *-4 f 1 i.l love c'baaili.^


Lame Shoulder.
This 1, A r'oiiolIti fi rni ( ii,: l .1-
rhmouuatihp No hi'1 ,, Iito
It .ewdtd Atp1 C! ti l *-I
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WHERE DID CASTRO BET IT?
Menapelt* ased wPeere I ltereste the
$eurcs ef the Veneaoela Peer -
dep.'a Iurepea Bank OtDe i'a.
&c ':.Amiis of the amount of mr ney
thai I'rr dentt Castro of Venet- *Ia
tbr, tlly dept ited In t rope pros to
his :light vary all th way frot $ 0.-
oo.' t0 to rW> .W.rOe.(. Whenr. kil! be
get i ? li tihe11, I tulr l queutll il. .%Most
of hi." wealth has corwe from miaipom
lies out of whic he h:i h r hceld the
Ifo'a sha e TLi- l;at1. .n';,i one of
thl moat Ing.. iin rf tl,.ar mr opo-
lies was the sole right to Imt.ntIr cat
tie. This w:is said to priolui'e a net
Income (if $2.40nI a d.r., as tlte cr.ttle
ral.seras were fir, e'1 to t ell their til-
mala for nmhnot iclthili i l t in l heM' ~.wa
of competition.
Ioreigners of all nations. as well an
the Venezueltan. bare contributed to
'Castro's iur<.ian bank d'elpoita.
After four years of exiloldtation the
receiverr" of the New York and Bermu
des company's asphalt prolwrty turned
Into the Venezuelan treasury only $11-
000 an the net proceeds of four years
mae amountling to about half a mil
Iio dollars at the mine. All but s".
000 of this sum. the "receiver" stated.
was absorbed by "expense and Im-
provements." The "receiver" neglect-
ed to mention the prolts derived from
the ale of the asphalt here. Added to
the half million dollars barged to "e%
ipeasa and tImprovemeats" the profts
made on the ale of redned asphalt
make an enohaoas sm. which has
bee divided between Castro and his
artiean busineas assoelatea.
ut the rattle and aspbalt crafts are
only sample of the soure from
which Catmo has enriched blimelf at
the expenoe of hin own people and for
elgt tnteret In Venezuela.

INVENTOR OF TELEPOST
BEGAN AS WIRE OPERATOR.
Has Noew Resoevd Highest Honers
Fee His Aeievements In Rapi Ta-
hepaphy.
S"Many of the prominent mnen of the
time began their careers In the ,om-
pcratively bumble calling of the tele
graph operator," says Leslle's Wee*. i
"**O of the most successful of these i~
Patrick Bernard Delany of New York.
whoae Inventions tn Ilmroving tele-
raphy have attracted worldwide ntted
tion. orn to Irel.ial. Mr. ltl.i... was
brought to thbi country when a lad. b'-
came an excellent telegraph operator a;
the agq of sixt'en aml at eliglhte'lce wr :'
one of the mnc-t expert pren'ss M ,pe'rtor-
In the land. Afterward he ro'- to hl-i
positions Iu various tele.grapih cou1Ii-.-
nies and Inter was asr-.l:ited with
Mr. Edtionl I" rapid telegr:aphy exp-r-
mnt ::*t n' '. '! ''Ia' r'. :t' a:a In
ven?, r. *' t ;'d.' fr: ,, s *;nI
Pa:-e r.tl -y. rr v.h. h Ile re -c i\. l :I
co < -. .. nr:d Itivol; t 1 -.
anti l:.t: ;'! *n ;tllo. the patents ,of
WI. 1. L ,. : .. c-r $l(0.th ).
BIU n.ul.;. ,l-,. ; 'gra ',liy. l1- I ',u-:''
ed a systern w.h -rl',y Ir 1 rc f-"
cults were c,btal!di' fr rn a ~. I.
wire ant ws anwa;rdle' fr it t'e
higher t lrlize at the li rr.:;!. nT-l I..
Veoitliris i btn11 If n TI T I, 1 "
M r I h latn y t ": ,' .r .
equlli -d a lul>.'rit.,ry at F'< bll 'r
ai e. N .1 uil '. < < l thi t' t> I

a child I.' a, t l 1l y 1i S*s I* i It
rlil:til ., *, ,1 ;* P ." i r
ca rh i.< 1, .i 1' : ,f 2i' .. ":' *


8gientific Spanking
(' ni-i il i ipiu!, hn"'. ,t oi: y \ .. r
a child Is actually ln'h Scrr, lii '.
eri think that all (cryil:e I- l.rl, .
it's not. W h 'h n )oiir l ,;l'\ <-rt 1.,',1


fort lpi,~aor ae (caI(aut.f
3iou calA't Midl thoemn gie1. tl t !.a
ac q a tt itav -il?- A Iiu f I. ,in v
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Suffering Ladies

nre urged to follow the ox..mplr of thousands o
:icir A:stcrs ankl tke Card i. Cardui is a non.
ilueninr, noI-iRlttoxi1t.a tin m(dieine for women. It
is for sick, weak l dic., with sick female organ&.




JTAKER|



It Wi IIHelp You

It isa geni no,. curative medicine, that build
up the feniale, steml and r!-cv f 'in-:nl<, pain.
Mrs. NM. A. St. Clair, of 1E>klale, W. Va., writes:
"Before taking Cardul, I had piven up all hope of
getting wll. I hld Euffered tor 3 years with m
left side and was confined to my bed, so I took Card:,
and now Cardui hlas about cured my female trouble.
AT ALL DRUG STORES


EVERY The Best HeCan
Buy for the Price

MAN ftUp.owaes.naftelw
Is Vi r Ie tlM LarsIt Ma lO
der hIease I the State lt Plaed
WA NTS Every We dfte Is Slad U-
d| r Ow irsa- Oaurastee


%Wc MW LL SHP EXPRE" PrEPASO
1u 0 Dom am' ftn a ws. wm
4 quaub 35,9 20'r7 ... I yolA At Us Teewwas can4. 4 qwm............ SM
U queib 31Nd rINm. 1 7sM od 13par Pt CsWw. quar. 4 qes --- .- .-t
4 quaiL. taF oamy *N 0 MamA Id D Can. 4 qauo ........
12 %ImutruaS AMoMY S............13 I0 ars"tCom,4quw. .
4 quarts MSwlood IOf Learet V&lly CoM 4 .. w% -u- -3%
12 quarl. Na dimmedh *................1
4 wuarms (ha txri'ev......... 36.0 oftK a dh
12 quart, ul trOacmbemwr ....... 375Rai nyPok vB 4 .... .
*, M M eri r Pnf av .. -- 4A R6ib vwa urUe .....m .... .... .. 4
12 quarts NcMainecf Spnaw U. 0 .65 'aeUe. 4
Lewirs'tae FA srd ........... ..... is
Karlt? Tsr 3oubwr .... .
Old OaosW aad Dacittlnd an Dotend WhAt.Wit dofzr ..s ....
1Re.,Mrwr. ain aO WIr0,rVV SA h I id Ha H 100 proof .... U
a ljod atir Gave ruini s wS#'% ww 1 uf F an rm f Bl bM .U
7!(;rt3 3LIWDr w 4:,-n IT is T 'eawe 3A
Nctiu?'s Mall am .5
Peal Jews. 4 quaru .... ILOS 4.ajic~d.ia White Rye ......... sW
H tu r .. 4 qua rt G. a m3 u re a
arupr. 4 quars .......S
Lho )ipne 4 quarts .. ... reNe t narinr Care
Cawade Titanrw. 4 qsuft .& SOS M"ta" [ w
,41wriIan Club. 4 q4 at. Y7 MvUftta Pww Old '
.Ulcd ~ quarts f larvin0 ~rrd Core U
Mahrria( Club. 12 quartsa.00 LAuMi V4lM y COa 3*

All Goods are Packod in ['ialn
Cases and Shin-ed Same
Day Ordcr is Kc"& ,zd

Pas t 161 WRibbon Be r. r ',strrt
It dozen L.a k jacksoaviflle. ;Qh
Jung's Clocineti Beer, $.OS5Ba rre J
I I dozes Lo a. Jacksonvile. I V
ORDER TO-DAY
From the Best Knows WheYHey soseIs 10
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lts SHERWPF PENNELL RET)IRES

flc 911,# eriffT 1. %% I'oewt 11.fill u T~ie ',V
tarne dio% i. er the'o- vetift ho IlT c4,
poste r't e as A st iIl lhuaci ti I'.
immail matter'
____________ rv 4 1Ram e 'f'e e ll Ih 11mi,10.
~LCCUPtAR P'.dltorav' Iand u.hc- a,'giod Vu h. rift a. eC r rit ai.em tilt

= r w rrr u ~17 Jbiv Rcoxrttw ~A i .111 0fic"e tit n.m .111. 1 l~ft f-.ar
A.l.; .\:.NIT~.cr:K I't.t e e ele Ii. I
oppr g )%K A%% A 4
L INam ret 9.TUL~rOrofR 91f. i et ..i i; 1l4 I 4 .~ee -er
SITS. ps.?.tiened every mortmiug es'jl i~ rtt eet ii ~C cl'
OD& .d. livered toy esriter is the city. aimIIn e\ \ j.:euwl ifi~cr eic.tt I?, I Ii
pi*any part f the Ur, tel %tl %atM pomtage ill- c.' I FIi- 1) o
r 03a Y-1 r, i ."C aI-, 'fit h f12 ,th-p !t*, .- *.\ I c1 t1 A er 1: ''' i V i%-, I eV,1
00; gocwentofor Sr dick'.- 4rictli is 1#,6ee111e

in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r rtic'" II *e M:i C! 51171 I s1 P11 'II' e) *I


*iuie~lIaifl.', tvr lot -r. 5he~


'or "rd.ipl iv altvertsini made known o
is.
Twice* %a-k an an eight lele Ir r v
pa per, p:lbi.-hrel every smndl..y an
*, ano' d nice t *,;ll tri rcwq o' the
matl, State and cneral. anl ci:l be
piltage frre. to any part of the I ntrlll
ca Cn a. for oona year--t : vance.
ravcrtisate bill become due after first(
of ad'ertieme'nt. tinlec otherwise
in attract fPrtie i Lo known to u,
t required to pay for ad.-etisinf in ad-
Addrem, THIR DAI!.Y slN.
GAllrVILLS, FLA.

Governor Broward."

*so0d morning. Governor r il'.lri.-t

t'gro ran out juist iil 'nife' to e
| being kicked out.

,tt gurgling. purring sound is Mr.
il in counting the days to March
Sc. /

hy has hot somebody risen to re-
Ik that the Taft cabinet won't be
Sto resist Knox.

"w Pungtown I)elatllng So -! t
m discuss the questtio n: "s s Christ-
M worth the money?"

I divorces keep on inlcre.a.Ing th,.
moo's alii:ic y hill w!Il ri.il it
aoma canal e*xpin-s.-S.


Mr. PUlitter In'i 't t: u we I '
we itr hev i ;a- it 4 I f, '1 It
"as 1) l .eel Z4..( AciI t 1o I.,


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" fMr. Carta' iz~. i,-adl talk-, (I in l:
be does n% no r. N (r 4'1,-% Aa*I )il u! (I
betli i c'lc'tooli t11) A a.l4-rt. f


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. r' (-< iaii s1 1 ll c1jiiJi..C dulimsi. of 4. rifT. and that he# w ill niake
thei cot nit. a: f,.arl.- .. f!.ithful itid I (I l-
cle-nt sheriff ni)o o(n has the reintit, .t
(doilt. lie coe.', ofi a 4ock who lineter
knew suich a word as f.ear. and lie is
going to |I reform his duty in the same
fearless and Impartial manner which
has characterized his predecessor.
We congratulate the )people of the
county upon having chosen so capable
..nd efficient a man to succeed Mr.
'ennellell in this fitml'o rt office.

To defend himself aga!i:.t the "Are
flend." a resident of New Blrunswick.
v. J.. has bul!t him a home of terra
c,,tti. This material-. comunon enough
for fire-pr(oofing h business buildings.
has only recently begun to be used
for dAellings. Its adoption for such
.4 purlpote is I'rily duet to tl.* Kgrow-
iagK icarcity o l ill, h Irnl supl,Ll. The
terra cotta I. in the forml of holloi)
ilohwks. The partition. an aell as the
outside .ill., of tlt.i N',- i;ruliswi(k
hopil e are nirlt' of thtil. -to t...t it
would hb' well nigh inimlo..-il.!e for a
tire to sl'riad fro illone rooni to :4ntihh-
.r. Th' hollow itac.s nmake the
'l. !- 1 ., 1 I O l.11 I.. ;it iilh
'he' r ui ilt tl' lt thIc hr'! ill hle
,A irii' r i hi ii ; r i..il oi tl r ill M til
:1- tl i l i l' t of
*, r >L in t t .

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LOCHLOOsA NIEW NOTES.

I i. niP.141* 4. in 4 -- Mr. C V
r M. \ rii nil ch!ltr, n of 'Port Ingll
FHi. ret-lrtil Fri(dal after a plt1Rais.l
\%1.t to th' tormner's another. MIr .1
C M< ).w. *
.I I. 1e,, 11 'i nl fanillyv r,'tuin,,l ti
t I, ir limii La I ..irio \V'.ecliiesdy%. af' ,
; |i' I a-a>iat it, a itlh relatei-..
\1i I.I li k- -n.. o.ne of ljw'hlih >-a
tfittiinrt >i>.(n l ie :-z' he r !'. iriin $:Sh.' t':, e e 1 *n I ih
IC -, i NT l| t l :|. C('Itv.
I I. ti r i'if R:t.annt;ah. (;
li. ic nil \ i it t Il h, r broth, r .1

T "'oi-, fii ilh t if tirt
I .('i% -;,. ;iNt N ,ith tih fuirtil, r'
1 ut. nI .. !ir r ml Mr- I It. Tompkiin-
S A\ T"rI-'n.rl in- (f l-'4it M% c 'MI lI0 li
\i:l- hr he a l Ihv p .ir nt., Mr. and
\ri V 1' T r, ki .

The Pure Food Law.
S.creltary \Viloen says: "Oin' of
t110 oljec'tsI of tl.h law is to inform
hi con mtiiiinr of the presence of rcr-
tain harmful drugs In medicines."
The law reeiulras that the amount of
chloroform. opium. morphine. and
other habit forming drugs be stated
on the label of each bottle. The man-
ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy have always claimed that their
remedy did not contain any of these
drugs, and the truth of this claim is
now fully proven, as no mention of
them is made on the label. This
remedy is not only one of the safest.
but one of the best In use for coughs
and colds. It value has been proven
beyondd question during the many
years It has been in general use. For
sale by all druggists.

It is reporu't'd that the oil road umon
which I tel county has extended the
-tmin of Slit.oll o ex|terimenting. is a
failure. b nig brought out clearly In
a '-t'temennt made to the board of
coutity commissioners of Duval coun-
'y last Friday.

If you will take Foley's Orino Laxza
tive until the bowels become regular
you sill not have t- take purgatives
cjil.i;titly, as Foley's Orino Laxative
iositie).ly. ur.es chronic constipation
,;d shigKKitsh liver. Pleasant to take.
1. W'. McCo'llluIn & Co.
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having got the keystone of
i'r '. r, i' te l, .t A l ,*.
rl'r,.iShl.iit c.l-ct T;aft.


bli cabi-
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~ r,:Al 1-!_ OAND Nc UL.RMA.

(tie Only I,400811 C.Wayr of sIvl
An rEfl.tI1. Cseae.

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M y,We I ts
t '. *'i"n i.it:ie h ir thr.'y 'ewe IL
t I Tt d:r if piref eep.
c -t -t! t,~e c ~, daeid~reaff.
N ,':,t e. e''.. L

*..~'f .o ze i 4th et p'-
)I J b -:J'- c (a n only be
Sl H...:I t: -rni: aid there I Ito
-, -*'-' % IWtr y that
Nr,, '- s u in cite "I 'tetr
cit d U remoive the' efff.-t.
i, )vI e~ let-Imei dr~igaits.ta. PuIfe 1 Ia
%I .enm I.I- f y-t nplto Th. !lerpicide Co..
rwo slze*--.O ceuts and 81.00.
1 8 HkedI:Aord A Co.. 8*cwla' Agents




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For Permanent Relief
I acn u wm I le m -IY
fromD aNuSImsUIoUmherid al inbgm&,Q Ius mo
LW&GUM EML & P~aaaI aft tw Week am---
"U mot ama gft a h eson"ya

=RED HER SK -MDAL

mIas, o&Combo& mu
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VvCemsA led@ k.veLUm

Dhlard SnO W Lq CULA
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G. S. Merchant & (



Staple and Fancy Crooou3w

Grstq, GWveU4S&ed Pa d Ferdrum
@OUT" 009 *GUAM -o- GAM90.VMMfOVN

IWns M~r ppaid fAr Olabbmks Emand ~t

A 09mPM6 8b6 m rao. ma. 6 oa. fl. f. I. 5,no
lad Mad md R. o mo OW al eAl V OW
at ZAMAg Pffew me sows em m


Tampa & Jacksonville R9 w


"Vf VU DUO. 3 WMIN


Leave Gainesville for,Micanopy, Fairfield and I-
cal points South ................ ...... :
Returning, arrive Gaineeville ................. 44
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North *io
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:i


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i po a tim there was a fool
t O a china doorknob for
ai .zp-mg to get afam;ly.
rdi eb she did get was ex.


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i~jrti.ai field is jlld of
i propositions"--cx
itchafbo who expect ge
t o hch money out of bad
W or who put sa rodet
Sdrthe wmr "advertising


-., re ptiples to fol.
rdratiring campaign:
a rtdkse that will
a; Mecondly, find the
hwoill mak te the adver.
9 thirdly give the news-.
M to pay.


SSan't tart in to breed dollars
tan it takes to hatch
than you can pull a
t bdre she has had a
incubate. In both cases
wast what has been in.
If you stop too soon you
a retten egg instead of a

ise something out of which
B asy reasonably expect returns,
when you have found what to
WSe, ta. e care that you plcc
' copy in a ne.vspaper that can.
Sthe trick. Don't d,.le y i.r. If
r a china docrknob, :d d,,'i
Csa "roostAer ; 1, '
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"Tht Whc Is Worth Having Is
Wrth Advertising For"


S 'Ti eM sada that what is worth having is worth ark.
i is *till tr true of the more iutricate life of today.
T% thing y*. want-whether it is a used piano or a
hms, wbtAr it is a ready-made business or a lost pocket-
bek-is obtaiaed redily through advertising, and with
di1 ty, w met aat all, through other ncant.


advertise in


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I e PUSH OI
senttives of T

The Contest to

Behalf of Bush


Inuru riano bu.,
he R. S. Howard

be Conducted by

& Safford. :


Sou nKepre-
Co. of Miami,
THE SUN in


S$3,6550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th,1909 : : : : : : : :. : : : : :


Additional Gifts
In addition to t' Piano there will be issue, lby The Bu.h & .Saffqordl Piano Co.,
on a new $44M Poward Piano, eighteen Traii-ferabhle.)u fills, sanite to, Il u.~, l
ns a tir-t or iniitial paynmeit on a new v IIi'W'. i, l'iaie. Tlhe &e dLue l'i1i-< \l lec
given ill this voting contest as follow., to rsins res".iliig inl .A\lclii Counity:
To the first six receiviq the next to the h st vte, a due bill for each for.......$200.00
To the icoad six receid the cext highest vote, a due bil for each for .........S175.00
To the sext six receivi the next highest vote, a due ill for each for..... $150.0
Tl .ie duee lu,11. ,y i4 e. 1 u, Sted by thle winer\ii .s or <.,a i.i for any value they miny see fit, :ind will !e wrt\ ~ t I*ir ft'W vial-e 1%d I)u thi- pur-
chase of oiit ,of ther iw'w piatno-.
In tie ev iit of a itt for aiy prize fT ~i 1, pi ,,, -in i'.- i i rill -I tL rn-
'to will lIe given each of tho.i't timing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The follow uin menrchantis will give one vote
for every cent IediJ into their r. Ltatlisihui nut. fur
goods which they handle:
The Gaineaville H rd are Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde a Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes %ill be found in th. tabli-hl
meats of the nme'rchatit. g' ing eioteis iand at The'
sun omce. Vote's Mbist >b) iiall must btK dlir(ct< d
to the Voting (lte-'l It liartrle r:t of ThLt S .
Galinebillre, Florida.


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Rules and Regulations
1. The' contest is open to an e IIe im If"
Alachun county vho in known by the conduttors
Uf the coaitubt or %ouched for by suene ri putable
Ietr.,4 in. to thtixi vvII kniowii.
2 (No I'plohIeIa. attache e t r rIiti\e of the ler
llrii-ti.i- k, [ tit, atjl p cI v l-n it(Iiii1 i s are I0 1 g 11,
Ipartiticilouto in t Oib ucot&e-t.aid Ii jiartee Il%'illp ::
Ill h(i*'.% I't of a ni- gunderet:andin g I-e oI
tauldli(Iatc.s r 41 !.ir. ii rt -tod11 1 a 1a i t..' 4-i i
h1i, iti), 4.(rtle -t -1. ( %h altlme are th e e
quallItti. d to rt~jido-r decirhons.
.1. IiI th l .(.%,I:t a c a a ll id te dcvidte' I1 C) [ h-
draua Ir.liai the re.wt- .u su ch candldate il wiitIt l*-
a 1!--k cd iut) r r % t;. r :. to the ert dit t ~ita t-i'L r
(itildiii Lte In ( .4 kite.:--.


DA.II'I4


$1.25--Thr-e mouths' subscrip iou ....................
$2.50-Six mr ntbb' subscription ................. ....
$5.00-Coe yas sul(:iptron .... ...... ..... ...
For a club tf five one..)-~ r sul script.o '.re April 1, 10
For a clith of t i -' stib-r:i t ..s ( i Api )
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. GO0 vAut 500 votes
S1,000 vot1s 1,200 0ot s
. 3,000 votes 3.500 v',,
S..5, ,0 vjtels 30,&Y0J v',
2.O000 vut 8 30.030 v)
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9 9 s'' -'~LA~~~AACU .by the 9wr6


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THE BUSH & AFFORD
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PIANO CONTEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by
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INAUGURAL ADDRESS


(CoBtlinrWd from Paxe Two)

ch Canbda, .Ci.na ta'P.'ih fn"i--t it
f. t known a lilt I r-'r. ***e
anih. l.atin and imul h Etill h
bWhen a beo he clerkedl In th. sore
Jl J. J Love. in (Qit.;c. Fla.. for
ja .r In,:nth. l nI-mIlling himii.. If. A,;
Iva ing H' ,t i'ohtAt hee l .ati,' a
lil eiigineer and sIur% vr. Yo lir cOl
Poa took hliai It l)ho -to rouniit, within
jutatee ount)> In Aug IN.N. and In
jp the I)D'mn that for thel nix\t f-,nr .irs
rbould re-idi at Tallnhla as-e a!.
e (ac1'e'f e :. *< ut vc (of the l.and of
ijwers.
Governor (illchrist'a mother. Mrs.
Ss. G. Gibbes.. now of Columbia. 8.
4, will keep houNe for him at the

ke is a daughter of Albert Waller.
r whom her soti waas named. All)ert
Whller is a dc-ewndant of Re. Jno
F VUer. a noted Raptist preacher a,:
oI Colonial days of Virginii. 'rhi
ji a well known family from K: i.t
ga-ty. England.
Ile is well educated. be'iug a g: ':i
aft of Lim.ne.tlne Springs. 8 C, and
ag; e other college in (hGorgia. She
1l fond of ioW'iety. In 19i'7 slel mnad.
o'trip through Eurol... and was about
tW only one on the trip who never
Ait a day on afrounit of tiCk:
Ph is a devoted e'x-Co(infderata. alld
bI favorite' brother was ('Cpi. I. A
Waller. aho v.,is ilted at their hattlei
do SharpeslnirK She .is liarx n-! in-
trn mental in iiriti t!:i (' a : .'. r
at monuimint in the' court (liou.c
M Quincy. Fl'I
Mrs. Gilb,'.b 1- (a r It iiiliedi. Ie'r.
lstte't lwoimai .aild *ll of he.r childIre-i
hel that Ilti( h of th.ir sitcceWis li lif.
h dul larg-l.. to li aii \it,<. ini-i-. -t.I .
and hier c*ff ire.

New Officers.
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( 'ra-t t(hI. wl'h tlh. p<; talni.. o;rp of 1. >;:h. Is the:, any-
', "' T 'e* W,.':; '* ,n !r I.,' awake
:irph, lo'o-Ir. ni. ivous, with
ro;d fe t. hot L.: 1 aid mlrcy knows
. .. elq-.? Short of letting the tetse
rf" bte us we would do almost any-
thing for relief. How can we pre-4
vo n it? Mr. Georte Hayes, of
rlnon litv. Pa., writes: "I bad lost
May apr-tite. was all run-down, could
aot sleep nights. I hb tzled every-
t'0tn without rellef. Vinol was ree-
o'nmended, sad to my surprise, It
bi ped me at once:; ave me a splendid
appetite, and now I sleep soundly."
What Vinol did for Mr. Rayre, It will
do for every run-dowa, mervou mad
overworked peos who easaot al6P.
VINOL Is aidl in Gaineville by W.
M. Johnson, Orugist.


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servedd seven years as secretary o the
ciliiin v i ioni.
The membership of the supreme
.-t.lt remain. the sunic. thouKig the
'Cuw-c .ustict- Is again chowsn bIy lot.
.in required hy the' constitution. In
th c,rd-r ioft iiiioril ti ('iiof co iit ...i.
tihe' Justic's art' lhio. It. F. Taylor
Of (Main i.-il. ioh T. M. Sli.aickh
ford of Tiampai,. lou. it. S. ('t kre :1 of
Jackson\ill-. lion. A I H r. r tot
Ot)ala, lion. J. H. Whittikld o; Talla-
ha.-,~,**. ;ind flln. C. It. P'arklhll of
!'e'.a('al: Tl'.a ('!e Ck io th. S. urenl.
court t iL Iloii. i. .Mal:r) of Tamupa.
Justltie Taylor i.la alip injiI d b?
(Go v e oier Fitiiiing iii .fanuar.i 1,1 l.
.lI,-f'.s (Co e rcll ;:d Shn : khiftordl
.I* rI ut,1'"* edi t hy (loiv iror Jii iniig-I
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lair'e (irr f- of Ilie haState'. Hen.
W'. 1). Hlox\lasil eati't alsaa and
!! Isaa W S. N.leasuiinigs and iN. It. Brow-
4.41 eAp Jiwtk.'aaiajille. K-Goi'. Fivni'
iaag dli-Ad iIt Jack--onI'ille' on IDeemuber

G.,le't ,ir MIiIton diedd In offce' its
f~c and %aas aasd ucne'e'dtd Iby %tis. A.

'thil asctinsg ( (rior. (;Gv. Itart died
h' hiGs' (;o\ec'riiear ill I.sI iawi %A. a-,ut-
*ea cdeI, M 1 I. Stcfanus, h'Alaou..si ue-
Sc*'ei''d h1) 11411. c(;-arge' F. I)r 'w I- I
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:ift i tIt,- ItC( !, iaa 'tioius lmc-ricA.
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'ai I I'a.su- 4 aln ev tIcvoIl a. liv inig4e 1, 1t0 .1
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'11-7 41%. (Cong1ri' ,is itarve' itt. Chalt v
iki (4e 4rt caNe 'a Sints ru:a. luu (Chas".
SI'Cooa:,-ar of Jacks-oiiill.- and hlii.
:t t W~r VI a.i nofw or Tanslaa.

''.: A. tAIcr's Staterrent.

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ri aia Ii Sin ea, i ac-inrel cary1 vtetal. amu
this' ho % a.- [: a! at ar.t b)-force'Uutil
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I .l ki'ig I. I v i lee" ciuKgl Ilhat lly)'
ip ll ili t, IJ s i'illsd llli 0 et-"r ligti
if kli i'h 'ui, ll ol-y o'ul 'a li'is'
ii! I Th. a -**re at id iflaii std lusa '
i ,I a' .1A t iAI I irr ligthe-siied andl a
l.tll 'l 'a i .*lliIa ll i .4-a T ke e0..1a tF'ula-a. li eli.a ind 'Isr
itI the- ll:i' ld LJl.A J J McCol'u
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rin*t GifawI e I se.
D)r Jolisoli. as Is well known. re-
fused for many months to wblk'c.e'
the I.1slaMI nleartihluse, and i'nrh:t C
fortuery were Just as skeptifal as )
the exbstL ne of thr glraffe. a r.ew ikkc.
I:neu of which ba-' just bl.uin added t ,
the .JurJIn des Plhntae. Tl eirtli--t
SiMvl'oen of tie gn'otIe remturme warl
seeN In Paris la the mein of Lois
XVI. We le-rn from a French tm-
tetulmrary that the giltffr was IM
bhard of la 187T, whem it was de-
scrilMld by a 'retchmas aimed 1I-
valllant. jho had journeyed It the
lands of the Hiottentots ad Ka&ra.
When the explorer referred to the a-m
Imals with the lg seeks he was loo-k
od upon as a Musebau sem sa l d
that be was such Is aot the pellt t
language. It was orly whimLe --
Intg opeclmens arrived In the Vucb
capital that Ieraiant's repetatli m r
re:-aity wasr re-stabUshLed, ad tl m
thbe anhlusa: for a long ime former th
m'.tl...;l,;o of iaris, not o7ly ament the
multitude, but lu all ielihtlAe dcftI.-
Ludidou ilobl.

Don't Tae the Rtik.
When you have a bad colh or cold
do not let It t dirag loq antil I h-'
-oni-s chronic bronchitis or develops
into an attack of paemmoai., but give
at the attention it deserves a et
aid of it. Take ChaanmtLrl's Coogh
Rltteimdy and you are m re of prompt
relief, 'rom a small beaginilg the
?uale and ut ( of this preparation has
t-xeliided to all parts of the United
St.--i.e ud lo many foreign couatrel.
It mainly remarkable cures of coughs
:ti.d colds have won for it thsl WlM
'e(pliutation and extensive use. Sod
t)) all druggibts.

*kunacilg Sety.
Theie sl asl old f:Uiblowl d owur call
ed "*l;urt In.It l;tsemey." which every eon
Ishl,'tII love 'o- r t railL 'e have Lu-
11 .,i lhal It rr',AN ou all nimtea
grave',. as If trylnlg to cover up the
fact t!lit ilnm one who once Uived *I
f'iiot(ten It Inay a!w, Ite fowud in
,,rnertr of ,old fnA4bl)nt lga gs.
winvr' T i a:r,.e aud blkaus sad pro-
ti-,,it ginlti-t lelun pushed ot em-
tilre-l 'I nhere- Pre mto e clear ftid ctas
loired Im*eple. whio slii. '-l "**Ik1lut
l .tt*t V At, isttI, l (iv*,.i

Fever Sere
FI \ r a. l and old cbrons stores
*- i,'' nIt lh*. he-aled ei tlrci ly. but
",,ilih I,.o k- it in healishy ,ia dillton.
i.. ..a. I- 1! .b a, h1 aU l') ? ih. t hanabu r
t.1 i:,, i l] < T l iM'I\( hMr IIO l*-
I riur (or thi., pIeir lea. It Ia Ia-o
i., I *etu eilat l r w ( L ; Li -d laliau its>re
il1 h'.-, Iburti, amid l- .CA'.- ,f T. ,
Akill J'41i li I ;9il1 1l 41 L I,


Her Latest Luxury.
"**V'Y U" Uguil ." i .1 ial I!, \ .
"do )ou unlldertatil ill. *IT 1. I \ i :
miiy t:iuyglhlir lial. lsr1i n, i ,,,
lit-" hli. li.- i iIv. l I 1 Ihi1 a ,
urp "bA iasitl "Aud 11,, I d
'liury slac wamilr." uiuriaure d ti Ii 'w
,r l.oildun Gl(L,.b

'lre- (- no .a ou re* ord of ia
*a i5il a solid or 1i Kill|1' d*evEloltliit
iliii ,lj e iituihiasi u' r 'ula ) a JlH t-y
i. Ih. iiest ulrlllltlt del> .altea tl. < iau
tnid cold.' h In t.skn 8itil'h ii e1-.-*
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What Thl OGaineville Citilen Says
Only Correhbrates the Sltry grafei ldk ig il
of Thouands. Sti Pim *I. AI LBa"

SDR. EDWARD CLARKU
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i <'ti 7.1 1 i ;aa. ,i'* are
Anli lal r i.t hirinlreds. oit omh r- tI l I l. thi i Tl T,
it). %Whenl there are, pore .- of i-,a-.
p1le. all anxious to I.Ili ahout the bene- 14, 1 sad 1 OGraham l g., -
i.(. r,.ll c from th uv- of Dian's ville, flio .
Kldic.) 'ills. the greatest( keptle In
fatl .;:1lle r. ust be convinced. Remd R
thi. !.uoili.D: D. DsVM BL. MODta *
Irse. 8. E. Plakoson. HIvia at 00
W. Liberty street Galuesville. Ph.. .. DJCT,
wa&: "'My daughter had been lu poor
e',ath for some time. and I am sure
ih.it it was &m due to weakened kid W. i i
,,'.. She was t -nna. felt merv- f h U
i, 14 and a ali. 'I headaches.
f'h. -, nli,tunt- wth others
. ,:,' :. t. iod. u I procure a D J A U .
1; ,4 t .. KidM. y J ,.' t J. 8.
i ollurd & Co's. My n.a llsedT *l
th'ni accordilnly to u ir-r. ~d I
a g ilad lo uay that -h, i.l.., ,d0. 1 0m t ji
feel thIat I o0%e a great A Pa.i 6 a. m 1
Kidney Pills a:d am glad tJ i. t a-
mend them to say pern u-:.. ..g W, BA S" ,
from kidney diWseae.*" Aw*- .? .
For hale byr 11 db l dealerr Pri P-"4 i
Pents F Pocier-Miiburn Co.. Itu.-o. LOlU01. o Ii
New York, sole agents for the I ite4
States.
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THE DAILY SUN: (AINESVILLE, FL3RIIA, JANUARY 6, 19(19


Ws OF cITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED I

MIITRS Or GENERAL INTEREST
SICURED BY SUN REPORTERS.


Has Happened and What Is Cc
I to Happel-Perscna: and
Sa.C l leInr- of the City.

S~ctrjr Tlwat3rc' l-th 1,.1

St a ni-al ticket at Rit heylr' 1

ywent) fie im-r cent off *fn'sst .Ut-.

rWent,"'fve wr cent off on ove'r-
J. Manllambe.
I3eary Stokei. 'Aas In the city y'e'l.
v fronm NliI anoloy.
IL W. Snead of Williston was a
1itor to the cMtY yf ;tvrday.
New oictiari of sarirthiv.r.'lit3 at
'E electric rhentre tonigbt.
i! Twv.n;Ay 1.I' P" Ce'ht otiff( )!1 4'
"I~p- m e s ult; J. ManctA-t.'
lhirty-thrO41 aHtd oito-thIrd p r crent

S weial ntttelIitiin aiLl to 1.01105
jI. at Rutherford's R#.-;aurart.
W .VW Caviicir of Mit:-ioji was a
Wriesr, vkhitc~r tor 1 lit (i. tyTuesday.
A NI. Ikiki of Novoh. rry w as

fuoke "Made iai Gaine"-% ilkt." ci:ztI3r
,W a ts a at an1o'! a:id at (iNi'il'h.
W. H. Robwrt- 4oI Alac'hua m.a,
awng the' li-it~t ? t.6 th.. (-t% '4 tr.

Dr. it. II I -I ld. *.i'*i~> inh
*s prt.fv.''. .;Ii i it t 1 1) 'lJutt anad oth-
v We' t EIA Io,;Wl'
W. 11. ltret'tr andt %%if, of Iaot!i
,spings w'A e r'atrijongtauthe 'sloji e.'r- i -.
IN" the cit% Tucsday.
Plank'. (Chill Toin ic guaranteedid to
ame f-% tf.\tit. (011.,i -md Iagrippio.
Pcm 2:0C. St,!d I') W~. M. Jo~h!1sion.

s o Iadifragmn'.. oit-. t iIf Otter


THE






NAU1ONAL


.11 AN Y FII K DS'




T. W.ook Prnint
WL 1. Sokrt ,im-hruse"t
Chas A. Fairclot?, C.sYer
II

Twe(nt% .-fi pt r (,t*: v7 o.'7n lao
cloaks. J NIanai-
Twenty-fi I'.r c' at off aJ;t'.' shrt'

It. H. Cotton Iteft yesterday for a
short trip to Micanopy.
('id.ar Kc onystirs. day and nIght
it Ruitdlerfords Restaurant.
l~'omiiitabt rF7.'jccvztts in cash %ill buy
it worth of goond. at Ntanasse's.
L. II Hall of ormage livight'i .was
train.'act ing LUIA. l u I114.(it) 3cs
It I da .
Stlrrtlilig! WodcIt rful' Beauiful
.11 r, 1 tc, ili irii; jit tir.', at 1(ti Electric

'ruIT 114)3 leixKeard of
a. among- ti* (ktol-to~ I
I- iti ir. he(re' 3.%Ie Flday.
~ ~ I ~.-L,iiiiiiat4i'iid the- IElectric'
'I!,- :91'f i 004111 if tilt.).wii'.h to


P1,.r. a;'ile' cidi'r deli'cred to any
.trt : L'th- cit.%t3 tiut' o01 dollar per

Wil~l lx 11i rtS,. a &owasau !otlllug
le).it't iht) i: Iolt thi' loilida% here' with
!ri o tid. rt lni'eL 14) tit .Is,. tudit' e-tu'F


T. ). Te.nnIant of the N W. Wade
S v). ..... .. .ti 1..t f. m i .. h d_


i'u II) iI iP' I 1 umeaitu iiF1115o-vUfa wa
B s trip to)l I igh SprjIo gs atid New- Il i' I he i Il i fL k-.,1 s 'aaz.
Wey..l eee'1..1 :10'" 11% 1lii- eIaudailtcr. ht
J. I. M dccI lini (if Moereeitth. after.
hrt vii-it to his. famin) here. r.'Iurn-
ad to hi. plat .' (; f ,utiaxe'v at that t,(,t10ng more rutro-hing
pallii haId i u- f ro a;,1Islv cidt'r. I
T vta% t I ,a ,..... (or !,.-, (1,)
&By. Vi-r4' 'Ail h 1(fA II I~ L 4*Iii~Ii r I ~I-iiv: !" -. l.u iee 'o.

4', r, n G I o 'E % 1. t i r H-il l
t '' it I, '1111 01 thait '
(I, i. 16o, t r t -t-(-


the" t
hu a...


'I


C'.
453
So!,.


-eke rt.


i e ipre,"-id Ild l o,
'liltal "' nk. left
iI ; i t I


F. I). lra .
;ractor "' ''*. a. h. 4;- ,1
ter so Incssa .;'t'r. ill the it1

Ho i 'i :.:.d .rrs.. M. 1) .l ack-on.
o(n ; ;. lit gir The
fath L Itoti h. :r and child are doing w* 11
Ml ; .at,, ai James. an attractive.
vOuiii. 1 .It of Atlatiii. (Ga.. is in tilt
II. Ia- a: 4d 'ill -I-na n several days


M.11 \V r *:t.i.
\llnriCan NatlioHlR
.s a, o ni", 4 tn'


iresldvint
Itank of
lirominti'nt


of the
Tamniii
visitors


here ye -, Idrd. t aitcA ias a(''oilnliiauid


J. 8

Iit
S It
- .49 III
II.: I).


a' ~'r Ieirvai-ii'-s t r oft
I~ct~l *g't V. -~ lac ru Iit

I t. Ile r ima t 01 lc Co
Ford! of Nlieanoiiy was maa'ct-
AiU 114 Touls friends in tho' city


rcd- alrit lit' state's that the pepl.t'
~ o''r the lic'a%
,I-L. 'A 1.1(1 Itull In Ithat action ~ti li
!a. Iiight
A. W. Smith. %lho has lw4-n 'egagkkl
.i. tilt' Owiiir('ait ian Iituiiuaess at Tr iitoia
aor 1-i1114 ttu.'. La., dispo. 4-0l of ;
,:11t'lt -ttthe-re meuid wa., litre t'-utt'
::i e'na ull 14to 1PimanICit.,. 'A 1411'A,
* thinkita( l It loaing.
IDo you Mri eLb. Fay-Sholes. Femiug
ton. DlOe.sitre. ,Fox. Smith. or an
*i Pi-ribbhoji niachiiiie If so you should
w It' urv to lmy Youir riblitilm' fromni Thi
-4un ciflict'. us )oU can g-t the' best

'21 S4 .th It lit' rt ( littlleas e t
If: 11ThSr I i~g"itrrIiie'I Ih i 0, 4cv
wid %% ill w '%1iiIt r- NI- It

r., The lt io, o- asb#o


i


I I AI Ift o I.1, tt

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Ito[ 1.0 1 1.4* a u t
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THE DUTTON
\!M.l. 1I1.I.F, !1.A.


Oiit tnri'im l Stock Taking R.fle cor





11a Lf 11
LI -:,. i. .4

I 4 i
'I '.'

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4.1 1 ,L I I-i't tl" II i th '( .tt t It %I I


rdrall-ft ....... ...
Ii 'II; Itit* .. ....
.lrei..........


'lMH~ se I~e -ri~.I~(g.
1) i ofl) A la.'.e IxIt
.I.t. 1. I.1
the .tlw. p *.-.


:'ft iil ... :


.1AB 11.1TI ES
xpita!' 7. ..... $ 1,0K) *0
.aarlpln. awn Proint1 7,,361 74
Ml-ao-it.. .......... 322.a 08


Tt4a. ............ 14WM 9


e~la:.' r, of 19'u' ttton RPank, do W vow *A
lue IIi tiele .td o~f m l.OWliSrdl bed AM&4
D. Tuft.ka Q4M i
V'. F. 1(1hrlMBVS, o.r .
S' (leoe Kr. Bmmw, I. r. Dvwmin.


..WANT& N





S5c


I *Ih I nL LINm

ach lasertion. but no adveru -
neut taken for less taaa 20 cents. t
words make a line: jo fractional 1:;,
elery word over ea h six coai;tor t,..
an additional line. CAbNH la avanc,
must accompany all orders for ram-
Aionr In tLls coluumn.

WANTED.


at Nunrle r Six.

FOR RENT.

FOR RENT- ive-room cottage. A
ply 200 E. Liberty street

FOR HENT-Furnisbed rooms, mod-
t-ril (olv(vniets.('i. Apply 501 East
Si rminary -tr **t
FOR BALL

IFOR SAL.E-loua an d lot cornet
E it Main and Boundary. street%
Alr;.A at Daly sIun office.


LOST.


.t I .I ... .Pr '~i liu~ ..l I I lI I i 'I A 1 s I I)u' t-in c1;
t I I I f. L .%I 1 4In' ll si A I1%') .1 % I I I*I.I I I #1' -4 (I hurC h W Ir I 'te

I 114 li, lij111 to (S'
r v % l ; %i 4 1' %41 1tclro ll uII r I l t- rd'-lA.
n tIr..AI i,
Ito (,t Lull cofIFuirt White. who



1-41- 1 4:,Il %i itil" tit fiIIIII) f J
.e 'u eit' for Il Ii jArti t w dai rttunit'd


T ll#-d.1% Ito.Ill ill, istl lit
:1 ttul ie I~A ~. *~ ~*' MNtr-:.A 'W t' illm ei itim and 'Il'lrcti of
tl it. lt i b*t- ~ IT'acor )a, IFla ,al.l(uatI ,. T 1S Rog
a III. 4'r the#-LAeI.'T S lteiiu'm..
I t.I -' i ef NIt% S it ,fl~uL'e I* (if 1t'.i
I -, i '11io I ch 'O oit CF.' goile,'t.- oil
P Ie, S k11 oI r- mr itc! t \1 Nra~
s-- :t 1, '11 t te o. a 'u \ -flr 1' 11,i 1
*i I I


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I 't


DEBTS CCLLECTED
AN)YWHEREE

DO(A*L IUUlLps.
bACI .';nLr f *LA


WORTH ll
We dealt at tose I
honest pride It -r I. -
Chees. Dairy asi
have a large share of -
tentiuo. tabou wey Wslh
'ect the stapis Ia the M
' oods. Tess, Cm a e
Drled Meats Pdh, Me.
overlook the abdIla s
to he joy of r t V .
havig L a t rr II 7 nm

Mmmcm'


200 to 300 cres

adjoining railroad

stating price, P. O. 1OX'

J.A'KSON VI LLE, IFL



Miss tN. Norto


iteitiae, Books,

Sonvenlrs, Sket

und Pi(ta Fruam ..


rS( tul LUkQ SMl.
A llESAtWIL. *


i 6EO. W. M



Tuner and RehuMl
II .. t.I h i Prmo tly and ,

i A, ,r,:
G A I ,Itl 4l
t FLL .
h tL^.


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I.


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-4


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4 A I %s. I \ I I I I


SIt I'dl)A


Esta:!ished Over Twenty Years
I i i c 'I X


IkilicD SIAT;S D1:4.CIITORY


Y .' R 3us iness....


i I u''4alhU
I'.ie Aat 'a


CONDENSED FROM REPORT FOR T1E STATE COMPTROLLER
recemter 31st, 1108:


' 2. .


15


A ,


a..


____ -


Capital, Full
Irrv.,ctn
I I) I .NI 1.'.t 4:. t I 1.r


--ma


NNW


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rs1~1L~) _~dE_l~i =-ewi un ~69


r Qlt3T


4 'o rr 4 -, % t-pt : W.


(01
(1


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!


Y
~~VT~' C-


-T77


4b..


--~ -~ ----


Paid, $75,000.00
*". W. II. il~EI. 1. Vi;rm.Pie.
i .r K. It K) 11.. Vin*Ple.


0 ..a a Se F!icit




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