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GAJNESVILLK, FLORRIIA, SATURIPAY. JAN ARY ir9, 19009
TEN CENTS A WEEK
SN ATOR TILLMAN
* *- rai I --
hwlvur Serik (mba Sen.-
^HB~~~ga oB ^*^^^
S o the
Ow e'l las for.
as aws. I
| 01t.i rIepor ihentor
il m d seopmdash which
1i- ml a e a te pter-
e I1o ra roid c I.
a m t =Ie ilar
i peIs AiNm'a ert Im ta
o h ae t to Pars aland.t
PgltTipg- ill ta
6 0t Sl tl leftes alleged to
ALe wlrttm by Sn Stor Till-
I-lowed an-y snack w MurraY
*All so asma -ado M Ria yarA
e Isilettlg te hat idn Inr
ID iMIy FOR Which I
SleaeIn. o eAet er a Oaaerey,
10 00 U tk the or aT im
iW areceetiveed raor
and M se Pull Coafeaseen.
-' agyhseroo, which le
spea Wey.inI l l o
aIgg JAsot Peo Mur aned.
nead hi arrest FMithoutu
11Ii g btIt 0 te thres
to $t t ay or .e he-
rYJa4 sereptich was
1000 o Wi ataten b fySeator T11
V. agLs lea. a ampa whin o
Same a IsAeretee a the pr .
OWmo baFlaelC to prosioente
BA$. As Afeee fo teCo
et er i m eof tUe laad compa.
ler weu be bemelted through the
.r m ---pes obtaiaI g possesson
o1 tho prta it questio. After re.
esvM this Wlfoemation It is said
Predsat Roosevelt directed a secret
service oerative to tvestigate the
art uSeato Tulanm was alleged to
have the ad cau
The report set to the Senate is
Ir~tood to contaln a- account of
tl tavestgatlo made of Senator
Tomana. It tIe how that the secret
service prepared photographic copies
SS -ator Tillma's correspondence.
but whether these exhibits were sent
to lemater Hale is not known.
Senator Tillman was not aware of
the act that his name figured In the
reports until late today. He then took
palm to assure himself that the re-
portsa oataining the mention of him-
self were well founded, but he re-
fused to comment upon the fact fur-
ther than to ay that he would not
Mak any statement until the fact of
the se of his name had been oficial-
ly proualgated, when he would ad-
dres himself to the subject from his
at la the Senate. It is known, how-
ever. that Mr. TIumn regards the
meaBo of his same as an attack
p himself by the President, and
Ie ias indicated to friends that he
will mot mnce matters il his reply.
He als had declared to those with
whom he conversed that he would
welcome the opportunity to express
ha views and explain the situation.
It 1b probable Mr. Tillman \.ill be
heard on Monday next.
O February 19. 1908. Senator Till-
man rose in the Senate to a q:.I-tii.
of personal privilege and said that his
attention had been called to a scheme
of swindling in which his name had
been used rather unpleasantly and
without the slightest warrant. Their
Senator held in hli bhm.d a i::t..:..
headed "How to make $5.000 out of
This circular called attention to c.r-
tain land grants in Oregon and to the
activity of Senator Tilllan ini hab-
Ing the Senate Investigate them. It
stated that "Senator Tillman tak-.s
eleven quarters." and that the law
suits to be instituted in order to re-
cover these lands were promlsed to
be pressed with great vigor. becauare
Senator Tillman was behind th
Conmenting upon this situation. lSui-
ator Tillman at that time said:
"As a matter of fact. I hat~\e nIt
bought any latids anywhere In the
West. nor undertaken to buy any. I
have made sone inquiries, an one
naturally would in roaming through
the West. I flmply want the Ipeoleh
of the country to Lb put on l otice-
that this swindl.r at POrtlaiid hak
no warrant whattever fur tenidiu\orinig
to intelKle, others inito hia MIIII -
bainkr, arrlhod h-ire fi 1 M ... ti,
IllOrt' than two e U ttkr a.lc tI' i 'i,11
all Insehtiatlg ilu Uof the I orKger ul
found i hl t l'refidi lt 'aliimui I llt i iL
*ha of (h lit I'loita $mIig ia Iaink. of
this ) held fuir hutt dli a n oii i
the K Lana. ('i)' l lank in lII-,.tl.la
fa or. and pul p' rtl.ity lu be' si llt d
b>) Murrf ) theil I(ut-a totillillg
Murra) at once iroouauinc'd (tirts.
uotre forgerhea lir iare- nted the-
matter to tilhe ditlritI alttori.). and a
warrant for lathe trrs, t of bitaior saa
launor aurrendeti re.l anid Itzl*a-, ii full
couufes iu li. ralh.ls dle.tl rd that
Lllaur has not Iouflie-d a dollai tI,
the forcgrt le
N you have found anythla see if
In the Wast retu
n"t NtOsID RO EIGHT NIGHT RIDERS
IS NOW ROASTED:
Special Hose Cmmttee'
Gets Back at aim.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-Having
given consideration to the Preident's
further views regarding the secret
service. contained In his b message to
the House of Representatives laIst
Monday, the special committee ap-
pointed to deal with the subject today
brought in Its final report.
Accompanying It was resolution
which declared it to be the sense of
the House that It shall decline to con-
alder any communication from any
source which la not respectful. recom-
mending that the objectionable Ipor-
tion of the Pre-ldent'd annual mes-
sage be laid on the table. ard ihat
similar action be take with respect
to the message of lNt' Mondly. be-
cause of Its being "unreo'pon.ive to
the Inquiry of the housc" as to what
the President nn-ant when ihe said. re.
herring to the limitation placed upon
the field of operations of the secret
service, and that "the chief ar4ut-
ment In favor of the provision wa--
that CongreFssmen did not thlu.-selve-s
wish to be inveFtigated."
When Chairman l'erkitns of NXw
York, of the spe,(ial co;i,:iltter,. nro.-e.
to make his report he f;ced alino. t
the full membership. while the gal-
lerlei were packed with int,-ret.-ed
spectators. Representat ies Tawney
and Smith (lowa). Sherley and Fitz-
gerald were Uthe floor prepared by
word of motn!' to .-lj t what they
deemed tn b.e insl;:I:iit:' of the Pres-
Ideut upon the :; a.A ;:.1, l, rA of this
Committee ona Rl, roirt..ihone. They
were not alone l. t..eir nli:. 'iota.
Indeed, for some time pa-t the f e.'ng
of members had been gr.wi'i ', *,
and more Intense, and some of t1! :n
nave ue n
ments in I
f'd to the
FOUND GUILTY MURDER
Six of the Otlaws Wll Be Hnged and Two WI
Serve 20 Years Each.
UNION CITY. Tenn., Jan. 8.-With
aderdlct of guilty In various degrees.
the jury in the night rider trials re-
The twelve men fund Garrett John-
son, Tid Hurton. Roy Ransom. Fred
Pinion. Arthur Cloar and Sam Apple-
white guilty of murder In the first de-
gree. with mitigating circumstances.
and Bud Morris and lRob Huffman.
the cthekr defendants guilty of mur-
der In the second degree and fixed
their punishment at twe.nay years in
the ;. iiltes.ti:iry.
The puiihiienit of the six first nam-
ed de tei.danl. ;,.;:s le'ft (, the(- court
tnd in.i: be it ;.th or lIf' iilarion--
ml ntl. The (;* f -:.M- filed a motion for
a lnew trial whichli w .s : t fIr Ihearin:
Saturday. ::.-.d whih will be ov, r
ruled, as i:.di i 1ted 1y !ic court %whi n
s.'nt-nece ll be lronoiunccl. 'The
court will seiitntcine thi- s ix first in.ia;t J
detfeidait,- to (':ath
The jury had been (out. but becau e
f tie illne of Juror i(to,-o ihuwl
tnot h. ein all to comiult for four
ho'iro. Thfre was a difference of
opinion anmng the jurors aA to the
d'gre of the ge':.t of the dreflendt.;!t .
but an agie rin:t as rreahed quickly.
Court wa convened. and the J'r;:
sent word that it would be able to re-
port shortly. The room was crowded
as It was during the argument. The-
minutes Ipussd and at 8:1: .'p. m.. the.
bailiff called for the, county physician
Juror Rosson was in a state rf
collapse and needed attention. It
was half an hour before lRoson o a*
giving away to intir t eni'I- revrieu. i ne jury nieu ui ainu s I
language which fully te'-ti- deputies were stummnonledi to carry in
Ir wounded pride. the bed upon which the bick juror
ON'S If D The foreman aiinounc',l t1'e verdict
Ll D The defense called for a poll. which
S7 was made. anid the( judget di illi-:.ed
BEAT ITO JL.EiY j the Jurors. HRosson's co(,tditi'),n it
such that it was, dcleemed inad\ i.-aLle
to move him. The- defense' dem-and
ROBERT FRAlIE AV. A S '-"IM TO
STAY AAAV %'F?'.'? ';-, nOME.
Patterson Has Policeman Owens to
Take Charge of Frasier, Who
Will Be Tried Monday.
John Patterson is now w 'aritig a
bIadaK d he.ad u- a result of a -..re-re
drubbing a'leh w;i. adninil- t retd eto
him on Thurm.ld.ta) e iilg l.y Ltobtl.rt
FraIltr, w lho hail re .-'at<-dl around
lhim not to lisit his pl ee -
It we-eius that I'a.r t and rl hi wife -
had separated ald ithe wuife uai emi c
ploted by 'raziler to do his cooking
PlatterbOun on Thurrd.ai tilled up oni
",ixoze, nlld wi. it a cit"llsd le the-
ilu a n't mil LoughtI )i il t int ri a iti
hl, a wif. w' ihn Fr:at/ir aiepe ;tared i on
th,' :' le* i- w lthi a I ; e-', I k ii .el A| ,I t l
c-J 1 llll i a Ii.la I 11i l l .t II :,i I .,I
'eatl re nibl ;t a u a:t lv. ii 'i
tihr, iu lh a I.aI- i II111
Flra l.'Tr (cllii.- M t at l:tt, t- r i. li
bsen li tol llin K Ulculliti I' lli I.tl. II ott :
ble e. r .ice L,. hirIr d tl!, u iie .; lU
and he had olt n .a ke'd Itha.l I 'llt'
4n01 I'l, a av r.l. lat h!e i l.-'- lout
% i 1 14 Illl, he 4"N' lld K l 1 l ,1<1 of
thirk, he v wtiuld (c iti, -arouinl lo ok
Ing Itor trioubl.
Tb' ir trouble. a ill II w aired to-
gethlr r in iaaoro emuit Mliuda))
Parties haLstig job printing done at
The Su1 office are rltitled to one
tote' in the lush & Saiffurd Plana, Cot'l
t.- ft or eael c* ut paid for such
*work lku't forget this ahen lu need
of printed stationery Read the ad-
vertlaemon t giving particulars re-
gariag the contet and vote for the
I~n A3 Y ~ Y 1
MRS. WHEELER'S FUNERAL.
Services Will Be Private at the Miller
Home This Afternoon.
The fune-ral wserlice of the late Mrs.
\W It. W\\heler will oI occur at thet re-I-
eiint'c of I' Mill,.r tlii afternoon at
3: o'cl ,ock. the se ic',e ,.-Int' Irt .it-
aid l(I r thl it timnh ii tti f-ta 'llv onil
Trhe- r\l tes will c', <'cl4l' t-ted -1%
I'-%. F" If ('r tigbill of ti K::,i-( iptl
church and lthe r tlilmus ill bl' -hip-
lw-d tu Wo '-!lill-ngftl city., here winter
ti.e it % ill I iu lel- be .:- lie ih.r h im
handi wihic ptie< (lcd her il; aI fIe'w
('aat iHarry ( and William I)
W\\'he. l.r will a('cco'iip:ius> tl(' remalln.-
to Wa b li.ioll
l i e of \s r1 1r I l < 1 1 1. *,1 :
SIlt \Ir .i I I. It ,, i I -
cite Hole tilu i -1 i 1 ar .-
I dl tI ie I cr r. LtiS .-a I I Ie (IeCOii
irta ini pm% r anit r % i e .U nt ellu
illin*-r w% h tr\% Al
'i lb- bIride-. ie-s on1 of WaldoN' mosti
-.aiItil Iftl OII t I .- i I d rt whilc. s e i thel
igruilt. Ii t one- of tour brig hte-tl )toung
mlien. t. iiiK elingaged ult rea'vs- It l
th, S. uI i iih l1:Aire :a.- (.lComi sLi
Iltih brid. aned groin art s er)>
) oUlig and the-ir mail) fri,.teid'a iabh
fur that.Ui muuch happillcebs aui! liaspeak
for them a bright aud prouit-louuB fu
ture -Waldo News
ed until Monday to move for a new
trial, but the State opposed and the
court fixed Saturday as the day. Inti-
mating that the motion was a mere
form anyway, which would be over.
The defendants took the verdict
with calmness. as they had been ex.
IetinKg It since the closing of the
arguments. Attorney Pierce turned
to them when it was announced and
.said: "We will tear this case to
pieces in the supretrie. court."
The State expected a verdict of first
degree inmrd r in all eight cases and
wa.s visilbly di-aplpoluted. Iob Huff-
m;an. (olie of the- ien to escape with
tweity years. is the, man who. ac-
cordiin to conftes.-,lon of Frank Febrin-
,- r. fl.- d (th', shot which killl'd Capt.
ian.i!ik:n as he was being drawn up by
\\;etl the; Jury'.- readiine.ss to report
;is .irn(eo (cred the niilitairy quietly
,urr.'.:ud d I!:'t ci.urt hl'u:.e nnd a de-
tail of soldi.-r- withVWvolver holsters
(i)j n v.a. dep!oyed around the walls
of the court room;i, but aside- from a
,vhi,-i red luzz of conversation there
A is no delt;noi .tration. The prisoners
w,,r., quickly han.iiuffed :and under
:;llt.ary ev,-.ort we'are taken to pritso
TheI verdict is considered a compro-
nml.-e one and no trouble is feared by
Thus is ended. in the lower court.
one of the most A igoroubly contested
;and notable criminal trials ever heard
in this State. the. outconie of a reign
of lawle .:alness. the culminating act of
v.hich beiing that of which the mea
-wre, found guilty. calling forth the
nIilitia of the State. under the i*era-
:al dir,-c.tion of (;o. I'ai t.rson. to the
Haid of *he rci\l athorifie' In the' fer-
r.f ll ciLt and tI'tL-n into cu'ody of
those who were v charged with the coo-
Inish on of the crinm the so-called
"Nig;!t Rider Clan" of Reel Foot
BEXLEY AND OSTEEN
WILL ASK FOR BAIL
ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANTS
HAVE TAKEN PROPER STPP.
V: .'1s Oi J.
r l '.,. b~c-a g~1 Sc ~'.'
I | -,e. JI1:.-\le.- ai I ,* h:e*
I i t, I, I tt.1
e i Ir li(t i e r lii-? Ic
S i. i .' ( t a rl ,,f .bit et'S
( .rJL ~t- r. ttlidlh l' lt..-for, .l l.', w illis.
t li. .1 N1. ,,i l. i. il:ita., I' lh'h at
Iii f.ta ithi. i.arlli s i al r a- l
TI, l I l(. r i 1 I ll i V rl I. 1 t "
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-I ., "1 i,1 l t a t a l t I e, l
i ?, ';," I, C- 1 i,, i h. -.r :5 '
S i t. i I t i 1
1 I 0 it -
T he, liar igK Ill ,e4 ..ur at tht -'t< i
hIuU.lc li.ri. illtl tle f1 .11.- ('of t
)> tilalg it"e l t, r eo',i llls ,ieii I-r.' l(tiLI
tltei thl ) w'Al; be- gliatt d btall
How log aro w asl t tht your SW91
---or eulterpricm--as merfrl) a P15la
With aggressive advertlaila. bow W i
before yuur plan of that It L Io t
become Is recalled?
If you havoe t or touad utholl
Jo ao t all tokeep W oer f
- _--d- aAil--..i MMM
..-A 'rh- i-.- Al..A 1- ...A -i.
E *m a
3, US heua
i~~th Mot i
be g C,* dIC tkr
ilr d ffo
ad of on
We oBcit your
will make it to
yMr iteret to
by from US
rDs gglr j Cwutd with
SM fr-4iwd sleWould Lou
rwN-&M I Tratnti wer
Fib-MyW lhd llk-Cruut.
BOT CIODREN CURED
1 FAMOUS REMEDIES
"F rMal I hated was
* --Smery hi the Souihweet. and we
164 am ms d b ave
ad ~ t toqawl m.
l. A. tSo ua-
i me% bio e W. the most
modem~ f torturing. die-
d tM sd weslp,
FORM d 0- & ngle snrlnt
MEWS OF ITTAND
The Oalaevlle Natomal Bank has
a d e of advertlaement In today's
-per to whih e the sttetie of the
pUe to called. This your Instl-
t-am mew has a capital sad surplus
Mr. H. Driver of Leesbar passed
through the city yesterday ea route to
her home. She has been spending
e past several day with her hus-
aNd at Archer, where he is In hopes
tat the lgh sand hills will prove
benet-ial to his health.
The aged wife of Jerry Cotton. an
old egro resident, died on Thursday
igdht and was buried yesterday In
the colored cemetery. She was prom-
inent in her set and was a member of
the Methodist Church. In which she-
always took an active Interest.
Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Denham. who
have been visiting in the city for the
past few days, departed yesterday. the
former going to Atlanta. where he will
be joined by his wife later. He.
goes to complete his studies in the
Southern Dental College and will re-
turn in May a full I!edged 1) D. 8.
Attention is directed to the' new ad-
vertlsement of It C. Dlavi & Co.. ho
are State agUKtlita fr thV c!.. hratd
Fay-Sholie ty piw' riter, ozne of th,.
be4bt tnachliues on (Ith nimukct TlIh
firn alo hba a nunlubr of ,-i*ndI za;ul
matlhilne. Parties In Gaii;i. i. 'l ciia
obtaiu itinornmatioi at The Sun ll nit-
relatie to r-etithi ulacthltni.
George Mliu has returned from a
vlsit to Arcadia. whber h. -.iii! II
brother., lurt Mui., ar, joitatl* in
terebted In a fliv- orange annt gra '
fruit gro%*. lie Is wearingK t, "nitle
that does not come off,' h&. -I old
hi* fruit In Novn nbtr in 1L,' Itr..b
for a dollar a lrox i Mailn ~a~,
the grite la now in exct~ell,-,t tiLiA
and be counlratulate1 himu1elf that thhey
diulUoed of heilr fruit at vfteifr ire ttb
than are nowl offered
Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la griplj coughs that may
develop into pneuluotnl over night
are quickly cured by Foule) Iloun
and Tar. The ore and uflamted lungs
ar' healed and strrigthenled, and a
danurous counditlon is tqui-kiy abert-
ed. Take oul) Foley's Huney and Tar
In the yellow paackage J W. M('ul
lem a Co.
It I1 to be rexirtt,,d that the rel
of Salome could inot have been re-
tained and the pictures ihoan inr-n.
as the re are a nunal, r %ho did not
ee it Thuraday night. However. If
the Electric Theatre manner can e-
cure It again. everyone, will be ad-
viecd of t;i furt.
For tonight there aI a grand lot
of pictures and on Monday night the
fdkrth number of the High School
Lyceum Course will be given. The
attraction ll be Dr. Jas. Hedly, a
lecturer of great note and many ,ears
experience. The moving pictures will
be shown as usual and the entertain.
meat will be one you can not afford
I ** *
The Lyeoum Course.
In speaking of Dr. James Hedley.
who will appear at the Electric Thea-
tre Monday In connection with the
High School Lyceum Course. Prof.
A. W. Taylor of Des Molna. I. says:'
"The frat entertainment of the Uni-
versity Lecture Course was given by
Dr. James Hedley In his wonderful
lecture. 'Sunny Side of Life.' Twelve
hundred people were waiting expect-
antly when this wonderful lyceum
star appeared. Power, humor, pathos.
satire, all the varied gifts of the lec-
turer, were brought Into play. and the
generous applause told how well the
people enjoyed It He has given the
course an impetus, and will make it
an easy matter to sell seats for the
The Four Pickerts and Company
will return to The New laird Thea-
tre Monday night for a three-night.s'
engagement. presenting as the flrst
bill the thrilling drama. "The Night
In speaking of their recent vlit to
Lynthburg. Va., The Advertiser bays:
"The Pickert Stock Company com-
menced a week's engagement at the
Academy last night, playing at popu-
lar prices, before an audience that
packed the they're t: its utmost ca-
"The ompning bill was the four-act
drama. entitled. 'The Night rIiders.'
which r'-:ved far above the usual
start;ard of repertoire shows. and 'net
with the hearty approval of the lai ge
"The company also proved to ,be, f'r
better than the com.'anles usu.ua'
seen here at popular Ilices. a:'d .;
clal praise is due Miss Blanc!h.- P!,"
ert. who al part d in t:.e leh i
female role. She Is net only a ,' r
younc actrt e. but s1 clIso a v. rv I ;a
ty y),untg Iny. In Ktuimnstig ip. it i ty
be s!aI that the Pickert C,"ni a is
easily the be't repIert'ilir- ,any
that ha, api iwred at t';' 4 demyy
this season and tl.,- itr,'l-'" are
that they wlil el > .ige patron-
age for the remainder of the Wcek."
You would not delay taking Fole)>'
Kidney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder tr(utl e if you rea-
lized that neglect might result in
Brlght'a dlbase or diabetes. Foley'as
Kidney Remedy corrects Irregulari-
tle3 and cures all kidney and bladder
W. MW. ?cColluty & Co.
HEW BAIRD THEATRE
LSUIS KALIFIELD, Manaur
THREE NIGHTS Commaes
Monday, Jan. I I
THE FOUR PICKERTS
14 People 14
"The Night Riders"
-PRICES 2s, 35 and 50 cents--
We Giew Away.
Absolutely Free of Cost
ThN PeOle's CAUUSO Se- 8 Medical Advierv in P mit
Faifieb, or Mod,'-;.w SitnpliWl, If k.%'. Pierce. M. 1).,
Gu Cmasulliad pblysicim to the hInvoids' Hotel t)d %r.
Olal astitut. at Ra&1, a book of liMX large page and
vr 700 illmsttretioe, in strong PW Gown., t sayono mbe Ida 21
meow to oo f w ant of mailing onl. nr, in re ah Cloth bndin g 1, 3 1s
Oyer MANO copies of thb cmplet" Family octoer Itook were sd is cle
bindieg at regular pie dof $1.50. Akerwmuam, em nd a hea .in.Sei
were sly "away above. A ow., up-to-d. re,,seu e dtie is mow
O, w m De send OwdNOW before all are gone. Ad ., 'Doi.,
aur Mtanwcu Aassocumnor, k. V. Pire.M H. D., Preseilang, 1uqJ y.
DR* IIKRCE'S VAYOIKITU PRUCrlj I IrioX
TIM ONM UR MEDY r forwesime's peeous om5ae wt e Ose
at h iema ers are not efrod to priet hs Ib ouW wro p a
of", togredeat. No fiefrs-No Deeepdou .
THE ONE R FAM. rY Ow weso hs Igl oo mso
me babit-form'at drgsM. ade from math. MeeI a gl eis
*I wen leasta'ld cuwativ evain.
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The Long Distance System
One of the meet valuable features operating In various ectlons f the
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equ
to the public generally, Is our connec- ment and in their methods of eps
tion with the extensive long distance sting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close traMh
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Sell Tae.
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it poeeible to g to
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almeet anywhe
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put l
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any p*N
connect any telephone in our system in the country
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radia
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, is ad
operated. daily in commerce and for social p-.
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer ai
most modern and improved construe- citizens in all walks of life and ur
tion and are maintained at a high I plant here is an important link in this
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.
Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph Company
THE DUTTON BANK
Capital, FPll Pai, $75,000.00
W. R. TIICOM4.i, Prident C. W. CHIASE, lt Vice.-Pw.
E. D. TLRNER, Cashier (t. K. UI11tOXME,'2d ice-Prls.
COIIrE FROM REPORT FOR THE STATE COMPTROLLER
ketemier 31st, 1808:
Loasn anl lisunts .$NI,31:3 'tS2
BiAls 10.70o mo
liue frinm Bank~ andil B'kr .,'.2' i ;;"
Real E:-t itte .it)() I
Furnitiir, aml Fixturtn 1<>1. ', .
C(Ah in lVault. .......I'
Total.......... .. 1 1 *, i,.S ',.;
LIA BILITI E
. .. $ 7.o000 00
tate of Flo riala. }
(. I 1' l.\N. -t.ery liil';i
(Corrit- Att. t 't J. h 1 l i (- I-.. Ir :r.,n,- II. F. lutt.n., i'invta'rt.r
Start the New Year
BY CALL' N(; I.'l
dI UNIVERSITY BRAND Soft Driks
THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS
f IV* -dmw -w**b.
m-m) ftgImmkl U-.-
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THE DULY SUN: GAINESVil L. FMiA)HIIIA, JANUARY 9, 1909
HAS 101,425 VOTES
oed the Highest
AMD ~ week of th" treat |liiino)
tt which ls h-in I colIductI.d in
wvllie by s~t.vral of the merchl
and by The D)ally Sun 1, ntear
Interest in th Fame (ac: .it.in '
the cont'.-tw wasn fr-t ptart-el
a rule' that a p' r:-on h.ldl ::
ton hih to 'te' his ihallot. l.i t
rale was changed by a majority
connected in the conte-t. it
agreed that when ballot was pis-
It was to be voted before leav-
the .stre. 'We notl t:hat In s' .
Ilstancc(' thl r'ile hi. th.) :
gin. We would r..l'cPt;'i!!y nuli
()tlon to this f:;ut, and h,'pe that
Spartles who hate, b.v'n doing it
Srefrain therefrtm. as they will
Sbe counted after thif da',.
lM Florrie Strickland was aminI, :
peamber who rec.t lved a large \l te
Itday; in fact. she received the
Shilghest to Miss [Dorian Ellis.
allowing Is the result: t.p to 4
ek Friday afternoon:
SBessie Dupree,. city..... l':.b, ,
k Katherine I!a!l,. city... 13,':
Dorian Ellis. city ........ 1
N. lDaghtrey, city.......
SNansle Dickinson, city...
Alma Fennell, city.......
I Jesle Evans. city......
| Jula Carter, city........
SA. Grof. Newberry......
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
I Florrie Strlckland .......
S Stringfellow, Hawthorn
M tell Beal, city ......
I. Ware. High Springs....
IM Minnie Shawl, Alachua...
W Mabel Sanches. city.....
I Emma Hudson, city......
Anlne Bev lle. .........
)O Nell DaCoeta. city.......
SL IAlie Sheppard, Boll....
IH Alma Sullivan. city......
I olidle Lambert, city.....
SJulia McDonald, city....
a. A. W. 8argent...........
Ig Ruby Albrigbt...........
) L Sanders. lHawvthorn....
= M. Fernandcz. city......
kl Katie Mae Cart,,r .....
Encoureing the Boy.
n.k" rpetark.~ l .Mr. I:ratisq
"I dore heard yuu tail i' 'tuaIt
Otaes what I P sl." nswrrt.,l
hOY Jimu. "I's v i'.,,r -lint li ,
"AS yu n'entil ied hl
3 ~ 4c)
de w* i i i Ita I r %%i ,
hrtw~ kf-ql n n' 41,-1 t' 'ru ,to r
V I al ~ %, i t3' I I n'' -let ii 4 f'-'.%'' 4! '
dr F xw l 1 .1 !4- 1 -1~. tl;l %'*(i-I
b' lh yuu!l, ful -l111 I'tc' i- at' r
The Way to His Vote.
t ii et f it i. it b 0 e- I II i t 6.441kfly
Vi I tic
At the VIAi Cif. t' I :3!"rI.T f It1's
Oa ~ j.*-i *.l~rh/ here l~l aId \as e ti e
UIiNWkusMlt- leri.,trj -, I ')r i *: ver-.,
Ift ectulet l ananlagit-a I fe uuamu 0 (.l~te
tuIe e% v ili Ini the I. e 14,1 11;
M!"tell laid a bawic fainili~arly. on his,
*irt fIr. O'I.(vra, t'..' r!trc4-ul,latice
: etw straikig." lit- ." hai. "1Area:ly
I sit -j i'w ~ tf a old friendly
Of, l I rt.. 0,, !.,,,, :,,,,
vain little eaa cap-
V HaHe Nte Back.
lb"* te' d ltwo oii Ii titt
Was u, ,rl, ,' .:U,:a. .i tre
OC U R E A COLD I N ONE DAY
II I*t al bigii
oulltt to ws..
C at *ticl. thai Ia rLil'h'. "iu thea
at )ou j ouibe LLIght. if advtr
te sold I (jlboetuLw Sb I is 601 4
Tli' Staliarnirl of Non-Po i..-
For Stables, Kennels,
It is td-ath on Flies, Lice
and other pests. (;uran-
teed under the Pure Food
NEGRO HAS NARROW
ESCAPE FROM DEATH
ACCIDENT OCCURRED AT SAW
MILL OF FLORIDA LAND CO.
Was Head Block Setter and Fell
Distance of Fourteen Feet While
Carriage Was Running.
I'-. I .1ll,;i'-on a negro head block
it', r ti:ir:c) iv *'-:p',d ,death Thur,.
i I... p'rTi;liit l i his ret; ilar du.
.~ i:!~~:t' ro( k
.1 !;l n-, t. ho, i' kno'.\n hIr,.. wa
i.: ,.-. 1I at H th t.aN Lmil I;plant of the
'. ."'L i. it I..'t ( ,m i:il.n I o i |- l at
:.,,nCrit ,rk. and Iwat i iin I.I plae(t. on
: e carrlag ap hen he h haplned to the
!,-.cihn nt that nearly cost mhinti litfe.
I ii f;vt. It is a ruiracle how he e,ap-
;'I ,ithoutt blt killed.
I.ike all moder nmills, this one is
';*c-a,.,' al'bot fourteen fcet above the
'rosld,l. and the underneath work Is
i4 ,ti.rlly fnll'd with a good deal of
I), tinug and machinery, and it Is a
Swouiidlr thia test ai'd all this with
out meeting buddtn death.
Fortunately for the negro. be escap-
ed with a few bruises. except his
i h. I .-bW 1b t1.11P 1h22f _Ju.L tui
rg tit neg i/tiug iprokten just aoove t e
UIFTAT SPwmrT NM klnee
51k a S1.0 A Sporting Parem
The Inhibition of a hunting rector
IuD HARDWAR C by his bishop renl::ds a correspondent
that the Rev. Jack Rassell, the ta-
_moo weat country sporting parso.
__ rwas once cited to appear before tbh
bishop of Extter to) answer charge of
selling Carlyle.. neglet ting his spiritual and parochial
Iere is Whi-t.er' story of how be duties, and he was also remonstrated
sold his famous i leture of Carlyle to with for keeping and following a pack
the Glasgow corp"ratin: of b~,n:ds. The chairw were proved
I received il'.11. v ll. ou know, nfounded, and Rnlssell refused to
charmlugly, of c .*rse. :rnd one who give up the sport, whh hbe contlaned
spoke for the re-t sisked me If I did to purnse almost to the day of his
not think I was puttln; a large prlk e death In ls14, at the age of eighty-
on the plctnr-l.o-1.) ulneas-and I e ht. Besldes being an insatiable
said, *Yes. i rhaps, If you will hire hunter, be wa.s as his blograpber
It s,':" pithily remarks. "a stanch supporter
And he said that it seemed to the of IDeonshire wretleir. an admirable
couucii *. ic-lb.ie. "Why. the fibure tlUprrer and an enthuslastk- upholder
was not even life ize." of the virtues of levonshire cider and
And I agre d. crenm." And In the pulpit be tried to
"But, ju kuow." I said, "few me:i reform conduct rather than to ex-
are life ize." pound doctrine and was a stern d-
And that was all. It wan an ofcfal n,,nncer of bad language, strong
oc(cinLt u, ..d 1 d it. TL'a drink and "the filthy habit of smok-
they n..ke.d ::e It, ve.i ,vcr tbe R'::- Ing."-St. James' Gazette.
ter un'Il the nt,-.'t l iy, and theI:," woU;d
sia!d. "'1i1e y.,u th iu 'It of Ithe tL, u The reluctance of the house of conm-
-:u'.l u!'".t"i .*' l ,.t .v.c *::id nh.ab : me ns t, andt urt ovrr .rr'y day re-
It. %Irt. \l It,: en;!s a lwry relatedof of oe cf the flo-
A A 1, I .,' "\\':..... v mn nCatholic peers who took their
. '.* V '. ; 1 I nt e scene furt r orfive years before
: .; .i '. e t ::: the pnK.:ge of the Crrt reform bill aft-
S' :' 'r er :an exclulon of a century and a
.\!i i ,;:r tilly i e ehai*. PI r,-tl' te that o a certain
I' : r vi ,ud I:ike a t crtnr ii nluti-n.
f r tI!- tll i. i- .;i t,. r.l i tL.(re :tr s. fr .: his unll, le
,l'arii'u, "a c'::'raIl cry of "I'erby!"
Every Mother ( T:ie :. til-!'ehd u1til' e na:nded anucther
1- .r t ho ,! l Le ori ,l n th, ". e t It. r.ti d 'ith no e;uatl-
S't!, on. h. ha et a ct..r -h .r (,< .1. It Y :.ll ,lll 't- Ii i *( ik..s 4
i.' t i l :t to r )':p or !-.,r: v r pI'n ., f h t o r
S :.a t a > 1 ..t 'i:::! !.:,r. s* t. t ; | n t i. Ivea* t iuc ted
II. Iitllar! Kliorl h.a:iind S ruip w ill A 1' r'ul. ice w2is frie l too n rk wledge
r:.' the tria l l'' at oni anit [r- %ut| tt. he ;, : ...:. Ir ..j the list
i <>ia..;',;ltion! S iid by W. M. of staints' du..s l the Azn Hlian calen-
S. ..... datr.
Too Much grace.
The Ctc-t Circus.
You hl .I ab if !0 113( 0l o1' face tooj
I f .aaiS~ I,,, it %%:ij, I'. : U a 1cnro tity Il l ma! *iy you h ka-, nt uralKia. don't
'tiusarkii nvith Ow ,,r,-;tt c.IerUg. ) 831v the face-'oU WAnry Uved
%%111, t, 11P,41 thr 1I aIIen'c: I iLe itL, l. t gq-t rid of the' neuralgia by
1.11144ili nj fl .'. e .k.t i pii T 'hue applying Iai llar:d a b nojw Linirni t.
4- -t:a 14 p2':. e ''. 111.plaie I.,
~ ~ ~w ~. '. il~.ia~ut'i i lwnct thing iiillt he %otrld for rho-u-
I vniati,m aa uralhla. burn s. cIuts. scald -t.
laumaic l. a'g av nd all pLains. Suid by WV.
t j.fi i rs. 1A1' o ;:T~ii
Ir u 1 %I ilic m kii' %"11
4i.'.~r .re tcd f, r i -ilrNeeded a Starter.
lai twv her : :i t.3T i 'K her iri 4-r
P- -9141. t,
I~-aV,12 r~tcs] aake s aa mw! ".. 'N" l e- '
'k Il 1, -.1 .... S I .. 1 .9 h .." .. ....-'
eu. IItA tice
ip.tl.. ikl li t
At rci.ls Er-laI
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1' oI r f tbr
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F~r hE;A.ACHE-Hn as' C.\PUDINE.
I I I! I. In it I
The Suu oufhl. fur calling carni
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ave not coughbc d mice adl day.
~trt you mdi' ,.iP.!i t,;lu. )fU :' 1.Ar*..dY~~ flr it wiicn at
tf iow 'I'licn whcn tlhk tiit ,o soi c hr t 1j.4irvatr you
have a doctor's inc&cane at h.. i 1 ,do % t. u 's 1%,ruv'AoIo its USI
will wy 1 i ,-. j~ C *'Q4...
The Kind Tton Have Alwaig Du g%% u M* O bw
in use h eer0 8yw yeasB beeo ew I- -me 4c
~ sad hasbees mie uandu2e W
All Co(nterfeito, Imltftelt sad jl. gae"- t e
Experiment Iat hattrie With sad nd
flunte sand hpem-DM -
What Is CASTORIA
~Cerb Is a krbame inbL.9e' be Fu ,- rSh
w main dh bwOpkmo upie-~
mbeame.its aso I. wbe As Ileh Is
sad napVmrlhaen I Dlwrlw AL
VRI.. It vegrraevesu &eb YrM ,
bsmh sd w~h gtOW beelft ad Od
2he Vhlira% m m-h 3 W1oei
O 'sn th el U.q
mw. g qmPd0r OF*W,
The Kind Tot NATO
In User Owf o v
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iACKSONVI[E IIIMOKL (
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN, ST
Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Buildist, JackseeiMi. Fb.
W'e buy anlld ell Iocal Siecurities of All Kindsw Cowp
Wr, W. .
JORDAN & COMPAI
OAII4UVIIL 2 BIeUDA
Fire, Life and Accident ,,i"0 W'
-Shouadl bt, Coeltt
81141 be prudent in w.
'. tOryd" ig.Your* Prm-
I#.Ilei e1 ouldn' t 00i"
m i trying to keep the
hIou'e from getting os
fire, but by having it
[r. ir~urt~d ill timue 0o that
1 if it (otd take tire you
4i1W Chilui izadetuity fr
4PUI I(" f rom a good,
hID1Ki without dlay.
A. M. CUSHMAN, Agent, G a uid1 F-S1-
KEI'iiLk S. JORDAN,
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L' I' 1
I < f .-
1 t .
-Ww= PNW I- -I --
wk.a& oat 0 onbwestube __ T semen"
O *. rkbay.
, :i, -av ,
: .- ,,
&0 visted UT* 0
a- m e of Dr.
r: rr~~at ,1.,~
es6saIaaoe ae the
%m iUto thin6 eM
S I a IM weeks.
B Ie (king your *elec-
t or and inspect ourI
Chr ist mas
ar for the home, and t
our gtask is so varied that
aod pri .and fer
ill Ie tehe bad relm
e hi. making your selec-
gai for Holiday Gifts call
M our or.e and inspect our
We have everything nec-
esary for the home, and
our stock is so varied that
the wishes of anlyone can
be gratified both as to choice
Many pieco that are
specially appropriate for
MvIbll Fwri n CL&
only kind." -was his rel,.Il
'ltoxane I, a great part. (uly one
who has suffered can pIlay sucah :a role
This girl has the temlm'rnm-at and the
emotlion, but she Is yo.uirg and luex-
Iwrieon, d. I (iauiot |werlU.sui. h<.r .pilr-
It. I itiu't r',iOM it" And try day
she rea, hI.j in-w dl:ti s :.t, I new
bel t I',o! W V .- ; ,I- s .,.r'
The Meanest Man in Town
Im the oil' *- o iea' %tearu a
f Iow 11 ih acap jamaddisagro taltla-. it I
It bhort anid n alrjni In his asmite r,
- lIla- (-ao tUt (af toll t'i willt thie lmx)r
foilae nilt ii a hit. liter amnd dig,.,-
tla)n t..that mt. himinfuel -au iwi -'iublo-
---he call't 11n.111 b.Ing dl:4 s1o.-atula-
Art )yoU law d~fiaor ofg i ng i-to
t.kln4tg 154lair I ilam li.- to ) our
11 er the "If mt ureatslr.'tiattolt- age-
lSaid L) W. M Juhini-
R^^, blr. U.......
Dadruf Is a 6as10ou1 dMwe
earned by a tmlroe whleh stee pro-
dues baldeees. Never a comb
or brush belongng to eonmone else.
No matter how ekanly the owner
may be. tse articles may be nlfeeted
with ailobes which will anfct your
sealp. It Is far easer to gateb hair
microbes than it is to get trM of them.
and a single str)ok of Infected
comb or brush often produce thl'
cause of baldness. Never try on any
body else' hat for the reason that
many a hatband Is a nesting lace
for mlcro, s.
If you happen to be trouhl.d titt
dadruff, Itching scilp. falling hnir or
balledne we have a remedy which we
positively know will cure thete trou-
bles, and we are so sure of thi that
we offer It to you with the under-
tldite tha It will cost you no.hinl
for the trail If It does not produce
thb results we claim. This remedy
l called Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. It
Is the most seentifIe remedy for all
sep and hair trouble and we know
at ~thin else that equals It for ef-
fettlieess. We know this because
of th results It has produced Io
hundreds of eaes.
Rea "S" Hair Toole will post-
tively heash dadruff permanently.
retore atwil color when Its loss has
been brom t about by disease. nd
make the hair naturally silky, soft
and glossy. It does this because it
stimulates tbe har follicles, removes
dadraff, destroys the germ matter.
and brtigs about a free, healthy ,cl-
culatlon of blood which nourished the
bair roots, causng them to tighten
and grow new hair. We want every.
body In Gainesville who has any trou-
ble with hair or sealp to know that
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is the best
hair tonic and restorative in exist-
eace, and no one should scoff at or
doubt this statement until they have
put our claims to a fair test. with
the understanding that they pay us
nothing for the remedy if it does not
give full and complete satisfaction in
every particular. Two slyes. 50c and
$1.00. J. W. McCollum & Co.. corner
Mast Main and Union streets.
DEVELOPING A STAR.
Wew Manieald Coached Margaret An-
glin as Raxan*.
Richard MaIrsfelj in .!< 4l r :;:1rn'l hn
for -Cyrano" was nn.p;-rltog 'if lm-u-
self. and be was unsparilg f t ,tbhers.
Everything be had ad ever: thiin, be
hoped for was at stake. S:rtu,'e u:nd
desperation were in the air. Ne.irl3
every one In the cast rc.- tid or was
discharged over aud over auain. Mr.
Palmer's days and uljghts wrrre d.' t-
ed to diplomacy, and, thauks to hil
suavity, the beady beat of the day lyb-
ore was forgotten In the cool of the
An actress of nlteruntional repute
Uon and experience as e unga;ed for
totane. Ilehearsals n re ultder way
when abe resigned ty cable. The
orange irlr's sinle line in tbt. flrst
act was being rebearsed by a youuug
Canadian, Maurgaret Anlia. Maun-
feld hl d not see'; her a t. but be re
marked the wondrous loveells of her
voice, and hil intulilon tLd hium she
had temperament. "Can you make
yourelt look beautiful enough for
Bosaer" he asked. "I think 1 might
If you can make yourself ugly enough
for Cyrano," she ansueral. The part
was hers on the nstuat. lie c~abhedd
her relel.tle.aly. Again and again she
cried that hix could not do It. le re-
assured her, but not aitb h ,t i.t-rsua-
lunOl. "Yau can, Diy t'..r, and y,,u
mustL Now. agalun"' .AfIlor rihe;twriils
she went rc'l~urly In e" r- t,, Mr.
Palmer to resign. lie aIaliahtl to
Mauieitlld to be uore leniiet. "I am
ha rio s c.tA it..---Do) 's O ilt' t .t'
any drug itoine.
AlachuaI eunty sl I t.i a4.ae ir
area, ha s!4L "nildevI r:Iroad, Jet
miles wagoa r'a'(1. .',6 rjPtc>'ftl-i,
128 public *o liMbi. 27 ir ,.,,to l-
plants, ) saw n ih o .*'C *', e,'irt
house, five ewpa,.er. anid ro.
doee oorn, cotton rice, soear,
oats. rye, potato, pineapples, or.
ange. peaches. pears, plums, pe
eas, and all kinds of vegetable.
Gainesville, the County Seat,,
Has fourteen churches, two ,jt ,;w
wrhools,the Univnri'-) of Florila
private ihoola, three newlki.s.-r
L'nited 'tse Ieland nie', !, t
water, fire alarm yte.m, e. e. :*
I'o, 1 gas Iig.t-, Ltwo eC. f.t >rpI r,r
tmachive sh i tr, tirer-e w *01 yr-%*r
rie. eolttou gin, two min ssI e-s e-,
three railroad., two fertilis Pr man.
ufsaturing companies, one f(io
meAufactory, one reetifyng I.r.
P*r'-Itue planu. four banks, ad well
stcmkerd strcs embOrasia every.
,tiinf ID the '~* nr)-n,. ial ime.
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Breads, Cakes and
ll ii, r n'l'a r-l iinal retoi,\at,'l our
uk,'r', e it ir tie l)Arh'l t i t(o \ea
I | tl at )o.ir i.,r r) i ,rl .
H. T. Swt airr, lrr. Phone 1,'
I..Mail Your Orders..
GREATEST MAIL ORDER HOUSE
IS OFFERING A
Suits, Trousers and Overcoats
.Al-, 'o H. lEN', M .I S' ( 111 .
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( .i .\I l,-. a d n .l i 1':N \\" l :N s ; ,,
tlI 1.111 ::N'S \ IlNSTI:lt I'NIl' \1' V 11
B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
1 %0 VAIJW AllA AAmo
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ANN A A AM& ASK A AlMh Afth A AINk AM AM A AMk A 9M fillik A Alk
,so f .Ro. s c.v. tmtnSw n
the LeeS Century.
Thn Mrit'h civil serv-le 4ur:. r the
mid *' cf the tast century Tvn n de.
firl; f(.t pIlu'e far youml, ilgrentlen who
wisbhel a "Joh" with nothlnlrz to I .
Mr. Arthur W. A'e I k;t In him "'R ,I-.
hri lo s of a luinorl-t" de-, r!m hi .
GrIt dtiy In the wir of't*r. .At r r l l-
uib it inses tlar uch no sh.ort t.iank -
and 1; tenine to tlee tli nverntilon of bi\
tdllh., Usm for nwhl i hoe ventured to
addrm h.i.i chief.
"Can I do anutiltin:'" I asked. "Ins
there anythirlS fr ne to, do,,?" k .. :
lie seemed a little IpTrplexel. The .,
other denl7rns of the 1n .iri 'nu I;. toI fr
a moment In their c'nvner'tt ln t, h': r ,
hil rrlply. It s*eem to i '. t *' t ', ::
applwrell to be aamu.e
ed at me ,ant then at t!' 'n;,o a in '
front of him,.
"Ah"" Paid he at l at,. wth a ic h of W.:.E -P. .
rellef. "Are you ,fond l'f IndeYxIt?" I l j..... ., Ml- 5 .-
I replied' I was fnl of anythingg ntrd e
revtrything that could le of the slh- "
eat service to my country. If tlie
were not the exact Wt'rd, I usel. that
was the spirit of my answer. i
"I ee. a rlntton for work." ohervred .
my chief, with a smlle that found re
Gfectlon on the faoes tif my other col-
leagues. "Well. A'Recket, Just Index ..
this pile of circulars."
I ealmud upon the bundle and return-
ed to my desk. Oh. how I worked at
those circulars! There were hundred
of them. and I docketed them with the Z
greatest care and entered their purport
aIto a book. From time to time my
oaral chief, so to speak, looked in
upon me to we bow I was getting on.
"I my," id he, "there's no need to '.
be Ina suh a deperate burry. I am :
not In immnedite need of the index. i.F. LITTLE.G.
You ca take year time. you know..
Wouldn't you like a stroll In the park? U 1 ICr -Mhe Wu emn hP6483ft
Ms ; of us ha r a little walk dur l: A;Ha
the day. We nooe of s stand on cere- CAN recommend Perna a g ood M l S. H. GRKEEN ad family, 4
moay and are quite a happy family." Amedicine for chronle catarrh of the Lewis Creek, Ind., write: "We
Bt, no; I stuck to my Indexing and stomach and b*'els. I have been cannot express to you our thanks tf
after some three days of fairly hard troubled with it se.va.vly forever year, what Peruna has t tl,,, for mother.
work found my labors done. I took up nd also a cough. "'hen hhe beran your melicinne els
the bundle of circulars, now In apple "Now mycouh is all gone, and all the was n..t s'.h. to he up a!* ,h o
distres.;Ing sylulpt iuns of catar.-h of the low h s- t o w up U k :
pie order, and laid them on my chiefs stomach and t 11Wo- ly.apt v of atar.-h of thr.h i 1. hlpIns wn th le w ,rk i :.
deL I tomewh and wl c *le hIave dit-aipeared. pr,.-,.ntI hasr pon. on y it. I r i.,
"I my. A'Becket." mid he. "this "I will reomm nd it to a1 4 a rar a iimpr.vedl in general. Nodt,,-.:ari,%
won't do. You are too good a fellow to I remedy."-M rs. F. E. Little, Tolono, 11. ,4Al ipp..tite. tic.i s wll and alotk
be allowed to cut yrnr own thbrnt., a:.: 44T HAD catarrh of the stomach, ht wel."
for your brother's ake I will gire you els and lower internal organs. ht I
a tip. Don't do more than y 'u are I great deal of pir n In my riht hip. A~ p f following yo r In.trunatdimama
asked to do. Now, Iae you thosftlikrt;ati-m. Al ,paln laklip yui I'* r'na awl U:laagsl
circlaser to Iddex beca use you wou th n my internal organs. The watr was I an c'urt-. of e-tarrh.
bot'!cr me fr wrr':. Ia1:~lt o want the bhi;lly co,'ortd, my I,:ck w %ns v ak, was "I h a catarrh f, r twelve years and
Index. Now It's done It's not the hlent ontipated, and very re.tless. qlite a h1ad c,,:1.1 -.- I a.tt .t a p
bit of use to me. Of course It m .r ",I coll.a nree( to take P'rL11.n s s'rd ni.ht. I do. nit ltave an" c.,,.h ir..w
om* In n e 1 ne (.'y. l;t I r':ron- ,:Sa ', tir'ea::.,on,, and .'t: n t,,t:i:: ,r,. .-. If I f... -1 nyftin in it t; th!rou t I ,t-ke
ly see hoi It (.m. 3 tl!te 1.t ar. ,r" f I have tatkn .ten h.,Ittief of lPerrurP n aintl vt ~ :al4I w ,I I',-ru a,.cnot I am all right.l
S< hwtt tr-thnk I am car. --Mr .. len -r. W. l. aIV, U., MI Mres. S.,
date. I:rt of aa' urne it may." he :itld hinllk I aieure,. -i a 1,'u I- t.uo, '. 1i.
to sae muy f,-l.:l;:gsl. Ul. le, -ill 1, h.
There no c on rcord o Ask Your Oruggist for a Free Peruua Alfranac for 1909
There il no ease on record of a' ,, .. ---
cough, co:d or la grippe developing
into inpr.e..o:,.. t a er olu;se lion,,Vy FREE SAMPLES OF W ALL oPAPER
and Tar hai tl..-n tal--n. as It cur-s __
the niatt uotr,..ata. .it-.p-be'attd cot;ioh. A
and oldI-. 'hv t.ike anything el.e? NEW Wal PCer iU A P sST CAiRD
J. ht oil orange uninvti r d tti
d.ma l roc:ns into an at- ouncnJpopag soi
traciv-e chee rful hoe.n ri.ag tu saoIpLa LM
Nor "The Lcng GCran." We plae at your door U yout i:ntcnJd platit
Mlcks-Thl-y acy tbs-t tli lt I:!t the privice of ek-- i ten.' for priccsandcllC
d!ztin'ulh clorui by the henne *: tiooe from the larg t| card. W have vr y.
touch Wicks-That's notbluhing 0 and mot varied stc in I t"*ickin t!. -'.in PAILT. ad ca
doesn't hnve. tou Ie blind to feel blue the South. :y.t
Boeton Truncript. h.i | P4) j l W
Stops Itching in.tautly. Cure pcI,, l "'. A I BALFE-Ci;N OY COMPANY i.o..o.
ezema. salt rhetum, tetter. Itclh. hiv-s. 114-11W. yL Jks
Dl.-(,IWNT ) i ,
a t Ir '(d St~r lar1 '.io If' ?'
ITT 131 1 C. rL 1'4'0%f r ji
KIT ) ''i'I I~LI*itrgl Ri'Oty
L R. 'Tra. 1,N K
PtrOfthe V itr'IS,'t o p~'..":
~ 3DWth-~for fivewe. k--trit-y ed
NO a ,*-in a1 ..~,* e.
paprr I"-'' ". !-V tc % Cry
h1 ; he l. nA~tC tl hcrIItrRI. 1: 1 al
m6 mA5 I p ll. r f e fbi.t fid V n ral, a I 'n:
N& utrfr-,U nl lto
ge rje A 1tf b'4Y-f l
SMDCA'lON twil w(s s WEBDE. Tb m a im. spptme y
Jau.ce' Taft t.%'.(,
A 1111 F~11 dc
C .0.) I. t
aII V 'a
a'. I I *.
V. ~ I
wertiaib bi!l4 beco
ia ccnL actt l"Lrt .t ktwi'n t *
1w Mrtired to 'y for aie't;:.. a in ad tv : : f "'t
Addlrem, TIIE I\TI.Y U. N. ri:, a N rt'1.. :-
GA MIE5IILLS FLA. l..r.'- -;,:,r ,l...
oB^ '.:;.i; ia! .r c( 'ndit;').- o1
lottery drawIng at Tallaha, .. I. lIlttat. in v.as -1
In Justice WhitSc.d (driM'-, rth. men The t
reaad prize. and he :..l tI)' hih f : r -a1s that the 1i
for the ensuing term. r.-ferred as a lalwor
'ti lt'ceonllng so i
jFvlg gone abroad for his health. plantation niarinagprnr
r dent Castro may decide, on'ually be conieliltd to
I4rLm ., that undue haste in re- H,. is I-n. ab. t ,!,,'>
m-L to confront tho:e "consitii- "a, tean :.ears as : ani.
" mighbt not conduce to his about h.if as ini.:v :;
lnity or personal comfort. ot r :ord-. t, \trh-
k-- *.I'. him -.lf in fot, a
k-Governor Irou ard and family ldicsrn't ,e.m to care
WI returned to th.'r Jaeksorill' an' ,thingK. Hili idl-nt .-n
Ia. after a fotr-ye-arw~ re-ilde tici' In ipation of oine kin
Babahssee. Th' ;eole' of Flrii w\n and hrn
laImously wihh him and hi.- exc. I- call, as well as n:or;
It family a long and hil'ljy life. ag.s tlat camii w'!
jlro.-;eri:y "'v \'t irj 'r.
A Kansas joker has added a "moun- of workinraI te al;l.\ ,.:,m
t howitzer" to Mr. Roo ,-velt's At\- : \ih a ntood &:,
.... ... e. ... 1- ... 1_
equlipmJIt'-ia La le iia.Liua
on the back of a mule'. The.'
pine that e. P.. b fi.: killed 1\
sociannon naay be kgati I to d(,tlh
ahat wonderful a (li a': eiI- orealh
'usple think the"u a uaI. do if th. .
jW only aoflrnotae t'1.-e' 1(+ ..' T -. -uif. b
is for every one' to doi tho.- 1),-t
can with havt he' h:t:-. fHit or litt!-.
not wate i hina.in lIJ [1- dream
about the inwpa.v-,)W'-e'.
Elcwtors (if t aceh Srvitte 1AII i. .- it
11I to e':Iut I!:e-.r r ao ,
dint andI: ,.. F'-J.i .
64a State-.. ce ,.%It C'#- I .- 'I!, ;t- ;:
Select toe ia nk.- t r.
"- fora!lly c 'a:. '..a i I XI C
*l the 11 .t 1 .. a
bethe if a i' z.'a a. I
I s ari. .- ,..
bItil~e it :aj1j I. '! to e *Uc .II":~
ad Zu .' .,k i a a'
ip.ard tL.at tr. -I ~ :
o fogr Thc9re .1 :-,.I .at 1 a n t
"14 A ittaaa a ra t- u e ina' t.-r;aeiz: e
a *hip i anay. .i t '-;c a l .atie. .
The C(h~ar Iot to- i o e r ,- ItI
sew c tfit at Lilll I, 'NI! ,- a
aug'thk0U' oi.l Lia..- h. a I* *! :r
d& (iof tCae t.e .aaa.wei~'I' .
rthm uat cit. ;a I'.e 1' -
the ri'.,tijo. 1l *Afala*fa a rl.N *
Aagu. 1 (4 .1 ii a'' a- a!
Uivr'-iif.- troring... .:l A *
terrV% d at-I- A i -, I-
"hit ,I I I. : i
S ~ a ... .- -.. ,' *:
I k l Illa I 11" 'I I a .. .......
a4k (t,,, I i. a, : I 1 4 1 1 ,a
the. ~' I
.1:L I ., "1w I
-l '.. C rr iag 114a
ti othe thiiaa. S :- :4
4 th r 'ara' ird
noJ e ro rata-,I*a
t ~t % ar.'ara a
cc Ir.M a11at II
I- *.a.. tic' *.. a
t ) I .a. ti
.1 I~i I .* a;
S, 11 oo 1 01, N.
oci:1 itj a
t. A t mlieia I ha -..-1)4 ica des ate'
-I( i k caaaaaft lo, expected to blooD)u
itd. el M.iria i i a~tae~form iia an thour
i-.'t Iar. i.- ethiangl%%rahi( h (ulaby a
.,illat li aia afor 'ca)it ti l.iN
off I .a 'l -I a Tv. .i-' -
i m ip~a.~ artIue r eof III- t'ri~a of
.ti* fit c'A11 0 1 .1
.0 a: i -it a ala t I!
FRtANK J CHIENEY,
: r 1I, l'.
ae ,,a I A ita. (q,- aee~ lil t-la'blo
[ i laSIA &CO. 1'ul-i'doa, 0
'.c!t)oV lli'g:;v' of New York to Ita
I xh ti, ,t % ttl- r:. nthr '1- .of hMob f!n"Airi
.el *" ''I ;C *.f e
et 4"9''~' *I- a'~ .rk r-r
!r I n i iir It% i ll th
z,* iI (if *f ~ .t I..~ ~' i- I ai1 Stl'e' i
'! f rh 'tre *
:1 T''*iIi Of 1..o ill llte11" .1
i; -., 1.. ,4a t I- l t
ow, a, r
a rC i,!i i r
t t I ~ ,r t h r ic., travrl
r t r ?). rrA. 011t i f' I f il
I a ml %I !i'I~ a fl' E at'.il t e i iI,. rn '. m d a ltr-
ro.r4 -ert~a Ilql an d ht )T 4. I te nler
iti 1131zitzat l4 arlP.'4 appiarently h. It- P-'veitti hat It i6
,it,; oe;, ra!# 151[ h~zh time for a thorough hou-44.-lean.
:e".',r of t~vI,*,-I. M. il(!)hIg Wall StrTeet, and it 1.. not
,gro v6a- txur. lake Ib-yVthat ithIe tenrful provcitloa-
ttr. but that he rion- t-f the financiers will deter them
triIng that the from his jeur;io!.e.
'tt would event.
got rid of himn Referrtng to President Rooeevelt's
~* ~* ~ ~meesmice to the Slenato stating that he
I liv w(,rks ol',3 had directed Attorney-General Biona-
S, a' wevic. Iin P ta' not to ruby to tho r9nate
I ju. tlOugh to resolution of inquiry concerning the
nI klothei a li. n'rzer of th- T.'nne-&e Coal and
tj) accumulitt Irt-n Corij-any wfit the Uinited States
711 'adt. t) di.; Si.. ~ 't- ,i Af-. S_-nntor Culther~.on
id awad at'th-,r. s It i -f' .t't* art #-rv and
.r.abug;1 h* -, 't the .9. to the chi-. nlragin
Aii. t,.* tih- Inarotv(ithe country. who Is not only
a tl a a~a~a~ '~n' ~~ ~("'"19- the law
a t hii ..Ifbut to actlatothers do so.
It ri I .z 11 ..I- hn t inroduced a resolution
),.. 1.1* rt1 actingg the coanitniittee(ni the Judi-
Cf e ~ iaV ti) 16.1. N 0 Ie Shp natfl at fl.
r~.'reiL.:a oartv a da &ao ira.t icaikit-e uiet ht.r
r. !n thae o:erdiion of that ec.'antatit e thu
r i. t h. C,. I rre h it t as : ramthorize-d to lwr S i~rti
4,4e e.111f .1 .',* #,a 'Ii nit Ion of t lit- r -ii ti Coal
y~ rcaul ~ A ron (ori;a ajar the by he United
It -. l* 'it*-,s St -el LCoin. I
II I:i a:cr:r('t --I.::~ rl,-nr u
If h 1-a---tOw n the. iii ntro-
Ilar t r.- -r *'' -I I'. ,..('.. ( a. SL 1i AA of
P dr a' c 4th. Evergilades
a.,.. .... r:a I a "!t of tile Lands of the
'a,. r J, (.....f It. a F iri(!a! and entra tt to
~:.n' *~ ,e .tL''' ) rt(, the a.zieultitral dei artive a:t.
"W. Mw. JO~ T1
G. S. Mere
Netirs sad AMb
Staple and Fancy Crocoarut
Gralq, Garde Seed aqd rWr l&0
*OUTH 1SDE IQUARK ,-- I__-_ I
Highest market prtma pe w BC e Ilo E d eaa
A Cplet eOto k of Ray. COa, OIn. AI. Wm sa m.r
seot Marl am Re. We bagtealo sy o V M oM
at IAwet PrO& Sald swmeIs
Tampa & Jacksonville RI.
EFFECTIVE DJ. M3. I UM
\ v o'r w i i.n ,r the alle' d .al Leave Gainesville for icanopy, Fair'eld snd lo-
I (a.), a zi ,a a, .Is a Nit the A)bliga- appoints uto
,: 0 1. t'i' ; l' h' ti drahe l cal points South... .... ........... lO
A,.t11 if C. i n -,a Co:; Returning, arrive Gaineeville ....... ...... 4
.. Leave Gainerville for Samp-on City, FPaktl ,
Rt., :rd ('r k' rA ..v i.iin< i.. Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points Neoth 4
r. o,,r t t''- l-! Cr ,:1,t lie is Returning, arrive Gainesville ... ............. t
* !' il' t 1" .i i 1' 0 t S' tat'
Th.. Sun offce for Ih.I!Ig .ard. A.L. Glass, Gen. Sept L E. Bda w r.TidA
HAIR TC'.Stf CHAIACTEIR. A f Af t t A fNNaA
Clwer ef Hair as m (e ltaseoe a Pe --
Many people blitev, that blonde, or; TLA N TI
lghtt hair denotew affectilun and dark
hair co.nsta ,y. A person wlthuut hair
It nut de\ ld uf chitrac.ter; f.tr frum IL
The disposition If the ave rage; bald-
beaded nman Is tu shuw su. h saulcitude
for the welfare of others, that he neg-
Iects himself. A germ caused baldness.
Prof. l.akouraud. of 'aris. Frauce. In-
nocculated a rabbit with IDandruff germs.
causing It to b e om. 'l'olly bald In lvye
weeks' time. To rid thk scalp of these LIK E RA HO
dangerous germs It is necessary) tI apply
"Destroy the cause-you remove the
Sold by leading druggists. Send la G o
stamps for sample to The Herpleidl. Co.. or
J. 8. Bodl:ord a Co.. Special Aent, .r
S MEN AND WOMEI
.. .. a. *i. ..r
oith, South. East and Wid
0 1. 1 Pr %o rfl .. go)ut 4 a t 4. I as T*
A *.. Cw e a... Ur ,
Slr M*. I"P it Io0 ;*i lF J"; i4*
S I6 ..... .).. "
1- :.yr .... ,,ft" lllI
-1, jI a
t, '1. I.'. .
WASIP.C.VON.1 0. C.
L. ui. it I ui i a n wuc
l'.r ,' Ilvt itforiT attlnII. rit* d ma c ledule Ndo WI N
.tr\ :itill. ,'" vour I'el redl t Tickt Agnt,
\ r;te to or call on
A W. FRITOT, FRANK C. BOYLSTVW
Div. Pass. Agent, Tra. Pass. iu
Atlantic Coast Line, JLcksevlle, Ftorns
~ .. **
A Healthy Liver Make
A Well Man
m PUDILT tV YTAMU.s U a as I lw
with Calomet Arn.I or Oia -
teed cure f -r 1 '**eaes prBesde bi aJ
and IDPOW iI. It wU mNre w@het
hi any of th deadly eects of mny dnu tnsr il
rpoa One bottle phammbd today sM yIm
a h spl tomorrow. Qdocklt rM l
UId Si I Ij[ I w b-
A PROMINKT PNUtAI
Dr. A. Nno tI|t- h bl,
THE I AILY LY4N: GAINESVI~LI E. FLo., n t .irn .A\l 'II !). wim
By Hvrrt Kaf ram
ILa s is no loAger a man to man cone
Ia which the merchant and the patron
t ag eneal bond, any more than bat-
grapple, where bone and
dew decide the outcome. Trade
ia w a changed in its aspect-both
ft & at leuf rage.
Sa nt day aTrmofheroes would
SaOportumity tr dit pay the m'dvadad
i be, jt- so a merchant who
HBKl~ll l .acquantanceslipi for
6 a elic of the pakst-- bsimrs
cbhmed her policy of exclusion to
nrW a et of war P battered
a fortifications. The Samu-
c sideed their blades
gsHr od enough, discovered that one
r than all the swords
I by the l8eon. She did
rampuis wee battered to
glli sfiedw ti herin eue'enc
Mto mdeueter methods.
wo doesn't advrtise Is pretty
m t M position as that in which Japan
lMr wm opened to the fact that
Ia MTh lo.ng ran publicity o a
wS inv dest u r bminy= as the
do the wals of Sat-
IM taw the tray.to heot, unie yu
utaL of ad not as the
II st-" yoor business but for Idmg
yauto be prepared to face the conse-
a Oly as great as that of a duelist who
i nmvi in a contest in which his adckrsary
*aud fs lwkughof his omn.
thinkhat it's too late to begin because
Symo,--s which have had the advantage
anela-tive advertising. The city is grow-
w prow even more next year. It needs
Jsfacilities just as it's hungry for new
S~ wiX l emr again surpoMr neighborhood stores.
advertising has eliminated the strength of
prominent, and five cent street car fares
wit out the advantage of being "around thie
A store five miles away can reach out through
sa nlimns of the daily newspaper and draw your
Sdoor neighbor to its aisles, while you sit by and
a the people on your own block enticed away without
ur being able to retaliate or supply new customers
Sttake their place.
It is not a question of your ability to stand the
& Mof advertising but of being able to survive without
I* The thing you have to consider is not only an
; esiOtnsio of your business but holding what you al-
a ky have.
L Advertising is an investment, the cost of which
b i the same proportion to its returns as seeds are to
to krwat. And it is just as preposterous for you to
,owiter publicity as an expense as it would be for a
farem' to hesitate over purchasing a fertilizer if he
disemed that he could profitably increase his crops
by emsfloying it.
(Csevulgbt. s 296 bi Tribes* Company. Cblcgq)
"That Which Is Worth Having Is
Worth Advertising For"
The old adage that what is worth bhVinUg b wo th ask-
lag hr is it&C true true of the more intricate hfe of today. R
The thing you want -whether it is a used piano or a
hem, whether it is a ready-ma business or a lost pocket.
eek-is obtained readily through advertising. and with
dialty, or not at all, through boher mtans. ."
vertise in THE SUN
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 1 5th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
In addition to the Piano there will lie issm.i1d by Ti' hBuih & SaffTrd Iia.no Co..
on a new $40A Howard Pliano, eighteen Trainfcr.i l)uo Billk, sam,. to l.i- use'i
na :a fir-t (or ii.itia.l I aymennt ion a i.t w llowarnl 1'i.ao. Thes. d lue Iill. will w
git nii in tllii voting conite-t as follows, to persons rt.siding in Al.cliuti ('C ty:
T& :he first sii receiving the next to the highest vote, a due bill for each for .......$200.1100
To the tcEind six receiving the next highest vote, a due bill for each for ......... S1 75.00
To the next six receiving the next highest vote, a due bill for each for..... $151.00
Tlesv- ,lit 1 ,illo may lit I usi'd lby tle winners Or III, L, 0t:- Pl os- ,I If to ;IIIyoI e
for miy va\'lie trley Iti.y -t'C' tit. ind w 'll .,!4. ,,1eir f.a .. v l-.I I 'i ') th i. pur-
(lifts' of 'onel' of thlit'. new pi;nolt)-.
Ill tie cvutil At of a lt for illy .prize o tlr'il, iii/,' -i il:', i ] : i r p .'t- thi rt'-
to will I b given e'eli o(f tim!,.,. tiiv< .
How and Where to Get
The tylovAlg mrch1uilt.I, iwil ive ~onetw'.'et
'for every cetit I i.d i:nts, Ihulr t~t~~~aU It o r
goods ulieu they Lbl. i:
The Gainesville Hardwire Co.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot m es ill Ube foujlitiIll the ttL i i
nit-utits uf Lt liv m4r(idli, fgi .1h., %E)fti ad ltI '11j..
Sunk officv. Vutve. i-unt t i) I ixi :1 ii bet bi irc, t, J
tto the Iiitlg (Olnit A tlit dilij.,. lit of Thu INSii
Rules and Regulations
I The tuiitt-,t i!, olpt-n to a:iJla 1AI4D
Aiao hi comou ) v y ho Is k- u0% uI,% c. r
tIi Iii. CtiI t. Ito.r %out 1Lt-d for 1I'. .s c rtp .b
pJ r (ie l ait i ld l lt i~, ct )ii't .iand ill jil t t ijat- IIJ
caj,!Watt, or ..th. r- iwt'it :IoI L t t't
? Ii 1h( Dl.t ret)% ,r v I.... lot, r, i -. 1 t I COfL)
hu., !ai:i d tou it iii. r drthiiunfl.
4. Ini M4e .vit a ciifiel-itl' tlvidt U)L
draw~ fr4auilltttie r tcv. atich ti nd~ilt-iti-t ~ I J
ct ididifti .~i ill I It ''1it I.
$1.25- Three months' subscription .....................
$2.50--8ix months' subcrilion ..... ...
$5.00- One Nt vr's ftbsiiptiu!.
. 3.00 0 vutel
For a c~tib Lf five one-.tuar suib~criptiu-isl~ ~ April 1, 190))."5,JW VuJ~tc 30,u.
For a club of tun bjx-mioinths sbubtcriptiwis (u-' frc Apji-'1 1) 25,LMYv0 v 30,0
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$-0-Ou'. yt a's subliaptiun .
Fra dub (.ftiv e t~crStibwiC~lptiuLl .....
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
W-w -W -v- -W-v- -W w -T--y--y- -I I. W. -
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distributing votes is urdesired by
- -.mo a iubma
lWww wm* '
L- -A, A- -A- A- &. A- A- A- -A-,.I -A .1
THE BUSH & SAFFORD
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. : : : : :
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
se gCeuIcirfo9'Coit i
gW t. ii' ri-i :I i !.-' I t
W 11~. 144it Ia % 1 I T.l*I.-ma li
Iv r 11,I pit! ir; a I .,-,i ,% f a
poaw. ml i ail l ait; It II t pit
bottle. I tic stai,o'rii 4,roIl., ~
ftbirlS a t1111111 j,. 4
JoIr l* i ~te ta' I
ay- Iine" 'ai.a, iz f e'u r%4. high
& dy b-iol hat' ri2!at
eegmciha1Z oiiidolir ninde %Jr.
#SW that t lite m~an l "a' titfui.
bwas are~t lw:*(H-4-11 suizited whenl
opinticglti'hi di.,.'A-sed the fact
opsitory (-f Ihe Vn-11t: gWIll was
The uaan was dix'ap-
too. at the fzallure of bi 4r(,
but be wentt noway from the
o11ce IIn cbte'rfultixwod.
@M~e remaerk ab.wut twtter luck
later Air. White wns sum-
%a the rpreptiohi r3'mowf Dctthe
0and there he found hi.
the burly bighs-ayinau, his
broader, his uiangle eye fierert
SMr. But 1414 tisit was quite
althoughb somoew int tltnge(d
%jomoon. I Ie erlcieaaly tm-lieved
rey on -Mr. Wiesgfkod
sad I~siliit'5I fleui i1C". 1Fixincg
hite wihh lii" g-! 'I.: r1-.-Z thec
Armed 1or'' j1!1 !.il hil.i by thae
overt to n'r: r 11f the rjo'nj
in aIn Sliit. l'ahFoo Ulai.:',r lit.
coullj (r a.:. I *iii. lw' *Iae('(u.
and the Fcunr.2:n cf Y-ut~'
tbi)U vI 't f&
dlew 1, 1: : V.
1,..''' !h :o owil %i,,r It
#W :wrol I a aaI 11- 1 .-i 'a *, i a i a.i;
hm'ev ce ., I -:1 iil IL'a a (It,'oh
to Fl'uriul i. ',it the txt:'Irt-.4 of
the Il'I '.. .e nly s
In be situit lm(I
SANK OF NEWBERRY.
~e tof the Condition of The
fNewberry, located at
'JWArry, Fla., at Close of
falinese December 31, 1
1 and Discounts....
ibre and Fixture..
I btate . .
ft . .. .
I i Bauks ... ..
i Vault ..............
.. .. .
Stock ...... .
SChet k .
Total . .
te of Florida. 1
of AL.chua \
lit. 0 *nit11' 1 c
s~~u ho r. ixI (Ito % tUumi. ta)?.sl
the nlpo,\ l aaad I rin Kiioai i t.g t-
is a t.*ti alt'ia Ot-ilounik
~ohm n t, ho,k' (I flat ilt, ama aaioi
the 4 f 1.:a.a i A I
L '' it ....,,i
~6ah hi~f ,,? I '
"Te kind your Grandfather
IN." Admittedly best for
Werations past. Better now
1" *ever. Sold by all leading
oi,.t ,i p
Itoo nil' '1
u r ,* ~ 3
, *I il% r:aII-
"Se'ta hundred doll.ar*," san:id tI.he
"Th li... nre t vAnlu:l', l 0 .,lu::,'<. fi
mn li ra:ry.v" Mr IItr:;tlli',; io ex
M1r. .Miller urmt ia k to hll pl.(ce
and S"INt the |I),-lk to, Mr. luntinl:;g
to,:an ho-ec with 1.111 f.,r $7Ti. Next
day the r:0lrtund klng senit f-.r him.
"'Why did you 'enl me those bookq'"
he denimdnled sharply.
Ifin anue you' l.ught them,." was
the ILbokman's calmi reply.
"I certainly dkl not:" cried the mll.
"~h. yes. you cid"' answered Mr.
Miller. "You'll remeniler perfectly
well when I tell you what you said.
You told mpe distinctly. 'Those are
two valuable volumes for my libra-
ry.' "--larjier's Weekly.
A Religious Author's Statement.
For several cars I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a severe
pain In my kidneys and was confined
to blxtd eight days unable to get up
without assistance. My urine con-
tained a thick white .ed!nient and I
pased -ame frequently day and night.
I commenced taking Foley a Kidney
Renied).. and the pain gradually
abate-d and filially ceased and my
urine became norntal. I cheerfully
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. McColluim & Co.
Hi, C' '.'ts.
|I > il, i'. I; .'a' I I h o : "
C ,' ..fr ,:. ,; '., : V i.. l Ir'tl'i i L t 'r e. '
mari i t'li *' i r ti-t i I' ;." : .
I'" 1.'"' '.. I.. t. ', v. i ;, l. hIra,'-o!
Up tir n111' tilted h:ttr:t'k. feit through
his "Ikot-. luurl.euri;'g, "1 left my
g;::.. a ,.. : 1 .' :. '"
*Yes." s';: r..;*.'] n!"' eathlin
Irny. "*'.: yo v|I Iroughit the contentel
1901. Consists In punishment only when
a child Is actually bad. Some moth-
-rs think that all crying is badness-
$49. 6.59 t's not. When your baby cries, look
1s.%4.03 or pins or some external cause; if
604).o0 .ou can't fnd them give the baby
'hlte's Cream Vermifuge, as the
21,. 9.07 chances are it is suffering from worms
.92.28 vhlch keep It hungry and cross all
he time. Pleasant to take-sure in
$,993.25 its action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. M. Johnscn.
$15,000.00 Concerning His Kimingl f Her.
4,423.68 Only one person with a mean di-
61.,9260 positlon would have figured out this
6 little lroswe loem. It runs as follows:
641.3., Which do you think is the greatest
$?.I.' 3.23 lilD hei klsi her?
dhl lIE kiss iher?
T 0! h'- "SSi her?
LOWi ho' Li,-; iII-:1r. -(leveland News.
Ti-.e Carect .c~d.
D'i.4J. I:... )i Lai'-ww the old ad-
'I tId-C ~ i'v ,ItI.- tic-ut- nytayl!a n~mutlou
l~a~ ~ I :'- ~a.IVT~r Ui r ai aleh
'. ~ ~ ~ ~ q l'toult af- r A y'- tor lr it,.thijt
1oi r- t a i lo I-i ~IIaI, :L-a
)r o vt t )lic d.ro'' i' oit .: andi o i
o it ~ a butt'it, alai l.Ott-~ ~ i
4hi~ *- i I'* I'a T, ;riaa. I-,-it
f IL* i II' T' S
I.' I im I I o o '-I I.
a'. ~a 'as' ~ 'at I ~-.1 I
&he NiJ to Mond Them.
i.. t f .. -t f n r t S, N r,# 4.mlatiuzt I
tai igloti.-e-' i 'tnt *ur t'.t snlwa' o
gisee right Ittr. ujb yvur ut~otking --
a w Tur-k Prass
l-tr a u.id -)y Attiou f Ilob- t)%
o.a bt~'dtj'k' ( )f uataza lReguicti
Is e-aa'ughTi Irt-jtlu.ao..urea habitual
)(u drg,- ii tt ir ltwa. ~ i
A Multiplicity of Pathers.
Ardtyce had been learning to sinw,
"Amerl.a" nt 'chool and .vwas trying to
lena'b It t4, brother 'Wa.Vi:e. One morn
"l.n1d %wl'ore my 1impa died. land
where aIy ':'1 .'I h
AnrO'y e l'ierru;,t,(l. "Oh. no. Wayne.
not that v-.. It is '-Llid where our
f t'.t! -r-s 01. 0.' "
Wa'y;4 ".4 e rs..<,n o'tut not be de-
scri!' tid as t (;| ilt ed his lead sildewl.e
at:d In a Vt ry .r;'r! .e-I tot, gruvely
asl(d. "Tw', of 'e'.i':'" l 'lhn:ato r
r In ts a md CiuirUn&
Th K Yu Hl Alswap B t
A Way Men Have.
"When a man talks about luck." aid
rn(.le Eben, "be nearly allus means
hard luck. 'cause when be's prosper-
ous be's winter take all de credit fob
his own smahtnems." Washington
They Were Strengers.
Howello-Rowell doesn't seem to be
at home much. Powell-Ue is there so
seldom that he really needs a letter of
Introduction to his wife.-New Yoark
A medical education In England
cots at least $3.645.
If you will take Foley's Orino IAxa-
tive until the bowels become regular
you will not have to take purgative*
constantly, as Foley's Orino Laxative
lohitively cures chronic constipation
ar.d ilug;i.-h liver. lVla.-ant to take'
J W. MeCollum & Co.
NOTICI -4HIRNIFIS *ALL
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution dated
DetA-ve.ur 29th. 1908. and issued out
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty. 1ihuida. upon a certain Judgment
an favor of W. R. Thomas. plaintiff.
and against Lydia Drake. defendant.
wing dirt cited tj all and singular the
sherlffa of Florida. I. the undervigned
sherIff of Alachua county. Florida.
hafe l vied upon and will sell at pub-
lic outcry b wfore the court house door.
in Gainesville, Florida. on Monday.
the firtt day of February. A. D. 1909.
between the legal hours of sale, to
the highletst and bett bidder tht-refor
or ca.-h. the follow ing described lands.
situate in Alachua county. Florida.
Lot Number of Block Number
23. Brush's Addition to Gaineiville.
Florida, said lot being described an
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredoudo street at
a point 135 feet north of the north
line of West Semblar street and ex-
tending thence North 112 feet along
said east boundary line of Arredoado
street; thence East 69 feet; thence
louth 108 feet: thence Westerly 59
"eet. more or less. to the point of be-
Together with the temeaents and
appurtenances thereunto bqlon tag.
The same baring been levied upon
as the property of said Lydia Drake
to saUsfy said execution and costa.
and the lien of said plaintiff's Judg-
ment upon said property.
L. W. FBNNELL.
Sheriff Alachua County, Pla.
T. B. ELLIS. Jr..
Attorney for Plaintiff.
If It's printed stationery you want.
The Sun office Is the place to get t.
Are YOU Being "Hunted?"
One of today's want adas may be hunting you- ransack.
ing the city fir you. It may have a message for you of urgent
I personal importance--one that, when you get it, and hoed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests -may even plao, around aad about you new
environment, new associates; may give you an entirely new
start in a business way.
Isn't it worth while to try to fiad o whether this a
not be true -today, tomorrow, o very sooat
HUSINKSO Am, C
SR. GtEO. P. WALDO,
Gramam sulldsng.am USa" ow"
S@II Ph... 61. Alm Le" DSft=
D R. E;DWA.RD CLARK
.14, 1Ifsad 18 Orabcu BDgI., Gmfto
DR1. J. 0. ALDLAMAJI.
O~sa D a 9*T 19 f
WNZU TILSI At.
Ar"%)a35'V AT LAW$
prve d --A I~b~~
A. vAse.89, r
"*aI twelAM b=02
,ARZ & #M's
Citj; ussi t lassaib 1
yow; waft to luwama E-
vrev; norh Be Alanmk1
and Wor~ethhaica ^
Outw aby Jiowand all i
TOWNS', PM(MVATZ UMM
aT11j.iitAw-MILISA m AYA
Hine sad WA
for one him
i ayI a t l i T s
IThe Lempalo -
f Easy u
MNchies fow rat
, 1 ri.. T is- I t,
R. C. DAVIS & CO.
"' t WI ,-VIay t
1 k(,!%-< \ lVI1.1 \ A
The Fay-Sholes Viseble.
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k AM Awk Am AM AM A AlhAdft a AM A AM
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THE DAILY sL': (GAINKSVIILLEL. F',()llIl)A..IA.I'ARIY i.. 191t9
OF CITY AND
T1gtRS OF GENERAL INTEREST
lURgO BY SUN REPORTERS.
SHNa. Happened and What Is Go.
'A Happen-Personal and
Social Items of the City.
,I n i 11,41
11a. IN I
It vi j i *
.1# murl.1- of
33 13 ll4 ItI uvJ t1 .uit 4us -in l su Iuiri' at li ur~i'ei i a eusr :1.n
aV"" Delight Coffee. bi 4 I b* nakiig :'
tat chicke.ni. G. 8. Merchant hobiTutl M s STOVE WOOD-We handle the very
ermanently. Fo oI As l tit- the' cti).littl> e- si.ed bickor.
SMBed halibut just arrtied. Dor- lais & Oliver.
a Co. bne itoal Oefect6S Ui As advertising finds the best market
ae & el ticket at Rutherford's for everything else, why not for youi
f^J.eat. por t eiuirle. personal beniIces?
tall fed beef, veal and pork onu urcvea0 Mrs. 8. D. McDonnell and children
at rPaanw of Daysville were among the shoppers
oV WOOD-lBuy it from us and visiting the city yesterday.
wa"rm". Davis & Oliver. L pRUP O. 0 J. L Medl'n t-! arriv '4 in the city
I pail attention paid to ladles' Jl A A J from his still at Meredith to spend
Sat Rutherford's RestaurantL 0U ,m rW0WVW S-fU4WM Sunday with his family here.
SP niht t the electric Thealank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
garday night at the Electric Thea- c--
is j e missed by few in the city. Dorsey's Delight Coffee. ur chills, fever, colds and lorisppe
emke "Made in Gainesville" cigars. Celery and cranberries. G. 8 Mer- Price 2C. old by W. M. Jonsno .
ie at Moseley's and at O'Neill's. chant & Co. REMEMBER Today Is last day tc
pay your water rent without extra
| rrel of fresh Saratoga Irish po. l'h!laelphla full cream cheese. W. charge. T. Ellis, Water Collector.
g chips just reeei d Saunde.rs & 8. l.)raey & Co.
SRev. P. J. Lynch left yesterday for
S Cedar Key oysters, day and nihtHawthorn, where he was called on
IDm't fail to see the, plehndid Itv-. at Rutherford's Restaurant. business He will return to the cit
,~ pictures at the Electric Theatre If )3oua ant a ilece of beef that is today.
ht. ta li.der it fru Fagan'. When in doubt, go where the mer-
T. B. Elli.-. .lr. retri el .3s.-terday COLD WAVE-Give. us your orders ry dr.,:, ,. r :,,.- t,' jv: n'"" t
ai*m a short biuint.e-. trip to Jack- for stole wood, oak and pin. Davi lects the bet. he rown House
aville. & Oliver. meals are unisurpaseld.
J. I1 Padg,-tt 1. ft -t rd.ay for Mr-. C. A. Marks and little. son of Fr..h irk and other nice meats for
1Alksgonvillt.. linre. hi g.,. o a ~-hort Waldo are in the city i iting tlh, the trade today S.-tid in orders early
.Ainvesis I1i.'. family of T. II. Ellis. Sr. and get- the bezt cuts while we have
Choice f.11 L-ri" r- I'a: Lu a' Ialf harrl I (choi:.-e No 1 fat mark- tte in. J (. Harrold; 'phone 21.
SucEe in *e'a-). (11 I -.c f-nitld at *-rkl -% cry fit:- for 3\our Sunday l. ,rak- Se.-d l1tato'--We' have just re-
mrrold'; "ih ,e.ii a. "-t Sauund rs & Elirle. cl-,.d a hi lni.eit (of Spaulding's No.
C. W. I1ri. r 1a 1r. ..t. t... t W I Pure apple cider delivered to any I a;I d I1;i-' Tiiu;:nlh .Seed irish Pots
Merrel ~' L.oc. t' i;.i.;t v.i : lu.i iart of the city for one dollar per tie.s. whhih w~e wi!l ,el! at the lowest
aE viw itior to t!, < it;% -t rd.It ;all.-n. N. Fran cisco. Phone 223. |,ri,.. t. S. .: rch:tnt & Co.
REMEMBER Ti,, i. 1., t :a to. REMEMBER T,.day is last da to REMEMBER Today is last day tp
gay your .:, r I i.i v.i.. i : ..'.:.i : ,:t .,ir water r- ti' without extra ,,ay your watl.r re:t without extra
w4arge. T. t 1::i.. V.'. r tt l r l;t t: hliare- T. II KEliis. Water Collector. large. T. it. EI i s. Water Collector.
Prof. P iI. It. R'- (of the- i.I .r-!ty .A G McliD. '1 of Moithbrook was "Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the
* perin.<-t.ta:l ii. .at.-: l io th"ii % c it ye.te.rda. H l- is euialooyed best remedy for that often fatal dig-
for Jack.-m. .It.- whe, re hle o. ona a :i-a ;t.%er for the Florida Land Com- eaise--croup. Has been used with
Salbrt ulii--i. i.ii. lpa',. at that plact.. ,uces i n our family aleight years."
S Movilug iicturt.s and tlhe lecturer, J. W Wideman and W. IH. Greg- Mrs. L Whitea~ iffalo. N. Y.
Sdr. Hedl e.. at the' Electric Theatre ory.. to well knowu insurance mewl. Capt. It. A. pcker, who is now with
aat Monda i. : l!!' Adni-sion fifty were' in the city yests rday looking the Consolidated' lies running from
Nd twenty. fit I t- for bus.inebs In their line. New York to Porto Rico. has arrived
Miss Ethel .l.1l1 of Wa.ido. an at- There will be a sale of second-hand in the city and will spend the next
Vaethe young lad)\ of that ipla,-e. was lotlilng at the old Library building, four weeks here on a visit to his fam-
m0o1g the ouit-f -,wn 'hoii'rs visit- ixt to the Elks' Home, Saturday, Jan- ily
Ieb the cit.. ye tird.y. ary !bh. from a. ru. to b p. m. Fred 8. Morse, a prominent real es-
*ed corn St.tiallsE le:.rgre., n and Monday night. fourth number of the' ,4te man of Miami, s among the
Cfastr. (;-entle.imim.I al.so all fie-.l v a- .. ('umi Cour.-e at the Ele'ctrir Th a- visitors to the ciy yesterday. He
itgie-. ianc,'ltin (;..le.-i and \\'hite re. iDr. Hiedley.) thel noted lecturer. -am.e to look.e' some- lund mat-
baut. G. .1 M.n re hait & ('o .n addition to the niol ini; pictures. t' before the Unied States land
Typewriter ribbons for tale at this L Story of Windsor was in the nie.
Cee. The blt on the market. Only ity .-terda?. lie tas one, of the Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Thrasher of
2renty.fle ( -*:- All ('* r- and fur --Itici. t depu-tlies of Shi rit Fennell Mlicanoi) su re among the lssitors to
8N on ail staiiard niachliIn.e. duringg that gltl in''.If oice ther of iee tihe it)y ydI eterday. Mr. Thrasher In
The iIana ii.1,. of .V .e-r. one of the. leading merchants of that
Thoma.1 Ai 1., i,..1 I hi.a- 1 ,I There is nothing more refreshing llase and has a large trade ln that
als Ld., i. i it a .rT -*.ri,.i ( :;'. than a glass of pure apple cider. i t''t"iol
it. owii. il pi,.- ling tro(l,!.'. sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol. Mrs. Enma Edmlluns of Archer was
SR. C '.:..t I ft ,.*.rl'a for .ar Kr gallon. N. Frauncico. .mainuig the I i* ilrtrb to the city yester-
Ashel ill., (.' w.> r, I.. ill. e-:let 'h t* ,'.. ., <.a" She ma en route to High
so lh! ,L ..' :..i ,,v; '.-t l hl- Al.V.wnde-r Zilplirer. po.-tma t.r of Springs. where she go-'s to l.it her
g_ I,. ,. Ihir, ,t fai! -,'. W M lavid on,. fur the next
S 1: .- h I1 I i I I [ t until ttl i la ta 1 i ,t i n', nt c.ill-iz r i f Ii '
t iom l **: -.1. ioi lt it I -i l.r-, 1 l > h
If ou 'atnIt to, t, .v a lith r, !,. pi t.trd toh l ty ) et rla lit a t Shlt..l.-I W arre.n. re( eti r in the
s.e.,. t!:,' ,..- ,. i' ,.-i h l'tw." '. ,t. ,,,a -'..- .*. i*-* ; :tt b* h id of!l e h- r 'I-r d fr ,mi A lm -
U their i..-w ,r. in- l tlhe. (;,'.tl :aii '1 I I 'd ,t* -. Lt hu i(c i :: r I... h ld:, *-a i vIl it,- t
.Uildi~g V .. 1 ... t .. Se ;,ia "1 .1 Par..-. a.iot! r -p,
ah t !,1, ,l !t t, l ill r, 0 uaa nit~ia,
,arr hi. : ,i I H* !i ,-; ,, ..x.'l in h. a \ V nt-il .rt ,n t, ( 1 haI -, L* l*'1| a- ,
ia t~ l ,,1 \ \ v- .'. l l ,;it' t FI l .f t [s t lr <1 t h e l1" |>. i l a it l t l ,r .- I I h
n it. 8 A I.. ,1', r r t ; .:, r ( ,i th I tril t l .( L an < T h ," .1l. 't (. i h S t ,,r ,. w i;I ilsa tu l
.- ,i !- 1.'' l < a-'.t. l- l lr...- I r to r:ite- a th :, i :. |-,*' ls- i l a le co('( il
I TOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE 1, c' :. tt ,ru.,r I, i,' ,,,i a .,, t'r, ,ilt, Tie.. tl,.
S If \ou want to bt cone the proud ,ll i tl. ,,..-ar
i,,I ., ,,.i .* io .-sse>or of a boun by paying moauntb- I, irl a.,r :huld take
L.' e ^ J ". j ,. -' ..' ; I. I' l v I l a l lt e D t s i u a sl o u n t s L e n S i e t e
e .* l f I.c"; er "i. *-'-.i ISrr.,'* Than Rent. you can do It. Coniult I ii I. Jar'le ha.& returi,,d from
s t'.- u r .,,- .-I 1- II1 R Col tM n and be convince d. Call () k a lil l.l h... hl. h. .. .1.
i' '"d '-- A or rite- t m e. 11 W e t Mtr. 1 < ihlilK tle l t'*** *|t1 l uit'ig
is.,,tr a' N r i 1 (' ,aine-', ll Vi a 1i-' e htlait, i Aft r a s hiort Iilt
-* 1 -_-- tl-.i. H it ,- e .' 1.1 I. 'A ill r tIurlI
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PIANO CONTEST "b"" :"'" ""' ;""
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C. A. Faircloth ,
UN ITED sTATE'S I EI't),;ITi iR)
GAINESVILLE NATIONAL MAl
Capt l Surplu, S115ULU
Dr. .1. I. Del'as J.3L. Medlin W. R. I o tj
T. W. lmds Henry Darvik
SRot". D. Crawford John F. Jacon C. A. 1,1
fbch Insertlo. but ne advertla
meat taken for lees tass 80 **tas. Si
words make a line: no fractkal UneO.
every word over each six co-mting as
an addUtioal llae. CAH lan advamee
must accompany all orders for laer
tions In t Is column.
LOST-A string of gold beads. Re-
turn to Cole's Jewelry Store and re-
FOR RENT-PIve-room cottage. A&
ply 200 ULiberty street.
FOR RENT-Cottage; six rooms; ev-
erything modern; central location.
Alply) W. 8. Loraey.
THREE nicely furnisbed rooms to remt
Apply, to Mrs. B. F. Dawkins. 20 I.
Magnolia street, two blocks from
FOR BSALE Good milch cow; will be
fresh In few days. Apply this office.
FOR 8AIJE-House and lot corner
East Main and Boundary streets.
Apply at Daily Sun oice.
FOR SALE-Two cottage, m South
Gainesville; terms maay at reasea
able lanterest It unable to pay all
cashb. Apply at Bun offoe.
VOR 8ALE-Coruer lot 100iltS feet
us West Main St. r.orth and Bown.
dary St. next to Jeff Kendrick
Will sell at a bargain and on eaas
terms. Apply at Bum ofee.
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Mod W66 Sb. eesL NOT (i()I AUT= MJ AM U AlY 1'ItI*
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tee r.-wiit-iltN-re-t1that %Ir Isur-b re.
crail) had the- uiaftiorluite? tit bkwg&C4eI
de-nLAll) &but by one uf h is 51ur Lu iuas,
but he hks rouevereed su~ftletatly to
enabis hkiwto gWt about
Established Over Twenty TeY
C('upital, $1( 1,'~mJ.( Surplus, 50,000.00
wTEN STATES KPu TfM
....We Solicit Your Business...,
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First National Bank
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