Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 8, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01540
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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(IATNESVTTTIAF FLORIDA, FIIIAY. JANUARY 19119


OFW ~AN INCREASE IN FREIGHT jB AV
RATES IN THE SOUTH.'ATTORNEY

SNEW ORLEANS. Jan. 7.-A de-
MINISTERI t"' o heS-t GOVEI
clslon of vast nImp1rtance to the 8outh
I Iand 8outhwest. bt.cau"n It afftets the
question of an increase In freight
rates on practically aU the railroad, ia
these sections. aad handed down
Wi here yesterday by t Inited States C for NI
Circuit Court of Appeals. rev.ersung
*0yday. the decree of Judge Emory 8peer of ibcd
the Southern District of Georgia.
which restrained the defendant rail-
IaA ela tree at roads road om putting the proposed in- UNION CITY. Tenn.. Jan.
creased freight tariffs Into effect. a bitter attack upon the Go'
111o who ves Mser the The decision was in the ease of the the State and an attempt to
I tragedy, wa the arst to Atlantic Coast Line Rallroad Complany
be atoe today. Whil e he and others, appellants. against the killing of former 'unlte.d ta
I at the crosroads to keep Macon Grocery Company. appellee. ator Edward W. Can:rack
ment the eold wind drove It is expected that an apiwal will case,. Rice Pierce. .eniior cou
ek shelter the church. be taken to the United States su- the eight alleged night riders
rprised to And the church preme court by the shipping ntrst or the murder o Cat.
SdC and Upon opening although the question of the proposed
terrted to wee the church Increse in rates Is at present before Rankin. yesterday was relr
Mew d even the commun- the Interstate Commerce Commission. by Jludge .lone'.
dahiAk LAn nA Ktr .,.js, tW *r Pt- l r a ra I


um stm wh Moo. su a rag-
mat of bGlothlag scattered all
around. Evidently the clergyman.
who was years old and of athletic
build, had made a trrc struggle for
hai life.
Without Investgating further Blrown
led to hia home. where he had a key
to the church. He returned and lock-
ed the doors and hurried to the vill-
age of Hickney. from which place he
notified the sheriffs office at Port
Huron.
The authorities on their arrival at
Church found parts of the dis-
bered body inth the two stoves lo-
r respectively. at the front and
rear, and discovered in one stove the
ead of what was apparently a new
hathet the handle of which had been
bh ed off. A dirk was also found in
the church, and It is believed that the
4drk served for the murder, while the
hatchet was based to cut the body to

Te mnlaster's hor was found yes-
teray tied to a tree In the village-
of Ple River, the dead man's over-
eoat being discovered In the buggy.

buacribe for The Sun and vote for
our choice in the piano conteLt


OIIbNO TAKES SEAT IN NEBRASKA


"*- JlOOl. Ntb.. Jan. T.--or the
mI1 I a a eNa r of years Nebras-
SIha a -emas t OlGoernor. Ash-
B" a aOlgab err was today In-
t as thief esMectlve and the
-S wa aid the occasion of a
S-~~-~ jbIatdoI on the part of
SD-weata of Bryan's State.
1W iaLM tara which convened
ghI WMak h alo Democratic n com.
hIRIM g ther t Brt time in many
SMaun radical measures will be
aOMgaC the- a law to guar-
i- k -ue*ita such as was ad-
-- In I th National platform of
a party. Ti ahil ill be similar to
at wh b Is low ta successful opera-
I a ht Olahkbma
A her important plItk In the


Democratic platform is the pl'dgte t
enact a law providing for the physical
valuation of public serving corpora-
tions. This pledge will have consider-
able opposition.
County option was an sluue lln many
of the counties at the; election and it
Ir claimed that the Lergilature is op-
IKmed to any change In the |present
liquor laws. althencuh the county opl
tion advocates sill make a fight jutrt
the same. They claini to ha\e a Iet
tuition asking for the et-ii'imiicit of a
county option law or the ausinla..iioni
of a prohibition ametndlinel'-t. ilIKi'-d
by muloite tian ').tij0 IYremIroni T'hi
pletitiotiu will I'. Iresenite' d to tlih L.egl-is
lature


MPN OF T CATTLE KING IN SOUTH DAKOTA

1MUX ALLS. S. D. Jan. 7.--Cat- overcome the olppoition and de feat all
tie MlW and live stock barons of attempts, to piass a herd law in the.
l0 Dakorta. whome herds have in lAt two )esars howe~ cr. hueiredo.1 of
1te past ralged at will throughout faruirs hcate mo\cn d ntio tI. i..Lu..e
Vat oar-es of Arazing land in tIhc tcurlu and two great railroad --
wesar part of the Btate. illi soonu tui.ti hlat, built their liiin. ti, Ii,
be Il r out of business The do-, llark Iill couuntr. ,and lth, I ". 1I.
I &e' teaMlerft agriculturibts ~ ho :llrig Il eir are d I Mo MttlU ta large numitlwrs in wd't their fairsis fre.-' fruinom the a ttaIk uf
on go" ID.hota are up int arms rtMiigK c at til atid hior.-'e biiu~,l thlie
sd thwo pIturesque cattl king and hl are laistluig 'io.
vllcaOW eboyS will saoum be relegated -
to the doual of memory. RABID DOGS NOW EATING
The tarmers will demand of thil THE DEAD AT MESSINA
Legltatur that It pas a law restrain
1ag battle from runalug at large that MEISSINA JaIt 7 Ikg- Inw cmil
lhal apply wlt b equal forc in all tute on of th. d.l.le r,. It, Io., varthl
pMrU oa the Stat., th hislaw apply)la quake re*fuge.a, '1., --. aiintalts .ui r
mw ely to territory ast of the Ml.- lug sd ofteu rli, ., thl,,lIh ,(6 of
mart river. As eourt was muade two water. pinaw tht, ior.rse like- hI ina
yl rsag koukM t this end, but the and fr .qu-uitly art.t.k thL refut;e-
ld rsahS-- oa the rmr atom wbuo theablo. owe ed awy i that onuutry for
MY MS W M I Wer able to Th Sb a olce fur C&it cards


NO STREET CARS ON


SUNDAY IN PENSACOLA.

MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Jan. 7.-A
Peusacola tFla.) special says that
Sheriff Van Pelt of Pe nsacola has
give orders that the street cars icai-
Kot run on Sulndayllt i tIbt cit. Ili
says the law asg.>inst lmliial lalcrr on(
Sunday will n;ake it a violation. Iall
1ng Let-n clni ure.d for not enlitrcilig
the law the tiheriff says th" c!vy aand
county will now get enough of it.


JOHN W. KERN MAY

GET SENATORSHIP


INDIANAPOJI I.S. IM).. Jan. 7.-In-
diana's ,egi laturt' cneul,,d today for
what v. ll It all !-rostabiliy le' the
most in:mltrt:.l;t bevrion In year-. The
Dein cra's have a majority and ll
ei( a I'nited States Senator to -uc-
ceed atinator Heni-enway. whose t'r:,i
expires March 4. Present alppiea.ir li
Indicate the selection of John V"
Kern. who was the democraticc candi-
date for Vice-President In the last Na-
tional can ,paitn
Anicti.; other candidates who en-
tered liit, r.>'.- m h.li i beca fc1(' %\ il ULit
that ,t!:, II.,'H | w(.;!d c lontiil the
i.' t L. i ', '. I I .t .' of
Fruiiklii. In : I.':. lt'erre
hfaute. a. I I .an I
F. Sl.i%-ly :' i .. Tilln as
TaKg:rt. fotr.lr'r chairiianll of the I)tilln-
Hi ;rt lic Naticial c(.iciilitter. *was also
l;tlke-d f tfor 1thI place. but uoluntatrily
re.tird troul IilIt race.
Thei s ,I ;c art( r. ()f so(int of the' call-
didate's are taking the. ioritlin that
Mr. Ke'ria .as s nttlhci-ii ly honor -d
whein gl litn the Vl' i a I' e,- ialc'r i..al
Inatiei. and ont the other hali;.l IMr
K rtrn's frihiit -. are- ;'--, rtnllax th.i' li-
r'Cre il.tam c (i f thatl l nl naiti>. tit'll .111 tl l,
**d to a i-at ritfie v I.ic'!: .-:ta l '-' limil
top re'-e.i l the' So -uatlriail tlea; SI.lt k
ti a aI tg a 111.i aullL n i..lnt .111
a 'tive tli !it for the' I l:,'," ( ,it ol
bit. i .tlliatic r llls. ac' ll alti' tIo go- li
(if th0 c"'llt'.-.t. I- tliAt hlu' '"laM k. act"i
liid I:ilk" like S'-n.tt r II'\. ridke
A Itl e*r:alue i- a I >,l lioila;r I ldI its lit-
Statc' l lld w ltl tIlllough (it (i Ih llt o
(rat- tl:i 1i re guard! > dI a- an ai t-,'
\ iht# tln-r th i co. IIEIt% 1 oi|e 'i, ; 1:Aw IA .i%
I1I fftect II ll lai l.llail thll;ll I, rI : .i ll
I- .tiilthe.r iiil te r that i-, largel\ orc
I <', 11i k 11i (I ; I II l l l (ll i If I I:- I1. I 1 I
l l;it e t k, r-a r ',i t! II ii I li. tht.t e u e .
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TEN ('ENTS A WEEK




ATTACKS


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riders Said Teessee Gover.

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M I. Jl(l8 e els 11 11i pi g i7 cl -"
his argument for the defense and was
discussing the test liony of Fehringer.
Hogg and Morris. night riders who
turned State's evidence. lie launched
tl.'[i a Ia ll hi t d' i 1U ( i1n .titn iof (;,O
I', ii t r rboll"
"The' (;ocer'nor of the Stati'." lie
aidl. 'af'tr r se-ndilKg .an at rn into Olbion
county to tr:iiplel on thle rights of thli
l tile l., to !i.a; cl l h.i:e--t I n,'- fro:.l
thei!.r h .li1 .e ;iahd hittily th !i am .d ;l-.1,
;..-'t!. I;t Ii offe'ed ai re'\ u ard of $1I,.,0Kl
f.)r thle arre.-t cf itnknsi' i.,;i(~ua r-
er:;." .;:il I'i. i'T '. "I do noi itririvf
ft riliit I hi 1oiiuni ("' i.ril'd r. lbi'tlh r
it I.s a c-.).ar.' lv a .-.. -is L tinitt o;i tne'
-tri ta- t(f our ( caIpitra or any e' i; dll..
r(" ardl mut'rde r eoli the' hlak--o of lel-l
l-'< >t lake. I'1: I siubillit that ill menI
aeit-' e':ial b 'foIle' tl.. liaw. aad lathe I n iln
for nie n who a its.s::h.teId fartiaa k are
,t-.?itled t no letter treatment than
thlo(-e ho killed Iankin.
"Afte.r fll!lni Oion county with the'
army and abushilg citizens. what d(oes
Patterson do. this Governor of the
State? He sends for Frank Vehring*-r
and Herschell HIoug and Wade Morris
and he bribet them to wprjure them-
Ielm cs to send honest mena' to the gal
leeral "
Several times the attorney r

this charge and then Judge Jo"-
taid:
"The court does not believe that the
judiciary should permit to pasr r.
noticed this assault on the chief e-.
ecutive of the State. There is nothlag
in the testimony to sustain counsels
charges. The witnesses swore r-
Ipeatedly that what Gov. Pattern
told thtnm was that if they would tel
the truth he would giKe them an a-
conditional pardon and see that they
get out of the country. In no way
is It in evidence that heo offered them
Ipardon to iuavol\e an1.yon( in the mar
dthr."
I'Iut. retirtid P'ierc. 'these wit.
;i -.;. or Ol1. of thinliI at hl'a4 t. swore
tliat it I'att, r-nin lid ili t off, red him
tl,' isvrdoii l hi, .o il nolt have made
t;l' rc nf si.n .lu-t what t'el he
',.Toertd th;eii. I do nut know but I be-
l'i \ I h:zl.e a ri.!it to .ay he bribed
the rj'ire tnen'selves."
Mrr r ." ag:tiin sa!d the. court,
'ti: e remarks are highly improper
aind th' court will not permit you to
nake them. Gentlemen of the jury.
there is nothing in e(.idence upoa
which the charge against the Gover-
norit ( ..ii. 'a''fd."
Mr. Pierce had spoken nearly two
hours w~lhen wn.l stopped d by Jodge
Jones Cour adjourned a few minats
I:ltter until today, with two bours d
time .till to the defenbe'na credit. The
case should go to the jury sometime
t*lday
Juror Rosson. who is Il with
mea.les, in lwing kept In the cou
house A room has been fIttUd up fr
him and he Is carried from it to hl
chair each time court ole-n.- He als
a high fe .\r but is determined to Mr
nmi, oln th(. j,ry till the, trill enil


NATIONAL FOREST RETURNS TO WESTERN STATS


WASH I1I NGTON. Jan 7s.- 1 during the
lw t IicaLI. d rt -rt ig .kut-e :;it. the'

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0 :'t itll -frv w -v p cruiit ,. midrt r h ich
( rds if filr, -A t olod Iistm.I ule% .111
saw I4)Ks. socrthI I,~.." or a ICC ut ';4
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pra>ctia ill. a .-,lil fronIt aga til -t the** "Thlhe' iotit opieolli latw wai ia.-s' *d
repeal of lhe law Id u 1 I ti -I :d It. ilA aI a '-ecI.tl <.,i .e cn ofI lh- le Kig latiure
not milure than tii hre.- or four tof lit' ci.tl. d l bi t ;,, iei,,r Hlidliu stiirll hoe
He.public'aI r.e r, etutl AIve will tre- fvor' tI h e- .lalCton iti iil itl that tIll,
to r.leal ithe law la faCtt i It. a-ld lut four I(t. ulldieaui lf the House
the K' lu'i laii atre- alliost w illlin l Sl h le d r I, itee tI'. iido imli Ke-ll r
to iAdilgr e lth t h I e Iauitwrat cait eated alili t the bill OIf the four
Inuterr fourteteni Iotr l the HIuuee ocal) l *lhretdeir it a mwembrr of the
the county optiol lIw sill remain hlu prr.erntl Huuse It is takru fur graut


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A weddla of mare tha aa l later-
eat teek pe at the hme ofs Mr. aad
MKs. Meadieu DMba of Santa Fe taI -
tmg. Aal eomaty, knday, Jauary
rh, at 8 p. ., wheM their daughter.
Mas ea Alma, waUs gvea t mar
e to Mr. Walter Scott Roberta.
The es palor i which the cOWe-
imen teak pilee had been tastefully
desert with the graceful tnes.
leaes ad msoa tound ia the forest
sat With at owe rs As the bridal
Ipu entered MmistoMoon's Waddlet
Marekh wa played oo the piano by
Mrs Birdle Putch, and during the
eremamy, which was performed by
Rey. F. B. John of Starke. she played
"Hearts sad Flowers." The bride, al-
ways lovely, had her beauty yet more
eabnceed on this occasaoo by her su-
perb gown of silvery-fray Messallne
alk with applique trimmlnqb and a
boquet of bride's roses that she car-
ried. The mauly sad handsome groom
wa arrayed in a sult of conventional
black
The wedding was witnessed by a
large member of relatives and friends
of the otathang parties, and Imlne-
diately after the conclusion of the
ftes they were tavited to a repast
truly Lcullan. onoth as to quality and
quantity. Many valuable presents were
give the bride and the mp"iy con-
Irutuatioms and well-wibes for the
fuatre happiness of the newly-wedded
omple were warm and sincere.
The bride is an accomplished and
popular young lady who is well-known
and has many friends both in this and
adjoining counties. The groom Is a
prosperous young merchant of La-
Croes, In which town the happy pair
wUl reside la the future.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

Kirby Smith Chapteor Names New OI-
sers for Ensuing Year.
The regular monthly meeting of
Kirby Smith Chapter, I'. U. C., was
held at the home of Mrs. J. E. Wain-
wright on Thursday afternoon, when
the regular annual election of omcerh
occurred, resulting as follows:
Mrs. H. H. McIreary. president;
Mrs. J. F. McKlastry, Jr., Ist vice-
presieldent; Mrs. J. M. Ialle. 2nd vice-
president; Mrs. Evans Halle. secre-
tary; Mrs. J. R. Merchant. treasurer;
Mr. J. B. Brooks. recording becrntary;
Mrs. J. R. Emerson. registrar; Mirs.
P. M. Prewltt. historian
This being the annual bCes'lon. a
large nuutibr of the nimnill.Trn were,


present and much work bar. been out-
lined for the chapterr during the com-
ing year. the ladies present all desir-
Ing that Kirby Smith be made the
leading chapter of the St1at.
The name of two une m ine-mbert
were rpr.eented at this inaet-ihi

J. J. PInley Chapter.
The annual meeting of J J. Finley
Chai ter. I'. ). C.. was held at the
residence of Mrs. J 1.. Kelle) Thurs
day afternoon
Ofhicers wVre etlcltd for the ensii:
ing )iar as fullows: Mlrs J. L. K-I
lc). epreldil.t; Mr. J. W Ir'toi., first
vice president. Miss Eleanor 8vsuinerl
second it-e-prelnidntl. M16s AtUmlia
Adam*on. recording ecritar)> Mra
J W Tetrch. corrvc.imJudinag s-crtarti> .
Mrs J I MtSdlin. treasurer. 1Mr. J
lM Klver,. registrar. litoricl t'Cu
mllfter. Mrs J M Ta)lor. Mr. A K
liarpir Mis llk-asic Kelle)

The habit of answeortg ads. that
aPal to you ls oae that will keep
you later ted In the lie you ae uv
1a, sad eese4rS


- 4


TEREST ICRESING

IN PIANO CONTEST

S11S DORIAN ILLIS IS THE MOST
PROGREIK IVL

Thursday's vote made no changes In
the leader,.
Following is the result up to 4
o'clock Thurrday aft-roon:


Miss
Miss

Miss
Miss

Mtse
Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss
Mrs.
Mis

Mtia
ilu
imM
Mits
Mis
Mis
Mtn
Miss
MIa
Min
MIa

Miss
Miss
Miss
Mtas


Miss
Miss
Miss


Dessle Dupreeo. city......
Katherine Halle. city....


L)orian Ellis. city........
N. Daughtrey. city......
Nannie Dickinson. city....
Alma Fennell, city......
Jessle Evans, city......
A. Groff, Newberry......
Julia Carter, city........
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
E. Strlngfellow. Hawthorn
atelle Beal, city........
I. Ware. High Springs....
Ilorrie Strickland........
Minnie 8bhawl Alacha...
Mabel Saanches. city.....
Emma Hadoon, city......
K. Carlton, Micanopy....
Nell DaCosta, city......
UIule Sheppard, Bell....
Anale Beville............
Alma Bullivan. city......
Goldie Lambert, city.....
Annie Ellis. city........
Julia McDonald, city....
Ethel Jolly. Waldo.......
A. W. Sargent...........
Ruby Albright...........
L. Sanders. Hawthorn....
M. Pernandez. city......
Katie lae Carter.......
Bewsle Carver ...........


S 152.lO'(


84.2!0
43.10:1
42. 9g,3
29.620
26.405
21.530
19.28"
17,775
12.265
9.635
9.115
7.640
6.710
6.530
6,005
4.175
3,955
3,906
2.865
3.84t0
2.535
1.870
1.460
1.445
1.245
1.120
650
47>
1(15


FIREMEN NAME PEDRICK.


Members Company No. 1 to Place His
Name Before Council.
There was a special meeting of
members of the fire department heJd
at the city hall last night, when stev-
eral of those present nominated C. C.
Pedrick to be voted on Iby th. council
for chief at their nimeting t:,i;liht.
when this matt r will be brought up.
Friends of N. E. Benson are also
urging his name for the appointment
of this position, and he would prove a
valuable man on a'-,n'nt of the vast
experience ta haid \. th the de-
partment in tl: i: -t
The above two ic)ic s .'I be
about all that w!i tw- stot '! ('. 1 thlb
council at thie ulitiltg tonich : It
Ia mnoers~tot.d tl'at C. R. a.;tt., ;11
re:.Fe 1to become a ca;di(da.-


Notice to Telephone Patrons.
klgi':ir.ln today all tele: hr ':!
must be made from the nun:ter. I
ery subscriber's nanie is to I,. f ,. I
la the new book j:ust ib:' e,..' I +
our new oplerat,'r canot Iot ,. .1
to kioA tife n w.. '-r .f van ui: b-
scrlbh r- w,- ni t :: -! t :; .* b-
servai. c, ( tvil. rl, :t ("i" '' .riuli-
bers. If -in' :' ,. ', ,i c' iv
a new list f -it will L.
Sul lied uIpo .
J. A. GOODWIN)\'. Manag r.

Scientific Spanking
Conslsts in jr:1unlhment only when
a child is actually Lad. Suoi.i moth-
ers think that all crying Is badness-
It's not. When your baby cries, look
for pins or some external caube; if
)ou can't find them give the baby
White's Cream Verrmifuge. as the
chances are it is suffering from worms
which keep it hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-sure in
its action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.

Will Become Candidate.
I dea.ir,, tlki t all I)y frl.-,l: r-
meniltr the fact that I will I u cani
diduate fr the office of .Marrhal of ith-
Cit) of G.aiin.s1ill, at the conilintg cit
c-lctlion. t() iillg lt tu. dutl'. r .U (;;.
V,'Ard-ii, I %ill I.- unable to 1. wilh
)uu o vt r> da.\ lIat 1 d.i-lr<- tIhat all
Ui) friv-ndp rk flor ia :tiiand l .itl t ry
awrtlr taliC, t. ll ll l i i ll1i l i, half in
lthe uii,,'riuvhlilig aiii ai; iili i |t-' < I l.(
full) (C C WARREN

The Meanest Man in Town
II the ole lwho alIwua wc;tars a
frown. i cross and disagrtvable, sItI
i short and sharp in his answers
.\tile ca. 's out of ten It's not the pt or
fellow's fault. It's bis Ihl\er and digl..-
tlou that ilakie him feel s, inluitarublr
-he can't help being dl agrr-.ble.
Are o)u in danger of Ietting into
that condition? Thben start at o te
takin lBallards ilerbiue for your
liver- the safe sure and reliable vege-
table regulator Mold by W. U. Juhn-
son.


AMUSEMENTS


Electric Theatre.
Icacr u, ,th. F:.-tcrle Tha.tre ni .'i
Agenint FPtriet to Ilh'nase b. securliig
:he latest and bt -t riovlng Ipc'tue'.
there are In the nmrket. In thll nrist
*L':u.!,h rPason fr the lirge- nil: i l
itttndance. Thcre se'nis to be ni,
alliig off ii the manyy ~hlo vl it thi-
ilAc of aniu-ni-'nra and as lttii a-
'.*rit 1.4 nonil. \% ryv '4 'ning ill I .
fal!y up to the 'pa't records for the
i.t nioviiig plicturi t lhow il tht.
south.

The New Baird Theatr.
After a lull of a few days In the
matter of attractions, together with
the popularity of the company here.
a large audience will no doubt he pres-
,nt at The New Haird Theatre next
Monday bight to witness "The Night
Riders." which will be the oKl-ninl of-
fering of a three-nights' engagement
by the Pour Plckerts and Company.
"The Night Riders" is said to be one
of their strongeKt plays, and the entire
strength of the company, which num-
bers fourteen people, will be brought
out.
Popular prices will pivall-25. 3;
and 50 cents.


The Lyceum Course.
The fourth numlbr of the High
8eool Lyccum Course will be given
at the Electric Theatre Monday night.
January I. The attraction is Ir.
Jan. iedlhry. whose standing in the I e-
tur.- v.orld is t.nexc,!lh.d lH. ha.s had
twenity-flve ye-irs' ex'lrie'nce in iplat-
forni work. !Pe has addrn .scd ;a nlil-
lion and a half i'vrsonr anil has travel-
ed .,ie.'ih nil'",. The' thollrandl wh')
have lititii 1d to Li.- words of clh-. r
ai1d f,:t t.I 'I )wr,, r f l.i< ra',r: th.t
f. '-c.7 an i'i (of hi-I ;:a! nII tic I i'e fn...lit..
art, HN w rni i"'.i;r rs. ni l ,r.n-ft i'l.
* .;r' s t..!( ti h t, hi r t -. 1 i .
iNo inot fail to h.-:-r Lhit' .Mo ,':e Ii'i%!.t
His lIii
not outn1 .v.a y, )')a w.th his lt'in
and in-.truci t > l. ,ut h( will oit<-r-
tain and nmn-.c -' ou.


TELEPHONE


TO


Shoppers


Before making your nele.
tions for Holiday Gifts ea
at our store and inspect 0o
line of


Furniture

Suitable

for

Christmas

Presents..


We have everything new
essary for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
the 'ishles of anyone ea
!'e gratified loth as tochoiel
and price.
Many pieces that are e-
p(eially appropriate for the
Yule-tide trade.


Gainesville Furniture C
Gainesville, Florida.



Sores idsPrevnwet husm


TA


The Long Distance System


One of the most valuable features operating in various sectiOM fd
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their 01l
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods ef 011
tion with the extensive long distance eating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close tsel
Telegraph Company and the th other as- arrangement between the ell TeiT
sociated Bell Te'ephone companies. phone companies is it possible toe ae
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywha
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put i
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any p1
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wire, rmld
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, is 1I
operated. daily in commerce and for social p
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer
most modern and improved construc- citizens in all walks of life and
tion and are maintained at a high plant heie a.. ;n ii ;.rt n *
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, .-.




Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Company

Efficiut service. easonaMle Rates





Are YOU Bein; "Hunted?"

One of today's want ads. may be hunting you -r n saC'
ingthe city for you. It may have a meuae for you of d l S
personal importance---one that, when you get it, and hbi
it, may change the immediate currents of your activiti,4 J
your interest- may even place around and about yo u
environments, new asociate; may give you an entirely
start in a businm way.
In't it worth while to try to fad out whether this my
not be true-today, tomorrow, or very soon


a-


FWD
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M N I C 1 1 1 d / b i l t y 1 9 '









THE IAIIY SUN.: UAINUA8 iiLY. FIA)RIIPA, JANI'ARY It, i9414.


JOYS SUR-

IBER TO SHERIFF

O EIN SEEN DEPUTIES
i THEY HAVE BEEN OUT.

TIM Don't r.) v Who Placed
Si Jail for Their Escape
m n ronson Jail.

ILd IIO nrlrook-. the two rn.
with counterfe'iting and % ho
bea4d in the Ironson jail to
term of U'nited States~ cnrt
, month, have surrtn.l.'rd t ,
3 here to be present and
oid l on t, ( har.,, an ain. t to ;.i
p In In p Thursday' by the re p rter an1I
Very freely of t:.eir wi r.,
I ce their et-cape fro;:1 t'
-ggty Jail. and as to howv tle.
She :safne.
lm that the t(ool,. :.av..
ether apparatus used in cut-
l way out was found In the
They donl t know who, ilac-ed
i ere, or wrLcn the y t.Vre i...
| 1lL but uKpn finding them the
rliaing when they awoke they,
p went to work to ,'.cul' tL. ir
I, which was done within a short


their escape they at once
r their home, where they se-
Seddn a and other parapher-
pIeparatory to camping out In
and remaining at liberty
t time for trial, It being their
to come in and surrender
R i trial all along. but wanted
beedom pending the interven-

have been enjoying them-
hInting and fishing and camp
tared well with them fruro
pm ranlces. They have enj)oye.t
adings, hog-killings and
o all kinds of choice game
their camp-life, and were ne'-
led to move camp very far
Oe time.
asked what Ie,.. -c,--< therl
S to Gainesville I:ntead Of
they r-elied that they, lor'-
to be imlnri.onted htir.'. a.- they
o ar months ai:d t~,) days

Jail, and con.-!,l.ring it %as
ttoe tfo trial they ecurtd a
ad were driven to this( city.
their hli;, at *; o*'i;t k Un
y. :'rrN ;;; :. r. ahout 1.
and had tx o n t'i tihe t f,' r
1 erl ff u il th.y ti;.al. f !
Wiring .-h-r.ff '''T .:.
they hurr. dr. *l ., 1 .I C1
th n )'. r I. .> S'l 4 *.rT ',
Btiy wer.- at ,.ft h1 l.: .1 r.:,

Sdepur ie ,,:' .. :;. i: e'!*
to tlhc:in % hli.. thinty i.,' tout.
a one c e, i.t-in Shrriff W Vlk' r
within tithr! f.-t it f i h, r
were bid. but he falltih to ai-
Ithem. Thi ay ,:say it w:! a c,.ai-
Soccurrtnr.' f(or sulhie Otf I
to i':p s aiolK tl,,ir c ti:i,>
and co'uri it.;;,. a i i. 4 fe ri I

O.Brooks claims that his brother
0o ay) ctaconnicted wiih him in
fte and that thet charge against
I lithwHit follndatioi, which fac.
4tms,. aill be broughtt out at the

ys hbae. been aecurted tor
1W their friends, but they don't
lyt who has tb-en engaged. Hlow -
thy claim that the' whore ca.e
hb stralghbte-ed out e.xoeirating

lBrooks' wr.re di-;pl, ii:t'ld "\Ar*I
bhlt that th, ir ti a.l sill ei.,, cii,.
soon as they had utaricptill'd-
thev womild ht\ re r ;.;iat< *
t Outide, ulintl abotll tillt. f ,r
They ul:di r-to4lod tih.- ('i' vi :il
a p l ) t A .:i .1; 'I.I I l-t .a 'l


1WSTED IN COURT
ON MURCER

Ire N~r U I.iii

MW. ~ .c e. l a. 1!: ; II l'.
I Il r.. .i 3
1-1d~ 4 *,.;


*&a c4 II IC i'

La emata1.11


CHARGE.


at I iii ii ia
t
''. 1'

Cl


~1i aIa


14 sii s &as ordered by
E:,taLe.JI:Ifif Ice- ILI i .U'l 'I1
wils, ata


IBURD HARDWARE Cl!


POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
SILL BEFORE SENATE

WASHINGTON. Jai. 7.-The postal
.atiiigs batik bill was tbfore the Seln-
ate yeo-terday and many ameitndmnnts
were proposed to It. Moine of then re-
quiring the di.,-it of lpoital savings
fit'nlis in State r 'well as Nat.tinal
:Ialik.. It is exlwCtd that the voting
,) ami dUuiidiie'z t- ati. a further di.-(u:-
-ionu of the measure will be r,-suned
today.
The Senate also received two me t-
saage's from the i're'.-'l::n. iine reconm
ti di' tl, ^ a,', '.' it :i r. t.',e r'.: a-
:. erre le i ,. i .. t thi,' othi rn-
l.iting to t1he ab'-t t: 1iol. by tL;e I'iii t
St'te'h Steel Cori ration of the Te n-
:n.--,ee. Coal uand Iron Company, and
i a.,c.d se''cral hills oi the callhndar.

The House.
\W.\,H4IN;T()ON. Jan. 7 -Tiht only
i:.c' i!tt v.or:hy of niott in the pro-
S,.",lini~ of t?!:' lioufe ye'-t !rday. and
S, a. .> I t i i i I .5. Cn l
:* ,- r' '.* .rI f !i.-alli~i.- ll of thI '
1 1 ~ .\ .t an i !. .i.l ; tri, C
'r. -i !* it *..-, .It Iu ci'l, t "*; I' :,
: r a r, r ,(' to th) fl.ii(,'i ,
,> aih'd ,'i !a .' '.':!,

i JDGE LANCIS REFUGES
TO RE-TRY FINE CASE.

.. 7 !. (li enit: n
Sf f, .iri :a t r, '. l ,: tf!-, Stai l.tird
ui! (a r'i \ !.a, J,!v. i L.n- Iiii tinu'-
of :'* "" w tot ljive'. ill til'
i : it. d .S:at,- :i;,Ip.-llate and l ulreimte
courts. w it (t b ii: -tcTrdai.h I ni-
I '. Sistate. l-i trict AI.ttaila Sim w'lnt
*,i. lrc Judge' l,;:ndil. anld a:.uiuiince'd
that he would like- to bt'n4ln a new
he :aritig of tlhe' ct-e on iM 1,:lay. Judge'
I.ait i-t a4 nuiiii i 'd that iI: \iew of his
'ln io leit lallt i t !e e. ( ftutldani*ital
I\ that e:lt'h car load c'iin.ltituted a
4e.1,aratc. offtn'l>e) hi did nlot ("ar' to iit
1.. ii t ill 011 lhe' e

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la grlli' coughs that may
dc-v li into piol. nioniA)' oier T iiglht
ar1e quickly cured bly iFol"'y',. lHoni-v
and Tar The i m.,re- and inflaul-d llutIIn
ar healt-d land ittramthe ir(-d anid a
.tl.ig' r,1ru- i, .' *'i,, Ih- ilc kly a\,rt-
.t Tl ake' o'.k I'1l. lio Iim aid Tair
'l th. \ 11 ,) ., kaj;,< J W McColl
01.1U & Co


HISTORIANS MEET.


ii., .1 u. -I .I .r.;, uP 111i.'MaI,
Ii at tn. i ii t


---- A
Ht" lJAMlid out' T1
,Ingreli
We bLe d Ator
Does


JOHN HATICOX STALS

BICYCLE OF CHESSE


Napiholeum


The -Staindardl 4fNon-l'ois-

O(osIU oi Milidtalt:Itt4.


Jo .Iionll.


Reasonable Enough.
"Whtn'a .V ur ,** tiN th e farm
nil- I,.r "'
"Tlh, lai t4 't .r I l ow butike.i "
"'AIti t II tIf'. .e tc', th heyV.1
cropss"" 1\\.li ilrruld.

PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind,
ilvte-diing or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money retfuded. 6 o


&ter. Pvr in&
rIcnr r.t' wuJ *nt puItN.
not Cr-ofor the "air


Chloro


BEST


SAFEST

SUREST


WAS CAPTURED THURSDAY AND
GIVEN SIX MONTHS BY JUDGE.

Rode Wheel by Place of *uuiners
Thursday. When Chesser Recog-
nized His Property.

J.h,:il Hathcox. a young negro about;
;;',,:,' ; ) ar.e of age. Wasn eit Ui,
'. :'irs.l.n y 'County .ludge Mason for
.:;.ii:;,i a b 'ic.~( front the Lutinet
:,r of J. 1 ('lt c ser on Wedne-.day.
i'hli In o) ro t oidl) had the hiam..
,'r .- .1 t!. a .tNiilte In the, broad-opt n
: i;" ht from InI front of the store.
!',t was se'n to pass the place riding
.t tn Tht.rday.. urnu the arrest w-.
,o;-idi.rtd made by the owner of the
!.1., 1.
T'Ihe negro was tried and fined $3P
and e r~l ts or six months In the turpea-
ltinlt farms. and not having the neces-
sary mnney to pay the fine he was
couielled to pursue the latter course.
Several wheels have recently been
stolen In this city. and the Judge, In
m:iking the sentence heavy, will prob-
ably put a stop to the pernicious tak-
Siln of wheels, which. In many cases
are never found.

A Good Qualifleatie.
The myste'r> of th' neguro mind ib
filustrated lIy a story which the bPila-
delpbha RAe ,rd jIrl;:tt. Jlhn. the col-
ored alppli J:.t f.,r h:.* i -..i1.A .' of but-
ler In a amly: 11:=i In one of the
fi::lIonalle .' :', r'. of li:l::1 strove to ir;. r.-' hiq wi-uld be en-
Spl '-r.r wlt') Lis e-ti-;e fitnss for the
11:, e."
**( h. yes. sut." he sil 1. "l' sholy well
tdtuc;itca F::I. I's i-Abte a ci ll serr-
rce e rn.rilr.tll.,n."
lI d. ." r : 'd :d the getleman.
"that Is very inue. I'm s e. but I
.can't Fay t!:it th:it will lie of any per-
tienlar value, to me In a butler."
"*No?T" ral t!he .' rlrlIrd applicant.
"It share 14 s.r.i'' "iv h' ;Ig h:n's
ta.tesn '% diff.r. Now. Mr. Will!ams."
naming hIis f,-t,-"r reni,!, yer. "he nTy.
'J. !!n. ore t:.:!iz I dtnin'n Is civil
scrFive to ni;.'i Ltucts?.' an' he done
rpne m:e a r-t.ni:\1'itn rI' there, suh.
an' that's th,. tru:."
Tlhenz the r it m:an siw a grnet
light. Hle r : *r :
** .. : .. r' r' '. I '"
(Civil tCivit e 1- n rery inrp rt:mnt and
rnt'irr win 'ii1 itri '. e, if ye u have
Ias.' !U t;. it I : :.-n. I think we'll
unsId.-r y. u i, ;-i.: i0."
A r,;.ul Hero.
lHere i- 14 a l i 'A:ie' of tl.il r.
the first <,f t .. .- it ::,,-i.lI. At eliv
en h-n.? k
Ien R '' R ,f
c'..r ,a::t. :'.a : r ; '
l.n tI'Iu.. I ; .' r :'.

r 1 1 I i : 1 t C i
tru sin; ;i r i x.. : v. I Ii'1
e'. tr .' :, ':- .= i.- re t'r ':'"
stid l l o I l l r r : 'r
,,true .r.rt .:c .'. c II .The I e lIi*
s d ergtl 'i ..' ,i':t i, 1 qnrt It a se** :nd
I Ithle rs r( r<- '; ;r 1 t l. t I.l
a 'try. A!;:I : 1! t'L li l '' r nr lIl- w I
Srveiitl n' ", Tl; Ir*.:' :wIe .t'y ar lr t'"r h'I
died. lit tl; lt s.> :;, t, l.-I t n" ^tl,
strlking of anl iI1 darling s.,n,
ttl one ws hae a ouratlh or cold. I).1
srye read rt cr.:'ourne rlud urisye o il U
cured the dt r. iou Ie a nt Olerei th.e rehl-
a lr. wclk'.l r, tn the lwd thrby tl:. .
suvl:it. "<' t.; m 1- thy Bi tuf rlriz." ., d
;i few dg.i\ altf.rward dhl.-l.,,lo ,li
Sl.,-t!ut, r

S IEvory Mother
Is ,r should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
tsay lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu-
iuuia then to solmelhing uliuie serf
o,- liallard's ior,.hound Hyrup will
cure the trouble at oi(ce ahd present
any cofmlpllcation. Bold by W. M


P91(1M OSIOCK


oAINESVILL. FLOW"


Fire. Life and Accident ^...... ".


..PRUDENT ME,

Should be eonsitai-
i' alndl l, prudent in ev-
-erythini. Your pus
delnce ahouldn'toondl
Sinl tryil g to kep t
hIlou.' from getting on
^ .. lfire, but by'havi It
i"Atf r^ l insured in tinm so tb
-- if it does take Ar yy
.can claim indeOltw r
i your lor from a od,
0,lild inl luaDeO C0o.m
lMxany. ee us about a
Iplicy without delay.


A. M. CUSHMAN, AMet, Gained L


T DAILY S, O aW


jm[aiuIu smromla


----(INOODRORATKTl-


STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN,

lRoom ll-15 BIMwir Beildis, 4eq. B4 4l

We buy and sell Local Securities of All KindL
ence invited.


EdTUER 8. JORDAN. W. .


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


For Stables, Kennels,

Poultry Houses


It i. death on Flies, Lice
and other pests. ( Iuaran-
tled under the Pure Food
Law.


SIFECT IT SPlAT PM.
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TUE WITWts CURSE |
A *iert Lsend of oA *f 00y
an Malne.
Clow by the red oa the notakirt of
the eM ampOt tow of rksllapot, ao
the PIaoberot river. s a small family
eraetery. Within Its Ionlosere alecp
the Bwcka the blue Mooded fMi who
at mi ed the town mad bequeathed
tI terttrm s and a l C
The largest and moat eomnsiktauon
monument to the reemter Is a tall
ngrante shaft, whl bh i In plitl'i ri-ht #,f
the highway. On one skle Ib the I:i-
snriptVon: 'Vol. John rPnk. thi F. amler
e@ BNcksport, A. I. 17r41. n orn In
Hlatrbillt Mass., I711 Iled Mar'h 14.

On the other elde i the sInale word
"'Ick" ead also ormething ne-t
wrouht by the marble worker. On
te smooth asrface of the pedwetal 1*
a ctrious oati ae. which can be rtaill.
Itmagled to be a foot of normal size.
Tbe people who my that It ts a foot
belle In the le#od whbih bha oft
been told In nlockaport.
Thel tory Is that Coloel Jooathan
Dck was a very harsh man and the
tmdlg sprit In his day and nera-
toa. He was the highest In civil an-
tb .ty. and bhs word waa law ha the
ommmeaty ta which he reided. He
ws ansl amn out Puritan. and to
hm wltehcraft was the Incaration of
IaspheIIy. Th-us ao the try goes.
wbh a catal woman was ueeaed of
eag ft, at the ant elameaI of
the pIp w Catoael Bck 0dorW that
as he 61014ed, ad latr s41 e was
aimed toe uoected as a teh.
The rNMO dafy came. sad the
mas wat to the pnow, esraig '
hAg x vith a ach e"""e wordW

S u--L- moved. All was
th-- the chapman wsn ab out to
pWal M dty. when the wola
(aM to 00o1el Back, aad, ramisb
a b t mrd rdheaveIs, she sa: m
emthem Bek, ietem to thbme
WW ahe aUt my tangue shll tter.
I i the qio t f the oaly Ultg God
whleh bis me speak to yo. YTo will
- dia, ian eer yor rave they will
49*t a 0BM, that all may know the
1Pt whao your bornM e od ernmble
to dat.
"UpoI that stoae the Iartit of my
ot sha appear, and r, all tr ue aft-
SYe seCCred am,- Ias vani"h"d
ihe the tace of the earth will the
Pe-p- e far arn ao M tow that
yen 11-No a woman."
Ie thea twed to her executlooe
ad anoh act transped to make a
PWt ofAmMri aIcolonalahtoWry. The
wlcb ue" had been almost forgot-
a mi the a-m ment w erected to
theI 1Mer of Boka0port
It had been In posttios hardly a
meath when a falnt outline was dticov-
erd ae It. It grew more ad more dir-
tiat, untmi soae peon made the dl -
covqy that It was the outline of a
fat. The od legend was reived.
They said that the "witch's curse"
had b~e fulfilled. An attempt wr.
ade to remove tbh staln. t:t ecvtr-.
efort only tended to make It plailnc-r
The Imprint of the foot In there to d ir
a plati as ever. Amateur ljhotgr.i-
pher bare taken ,lctures of It, a:t a
Vitt to the Bnck ('c*':e'eert to rxe !'*
w"iteh's foot" is one of the pastliues of
eery summer vrtitor to the pretty lit-
tl toW--N.ew York World.

If It's printed stationery you want
The uB olce o s the place to get It


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On Its Entire Renmainaing Ilitn sof
Men'., Boys' aind Chidrt'n'..


Suits, Trousers and Overcoats


Also WOMEN's, MIss>'ES andl ('IIL.-
DREN'S TAILOR-MADE .u'lr.s ainl,
CLOAKS and MEN'S. WOMEN'S anil
CHILl)REN'S WINTER 'NItI:.\EAlt




. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
ATVXA6AU, iSOMUIA --


NEAW 10I17VE PIN SPAPI
3.sod to HesthBy VI t
"I was lck., ran-ews and finally
had to xt-e up work. Aftor trying
a tov'oc-vr of remodli and wvtrol rIy-
aideans I was joist about ready to give
up In despair. I "w Vinol ad.
w'Use4d an'! decide'S to try It,
ad It has don moroe good br
an 'cam an allOr onerI m cI ebir.-A. It
ha% 1,ilt ;ft up ii.'! r"*tort my
Utroergn'l Uiil I n%)w f.-r! twenty year
younger, &ail amt*i%!,ul* to vtend to my
work aaln anut I'aI; Job Jeavons,
1"t l.ind f tree?. ~he'jri% 'W. Va.
'The ria4q')I Vit.i is FwA Pucrc-roftl In 1
ouah cam ".4 Is lji-cLuP it t mtaln- tonic
11o1 a-A :111 of t~e tI* irg
Ihlood-ma;A:: g and b;idy-t)ii.u elf'-
flf I ('! Cf (I II r oil, but no oil.
vitr.m It ur..v, el1'.d a' a strength
Cematc. leeor o.J *.-cile. d-1I atr chtldrr'n.
weak. ruai-do. ,' p"-. arnd nfier
sickness--and is thil bewt known rem-
edy for coughm coldit and bronchitis.
We return your money it Vinol tam!
bo SIT* satisfthA.UQ
W. K JOHNSON, Druggist.
G~aIesIlle.


The Degkin Wouldn't Go Round.
Fungary swarmq with harrlsters. It
st the greatest amltion of the Hlunta-
risa peaant to make one of hla sons
as advocate.
The ena of a small farmer t the
neighborhood of Budapest wa sent by
his bther to the law school ao that
town, bt either from lack of parts
or the neceisary application be was
plucked t th e qualifytg examina-
tb.
Not danla to return to the paternal
abode epty handed after all the mon-
ey that had ben spet on his educa-
tia he conceived and executed the
plaa at for nl a leal diploma. The
fthe was ot, however, so Itnwrant
as nt to be aware that sch diplomas
are always written on parehment-
kutya-ber (dogskin)-in Hungary.
TWhy to your certficate not made oat
on kutysa-ber asked the old man.
"The fact is. father." coolly replied
the youth, "there are more barrl.tern
than digs In Hungary, and so there is
not enough kutya-ber to make diplo-
mas for us all."-Londou Answera.

bm,'s Dry Humowr.
Whem the galant Welah captain
David Oam was sent forward by
Henry V. to reenn( Iter the French
army before the battle of Agincourt
he found that the enemy outnumbered
the English toy about fiTe to one. tlin
report to the king Il hiist ric:
"There are enough to he killed.
enough to be taken prisonmrs and
enough to run away."
This quatnt forerart of the result of
the Ita.tt: at r<( spread thrnghnh the
cnare', e.7i q' i i!.,i c vry yeornaRn
ar her ,,f tIt. v iantl.t company felt an
Ir ) *. ",Tr '- lo:rn t;t It It was a
m I t. r-Illy Jt'-lifld lby the event
Pc r .. !,..;i, rn wt~ (iiqtlae i l
b' '. r ,i th ., kii..d twhil.'
In t:.. a t ,i : it ini, the life of hib1
prince. .Louto'ii Sta p!:,r ul


Distilled Water.
Iibetile.I vtcuttli aft or l:iV i'' l1..,,
ex5Mloqw1 td othe stir Irsiitaw(,f tit.,. 1:1.4)S'
suluLbrietus '#,f di-i' It Ii ..'I'- :. !I',
measums 4ed ; 1FiFIticit' I'4 se'b erc1l IT?
Ca amctf dy !. t -iu& ucad .r4'.c osi'i-
the p..i'14ral f-..,-.*tl 1.4c r atthe' I" ''
try cr. r c:crri -. c
tilling aIrj, ap'ru ItI' iuilie Ia ~ Y.t.%v ce'tr
Is wId' fr -It .' hr I !c-t' .' '& I.*
ateanuera. jr l::sitho*' ,tl-.ch:i.. ;a;'r.ri'' c
wasn us4d .oni uvaor-hii a~ iM l'ee car


Too Much Face.
You feel as If you had one face too,
many when you have neuralxia, don't
you? Save the fact'--o a may ine.-!
It. but get rid of thiv. neuralgia h.
applying IBallard's Snow lilni ceit
Ficebt thing In the world fur rhceu
xmatitm. neuralgia, burnb. cuts. scalds.
laime bac and all pain. Sold by W
M. Julilhon.


POWER OF WATER.
Under Certain Cendti:ns It to Prae-
tieally Irresistible.
Whlicn a umanu ge- in swi:mrning ait
the m.eashire ald -.1 's Ilit h nt-r for i-
Iti) wi iii* ll hiaind r l.ke'4 a b.ci k ulve
fr ,twi a pier uikd l .fa,'. *cl4uir".l) ,in hi.i
back heI re.a.i ithat the unitIlh.e
!l,1u4 i hoot i> it l i;t r .,ti 1 ieii .
Yo t s a. % w ri. i .i t ne N .\ ,,r;'
T'I i.u *u. it n *". ,tl *.. ar i clli e nllo-t aiir'-
Lli t o o, e w I.ti l i .ia tr ill do uii.k r
in .1 riee &aI.M.
stnre.;a tri, m a tlvIi- IiHin Ie, o ~-~I
Li'v. 1. iin I 'i < .,'>. 'i J '1 i & lr.>il a
, 1..... II c l i ,'.ai r i..li t. ; II I;:
u ''-I cotton .i\ ;,.s a 1.','* ; ..* .* .. of ,i
I un i d u.'y. t ,,).4 \ li 'gre:.t Il.o .'4 r ; ..,
SI tth'y we're l,,lil-'an ail %wu u .r '.t
a I iimil r O I. ti. wcunity u ii tiugh lihe
wetr.' ;1 a ,rio, '. ti fIr 1 IS c11 n n;i.,i.
1lhcir i-. a it.ory ,f ain c ; 'ot -r Ilairk-
sli th whlio wnt w'-.t and u4ind1. l tet
h:atl lit' e lad k!te 4. a I ;e lilr.u.h!i
theL J, tof o,,e of tb'scf I tl/.zls ~ 1it:1 1
s.ledIe h:iaumer. lie lalttl his arnu.
*niniii uie ihnhil.le ind (c;:Ie tlo w: ,nl
e Iteu la lh slre nt:l wii;l a f[~rie thit
wo.u:d have lc:utedel nl auivil. I;ut the
Jet. never l'luetrated. wihlsktd tbh
ma-'si'. hammen r ouit of the IUla k-
smlih's bhandl and t.osed it sI:vrral
hundrle ftLt away lnto the debrli 4of
gold bearing gravel beneath a crum-
bling cliff. After this the blacksuilth
left out Iron when be spoke of hard
sabta ceas.
There is also a power plant near
[uranto. Colo, where a United States
cavalryman one day thought be had
an easy job In cutting a two Inch
stream with his sword. He nade a
valiant attack. The result was that
bhis word was shivered in two and
his wrist broken.
A little thinner Jet of water descend-
Ing 1.000 feet to a manufactory at
Grenoble. Spain, and traveling at the
moderate speed of 100 yards a second
fractures the best blades of Toledo.
Of course aoiie peple will not be-
lere such stories .hout having seen
the thing, and one may think it a proof
of the scientlflc Imagination to nay
that an Inch thick sheet of wat.:r, I r -
vided It had sufficient velocity, would
ward off bombshells as well aa st*"v!
plate.
Nevertheless many persern while
traveling have seen a brakeman put a
small hydraulic Jack under one end
of a l'n!!nna: car n'-d lift twenty tons
or s by a few leI.4urely sirtrk,* of tlw-
pnmn Inai'dle, and tli.' e \''ri *:t o' f
ritz.g every day In a Lyd!r:tu;li' l.'-
vator tet:cls too remove ,,i,U',.( of tIh.
mnagcl p wcr paewsr'cd Iy watf r hit ih-
ed to a machine.


Man:.' 1t1te lives lntine heon saved
by Foley's' Iloti' naid Tccr. fr coumgh'..
'old&. croup and wh',o)oing cough. It
-. cif- e''elv ..i.r't'a.'' fur Itifant'
.tiit. (hi ld~r. It a, i: #" ita n: i n o1.0 4 caict#'--
oir other nar,-otic drucg4.. and children
like Fole-y'. I hic'. %and Tar. C ircful
imotliers irep a hbttle in the' hniw-e'
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A Postal Deficit. There : i,,) .a -i on r "Pa. a tut i I..*l:it y the postal COugh. ,0 or Ii ,iple dve'l de .
defItlc ?"
"T he.' lhIlc ", .'',ir nice l t r lwalu t fcar. into pin ,.uri .,,.i'c .t:-', r F',h'.%'.- : 11 .,
gets to lit on I" .*tal .ard "- Ietrlt anld Tar l.a4' L, 'en ta.,' n. a- it r.
Free l'r'u th,' th i t -i,.t. !.0 i -,* .it(. .
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doctor ualtijt 3. ur liir... : ila? f4llol, -
What' AA.l rit:; ui, ,.,.r. 10ill'6' WAhv.
It's It.''f n -. I lit 1 4 t hl i hw
that I (caii't .s'. ;

Wanted Full Credit.
"*,m%. ite\ i nl I %,in u nr'U accut''ua
of strilkii. a;in, thr I.,) aid knocklin
out olie of lii. f.l.th "
''useu I:,., J. .t.' -. t w,, ,f, hil te-th "
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When He Enjoys Home.
*, I "aid r i .' i' it 0l.l, h i 4t4lie?!
"Yes % I ,"tr %i il hihnu Itotake,
we tu the I I.',n itt' 'i.r 'isela Isd I dr.

roe. heel Ita Uae. ftruo
Ow early Pfl.c-'i rc-dC't.tv ub u mw
In It a reecitl laire tu VejiCo


'Brown House Barber Shop
ANOREW PHILUPS, Prop.


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Gainesille, the County Seat,
Hau ourteen eh Jrches, two poubl
se'hools, the Vinierisitty of Florida,
private school, *bhre newspaper
United water, t're P ain a y.&rn>, eectra:
sI:', pa lights, T ee fectonef,
ua.',ie Ihop', t'ir.-, wrotl faeto.
rife, at ton iis, two rniw f etorips,
three rai road two er ti er :.sn.
uflartrinr cmarni,'-.. one ";!Orl
manufactory, one ro-e lfy ,:i' tlr*
oentine plant, f"i r hnmk., and w**:
V teked *tc.r,- en.l racing every
i.Cl in the **,I:iv '.*r-' al 'ire.
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MEW BAIRD THEATRE

LOUIS KALBFIELO, Manager



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MATINEE WEDNESDAY.



THE FOUR PICKERTS

and Company


14 People 14


HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTIES.


MONDAY NIGHT


"The Night Riders"

-- PRICES 25. 35 and .3 cents



Breads, Cakes and

_Pies


ir a k o'r) H ,,r* I I lrs' n1t .' ,r
S.'i, I 4 I I R '

KEYSTONE BAKERY


R. T ., laltr, 'Pro-,.


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Your Orders..


THE SOUTH'S


MAIL ORDER HOUSE


. S OFFERING A DISCOUNT OF


Nttl* of Masur.g Slets
I 'ti r I I r .it ,an' 1, % ii # a
fl n.4 I Of f .re of fofers 4e oivir" aan4 j
11118414 bY th.. I(e'il-.r-Ab .I,. T. %'oe
J 1. 41 .. 4- t ho- Citf mt C( m rt of thg
F:ltIth Judlicial CIrc( %lt of Floirida. i
anvd fEr Ala, liua (ecu 3d. in
! hitting un the I -"Itolfi. lof Ih.r's inl".~
k 1).lU--%. ill A r?4 Ilt i, f r4(j.., if dluig
In "aiid 4 'curt, th t*uW If ~IA- s
efrot.llitiliaatt i-'I ';d *'rz II Roue is
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(14-croo, n lilloN i)i-,% t C'r,luir-: ne.
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lh'inh hart of LIrt *''`v( o~ 4 \* 'f L
An $c'ct34dn Thirtd 1 I ;.-. io (..hl ;
Stit (Il ,. S. -1:111 f, T r it Iwo I I
l.i;t.
5j54 ;er ul~ccrtY' "il t*' 4'i as the
firOve rtf of (;rs- t..o Il 4,o>' te
said dcreer of ftere I;l nind "o~~te.
.. II0. I 111S. JR..
~';'.cial Mas9te~r.
CaRTR o fLAYToI".,
Complat-inant'. SelIrc-Torw.




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AICHUA COUIT!IIII
Alaseha eomuly i0 05lO,4Y*ae"Sa
grea, ha sa 4b mile sailroad NO
miles wagon road, 5 pooa~ee
123 public schools, 7 phophate
plan91,1121 )aw mills. 075,000 suriM
house, five newspapers, and P4
dUCes corn, cotton, rice, pre,
oats, rye, rIotatoe. pineapple.. o.
&a"ges ,j'eehe.. are, plums, Pea
ans. and all kinds of egetab


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TH1 DAILT 8TU: tOAINIILTL W, FIOBIt4 .ANI'ARY 1909


*iSUU~d4I 3 1., m mt K
FMtm it(


*divre b ltart: rr~ In the Clv,


psf fthe tntt-i 'fAtr%. pn.Imgw.
Sng!5 t 't.a-, C :roP'e
ggaufot fire week4- %trictly Iin


.and cv'nts r each .;iti oun
% eri.pla jdverti'tug :Adc tnoewa on

.k !4131 i, ii an rilat t'ag e fc tv
SPulilishr4 C' ry W314mvosail..
awd contain* all the o~os c0 the
*Stte and renetal, are w~ilbe
frpee to any attcf the U'niR..
for f: on a ar-In .4vance.
bills become due after first
4 advettisement. unl.s ot he: t% i
A-wtrg.g *Panics a4 knowito u.i
tpay for ndve-o .n' in 4t
THR DAILY SUN.
GAIM.VIILL, FLA.

Caregie extracted all the '
the tariff, it JIs nw inia
Sedition.

WgX ipeouilc ih a t' me rr
tperor William a uort of %
Oak as it were.

that we could be witty on
too. if it had put us In a io-
p aw free libraries.

rw Tork its as lively as pictured,It
of 5f )4#canned pictures'
vWp of a S~undtay night for il

has pulle-d out of the Pcnn-
Smatortal race In favor of


STRINGENT BANKING LA S.

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Actnksd o~e.r with the tielae o 8Ulnr-
I te d .it of ank. lis salary to be>.
$nIi 1 nar and be pIrmt have had

.cth ibak e ry year.
Pblic4it for 1bak o.. cal who hot
rw funds of tht' inltitution with
A which they are connected
Two-thirds of the directors must a:
rove such loan and the sankierintn e D -
int may veto the loan.
Atin officer to the moth tit tofat mar
loaned.
llank' dlvldted into three classes and
he duties of each clarly dny to bed.
SaPliint for a ank to la permitted to
irvet in cof rtih Insi dution withria

Act to become operative July 1.
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STAf t FAIR NOTC1.


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;,,* li.,t -, < 1.:i "i. Ir. k. .xih ild tc frml .
I "* iil:,t F 1. .tllil it'di a r ldtuab .
I, ie r1.4 on all t ':. r .,.ir,.e.1
4* 1' 4'i'' l t ; :It r\' 1.**ri I,Mt'1
I t,'r ~. i i ,, ticn t I'l hri-i S iti
I i r wll is lt ** r (G ilf *rl r ili
ru. it 4i44 n 7t -i i i n olaiiit r% b

:1 **' ;a '.' -
Th,' tvek, l,,-ititIful .lh\r cup-
'ff r.,4 i S' ti!; t St.ite f'alr iiaiiat,:'nia e o i
r" ir the- \% i'n1e! r. inl tIh, hl:th t-, hoel nathi
i i coiintCo ts aiit tii fair have lIxt
r- -ild- ar,4 l u ati afitrtl( mcl much at
S i : I r ull ,:f.,ort ila t!'i i reg;air4!
!' t is cmit' -st ni;y lbe obtained b.'
: -i:g T"- :-ur.r r \. '(. lKroreiln
i'.it. Fair. TiTi.;'. w ho has charge ol
,I, l,,;it'.ir, f tll. fair.

T. ** II!:IatI:., ninclt of the n ext Statt
Falr i. offeriUg special Induceiment.
(or ext ibilts of trie products of th'
ne'gro.. s of Florida. At the resent
Marion Countv Fair. at Ocala. the ne-
gro exhibit was a notably attractive
one and brought forth much favorable
comment from Florldlans and visitors
frum other States. The management
will set aside a special space In the
main exhibit building for the negro
-xhibit and has enlisted this efort to
encourage the negroes of Florida to
make a good showing for themselves.

It is a significant fact that while a
lspedy coi.virtion was obtained of the
labor lead ti for alleged violation of
the law. no conviction of millionaires
Sho, in their business have syste-
ritltrally and frequently practiced tl-
IeHal methods. has yet been secured.
This fact. combined with the vexa-


* wat are mere brains as op- LESS FREE SEED. tious technicalities with which our
'p mrdy cash. ---law are burdened, and of which rich
S ---- -- Ad .it, ,rou \W\'ai.l'inttn stnte, that culprit. have hitherto been clIle to
to ot a large man physically. S,,nat,r Sorghum anl Congre-sman take advantage and escape punbih-
P Nnasylv:.uia I.,gi-.!ature will Corn'a.sel. and other '8lns frowu tih nmtent. points to an Injustice that should
aarl job in fluding a S.inat,. bucolic dl.trits., are up ili arms he at- once be rtmnwlied. The only way to
to ill his shoes. ,.a, ..,. f thi rt duc tinll that has bI-n remove discontent Is to have just laws.
--- ----- :;,;. i I *4:< !;.t fr-.. *. i..-. *c and make them apply Impartially to
way cau. s criy.." -, s .. d r it .1 lt.ir con t tu all classes
IN a va egetaria i"p r..>.l;al I it i z^ y .. .^ ,r. ati.'z:
OWtne .~ the rohbr. u thf e '. m .*-l '-t tali a.le ru.nt... ~tIh't there ,-omnethlng which only a
the ;'at Tru..t. ',ii igr,.i i .n for inilpr. iAig the do want ad. can do for you today?
-ra ilotlivk a t.:oh i ria d tioni i upo r -
Sthe otht.r natis hadn't t iote.rs d the loss of ecni a lr- CLEANLY WOMAN.
| ti l ng lIke a M o o\ ,rn.tl t Iiln ,i ,nf i,, o.. ,i i t- :t. i ,it.. "j vitl
for a loug tlil, lt!;. y were .i',i,, *.
it recognize. twhe l.n thv'y did Erar ll ,, !1i-I tit t h t i. h ,prIev (f (of -,, s. ...
e, alp That .he Care(' lthMdrlr,
',--- A l hi :.. 'n ,:i hn ran "*rrn,.*.;.q Idea
,.m 11 il h b \. o;l le e a Mr -
L aot too lae to akt iand keep ,, ... -. .... : r -"
I IM olution.- l if N, w Y ( i. i. t v '
tA CO e H il ngoi < 44..0thi ., t... l ,r
Ml lls .eas.u ii.il, l-.,. istji good r,a- ri- I i,1 :, ,i (l. .., T h,.w < ;t : ,* e .c
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PENETRATES the Port. loosens the Fibrem Tigas -
ates a free airulati of thea Blod, sig tg mir M-
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CURED OF PARALYSIS
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Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gruiq, Oalrde Seed sag Fert~llui.
GOMT" ISID QUAR9 A u"WI AM Mlr
IgHWAW maI'kt Pub, paid farCh~sima, 8W. auiMs.Pubis

A campb stock 0 Hay. Cam o"as an% USA e go
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy Fairield and lo-
cal points South.................... 1lI0
Returning, arrive Gaineville .................4:
Leave Gainevville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pni
Returning, arri.'e Gainenville ................. 9:


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VN ADVERTISING-NO. 5

Alexander Untied
the Knot
st -It I, lam
y Hlrbert KasUBam
"lu,-A th Great was being shown the Gordian
a It ,r't be untid,' they told him; "every
Ib 4ed to do it fM doawn."
S.m-r was ,,not diouraged because the
Sm d. IHe simply reaized that he would
l at It i a different way. And instead of
iLM wi hs fters he drew his sword and

i 7 ar-t b inesbgeneral is shown some
l 1 p-lll too much for his cr-ptitors,
bm-f be fids a way to cut it. The
bo long s thee is a brother mer
.1 t wte time trying to accomplish
takns loWM from the failures
iil oid the methods which were their

p iefnms in tnde are




ti o1ok to be untied by fam

Sov ad
Sthat they can't be
oc' ocn eth Ieokot
M y ca't cutkthe mkno


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6* b resd 0 orne M peC
oew giants every year and
fu' f w every hour. Publicity is
'il of pwrfu store and. the only
j air nt a weak one. The re-
Slis entry into advertising must pay
d Us epoerstination by facing more giant
i a wy-moth of opportunity slips by.
l adiflyas a ose purchaser and as a clever
4t-lrt O fior ahang so long as other men are
Spoe and wear the sword of publicity to
SThey a a h to tie your business intoconstantly
awhile you cannot retaliate hec-use t hre is
h which their advertising cannot cut for them.
Yertrdy you lost a customer-today they took
they'll get another. You cannot co.e
thir O petition because you haven't the weapon
which to oPpoe it. You can't untie yoir G< .r. i '
tb ae it caa't be untied-you've got to cut it.
YOu ast become an advertiser or yo u mu-t pIay
pily of i-ompetence.
You It only require the newspaper to tiI:i'ht fr a
m Ibheful tomorrow, but to keep d2ay's t:u.iunl
Seeing hopeleu. *
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"Tatl Which Is Worth Having Is


Wrth Advertising For"


t h ld adaU tht twht is worth having is wo th ask-
Ig h still true-tr sof the more intricate life of today.
TWthin yM s wrat-whether it is a used piano or a
k-, whetr it it a rudy.aads business or a lost pocket.
lhuh-s Atbld re aiy through advertising, and with
H4 ly, w ot at all, throou other means.


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PIANO


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, 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.. .


$3,550.00


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


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Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piaino there will be isuiled by The lush k& SaffTord I'iano (Co..
on a new $41)0 Howard Piano, eighteen Traiinferablle Ihi Hills, same to Le uscl
as a fir-t or initial paynict oim a iiew Howard Piano. Tlu-c due hill wil Lb
give:, in tlhis votiJ.g co.iitt-t a follows, to persons rei.-ling in A.lahula Cl ,t" :
To the first six receiving the next to the highest vote, a due bil for each for.......$200.00
To the cccrd sVx receiver. the next highest vote, a doe hill for each for ....... S175.10
To the next six icceivirg the next highest vote, a dee ill for each for .... .$150.00
Tl'ee diue 1 I!!i- inv I me iic,! lby tl e winnr- .r ,. I, -ir i.c sposel f to aniyoiw'
for any value they mny .-et tit. and will hIe world tl tir fice vtaluit.1 upon t!ict pur-
chase of o)ie of the.e ixt'w lpiaiIo-.
In tlie tet.vent of a tic fr anty prize oif rcl, a prizt -ii eir iij all r,-pI c tl;t-r,-


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v will -givein eici of tho-k. ticiiig.


How and Where to Get

Votes -- 7--- -:
The halom-ing mtn-crclimits %will give 011'.~c volt'
for e% er cts t a iiiwt) tii :lr -1:el0lih i,-ttitt- firr
0oodm bhich they h:vtdlle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
133 bwf)\ c..II v IIIbe found In the etabit.*
DieLtr A Ii ni.*rchvanttbgk lhige vOueim aiid at Th.
sun office. % O let L% iezal neubt bf.e. u-d
to t 'he V'otieeg C(o tk!.i It ic:irtmi tit of Thu S ii,
Galtieb\llle. Florida.r


Rules and Regulations
1. The coiitcn tests opeln to anyone H1 119In
A lattitiat couii I 'Ahu is ktifm'A joy 'til. ( 14 I
( I 114-. ctmtt-q (;i- % ou., I it A ',)r b ~i'tc!:
21. No emiiliii *.-oiititact .*lor ro-Liti' .. f the' Ir'-
prieeemi- '; ill* t't, -i.h i.. 'I a- .uz* 4 .!1. ti
i the v\ vtit of a ni!,under~t~iidi' i t' 11
~~aj iI ditt. o rs Iatt~.s n'hi .i.
stii'h ctiiiotro. Lr- 11.ty b r. rfo. ii J to Lit. t-a-
r,,ii o,r~cf %%:t -. ho A.ieii. are t. Ih r' t *
4Iu:il;li. it) rtoi.'!tvr dvtej..on-.
4. Ilithe'e' 'let a calnlcdlate dt-cidf i' toit h.
draw I rtru the raet'. (uc(h caididdate %%i'l l lootI,,
a low .l l to Ir:wi: t r \ 4)r s to the c-r''e I *1 ai,)t
( AtIditild le Il t04.' (1 elli .


THICE DAILY" SUTN
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$1.25--Tree months' uscripticn ... ............... 400 votts 500 vot,-
$2.50-Six me'nth' subscription ....................... 1.000 votes 1.200 votes
$5.00-On- year's subscription .................... 3,000 votes 3,500 voles
For a club f five one-year suLbcr:ptiu..s (beffjr April 1, 1909).25,000 votes 30,000 v tes
For a club of tte six-mouths' subscr ptios; (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30,000 votes
T HE! i- 11 liit tE 11 iiinEl THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.00- Oue year's subscriptio. ........ .
For a club of five ne.ear ubcriptions ..... . ,
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distributing votes is urdesired by


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lIfE 'AIl.Y st N: (UINI*W1IC, YLORIDA,JAN'UARY 8. 1909P


ACT QUICKLY.

Delay Has Seen Cangerous in Gaines*


DHk tteu. 9. WIALo,


Io the rlh cit thlii at ':I r!.clt ti .,
Act quickly it t!.- of ., i r
|l;a k;ch, 1n kii':i< (.,l ik:, r
It ,;all'f r i!n Pi:S 1 :i t Ipi,.( U
:( ,.: i.ll d 11i t .* i.., k 1, .... r,, :' k id-
tir v ill-
I I'le it f 'Tr .(r t o ri ni-
1 Mrs. A. Ii. l - E. l.;l. l.t ?r9e t. :;;1;rt -% il Fin
-n. :: "I fo'el t :it fr.r i Pler-onal .x.
'.rience and froi. th, **' li;rite of
e 'i ral i o mly fri. uid.- ho li.le uied
Itmln N Kidney 'r IIl. I ;;caI .-'
then very highly. Ainy pe-r: on tu.Ier-
Ing from backache. beadach't. I. l|.
necrousness or any of th' othnr
syntuoms &rising from disordered kid-
neys will make no mistake In pro-
curing Doan's Kidney Pills at J. 8.
Ilodford & Co's. and giving them a
triaL They always act quickly, cause
no inconvenience, and do all that Is
chalned for them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milbura Co.. Buffalo
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the me--Doan's--ead
take no other.

Brigham knows as weD as I what I am
dolg and sometime a great deal bet-
ter "
lo leaving myr addle od bridle with
the *nguuI we rude to e wnldward
of the buff.loes. as uoual. ad whbe
within a few hundred jtard o them
st *:.' ,<:', ;L(o the berd I soon had
thirteen laid out on the ground the
last one of wkhih I had drives down
close to tte wagon, where the ladles
were. It frighteund some of the tender
creature to wee a buffalo comla
at full spied directly toward them.
but hbeu be bad gt within afty yards
of cue of tbe wagons I had shot him
denad L hil trucks. Thb made my
sixtyv-inth Iuffalo and anLu led my
thirel nd l".t run. Comstock haring
killed f.rty-sizx. .
As It was now late In the afternoon.
Cotut lk inidl his backers Igav up the
ilea that be (uild beat wie, and there
upon the referees declared me the wlu
nor rf the antch as well as the cham-
pion bu'ra!o banter of the planes.




If you will take Foley's Orino Laza-
tive until the bowels become regular
you will not have to take puratlvgs
constantly, as Foley's Ortno laxative
i (, ltlv,'v cures chronic constipation
and plugXlish liver. Pleasant to take.
J. W. cCollmm & Co.
The Ce t e* the twr
Why does a man stated ear the
neck of a born travel tater tha -S
seated near hi tall PFor It haba he
proved l rery strkllng fadak tat
he does. Bat wtia The reason i
really very simple, and yet when little
Tcd Sioane. the jockey. came forward
with practical proof nobody seemed to
be able to explain t. A borse to more
forward at all must thrust at their ert
aLil the chief force of ths forward
thrust comes from his bhd le. It
the chief welbt s Just over or close
to the thrusting power. naturally It d
mluisbhe Its eOleacy; la tead of
tbrustlnl the horse forward a portion
of It i wasted In liftln tle weight of
the jockey at every stride. Strand
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Bignatur 1fS

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bilness than all other b>rokv'rs coB-
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S&sti db36. Lass of Fliurida, I give I*
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of I t ite1 10C4Ly '.' yIl I Ie ,
v. ,Ali rtir eAt Aigel) 1 t '. a '44111. 1'"Or.
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8 THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE, FL)RIDA, JANIAR Y I. 191I9


SWSOF CITY AND .1"'.,1-I' .' ,," ---

COUNTY CONDENSED THE. : .. THF nil
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SLATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST
I*CURgoD Y SUN REPORTERS.

S hat Has Happened and What Is Go-
ing to Happen-Personal and
Social Items of the City.


Get a meal tickt at Rutherford's
gestauran t.
Special attention liild to ladies'
tade at Ruthtrford's Restaurant.
Smoke "Made in Galine-ville" cigirs.
aO safe at Moselvevy and at O'Neilll'
You are nmitiing a lot If you are not
Visiting the Electric Theatre theMs

D. L. Palmer of Duke wa- among
S out-of-town visitors to the city
fmrsday.
S m Leonard of Ocala, after a short
ykilt here. departed yesterday fur
Mihb Springs.
Marcus Endel. who has been In the
dty all the week. retnrnied to his
Jcksonville home yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
eare chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
rice 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Mrs. Chas W. de Martine left yve,-
trday for N'ws Y0,rk, here she will
absent for their n.xt several days.
William and EdIard IA' lu. two rcep-
rwsentatilet ila;it-rs of Alachua. were
among thel i.-ittors to thn city yes-
terday'.
C. E. M 'Itl' i of .1(.i :i ;,. 1:, ini
the cit y).t, rl:a t it iiut lii from
Jackson ill h. !w !iir I lihaJ Il n t 1 ::
basilntes.
J. W M intio-i f I: :1 -\ ill. 1a
naval t.), .. t t .. !r f ihat
plact. s,.: iII the. ( %t ., e. !a.a *Iai-.
acting bI.s: ..-.s
C. E. Rog, i l l., \i,!, (as it,


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Typcwvriter ril in fur sale at tl!i:
aCce. Th.e I,.- t in Ihe, mnaket. Only
event -fl. ct t,- All color. and for
I on all .sta~.lard machines.
J. 8 Fl. her iof Otter Crek Ilnemn-
ber of thl' t ia;al : tores firm of Fi.J..'r
& Co., %wa. IIn the city yesterday look
Ing after sone I'ut iltieS matters.
R. I). Medlin left y.v-tcrday for Ocala
and Lakeland. where he goes' on Ihui-
aess conln(lt' d with his contract for
wood with the Atlantic Coait Lln,.
Thos. L C(I:arke of Louivill.-. K. .
has arrlvid'in the <(it.a and is l.ting
the family of J ( Elans Hi will rev
Iain in theI city for thle lrkxt fte
Week.-.
G..M 1) I IstoW.r ard wifte returned
to the.' where th. torni,-r lha- t'.l iin for thli'
pabt s( \tial '-ek- l', i1. r ;if rt hi-
lItere.ts, in tit s ct i(ti.
T P .,**nii,- of I I 'ri, n., i ninlg-.
Mardsoodl (', l-t \. tl.la.\ for Or-
Ilando .ii.d tl!, r i.,itt- In ltli .sout'i
eril I.parI-T : (1:. SI. r -1hn .l i- he -1!l1
In tli. iht le I Af the. i c nil ; ill
G. II Ginil,,ie. o! ; Art li< r t as' nl the-
tIly .* I i.In |ie' w%.i- e'a i' ,r t'I to4
Ala-chtiu:. h, iriL h, lie ion ln-u in. -
co nellte( iI w l Ii :t. I-'.arii i I -" I ui.oi. I
Of l.it h l e' ; i ,, 'ie i., n il r


4
IX TEN I'S ( MOM LI.-

MENTS OF I'l E SEAS )N

To ITS MANY FIEIN1)S

AND CUSTOMERSS : : :


T. W. ais of sre anct


Cht A. Fr tlh, C


The red automobile e again in con-
mission. Remembetr It.
Cedar Key oyster, dav and night.
at Rutherford*' Restaurant.
R. W. Davis of Ocala was transact-
ing Ibusinesb in tle orUnlvrrltye city yes-
tt rday.
L. N. Pearce of Neberrry was-
among the Wert End people visiting
the city ThurbdJy.
Tonight and ::: oiorrco. Tinglt you
should take in tlt/fi*e pictures at the
Elh.tric Th ttr.. Only tin tcuts.
Pure apile cider delivered to any
part of the city f br one dollar iwr
gallon. N. Francisico. Phone 223.
Afrt riiwon li-iforilatccs at :3'1.
iilIl!t' n t 7: "* c'rlcck. Ten cunth.
SpN'?tidmil ving jta ji. iturt-. at Electric

Thtre inill hr a salt of st-conifli:h' inl
lhthiii.- aI thn o!d Library building
.41 .. Lola I. 1 i. *I I'i.. O 4 iA t *... 3. I .


i 1 r. 't,I. irm in :* a. i to % p. Im .
.1Mrt. T. A (arrnll f .icr.-on silh
i- i t,. it.. a gatu..-.t of .\1r-. )r. Mc-
V\! :1..n Slit liai. ii.;anyli frit nds here
A. t,. ii t A' l.a .: l ad to i t, h,)i,' hetr.
There is nothing oure rtlreshlug
than a glaze of Lure. ajile c.':.r.
sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol
lar per gallon. N. Fraut i:.co
Phone ..3.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan of Ocala. who
' is been in the city for the past stev-
ral days vi-ting Mro. John Shea. re'
rnied to her hoiie )etterday. Silt
as a(co -r. Dixie
AMis Jewell Ke'uno-lr(ew of Athelin'-
a.. who has b.-vn in the city for their
:tt two ''-k iisitingf her niotlri
nd othcir rclat'aii,.: re turn d to lh.ii
l;itt .*?i rdl:i. to r.e- lll Iiei ditie.-
t.;i(c tn r in l ii. scli. h,,i. tIhe r
\\ J Epl,'r-',: a naval stores pro-
!iccer aand Ilirchant who operates'
.ia r Itroni a i. w n Is I th. ( ity yest-r
.) e I 1.' ll., otf the ohld .-t btliia -'r,
.i'ln of that o- (tion. h.1vi1K 0-t'1 in
,ai-. ll-th re- rac(titally hit.- life -iine
If you want to become the proud
,po, t.e.ur ot a hoLul. by paying month.
)ly inst..iu 2L :s in amounts Less
Than It'nt. you can do it. Consult
It. II. Col-n and be. c onllmlnd. Cal]
or write to ie,. 114 Webt Main Street
(aitr, ic vl!e Fla.


THI' B S ( 'l't N NSIT .l> T) e Ar F JAN. 168, l'n

Bush & Safford ----The Ganesvlle Sun- ---


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il
k A .Ost'ln lof lilga Spcrni wa L a- aln.
in thet tily .1'-t rd -i. ni. .ii coin I t'o'' -
.0e roi
.1 i V for sthi' puri o.,' of i ing i ut hi i l e{i'al l-t
i'1on 1 Ili health i. hett .r than for i I'rnitur
'.ars and hen Is viiltd t- : ge't algout vrllraF Ut
I, t'E-r thnn forni rlI y.uA i,
Mis.'-. Isla Eddins and Ralplila WJI- Total.
I 11 if (;:inil ill'le spe t Tl iie.day In I-
the city as the guests of iMr. A. t Coauty oft
Htarer. They were en route to E.
Staunton. Va., where they attend Mary tle above
ialdwin Scthool -Times-Union. PI
Mi!.,s Mamile Evans of Louislalle ist
in the city visiting hei parents and C rr ct-A
other members of the family. This
is her first visit here In quite a while
and her numerous acquaintances in
the city were glad to again meet her.
A Happy New Year to all patrons I
of the Brown House. Resolve to save *
your good wife the worry of superin-
tending the pr(taraUton of a Sunday
dinner; we will serve you an excellent
on, for less mouey. The Brown

T'r. N, '"nt r' orf ~MIeftvln' v'P .
among the viitrtors the city yester-
day. lie states that the people of that
.-.ction are all active and prospeccts
are good for the farmers reetving
o(4d Iprices for the fancy truck they each laIer
ire .-hiilpping. ment taken to
W T. MclIAendon of Alachua. the. words make a
.i ,l>n grower of that section. was
r< r% .s terday looking after somevery word o0
,u:-i.t-s natit rs. lie will plant a an additional
,irge, aucrarar of onitlotii this year and must accompa
xle'( h*.n., as h-e sill ship, t.irly.
Johii Carter of Fairtfll'l "as among
he \l.-tor.; to the- city c.-:terday. Hi'
%as formerly conductor on the (;Galnes- IOST-A stri
ill' and Gulf but is now engig d in turn to Cole
ruck farming and has a large acreage ceive resarn
of tg.'tables planted. from which he
op:e.s to realize handsomely. F
It has been quite awhile since the
,and gave one of their opeu-air con- FOR RENT-
-rtsr and as the night* are now all ply 200 L. L
.hat could be desired for this pur-
,ose. it would be well that the band FOR RENT-
boys accommodate the lovers of music ern convenT
%ith another concert at an early date. Seminary st
Sheriff P. Q. Ramsey left yesterday
tor High Springs. Willeford. Clarke A y to i
itid Newtwrry, which places he will Mlyoh Mu
Magnolia st
.i-it and look over the field with a
square.
view to securing competent deputies square.
o act for him at these places. He
axi,,ects to return to the city Satur-
lay. FO SALE C
Mr and Mrs. 8 C. Swords of Iuck- fresh in few
head. Ga. who have been in the city
for the past few days visiting the lat- FOR SALE-I
ter's brother. T Ml. King. of the East Main
Soutilhern Express Co.. departed yes- Apply at Da
te rday for Windsor. where they will -
%i-it hisi family before returning to FOR ALE-J
1.h ;r h.i. writer r. In g


IMo i m Nbsety. Silo o is (.1-i114i1 y-
SIt,. Fa-t 1 irtidma I 'r. hoe- C "ID
i!t h-r por i (a ta t r -it (Ifatae-
ol ~ ~ Tj. %%~'. h~ III al eitettl) azimproit.
I'e H. i- L that -t-4 Wn Is li ruw
a Ii ) c~i %eeIiirit. 14w liii i Hl


I'artlls i ha' j lub iprinit in g ei.t. at
I lit- Suit U01 Vi 41. h 4. 4. j ()ij
- I,- lit h. IWu *h& :.si! 'zI~u Co(til
i-t. t fr t.m&it iii pai d for bu1LA
A Wk 1'ito Iforz.o.t this %hcuin ii Ttt4-
if oii.tI 1 sIo.oi tliI, i' Htae til a-ad-
*i g i1: K l'articularas ra-
_i i..g t!.t- cowlit."t anid %ute for the
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Pi tALe. Iht ULai aicd rtwcatat. that
IrI ld it-11lo and cual)u.,rt tlin
ciLIuC tt L a) kim 'taits


once will let

eORn SALE--
Galnesvlille;
able Interes
cash. Apply


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rTON BANK


,,MNI.VI,.t.E. FLA.
Capital, Fall Paid. $75,000.00
W. P:. T1"1 ,41 I'r -.1.'nt C. W. C'I. -E. 1-4 Vi..-Pow.
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CONDENSED FROM REPORT Fll TUE STAE CTATE M LE
December 1tL 1i|i:


I'-"',4,313 ~?
149. 7o. M(
Baiak. aidtl II~ lc krsA2tI)
le i' .4W iP

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LIABILITIES~
Capital .... .......... 7 0
FnSrpln and Pdo Ia 17,,1 74
Nper4dt .............. mw -
Cashier'e Cbecks .....

Total................sk ,I *


Flo rila,. W
Alachna I
1). Turner, ca.hier of Tle Duttoa Bank. do esomal
statement is true to tlU Lest of J kmowld&w ad hal
riled and sworn to before me this Deserabr islt,
C. F, GOODMAN, soil 1I
Attet: W. R. Thainm, Oro. K. Broome, N. P. Deal


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tioM but no advent
r leo team 10 etosU .
line; no tractloM l Ma.
river ech six coatLUrl
line. CASH ino dvTae
ay all orders for IeI
column.
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ng of gold beads. R
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d. j
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OR RENT.
Flve-room eottae. Ap
4brty strtet.

Purnished room mod-
enes. Apply 1U1 hat
reet.

furnished rooms to rsl.
a. B. F. Dawklau, 6N ,
reet. two blocks from


OR BALL
3ood milch cI ; rll be
days. Applo, lt oflse.

House and lot corner
and Boundary atreta.
Ily Sun ocle.

A good Densmore type
ood thape; If taken at
go for $25. Eli Putch.

Two cottag n South
terns easy at reoas
t If unable to pay all
r at Sun oloo.


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frOR HALE-Corner lot 100x126 feet
o0 West Main St. Lorth and Boua
dary St.. next to Jeff lE driok
'1ill Iell at a bargain and on eas)
terms. Apply at Sun offs.

f Alacbua Camp No. 5.
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%r thtrn co()rdially iel,-envd J MA-
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First National Bank
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