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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 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01539
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAItiNESVILLE, FLORIDA, TIJIIIIPAY. JANUARY 7. 1909,


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PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED.

HINTON. W. Va.. Jan. G.-Fast pas-
senger train No. 1 due here early in
the day. and running three hours late.
ran into an olen st tch at Calerton
thirty miles wept of Hinton. killing
Engineer Thomas Edwards. next to
the oldest engineer on the Chesaleake
and Ohio railroad, and Fireman Peter
Trent. residents of Huntington. The
engine and four cars were ditched.
Express Messenger W. L. Grenshaw
was slightly Injured. but none of the
passengers were seriously injured. W.
I. Waugh of Shelbyville. Ky.. and A.
C. Miller of Kimherton. Ind.. and Paul
Dean. a negro. were cut and bruised.

"FIGHTING Or" TO TALK.

NEW YORK. Jan. 6.-A reception
such as has seldom been tendered to
a naval hero will greet Admiral "Fight-
lng Bob" Evans when he appears upon
the stage of Carnegie Hall Friday
evening to dehlier his first lecture
before an audience that has already
bought out the house. Admiral
Evans' frst attempt as an orator will
be under the aiusplcets of the Navy
League of the United Statei.

MOVING PICTURE WAR ENDS.

NEW YORK. Jan. 6.-A $1:.I"h.MH.o
merger, according to an aninoulncetinlit
made la-t night. will etin a nmoliug
picture war that has been in progrett.
for mas months. The n e.rg r is a
coni-c.ldation of the interest, of mnov.
ig picture material tianiatfactur.-rs
and olerators. and il!l result. it i:
stated. In crowding out of the huit-lnet-
nearly f, i'er cent of the moving pic-
ture places now in existence.

SUICIDE NEAR WAYCROSS.

WAYCRO8S. Ga.. Jan. 6.-Henry
Revel, a well-knowu Conitedriate %et-
eran aged 60. committed suicide near
Waycross yesterday by Bring a shot
gun with the aid of a stick. The en-
tire load or shot passed through his
beprt.


la u ni t.er re 6 aw @ ry W I rIn W hIl t oere He leaves four brothers. three of
igo r r o...l er wh qui are burid shall be whom are livng in n Richmond county,
tas m t art with iuick the. near Augusta.


NEW O STATION 168 T DOWN EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS CANARY.
TENERIFFE. CANARY ISLANDS.
| TJOM Jan. C,-A bearlig way and One Hundred and Nipetieth Jan. 6.-Au earthquake shock lasting
S b the pabe se-rvice co- street that will be 16S feet b w the telt co:ds sab felt there 3tr-
surface. This will break all records d.-
l-i 6 oay as the plan of the In- fosubsay stations. Elevators will It overturned furniture and set bells
MM RapiM Trahsit Company to have to be used to carry passengers I to ringing in the churches. People
a No w@MIr station at Broad- and from the station. rushed into the ,tre-ets in a state of
alarm, but no damage oas done.

IRIN NEW YORK CITY TO BE SOLD _GI0. o u .- 1.

M TOMR Jan. .-Anyone desir- way and Fortileth street, sill te. put WASilN(;TON. .lat. *;-Tht I'r-si-
SIta I trol- on the bloc-k and knocked down t(. dlnt e-ste.rday aft.rntfiontc, i'itd tith
rpNbaie a nrtcla metropoul- the highest bidder by Auctilouni-r Jo- 1ill pa.ss.d Iy hNth hliuse-s of Congrts.
R Ni Milp wI have an opportunity iel P. Day. The sale is foi the allprolriratig $""" "c for the r-lie-f
INV Whoa the Emapre. at lroad- heirs of Frank W 't angrr ( of the Italian *-airthulll:aket sfft i.r-r


DOUSL TRAGOOY.

UDLAULPHIA. Jan. C.-A Japan-
'e butler elployed in the home of
lwar4 Bte-r. Jr., in Bryn Masr.
S ar erer n Tueday allht shot Bertha
Tre awS, a pretty white maid in
0Ie houmhold. wounding her In the
mlLth. He then shot and killed him-
sel The girl sa~) the Japanese
Ihat her s a her refusal to marr)

RECEPTION FOR DIPLOMATS.

WASHINGTON. Jua. ;.-Pre-sldnt
c MUrs. Rlsevelt will ent-ertlrn the
I'MUIltU eorp Iat a r eceptiou to be
Gve6 at te Whit Houw tomorrow
reveal. This wUl bIe the Brt forural
r -tis of the @aeOa. aside froum
'e pt1 aSa& i os New Year dCa).
,LIIZARO IN NORTHWEST.

ONICAOO. Jan. .-A blisard wevpt
dws e Chicago today. The mercury
u lU IMrm 44 to I below
S MILWAUKECI Wis., Jan I --Ocial
t--p-rat br I la 15 beluw, ud at
p, '~l M 0


NIGHT RIDERS CASE


IS NEARING IT'S END


likely That Jury Wll Coider Case Today-..f

Rukh Was in Court Tuesday.

UNION CITY. Tenn.. Jan. 6.-Argu- involuntarily. They were Tid BwUrt
ments on behalf of the defense In the and Bob Hoffran. The latter is te
case of the alleged eight night riders man vho. according to at least gt
charged with the murder of Capt. witnesses. fird the shot that piersd
Quentin Rankin began Poou after court Queutin Rankin's heart as he w
opened today. The case should go to hanging. slowly strangling to dert
the jury about noon Thursday. when from the forked tree at Walnut lg.
Attorney-General Caldwell has con- Mrs. Rankiu rah-ed nor head a s.
eluded the final argument for the meant and caught sight of the two
Iprosecution. men as thty looked at her. Ie
For the first time during the trial .-hlterrd and turned htr face away.
Mrs. Quentin Rankin. widow of the The defendants sutt!kd back in their
man for who-e murder the eight al- seats and did no' angin look at Mrs
legsA night riders are on trial. as i n Rankin.
court today whini the argunictit Juror ioh.son was able to be in court
began. Accom.niinied by a score or again today. though he has a fully 4
iire of wonimen frit ltds. Mrs.. Rankit: vtloped ca-s of m.aihles and evidently
wa. escortedd to a sE-at within the Ianr. sutff' r d <'t-iutd rall;.
She was (lad in deep no:rning. Ma- li )r Hlmlsn In his argument
jor Hial Holnme. opten,.J for the Stat trn, 'A Ih hiitory of theI night ride
As the attorn<-., in an elo(iquInt -wa. fro,: itlt t;lae t!he y ,rgtaniized urtll aa
l;(tcture d HRilikinl as. one of the clean hour af:t r thlii n .rdt-r of Capt. Rankna,
v.-t. I'urtt nien in Telnt'-Me. a'. de- htn. according to w itnlle'.ss. Garrett
- iCrl-d hi: fvarfJal end. .1r.-. i uk il .lol:nt-n, one f tlhe- accuse,. uas
Itr.,ke dewn and Itk iing hbr ht.av!ly 'scetAiled the night ridtlr.s ad said:
iltl d ihead uionl tihe shoullitr of Iher "lBurn (,our min.:ks- atnd keep a sti
-ilter. the little widow ~ol 4lid lite to:na ie n!,out this tl!sl.t'.- hu-iness be.
"uirv. Two of th< accused nir-n gaz-d cam-.e th re ris going to he hell about
fli"--lv at her. their fa:ce- ,rkl in it"


AMERICAN BREEDERS ARE IN SESSION IN ISSOU


COI.'MIIA. Mo.. Jan. 6.--Exlprts
on live stock breeding from all over
the land are assembled today at the
University of Missouri. attracted lby
the annual aesblon of the American
Ilreedbrs' Arsociation. Many import
ant topics will be taken up. and hu
man luterett may Ibe added to the ri-es
s lon by a disccus. on of "eug.cni .lc.


Invl lung methods for improving tih
human race.
The week commencing today wil
be "farmers' week" at the university.
and tset-io ls will tw h eld by the Staft
Hoard of Horticulture. Corn Growers'
AFsoclatien. Dairy Association. Aso
(ila'ion of lighuay iEngineers. Sheep
!'re.derr.-' A..-j-oiation. Sawne BIree
'r.' AA ,!-nocli' tion. an11 l*tO k'.ke ers.


VIRGAA FRUIT GROWERS' CONVENE AT LYNCInu


LYN('CHitl'R. Va.. Jan. t;.-Des-pite
the fact that this is the thirtelenthh anL
uiual c-oiivnt itlii. Iio "h'ixdoo" r!l-t
Ul'In thit ats.,-lnoln Olwthe-d this moriii.it
l,y the. Virginia State li(rtic ultlual
Sotw/l't. A stasaon of uneal\il ll-i
ire,-lrrit, for the fruit and i!t gril( .
*-i; o- f \ irglinia ;i. .i' Iro,- t' t. a:tid
thip. a,. r-..-uiltd i tl a .lr ,e ,itti,d-l


all(,(, (of vulthu-im!-ti c dtJlvgmes #0*
!-1011% ill A HIIM' hldteedi t f% OlTOW
aw~l I'ruela' aet:t- fromi Virginia
-i .e~i ke r it. %% ~ill II.e :ialdr.-ses bY
114ak-,. fom 31131'l I& w am.~
W\a-Iiii.L:',II and ewh. r lewallties. 0
ti ;o ilit. 1wrtit ulvart: el the Old DO-
minIionh V.iii pt tim'ei~elel.I uto jsrel fit t
tilt, it ellce ee(i t re*1it growlersI is
ot,*Itt- sect ieii'. of the r-mort~tt


KELLEY AND HARNDEN WRESTLING MATCH TODAT


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MANY DEALERS INTERESTED IN


"NEAR BEER" CASE AT


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althcid I h tVueig t e h-r art. zeu hi iaft Io' -CI' t ')~ out bo-
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le Ie ('c I i-!. I .''*t .t Artillols
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ALUG T'ATA (a. Jau GC-Nearl.\ ., u it, that tUll i- ial. (,f the latter ta- *Ir. H :r -.er or t Il, ;t. tl. ln'
dealers In "lt**t -.u r-ctul." a lreto ry tn, t>l In<,t t I ti *i l hI1 1 -i-e u- l IIt. t e- l1 t I q"xI.' II r1 r" -,
piudutilt ref directly lte-r te.d in the t.. tle l r I tIl I.. I i t I I ,l iot !o ,l, o #o c.rr-'e It .r- r',
tetl Cae. oUf IIh "Urar b -r itx w which '-1,. I : w. I. I r- f ,.i that a m0. Ill e' t. it 1%I 1 ii t llA.lee "
eolmeS ui l tutoda> A hear l tax lai th,, .ii tie,.. t Ier Ike- e.,e t., ,. I ,, Iutil r, r >w I f t It.. I, a! ua rilr tI.' aI gKi. a g atl- e
IBtlao ed on the. det aler It ils II.ln ,a \ i. t i t, l.e itn!.Al ialit, a! ;"eilti n a1 le ti u. ll tlae -ki ll -,
lhlth b. r-i l 1v Is hlarg' l. -.i 1 It i .1,, i. I, tif I ,, l t 'M i l. I 1 \ t.1, I h e '\1i e1-.. U-- t tha ltlar;'
U -urKlS unde-r t.e- plruhiilliton re li tus Lit a thi Anld .h*tto tl e lh, lat t. r Iiht h;i d uecre. -ert d atd al-
ua d the tertl tast will hatr a lU i Ie,.tI, ,eli .estte theI, T il itio oltgl lu ,h e I et t w r I ,id f I r ulhnIe-I
iport atil btMrlltg on thte traMlt a tA id d. ite i t. f.t tl .l. La tan. tl,. a i," It."1r for highi -.r I* .e. ge4i-
The- (;orti> brand of t n-t ar .Ie r I ..e h lihave l l. etA ) it li ite id ri h',e -ar te t. f, trrhala ne.-d ,. tilt-
kl k. s like Ie. Ar. la.h-2 ilkae t..-.tr. I- )t.-+ f. t>., p l l>cl ie. uI" elf lit .t .t-tr ,t.-c' I(I tIht t of aile- n i lith
lu ,.- like, t beer, i aitii- e Ir. .t t ie lre -A ,r unit diniiai el.-hd d ucat of lprductlou
kui ells Ilk*' b*- r I. n )aiil h*> (tf l re-w be r
wrrie and is put it l, r l t tll. Ye t'l i. Is. t.r; i nI oth, r State b hilp real It I- lit.-d b> a lpro ilnet llt hwIl
It t. cliluird thJt It ic l.t.il i- I a Ithi alic l r t u e ; to )M id It le t I (;Gior. .r.e Ir ltih t thli-re haM hus (ar l twle
Ito Ier (Illt iltuhoi aLnd therrt-fti giI bail-.w rltrIa mutIt rl.itfIt- lllitu itn orgK.lilt-d uoeuruiltU aui ous bres
does nul luitoiclate cturer uotre thl. r Ith.Al tinr te-er e-rs a gAeIe t lit- Ipruhlbiition law but
Before the pr uoblition LaI at-t lutoa0 ad this product. l uredI it, ta) that altuo ,t every plant tn IanIy sIlt
efect. about .'j t,.e .r mtluoui serre do|- lIt tuds )ow dAle at.lallrre et. ian lo l saletld I>) Its eLacttUlitnt has beu
iag butllhel tu Augu(ta wlhb-ruvars lIl,vl.a s*lt w (theL pruolbltliu laW ia arrilouul) hurt
theL preMut time ul>) about It; are -it l igrdige rilforutl
Ws "a*wr-btir It 1 iUervture b Urviets e U Georsga mlut ow pro- The Sua Ace (or ealla erIds.


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OF DISEASE


Lpto, la aswer to lnl lrie by the
department at WamLagon telegraphs
t- easts that the house of the
*ittle l r of the Poor" was de
gaoMd. Two of the waters. Natalia
asn PTlpa and Oluaeppa Buon Glor-
y were killed. The others. 24 In
number, are desirous of going to Ml-
ma, but this ts un ertaln.
ear Adbral Spery. commander of
the America bettleshp Beet, has notl-
ed tLh authorities here that he will
be ta Naples on January 9, with the
rst division composed of the Con-
eetlet, Vermot. Minneota and Kan-
as.
News from Regg o*bows that earth-
quake ocacred there yesterday. two
shocks beiag about So minutes apart.
O. of the heavy blocks caused the
ellapse of a number of broken walls
and added to the terror of the few
survivors who remain there.

iSheeks o Messina.
MESSINA. Jan. $.-Earthquake
ahocks continue here, though diminish-
ltg in intensity. The Ares in the city
alo are being gradually extinguished.
Thirty thousand ratios were distribut-
ed Monday. The ofcial figures com-
pOad thu fa s b6 that 14.0 bodies
have been bhwd in four cemeteries.
that tO0* refugee have left the city.
ad that .000 persons stll remain
thare.
Inaead of excavating in an endeav-
or to Sd the bodies buried beneath
the ruas it has been proposed that
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-3W KDU GRADED

WILL ALSO 8I COVERED WITH
CLAY NEAR CITY HOSPITAL.

Plae That mH Long Needed Atten-
ties Owing te Its Premifence
Mwer Imwpreme~nt

Oast Odd Fellow street is now be-
lag graded preparatory to clay being
placed on this popular thoroughfare
and making a hard surface road for
tUe benefit of the many vehicles that
travel that way.
This work has long been needed and
urged, and It will be a source of pkas.-
ure to know that the street commit-
tee are now at work on the change,
which wll be completed as fast as
the work can be accomplished. The
work of grading has already been
nearly finished.
Besides the improvements being
made here by the city, property own-


era in


that section are Improving


things and several hundred feet of
new granolithic sidewalk will be laid
there within the next few weeks.
The large Increase in the hospital
business, and the fact that this con-
cern has been placed in the hands of
an association. has been largely in.
atrumental In the fixing up of the
street, as a large number of out-of-
town patients are constantly being
treated there and it was necessary
that the streets be made as good as
possible over which to convey them.

WILL START ON ROUNDS.

Collector Dickinson and Assessor Col-
eon Leave to Meet People.
Tax Collector Dickluson and Ai.-
seseqr Colson leave today to make
their annual rounds of the county for
the purpose of collecting taxes and
assessing proliert'.
By this means they -will Itw atlle to
save the tax-pa.merr not onil the ~.-it-
to Gaine, ille. ut thlie- exIH li-tI gtl
rally incurred in niakingK up tlh trial,
and it will pro,-e lqite' a (cii:l\i i.it c -
to Irole'rty owln-ri
TheFie Ii: k tl: iri i i-t vI-it t l;i
and! Archer ill li i li. tiir '-',*; ;'iing
I'lace-' Irto t ced;l Ir; t ti l. t p(liit
Thelv expi'c't to I;Lak- ul,.ut Itl, wi ek-


MEETING OF WOMAN'S

BOARD ON JANUARY 18

MISS DAVIES. A LEADIPI WORK-
ER. TO VISIT HIRE TWO DAYS.

Attractive Program Arranged for This
*Seaion by Ladies in Charge Here.
A Great Time Promised.

The memnlwrs of the First iMetho-
dilt church are antiIclpl,ating with
much interest the aipproachinig ilit of
Miss lalsy Davies, Traveling 8.rt.tary
of Young People \s ork for Woman's.
ranch of Foreign Misslons. MIht-
Davies will hold a 1Missiontry Insti
tute In the Methodist church here on
January ISth. beginning at 2 p. m. and
continuing through three sessions.
On account of the mid-winter meet-
ing of the woman's board shich Miss
Davies is called to attend. her time
In Florida will be short. She will be
In the State from January 17th to
february 4th-barely nineteen asys-
and. of course. cannot visit many
places. The plan is to hold a short
Misslonary Institute of two or three
sessions at several central points. and
the workers of these societies extend
a cordial Invitation to near-by church-
es to meet with them and hear Miss
Davies. Not only members of auxilin-
ries. but women of small churches-
where there are no societies will bht
especially welcome. The time will be
short and the enter rtatnment of thes.
guests not burdensone. Choose th,.
place nearest you. r-gardless of dis-
trict lines. It is esieclially desiralle
that all the young wonmc of the.
church should atter.d. as .hs Davihte-
is a young soman of rarn charm and
Iwrlor.al nagnetil.in.
All attending these e--" its vill
haie an oliort! uly tr r-, t o Ire t thc
problems and difficultiev of thvir work
and to give and rtcclivelih tIt to iIm-
lportaniit liiis
All workers in thel ne-ighlorthood of
Gailesvillhe arev cordially iivited t', at
tend thel ilirti;lte aiid a lar-,q attniii--
ance i is !olid Io,r
Following is their Irogramn as ar-
ranged for the btvsitin:
Monday.
2 p. m.. Devotional-Mrs F. F. Hol-
land. Corrtes ondtni Secrttary. I;ar-
tow. Fla.
Worker's Conference. Topic: "The
Strong l'oint In My Auxiliary anid iol
WV. Reached It'
Discussion. "Our Literature and
How to I'M llt"-IAd by .MrE.. W. F
Yocum.
Discussion. "'Or Young Peolh.l"-
Led by Mrs. Charles Lamonil
lory. "Hour for Childre-n"-Mi.b-
Dao iet.. Atlanta Ga.


Evening.
;:1. Addrc-- .Mi.-., l I)al.
Tuesday Morning.
* ::*'. I k.o llo ail Mr \V"


M I'. ;


W\orktr p. Con -re-iue. Topic: "The
'e'.a k Pi'c ain ii .1 Auxi lijor wad Him:'

Dkcua~CItm r-Finairc.---lA-d b% Mrs
It. F. Ifolixill

Di c -iic i ii S ti! t.-


Notice to Telephone Patrons.


ilki th *i% I. :. U I' !. u:t). 1 14ai
REPORTED IMPROVING. r -ir it-. 1 1 .

Change for thi Better Has Occurred ... 'it si.o o.- ~t r-.tli Im ,I.
for Orlando Weeks. ',I .%% Iti. -i1' 4.1 l.'.


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Cold Wave Predicted.aII-eil, lIf:.I
A tis List- ---i i A -1 h ot It -: t1- ;.. A111tr .1t L it
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14P da ma is i. for !&,-I* frstA.*%A atd re.1rosirt a.. Illor j o
we&.rkelmolml Ine'A'Id 1w"Au.U660.11, &W al J
"C161.,bub M ootlr r toJI A~tra ish Leat Is.
It I its priulowd Ilittotioue~r) )uu ibant blod too r;,,jiliosio, 4r birtt tj) ma f vr m -c t
thrio~or wet ruk-v: As~dreme Tue Mother
TU Dun odlC'w Is tbe 'ace ttu gvt it. ut'ia)i c.Jw&,rzk Le ko) Xv sm I'wi


AMUSEMENTS.


The New Baird Theatre.
The Four Pkko rti a:id Conil.:: .
t:i, I ro ve'd a ure. s ll here drllrli
I.e ir rec it ti tiag, tilefit IIl ret ar;i
o 11,li Nuni ITnirl Theatr :,Ir th e,
.lislit-. |rtt.nlitig I, v t 1.nl,4#'':'* ^ i'
niK .l Janunr lltl. The comlrim *IIll
,re'-*lii on NI,!.dn'. nIm ht "The N," ..';
Rider,." a plav that i- 'xcitling an:d Iit
teresting from start to fli;lh. The
,rlees 1ll be 2s.. :;; and .'Pc.

Electric Theatre.
The managm.ntl of the Electric
Theatre are keeping up to their prom-
ise of showing good iltureP this
'eek. Last night there was a long
ilet of excellent ones exhibited and
the attendance was very satisfactory.
The. closing of the store beneath
the theatre has nothing to do with It.
and the dally exhibitions of moving
Lectures. afternoon and night, will con-
tinue Just as usual. An arc light ha-
heen placed on the corner of the build-
ing which aids the sight considerably.
For this afternoon a evening there
will be an excellent program.

Attention, Truck Growers!
There will Itm a sweclal meeting of
the Orange Heights Truck Grower.-
Association Saturday. Jan. 1'th. 1IIte.
at the school house at Orange Heights.
Fla. Eery ntmember is re que std to
comn, as there in much I .ixrtluit busi.
ites's to com Ie i-for.- thf Iiijg, M t-
ng i ill t (ca'l,-d nt 1:;.:*' ,. im .. r.mipt.
JOSEPHi ADAMS. Pres.
W\V EK ITE. S.c

Scientific Spanking
<'inl:..-t In iiunisnIhent oaly when
a child is actually had 8me 'ncoth.
ers ihinik tlat all cring: is Ladiin --
it's ln. t." Whin your rInhy cr!io. look
for ILins cr s' ni( e'x\tt'rial ca: ?. if
you can't find t::rnm gie the bal,.
Whitt.'s Cream \ .rzlafuge. as the
chatict s are it is tr.fft iii. FJroi! worms
Iwhch keeti it huhitriy and <:'os all
tht tilzti.. Pivl-:irt to !:tke-stirel i
,t-. action. Price 23 cents. Sold by
W N1M. .lhnPon.


TELEPHONE


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Shoppers


BIefore making your select
tions for Holiday Gifts al
at our store and inspect our
line of


Furniture

Suitable

for

Christmas

Presents..


We have everything nee.
essary for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
tlhe wishes of anyone can
Iot gratified lIotl as to choice
and price.


Manyiv pieces that
pecialyv approipr-iate
~~lh--tjih~ trade.


Gainesville Furniture C.
Gainevill, Florida


SMevats Pme


TALKS


The Long Distance System


a
One of the most valuable features operating in various sections of th
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their e*ip
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods Of ep
tion with the extensive long distance eating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close trif
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tele
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to g*
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhtef
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put il
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any point
connect any telephone in cur system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radi*
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, is *Is
operated. daily in commerce and for social pL*
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, tne farmer aa
most modern and improved construc- citizens in all waits of life and df
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important link in tih
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chasn.




Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Company

Efficient Service. Reasoable Rates


a A YwU..U-T w..,TTwu


Are YOU Being 'Hunted?"
One of today's waut ads. may be hunting you ransck-
ing the city for you. It may have a message for you of urrgt
personal importance -one that, when you get it, and hed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, Of
your interests -may even place around and about you new
environments, new asociateo; may give you an entirely n e
start in a business way.
Isn't it worth while to try to o d out whether this uWJ
not be true -today, tomorrow, or very soon?


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) WOMAN DROPS

ID ON THE STREETS


ggSO WEDNESDAY AFTER
|@ON IN "THE ALLEY."

gi Woem n ai' Conspicuous on
Street of the City for
Many Years.


dead Ol he011 L


the ,.f;.% I
b the ii *!~ rr 4? he \
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ofthi-~:~1
illv- t; va t i '' i %t n i i I, it
~pged thatill ~tin~ ji# t %kaa.
Cur ~s Itas t'hovight tl.;It'!,
n died from heart failure'. 41J
trgtorl CRUS( -.
old In years. th.o wo111 t1
*out her duties as oil* ni.tut-t
,r. and parties not know ing
b hve taken ht-r t4) he.-'%.. .I,,[
Y younger than !- h-h" l
h ad rill uiairii'ei 4vf. -I,..* %
W~e bt-r ow'n i~i ritvic r i ,nav'i
&ad at the t1ni#U cil ho"r r.u'II.
was able to ;' *.1'"),'t a.1 q! t')
L Jcbs that -lAe 1iAt k''d nIu frorri
who desired he'r .*r'\ictis.

MICANOPY.

SpOilard Enjoying a Reunion of
His Family.
CL4OPY. Jan. 4.--A. It. Chitty of
Wavllie sI'.nt last Sunday w ith
"its. Sir. and Airs. E.(C. Ch'itt
0 place.
b Ruby Thrashtr, .who is ttI4i la
wibool at Lake( Cttv. ..'lnt the.
INI at bonive
Owe Edelwt-i .- an I ruth Pr*'vr
P*y ot this Islaco 1 1t1it 1 Io w(.1 'M(v
06 ae slKiI'inq, a f''w d!.:i.":
OL
@ ad .11rs (I. M A-! .% !IA ,,1
a port ion of la t.kN k Ni h r,

W rot'h tt!s ~ ,t~I l ti i i,', *
, b'end-~ ar'~ tlwa n- .~l;1a t~. -.
gain.

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'DISTRICT CONVEN-

F TION FOR KNIGHTS

WILL HOLD T*O SESSIONS IN
el A a%,c u II r ~m.a IA I o 1


GAINEl VILLE ONU JANUARY 12.

Lodges cf BrOO'ord. Levy and Alachua
to Assemble lith Mount Vernon.


Grand Time Antcipated.


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PURE I( I-. I
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DAVS

100 Par Cent


f PURE


: II 11 1l~ 1 i i :-i 1 t I a 1 1 t h e it -fit


A Wrrd ta the Wise e t hct'n-u din the cit'
anI! a g-d ti genef-rally i % exkilctd.
Ii .WficiIr ile':(irtlc fromn the different lodgesr
teltl n hirad at this andnight.n and the-
in ml"rl "ill thio h.otnt.-ir knol what
I A (er4afor is dloreg throuhotint the see.

I dMdn trt fos tt will e made rnv Itrod-
BAlED HA DWVARE *. n-Ir- nl nit). ra. and this ecal ant
f9it'., a;;'o ilnth.-Ii, ettt1 arr kno whent
of the. progi ant anfl *Ah'r mtv.i rs r-4are
at work to miiake. tho meeting one
&Ii idays. It has beei n t veral y.yaori of Iate'reu-. and! p'lea-uri' throughout.
.nuce he has gladdenie.'d his olci frio-tidn
his .1prot-eie-.*Attractive Catalogue.
It. M. Tun hi andiPet he, r 1.irtit~tt This oMce has receii'-ed oil.- of the
of (jatinvs-i le C-amv t 0' T to jtt.-n.1larg.,e' hand.,uni.e cataloguits Just is-
the- hal Thur-lay M. r Te i. I stied by the Florida Chair Factory, at
i. 4 % ll-k no %% n hei rl. as h.i hFcod :i ; 4a lI
!,oil' e ith tilt- fir:-i or Iu is
i nuruIlw'r if )' .ar. a g *r.. I't lotoit il)%%ith a cov'r in
-.ranic ai'i r.-'neo. on the back of
%:i iih Is I'vmii :t chair 1-lant. which
t,.Ol it Oe olt. ra lhii- wi
*~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~u~ l'~*i~tali ieO"r l'- 41 iiit er i:vvI ..:. t tl.t -.,a!t
'I.. I tl 1); r 1.1 1111 t It I C ', r* I-1t: *i l. in this S'at-. This cala
%3:. i-it ~ ittain-d r tii11)1i t I Y -, ...I' a,4 h 'live'n .iiun llied to s'n. tething
1 f' I j 1:m. A i:.' l "'e I 'se) I ,' it the Stat' of Flor-
rof lii-;ii~inx )W Iig Ii'a t l liat it 4e uld IA' Iin the hand&
I. .l~. ry tamiily iI I his State. Illus
Mrs. Ella Prit.r ,rtii fath.'r, J. J.[
Slappy. hal..' ruturnedt from a visit at a!:d:litt.", ratao nd cirs of

K ~ ~ ~ ~ 1')J. A*11' 1 -1-Ct4 li .rlcli'*' .tr.v &li t)ia'

Af!Te-1 ('I it- l~ ~q, IIIIn -,I, ii -t im i \% it) i t.#'r e: ~ The-
the, ntew tr A large (roltil tr. 1r
t'!. -I~rr..1in'iinll (Ou!l.r y .itte ] 1 11411 1 I4. '.t~ Ii th'I 111 1Ja: ''. i'.:. h11.iiid1
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table r- &(ulate~r suld by W. M. J41111.
3o)II.

Time's Change.
'Itef Ire v. I4ru '.; "!i..41 %*
ytu' l illy d..% n i r y Wt.f I. r 1"'4.
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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take- LAXATIVKE 1I IO\1 0 Quinine
TaW )ru-,!-td refund money if
it fail- to cure. E. W. GlOROE S *IS,
tiaturtC id ou (U 4h bOmx. -C'


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rA1'etble rcprepatio forAs-
,! silting rftoodnodfcQula-
ti "ume Smu4nad Loma L webd


Prom~csD~H~eton.Ch etfuI-
ns and I LkConwtai nchU
OpmnANMorphtine tkor ac.
Nor NAAa C orC.
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AmodWJI-XM=AM
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lionr. Sw =:Z=r~rY
wIs aid Loss or Sma
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Bears the

Signature

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For 8itr


Thirty Years


ENCIT COWT OF IEAM.
Lxcrc, r AR


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE


It pays the farmer to plant only the be. It' a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how ped."

Iw rsiem as-f am o iuh ft -, adb Mi
We arn now Looking olrdm for PeN aad o mr -msbnsom W
will be glad to aeod you prima ormq. ml m-
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W. H. MIXIS SEED CMIT


mJAKSONVILE mkIOKdAGE (OtM1 !:
---- (INCORPORATED)


STOCKS, BONDS, RAIN, ETO9

Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building. Jacksoville, Fla. '

W'e liy ;lli l 11I I.ocaIl Sc.rities of All Kinds. Correspond
ence invited.


ElHEKR P. JORDAN, W. W. BAMiON.


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTL5R SIOCK


GAINESVILLE PFLOODA


Fire. Life and Accident s...-ow "'1


CASTOR
Por thInn atsd M

The Kind You Hays

Always Bought


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I..PRUDENT


.tl;h li" (prudent in ev-
turythliiig. Your pru-
ilnev rirhouldn't oonsis
in tryjiig to kep the
Iiiiti-t fromi getting on
eirlll 'IlotLCliy t1
firvn, btlt toy ha~vingy it
II i.iirk-I~IIt in t s o that
if it dip take tire you
cawi Cdlila im dtniuity for
y I f'.row a good,

ve USLiiiabout a
A. M. CU MAN Ag t, Ga nim fluy.


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PSNNKLL'S CARD CF THANKS.
Retires to Private Life With Kindliest
Pfeolng Toward All.
Ed't 'r tSun Plia- allow 1. *enIe'.
bl is.e I ni9"i to *avy .1 norl at the,
0on I It-' I r If It 'rtoru oo 'lr, ;t*
he r ff of Alnehin a na qutv
N Ir 'lli tal iin \\, **I.. ,lIl' rn
Ins' I -it w ia \< r% cf t lti--i of 'r\
to ia ani I irnit that \ouir i millv
fee.ling-. ha\* not cRat-,'l ofnl t', over
ritw yt, r (- imr lui -i.-.l Il,"rillli th'
|M %.t /tHk lo t r< :i I I 1. N sre f Ili.
i peole,, of thli clouniit. to the' o,.tI of piv
bhlllty andi I lE-at., th.- otc' wihh a
ll, ioll- -- fit l,;d\olt' lotl IL. I
duty In -!s ftr nl I I 'an ah1ble' .; 1 'ar
nl'\er falteriid ill i h- lri r n. r .. i t f
that duty ouit of cl ro ,i l.-i -r:tiin flr nl\
per,.*mal ,l.ft% ,r |ri\.ate o itt,- Thi
dviti '- of thel hl'.ic, h h 'i\ t x,4 | ii \;
lhyiltal l~'nw rs t toth' h i' ii,)-t at
times. and hence- I f#.'l thIrt ,in l.-a.
InK the offmc, I shall ie. :itIab to s- lml
the remaininK yt-ars of Ii. lift ili
greater comfort and il|l't. 3andl K't
more lHrsoinal pleatur'e out of lift..
than during the year- jult ipait.
Consequently. I leave' thb office lth
out regret and trust that iny friends
throughout the county will give to my
successor that same confidence. sup-
port and encouragement which has
contributed so largely to whatever suc-
cess I have attained during my ad-
ministration: and at Its close. I wish
to thank all my friends In Alachua
county, whether my political friends
or my personal friends who honestly
differed with me In politics, for their
sympathy and support during my ofi-
cial career, and. for one and all. I have
the kindliest feelings. To my depu-
ties I wish to say that a large part
of the success of my administration
has been due to their faithful service
and for all their efforts in this be-
half I am profoundly grateful.
It would not be proper for me to
retire without saying that our efficient
Clerk of the Court qnd hi. worthy
deputy. as well as His Honor. the
Judge of the Circuit Court. and the
County Judge and*all the members ol
the Alachua County Flar. have ably as
stated me In the work of maintaining
law and order in the county, and for
one and all I have the klin:li- t feeil-
ings of appreciation for conslderati n-
and courtesies extended. To you.
Senator McCreary. and th, other
editors of the different county paper-.
I feel nmy debt of gratitude., and I Irr.-
by acknowledge it. And to one and
all I wi-h to say: work together for
(he ti wor:'v. c,,(,,.' r ';-.' :1 ttlifna"tor%
te'rmi. l,'* tl, h :.-. I ;andl to the' ie-('
pie. i? the c.ar iest wish of
Y.ir faithful servant.
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The New York Idea.
"Lttle ,bo3 "'
1it i'. ~t ,n k \," I 1 :.. f 1' "
H d. i- I iv. I k:V
**ye.. ef ,-'I,0r-.,. I',, I d i.'!t k' *,,
w\. \, 1t.1. e k'I t, ,
1 ne, Ii t 1 .l ., -'. r I
h.a ,'ti't the t a-t I,' i l, r<' ii i*.*"
"*'uI .er LehldI' "i
"W here.- I.t r. r ivt.l *"i '
"TLI.., '.iy ,r thl t w.I1 ." '
"Y' r ftrlli nlu' lu.e "
"\\'Wi y Ily.. Ji.iny. lt-re'- a au\ w,,i 't z
hie ,l, 1 t ki,,v, whlir. Ir,,e ,lw.a I-1'"
New V .rk Ti".',!

The Brakeman's Advice.
li a a Lil Mitah I- .V ,r .lrl
ItHuruLhait. iwltu.ielei eii 4 c....I.I l rni, hi


raIraI.Id that JI11 .' 1
iHumbani ei Jui.t oI i i ae dua) ia.-, Ii,
traitsu iii 're'aa lite41 tbii. laito *r 1Ial o, Ili
brakiet .. I man euturv-el th h' aar i .iid I ,. Il
hal" regid.ai rr i. r'! \'i It r tlii
1.o kI t.. Jio ll III- I- I' 114 'I
'ltua.Lt w Jul,, *. I' -i a .t
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The Other Cc ur se.
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NATURES CURIE

s. soS. FOR BLOOD POISON
8. S. S. i~i knnwn aq Nature's Cure for Contuaiots T1'j,,l Po1vn fr s
It iq Pmpaml eitirely filnt the blood rifying and he4-i ng c ttractsc, f"EotA
herbi and barks tiken directly fomn tre natural fort- of thie land. It (loes
not c(MtIitin t":! k.e't particle of strong mineral in-:rtu1ientl ant i,
rare l iM ILi. il t.71' 1110 1u111il( noZ0f C:XV IPortion of tie lee, "he ri
ing Coritagnnir I-, -.-1Poiaon fromn the blIOl. Nuo unlj.i-nt ifh-rt
f Alow the ubc SI S. S., such as PtonviI h trtoti4Ceq (l(II,1'1t 'id
rhemnatiar n, etc.. ai is so often the ca, e lhere otWhtr :: ti'it i S are in d.
S S. S. 1 ('l '~n t the very bottotn of t hetro.eI I ItIt
i ies oi t t v tr tta of the 4i -case. c lc.in-t-s and I Islu r : v k ircl: titl. u n,
t ; it'. 4i \ ( 1e ton ic eMt04, f t -. th tit tt! 11 t)t vlr v th
tiN- 11 I cf tic r and rv,-ain itA natturaf l l't 2t.:2,ti*n. S. S. &
doc x .'i, t cnver v or V i(le the symptomn for a'm hl!e, t,) !-. .,k u-It lmrt, but
:, t'0 o r cit. Y' -. -' H 4 j it rc iz io v e th e c ui se ti .l t (i o si g f 4 ( f v trv w I (. ,%t C T
Nin. S itrt'c-ir e,(isCie stuirt andI fA .t r !%- f l, C or Cont.;ri va
Blood 1oi .on. IVoie Treatment Book v ith vi 1 I-'f;le .ti. )tIws dI:lIkinfow.
suatiou. naLl IY .. Cical adlviice fIre to a:1 0,o v i.o" .
THE SWIFT SPECrFATC0 C'., ATLANOTA, CA.


BRITISH


PF I CES.


Very Different From the King In Ex-
emption From Laws.

X jrird-gvl Is ILII,- kiii, 4 L.Iic I ul
itn hie. ct IaxIi' froom Aa J1 .i~idl vtavi
lawr thiat sine 'A''tld iatar.A l ,xj-t
Iai. eliiildrvu *ujiIj lt d~p retty iaa' iio i as
wapt Ineu vetry Jeaulfus uf rilyaul per-
sauni*ei. and the fact is that Iriuces
enjoy very few privileges hitiuettl. A
prunte of the r 1114144I1 U laty tl he dtie.
1l1e ait y ordinary rtal, If his motor
car t'xterls the Itgal liUlt tof t sred.
ThwP I'rince of %al"t cauu.'t be sued
p1wrsna Ily fe.r hl I-t. If thet! debt I,% wit
jolei bt (teelhittir may taLe out a sum
Il'lli4. lt't lie muiust --uniiu'i the treat-
urer9 unit the lorintie. If the case goes
against the treasurer the money Is paid
Out of t the ifInce'assets.
.No child 4f the kinug who Is under
twenty-five can miarry wlti.'ut the
king's consent. 8iippoeintig. howev er, a
hrolute over ?wt':a?. *:: e d tre1 .to marry
anti t1w king nflusetl his ctwent. then
the ipriune i'utill give witive (of III* In-
tention to the pirivy tvpuiawil. After that
be wni Id ~e to r'-itr1a in .:it ltence
fiwr a wII.1eir' If.I t reiurI that timet'
eitler the- h''fa.. *f lttinin .r t'eh'. uot
tef 44ithleila thitl'iir t'tl Elf ituar-
r~iiie It esetld tiilt take ITTl. m int ir
I, ti Ih itiw~.4 ef v'r ivuitatv. *'e xsit -
tie v th. jri- i ,a t i irry t ho .'tiit'

Sut I I'.'ant" j'.ir P
V e!' ito. k, ft' ,
lrea '. t1'v:c anr. wi% r- il'i

For a milid. *a-iv latiru )1 'f *he h~
a .. iuigjt d,),. 'f,( i ui-R.gul~t-t,
SiA .tioegh. 'Tr''tatni- t tcure,- ha itinaal
si)ur 'lrimtzii-t !,r tli. nii

Sutn "Want" ad' h rine r,-.tultq.


SNEW BAIRD THEATRE

LOUIS KALBFIELO, Maraoer

THREE NIGHTS Commencing

Monday, Jan. II
MATINEE WEDNESDAY


THE FOUR PICKETS
and Company

1d' People 14

HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTIES.
MONDAY NIGHT

"The Night Riders"

-PRICES 2. 5 and 50 cents--


BARGAINS
In Dia III, X a 'h. .1. I1 .1A. -rIy.

Giii ~e~ol.r..Amitinifanvion. Tools.
jEtc. Mu: ical In trIim,#iit-. Opitiral
(loos; Clothilin Sh'-wh and Ilau;
Trunk.. aVil- a -nd Suilt Ca-',e.. and
thousands of othcr sch articl.s. aij
unredeeriied I'I''(1&t.
UNCLE DIAMOND'S PAWN SHOP,
623 W. Day --- Jacksnville, Fla.

SU88 BCRI BE FOR THE:

FLOBA TKS, SUNloN

DILY AND ACNDAV. 5' NtINm.Vtt
Thwe Mouths.&11 So ist a L
Twel w eMomU. P OD
The Smi-WOW 1%vs4Jre!-_ -.1
rk fi aIem d rW1: i r"'.
MIW l iWs uey I of th e l rehe, i
4wilW.STh e two papers for #I s', .1...r
Nal e your bubmIlDUip,





Breads, Cakes and

Pies

kikvry, 'a, tr' I' 'A r / F.-1Anstd tir t
yoili #-xt vh-itt 4-rT'. at hiae tIf ? U
g)IIi -140,at pauTi.~r '..r) t a 'Th iirw

KEYSTONE BAKERY
I. T. 'F. vja.fvr, I 'rq,). l'tnne 14N


Why Not Buy Your


Wife or Daughter


A KHi: PIANO for


Christmas ? ? ? ?

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'W. L. Hill
Opera HOuse wBuddig
GAIUFSVILLE. : FLOM
Tumiug Department m Cuoectis


Start the New Year

1RI I- I'T


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PEPSI-COLA


and UNIVERSITY BRAND Soft Drinks
Maufactured by


THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS


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THE DAILY 8U1: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. JA.N.'ARY 7. 190!,


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as Thel ttl si 'd


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Tr? iru-Vt vi
osyd"al bY -&ITrin Ole ;.
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n~ff \~ an II i c~r i ` 1, ,t\ n


psw. C-ri'ajni a cry M-!wq .'17 th
cun.8juq a~o ll thie LerrQ of tile
l~dl gbtate an gcnct'.1. Aln d i l be
pos"NYi free. tonnv pAr ot tile I Tilted
Can&I!&, fot !I a y, 7-or-in n V%-smce._
gluMt'p's bil!t, become d ueafter firitt
of adver-tcrlueut. unntem othex i
in cbDtrmct lrrtica Lntknown to u
160rived to pay for adet ing in ad-
a.Addft" THR D["alT V RN.
(;GAZI. 'ILLZ FLA.


fI end in
aged.


y knevs 01;u19'z. U,it o-%*r'. i: ,
to 2Zs.' M! I-u1reii- (' Ca -trin

returns indicate that Santa
Saph repulsed the iconocla-t4
vest slat'ghtter-

a may be said to occujlv a
Phrglrler space in the public t'!tj
k does on the nivip.

w what a thrill Congrs'ss wmntld
Immce mon the r(ct'iiet fM a (caim.
pma~tve. ad nci J1(licifa.t.- *,jg

Amdrew ('arnt'gite'i. sa% iig grace'
has no dou ht i~tlled himn out
a clo'w cor:9''r It i% a in#-
tO p ssE'..

Ohm to nvik lf f 11,Wtb.


-f to a fr tzzit.

Abes r. Champ11I ("I;.r;% 3141 th,
1 j price' e of '.t-- .ir

#b in tht I-ti( 5 t r Om ; M e han the'



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our Is 0ftit 1:.

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-'I*- \' on.a ...............
27-. .Johns Hol ki ,is..............
The on:ly hanxat.' yI:ice* lu.' ye(l are'
'that Odani~a h i placesr
with Han ard. Pe-unylvania has Mjo-
d Illiisoh. I' n :j anil C7ilifornia
have ihadsed Yale. anid Kansas ha'i
klv'U-n Outstrit pp'ed lv JItalniana.

Pitt~burg akws ,not rank to-ry high in
i moral i.oist i aionag the cities of this
!na;'. AMor t p. oilt' ("stulnuCt it with dhi.
r.-jsutabl-' illii: s. chorrus girls
.111d famritiv tc'a :'inii,. I 'ubtibets., thi?-
Alea is #'%agg-'ratt-l, but ii&,:i. ll' -It
the-re ha% been t)() unuch 'anu-. t or thu
uiJta f'orald And now
!h-- ritY n"ill r~ink -'ill itt"r a- tho. ,,
'1t of)!:'it-' cuinr:l,-onua '.hica -"n-to
:1 .' I 0, ''om: w9i it- it (',h.ic nreii
'r, ikalt191.the' rt a-isfor t.i!. .'islor-
:01 twt -7 t9i' 997uTair- i k it) o t s'feiasind ii,
,ht. l;101,trjo' i a%,i% 9'or itii-,ffs rnt ai -
~inI'!,. of t). .~#.i*Is u'. .it '%%ehich has

t[.. .'r~n. s Sia.es9er sir
59- 9 11 7( 99 9 i.` '9.' I ..~ .': :'''''' 7'.


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Vk.' -I I '~.. t r I isr *- 'of mtittat
In fIr ths- a !ima-e'flt'nT 1 slawoi%
',oucIh-t Is:s tpavitI. 911 rally Ift the F skht.
it hve'"oti9#" a hssdute'ly disgriusting The
ti hininnt sing of nlt'n k4 viciow. bWit
h'' (9 itn Iammaizitag ofI wi 'nivt'I is 1revolt-
ing Ini the' f'\tro'ti's'


It is clainmd that the reelproc(ty
iriIn('ilp, will Ite ith mosnit Iprominent
fIature' of th, forthconming tariff re
%ision. It will establish maximum
and minimum scales which will give
i club to retaliate against countries
that do not treat us fairly. It was
lanee G Illaine who was the first and
most forcible advocate of reciprocity.
It really represtonts the golden rule
in the International tariff policy. In
our case It will mean a golden era for
our forilgn triple.

If you %ave found anything ** If
It 1k adver*lied In the Want column.

KLEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.


rh* C(emmat W'euart af sat ( rep-
atese Dandraff ermsa.
T here ire ma na;y ln nj nt-ar theil
t. t ; r.ac '.lAy L..1 tt.e time when awrkt
I :'- b,:.-.-.eI :? .ha !'c.vy sh.>ck n
.,.i i f t te 'c ll 4 i'f thcse sume men
t "o ame 1-'fe-td itth dandluft
r104. It.*- rasite's wouWl mul:itry all
*.u.c,.*r fur tuck t air. ra!dr:esw
.:d f.:, s fs tdh .nal rcsu!L Ne,-
-,5'* '" -,..' '' ol!q these g rmnn adn
4 a.... .- ,-* i' ; t-,.ir tn a- ,zn ,l T it
a .. a... ha.i
*'-.--, '.'. :1 I d tlin.1r ff c -r, &nid
S" '1 .t ~ c I:n riusrl, a b-
Si* '- .,amp to The H1,rl-
,. 2,1 b.
Two sizes-50 ctDnts and S1 00.
J. 8. Rodl:ord & Co.. SryeLa! Alents


Safe and


ure.


C URES COUGHS COL B
COUGH SORE THmOAT OAS "CaJI I
LOOSEVS THE PHLEGI AN ASElD cf
T10N, HEALS 1 E LUNGS a& Preeamtm
Endorsed by the general PUBLIC as the *EST rnmed for
Chlldrens Croup and Whooping C-- u9 .
it contains Nothing Injuriots. The action ofd Balrefe
hound Syrup is mild and benign. it is adaptedtoaftsirl *
adults of every variety of temperament and oMtMi8 I

Read This Remarkabbl Tet
r B. W. EVAN eYw r .d&er Ra ki -
was dsk or three math& Wnd the dOdms bbe had



Sred h e I o a w al

OM D AMr Was- GorwW


*W.. S7JO NT80


G. S. Mere:


ban


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aserss ml i imesbe me b

Staple and Fancy Croceres

Grelq, Gardeq Seed aid FIrtMluer
SOUTH IMOD8 UAR A- AINSVULL, MWL

Highest market pries pld flre Chiek Ms, M ea t* gape sr

A mOpMO stock o Hay.csoaw.ont tv, m. a
at A~iPrIte.L al4 ndprmo ag o1e M A




Tampa & Jacksonville RIalwa-


EFFECTIVE DEC. 19. IM8.


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South. ............... ......
Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
Leave Gainielville for Sanmpon City, Palatka,
Iake City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesvillo .... ............


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ATLANTIC COAST


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RAILROAD


Goes

Everywhere




ortth, South, East and West


U


C ...iult t.e "Purple Folder"


* .. p\sfit* tit.. ir.-.t T ticket A gei it,
iv ti o or ('411 oil


A. W. FRITOT. FRANK C. O0YLSTO ,
Div. Pass. Aler.t, Trva. Pass. ApOt
Atlantic Coast Line. Jacksoville, Florida.


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THE I#AILY ~P?:


Ir ADYERTSING-NO. 6


St Fits You

This Cap


Wear


By Herbert Kafman


SAdm vidng isn't a crucible with which
bigoed and incapable merchants can
WMjnpeLncy into success-but one into
Miom and tenacity and courage can be
ad changed into dollars. It is only
crt acoas the fields-not a moving
1a You can't "get there" without

tim ina which the worker-not the

i masurement every man stands for
e i6 and for what he does, nt for what he
krwdw he did.
ur dar in the advertising world is another
I bto be taken care of with the same

ipoter n'tsurvive where the plu.er

doesn't take the place of busi.
taHemill_ ent It simple
ite bie n and A'w it is managed.
6 whoee father created and who is
to live on what was handed to him
* sand up against the man who knows he
$ i for self.'
Ui akls think that Yeu are entitled
w wer af a competitor who works
a d for his prosperity?


shoU as many people come to your
twonize a shop that makes an endeavor
ei trade and shows them that it is
fk to come to its doors?


would a newspaper send as many cus-
to p in half the time it took to fill an
nt which advertised twice as long
1rtwice as much for its publicity?
This is the day when the best man wins-
he pomes that he is the best man-when
M tor wins, when it has shown that it is
bes store-when the best goods win, after
we been demonstrated to be the best goods.
Iyou want thep!umiyou can't gt t !by lyi:i,
odethe tree with your mouth open w ;'i?,
it to drop--oo manvother men arc wr i .,
Scmb out on the limb and risk thuir nl-cks
er eagerness to get it away fro;n y m 'u.


h is a man's game-this advertise: .
g go on and tugging and ,traiInt' Iv t
eto wand eep ahead. It s tHs f -. "
M ofthelawof competition .',.c I t ; r
bdfolded justice over the n.irkets o0s "


lCqlrigtgh 106. by TrtVuno **~;


"That Which Is Worth Having Is
Worth Advertising For"
SThe ol adage that what is worth hiviang is worth ask-
il wi ts stil trlt- true of the more intricate life of today.
TI thing you want -whether it is a used piano or a
home, whether it is a ready-made business or a lost pocket
bhk-is obtained redily through advertising, and with
dibamty, or not at all, through other means.


Advertise in THE SUN


0 AINJ'sv i n Lo R I D'. A NUpA RV


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Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by


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PIANO


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will
be Awarded a Beautiful HowardPibno, and 18
Certificates valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by
The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.
sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,
The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in
Behalf of Bush & Safford. : :" : : :


S3,550.00


One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and I1
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : :


person
highest
0 p.m.
:p :,


Additional Gifts
In aldlition to tle Piano thiren will Ine i-mnl, l ly Thite u S .iaTorl l o o,,..
on a new 141 Ho liwar Piano, ,ight-ni lTran-feriblol, 1) Hill., Mn.., ,o i,-
,ai a fir-t r init;i; l ;I'pay i t 0 1: ; 1 Itlw IrHowaInrl I'i).11 "l'Th -, -Ilie ,i! ',1\ il ,1 ,
gi\v it iln 1 % 4iti \ Ci t -t ;4 follows, to p r- on r -i lin, in iA la i < :; .
To the first six receiving the next to the highest vote, a due bill for each for .. $200.60
To the zmccad six receiir.g the next highest vote, a due bill for each for ........ S 75.60
To the next six :eceivin| the next highest vote..a due bill for each for.... $150.00
I'iit.re' *'.i 1 1 .- ii.. i. 1* u.til Iy tlh \vit- ; '.* *:i. -, of to .nyo~
for iany value tivh y iaV -t'(* fit. ainll will lo.t wv.rt .,.ir ,'., v !. i o i iq ]r-
clfofte of o.ne of tl -e i' leiW no-.


Ii thu n#t flictv vvi it'oif 1, fiur any (ff
to will lK. giv cinmttl i oft0t41-k.= ticilli',


How and Where to Get
Votes
The f' )" i ii0 s rct;.t ll \:1 q \t'(. "
for evl, n- t t ..ti h un tl:. ir '. h ... lt '
go(Xl hI L hic, tli ',) lr;;t!!:
The Gaineuvilie Har cware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
1i91ll0t l ll be fim ild ill thi% t
ii:t i it *>f rt' g%11 n t- ill H i*; ^ I iin| %4)# ''l r
GiA1llf1 ll.- IV F10lItIA -


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Rules and Regulations
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A l ( l v iiw t .. \\ h. i, Lio',lh, t.I,' i l I, I, r

f!, -' I l [ t II I-.t '. tl h I ih l l l i! .i l r t, I' "
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rTHE DAILY_ SIT N
$1.25-Three mouth' B sbecrpttC u... .... ..... ....... 100 vyts 500 vt.-
$2.50-S.x mn uths' bLubscr:pt.TIn ............ ... 1.000 votes 1.200 voa's
$5.00--ne vtll's subscription .n .......... ........ .3,000 vtc 3.500 .'ute-
Fur a club if five oi,,-year subserptius. b. ftor Apnl 1, 19Q) 25.000 votes 30.0J0 jl-
For a club of tc s i-umiutlth' siubscriptions (beIre Apr'l 1) 25.000 votes 30.000 vaO'-
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


For it c ouL uf five ot--vear subscriptions


4.000 %otv'tr


the proprietors


0 kK AWL AWL AM AM AM


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CONTEST







THiE DIPALY St N.: (GAINESV'ILLE. FALORID~A, JANUARY .i


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ro-il n i h e eil u'it s.u i' tr'vl i' a l



"Titni vivd as rulnln 1'ii,ilr Statesco

wrltb terer da'. as cir relations to
tre are 1 r0-Ik uag thI M1-tei, d- ily
but I Quess th1ct fe-Weral pal, : Iitl!te
doi t Lit tbe peole at large as I age

nOne of the easiest uxa-(s to learn a
foreign language II to ren gIoo nov-
els In tbat tnongue Ycu gt so Inten -
ested in the stetry that liou just bare to
ti on to tade end to lesno n berel r the
hero and heroine come rlut nil right.t
studentss of tpon Vi ousin't adopt
that neethd Is gei minrk. I guemh. tr
your caln t 6:sd any Sjenvuikl uicirels on
thet stcondthaud l~ok,4;~ters tateles up
wit deven or ncnyd has o curty. The onl
tmicl ears I bare fihuicd hale been
8iut I rb ntrhas travrslated from the
"Oneb ofi'- the It iw strange. too. for
theri arn ngnua eeIsll nt nodels nor-
d:ls In t SjtnuieIsh oIrIters.
",If ceauree ani I:nstruc~tor Is needed
to oln a i tietCe enrdt lerno ;uitle t..ti. bt t
oStudletnts of. l" Is aS pnids ready
k~now-l&.e~ (I t'1e' I'iua~uage yocu can
hew in nPeq:ii i cI h i riot e!e d a reS luipiit 14 'Ti



The Southorn Art hf Convirsatinl.

spe f ele n' *l I.haei i. unlith av e 1th. a

it4' i cF I rii e* '.j 441 :s i er'icti .t

trien novielsi it irn se ne' .'e'ntrolo for
teit ar e iit .' .y ex rcelle 1 1. el.1s noe -e
1~iy4 tyi ii:aifer 'r. a e iv e m. e let
"Irltif a nl iu n instructorr I sI mv I
toC c-ltanth c rec ,r wiilaiot. u
onI 1a.1r. 1..% it rxiit v. it iia1i. iZ jrIeady

theS ou hern ArtofConv a ersation.
T t i : wr ii I4!it d ine
vf 154- i: i v wir v 4 .n41 it 14i t im t-it Ill.
I i t t l ft.' ii 1 in tirtitc r i lad In
tIeS ?w 4ait o-et l s., ri r snili. e ntual
eit re.Ii I !he i r-e4,"l et *r t !f .. aI ft ir I '. 'if -r
m t rI.% ~i I q 4 r. ;t 1.4 i e'. :' !:.ivh.trtlk I".v14
ntc'::ti p:0i'.i t ii .Utere ole W 8 r 11LS..e'
fit C.re Wei :r 1 nIie eIlti% P iALti tor
*I!, t of fcli' evi~i elvl eij I tiq
vhc re 'e rP rI. at e i't, ir~iattl.S tI
It1: wul trit Owi h :irnt it t dt' j ve:l
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li'"ar f-idn m f ata 4 criibim I
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A Poor Weak Woman
AiI, '%r 1, trwned. will enJure ?1rsi,'U' Fi in4 4 .1 "''
sa f e, *l e h s eh 1 a s t r o n a t i o n s. r w a s r n di tr.
lii. fact i% somen st. mcimr patient than tLicy oag.-
te, he' under such trouble%.
t em "omnan ought tei know that she may ot'tumn
the meo experienced mec.lical a2aC' freir- of a arip
0-4( in a'i.4al, vfwitncir and priai- hv swritir, to
the 'otlis I)'s Clcsarv %Ielicml \ssciati lk. H. V.
I erce. %1. D., Vrt l-Jent, Ou16a.o. N. 1'. V. Pee
has been chief comeultind php'ecian of the Inmelidie
IwIlel le.! Surgical Institute. of ltfalo, N. '.. for
min* ieir. and has had a "5jiict practical experience 0
in the treattment ofl weamen'- dii cs tpPan anii o-h 'r tpl-icisa in thu esontr.
His medicines. are wrueJ-lanaou f Io their astonishing edcic.
The most perfectremedy ever do isd fr we d 419de0
*at@ woome Is Dr. Pierce's FEaorite Preaeru41sls
IT MAE"S WEAK WOMEN STRONG.
SICK WOMEN WRLL
The many and varied svmptois of wears peculier si teu w ea hmlly a
Iorth in Platn Foglth a in the Peqepl s Medical Advi*,r ((1008 pgs), a newly
rmvised and up-to-date Edition of which, clotb-bound, wil he mailed lrow s
reeipt rsft4 31 oneicent *tacpeto pay oet of wailiag sob. Address a sheb


GAVE THE ANSWER.

A Soldier Who Fellowed the Ordera of
Ceneral Jaokson.
1n1ustratl-t. of the exuislsr.atllhi eaes
wt It ~ lhliijk tija uni t aillull.l "'.vei
bouui to routl is tuis ituor) t-ui "A
Boldk-r's IAtters tl C'b:Ulwuin .Nellie.'
On a dayl l June. 1vC('. til I ea:irly
part of the civiIl war Gi;:er.il li-od of
the Texus brlgarle hLilti-l reach r.gil-
went iu turn auil pae his order. To
the Fourth be Mild:
"t'&ldk'ir of the Fourth. I know as
lit i It of yur detsttuiiation i yos u do. If
Lot.wev'r. Ulny f )(i le:aru or suspCe t
It, Leep It a c-re-t. To every otil wea4o
asks questl'iim anliwtr. 'I don't knowL .
i We are inw uil her th orders of Gel-
eral Jackson, aid I repeat them to
you."
General Jncak-* nnalo gave strl.it or
ders against fl'rai:.:. Isti aile i'we're
pleiitiful. aid It wa:i otr,:lry tonaturi.
for hungry soltliers not o I, at ith-i
and so it cnnic nlt,>nt that ,o t he
marnh to 4 iv:n'ito'i e ;l ieral J:il kw-i
vniine u!.iIn n T" ; e- i it!":': ,n It'i'
1li1111i f !P'I nl,;Ile trIe'c I, 1ii'I. 'ngai:'-. 1:i
filling lhi h:ilTe'rsai'k 'tlli the ichol .et
frv:it
Tie gncri.ml rl re i: i i le-1 chtl sor *'l
hlor.-,e an:id li I:i.. lutltc,:ir.vr curt tiorse

"W1hat are you d- itlg In tIhat tree.
sitr'"
"1 -I! lin't l;kiow." rp'!'l'! 'I t.e, T.exan.
"ll\ hit c int: : t .Al d ', \ u t lotii- toi"r
"I d li't k:I:,w"
"Is. your -. iiv.im:.i]d a;hl.ad (of you or
hel'l!i,1 y. ,1i? "
*'1 te'.oi'l kli,, "
Thui it e:,' io. "I don't 1 ,1i w" riv-
ely Jt. ks n as s i. eri.nl iil-
ly t.l i 'I i 'ee 1 ltrici .t
"i'Vhy dio you ,'live im that anwltcer
to every qlcuetii;':
"'';Cause the.'si' the orntrsr our gein-
eral gi: us this m -rlii, ni.t' h' t. te
ii he got '*e::i that nr ;:ay straight
fr..i:i ekl Ja~ 'kcoun." -'lill t the Iu:iui It,
the' tree.
IDisgusted with a tox IIlteral oliedl
eitC I to li own coi,% lilai.1*. blut y'l
not cnrlii: t1o, irrue. tie I" lst. Gruncnrl
Jai.c Lio re de' oi.

Good Advice.
Father (-ol .vllily- Thib thrashlol l
I'lliil t< rl'int me iis mre thaii yuu. Nap.-
I,'Oi .ii I:.-osi I luviu tiietLi'll-illy --Well.
1,i'lt IIs ta, I',roaU d on }oUtm'lf. dad. 1
iln'tl worth it.--l.u;don &'-raps.

lie n b, If:r"io-!w.i ielts his friend
,would tua.lt1 J:ia God -Lavater.

The habit of answering ads. that
arxl'pal to you sl one that sill keep
you intereUsted in the life you arel II
ir nnet pros pemnl


A ONE NIGHT CONVERT.

Incident In the Temperane* Career f
Father Mathew.
In 1W43. when rather Matbew was
crusadl4L fur total abtltnence n lnou
don, be created no small aninaement
for a large party at the hospitable
mnansui of an Irish nobleman by his
attempts. partly playful. but also part-
ly werlus to ake a convert of Lord
Briugham. who resisted god humor-
edly. but resolutely, the effrts,of his
sealous neighbor. The Incident Is re-
lated by Katharine Tyuan n her blog-
rapby of Father Matbew.
"I drink very little wine." mId
Brougwhaw. "unly halt a glass at lunch
ei and two halt glasses at dinner.
And. tbhmgbh y uledi aldvler told
me I should Ilncirae the quantity. I
refused lo do so."
"He was wrong. mly lord. for ad
vIrliig you to incre '-e the quantity. and
you -were wnrngu In taking the small
quantity you do." Fa1il Father Mathew.
"lnut Iy : hae l y hos of you."
And so. after a pltaanat resistance
on thw part ,of the lenrnield lord. Father
Mathew lurested hi ,irdashlip with the
silver mt dal andl rll'.bn. the wluignla
and collr of t!e "oew order of the
Snt h."
"Tlhe,' I wiII keep It." sild Briucham.
"6tiid tane It to tht' l-ti~,w. bchre I
shall lIe sure t, meet ll Lnrd th l
v,.r.^-e for lilpior. nad I will put it oil
hli:."
Tlw al:nnoluncenl:lt (if the's intention
wax re. et lvAl with mnaulal I: hter. fot
the inol-le- lkrd referr-el to was notor-
OUsHl fr lot% I, ,it ,l'a.
L.ord Bringlianm was as rgod as b!s
wolrd. for on nwietlun the veteran per
he sald. "Lord --. I have a present
fron Father tMthiew for you." and
panswd the rlbllon rapidly over bl
neck.
"Tl hen I tell you what It is. Bromsh
nri I will keep ar,*'r for thl nightt'
ws the p~er's unexpected reapnee
And he Leit thls vow. to the alamu
alent of his friends.

The Fare.
This is how a t!rhcr of the priso,
ran. known an llack larla. distln-
rulbtl Ie himself. A wouh l be wit on
the crauclswny hainlh h111:
<(;iot uany ri *. ludkle. Iltliertr
"Thet.'*s r.eiii for oii." reij.lled the
*1rlher. "Wle k.p It fir you." *
Not entilrely dll'uclitrted. the wit
imade la. noier shtot.
"Wt'lins* .lur Irfre"." he asked.
Tht anuner entir-l>y eitingula'ed

"Itrcn-tl Hild watTi.r-aili. as you bad
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THE DAILY SUN: (;AIESVII,, E, FL )%IIA.IA IARY 7. 19JN,


S OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED


ATERT S OF GENERAL INTEREST
g gCUREC BY SUN REPORTERS.

lVat Has Happened and What Is Go
ing to Happen-Perscnal and
Social Items of the City.

0L a meal ticket at Ruthcrford',
gstaurant
W. A tShiw of M11ttw li.i >- ia
Visitor to fI.,' (it yeslterrta>
SCba'. McKic.lii of (;rai:rii w a- a
yinitor to the cit) ed.iiesdl;.
Special attention laid to ladies
gode at Rutherford's Restaurant.
S D. Itolhtt of Mlicanopr lwas a
itor to the county capital yl .terday
i" Sgoke "Made in Galuestilll' relars.
o1 ufe at MoIs'lcy's and at )'Neilll's
'. 1. Ilintdon hlft yesterd.Iy for a
kssi ess trip of a few da). to High
alings.
SMiss Tirzah \\'ithers.oln lheft yes-
,Kpday for Alachua. where she will vis-
M friends for a fe-w days.
r. Dr. J. ). Watkins of Micanopy. cash-
fir of The Itank of Micanioly. was a
*-Wtor to the city yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
re chills. fever. colds and lagrippe.
price 2c. Sold by W. M. Joloson.
Miss E\E'lina Io'Well le ft ~t'.st.rday
|W Duinnillon, whtr,, shi aill |l,,ind
the next -v'crai da.;n vi.iitinri her
mother
Hon J A. Willianim of Cedar Key.
Slator-lerct from l.,lyv county. was


MEETING FAILED TO COME OFF.

flIE Only Three Mtemhers of City Councii



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it sh'Iold ha',.. anld (fr this reason de-
T. W. Sh---. FuiIl Ir.s., that the.y secure sonte o, th tr ler
WI. SMLdtrt, -hri rP rtu "
Cm. A. Fircd, Cad r Lost something? An ad. In *
Sun's classified column may find
The closing of the Ice cream and
Cedar Key oysters, day and night, cool dri:k store has nothing to do
at Rutherford's Restaurant. with the Elhctric Theatre. It goes on
Stoe. WoVod Pint and oak. Send all the sanle. afternoon and night, for
your orders to W. H. Walts. yard wes.t telil c('nt. admission.


of Eddinsn M'f Co.
Follow the crowd at night and at-
teild the- Electric Theatre, for a fine.
v % iiiii g's itllertai nlilt'lnt
Mr... John I al of Starke' is in hl-
city limiting th- family of H. P. Hol-
st<'in. (on \''-t l.ltU rt. sitre-ct.
Pure apple cidr.r delivered to any
part of the city for oue dollar Iwr
gail',n. N. Frai.cis Phone '..2:
SlhTow- 11n1i (coi a nd( go. lutl the
1-l,..Etric Th. tr', ith'. its n i ing1 i`c-


Tam HI. Cato of Alachua was among
thi.e rogressive farmers visiting the
cit. yesterday. He states that the
farimer are already hard at work in
his -ection turning their fand for
:antither crop.
Capt. V. H. Iell and daughter. Miss
Mary. who hase bInn making this city
their home for the ias-t several
miillths. leit yt.ste-rday for Waldo.
their fornt: r home.. whl re they will
in future re-side.


Ilboking afte,.r -one,. .g-al matte.r.- ...... A Hialiy, Ne.w Year to all patrons
t. ltitre g,* ,it all the .-atiae. aftrti llc.o
yesterday of the lrou\n Housie. Rebolve to tsave
L. W. .lak-o I.fti .,-te.rday for . Oala and other r upoi in tile i Inte'rest I I He -. *eii gl uai.:-en r O ndingl the preparation of a Sunday
of the .-e U l iK iartul nit el (cf ll 1 h th Fari.t.er-' I 1i ttrt-t ; ( war- dinu. r: we will rve you all excellent
pWefre.tltnt ALI.l ei. io0 for less money. The lirown
t i ito l i- | t it It, \i -t. r- .t ,..-.
G W% i', ilad t oi s Im li f itim il I,.-ft ,,i. ill i a a ,,f ,' t -h n '
Yesterday f.or Palmet o. wh-re they TI 'l b a 11 o 'd Ther will le. a meeting of the'
will viit tfl I. .,n,.r fa.thtr for the'. e lth.l t,1 :1 | t| e ltl Liti rry huiliu1. I Tdi-r liss iotry Socilh t' at the,
Belt two w ,,k- "'\t (to the- Elk ione,-. S:tiurda.a. Jal- I r. te-.rian Fred 'Cubl,.r. .t.t nil aoint.d .th 1 ro *i ( I : ; o i k k C douitrYv (isu.,-ed will b.
strict Atlr. Nr r hre is nothing mtore retlre.rhinti:l..o f t he sea. with watchword.
District Atltrl. ia u ati.g fthlit. than a glass of pure apple cider. I Savior." Mrs. 8. M. alwsis will be
sell it for 5 et.ita a glass otr one dol- the leader.
trs hr, \',.elie. mlar per gallon. N. Francisco. I o want to bu a hgh-grade -
Typewriter rilun.s for sale at this Phone '23 ouant to buy a high-grade pl-
efce. The bhet on the market. O0.nl om nano. see the Jesse French Piano Co.,
venty f ceits. All r nd J. K. Tute, a nurchant and one of at their new store in the Graham
on all .taandard machines. the trustees of the Archer school. was building. We handle the Steinway.
in the city yesterday conferring with Starr. Richmond, Remington and
Mrs. A H. itir.o-ion. a ho has tei.ii Su ierinttende.ut Kllhey in reference to Chase pianos. We will make terms to
1i 11 the citt for th- I'i.it two da.\- si- school, matt .er suit. 8. A. Ledbetter. Manager.
ing Mrs. II II .1 ('Crar.. returned to i)r J. M. iloring of Waldo was a Dr. It. M. Tison. wife and child. ar-
Sher bhome at Ta.na -~. rda isitor to hit,. city yesterday. lie will rite-d in the city yesterday from Prov.
S L. Ti-on,, a ne-rchant mof Trenton. lea\. within the next few days for lidec. and will be located at the home
waa .a si i!i I the, (it e .s.-terday. Atlatita. twhtrer he will take. a special ,f jhi parents for the next feww weeks.
Be reports tradle' god inl his -set--tioli. (cour'- In nl-dl('iti.. or until there is sonte iuplrovement in
bt Just a littlI off alt.-r thet hiolida..- The J. .1 Finl-'y Chalpter. U1 D. C. the l)oxtor's condition. Hlie has re-
Wat.h Ith. after shool. ah .l ,l. uill s th.l-e i hi :tt11 *rit mt, at o'clock at the ft .-er
`4 hadeid tler hilt. l,..irir Th rl lilt). neo m *. *le .('e of N1r.- J. L. Kellu-,. Full F. Vie-ring. who is organizing an
S ag pictulte- Fit. <. nit- fI. m d'.r t w.elt ... ; r. ,,eli e.xhi bitionl "lr T]hoI a.' K leh.- l Ie.-t r,,s-, (1 f,,r tiait oft* t f.tal di:-- calil.d there by te.legramin to assist in
NI ,'ca -<( Ii"r iLas Ie n, 'd i eh 1 tIIlf itittiiK alie, .her (lrom\ of "'lizzardts"
A_ W ARN IN it ,- in osur fail. for .l lht .t:tig- ito, il..- a.-rie, inl that -WAR Mi:- 1i. \ lit ar..r lbuffalh.. N. Y al. about four '.e.ek- fld that aeri.
I bave learned that certain personst .A I Li:' r s(e It 1 1.i1 ," I '' | tl ,: Th ,, i ii -rheij, ,o t ,|elot P 'o.
an representing the.- sellies as m) ,. I., i' ::.,.' t.e :lm.t e'c .k vl t e.rdtay aftir.
entis., and taking ordt'rz for large 'I f ', I I -. t e e0. :e i t hr k e ete'diay aft. r-
ictures. clalimil;g I will fllish them t 1 1 1.t I I t l t 1 t) 01ei, a lit ii itelit',, l te(, a Iost-
sonie ca.e tfhi pit ture. givetl theml1a ': .* 11 | i .... !' It We int:
* bkave Lbee lu-t- littlerr of dear onuv \, % I I 11, I. < 'L. L W ,4k"0 aI 1 r." k
Which callunot lt.e I 'ilat l I .a. t < d. D 1 1- 1t1. a W ilts., nev..er d.l-. ad .,n r will i at t ..~ i..I. hoo hd. Ii o S 1eai a In t r idl ing ,
I deal d t .ae '* w ith ,i.c i, atrouns for l... t I -. i. l .. l e s it a
ll work I (anit affrl to Ilay at I fa I. 1 1. 4 14 i e, at It ,I f It ,od t i ,1,.111}
Wtiit out of th'.* I,,ris, I thi high giads. *,rk I do, ltring )our if )ou aaiut to Lxcorje the proud Ti. Sean ot, ..ll.0il to (it.
Ialarging to I:.. agel ,",i are. nte o lu e ,,--, ..e .,r uf a homnt by payiug month. t. if e h illtuh Iu & Safl did i'ia o Con-
it0- t fo, r ,atit (*-ht iahid for much
I r. ir, :..-. .t c.- -o t... t ri' e i nv st almututs in amounts Les t
la :ll ha e :t Kia ra:t,". -f a fa,thf Thuac li-unt, )ou can do it. Con-ult A-.k lIfii ,t tihta eh-'in n,.ll 0 d
t en a,.d aan arti-tc flni-h It it Colwa.n and be cun lu.ce.d Call ,,f Irait. il 1 -ta; ,,tci" e ry e'-ad lht ad
SMITH'S STUDIO. or riter to o ,t'. Ill% We.t Malu Street., I I'll. t-le n A gi., ig aftc'ularf re
lenville. Florida Gaine.s al .'. Fla t al t se -andutforthe
-iMh Sijh .th ('l,.l,,.t r I II tCil

Tomlll ( '(Wl'l' N N ( 'I'T )I) A\ i"T IR{ J.IA N 18. I1t,'* \\ ,-,t .i t,,, .. ,,.' i i.

Bush & Safford -- The Gainesville Sun i" "*" 'i'

PIA N O CONTEST ',, .*... -* a -I C''li(
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For


Address-


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I-f e i..a-t 'cc a I~iv ac i~ileegt et'ha rI-
1(1,11 till'


*g t~el.At 1 'A ia,.~~l,a tbg I- i il,,e
~,to 111 UI lJ CU 11(1, r yi.1 I r
-a Ii I L' tju I t 'A i41r 1.,111e19
tlrc teteItil- rI. ill tile Stalk- e41ALI it Is 'too
I .e 1' r"1tee..!that a Ia(i c ,f 'ibi' keicis
c( is ited tloe- prujeer I) teu -1.04to .d Ins
It. 1!. e4 11.% It ID Ui,1.u Iai m t 'ed 01,11 i l e'
btIcaIleigeIN 1: 1l64V CUt utcJt S U 0store'
roolm. aud lejtted feor (attrIclurl. I


THE DUTTON BANK
** I.E Ii.I.lt. FL.A
Capital. Fall Pai4, $75.000.00
\" ;. 11,,\1 \-. I r.- :.,,' (" W \ IA.4 E. l-t V .-Prw.
. I' 1 1 ,\ I1. ('.-l., K. H cli.InMiE.2'd Vi, y-Prw.

CONDENSED FROM EPORT FOR TIE STATE C@ ILER
loecitkr 31gs, 1111:


ire ccii -i tt~c's 111.41.. .too
I I ov I ri;i Hawk- a it, I ll'kr% I :'. -
Fiimii:t;n ll)~it~ O~~ 9

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T t il.........


LIABILITIES
Capital .... .......$ .7000 40
"nirphit and Prolt ..... 177,l I74
poits .............. 1 m w,
Ctalkr's Ces........ .a t.

Total ............... ..NiM o


State of Flori la.
(o''ll .- ,,l Alachu a W
I. E. I. Turn-r, ca-thiTr of The Dutton Bank, doo mu l=, @WM
the .\ gtateu-.nt is true to tte ltAt lof ma kno6wk llM ,
Snu'.crihed and sworn to before me this erb tU Im"
C. F. GOODMAN, i .
C .rr, ct-Atte : W. P. Theam Oeo. K. Bnome,, 3w. F.


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meat taken for less toan U0 o t. MO
words make a line; no f cteo-1 iMae
every word over each is coottg as
an additocal ine. CASH i a advance
must accompany alU orders for laser
tloas Into U column.
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LOST.
LOST-A string of gold beadp. Re.
turn to Cole*'s Jewelry Store and re-
t.


FOR
ply


FOR RNIT.
RENT-Five-room cotta. Ap
200 E. Liberty street.


FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, mod-
erm convenlences. Apply 1 Esut
Seminary street.
THREE nicely furnlshed rooms to ret.
Apply to Mrs. B. F. lDawklts, t0 E.
Magnolia street. two blocks from
square.

FOR SALL
FOR SALE-House and lot corner
East Main and Boundary streets.
Apply at Dally Sun ofee.
VOR SALE-Two coutags a South
Galnesville; terms easy at reaso
able Intereat it unable to pay all
cash. Apply at Sun office.
FOR SALE-Corner lot 100126 feet
o West Ma in SL tortb and Bon*
dary St. nest to Jef Keedrtek
Will sell at a barpgai and on eaay
terms. Apply at Bun ofee.

Do you use the Fay-Sholes, Reming
ton. lhtislfl- re. Fox, Smith. or any
ride-rlftmi n:m hine? If so you should
be rure to buy your ribbons from The
Sun ofncI, a.% you can get the best
*'S u ". n; ti prnit price.

SGalnesville Lodge No.
S90. B. P. O. B.-Meets
t 0 nillit at '.:";" :oclk
tn Elks'' Iot-e. Vil.tt
Ins brother- c r..ally
welcomed It E r-avis,
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-: .OAIN8VILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909


ONE I)OILLA A iR A


the egmatt l I bInuldMtnl roads, there
wood be so ech small death 'rate.
Humanty would prevent long term
Svlvteth from betn used permanently
to mpla orary camps. The commim-
eR t lam r t of Aclto e vitest attention
to tla tet ta t we sted solitary and
Saml"se la "--t- wo1s., back and
wlte, lor a mealed eem eratloa. and
LMt t we sal ofhalie amacg the
-.," -,..'. bit he erad t

bi .I!*...R5 ?a ...L sm hn Wg bi b i
w*- In t e as. the do. r
1m1 r6mmme Ma ft mmi prowl-
dm madt e r t I omtlm of tohef
-. rn me blto m em om. bm
a W rm ry wl yedbtheaM ~h eto tbeho The Cit Comecn met It relar
S i gm ege r ms that hs m.r.mmm -- my meamr _no~ est -- meday eight,
e. A i & VWo owter prevaiL Atutouam is invited t- he., Aderme A...ome,
t stbLado these m w Stbs tor r a emvet qm Bsmar (tt 30"Hm OGrav Vial,' and
i Th b am l aet, t es, ease it is n M to hbe asumb Clerk Della I am ammi e
Ofs W t Jled lk0lattlv e at the SO- Mintesa of th Deomber meeting
Im S eims O vem b ig oar 0 ". g were read d approve m.
m i md D hS ha w .a emt oh the a1 lseaI- ts Marsa An rw reported $191.75 col-
l oe ts I*ar 'due O law" I' oftea prev ll over ted for December, while Coliector
g01 ~a0 0 8Mi trlts Of thes oM Ellispe reported water reats of $4&20;
Sa Id PS De l a hee. The foUlowtn bllla were ordered
Sl a avor -"MlN has beer sai about the 8tatee paid: F ftd-Gaaesville o s and
m ,at O meiy. rbe -a I hone m' war to drain the Electric Power Company $7.8; G. W.
W rverladmle. iors received thee Blake, $1.25; J. A. Naftagar, $4: J. E
~ai m a est I lands natder the et of Conres. by Moyers, $45; W. A. Jernigan. $40;
he V g to a Sr to the which other States received their. Davis & Oliver, 20 cents; Hose Com-
en he that Our methbortam Sate of Alabama pany No. 1. $20.76; Hoe Company No.
fa0diSvd Mbe oNr the gave her to her lonae asylum. Iowa 2. $13.60; Baird Hardware Co, $25.77;
She hd as w e O ve hers to her eoamUte. Califoria E. A. O'Neill, $2.40. Cemetery fund:
l M 4 W tia dd hers. It is unknown to me if the Mr H. H. .McCreary, $?3. Water
-t i ` 1 =e tty e wra of any other late have taken works fund: T. B. osK, 9 cents;
it e o tS e oer the poton of 'tn her bound.' The Oouber Brass Works. $87.U8; B. E.
li s M ea t o rmifs tter of o othe dralnae of the lands of Tallat, $3; Baird Hardware Co.,
E lE"fL .t..-11- _1eM kbe the State is solply a business propo. $41.-3; Gainesvllie Tie Co, 0$0.24; B.
Aigll14 111101 1110r Oa Istloa to be eaeeted as the condl- P. Miller. $180; L C.' Gracey, $:
1- a O StW isf veWr tions warrant. In ths connectto. Ned Williams, $13; Gaineevue Hard-
tg Ofi A 1 h W Wa tere should be coasldered section 4, ware Co., $3.07; Lynch & Co., $33.60;
a 1. ~I n ou o Art. XII of the State constitution. J.- K Plls, $1"8.5; Dally Sun, $8.25.
S mm ter LUaLghGt fed: Gaineville Gas and Elee-
l M trte Power O .. $243.M. Street fund:
a o e a d C. M. Dell, $5; J. B. Dell Jr., $25;
l soto auf t oo Cu hA. ColetdhA. W. Taylor,
is e k w m be dne
r the 1t aI m 8.4 per eat. Ths compares favor-
S k -Iae pslut e me abIyr with the iltterate native white
ofi1 A sad w 4f ts a pop nt1i- n of the above mentioned
t wmi rt101a11 t 1e SUttes; for the year 1900 Georga.
w IMs, o b- ,o 11.9; outh Carolina. 13.6; North
So wiw C ad Carollar, 19.5; Virinita, 11.1; Ala-
Sme s a ha g bama, 14.8; Mississippi, 8.0; Louisiana.
I sntM T is s o 14.3. The percentage of the illiteracy
--n--d i the otle for the negro populations for 19 O
mig o e wt ae wttoed p shows favorably also for Florida. 3S.4
M IKea s a is mattrOeses per cent; for Oorgia. 52.4 per cent;
seIP ad sbhets, etbeL South Carolina, 52.8; North Carolina.
aY now $ r.Oa, cd sow- 47.6; Virginia. 44.6; Alabama. 57.4;
1 n imomL, 3L3. gMeL. Mississippi. 49.1; Louisiana. 61.1.
f agrI ture ft,, kin ld- There is no State In the Union in
f he wae am t th dwxg Iform. which more money, in proportion to
6:3 Thr e mber of State p rso- the taxable property, is collected for
SM e ladr dAri the yr ear 1907 waste school purposes than in our State.
1I.JT. TIe ai ber of wsmes handled There is the one-mil tax for the pub-
gub the ear rwas 43. Of this pam- HON. W. M. HOLLOWAY, lie schools, the State appropriation
ia Gc Winor priesaers there are State Superintendent of Public nr- for the higher institutions of learning
S1 Me wome for both he years otruction. and the State appropriation for the
St g o Iao th obed r' ---- high schools. Then there is the oune
f tW two bag t Qra tcy and which provides that twenty-Ave per dollar capitation tax, all of which p--
am Oeaa. The report shout white cent of the'sa.ls of all public lands to the free schools. Then the con.t:
Wm State nvietslo beag seat out now owned by the State or may be tution provides that no county ih.,!
i rmlmathlyt with teo prisoners hereafter owned oty the State, hall aseae less than three or moro li-
is Mdrelu e a mitake. Of the total Comstitute a Iart of the State sch(mol t en mills for free schools. ThdI.
a ber CC priso rs handled during fund. the Interest of which shall be limited to five mills. until al amend
I there were 2 deaths. Of thoee exclusively applied to the support of ment to the constitution ralce'd It te'
oVe war klled Ia attempting to and nmaltenance of public free .ete. It also provides for schl:l
as e; Omo was led by a tfallitg wall; schools,. The State superin- uub-dlitrlcts, in which a splcla!
ta 4hree dlatura death. It tendent. Hon. W. M. Holloway. In- th a of not more than tihrbe
t Ms pe that 1.33 per cent or forms me that $',324 94 r as paid to mills may be levied. In many coun
388 a every 10 did from natural the school found in November 190I. ties these' school sub-districtn embri,'e
ae. I t cases. the prisoners on account of the con titutional pro the entire county. In addition to the
dgd bh the eect of diseasesU con- vision of 25 pe.r c.nt ion a!l bales of foregoing,. there is the net proc.,. i.
med prior to etertlg the State public lands. This is the frat sud of all fines collected under the Ieiail
.This death rate is less than last I)ayment on such account. llow laws of the State. and the Intere-.t .sx.
l It is na some Iamurance c!m'n much is due the wchol fund on such the State school fund. All this would
ti which, a course, they pick account will require inlaetstigatiou rl,r..el.ent a nmillalge of be'tw.. -l*.ii
b members T. S. Census for Comparison With Other Statee. zad twelve mills in manu of the. con
ie p. t. rettr-tion Sar t of th t fir te ..l ir
Sela tha8 p. 4. ren lsthach th The aoo lua de )' es. There- is t o people In the
interested in the sd pueolrete of our
l d tat part id which the sta- inrnterested in the adantet of our orld who so willingly Iaseas them-
tesa ed upon regIstratio schools and in the education of our for schl pur e a the
emstas the death rate la 17.8 per svlves for chol purpows as they do
I reithedeath brate er people. The 'ltited States Clonus fur i Florida. There has ben qutd
The regstato1 are0 embraces 0 shows that the illiterates of the t it ho ha bee e
Me New M ta tes. new York statistics showlas that benefcial re-
Sw States, aew York, te is rapidly decreasing.u To the
S r Mchan ud the stret laLtIon the er ent of liter- suits are einl obtained.


IO hh-ll. i the reclttratlo area. 1 i Florida was, fur 180. 43.4; WhIte RaIe Will Rule.
M e Whto, the i eath rate of the for 1890, 27.6; far 1900. tl. This "We have, a in other Statl .
ve white is 1 p 1.0er l ad compares favorably with the percent two races, the white and the
dSl th Irel whie about 10 per age of 1 teracy in the fowing colored. Wherever thrown lu any
W than that the colored, bSouther Sutatee for 1900 in : eolrgia n umber with other races, the
S--a Mer that a large per cent of M.S; Jae Carolina,. U9; North Car. white race lru A handful of
o NspMerl are eothred., ad that the s ; Virsia, 32.9; Alabama. our foretathers thougt that It was
I IS uM a l cum s is only 4.*; Missppi. 2.; Lo laas. right to rule the country, wha
U I p .LW The Ullaterate mativ white opi- It was ownd by the noble red man
g0 e o *cuwm"pr a M w PrM shws a e l de. A Mbadll .~ e th AMIbe. AA
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dadm s Pdt 1
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W; Mrs. Lols Tucker. W 8;
SOliver. $17.04; John Cheaig.
J. M. Halle, $50; Galneasvt
ware Co., $8; R. W. Small. 1;
som & So. $6.75; C. M. Dell.
$57.50; J. M. Dell, sas~siM
Street fund: Kelley sprinagaM
Roller C., $1.131.20. OfBem e
B. T. Araow, $60; H. L Owev,
J. M. Dell. $40; W. 8. Brooml
Alachua County Abstract Ct,
T. B. Ellis. $100. Contlnget
B. T. Arnow, $9.75. Prittali
The Sun, $29.50.
Alderman IBurnctt moved ta
clerk see the Ihierymen of the
and get their correct bids for r
the street spriakler per day, ma
port at the next meeting of a
which was adopted
Alderman Burnett moved tilt
mayor be instructed to force tB|
C. L railway to put their road. d
grade esrtalished by the city sad
ply %ith the ordinance; whk i
carried.
Eabt Main street was alo
as to opening same up to
and it was finally derided tet
street committee a (.rtalua the
and report to the council.
The reetinl adjourned d
Friday night. Jan8. at 7:3 e'*


ern this country. While govero
we are under obligations to 'tote
and to be Just. In our State the I
tionship between the tao nrac
harmonious. It is to be hoped tha
will continue. Therre i a ceINl
!;lt'llliei's Let' e'.-i the two I
hbich may l'L ol'.-t undtrstood ti
the following .tr.(, rom a letYl
cenily rtc l-tied Iy m.v .-elf: 'Whik
'eli Iou tialt nI\ iat;:.r aiid Ml
wtre the. .l:t -.' of y'litr father
mother in the da'ys of slavery.
can readily s-. h.\ I take the I@
of addre.tig thlli hunimbl epit I
you. For there. is a fil'. unDsea I
inexp)rtisilli,,. 1,t .. .x1 tlh; nMAste
the slave that d.afi ( Olv c' a sn
My father ai.d Inoth' r are ll *ll
and ti.joy ti.' li!ghl hot-" of sfilaei
when ,In tuake .(oi r -it at Tait
ee. F':eu.:i t -' l i.i ".I heard
were running f,,r (;ivruor f I
*' it I'lor'd:& th',,* ji:ye'd fU


HON. ROYAL C. DUNN.
The Newly.-lected Ral road
sooner.

asking (;od tou it >U l he
And when they bhard tlhat y0
bveU uices(ulI. ihe *ro(
aud Sbouted full ** ther t j
their young aastrr *a, GO'T
the great Stat ofuP a
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si -msl yeear.
Il, ASatlh Davk was elected eo
Im|dr l Cat. J. C. McGrew adJ
i hg the eap.
A edslh n. hr the Shilet momu
a t Was Tbm, and after several
mmb e of th eamp paid up their
el m mstters were discmed
I- aJI -n-1,t m ** Sv
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A Rlllei Atb U s Statemn t.
W several years I was allcted
wMt kviy trouble and last winter
I ws asddely strike with a severe
aln h my hMteys and was coofined
to bed tet days uable to get up
wthAesu a aTmes. My urine cemo
INed a& thiek white aedlment and I
-aeed ae frequtly day and night.
I onmmen ed taklag Foley a Kidney
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abated aUd gastly eaed
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ri smdi Poler's IKadey Remedy.
J. W. MoColum A &Co.
eath eof Mhr Wheeler.
Pfrom Tuedays Daily Sum.
Mrs. Aaste C. Wheeler, widow of
the lt CoL W. B. Wb rs, died at
the Natinal Odd Fellows' Ialtarium
yesterday afternoon at 3:M3 o'clock.
after a lsg Uales. The body wll be
embalmed and removed to the redl-
deise of PhU p Miller. to await the
arrival of her oae. Capt. Harr) C.
Wheeler of Artaoaa. who is on his way
here ad is expected to arrie today.
Notice of the funeral will be given

Sealefile Spanking
Coastats In pualahmet only a en
a ehd to actually bad. Some moth
e think that all crying is bad.ea--
it's mt. Whel your baby cries, look
lW pin aor aome external cause; If
yes ean't lad them gile the baby
WhMe's Cream Vermtufge. a the
Amas are It Is u Wertag frum worms
whikh eep It heary tad cro all
Ihe ati. Pleaanat to tlake--re In
|ka -aS. Fisee I ceats. SoM by
W. U. a.jeha.

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WAS IOLE LE

I4. I-&k Mlit had Fearful
AdA fi Mma-Spread All
lwlFrMr OEyte Bepn to
Je--Irte Till BOXod
WL-Ai-eJd in a Night and

LIBY CUTICURA
rFTrEt LONG SUFFERING


ida. but It should be la the hands
f every family la this State. Illu-
ijattd In thi catalogue are cha!rs of
almost every grade, and some very
beautiful delgns. By buying from the
chair factory direct they claim to save
you one-third on your purchases.
In connection with their chairs the
chair factory are offering as a prem-
ium for the month of January a hand-
some lady's desk. If you have not
recited this catalogue drop a postal
card to the Florida Chair Fartor.
lacksonville. Fla.. today and you 111
recel e It by return mail.

TArr or OMin). Cnv ('T* Toi:ais>,
Lrcra Cr s-rv. i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the arm of
P. J. Cheney & Co.. doing busiuebs in
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm *Ill pay
the sum of ONE Ill'NDltED DOLr
LARS for each and ei-ry case of ca-
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Curt.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence. this 6tb day of De-
cember. A. D. 1986.
W. OLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-
ternally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
&k*ud for testimonials free.
V. J CHENEY & CO. Toledo. O.
Sold by all drur -* 7- c
Take Hall's Fl.:! I't11 for c~roti-
patoie.
Informal Whist Party.
Mias E.I. \lValk. r bridge hlibt at her i hot;. )eottrday
aftrtitu sia ln hmior tof l'ri K ,'*-t Mi -
Nell llroward of JaC ki.tuo ill. IIt a.
an informal affair tl. iere oi',
three- tabl >
Mi tas I|r>.w rd i- a o 1,t ,.
'illl's I k(3o fi.it Int 4 4l:I t ll I 14 K it
aid in ver) ptijuliir al.. a tliu Uag
Wlety) iM-plue of (U.lA ies ilt Slhe-
will be here for a few da)s.

Man) little lI bas bate e-tn bA..t-d
by Fokly s Huolin and Tar. for coulghs
colds croup and booing cough It
is the uul) afe remedy ufr iufant,
and children as it contain uo ouiates
or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Fuoleh)' Houey and Tar C'areful
others keep a bottle i the bhoue.
Refuse substitute J W McCollum
& Co
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SWOL OPENS Wffm

LARGE ATTENDANCE

OVERFLOW ROOM ALREADY W:LL
FILLED AT HIGH SCHOOL.

Attendance At All S:hoots Sho* In-
ree 0of New Pupils and Spiing
Term Is Very Prcr.isng.

The t'niverltry. Miss Teliau's and
the Imniverulty liigl School on Monday
opened their doors for the spring term
of school, and uiany new facis wtrc
to be seen amiog the crowds that
came rIn o the opening day.
At the university *ome new scbol
irs have entered and all seem to be
tard at work at the college.for the
spring term. Much activity is being
manifested ta the athletic feature
there and the boys expect to have a
baseball team that will clean up the
Other college of their circuit.
Mis Tebeam's school. which is one
C the olMet here, has a special fol-
lowirg among the people of this and
adjollter eintkes, and the spring
term of her hool will show an nl
erease over forms ssiuons.
Prof. Casset has worked hard to
promote the attendance at the high
school, ad his effort have not been
in vai, for the new overfow room
Just added has qlredy been well
Called. Both he and his asistants
tave Just cause to feet proud of the
fne record they are making for thip
teading high school of the State.

Attrative Catalogue.
This olee has received one of the
large handsome catalogues Ju:t Is-
mned by the Florida Chair Factory, at
laIrksnville. Fla. This catalogue is
.ery nicely gotten up with a cover in
orange and green, on the back of
which is shown a chair plant. which
is another new plant that Is growing
very rapidly la this State. This cata
ogue has been mailed to something
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i -. and thank Ood that you
W e e:,-ted.
a ce M(, tfmo occur the smg-
l th Uat the L, I ee greatest men
W tIM greatest nation on earth
P dic d are George Washington.
)q Ig. lee and Abraham Lilculn.
g iversaries of the birthdays of
b|U and Lee have been by
,o1w" enactment made legal holl-
t high time for our State to
the patriotism and true
ot Abraham Lncoln by de-
Itbruary 12th the anniversary
rrth a legal holiday.
Owth of the State.
IhIS lustrates the growth of
llAS more than Is shown by the
Stue cenas of 1900. This
rws the following increase:
I5 per cent; Georgia. 20.6
; Iouth Carolina. 1;.4; North
17.1: Virginia. 12; Alabama.


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THE ;.AI FNs.VIIIK SlIN: JANUARY 7, 1909


WMNASf & 1 .tate Is ezixceedingly gratifying. It
a thing of beauty and a Joy fore
/to see so many ladies preset. It
to be hoped that their good wish
B r n and the grvxd m!-h' of their bhtabma
their father. their unlew. and th<
T 0 1~ ~I IS in %- winll always attend me. Wi
rA ionc is]the motnn on mry side. su.eas w


For over sixty years doctors
have endorsed Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral for coughs, colds,
wcak lungs, bronchitis, con-
sumption. You can trust a
medicine tle best doctors ap-
prove. Then trust this the next
time you have a hard cough.
T:,'. teat Li.d o: Ial:..c L-
,. .. t. over Saty years."
aIe t* 0. A. Ais t.. LweU. 9Ig


Aqers.A'ts V
V;'".oe 'T mei og ; We publla

Aur' PRbto kee so be-6-t
e, mrW mod hdo


Mllssilppi. 20.3; Louisiana. feels that he has done the best the
The percentage of increase for circumstances allowed. It has been
ltatws ha been quoted because said 'angels could do no more.'
I l-l have been made to them 'Suggestions will be gladly received.
SJWer comparisons. No other frgtn anyone, from the humblest to the
b lave shows greater in- most pretentious, always reserving to
o o percentage i population, ex- myself the right to do as It seems Just
Slr I~ Dakota, Montana. Wyo- and proper to be dome.
, IahO, Oklahoma. Washington. "The people have elected me GOo-
Ter. The latter State. Texas. ernor of Florida. without my having
Slreasu e of 35.4 per cent. as made any promise, as to any specific
1 5 per cent for lorida. policy, other than what is embodled in
SaUte has made a great growth the platform published during the
- ortation facilities, In com- campaign and in the various speeches
I, o maufactures. In horticul- made during the same. It would be
I t products of the field. the my wish for the public to know of
m e forest. and of the mine. But every move made by the administra-
bw years sate we mined nothing. tlon. There should be no secrets as
W* e mie more than one-half of between the admlnt-tration .ad the
gh phte of the 'nlted States I'pople. There could ce no greater
) a than one-third of the phos- policy for any Governor to have than
M* O the world. We mine Fuller's his administration should be run on
S- day for hne pottery. There business iritnctples. free frm graft.
|Ml Nbe being a prophet, or the and free from personal glorification
f a prophet: we will yet be one Although no claim is made as to be
great oil-prodcing States. lag stronger than the generality of
A Oreat anineering Feat. men. yet strength is hoped for to be
e aIe living In an age of great good enough. strong enough, and true
; aen are beginning to under. enough to perform my duties to the
1 soie of the forces with whi. h IIeople and the State without thought
SUth was made, and ar ior.sn of ipwrAnral ga.n or fut:.re political
* t ow how to handle these Iipr; rliltnt
UB. I this latest period in the The Public Welfare First.
m teat of man one of the great "The welfare of the p. o: le of the
ia g feats of the world is now State should mark the lines of whai:
ee mpleted aitLhn the borders ev-r power it gl\-n a (ovrnioTr. T*:e
r ewa State-the binding of tbth 'very channel in which the (overtioz


of Key W~ t to th' mainland
i s Of steel, and cenl.ntinKt i t
Leulaent with arches .f na-onirv
great work can only be a''rn,:,
I through aggregati 1 eOatbinatiouu of ;itrn. T!,- it .- I !
tdts. The artificial min.i.i k.' ,:-
b AOrporation. Io n T'''.- i'tI.:..
I Uficiall man are' ;,uii 11.. -;:r.
h bave certain rights. lith ha-,
tpla dtlies. N.-ither shoulttl l,,. al
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fliOve.s should bebe :. L, .L- 1.-.
. itut'lu! nand th, T .~e .'
tight should light the best Interet of

''ri tht. flilliac of ':'e~n p ie'; in -"'rV."
it vwt'.i. nJ tht;,Al-' the0l.1rz:.eiarw'

1--tolas are held thai' tlliig (is f a
1..: 1. ,it county ottfie.* wii IeFt. re
:t-ir4(d to the Inwt'It icr vt 4, wtrlii'.
4 '11. l emtt'e ( of the ruspolt-ctive cothivit-.


WE to oppress tCie otht r. SIt ;\ 1 '~i. r the oltivei- ructininwended aro
Of yt : 'It i %i z t.i V ha'v a #;I r. 1i(6 of Uiuae or htulouiitig to tho4
% strngth. but it is % 1:11r1cI' 1 z'Lm Imitiical party is of ehaall uiti
* k a s& giant.'The state 1,a-u Th. h i-ulel lit' ( )ipte i-o i~t
Le tremgib. tb. the (orjir.dti .i uid )t-si.
a giana streii.th. It ouAld l 1. "Permnit ltu' to say t the lI tJIhle of
for the S o p t4 up,. it: Tallahasm-v andcit of lreii toi it i I I
OW0 as a gi&a t iicaiiiuat ithe' corpora-I Ii h- ro) al wanut-r in % hInch 3 ou gull-
111 It would be villainous fur the porlLed tx.e. at the trying uioutme t. is
10WOtions to u.*e their trungtli asiihiy gratif m.It ruiakcs tu' f:t'.% a:
*M against the j.o'ople. Th.- (- t l ti. ~you really AuIntt-m.d uw eto h
II8as should be regutitat. d. but _. ith )tyu foV four 3 t'ars. Oily part
b* b regulated out of their 1,1i, f. -llIn La buiurit-1 rtedipre. i. M
nf:tiwey, childhood and boli tjd diao
118e8tions Welcomed. Acre 2%plet in the. ut'ighboriing cty of
,ba1 of our Lwople ad %utxt Q. )iny. atmid the grand oak, ili~
5. Of of which obt iloateo ..* ) 7- arnIK true' hickoprice'. the siturd% 1i.
4VIast a reduction of taxatiou t ;tj I teO si .*et- otniagaolift%. t(f l iddit.
4i OOservation has be-vn that at tr'r~da. NMiddle Flarld is
66 111kg of the bewiblon thlt. ue A1, uilk many d"Iitful recol, tieiI- It
Sina Y .'Behold the birightest anld i, a!-., ,a',m iatu cd u lilt jr.vzaf I irl
s"t of legislators t. er as- 1iardh.l( i1-. ahi. I. lurAtu Al'! Ai. lid -id.
10 7V Tallaate*..' lTooard shi '.' .''d- MallY a U j1lait llt1'Jit ItI
Mte "salon the battnle.P, ot lr II Clbk l Itt tv % iis old Talke;' a;L---
ObO Could not olmeil .h jjl p.t ple.aure. from ilial-aiAt At'' f':l011
W iS al the varloud lroj. (.1% 1. 11 It h Iieasaut pwoldt. and l. a-ur.
w illo would kiArtiki It 1,e1.ri'. d fromi hard cork A.: Sltatu
if they did, art, usuallyac&c4 rd- v idd1be frtutile in liig at it,
S mthe"e SAW#-ieIaiers. about ihev pi~t al iwhrk u ur. .1 aiA tIi,..h-Ci-1
OI U iO Men viier a- .-vl.Ie'd l'e itL .1; I
all a this. lesimiaturo.i art tele-ct j teo% ard 1he1, 4v' 0 I Ot it iii A
I Ot conveiio 'l, t,. o'.rnternart.-' i eat for lb.' t uae 'y court.biez, and at
ka tef arm inlausurat-,. III a e 11h t.*I io relii 'A I11"
I IS U"uatth thin -a ta. 'bunj it The State Troops.

4w th e ttt 110.IU144)i h e Ltt :.il ce (if 'ifi. 1?
4 U i teae th o...' aith A ll.,iall .4%'Al r fro i.' we eilim lK ie b tI I th o 1.1tAtt
t he t al Ois l ie eltit-.r 4 .'a lt.%%h, i iat ,, k. r.-ct'A luetiq t-ie. e

Wm AK M CKLY Ir 4o4)1 Thee Iii-iv I. '1... 4 '
~ ~brtt iig* *'e~,uf l s niteluM srUch OrganiztioYlcln acct 4I1.1
09 Lbew obil re ufrl rtcclI
Of 0 1ola r rta, at ire force in Ijr. iluilK
-fr "V thro *l'ij it the w., r iotn aned loowd abid e- I h c tStill
WorWe fHP.I1w.Nr trueijee. arr.of aviA.-atabie '.alue to) the
tag &11L*m" blue., 5.
I,@ A trialtkao "The presec of Go atari? of our fle
LtJluas # "aeber eke fawlis trum vwv parts of the


lbsiineass,. selling property of his own
'nor.' or less on Installments. He
has made i' a rule never to crowd any-
,mon. or take any undue advantage of
lth !r ti e."sitths.
iDuring the Spulsih-Amerlcan War
She tri d to secure a commission. as
*nr b '!i ., lad,. It a point to keep In
to h ~ ith rhe Unetics. Faillng to se-
curit, ;a cNIIinuio-ioil. on June 7. lM4%N.
Il., ;.- i'e i d ;a trigai'! .rgenu ral of tht
I' .r;i.*t n.i' :t a:.! I,'ecanli a private
:n Co. C. rd IU S V. Infantry, Col. P. 11.
RIay commainlir'-' HII, a.r'-'d in Cuba
for reteral monith.- at lieutenant, cap-
tain and acting major. The reginiunt
was nmuat,.red out of thei service in
!iMav. lh99. and be then held the rank
of caplta; 11ie ldeveilo(wd executive
ability. and his admninlhstratlon should
lte a good. clean hbustess addministra.
tilon. free from graft and personal
g} 'rifiuntio i
It may be Interelting to know that
he' had one Colonial grandfather. Col.
Jos. Iall. sho was also a grandfather
f George Washington. Another. Col.
ikldain Con(, av. was a grandfather of
Ja .Madi ,oI
governor r tiilhhript has lived in Flor-
ida all his life. tie has traveled in
all but al*',t ix States of the I'nlon.
through Canada. and through most of
:tiroije iHe kLnows a little French.
Spanll-h. Latin ati rd lmuchl EnKllb.
When a buy hbi cle.,rked in the store
,f J J It I.,Ae in Quincy. Fla. for
1 ", r iii hionh Im,:rdle' iiK hin-.elf Af
t. r l.i\ :g \\'e., Po ilin i h ie be(tiale a
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Mr. u- ,- seey, Mr. Ireland,
Mr. Blhul -ad Mr. Cosn of Mtech
Sm d-fte -sta te iatdr at theof
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e-- af Mr. ad Mrs. V. P. Slmth.
7ug-r Sokes of Newbry spent
Smmm 4ays hmer d r the hl Bday
Wl-- M--y of Tama seat Xma
is e-r mist.

aM pt Ia a mew player and the m111
Ito -w mud to furnteih rsclase lua-
er i a telmatlOes. BLUEBELL

LO CLOOW A NIWS NOTE.

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ThL rmtorefriday after p avent
is t t the former's mother. Mrs. J.
C. Mevwem.
J. L RoweU mad family returned to
ther hei at Largo Wedn.iday, after
a piCHmet tay wit. 4.atives.
Milr M Jackdo. ea of LoehtooI's
carmlg reasons ladles. I home speud-
eg her vaotles. She has been teach
Ing smol at Dadek City.
MiL. & L. Meaer of Savannah. Ga.,
is here as a visit to her brother. J
W. Metar.
WI Tomphat sad family of Port
MCoy spet mas with the fUrmer
paitrts. Mr. Jad Mr. J. R. Tompklos.
3. A. Tompknla of fort McCoy speut
Xm here with his parts Mr and
Ur. W. P Toampkinr


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UWPORTCE IMPROVING .


A sage for the better has ocur
red or Ortamdo Weeks, who wau so
serOleAuy ILured at Waldo recently as
a rmeet a a as e spsla.
ristod of the roang man who were
Is e as yleseraay g that wmthIa
the le days t hea eomdit of the
ims as Isreatly tiproved. and
Sas ~ amdauam Isonew aso mae
Li z *a *w ah-e s


EAD I TIE STREETS

OCCURRED WODNCSDAY ATERI-
NOON IN "THE ALLEY."

Wa Aged Women and Cenapleuea an
th Street 4f the City for
Many Years.

Rachel Williams, an afed negrees.
dropped dead on the streets yesterday
't what Is known as "The Alley." cor-
er Lauslter and Arredoodo streets.
Sbe was about seventy years of age
hbad been a consplcuous figure for
may years bere, doing odd jobs
ab the city besides sweeping out
some of the stores of the town.
The authorities were notifed, but
after a Investlgatlon was made It
wi demed that a Inquest was an-
m- ery, as It was thought that the
m woy ar died rem heart fawlre, or
beos -mtrl -ases.
AMtoud h old tI years the woman
at abhet bhr dates as one much
yeter, sad parts not knowlan
wad ave tabk- her to be several
year yownr tha ahe was. Her
ilMres had alH married of. she bav-
Ing araned h er ew t l a for many
years, ad at the tieof her adden
death was abe to gt about and do
t ed jobs that sah picked up from
people who desired her services.
MERCHANTS AMR WARNED.

Sep. MeeyW Orders New Allet In
This CeAry.
hrastater Lyah is la receipt of
a leter frme M. Setton, Inspector
i sharge at AUlats, warnna him of
the easutms of measy orders from
mBlmahaml Wah., numbered from
1401 to 1L, wheih are forertes and
whkL are able to mr from $1 to
The Im-e-ta, Ia alSlin the post-
maser's atteatioa to tUs has urged
at he motUty al mrchants not to
Sthes ore rs, mand further says
fhat it is unwie for lem to make a
pestaea of ea a large orders at
GIL
Tbaos partlalea numbers were
tols troam the pontofee and on the
albht following the thieves asgan ap-
peared lad stae the stamp which en-
aded them to put out the orders just
a they desired. and It is thought
oaee of them umay 2?roady be in thhi
aet loa.


MEN


The Now Baird Theatr. Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20 on Jan- NEAW YORK. Jn.u. *: A re
The Four PIel rit aniu Company. uary 1;.ti. .u( h as has : .111-m t. tiendefr
who proved a success here during The Lodges of Knights comprising a naval lhrv i!I gr-'t .\Al:iiral "P
their recent engagement. will return this dibtrkt are from Bradford. l -.y lIg Ito,"' lE\an- iwh.- i h. ;!l ,lap
to The New Baird Theatre for thrt anod Alachua coutlies,n aznJ it .' sta. of C:tirn t i ll Mlal
lights. begnlolnl next Mlonday een- Dected that a large inumrnr of dele- e.vetuiig to d.li \ r hi. firit
In January 11tb. The comlnny will gates will !'N hr.e' .t, -..t hfore an (', I I t' 1is aM1
preaet ao Mpoday night "The Night ing. which id Kure to piroe bothl enter- Innm ht u:t ii< ,..'*. Add
Rldk"r' a play that Is excltina and In- tanning and Instructi e to the m'm- F:\ar.: tir.t att, i v;t :'- a1 orator g
treating from start to finish. The ber,4 of th!i orl r. ,;:;.:. ', of the N
prieoa ill be 25. 35 and St'. Two sessions of the meeting will be I I.League of the I'n.it -l State.
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DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eye Specialist


Crss-Eyes


Straightened


DR. A1LNIS1'ON(,, the


ine ville 't"l ""S"'c Tu y i ,.. T U,. Brown House
Inesv Mie idand cai In ..een for (Oe DIay )ly at Brown HOUS


Dr. Armstrong Si ecializei oi all Eye Trouubles alln Reflex Nervous T'Irotil*Ie,
Headlachew, Nervou lDebility, Stomatch Troublte, and any condition that ily 1,
caused by reflex latent eye strain. The Doctor has perfected uany w'nll rful
cures, overcoming all trouble without drug% or operations. THE IK)T("H
WILL BRING A LAROE SBLROTION OF ARTIFICIAL LYE8 on thi trip


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THE GAIN 'uVIr.Lal e rN: SJAN'ARY 7, 1909


SAIII vI)III
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3ssa-ber 1., 120. at atnes-
.s 'erIs*"* Miatter.
C Coagres of March 3.


ewry Meoday and Thewetdy


SARY. Rd**tor a Wer.

^Ie- of Subsehptloo
-f-14Week Sun $1 a year;
i5e.: single copies, Sc.
AdwArtlfla Rates:
Sgvlrtsements. 1S cents a
*alrs't and 10 cents for each
BaIertion.
advertisements for three
twlve oa oths at special rates.
hrsbed upon applicatlee.
s d Death notices inserted
es, 6 cents a Ine.

Ow Clubbing Lit.
ad The Thrie-a-Week
j World one year.......1.65
sad The Atlanta (Ga.)
Coastiutlt on oe year. 1.75
Dad The Atlanta (Ga.)
Journal one year 1.5',
and The Semi-Weekly
one year ....... 1.50

wlEl aot accept stamps of
edgmmitloI ns thaa 2 cents.

Governor Broward."

martin. Governor Gilchrst.'

Ssed i t m whom we


M et just la time to e.
klked oat.L

-w e-ieryone
I*see, al Castro.

Saot somebody risen to re-
mSsthe Taft cabinet won't be
Kaox.

S am tadlcate that Santa
awal rep"led the e-nocktt
I t slmbhter.

hPstown Debating Society
di es the question: "Is Christ-
arth the money?"

b ress keep on increasing the
S amouny bill will rival its
easal expenses.

IFWMa has gone to Panama
SIf he is as much of a liar as
bL been cracke-d up to be.

lye still "makig gd."- or S&i
lslolation you made gone to ke ,p
y with tho.et of foi-mr y tir.-."

l your doullrs wlien ; ri
8- advise.- '. : ::, C( linr
Tea hnbu )ou are' u:il \U". ( I
*I ttriff twinu dou .Lur ni,,ik.

R reported thi;at th. lr..' itf i ,l
will be largely c.uri:i', (
Imaent year by the shutting doin
a-im of the largest plants In the


A~aaser man socially, politically
H business affairs never held of-
I Albert W. Otlelri.St who 1 ill
I AI today take the oath of omfi(e
pOBeruor of Flori
SL'lUnited States soldier who re-
Y with savings amnounatil to
Mw from his pay should write a
*B UHis advice on how to put azlde
I~lpetence out of a mall Iucouie
I-II be emineutly practical.


M. Johnsou has reired fruu thb.
nat of The l .-e burg Coin
and J. C. Comptou, fur twe.ity
slperittludt.Lt of schools of
&"tY :. ha a"unm.d the'e dltor
^l- aags'uie.t uf that i:i;tr
.'C a A is- ii e,, ry ay ,v ualitil d
So*O the Ieoll'e of l.ake' c Ullit aU
I' 0sPailer, and The Sun Irdic'bt
i be will do lu *o ery particular
BIB WelM hitm a ii .a.,b.r of the'


9*00 mang of pe ace, joy and guud
fiar the Christblua bteoan, and
*L bM W.ell liut now that the sea.
I Mso t dtra It it-eall a th sOuit
6L* Chriut,,s atlklrit II goue alou
S 6MuPievar for another twelve
I *If Iso, theu the festival as
rP isch p1.ole was a good dual
f t as"d they failed to learn the
6msoa aright H aaly kha
SetL Cbrlistmuas who takes
SUhruughout thb 6e days of
6i Strt that C'hrlstas was
k iimat is tho hu Uan


NO MORE OPEN SALOONSI

That it is only a question of time
whrn there will In- no licrnwc d Pa-
looins In the South nimut hie evident
to thone aho have watched the proig
r,'es of the anti salon movement dur
inog the last few ye'ar. Some ipro
%l'ion will no doubt he made for dl-
wn'lngl liquor< under certain restric-
tions In nio )pen qaiwn i dx~vnnled.
n, f..-riii to Atl.nta's exlprlenc, ofI
no' y'ier lthout thel o;,n salon. ThI-
Coln.titutlon of January Lrd Isa s:
"Policel court fncures for the year
!t," i ay c'lo,;rluent trilhute to the al,
; ;i,. ,f th.. (,I- n h r-roonm.
ithe' lo-ing of the' talc)a maist
,** '... !. .! Itr lui d I. d ,i" se t ut.
..~1', ii, thel l .ilum e r f arr,'sts by the!
.ollce Ia-t year. as cni;arr.d aith the,
-PC 4:; of 1"'7.
"To, tht fact. als-o. It follows. is d:l,
the dcrea-e of $.:4.',0 in the amount
of fltes collotted In recorder's court
and of $1,.:: s in the value of the flnes
worked out on the streets.
"Add to the $3A).0 0 saving In police
court flnes the amount of money which
that would al-o represent as having
been p|ent across the standing bar for
intoxicants which resulted In the ar-
:ests. and there was quite a comfort-
able sum saved to families who would.
no doubt, have otherwise found them-
.,elves at times in distressing and
needy circumstances.
"The experiment of the abandon-
ment of the saloo. therefore, cannot
be questioned; its success s establish-
ed In these figures, which, In similar
proportion, wiU undoubtedly be found
.n other communities from which the
saloon has now disappeared.
"It may be accepted, then, as a set-
tied fact that whatever system of regu-
latlon Oeorgia may ultimately see fit
to apply to the trade In bottle and
package, not to be consumed on tht
remixess, which exists In the State
in degree but little abated, the saloon
has gone for good and those who are
even remotely anticipating Its return
ire indulging a fatuous hope.
The saloon was one of the chief
agencies in the consumption of intoxl-
caIUt; Its presence was an lnvl-
tatlon to the easy and frequent In-
dulgence in the social drink.
"No better proof is obalnable of Itt
evil Influence ir t'- rcmuniuilty. cou-
ilderir.g the fact that l.quor In who!e-
-ale (uantlties ib about as eapy to get
as evt'r.
"Georgia may or may not determine
in the future to regulate that feature
of the traffic which n )w exltt.~ unr,.g.1
lAtetl ;and ullre.tr' iin '., :ind with ut;t
reve.iut to the 8tate. but whatever the
itate mpay do in that dirTction. the
:alolwn cani'pot ctomn; e'ac. *.
It : r i r i ( : .i "

SHERIFF FENNELL RETIRES.

S!., rift I.. \\ F. ':; ; I ion Tuesdata
'in. cil ov *r t?;v'efllice (;f >ier ifl (if
a. i' h'a ceunit. to !.is io.i ->>r. i r
u G Hl iia .... Mr. F1 u ni 1 ll .. ao0! o
.si gz''l aI h* rift an e\er occupied ltir
,,dir,'' il this S late'. e'r hiii; th i p bullito
i l ,i 1 n !.t .I.!'it xi::' il r. !th ut f.:r
or falor. lih r ti-:.-. frxomi the. otihl ,''
v Ithiou t : ,IllaItl rT r t.r1. aU d w s, x
tc'diliK!y CoUl1 tutr to Ili .'UCt, .-br.
iow iiiK him the details of thi' Uffice'
i) *v ry particular. aoii,'thitg that
,;:;r. of M r. lFeiiielll s preii d.ce't''sorx iin
,;lite e.vtcr did for hla. \Vash Fe-i
i.,.ell his justly won thet iolbriquet of
"ilone.'t Wa'b," fur a more holt.' .
ia.inU or offical nie v r ,bre.athed thel
ire.ath of life,. and he gO'e out of office
wl'th the." Ib't willhei< of the i.'o lle' ol
thli couiti) he has ectrv.ed u, f(lthfI!ll


-tlad e.'ffittriextly fur a long It-rill of ) e-ari
lit. baa dole' hi, duty sk he' saw it.
ir.d if he' has iaituic lerrors the) haat
K i I of t te' -htad and not of th- licart
Mr. Hainbacws e w lut t the- olfice
-!'dcialI) %% tll equi'ppd to ee-rf'erxn the-
dwclii t of blicriff, anid tL~at he at i lazik'
the' ctouIxi a fearrless, faithful md ..IM
I i-nt selffriffi no onha Iitinte-rumot-t
-loptlit. liet .L. -, of A4atut h Io tie% or

(tiwrle- m I t. A xol ii~i x a-ti !,iruc~'i 'h'
?.eswi..ij hhn4 ttle i i- j'r''iii H -v
csj J (I lte tie w ie i;- i'.1 i 1'
chai etiLr'Let 4 hi41t i p, itee -d pr


lice- ctcller' i)c IftIt'I e I ee l~tfle" C .11)




~fl'tielll tltr IC I'de wt' aurth ue Ic it.
JUAI ,J 1t('A N1

)f %l i t~lt (lit.ti


'ncli Audy's "Tbe jig'* up" de
.vt,,o* to rank alussad of "Lolt be
a Maru mddli." OW "We'e eOt 'on
11,11161W e aus


A NEW WAY TO REMOVE STUMPt.

Prom The Fol. y (Ala N Onlooker
The .Iunr'nr has clillw-d the follow tn.
de tr.i til;t of a new mn thod for r,.
mocltia ctuinii,.. It I" w11ll wiorh reat>!
;f1 aind h .**ll4ii for itn uu e' o;i!.l
sa"e' ninny a long hour of hard or,
and a lit of money to 1 oNt:
ArccrdinK to preIcs diplitches i an inl
expII i%' ai tlur nir thoi d of cettite
'mil -i(t1'r-. is an fol lo -: "\\'th .
tiolit h auge-r tlwr a h.b1, into th.
-tumplll about two fee','t lour Into thi:
hole ( I,.* pl' t of a nilture of equsa'
part oif nitric and sulphuric acldd
rhe n lluK the hole tightly with a pli:
Iljl p-d in ni,.lted p.arnflue. In th!rt,
la.is' tlpixe the stunip so tr,.at'.d ail:
le, a clharred. Iul:yV nman. r:,oot at:'
all. and may be .I're.ral a a fertlli' ;
~-i:h a r'h,,:'.!." lDr. Moore, ard I)riit
l;-t Dumas both state that te--e aeid-
,1'.ill ..t wood ff conhnemd. that th'.-
ire cheap and not partliclar!y dang.'r
ols to halidle if care it used not to
'o-t any on the person. as they will
burn the fleh. It may be worth the
try especially for those who have not
sufcltent material for burning out
their ttimile.
It certainly is worth giving a trial
and nowhere should It prove a greater
godtend than In Florida with Its hun-
dreds of thousands at acres of cleared
pine lands. There is no telling how
enormous might be the saving In both
time and money should this simple
method of overcoming one of the
greatest dificulties ln opening up new
fields for cultivation prove a aesces.
-Pensacola Journal.

The Pensacola Journal says: "Gov-
ernor-elect Gllchrist was quoted n a
conteml trary the other day as declar-
ing that he kept his hand upon his
mouth for fear he might disobey the
(criptural Injfiction and In asking
for blestcr.g might fail to reallae
them by asking 'amiss.' But that Is
ju.-t what many of his literary advis-
ers have been urging him to do-ask
a miss. General Gilchrtst should not
give too much heed to the teaching*
of those three Japanese friends of
his as to manual training with respect
to the eyes, ears and mouth. Every-
body believes he s going to make a
good Governor and In order to realise
*xipettations e will have to keep a
sharp eye and attentive ear to what
is going on in the different corners
of the State. Yes, and he will find
that the time will cone ahen a juds-
clous use of strong phrases will have
a Most quietinK and be.nefi lent effect."

In a Fede.ral court in Portland, Mle..
a graUtd Jury has returned "not a true
bill" in an indictment of a local comr
;,at)y as a "sardine trust" violating
the law-. This corporation, it aI pear
C(l.*< t- greatt c:ilanitiies of theb rijal.
hterrlit that ~warm on the Main~
ca.t. ,ac.ks thet:u ian n'eat boxes in (ot!-
tLin r -, d oil. lrnd l '--n. throai h t;i,
Lroi'l tilon of the' t;riff. ui.is them
c'it'i t cl'ah u idiixes colltte'ld on tl:.
S.li ciian l oa(.t of the Me'ditiri an
e-al'. There' i- nio linfr.ct!on of tlh
ipulre food .Ih .. .,,' iirlings are
.ot adulte.rated--a:dI the lMaine nm-rc.h-
antsi are acting inI strict accordanc-e
with the tariff law. which enables
them to folst an inferior and spuriouu
artikle' on the public.

Atlanitaz t',e I tii'iit with the prro
ballon of per city recorder's court has pror'n a
great bu'cc'es. llundrtd( of pierronl .
have' rrforn'd anlid become good -ti-l
x-nsH utidelr this law chbo. had th.-y
twe-'ii s.lit to tL,' ( lalit g:.ai luii 'tead
tof bl'inlg gliI tlhe chan-ce to reform.
would hace' beLicoe confilriea criin.-


nals and their families left without
suplort. E 'peclarly has the law pro\e
e:n a sUcct. i.n cas t ouf I .e-ron, (cil-
Ilct, d of driunke iiini. land lnonii up-
pirt of their fanlllie,. Thel probhail',
oifcl rai k,-i a 'ci.-- at h in i thop.-
rei' ased oir prohlatilui altl makeI re-u-
lar repolrt to lhe. hl a of the- bureau
of I jle 'A.tl 'n i

T .11' Ia ll l. 11.,1 ? .I S '11 e iv "C('a an
man marry oin V* pler e., k l l i -tilll
KeolinK the- reiiii-ln of tlhe- -re .-s The
4coii lt- e ii of c it 'll 'i i te i lto lie- 1 .1.'
rounti, liarmi.- utltl thingiK-' liih t
c'4" i- -l a rtiiall% IGlii11 t:.. flii I1.' i
ed, can allld do

Attention, Truck Growersf
T'r -re w li l iii t, r ,'ai i.I If,' I 1?u I
th "e ( r.tip 11 ightI( Vi Tl t k tk I;r .i I -
% .r x ht( hi I ,lon r li3 i t I.Ij n *%tIh th **
tl he i* ('hlinl lhoit,- it (l .iic -H l -'l.t I
Fla Et'e-r) menilt-r li re-u.iie -i-ld l,
conie a t Iheire, il niui h illlM i., itlt tlu-I
rlit to c0lit- be-forte the- lodge- Mtl.ri
l 11 be ill ed Il t p Iu pUrompt
JOrEPH ADAMN. Prsr
W. KUT&, Iks. ._


THE BUSH & SAF.

FORD PIAO m-
FORD PIANO


CONTEST


In Which a Residen of Alacshu
County Will be Awarded a Seautiful
Howard Piano, andd 1 Certmllate Val-
ued at 13,S0.0O Itunished by The
lush A &afford Piano Ce., Otlo Repr
sentatives of The R. S. Hlward C. of
Miami, the Contet to be Cend-td by
THE SUN in Behalf of Bsh Saf
ford.
13,550.00.
One $400.00 Howard Piano will be
glen to the person residing I the
County of Alachua who receives th
hi.;hect number of votes between Do
member lfth. ibM1), and 10 p. m. Aprfl
l.th. I .,9.
ADDITIONAL GIFTS.
In addition to the Piano the wll
be issued by The Bush &t Salrd.Pl
ano Co., on a new $400 Howard Piano
eighteen Transferable Due Bills, aie
to be used as a first or Initall pay-
ment on a new Howard Piao These
due bills will be given l this veti
contest as follows, to peresos resild
in Alachua County:
To the flrst six receiving the nat to
the highest vote, a due bil for ah
for $00.00.
To the second six receiving the net
higbet vote, a due bi tor h eah ar
$1; .00.
To the next asi recelvit the amt
highest vote, a due hMl or af h Ir
$160.00.
Thee de MilUs ay be end 1 b
wmaers or eaa be disposed a t
one for say vae th a M I,|
and wi be worth their lhee va
upon the pumhsed atme a these -M
pianos.

there wlltbe tivs eaM h i t
tUein. I
MaWr an wh" to so 1 6
The followaing mrehan vIt Wl
oae vote for every oeat paid t e
establlshasemts r goods whi th ey
handle:
The- Gabtvl M 9le ariw O1 .
Phifer Bro.
Hyde & Tenah.
Where Vte My Cat.
Ballot boxes will be te- In tMhe e
tablahmeats of the O sarah1as
votes and at Tlhe k eme. V
sent by mall mo= be dit-d to e 2
Voting Contest Dft o I Th 4
8 n, Galmsviue, Flord.
Rtaes ad qulUeine 4
1 The contest is epa to sayea (
living in Alachl county who is aew
by the conductors of the o st or
vouched for by some repMtable pers,
to them well known. U
2. No employee, attache or re.
tive of the proprietors of the above.
named firms are eligible to participate
.i this contest and will participate ln
nio arnner.
3. In the event of a misunderstand4
ing tbtween candidates or others In-
terested in this contest, such ecotro-
v\-rpy may be referred to the con-
du(tors of contest, who alone are the
1,rt.onxs qualified to render decisions.
4. In the eve:t a candidate decides
to withdraw from the race. such candl-
Iat. ill not be allowed to transfer
\ot-. -to the credit of another candl-
d:tii. In th. cc::t.-.-t.
THE DAILY SUN.
Old New.
83:t: 4 rmiberi. Subscribers.
$1 '7 .... I'. votes 4)4) votes
' "'.I .. .I. votes 1.200 votes
$o".o ........ 2.4o) votes 3&.00 votes
For a cl'.I of five (old subscribers)
one-year subscriptlons (before April 1.
14I.40! #.1 ,M vott-s.



For club of ten (old subscribers) six-
month-' sublcriptionu (before April 1,

For a club of ten (new subscribers)
six iionithe-' iubI.- ril|t-.i-n (before Aprll
1. i19 3du. ,cj vote-s..
There is no limit to the number of


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THE BST PEACH FOR O
Best for commercial purposes, bet for home use, tbest allasrMd.
medium to large. flesh tne-graiied, sweet, juicy ad melting. Yso
color, washed with carmine; sulx-cling. You will not go wrung Is p '

Glen Saint Mary Jewel
Fine )y-Illlni ttrtes Krimn on netw lI.,i!-- i. \ *% sh-!uii-on Lstocks from W aved a pe
iun.;ii our perso' ul.I xuxri ...i r.,,! '. r I, r e.tndl r. January or Febra ary
" -l. lite .- arc tIilcn asid Au. ih tI i1 it) ru4ts, trunks and tops. Trei -
GLEN SAINT MARY NUMar C WANT

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TdF fAI rIIIVTT, SK. JANUARY 7. 1909


I


So th old d Monday as per special advertied lst.
SWte S ewa o the death ws rather a Cbristopher Mathesou bought In about
% i-- surprisee to- to he He has the symp- hall of the property for Wade & Mce
H W. MC thy o his large smber of trends In air Company, while W W Haiultoni.
ths t lFy. Jr.. purchased the remainder for J H IAIN II
i TYoul would ot del y ta&lg Foley's Porter of( sarnnah. Capit, Full Pa
ryatofW. it. I.INI.'i4s, Presi.lent
kiAW r e t e i Si t of If you will take oley's Orlhi la a E. I. TI'klE, Cnohi.'r
kie or bla o l t- tive uuil the Ibotwla income regular
I Mad that neglect might result in
ht's di e o r dI sbte. oley's you rill not hae to take ipurgE FION N F
Kidey Redy corrc u ular ectunttantly, as tley'i ()ri o I.axativ.
KAllY Redy orrectsr rregulari sitively cure'is hrunic t.ptlliauiii,, &- 3
ties an cuhr all kidaey and bladder
u O-a d glrus ish lit.rr Vleasant to tk. I:F *l Re, l
dMlorders. J. W ,McColIum & Co. ,
J. HW Uc-'c.llum Co la il, il'iil .'," i ""
Case ntore Judge Ms. i lll. Ir ha vil4 l ikr- .
--o A large-ila block of stuck of the I,*-l .V i*
CoM Jidts MaMo yesterday rr.t Natioual Bank of St Petersburg oirnitr* Ait.l r'iftu lt. It,,t
hard th ovid el e in tihe as u of D. was sold the other day for $S) per ir. lrdafi. ,,
Ricarat h vs the ibehoard. wherein hare bhouo. par ialue uw ul oi) ) ($t'l ia a i" 1 _i' 1,1|
hLe doefednt i ehargd with killing 'l'hat .l. Ill for that intitutliur TLa l.,,
a cow. Av er itt of $40 ta ther with -4-
N es' aOd attory's fees. was There is no case on record of a ,slateU ul li irl.
Srdred -WM the plastiI la the case tru. cold or la Irtie developing I, t 4 l a r, 4-hr f i I,
It pneumonia after Poley's Honey t1e lbV latetUilist tirue l a.l
p -Mi I -U Cur0. IC ad Tar has bYee take, as it cures
M Rm M t or. shte hbe. Wtea mas l deoepsed coughs ularihed an d Swor u *h duc am
A


I


r.u IErmWcU Afraid of Ghosts
3H^ CII C in peeph atiid *i~ i f
.New "I. --- et "o*M. a- P *
e e im e r.. -O m Im cl.P
S~er a l o. a irae a btd e
SPERRY RAMMSY SUCCE06 L. "aa ia S equl O sNrren k weald ap
gio"" vm -- m r W the W. PENNSLL AS SHERIFF. S-'ta 'dbe d. Th a ih
No__ ____ ie laws their t be eg Idg. They me indo lek w
4r -- o S i h o water we driuk.
g g O I g aggag tat ye T. r e y w the
m in m an a u J. D. Mathewos Taka Pace of R. I the iysa ivr iM sI pe w m th
*4* am U FW amit pe of t he at an d ivesop ke I O de
Poiter f Treasurer-Three seo sm d ee, @lpr rWimtseeeis a de
e' o o --- oAtad le or Now Commiionwrs. s w he Pe tsL P
hag 9M w- eOwi thebt -- !dy a body aesie ag by the
atI ategag slee ta the a. .Media Discovery g taO he (
The newly elected county officers am aed d osi tin yep ie., nr mthe
BVS hd 1 d em w dal took their respective positkms a h d orger of dIestia amd aswriti
a 1 Y Tuesday, and are now tn working bar- et se gm as o wek or tsiste
S M y a **a folw: Oolde Medicsl Discovery" eM~els
ft"6 M es a81 ta1 bi1w t-loratd drugs. AN iks iaedient
wfeS SF. weCommlsiaomer district No. --W. J. per. Its isot a *ret mostma
sr m Matthew retires and C. W. Summers corcnivioo and with a rectird of 4# y
Shas been swran t as the new comals- ae itiste-tuere is ioth;,'d ihste- go
a gm gga bob W21 a 4e sia' elected It the November o lee-
Oalmeaaie and t,
A- S_ A G W UM.i WONNIr MILROMLI
0. C. Padrik retire from district
__o 11 1 r twh No. 3 and 0. P. Cae of Rocky C ad
1 o"t a-ma ePa a the Point has been swern I ad assumed pM"rLO J Je 4- J Ode e ad
SSto.ANS oft .- "i o ,Pl. O W D t" gpaerttl-y paremoved frto the Ro e-Wood
11011D1111O Om 01istt No. 4-. F. Pulling retires purchased fr the Roe-Wood
oe Let and J. W. Mayl has take his set ad estate.
a i 1 ~ m1 hs 1 dutiesTuesday. Mrs. P. Mass of Covigta, .Ky.. has
mibj.oled her brother, I. Walker, at In-
f awiftT el eas ofJ.0 .uDampiersas, ges lme Cottage. Mr. Walker was
l ~ hI e iatm he e mi hel d l e made hapy best week by the arrival

oi leeas the o ueesf rom ovhatoa or i s pe t horse. t
a"6med e m Iatomee he p CRae is pme o the O st bore ever seel
S a a 0 a eo d O of a 4 r tL W. Fer annell ft t he to a Me nose.
g~ag p& Mm ie b e momet oyearIs. in. bmas o painted Prof. C. W. Hawkas and wife of
Sam do b MU mid F F. Dwk ns. who wll as lst in the o New York ty C were the guests of
Sr. ad Mrs. Chaiberlai during the
ee holidays. During their stay the
heia wlly be vi g i- .lan t t ei s were treated to a trip a the lakes
po iand ad vise to qi thir. Mr. Pearall's motor boat, the "In-
pmae atOW eL n e da e ine Priace ss. They were much
L -6 doet t mt d fw AM pleased with our town.
and propose to ears thebe t that Mr. and Mrs. A. h Prsall of West"
an be found. Seld., N. J.. arrivfred atvrday. Mr.
J. D. M o has assumed charge Parsall is the well-known entertainer
So the o ie of Tasurer vice ..o f the New York Press Club and will
Peeler who reres to private ife. be pleasantly remembered by many
The ebo _board bees who were present at the entertain
.i. aol bara been reogtam-
I withR. S. Weess i meet given by him when be was here
I L IA II and Dr. J. L Kelley as secretary. about eight years ago. It Is to be
e IV 1 U U. Wa. Moody, who has k bee IIU boped be may give one or two eater
Ste m pire d term of Mr. fotch, on tainments while here.
Tuesday eon hi re r trm of Mr. and Mrs. John Miselle of Alach-
AM MOSlWNofa f Be* d y ca Arua were the guests of Mr. sad Mrs.
y Um m e ar 0.. YW a. t Tll nro wehie a nowA. A. McRae d arn the week. Their
member from Western Alachua, I many tried were pleased to meet
pl-mi a r L Br aker, who made them agan.
very oedeeat aad popular worker ton sweto ost", Mass., is a new
a*a mt dof hew *at schools. B arrival to t and is located at Mrs
S. Scttom's.
-- b o 'WORKnow. UMED.C. J. Whaley of C hrletoa, C.,
er ssmel was he WORK NOW RESUMED. Is is itng Mrs. Barnett.
1110111" 981 r -D e ly t Cood by Ot r wivo Luwnt A numerous crowd paid a surprise
t er eoyn1 tBidg~\Avvisit to Rev. Farr on New Year's
I i i / 7 5 for Bukilding.
U ed at bo t fis 0 NIdWan heful tin.night for the purpose of presenting
Owtolu of LWorW k o the garal e wmIn reacted him and his family with numerous
SIS o a' w h, by C. A. Col gh, which been tokens of their love and esteem.
S o 5pim eltsgies g man-e suspended for the ~at two weeks. has
t eb n aou a mkCr C h bee>n resumed and it will now be ru'h
a- om t "ieber receiving this ed to c(mlattul.
The delay has been occasioned by
C "l. 'Mt. 3w. Db wa -'lected asthe moarri val of lumber which was no I



I) o members l ewirove l enune Centractor Brewer will now rus h a E ture of .. A
n as easc tive committee. the work and if he experiences no de-
St.tlOm o the mrbe lay l gettlUa his orders he will have After all. perhaps. we have md. I
h .._ I v' &t a hanm or sM' d, ti., the building ready to turn o\v0, 1 ithin 'K m. ,,roigr.yn in righteotiantis. Tho:u
i lm of' thI d le g actions .wllU the next two weeki.. ix honc-t councilmen out of 86 crook.
er m--m t im darlan the next i n Pittsburg would have made work
L auHmTeo li c. comparatively easy for Diogenes.
e IKatB Davi hsa -a a number who rwas o long klooxln for even one
M .gJ e asIIiln e-m-.m e to appent, and Yo feel as if you had one face too honest man.
t -is matter wit be *-lnd to by many whle you have neuralgla. don't t
S So mIIet SM t se. tr ~e g tn ofo the a. ya? UAve t tbe f --)ou may ned Every Mother
Setter it, but et r of the neurblgia by Is cr should be worried when the
I ~Wiamg appyln Ballard's ow Anment. little ones have cough or cold. It
Lot Nl Pa r. tlaest thinL i the world for rheu- may lead to croup or pleurisy or pncu-
^.C1 *. yP. a was'eted to Ketucky matita. neurall burns. cuts, scalds, moula thelin to iomethlitn more trl-
Se aame back and all pains. Sold by W. ous Ballardl' Horehound Syrup aill
a __ _P Mead Ib wMy th re ipt of a cure the trouble at once anyd pr, iit
t may grm a --B the death of his -- -- -- any complication. Bold by W. MI
at father at their hoe- at Oluaaeow it Land Id. Joanson.
I kB J haas ely been a abort while sinea Mr. The Immease tract of lands of the
* o his wief rtned frm Tyler Lamber Company was sold on I


ROUND ABOUT LAKE J

LAKE JEFFORI). Jan. 4.-C
Morrison lost a very fine lha
before Xmas. His two as,
and Willie. were home far
They brought the home ije
very handsome piretents ad (i
sent boys sent Xmas boMa. I
wish I had a house full of o ha
mad girls.
Miss Mary Holden is
dear ones at home. Mary is
school in San Antonia, Fla,
John Hoden Ispent the betlaar
his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clements remliv
Ine box from Atlanta. Oa.
Mrs. Webb, Misse Hetr il
elle. also Master Alexaader, M
trange and Corley, with Mlw
ret Corley. were visiting I oar
borbood last week.
I saw some of our neIghbs
Micanopy last Sunday dialag a
Carolina Hoe. .M ls Kittle
does a One busins.;.
Will Carlto spent Xmas wit
family. He is shipping oraaug
week.
On January 1st J. M.
friends from all around Ha
Lake Jeffords and LoA-hlooia mat
his fine Sulphur Spring grove, oa
banks of the bautiful Irhwlooa
and gave him a big f1h fry and
All had a fn n tini* anil; I hbard
of the boys ay "he *'ire' would
need anyI upl'r. I felt the
way. l11ss Ida Jackso.n jined
picnic jut in tiny-. fIr dinner.
was on ner way hborie from
vllk'. wherv she had Iw' n atti
the t. ache'rt' min etin '
W.. will ml-s th l;* g :! .r Mr
as he returned d Sundal t, hi) ho om
Ja:niptown. N. Y. I ju-t want to g
that he ti a widow*-r and the e re
sonfme ort of c:,.ye- .adl*' at him WW
der if ht, notic-dl thumii' M1IK.

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THE 1'ESVII ,E I'N: JANUARY 7, 1909


ADDRESS
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med from Page Two.)

ty) in Aug. I''*,, and I,
gL crats ,of the SLAt(' d.
for th" nc xt fotur Y'1:
reside at Tallahas.n) at
1.ecutive of the Land of

Oilclristl' mother. Mrs
.now of Columbia. 8.
p house for him at the

a daughter of Albert W.ll< r
her son was named. Albert
ao descendant of Rev. Jno.
Sa noted Baptlst preacher of
days of Virginia. This
ga known family from Kent
mammed.
vel educated, being a grad
lamgMtome Springs, C.. and
es ege in Georgia. She
ad seaeety. In 197 she made
g-gBgh murope, and was about
en ae the trip who never
n em account of sickness.
a devoted ex-Confederate. and
brother was Capt. R. A.
who was killed at the battle
pg. She is largely In-
Ia securing the Confeder
t in the court house

Uobes le a determined. per-
lolas. mad all of her children
i MC of their success In life
likely to her advice, insistency.
sdarts.

eew Ofews.
Blaeers the State of Flor-
bto-lng Tuesday. January 5.
Seas follows:
W. Olchrist. Governor.
f. Whtfleld. Private Secretary
Gii=ewenor
aCy Crawford. Secretary of

M. Trammell. Attorney-Gen-

C Croom. Comptroller.
T Kaott. State Treasurer.
S. Mo Holloway.iSuierinltc< ndnt of
l straction
IL McUn. Commissioner of Ag-

L Ress., state ('hemlert.
I. SelUardM. State Geologist.
"-M Amo. State Auditor
V. I adiler. Assistant Slate Audi-

i Olord R. Foster. Adjutant-Gen-

id Wos Burr. Railroad Commls-

A. lBtch. Railroad Commssiloner.
SC. Da. Railroad Commissioner.
e 11 change In the cabinet In
SoMa. Park M. Trammell suc-
Bb mea. Win H. Elli. I'nder the
bi Ouatitution the Govrnuor call
lM essd himself, but this pro\l-
4 due' not a|Ily to any other olB-


Scoft's E

do,; all it (]o',:s I I
Of unc til ing -'.
powcr to crc.lit po,.. r.

A.- fire turns v
st.c.iU s- ) Scott's E.nu
tran.sfoir m th!in, ir:
blood ix to l ,)UT'. ricA i1 1'-
giving nourishimcllt ;,
vital cncrgy to c\V
organ, every tissue atr
every muscle.

V- Ii SCI n wU -
Mwb apeas em ~ adhe ad 94
mle -rb mI h as Wem" ms
9w& & NWM aMw owe 4


6410664 Chmairs, L B. Wumbwoll, J. R.
1 ~Whitfeld. K. J. Tdray. C. A. inuley,
I). atc. C. It. Dickinson. M. A. Brown. I
E. Woh,,e. I). A. Sininon ad 0 TandG.T

T1h1 f' .i ii r Railroad Conmmnimsloners
h.' i aIre ii'. Hu:n. 1. .1. Vann of,

SI-ii. M l t Iriof del A s&
i.. !, i. 1: I a%' of T ckmos.,n
1114'. 11 !6 : nis M r *:mi of liamill- t~ j
'II P,, 1 Jo .huhni G Ward of 0 Lies (iiW toi on'tW INtipianr:
,! !I L .. of O i n oturc, acts rul cs
3A. id li.It. C Dunn of xea.JaBt'veo
1 ave bee'n tile 111) Decre-
fa& MaCh


r


'5.


Is
ra


i. E. Day, resigned. In October, 1I03
and be is now serving his second
elective term. Hon. N. A. Bliteh Is in
ihe middle of his first term, and Hon.
R. C. Dunn is beginning his first term
as Railroad Commissioner, having
served seven years as secretary of the
commission.
The membership of the m pre
court remains the same, though the
Chief Justice is again chosen by lot.
.ib required by the constitutuuo. Iit
the order of seniority of commims.lon
the justices are lion. R. F. Taylor
,f Gainestille. lion. T. M. Shackle-
,frd of Tampa. Hon. R. 8. Cockrell of
Jackionv!lle. Hon. W. A. Hocker of
(kala. lion. J. I1. Whbltfeld of Tlla-
hassiee. and lion. C. II. Parkhll of
I' nu-ai(o a. The Clerk of the Supreme
Court Is lion. M. II ahlry of Tampa.
.1I: *I.. Ta> lwr was apIpointld b)
';o\tlior Flen11111 in January. 11 t1;
:u.-teis C('xkrt 11 and Shackleford
Tre. aliolited by Governor Jennings
tn iDecemuwr. 19~02; Justice locker
A.*. l ic(ttd in 1: '2. and IgKan hit.
t,,riI In January, 1*,m3; Ju.tice Whit-
:i.hl w s appiointcd b\ Governor Jen-
*..ni. in 'Xb ruar y. 10I4; Justice Park-
ti;l a; .illoninttd by (;o\eraor Irow-
ird in .May. 1 3'. The justices have
:1ll b1 tn rt peatudly elhctcd, which in-
dicates that the people of the State
are satisfied with their work.
There are five living ex-justices of
the suprcmne court. lion. (eorge P.
miancy of Tallahastse. Hun. M. H.
Mabry of Tampa. lion. II. S. LIddon
of Mariannla. liom. II. C(artlr and
lion. E C.'. Maxwell of Pensacola.
Judge Rane. and Judge IUddon were
each chief justice during a portion of
their serl ice on the supreme bench.
The li thing ex-circuit judges are Hon.
W. It Young and lion. R. II. Archi
ta;'t .I... '' !,. ..i.. .'. A. :ocAL-
c*r and lion C. II. Parkhill of the su-
,treme court. Hon. F. II. Carter. liHo.
E. C Maxwell and Hon. I.. J. Reeves
of I'. aiiola Houn P. W. White. of
q(wuic.a uid Honl E. J. Vann of Madi

Former Cabinet Ofamers.


Some Changes. ..-. --..--- .
O the above N list of Stattc clI.L The former cabinet oficers now 1lv-
eldes in cv-itmilu, siuU it' Ild floI 11 l g. Geo i'. kiant's Atruat)-
Ija. Coamlu sioneu r of AArt-11l Him F S ('illv!
Vlobs -servlce doles Eim':,i .; I'4alkK. State-. Tr.-A r-urrer
1991.. He Im mow emit.ri ~ Ilou (' i1 'e jr. 4, rm ~(~e-a
tIid full termt Il' t I n l"0 i v"li1u %-'- ). lei)xI a. 84c
Set rt-tm.L f m 7 A-,)1,*.-l'7 l" 4 n~r~l~
---IP. C~uauaaprI,.a-~l *1:*~1 1% Trs -i% "7 f a. .1 r Slitot

t4VM V" J JI11 *111. J .jl~ 1II ,4-e1 .14' 11 It tct S%

in he reI ,di) t.-d 1"t 114 a111
811119k. Hos Wil. Iloa I hi. j % ., ; l A


I lies PerkL li 1'raaatall.*l 1r .. i'I hta laewsg .4djlafbIat (;e ume~ral
urlwalt hi t beg ilmbaai k I ll- It ia. L1t0r1 1 i i V* White 'cmli

6111118 Liarkl Auir d I f
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a11 L k: l' L140 -

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IL Hu~i1.r ut I1 .a *- fird.ig ~ s ii iei. iI
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I~.-.t L;\5 1 R Vci llr-lteI, Ibrse.uaterudtufe.
PO Ilki I V.K 1.


D 5tt 1. 11W. H 31-.t'll#
Lw r o .11(jilt-11 1. It w ipuilt # h aill I, f: M
'' ''"~* ~ou~tuu WA coullglu
A.~~ Ia&
Aft... 4, AA MA vootor throw State Au41turs. W
np S V. MaqM~r W. &j. go" od 404


Former Governors.
The Governors of the Ttrritiry of
Florida %, re.
Andrew Jackson. 121-1S22.
Winm. P. Duval, l.22-1b;4.
John H. Eaton. 1i34-1S36.
Richard K. Call, I1::G-IS::.
Robert R "-184
Richare V 1 41 : ,.
John a. ; 1 .
The Oove.. r- ,of the State of Flor-
ida hav ..:
Wil .' Mosel~. 1845-1849.
Tb ;.n. 12 9-1853.
Ja f. ILroome. 1463-l187.
V :- .: 8S. Perry, 1857-1841.
Jt ...ilton. 1841-1865.
V '..m Marvin, (Prorisloal Gov-
ernor l6.iG-lt6.
Da .,! Walker. 184-1888.
Hai r.-,io Reid, 1868-1872.
Os..;'. 'Il art. 1872-1874.
Marc "'us L. Stearns,. I74-1877.
Georg tF. Drew. 1877-1881.
William 1). Illoxham. 18L1-1885.
Edward A. Perry. 1885-1889.
Franc! P. Fleming. 1889-1N93
Hen. L. Mitchell. 1893-1S97.
Will..-in D. Bloxharm. 1S07-1.01.
Will' ~n d. Jennlnga. 19l1-1905.
N 1 *n !1. t;row ;rd. ITo'.- 419( .
C il IV. 'all (f Tullaha-.ee
.v < ...., r .i: t;,' T-rritory
,f Fl-rida, and Hon. Willianu D. Hlox-
ham of Tallahassee was twice Gover-
nor (of the State. There are now living
there ex-Governors of the State. Hon.
. 1D. IlUoIhAu of Tallahamsee. and
lions. W. 8. Jennlnls and N. B. Brow-
it of Jacksonville. Ex-Gov. lem-
ing died in Jacksonville on December
"0. l1!08.
Governor Milton died' in oice In
Is86 awel was succeeded by Hoa. A.
K. Allison. president of the Seuate
.ind acting Governor. Gov. Hart died
while Governor In 1874 and was eac-
ceeded by M. L Stearns. who was sce-
'teded ly Hon. George F. Drew i

JL. WV. PATTION
..Civil ENgIer ald Srvyer..
EALKI 1 REAL ELTATI
Proppt ttleatleo to all beelam
O ,ee, Sle ne o 40 Se of T hrAr '.
kee. P.O. 0.W I1. OU aealseI. PkI


1877 as the r&v L emnoc ca..'
after the Reaostructout >rr' u.


LEGAL AVMLIMEUE011S

XM41rr. W PrUCPUAYW RB -IN.
DSM)V X MM OR SVIOX 9soJ,4u
INK LAWS OV P 3 4)A.
'gtrcb satof TarM C4r"0ss" N
dated The fth "I a# AN100:161 "
9.1 10%. hu% 55 M a6 4 a
and bhas r'-de *1Im4'Onfar "m f le
In f tvli.pe WW blw 9h81d agWew
bieces Ow loplimpalM degovibod pe II':
at, A larh vp e* mt,*FV1 In rW&. tqmf&
%'I', ~k 10Thrr 35.3 I5 @
I1 Is M I NOWg a'w'4 U64bd
Op *-jar~cqpof a&wb eeVINmgesla
1.66*0% said .enre~i. 346S
a4`4'rii L n o t oS &IMsdo"Wil
Of hr S LIA 46Of J***r A
W tbeim my 00$t livI ue5e a"
he aa l"Iof Uemb A. A k
1. 6.
p CIA" OnQ f COM AIe f

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Hon. Wilkerson Call and lon -
el Pas. are the only living cx-1.' 4
-tat-es e-ator from Florida. T .
ing ex-.omreslmen are Hon. Ct 'eh r
Dotkerty of New myrua. Hom. C: -.
M. Cooper of Jackaoville and Iota.
Robert W. Davis, now of Tampa.


Notice is hereby gven that tl;hi
days after date. I. as Guardian of J C
Newberry, Jr, sad Oladys Newberry.
minors, shall apply for an order to -ia11
the following real estate, belonging ,
-aid minors. situate. lylr.i a.d be*l
in the coauty of Alachus and 8taun
of Florida, towit: Iot 4. BIk. 20; 1.t
4. I. 2S; Lots 1 and 4, BIk. 34. and
Lot 2 BL 41. all nl D. Whetatome's
Addition to te Town of High Sprlagl,
rIL. same to he sold at private sale.
J. C. NUWBUMRT, As Ouarda.
December 17. 19s.

Neew of Farms~ UO.
The arlmers Unlei of Aleba
county will meet at rvem e, e01e
mile from Albeba a PrMday, the Mb
day of Ja ary. 19. A fall dei .
tem from eabh Iorl s rt qend. as
there is mecb businem of mprtumee
to be Ae d of.
0. W. PAR UM. ey.
a 0. SPENCRl. PlMA t

Heavy, Impue blood make a mud-
dy. pimply compleaxim. -eadhesm.
nisaw Ildigetlon. Thin od
makes you weak. palo, sckly. Br-
dock Blood Btters makes the blood
rich, red. pure- retors perfect
health.


ME DICINAL


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umbe ls ago
low wo b"ow


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We Want to Sell You


THE GLENbALE COMPANY
IJAS tKMUM. E. FL. i. U he. MatYI. 1


"Pride df Maryt
EXPRE" PREPAID.
4 Full Qurts NA....... M.
4 Full Quarts ...............................
12 Full Quart .............................. A.


M '*s 9Ceftka
"Green Ribbon'"
T!'o- Wlimk-v that MN.1.- I- P ui,:s .
EXPRESS PAID.
4 Full Quarts 5..;
B Full Quarts .. 00
12 Full Quarts o00
I, the hight.-.t clis |Ipure medicinal whiskey on the
market at 80c a quart.


Shi.s Fars

Race King Rye
We will ,ead lee srrrw g Pald
4 Full Quarts .......... .. .... 4.00
a Full Quarts ........... ............... 7.7
12 Full Quarts ......... .. .. ....... 11,0
It is suiertor It every war to hundreds of brands
of Rye that you will be asked to pay $1.60
a quart tor.


um Ekzilb lys Uiy
A Whiskey VYr Po Wi I Nlao eot -eg

EXP~SS PAIO.
4 Full Quarts ............................. 0 l
SPll Quart ............................
12 Full uart ...........................


rivMate tocCMorn
Private s tockcorn


Fu'I
Full
Tbhl


EXPIESS PAIO.
Quarts. asserted .. ........ ...
Quarts .. .. ...... .. ........
Quarts .........................
whiskey ha1 no equal for quality, purity
ad price.


Wr lasic. Iawaaius lc eua j yeiv Wi, ing n ulrmsc to the C441O80m gU1a-ahat.,- .'-i..
oil retwe. Our l crU4astrrlc6 1 CAsW, &MUW of c ap.r order uluot I*- -wll a
order cataIouww will lw wail emsn m l. All order. sipped m. is, lrij nameday
lions by 0"i86up ma oruw.
T~C3 l:--TDaMLLH3 COM-P-1


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Glendale Malt
EXPRESS PAID.
4 Pull Quarts ... ..
I Pull Quarts ...... ILnY
18 Pull Quarts .. -
It is piure ,II .* am d u allow


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TI[E GtAINNESVIIIK SUN: o lTnARY 7. 1909


Iff an AND

n CONDO SED


S-s OF GENERAL INTEREST
--aD BY SUN REPORTERS.


SHppened and What Is
I 1 pn--Pertonal and
B|lI home *f the City.


Go-


'MB wn4' Daiy S.. :
ywTowend of Rex was In the

S per cent off o ladie'
uJ. asas5e.
Trve per cent off ladles' bhirt-
5.L J.tanse.
BHall of Rochelle was a visit-
filhtU yoterday.
76 cents In cash will buy
of goods at Manase's.
Stevens of Alachua was
tl visitors to Oainestvile Mon-

C. L TThipla of Waldo was
i visitors to the city yester-

C, Na of Hague station was
is many friends in the city

SI, De ach, the sawmill man of
Swas transacting business In
b eyterday.
S. Barville and Mr. Malphurs of
M Alals were among the out-of-
viitors here Monday.
3 C. Chitty. one of the old-time
ilUits of Micanopy. was visiting
&la in this city yesterday.
L W. Waits of Hawthorn. a promni
Mi aea of that section of the
was in the city yesterday.


I. W. Bruce of Fairbanks, a
DM planter of that section,
M the visitors to the city


lirOSb
aas
Mon


Mixlon left yesterday for At-
where he will re lete his course in the dental

CL C. Drummond. one of the pro
planters of the West End.
met l his large number of
in the city yesterday.
i. A. De aler of New berry was
I the visitors here yesterday.
1e Iducting one of the hotels at
I elae and reports business good.
SC. V.McKrnstry and wife of Tiogs
i--d la the city on Sunday. The
Wr will spend the week visiting her
IWta Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Taylor.
, L SBummers. the new county
--immsslaer of the Trenton district,
Itved in the city yesterday to be
Ipeat today to assume his new du-


AIS1 Julia Wainwright. one of the
- 1b1lts in the musical department
it Stmo University at IkI.and. 14-ft
7srdaY to resume her duties at that

SUN Laulse Simpson left yesterday
AW Williston, %here ishe sas called
AN b offcial calpacity as a traiieie
.me.. She will be- absent iirubabl'
hr tbe next tao at--kS.
(apt. W. A. liryasit of Bell was
INKg the %ihlturs to the city ye-lster-
f. He does hot come to the city
Iduf and his numowrouu frieudo art,
460I8 glad 1t1 lie Ldui .
DEa d oitilt-it atvidllli
1b I*t$-u Uaat r(cu )h %ill 11ffv. toIIdI
Ow that p'Luct to it- 141.. t lj.-ir ht udit.--
I11sowg0T Jul1a lI'iiir I. 14*
1111141Jackmiozatv C11 (oir lituazaeit
Ur. Catheriut Hlecaly. Siss Schnl
40 1fad Mi.. a ll aIi ILIii, I
b ut, Md. lij\.. r1.1%1- ill the. (.:t
a rt gUt-bbu or Nlrr. A () Sis.-cu

E4i-s Marin :,re-vti n rh.


,,<. 1 ,.l i'... l, a t. ,. ,,.a i ..
tht city. anid .t .'.ir:. : a has return
ed tro h'- liotie :l t I,, after a
couplelc wc k- ;:< i thi "t'tin.
W i. i; :in tt of I.('r ;. rw
.t r of t'i..1 .


,l .
ed'(L 1. 1. I 1, .1K ;I 1t 1 I'

W. GaTro' tcn: C. Rain. \rch-
r-; J. ,... \, !it. lion. W'. IM.
ltl!tch. Sm. : '. T 1;. V. abhle Ar-
rcd',ndo. and \V I't ..nett of La-
Crosse were welcome visitors to The
Sun office yesterday.
Mrs. A. H. Emerson and son. Lucius.
of Tacoma. are In the city, the guests
of Mrs. H. H. McCreary. They are
en route to St. Augustine. where the
latter will resume his studies in the
institute for the blind.
Chas. Pinkoson returned yesterday
from Cedar Key with Ed Stuart and
carried him to Leesburg. where he
was turned over to the authorities for
robbery. He had stolen the pistol
from the grip of Conductor Ray.
J. H. Barry, an old Confederate


veteran of
among the


Worthington Springs, wua
visitors to the tity yester-


day. having come for the purpose of
attending the annual meeting of
Stonewall Camp, U. C. V., of this
county.
H. A. Pickett of Newberry was look-
Ing after some business matters in
this city Monday. He owns property
here and is contemplating building
here not later than this summer on
his property adjoining the Govern-
ment lot.
Carl Frederic Ohlenmacher of
Scottsville, Ky., who has been visiting
his friend. Ell Futch, for the past sev.
eral days, departed yesterday for his
home. He was well pleased with the
city and is thinking of coming here
next fall and opening up a conserva-
tory of music.
Prom Wedeadrlay's Daiy Sunes
Twenty-five per cent off men's suits.
J. Manasse.
Twenty-five per cent off on over-
coats. J. Ianasse.
Henry Stokes was in the city yes-
terday from lMicanopy.
Twenty-Ave per cent off on ladles'
tailor-made suits. J. Manasse.
Thirty-three and one-third per cent
off on men's pants. J. uanesee.
W. W. Geiger of Miicapopy was a
business visitor to the city Tuesday.
A. M. Doke of Newberry was among
the visitors to Galnesvllle Tuesday.
W. H. Roberts of Alachua wa.-
among the visitors tu the city yester-
day.
L. H. Hall of Orange Heights was
transacting business in the city yes-
terday.
W. P. premier and wife of High
Springs were among the shollprs vis-
iti:g the city Tuesday.
LDeputy Sheriff lloby Keunard of
Waldo was among the out-of-town
visitors here yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, rfever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
SI. M1. Clyatt and T. J. lkck. two of
the 1, *" i;i i inte mnien of Otter
('*- !' \ :7 a ti:ltterh to thv cit) ). tcer-

T .1 itU r- of .\11. !ir.t'. a .< c'C full
- i '.. ian f111311 t that sctl le a
,nO ti; 1g hih fri.t-dil 1 Ithe cil.? vbat r-


F I ) irs itn. tlo livit-tLaat it aud (con-
tra or torfitmip:.t!A% %;- liptekatgag.f
r swia.- iup-hi e Il..i tittxr. iin thu cit)-
%# iir!t-r
1,4 rcy G, f e'-aaof Foert Whiate-. %aho
ha.-I.vul eeii d1iixag tilt- falitlaIJofuJ F.
l lujada for tePs eae ?,r,-tarii-Ac
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THIS O ('U N N()T ; 4AF'1TIl .IAN 16,. l'1,


Bush & Safford--The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


5 VOTES


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the city yesterday. He came down oa
business with the commismionrs.


F. F. Palling


of Lakeview was


among the visitors here yesterday. He
was accompanied by his daughter, who
came to spend the time shopping.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Jackson,
on Monday. a fine girl. The young
father Is now several inches taller.
Both mother and cld are doing well.
C. J. Grace of EBviatoa wa a rmo
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
states that the heavy rain in that seo-
tion Monday night was gladly recelv-
ed by the farmers.
J. D. Guthrte of Newberry was In
the city yesterday. He is contemplat-
ing diposlng of.his business interests
at Newberry and engaging in busl-
ness in Jacksonville.
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Is the
best remedy for that often fatal dis-
ease--croup. Has been used with
success in our family for eight years."
-Mrs. L. Whiteacre, Bufalo, N. Y.
R. D. Ford of Micanopy was meet-
ing his numerous friends In the city
yesterday. He states that the people
generally are happy over the heavy
rain which fell nl that section Mon-
day night.
Dolph Chamberlln of Tacoma, one
of the truckers and brokers of that
section, was a visitor to the city yee-
terday. He is "a jolly good fellow"
and his friends are always glad to
meet him.
A. W. Smith, who has been engaged
in the mercantile business at Trenton
for some time, has disposed of his
interests there and was here yester-
day en route to Plant City, where he
is thinking of locating.
Mrs. 8. B. Phifer and little baby
-,f HiLh Springs arrived in the city
yesterday and will visit Mrs. M. HU.
Saunders. The little one has been
quite sick for some time and was
brouglit here for treatment.
Miss Jessie Wimberly, who has
beel sl bndinig the past two weeks in
the city visiting her mother and sis-
ter. returned to Atlanta yesterday.
wherre he will resume her studies in
the Atlanta School of Pharmacy.
I. 1) Ilar-ard is among the new ar-
c n 0: ti,- ( .l- :i d Io uin. of the
aUl~, d tl. lnk at e S .AL 8 .lard oU.Tc''.,
;i thle il.lac. of Mr. Htell, who has re-
I;iwa u anl und<.-r4 \'J.Al. wthlli he will u ake his future


lit1, 1l~4,
(s If Zttruoucr arid A It Ze-trou.-r.
ta(P of the I "rmiauieae-t 'lasiters of Ro-
Cht-ll. at it-v %biturn to the city Tuv-x-
) I'e-'l#-) re-4 albo LArge cattle hie-ai
it, m1at ra-tleasa mid the latter has r-
6-. "ls,e.a.ht Fsollit, faa.sto t~-k a hh ih
aill It- ru..e (I a dali hi, ulrtead)- large-

Ni r, A W NI ilie a~tiard c-hildre-n of
W.' -t 'I' ai tb. Vi.A id Mr ,, T. I-tog
U r-, aItI-V(Of t U Ulatt- .T S. Wiog 4- rI..
i ~iht t (if het. S It. Beige rx (if thi.
1(% AiA a~l -a (hliditeli. art.- gut-ztn of
iti. H, Sz' Is Hoge-raaaad aif,. Mra
16.,... rp. il it l uain Inthte ulty som.
11tto. 1.-01111K eltaLtt d he-r hildrt-ts n

Pront TireWd Ik Dja y &ma:
Tac-lit) Ite 1 wr u t of on thii
drt-e'ae cloaks. J. taaUUsm.
S A bbs of ionteucha %&a a
'lbltur to tbe. Cit) ) sterds)
Chaf. icklauuiey of Grabawu % asa
Sisitur to the.- ci) t%*Wdsiada).
W DI) tutbitt al Mkiczpy was a
visitur to the omrty c ab*t&l yestsray.
Our sual Stock-Tsha Sale mm-
*saw V M-v mid sS 14 0 5 .


EXTENDS COMPLI-

MENTS OF THE SEASON

TO ITS MANY FRIENDS

ANI) CUSTOMERS : : :


T. W. IIMnk hi__b
W II L ---" "I
O.iL A Fud br


WILL START ON ROUNDS

Collector Dickinson and Asesoor Col-
son t ave to Meet Pe-ple.
I t i -t.r ll-khli-o a. : ,d ts-
S.- ,. ('lIoIn leaIet traiy te I .ke
tri fr ;tm imia:l roaid- tof itih '. t for
thl- a ri-te-e of collucttug t uaxer aud
I *o r I rt*
1; tl;ls nMr -ats they will be able to
hae the taxa-lt)r, nut only the visit
to C .e.ilv llil- hbut t.e l exp'l, *" gen
et-ra ii tcl urr. i .1 iii.ikliig up it. trip
and it will pIrose quite a curuoneiece
to a o rty a, i tr1 .
'II* niak- thIeir fIrbt villt tlay
U : he.\tr aill be the fir.t ltolppiag
I "' IprM-0-e-digK f,,roui that |Iolint.
Tl.#- vltlec to take about tauo at.tkL
Il thils ay to Imeet the Ie-oiule

Cold Wave Predicted.
A cold wave has been predhl ted fo,r
this r-ouil of the tillte ilI 11i I- it ia
posed aill be f elt cqIitte to:il:. 1' !
here The cool spat is pre.dl'c'.d t
Iaet steral days. s khLL wll La.c
IbrlheanUg k~~ml of I,


tT.rday for Alachra. w. re she a* l 'l.-
It friends for a f,.w d.ay-.
Mrs. John Iyal of Starke is In the
city \%slting the family of II. P. llul-
st.*;n. otn W'.st Liberty street
Viss E'e-llna Powell left yesterday
for IDunin,.lon. where she will Pirind
thl n.xt -'er al days visiting bher
zn,)otblr.
imon. J. A. Wllllanms of Cedar Key.
BSnator elect from Levy county. as5
looklun after some ikgal matters here
yesterday.
W. It. Hayes. general manager of
the Farn;.rs' Union stores and tare-
hou.e at Alachua. was among tho
vislt:)rs to the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. H. Emerson, who has bem
in the city for the past two days vil-
Iting Mrs. H. H. McCreary. returned to
her home at Tacoma yesterday.
R. L Tison. a merchant of Trenton.
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
He reports trade good In his sectia.
but Just a little of after the holidays.
J. K. Ttes. a merchat and o of
the trutees t the Arcber choo, was
In the city yesterday conferrtin with
Superintendent Keley na renid a to
cool matters.
Dr. J. M. During of Wa was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He wl
leave within the aet few days or
Atlanta, where be will bake a spe
ourse in medicine.
W. A. 8nowdea wasu the eity
Wednesday from MIeaopy. He isats
that the vegetables i that section
are looking fe alae the heavy rating
and farmers feel comaul t ofe ot
prices.
Tam H. Cato of Alachea was ameon
the progreaive farmers viastin the
city yesterday. He states that the
farmers are already hard at work nl
his section during their land for
another crop. I
Capt. V. H. Bell and daughter Miss
Mary, who have been maknla this city
their home for the past several
months, left yesterday for Waldo,
their former home, where they will
in future reside.
Dr. B. M. Tison, wife and chIl. ar-
rived la the city yesterday from Prov-
Idence and will located at the home
of his parents for the next few weeks
or until there is same IIproveient to
the Doctor's coadtIo. He has r-
cently sulred a severe attack of
fever.
There was a runaway on West Main
street about o'clock yesterday after-
noon, when a horse htteed to a poet
pulled saam dows ad made a dash
west on Libety street runnaig tato
the buggy of L. Jackson and break-
ing out several of the spokes. The
horse was owned by a party residMg
In the country.
Parties having job prinatag doe atI
The San o e are entitled t ome
vote In the Bush & Saford Piano Ca-
tt for each cent paid for t
work. Don't forget this whe la need
of printed statioery. Read the ad-
vertlsement giving partiu ars re
gardlna the contest and vote or tma
lady of your choice.
W. W. Avter, who has bes ona-
ducting a cool drink stand oa the cor-
ner of BEat Mala and Liberty streets
for the past few months, has remov-
ed the stock to his former quarters.
The parlors Just vacated were among
the prettiest in the State and It is to
be regrentted that a place of this kind
could not be properly supported la
this city. It is understood that the
building will be cut Into two store
rooms and rented for other purioses.


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