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 12, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01544
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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aigll i all may be thrill bae wiecth


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SO&f Mr plaml. ia Taftsie cadblet:
AdeeJerw it is thought by many

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M- why Preident-Ilect Taft would
w"a to Iretai the preesat Secretary
Of the Navy, Mr. Newbey,. at the
hed of the Navy Department He
isto torogly i sympathy with the
Roosevelt poecy for the regeneration
of the naval establishment. a regener-
at n analogous to that which has been
so suecesofully and profitably nlaugu-
rated nl the army. Mr. Newberry as
a comparatively young man. He has
had experience at sea. His long ap-
prentleship as Assistant Secretary of
the Navy. the position once held by
President Roosevelt, has peculiarly
Iguallfed and fitted him for the further
work In reformation which this de-
prtnment so urgently needs. Wlhy
should he be displaced and an unknown
and untried man substitute*?
Without a war on sea and land the
Improvements that have been made in
the army and navy during the sevi n
years of Roosevelt may never be fully
known. Both arms of the service are
without doubt more fit and efficient
than at any time within their history.
and the idea of the President to piro-
mote eactent and capable officers and
to eliminate from the service income e-
tet. Intemperate, mentally stupid and
physically anat, the obese. pot-bellied
and knock-kneed men Is certainly In
the interest of the service, but more
mphatically In the laterest of the
e untry. Of course this process Is not
agreeable to some of the ollcers.
th*er wives and families, but the.,
should not. where the country is in-
volved, be considered. Pulling teeth
and other surgery is not an agreeable
operation to the subject or even to the
spectator, but it Is necessary and Indl-
spensable to health and life. Only a
small minority of men succeed In law.
In medicine or In any profession. The
law of the survival of the fittest
humanely works to eliminate the in-
competent, but In the army and n\vy
in past regimes the officers have twen-i
kept In the service and pronote'd ac-
cording to seniority, thus eliminating
those Incentive.- to effort and those
rewards to talnlt or to genius that
are so essential to excellence in hu-
man effort and human attachment

Mrs. Kalbfteld Injured.
The many friends of SMrr. lini.
Kalbfield in this city a ill regret to
lt-arn that this lad) is now ff r. n.no
from blhWIl piwol ii, which < dn., 0t. n1t
In rather a peculiar sa y. In conip. imi
with some' friltiidl. she ut i niled a Itint
show in the Go-m City and ran Intlo
cue of the tobs., which bruie'd hler
!'::.! I. t bx'l ,w the' ktnee N(othing
much %aas thought of the atcidliil uat
the time. anlid 11 was some' hur, afte-r
wards before' it a a glln il ilica('l iat
tention, and it Ih Uluppoz~e'd that tllik l
poison set in from the .1),. In ilk
stocking She \I still unable 14o gK't
about, and the leg ilay hll t \> tak
en oUff

Meeting With Success.
(' 1i: Miltoi the ,~a liiill I.i :, i !
M Icani ,lp, was .11 e ii tr.ii-.l tiit im.-i
Inte s o ha' iliiK inle i e*,-. wiaith the i, i.l
loard- of Irtdie of the Sit.tI 1 ii> >rl1ig
their ('lliiu e "rlil.ei l rrt lll Fe li th. dut)
on luimtte r

Republicans Confer.
('ha. N lilho ,ith I ,i-te iiaa .-'r of


TEN CENTS A WEEK


ELON ACREAGE WILLBRUTAL NEGRO'S CRIME
NOW BE DECREASED


ASSOCIATION REELECTS OLD OF-
FICERS FOR ANOTHER YEAR.

Has Proven Valuable Thing for the
Growers and Enabled Them to
Market Crop Advantageously.

The Galnetvllle Melon GrowerI' At-
mociatlon held their annual meeting on
Saturday. when the election of officers.
along with the regular routine of
business, was transected.
It was unanimously decided by the
association to decrease the acreatge of
cantaloupes in this section the coming
season. and as a result its memherp
will all cut the acreage of what rthy
have formerly planted. It is al-o un-
derstood that many others on the nut-
side of the association aIll not plant
any 'loupes at all this season.
C. A. Colclough was elected prei-1
dent. J. D. Stringfellow viav-pr.iiret iot.
and r. D. Warne.r secretfarytrea-':r"r
of the association, they ltwine the o!d
officers who hae )so f i!thfull.v a;d(
eff.ilently handled thisl..s hu-iit.'- Ing the past sea .-onl ar.d a li are in
a position to look tl,.-r thOe rrow*-'r,
interests. being large-ly acquainte(l
with the trade'

DEATH OF MR. AVERA.
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EXCITES RICHMOND, VA.


Young Womua b Beaten On Way to Chnrc au

Narrowly Escape a Worse Fate.

RICHMOND. Va.. Jan. 11.-In the tion of Pool, who was escorUtn a
heart of the most fashionable district young woman telephone operator to
of this city at an early hour Sunday her work. and when the neWp as
Miss Ma ulse Stump 19 years of Pool approaching he turned sad & S.
Miss Marie ouise tumpf. 19 ears of i Stumpf fell at the feet of Pool
age. daughter of E. A. Stumnpf. a busi- and the young woman, who carrlMe
ness man of this city. was severely her to a nearby residence, whence she
beaten and only sa'ed from being was removed to her home.
criminally assaulted by the' timely al- About two hours after the crime nD-
pearance of line' Pool. who was at- tectives Flourney and Tiller found a
tracted to the -cene by her cries. negro at the corner of Ik-ech and Mala
The I;erjletrator of the crime was stre'fts. a mile from the sce'F-e of the
Charh-e. Gilletple. a nexro. 2.' years of crinw. having his s.h(ws Pojlihhed He
age, who it now under arrest and aill an mered the partial description and
be gi'en a hearing as soon as Miss upon tI-ing arrf.sted and searched was
Saumplf is able to aplpear before' a found to have a rih.g and bracelet is
.14 -.'al gra,'I jur\ his ipo.-.,-h ion which Lad been tora
Thie crime (occurred when M.-s frinm .Mis Stumpnf.
Stumptl as on her way to inas.. Th- \\'Whn tl crime, l bcani, known
ne gro s+.raitm at h r. de ailing h.r a th. r. h i a c :.: dI.ra!tlc, 'x(it ...nt in
blow with hi.s fit. knoci k!ng her down 1 i i., ?- '. .rte. i, of the' city. which
This he rei.p-atted lhen i -W. aro-e and 'l a wa -, n 'li. i'!e.dl l \ lo thel prompt ac
he Ithen e'ideavort-d to accompilis.h his 'it io of .Juie \WittTt Th jildg. came
Sr ;'in I.. r iii t,. '; .. l I"n r-on to the' policee station and em
:., !. itl : ** '. i'!:l ati< tal' a.i ilin'ilcd tlhitl thtrt, would
Mis ~ Stitaijnf fought with the fre,'nzy te < .. dy trial f the inegro and that
of df'..pair She' finally ly suec'ti'. ld in h.- wwi ld ri;: ii s ..i regnailiing her feet and started to run. ". it,.., I t i : .!I, :i- Mliss Stump


Occurred at ioumn uainesviiHe rY-am, tAtthe atien-


SunAdaw Monifna


Another of Gainestille's older citli-
zens. Mr. Alex Avera. pmased to his re-
ward on Sunday morning after an ill-
ness of s \.-r-il w 'e-.
Mr. Averk had been a sufferer from
Bright'r disease for mapy months. but
it was only within the past few weeks
that he was compelled to give upl his
duties and take to his bed.
The deceased was born in Georgia.
but removed to Gainesville many
years ago. He had been identified
with the busli as interests of thel
city in his younger days. but for a
numlnwr of years had engaged In the-
voiationi of Lir''i:n'.
Hti. an a con it-tt''t it 'nti ' Epl-ci.lal Churclh ni.il th .* i-.* ,.-
ware ptfrear'heil iv the rictor. It' F.
IH. Cr:dizhill a lari.ce. eii .(,iFr r tof sor-
rowinig friet i ai I r, I tli,. -, e orting
the renimali in o 1 : .' r I icin,.'te-r%.
where' he.y wa.r- I It r. t 'est Sunday
afttertio m at ;a o'clo'kk
ltesidos a dev'oteid wife. the deceas-
oid le'aes four s ils. Dra)ton. W. N.
Ray and .Jack Arra., and one dauigh
ztcr. Mrs ) %1 White. all of this (itl
The' funeral arratii rieiTts a.re', in
charge; of the' T F Thomas I tndr-
taking ('c,

A Charming Guest.
Mr and MI'. .1 W Itrownl. at thi.ii
hillite il \V'.e tl (.ilr i- i' ll, hial tIh
jI'-a ire' otf t i.t. rtaliiliig for a few
(dl.a)s 1Ni,- Ir ene \\';tWagr'. ii i hiariiinig
lounIgI l.iI' ol .l. 'k eii\ ill', anila it s'o
0'i.&l fi,,rl. it llolt t St.tt tll ln.-rol ioll-
.l i. IB row ii ill I.r m *o l Il i f,' .
da\% Ito) St I'. t. r-luirg ie r,.- he IIA
iee til. I t i Ofr:, for .- i- l
ilurit- I.. is T ,t 0 i, a I : ill .tl A -

I ., lig hlt ,1 U I t w 1 orl:. r

Will Institute Tonight.
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Si 1 i I.i i, i t i 1 t; l i 1 I i t
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lIiv' Oak a.t- a uietilor It itl. cll) Lettuce Moving Freely.
Moud.n a i iii, f' ti ie tlit t i o.-, of r l, i ,, 't| .c..t.r,. I li o f ('l).att t.iti11l,
conferring ith itl u i i t l ('hubl l i atile ( IhI ti, ,.uli truck rr iof that
chair lansoi if,. IIh II ul.hS-i % S t a ,' (till t .. be,.lil thei h i-% Ie.i i 1th.
Ceatral (C'oulm tiiit. 11.t ) e.-te rdU% t lie iat' .- t. at l I, Il tUt
It nu unl-l lii t fitoliu thi Ie i ii large
IAst something? An ad In t Ie qtiUallilitic aid lihilii a rhort Iliu the
Sua's clasliAid culuni may aud it. Iabbat croi' li bi. iaad) Lu cut


i. a 1e ow. v to" her' hv!-icl-in to t.stity.


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Sheriff Van Pelt Enforces



Blue Laws in Escambia

PENSACOLA. Fla.. Jan. 11.--The ed under arrest and ware t!;'.v ar-
Florida blue laws wtre strlvtly enforc- raigned on charge,. of vil!. 'tg the
ed vc.te rday in Pensacola. Sheriff Van law piroitbitint ii %rkin& o <. t. Si tb
l'elt's order to arrest all iwrsons at- bath. All itonr-:. ih:('cil:ni: fruit
tetimptimg to Iwmrform Sunday work be'- st.: d.-. ift Ir uk -'taitih-hili'i etc.
ing limited only by the' in-tructionsi w.r- clr:' l mid aiinod not 1\.en a c.g arpttl
of the county solicitor. who advised c coalhl ie,' -n.i,< ,d
him ~aSturdai that he' would ba'e. no j Sh. rift Van I' It within a large nuB
rihti to .-tul the- operation of train. i.. r of sierital d(lputii.- j wa out early
-tre-elt car- and public h:.ck,. the so- Suii?.d,'y iiioer:lung aidl a di.eciledly cloA
li ;tor holding that thc'v a w.rc public watch wai. k'let in th- ltu-in-.s see
niec.- t. ',, tion. sIrict orders ha. ini g I,**,-i givet
rromiii.nit busine's men upon lei.- thlie d put iii.- tio arr.-e \,.r I.rf-on ob
ing their otihe's wh, re they had gonIe' -er.-edl worktimg or who attcniipted to
to read th-.ir iorhinmi ni mll. waere lac erformni :i\ i rk



Mayor of Roanoke Closes



Lid Air-Tight on Sunday
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litl AN(JKP: 'u .1al. Ito I-.N1it.% 4or
(' ltal hailto cidol r it)o the' [ lic. Ii lei !-.tIl

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I I- f I -.' %cI; i i ,0I'oieItr

Failed to Shop Up.



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to [lot fall to ktep )'uur oyC 08
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preietatlon of "The Night Kid,-." 1,y
thi PFour Pickertm mi Co,.iin'y nt
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t. }u.lU a r1t .' r.. ttv c :.t it
o0 attrac(:It.
The ripecialtiese we rt- al.o ocd4.
everything helcg new and different
from that given during their former
e;agemaent hert
Several ewv people have been added
to the company sine their recent
Vlst to Ganesvlle. and ooe of the
Iading feature of the troupe is the
Plckert Commy Band," of wicbl the
three Iug s of Mr. Plekert are
members. 9
Toight tbe exe tleut company will
pr "t Te aSemiary Girl" a rural
e'dy4ram- wbwhlhe win be new to
megieso i tos eity, and wMech


TH POUR PICKIERT
a vpty et Peisens, Will Appear at The New Baird Theatre
TeoW s ad Wedneeday.


MOVES!


Get ready for

the cold wave

dat's coming I


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limb it wqt~rSm
hrUIn Iqstsve

b-lsNWldtfrm


Cash~ Pds


We solicit your
patronage and

will makeit to


your interest to

buy from US



AlI ESVILLE


MANWARE CO.


is said to be among the beat of their
repertoire.
Wednesday afternoon a special mati-
nee vill be liven for the ladles and
school children, the play selected te-
lIg "The Man From Sacramento."

"Charley'. Aunt."
Rehearsals for "Charley's Aunt."
which will be given for the cemetery
rock road, are progre.- ing fl:. :y. A
apltndid caste has betn ue'cured and
all concerted art- iitere'te.d. This
is guaranteed to be the etbt amateur
production evr given In G.ilnesville
R emie ber. Friday nuiht. January 1.'
As the Pickcrlt hold the stage of
the olwra house for th nights of thte e k.e the- el.t,-arbal ,of
"C'harl,-y ', Aunt" sill be helld at the.
Studio of Mr J. F" 8mS,:h, t. lh.,ttg
rather. 'ho has kil,,ll plat d aia.i
it thi d4 ldo0.al of iL. L..IAt

Electr. Theatre.
It I,, p|'inga u to .note the' citlu let'(d
lilt re t ouil Cit iz, l .- d'4 l-l.J. iiI the
Electric The.ati for t1 }- S, olithl t -tl-
i iiail o(i their allirel:sititoui of lihie f
fortst maildet by the. lrtlt;t ilt-lit to
gllt thte i h lie t let t tl iii r .initi. 1 it of
this kind that can le a.-e' II th ier'i
Perso s hat" r,'|l-at-,ll.\ aiud that
ilit ) f. It realt- a-ha-lia.ni l to 'j\ the
lpaltlr)t L u of it diii. to r t ,i ti l .u \
hibitlion a it alple ire-, l r, it ili h ,i.
K'ittling ti.)i mucli for th ie ioi TI.e
('1t ,of II">%ligK l Itur" ,o s atod th,
l,.tI. p 'ck A tlii dt i.i ic il.(tId ei t -
Ilsght tl.Iu i' k tal, d .a l ( .I. I, t .-
,,ur>d ,o e i j liiK tlit ii't i.' t,1, &l ,
t' llh llA I oit
I Ar(t tight lt.. ( i !ltil lltill 1, l..>
('e'IIiIi alltrActiceeci atA l Iii. lin lit It 1i
,sA man uu. uall u it l tte.ied Ir i e'd
It,> I rt% i iK 111 t< t' j.it a i it i crtepI fll us
**" t al t'

For HIADACHE-Hiacks' CAPUDINI.
W Hn' the r liIomI ul tl.,' lt .at ie'ii a li
Ur utrr ous uloubh r ('.t,.udtii," ill


1re-li.e' )OU It N* 1Jll' 1it 114e A34eit I
take-&ctis uUctsiti .11 lTo ii1(
:caud Wk, at all drugs g it, t a
Isn't therc e 6uue'.tblaag 11it only
we"ad 5. "a dufur you Iodaj'?


STREET SPRINKLER

TO WORK AS NEEDED

CRAWFORD A DAVIS AWARCE:
CONTRACT AT PER AY.

City Attorney Crco-e I-st- uc'.e. '3
Reco.e, P cLs., *< o. l.,' P .
erty in Eais C.-r.er:% Ti..

A ':,:itinal 0" 11 .. t,' a: i ; ; ,; *.t
She li,* titg of tl'c 1 c ut' ei ( Fr. t,.,
rind v.hlch will |.roe* of iit'n re.-? I.
the tact that th, street I rnikt!,r ,il
now be run regularly h hen ne'.ied..
The contract for this Importauzt nor'k
was let to Crawford & Davis at 43
1w* day.
The bill of Dorsey & Co. of $31..18
for feed was ordered paid from the
are fuud.
City Attorrey l'roome was l:struct-
ed to proceed at once to recover poi-
sesslon of the city property in Fa t
Calnesville ea-t of the Odd Fellovw.
Home. which is now in di l, .t'.
A commn-nication from the water
works superintendent was ordered re-
aerred to the water committee with
power to act. after which the council
took an adjournment until M'.):.l:y
night.

A Sad Delay.
Mrs. T. F .1M'lieath of C >l,:z :t.
Miss., arrived in the cliy l',i; ..i
Ing n'tl teen '::: n, (1 ( .'1 '1;,e' .
-erol us illh.eo-s f h,.r i t h r : i- I)
't. Thonias. sho di 'I ti ii,;'' .. ',.


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L;. L iture
lie. Florida.


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One of-the
E.r entialtr
* f the hL.'p y h i '- of to-'e'y i- vn't
f,.n I of inf rtnd i:,n *t to tf lbr.dt mrnelh ~ .
of | tr'.fn' tine h ltI lt 'I i, i ippin '-, "ind
r: t n ,v ; 1: 1 k;,o.I > ,tIe of, the,' ,.; I a
!' -t pr., I at
'xrm irct 4 ,'' act ::.l e\rcell nre ( v!
re.- ,:. ',:- : i ,ni tr ;:,iftully .r,',(-nu ,!
arn. vwhi.h htive attar'-el t ) wn rlel-v il,
acerpt!.ner1 throu'ih the approve (of the
Well-Infornwil of the WorUl, not cf indi-
vi'talq only, bhat of the many who have
the happy faculty of s lect Ig and obtain-
ing the I".t the wrrldl affords.
One of the products of that class, of
known eompoocnt parts, an Ethical
remedy, approved by physicisas and com-
mended by the Well-Informed of the
World as a valuable and wholiome family
laxative is the waB-known Syrup of Figp
and Elixir of Senas. To get its benefcial
effects always buy the genuine, nanu-
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
oaly, and for als by al ladin druggsts.

Visiting the Schools.
Prof. G. M1 Lynch. who ih vi.-ltin
all the rural sclihol, of thef -tat. lhft
yesterday for 1\Vilistni at:l Arcl., r.
. hvre he illi Iay a visit to th<.-e
schools.
Subscribe for The Sun and vote for
your choicee in the plane cointf. t.




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Death of An Infar.t.
Sam 11usd.t e.tlt e te 0 -on of \Vi
MtdNrs~. S. It. Phift r of hligh Siring-.
died at the lhonic (j"eM.It. Sataidtei
Suiy morn!~; v.. :.I -r a ling,-ri:-g ill-
nkess of uie'.ral Actu-'ks ot -Loh'ra in-
fan turn.
Thu little ota' at.! iee~tn tik for
mome ttime rI'11 lug. kS1 rhii.. .:.2 I ~
brougnt itic i.in ti~w'h.uI c;!Iti'11
change would I~rr%'e of he o 'ti~ 1. 111

In tht- family 11e;rylng grotti.d.t!. ILi-
S, truruk ce*J iaii~g. 711vi.-'
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CATARRH CLRE:.)

No Cure, No Pay, is a Most Gent' us
C fi r
To ge st an ait-s-j-t~c strtJing enough
to kill clat &iiil ....' '. ue'-irtu'.
t ht- t:.I, Li~eh I .r at 111,,

,.a- ue. t-~ r 2'' weI ictil til l i- i A

thle 1oti w o'.--mcrft;lI %,-I L4aJ Ing :1111-
sepItic ksniu ItI. it dilie it tiii pu.gli 0th
In haIrii.e'r m rthe' hl Ia :ieis illt K *rp
ritifft lu e-mhrat l~efeur ()r 11t. tmtt.
ae dilk a31d illk fIk (ti- e te' 94 fte

and te I ~c I ?I'f" l ii; l~a kin~g ke.'(1 iW
ft- 'rhc breathi t. A d i l i-. h-liarpe (I;
iijie('t151' aud iris It- it IG.' lee, %%'
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t r liti."I tt A iliet Mc' ~ 'e1l~tlum

WeTI r II r. re-''eu % (it.a I, elt. ll, if ;ot. I
:i Vit i trial iIf '' tI (, m- iii- a ( (11,t 4 .1
V ittI[
A twCciii 'd t. I. ipclfll ~ililte1'.'
IirL t~ l ie' A i T,'r 4ec-t I !t e-c\,
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MI-mO*4A

an D1wpepbe
Vow ew 6A b9citkd"Ic"ivei
oelee.mM fWIran bcauvbi. swxwme
"ch don"ch& anj&W "heache.
soOWN a 6wb a*
J. W. McCO LLUM & co'S.


The habit aIuu:zeriuS ads thai
appeal to you s une that will keel
a you iaterest d In the life yo are iUv
Im41.A I o"Nom=


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FAwh in-e~rltie. fbvt no ad'. rti .e-
ment. .ufr1. u~i~ St.
worilm 7. l~; tot:c'.~ .! 'i*'-a
every ward o'.. r eac1, ix cou: *'Ag LL.
an selditlot-al line. CAbH i:j advance
mutit accomjeaiy a:! orerskT$for isaser
tions In t~itecoullsi..


FOR RENT.
FOR RENT~ Fiv.e-rootu cottage. Al
pily 24e-o E. Ubt'#.rty street.

Aj plyIm-o Ir- i-i. .lk' kiid.2e
Al il vta.u Nlr:a 4 K* F..c he st


FOR SALL.


fUit S il 'I' e' ft.r%%lccts e
co t.'. ;cri rt'e ord, c i Ct.,ct tad
Sun(of"!,,.
F"ORtSAJ.E--lIfuse' and helot'(cr1
Il:i( M lk.Ii td lietimitlaryt atret-'
Al,;-Iv- at D aily Sun olire'.
r'Olt SALE-Two i'Ottaheva &LA So-I
Galueta-lviihe't.ritw ce':-y at re'd-(1
Able' iutt-re.'t If &t Ullab tkui al I
cash. Apply a!StSlin '.(.
FeORt SAl..!;- tor.t. .ear 1ho: I cecZot.Ca
ou %%,, z~t Ma~ii St. t orthe and 1hiecU
dary hS..,Llnext j .jetf Ke':edr,
W IJ rt : : -i -:ri .. I -n -
termna Apply at Sur. )I!'.ce-

WANTED.


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BtA ig 3*Days' Sale


hJan. 14at The MagnetCash SWO'
4- i a, 1 I ti r4.4 rm'k, ry. (i 1- 1.e. Fl~am-

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On Easy IMu tm

ALL KINDS OF SUPPMI

Machines for t

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THE D A 1 sN luN (rAINESViL LI, FUIRIIlA, .JANV'ARY 12, 19i9


5AL MAKES AN A STARTLING STATEMENf

SfRA LARGE HAUL N,, Yok Medi Aut.orinics Ciam.


Dyspepsia Ca';i Caasumption.


IN ENRICHING CITY TO
EXTENT OF 175.


A


PrioOr t:


Men ard Wo


a, All Play in This Matinee
Mayer Davis on Monday.


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S- -
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IW or florati li L. i h. ,
g lll 1I nitna rnili-" thata h.-
SBtt fle 'i, i +, ii+,,,i. i: l I, ,
pid >.imt' hi- trm of 1 .' i ; .. ..
b j t April Tl.er' **i -- *. it .
ll.da t .t 3 1 t" I,', v *. I ,, 1',! '
tl to it. itlt: l.t .i; '. i fl ,1 I ri t ,i ,. .
| o l. I i il, l A ll 'il. t:-f1 i 1- ,, I.
p were' <-,lIr.l. whii'h l I. i r '
"t p m r n in i '..' It ,, ::.. .I,. : I
by M ar-l.nl A r ,w l','ice, .: uilt *" ., ut :,:: ".,.. ,.., i. ,:, i
pr Ow "en- ia:i l erial O f r .lil. n ll.nr,, l.' t ,,f <,,. cI, l th. m ,,; ,.-,i,, .
for disihrd r at a ft stival a'-l .&,a i titil -e,.a-, k.,,rc !, t i alnki;d i
l.l h New GallimsIlill-. d I ,,- ;.l 1- IiAr.il i pr ,irli
,r$e the otflicers arrived tiipii the ,reate.d J W M.eCollui & tCo .-11I
Wo two necro m .'n A.*re r' ti A'.lt ii rai.it lv which the.' poh.itt.iIlv guar-
i. and In aiakin.g th ,,arrts'- antte ili cure indtig stioni or dyslwl.-
1s Arnow's hand wa. lightlyy %i or t ,.y wi ll payfor all the me li.
ISM, and he also suffered the. lo .ill,,e utd during the trial. This rm,'n
SgoldM crown by being hit in the dy is an absolutely new int(Ac.Al dti--
Wi by one of the beligeraits., who '-overy and ha.s ht.ee nunamd iexailI
bi Bis escape in the darkness. all t~l, i,, Tall ts Certainlv no offer
i having been extinguished when ,iuld hbe more fair. and the offer of
I-e known that the oCcers hbad j. W. McCollum & Co is proof positive
090. that Rexall Dyspeps!a Tablets are a
Mm of the participants In the "fes- dependable and infallible remedy. In-
O made their exit from the asmuch as the medicine will coat you
go& but the ofieers stopped ev- nothing If it does not ben-filt you we
p e they could lay hands upon urge you who are suffering with Indi-
S-. II.J *LkA_ *Cm t I all


HOLDI'X3 THZ. CELLO.

An Ane~cdote of Daport and the Cin.
Perr Napoleen.
ii.Il'. It 14 ,Id,,IltteI that the' Imu
.41 %i111 -t 1-,. f -tIh-e'0(orsin 1 "gie
ivver'i i **t. it4iI Iat fer all Othm b
II-(1 01glC- 1j"!&II~ mti-h tbaut niiny a
I Ime fi ra n, ie ri lie t(rd*-rI'd the
14" 14) !,- I I 1' b' I'al.! Su
A.: re IJ ii ni.cl the lEmpjre'ii Jo
stc-4,1.14. 0


ri, llt n* ', (lI. t' I 'V i f l:t'
I 'r7 giu ii i:i1 ',11 er oif *'(if l'Ig with rt
1I', (ie' i l li :it :it r ei rt iT t it t,
Tlil>ril *-*. %li.d, I)lp r, t.eC f:amlloui'
v hl.l 'n. t. \ iI. vi 'rfri iin;'g a t l-.

k ', i. t I.! rt U e t ;l r it r 'it l. h '

to< I "vTi rt-
-1lliw th{e o- 1 -nr Co y l v r.I r>ince to
ku' r a'it In-:trulenett r .A ti. ta.;;lig tup tlih' ,'II. -1w tried to
. :-i It 1 -tw e'o li' FIi purredI l .,,.
I',,r I>;iwrt nearly f:tiit.d when he
-nw li44 trosro trefse tl lke* n war
hIv re. F',,r isvrail rmIriiut. he looked
on. tr'-mbllng fr'' head tIn foot. At
In'zt. hI wrver. lhe d-irted forward and
cahnl d cut "Sirc!" In lseh pathetl*
toneq that the emperor handed him
back theli inmtrment.
iuport thlereupon showed how the
irstrumennt was held. iut every time"
his Imperial matter extended blh hand
to attempt to do It blmself report
threw himself back In alarm till fnal-
ly Josephine whispered something to
her husband, who burst out laughing
and put an end to the cello temon.-
New Yorkf Bn.

SHETLAND PONIES.

Aetive as Terriers, Sre Feeted as


Iit t inhem to the city jaii, gestion or dyspelila to try this reme- Males, Patient ae DeaasY
they were kept conAned until dy. A twenty-five cent box of Rexall Shetlands are "foaled In the iSelds
morning. Dyspepsia Tablets contains enough live nla the fields and die In the fields."
arraigned before tlhe m'.yor medicine for fifteen days' treatmentL Tfy have a rooted dislike for Indoor
Maggle Wanamacker, Ann Vin- Remember Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets W11e and thrive best when allowed to
Juiper Anderson, Bessle Mick- are only sold in Gainesville by J. W. teed naturally on green gras, with
lNewtoa Johnson. Smith Bellamy. McCollum & Co., corner East Main perhaps hay In winter. Until two
Thompson. Ad Vincent. Ike and Union streets. years old nature provide a soft, wool-
Oussle Gamble. Walter Chris- lk- (overing. Afterward th mat're
cost of hair appears, to be OW
Chas. Williams. John Wilson. DEATH OF MRS. THOMAS. each prin when the po
Mictekles. D. J. Jackson. Henry sleek and handsome. Fall grow.
and Minnie Williams. Occurred at Home of Her Son. Major they are Immensely strong, with wide
two principal defendants were Thomas, Sunday Morning. quarters powerful legs and a great
to pay $5 and costs, while width and depth over the heart and
ghers, with the exception of Louie Mrs. Omera IH. Thomas. who has lungs. And. as Dengle wrote it 1870
and Minnie Williams. had to made hur home in this city for the in his "Tour Inla Shetland:" "The
up" $2 3o and costs for being lpat fifty years. died at the home of Shetland pony Is the most lovable of
of a disorderly house. The her son. Major W. R. Thomas. after animals In the wide creation. They
iles and coats amounted to a continued ili:-.- the. direct cause are sprightly and active as terriers,
7S. ting tub rculo ol the bowel. sure tooted as mules and patient as
donkeys. The bhose ls accredited as
Davis warned tr a:ii "v.0''-v The deceased was born In South the rble t of the lower finalsls anl
de the deft.i.dants th'.t I' "' Carcolina. but nio,\,,d to this city with the Sbetland pcouy stands at the bead
duty to It-ave a hoi: whenever her hu>haitld in l.','. ooine' whbih tin.e of this nobh! race as the most iltell1-
ei r Iei.n. ,*i', re ':" i* hl has niml, tl: i- her hotn,,. her hu-- gent aud faith. ul ut thbmu all."
regret at ltwire r.-iil,..| ". t,ar:l 'lun li1 *-t 1i. tm In1 :' :r ,'' The irre''t ile of the Shetland to
the ordin;.i.t.. to hli. -ti,. of the i.nt ph:,- I;:n :` the citv. d' I the coal ilricr lies in Its ability to
I .. sar^, tty -! .... ,ld a large .a rt of his time to h.. i work I: the low inllerle. In thin
e~themayor-ir faithrl ; luldiigof h.own.-l. uch of herseemed pits. wl:ere other Ionies could
t"e th'e mayors fDathrlv ;' teidig of tl'- twn Much of her not trav~eL Their strength dKs not
e::,,,. 1,isl devot f itto he.r church du ies. correspond h their dllulnutive p)ro-
a 14 ,;. lh o',, ,, t o i.. ,, r- if the portions, 1ind their \. wl: ; .'i tir:y
RS OF CIfi TY ANeD .theleni e huro h hu..- alit a fw l ;;hf..I ilia n : '.., tie svi...is. dra lr.i.
a.i tire l ie.-.. %oik.-r in it.- I.-hall fr.,-i t.weT toi f urt...-i bi,'"* "
S }III 0N NjE The. de ct.ea.s,.l ea, 7. )arT. of a, eibhL udrr4,ul', J th..thir I 1.ttr
C at ti t illit of" her death Shc l,-t 0I a s i t u .;' ; ;I r-
and they ar.. tre..tt.,l. If r v t
Schilr'rvn who urthe her, three unkiindly. t. J. ;e.s' (,zet:e.
ll Ran Is,..t .N!al. fr .: :.- ilti i thi, (it): Dr T F
S.als. r ,r% 'V' ; r. 1 lm -. !: Tli)tnias i M:11i Scientific Spanking
.srtar t a!,.rT I' (;:arre.it. .1 Tholn a,, cf (' J. iI. Hlodge. ).lt. rd:a made ....ej .tir- T F I' i !h'ath ,f i.N i-iipi "ons t hts p ,ii,.u u ly when
J If ).1 a child is actually bad. Some moth-
*SgIlessional iit to Alachua.,return. So r, ice, "%%II I ,,. ht-Il froii the
Mli the afternoon i M.lth.,l.it church., INt i*. 1 thi arrival rs. think that all ecrv lng b 41 e l-
stice M. A. iehxly of HihKb of the n frnliri ('.C,r.r .l.. the ar- it* not. r hen your baby cries,; Ifo
;er jins or some external cause; if
WgR was along the Mi.ituor to theb rangemr !it.s Aill il u.t wl knw1i,., you can't find them give the baby
SYeter.lda. He r,..p.rt- thiigis White's Cream Vermifuge, as the
9*y at the Sprini." TO THE FIREMEN. chances are it is suffering from worms
Ir. C L. Carter, who has It*-n in- -- which keep it hungry and cro.s all
Mleed for the paest ten da)as. is again t-siring to re.organize the fire com- the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
di to be out and at his office, which ianies. I earne.ltily re-quett the mmn- Its action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
I* be gratif ing to his friends and m.rd of the comiianiti.-, and others that W. 1I. Johnson.
Ib-au. are willing to join the Fire hDepart-
V. D. Blake left yesterday for ient. to mieti at the. Council Chain- As toe tage Friiht.
itInUgton Springs, where he goes tw.r on Tueaday night. January 12th. "Stage fright" lI purely among th.
& short buineiiss trip. For the past at 7 p m. Re.sectfully. most vnysterious of sudden selsurcls
be b ana r th N. E IIENSON. It begins when the actor or s*pnak r
411111 he hat baeen mRanagyr for the Gahie-thinks "they are not Interested In me."
y at that plac. Recently Elected Chief of Gaines-t,.ndls wu n d.tmrnle. "I will In-


81hd In the city yesterday, having
k sUMmoned here u'Aing to the
of his aunt, Mrso. 0 It Thoutual.
Uk c-urred Sunday
MI5Ciift~m1g1 IIretc l of a j, *e' F

t~ t thtt(.1 h, guc4pl- 1 111. he f.mil.1


,A Pvteraijutih

%fter, k, rA"& 'ar 1I liad ottw.r ic-ad-





U" h. ~jcIpr,tjrI!.tg deie' -at

hithe t u-a & liff jr II ijlaci(,4e1,
fur lit 11- fi fcr u'Pis h
~' I,"!. t 11,1,i %Aj I Itsaiti Z fed
Ma~lted d i ,V eI ttalt'ead-
~I~e.c 'i at' .t ad -att tfur the
Y i' IW artcUdr F
Pit cg~ '


%ille Flire lkeartmenit.

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the- otlic- of City O Mar-
.hal, to be' \ oted for at the. rle-'tionll
oi April ;1:. 'e if *. eteild I aillI
I .th!fllly( dit:irg- the ilutli t of th.i
if,- %wilihuit f tar ,or fa.ielr I rFe
i.ctfull % iellt it ii h. \ ,t, of all ir
I. e;, ii'. '.rtr af'illiation
t'iiAS. M 1 ELL

i .L i eit I II l i. i r i:. li -i, -l ,i i fri
\ i .. t t I '1 1
c i li-'r, --, i i:,, -* rritil Itii 1 4 ,'
liloeed loittcrE iirtid LII' -J 11 \\ ilk'
r. S it rtir)y i hio


terest themL"-London Chronicle.

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
it falls to cure E. W. GROVE'S sig-
nature Is on each box. S2c.
Soflees.
raptious urstiuier-I want a pkerw
of meat w th .t any Lone. fat or gris
tie. Bewilderel B'itebher- Madam. I
thiik you'd better have anu g. -
Sketch.
Want adeertfltlig is a force which
)ou cani harnue, aRnd with which you
can dried your plans aId I purpose.
to any desired destination


Use it or not, as your doctor says
You could not please u. bIttLr t' n t :-; your doctor about
Ayer's Cherry PectorI f r 0. -' ,.!s. croup. bronchitis.
Thou of families always kc:-- t in tte hiu: 'IThe approval
of their physician arI th: .-- .r i. '.f nary ',cars have given
t llt m r.-t t "'l *I f & *.1' r.
I ,..I -El .


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TH$ DAl;Y ST'N: (fATNESVILLF, FLORIDA, JANUARY 12. 1919


I ILIA
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IIWFlOBA


a daily daU

00d*W bm bmteumdw-
5Stbasquet by the Odd



~quawill ha held


wv s, ave UMrs.WdI

atm tor the ANU

of daiso a usw' 00 the
otf te A. CMlU baewm
wowm &OW a gas as
4%oh. TheInegwo was
~ dw. raiWn stop-
fteewtriwok cow
ow tehdalopneand



to be the rib

of a bat, wee's
gelok-M-Am' ie

bw who. th




~mw d m d


dW9014. As AdwftoMa
spume"Wder, thy offer-
diva 49 4" joffi m


ft OULM ad ORIP.
In the hoatrem*
of slosam hverhh.



*0 fa md5kaft drL


The Standad of Non-Pois-


-oar Diinfectants.


KITI


UFEIT
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bumrr


It is death on Flies, Lice
and other psts. Guaran-
teed under the Pure Food
IAW.


MUi8T $mV rem








kmads, Cakes and

-=Pies-
Having vepainde and fttuvatel our
lakery syw e anow ip-(aredl to give
yous sutsut errvtw Ho Ha*our s-
s do" at your dntr o i vry uoriilg.

KETSTOME BAKERY
B. T. mhaer, Prul,. 1'hone0 '


WeSell




Sqnol

on the positive guarantee
that if it does not give sat-
ifaction we will return the
entire amount of money paid
us for it.
We ask all those who are
run-down, nervous, debili-
tat d, aged or weak, end
every person suffering from
Iftbbora colds, harlgng-o0n
coughs, bronchitis or incipi-
ent consumption to try Vinol
With this anderstading.

We. .JU f Og
QAINESVILLE

CHINESE METHODS.
Why a SVt Newly Paved, Wie W Twe
Up by 0I" Order.
M. Moualer, the Freach taticl
trialer, lewhad for the truth OC the
m ig lry at how his tria d
"ap Oa. a meo-* mtaasai ad t-m
*Wasik%, w"an *eeelao.n sory
iFt I aI BSep af t vedi to the
ma t the r b m cam, uas -
O I a a Pekil. The local manoa-
s aws .Alm fteatml o hl, iad
Iep Ow Baeu imseff ac this
ohm&M" to toa tb e madarem to
*hme the set vSaVeL Oud. M .
at em,~2TI ae e ~eaM beat wtwk
a a2 aro p E mS g eg M gt a g ack
Now. A week pie ae them eathor
walmt o an sear 1m.U do M I
011 bew d toave thte tieotIu
-f tat his own empe y e The waft
e mepih e .ane w Oag weg mely
4awa10Ol 1 m e erdnbIg hAm findm a
at ese3s op"Svn g the newly
tlwd eetnm. N- ipse 8ew
wion he heard fyem the maydarbo'
own Ifp that the mm were thwe at
"TeS me, my dear fried," id the
mandaul, "I anm eaeoctin the head
eapector aromad here la a tw days.
Now. It he were to see the beautiful
pavement you have laid down Ito your
street be wtmad come to the conlu-
mon that there was money about, and
be would awmredly bleed every vein
to my body. T!: -ou!d mean Imn-
ruin. Dont you ee e why your pave
ment rei'lly must (-ene up? It cost me
ote fortune to se'-e my post. I don't
want to spend another In keeping it."

Freak.
Thers was no doubt about it. le
was very angry when he entered the
village grocery store and demanded to
e- the proprietor.
-You sold my wife some eggs yeste*r
day. Mr. Peavey." be said when the
grucer a lppared.
"Waal. yes," mid Mr. Peavey genia--
ly, "belle I diJ."
A"nd you told her that they were
fresh eggs," continued the visitor.
"Wal, yes; it seems to Die I did."
mid Mr. Peavey.
"But, e ere, Peavey, you had no
hualnme to say they were fresh eggs."
"Why not" I bought 'em for tfrsh
-from SI Wiley t'"
"I don't believe IL SI Wiley's an
hoeset an."'
"Waai. 81 .iid it, all r1ghL He come
In here with his basket full of 'em and
put 'erm down on the counter and trad-
ed 'em off for a box of sody blscults"
"When was thilst"
"Oh. I dunne. 'Hoot six weeks ago.
I gne.."--iialtauimie Amer ean.


Every Mother
Is cr should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurily or pneu-
monia then to something more seri-
ous. Ballard's liorehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
apy complication. Sold by W. M.
Jo0i I. s-on.-
A W.,nJt Vct.nm.
"\WV V'- 1 l mI t *
Rrasksf '. 'I ', .i f.t r I~. li> f ;ir>"
t I 1 "
"N i r I .. l i't ldefei1
revlpll,, Mr I'a ,'I-
"'Iut th.i t t i >ri "'That' I; r: I : I m atn> for l~puce
at ali) tn. I 'f-tr- it I'f I't'rI s.

lIon t 1. ( tl.. -,aT -r fromiz t-
I It, i -*n I I.aI. It I, lgK If th,'
Iklid. .. I 1 111-gttI,
pkr ik -. i.t 1 c1 (ft I


if )uu hat. fuud anything set If
it it adi .r',t- 1, i t- i Wanit column


UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED.
111 ad Woes IVmal/mes Abeot It.
Many women weep and wall and refuse
to be comforted because their once mag-
alicent trees have become thin and
faded. Many men incline to profanity
because the flies bite through the thin
thatch on their cranluma It ill b-e good
sews to the miserable of both sexze. to
earn that Newbro's Herplcide nas bees
placed upon the market. This Is the new
scalp germicide and antiseptic that acts
by destroying the erm or microbe that
Is the underlying cause of all hair de-
struction. Herplcide is a new prepara-
tiea. made after a new formula on an
tirely new principle. Anyone who has
trted It will testify as to Its worth. Try
It yourself and be convinced. Sold by
Isadlag drugglsta. end Me. In stamps
f*r sample to The Herplcide Co., Do-
troit. Mick.
Two siaes-60 cents and 1.-0.
J. S. Bodlford & Co.. Special Agents.

m Umse ber Shop
ANMEW PMUIPS,. Prfp.
(frweerl) ut renltral Lity uIsLer .1hoi
liali>ntg ,utrchat -il thiiii hop, I dt-sir.-
to as-i'r. th-, i', lliclh of ti*- beft mul t
ln t 'oirt,'.-su Itre.atl'i 'll t antd ,jrk
:uasshhi arfmild Lu u')Uf O)ly tfrst
la illtirkeiittot) rploytot)dr

NOTICt' Ol AI'I'ICATION KrtUt TAX
lUJk.i I NDiRJ .s!a'TIO aN OV CH AIT
6*ei. LAWbo uOl IA)IDA
N,.'le'e It IrrrI q ltr th,..>t r\ '
.,rt l ber tit T I l 'Certti.-i.e N.- iS
dalt I h L lr h t d a) tl Auidat r A 1> -6
SIt. Uird bald C ertl'tn lIr In ILa i ad l- UA i .r *I. .ti ; l*+lll (ia. f r ailt l 'd
ttI l <> uei l i a.- itrda l'it *ith i%$ %%Si* t It:-
cnltr t Ie.'r tMlie f...u 4 tO il-t.i uli--d a -,1 .
i t k e .a ttr :.h, .1 ,. .-'I,& .." 1 ',1 l it
4 1 of .1ut N ,e i1 al *.
s'ttr'.-.'1 .^ aI *. | -e l .. 1 te* te- il
HL ,.. t- uf ti c- r .t.'c Le '. t i l.,.ut" i t.
i It..t- u 'Akt Jrath. tr .'e 4 o rti a-l. i.t. s*'
o rda lu Io la dl-f x -r LLct.-uL ,l.
Wil e.t IuA ,w-) ft'* -. 6 L.t. t iud s a. ta-
LUC litt Li, s) f t I u! l it,-er A i tDIA
4d t. .'.,t-n 'L C ,.i't ..L%- .. : -
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THE MISSING MISSIVE.
Oe Rt mance f Uncle Sam' Deed
Letter Offiee.
ome thing like 2.1i11.1m1 Irtt.:4 atn-
ually fall of d.llrerr In the Uilted
Stat i v. Inl to hrnleu!li tPInt (tootam or
Int-<,ir t auddrtcven. The de':til k, r
offl Lt WV.iQlti;ton enplvyRe a In, *e
for ** f eprk It) to th.in ll tii ', t.o
|arlk. gof that have li-'n rv eive.t 1t
il fal* t,.'weh. cla !n Prev. r.I ',icq ke 4and
h.b .usma' '.4 t f i t't r ti,'. tI ..t ,nTj
A(oild t i r 4 xi.\ -q't* tI, ir d t il ,
It oul hte Iter( tln4 ti kn i w how
i!t;iy ne .itin' it i m haie Ie' Now atI .'_'," frifl- I. haive er ,'tr i.i'
ed. how nm.iry f<'ie d henrtl hri-rit, t
bwi r.tirltelr. hw ,ni.,y ,i leak, hn1
fallen t hrt'nth. how 1:int h i.ti ey hits
ecwen l,,t ndil how m tinyv ,oitl.rit ,, :bvt-
tern I.rc ijentdil by hl'tttr tlh FkCe r
came.
A pretty romance wnq reveled nt
the dead letter office the other dl:iv
when a young woman enlied there t"
w If a wrongfully addlrfeae letter
bad been received. It had. and she
was greatly relieved. "I beard that
Jack was untrue," she said. "and
wrote him breaking our engagement
The day after I wrote I founJi (t bth.t
I was wrong. My heart was alm,-t
broken, but Jack kept right on coming
to 9se mei and never mentioned the let-
or. I bean to tbhk I must have
aiedireted It and and that I did. It
most bave been fate. Now be will
aeer know."--t. Paul Pl'nmer Pres.

ALL THE WAY ROUND.
An Odd Sot of Dimer and the Re-
ea of It.
Lead Polkemmet, a eottish lord of
seaoi, usually retired to his country
reMdame drtag the part of the year
whem the eourt don so b slnms.
John Hart, the aSottmla advocate.
equally Idle fo a similar ease.
wadt to *boot ad happening to pass
L .d P.a property, be met hi -lord
sip, who poiteiy invited John to take.
or, a be ad, to tak'*. a family dinner
with bimalf, his wife and daughter.
John accepted the Invitation, and
they all assembled at the bour of din-
ser. There wa a jolnt of ro-trted reit
at the bead of the table and stewed
veal at the bottom, real soup In th-
middle, calf's bed on one side of th *
soup and veal cutlets on the other.
calFn f'st jc?'y hel e#i t'' '"rp aud
roat veal and calf's brains between
the stewed veal and the soup.
."Noo," said his lordship In his own
blunt way, "Mr. Hagart, you may very
likely think this an odd sort of dinner.
but yell no wonder when you bear the
cause of It. We keep nne company.
Mr. Ilagart. and my daughter here ca-
tern for our ta '.** The w.vy we d Is
just t; v: V'e t.;.l i tlev-'t. as It were.
to .,y.v. nIl ,,, .;;% t 1 'e iai to* cu k it at
on ** o"1.. ,f ,'. "" t. t:- iT( d wn that
aisk'. tuitl 1t:- il ni ad Just gang tack
ag-t-i ly "-i '" r ',.'P to where we
bcI"vi "- _____
Some article that Is simply "In the
way" at your house might, If adver-
Utsd, be sold to someone who Is anx-
iously looking for .t


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One of the mtos valuable features operating in various sections of the
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip.
t the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of esr.
tion wliv the extensive long distance sting.
line* of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close trafs
Telegraph Company and the other a- arrangement between the Sell Tesi
isolated bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to p ts
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere
distance lines In the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any poet
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radiat-
in which a ell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, is usad
operated, daily in commerce and for social pm1
Thees long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer and
most modern and Improved construe- citizens in all walks of life and our
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an important link in this
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.




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Effideit Service. Areas Mble Rates


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Capital, Full Paie, $75.00C.00


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CONDENSED FROM REPORT FOR THE STATE COMPTROLLER
December 31st, 1908:


II Pur fril Pmii 3ako and l l'kr-'?2 4I;,
Re.al lF-tate 1)t41 mit)
Furniture and Fixturves cj .
41%ta- re Iraft id -. s.'. ~
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Comuirty lef A IAc-lail
IF. I i. Tiina-r. eaphlier of Tie- I ltiteta ,Bunk. 4,-I%4 3~~'Ar tilst

-ulecrilit-41imanl P.%%orn toe l-fm ,in-til- tii- loc., w- itir :1-t. 1
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WELCOME WORDS TO WO01IN
Women who center w~th disorder, peculiar to the~r
"eT ghouIl-Iwrite to Dr. Pier"e sand 'rj,.g r,. h'
advice of a physician of over 40 years' ditpefies*
-a sli'lled ..ad successfully specialist in the disea.,n
of wom~en. i~verv letter "I thi's sort has the Most
carefulealco',ideration end is regierded ass scredlv
eo.ftJenti-ol. Sfany semawitively modest women wri-e
fully to Dlr. Pierror whipt they would shrink fromt
ttlhia.,gt.,iia ti'lo:.a p. imai The local P'm"'1*an
is ni:r-' s t t 'i'th.t he Cenirct .-o anith~ng
wticbmit O-e n-v Dfi- 'Ir. Pierce h'is-. t
the...z dastis~te.'al C alemoiittaqre inner -'~'v ne-d.
le ss a n d it ia c n o.) i t mi n ef es re t in ra re' % r q s h -.jo h n a to s h e ,
I)'- tP re 's t'- ratm ent w ;" cure 'To m right in t e P r, ,&A L11 f
ow'r nn hl-rec. Mot, rFvorite Pet%.-riptio.. eh -scirej
of ieicdt.5~Isomeof them the worst tot Cases.
It ;s it, own!% --' g' I i wkr1 hi t Iis the Pretliiet of v r ,tv ,k radue.tel
a n l t' c -n .-) s on ~ rc re 1 % 1 o ft r ogtc s m l e a.
LU-11.- I i ''. -etf. I ~ l'( a n't trite@
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THE I)AHLY SUN: UAI S'II1E FLORIDA. JANUARY 12.199 I9


CHANCEOF FLC)'1lA FARMERS,


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O^.. .. "M 3:.,Y K
y.Vaia BM rtE .a. T*2t MI',,.' .t.
il- prD T ,. P': hcd rh v ry ri *i. -. i-
ed00&y, d, iverel ty m% aitr f 1 ":* c0 v. o0
lioa y part of the ;' 'n t.0i < ;L, ,"

.o tcc.t~ for fave wc k trict:y i-1

l| i dIPE l ti t'' n- : ". ** .a .. i .
iii B insrtren ", *A c. int, : t ,r :: .:
Ord!:;'lly i ertt- l r : > ate 1 *rn on

Tyke -a %i -- k an *I.
paper, ipin, h-h t every Mt.ta' ny ai.,,
i, and ccntitin all the sati-v of ti'.e
Ieal., State and renerf-. an! w 1:t be
pi dtagee free. to any tl.nrt ol the i tir I'
Cac la, for i o y, .ar-i-n !va'cre
g atpllltg bill become due after fra.t
of advertisement. unless otherwtie
lc contract. Parties not known to us
w tefqiSred to pay for adverti- ar in ad-
Address. THIR DAI.Y tIN.
GALAbVILLR. PFLA.

fWh not organize a "loo.,t( r Club"
laesville?

hescrilbe for The Sun and help your
1, friend win the fine piuno.

gr Dsm "made in Jacksonville" whis-
kM now popular in the State me-


SMr. BDrton's triumphant defeat for
~. yeoralty of Cleveland landed him
h I.e United States Senate.

1T Orlando Elks will take lxosses-
ft of their new home on Januar)
IL em which date they will give a
j ee warming."

UOder Pensacola's "blue laws'" street
mn are prohibited from running on
Sft ay. Next thing we know a fel-
ew will be prohibited from taking a
t e asem the Sabbath.

Tn "grandfather" clau.- tbing iin-
wp-rated into s4muie of the Southerrn
SM. conbtitutious is not calhu!ated
i promote the educr:ii.n of white
l UMaren In those States.
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Attorney-Gen-ral Park Tramni 11 is
iag to n.ak, Flori!a on, (.f thet b -t
ie ial8~ s that .ver .,c<',:iei i that ;!':c'"
V1M9 your #-%t tin hii. aiti ;ir
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)r r 1 .T t, r I ato 'i, :-i
TIh, r, i- lilat lini,. \v i iu t ittl nitn
hla s t., r t!hi .iark"A t iwith tihe -urlplut.
'onr a).1' oth,.r f a il any ) fri 'wr ('an
rai'-- y.-a.rly th:an in protiucitng ten-
c(*ilt cfottin ar paying $1 a bushel
for c(irn to fa-ad )your stc'k. l hile mak-
ing the cropl. and laying any) where
front i I to 21 cents a paounJ for meat
to f'-d ourtelf and hands during the
,rotp season. For proof. ask any
,hrifty farmr that "lives at home and
boards at thJe same place." Proof can
be furnished by a legion of creditable
witne.-es in every cotton-growing

There is and there can be no ques-
,ion about the advice coming from ev-
ery Intelligent Pource in the country
that the great failing of Southern
farmers is their intense attention to-
%ama. a staple crop-a crop on which
they may realize a money advance.
Thia idea. this constant experience.
has held tht m in abeyance to the
banker and other money lenders. They
must realize that the banks and the
-athfr mtnanis for borrowing are far
more dtaplndent on them than they
are on the Itnider-s.
It strikes The Jaurnal that the farm-
'r., lack the indv-'iindeince in thought
aInl charact. r hich. !by right. should
*liff',retuiaia th, ..- la s from e\-
,r.\ otiwr cla *.- inii tle iuitry. Their
oplportu:i.ty i- ?o :r.'.it tha. It c'aull -.
'ilvnd< r toi ali r.li i. l tlhtir purio -> it!
.t'lh#.riing tio a r-i jilic-i('-- c(: call
It iothiilI l.a-- liI ha- h Id t}l;-i.
bat k froi.i a lull r : ...A'li (i. th!a
I i". l 4 It.c. r ,!,.l I ...llt .i
a .1 ". 1V l 1 ii r i. i:t


C tY. Tezan.. 1:i 'a l 'ti nte 'I datI .I c.t aaAt :.- l*,.-'.'

be bun K tolll F.. 10-1-1 t A I-ad tI '' '*I! II.,a tta0a1 1 ;' It ita it tjo, a -at 4aiiatrlc


bbn W tt. ofa-.&tc, l ria, i m. .1 rala alt.- _,:,t'1; er~ aa ,: tlta~a'~a:r. I-
S~atr anl a~i jCt l.Li *A I 11':1. : 1.,ii a :'s i a t'-a sal i hait'f )IItil t-IC
If s harn It t, rr TI. 1'1I :114 T4, ,a,.'t ft r) le
a' a r- 'I,,It a 1 A. .1'.? I itatiI l tg ta
drarry I ThI f:.&.i hng at k~- r III I II. i l--r A I iati-:&: allasa o.aral a d e I It


VWa her fight to 1;% i t aa c''' (at~iiali'- t'ah-j i aitttgl I llt Alalliana-it
"m Alpsiiinto-d ti) anepira' int)oe or ''I, !d nat hola r'tly )e Ncomtl.'a tapubli-
000 rte tat r'at,it '... ih .data'taor not t 1 a a- i tail J -vat. (or to. in
11cftof holding the. itaairv Iit Tlod.141tia'(ata
PK bevu decid.'Il by the' ('court
-Thi- Norfolk iloa I Pilot a'ays: "A
I:*.*:i a 'e mn froom I ia tte Far eauthweot


aSruPerty ov% zia-r. i t It3\a' tat)I
3U't lFrlwll-t lit, iltheP. liie'tjut (If tSaxt's
Ssyear thun ttaa') 1iA''' tat-alt if I ha'
Slbto ta'aa. ti' '(.1 c A of Aalt' Mitd all-
WVtising. als ("dlt aiaar i)J'kitim'on da s

rb required I.lay -Ah

Nothinlg %olitj It o '-41 a11,10'lte ae
bthe attractli~tila-na- '(of (aintta's I1-. -th
Runlg the- public' :oluurs' malith viriflaid
hifk It iii a r'tlalllk- titat tilta' Airk
114 'lot donte. laazag ilg nhivaaaa' 4ta
sqA.L lt Ibgl.~Ll Ilia Ja-ta I'' ak ba~sj


Tariffr aIt Ia 'taI lp a r :aI'a
ftbj-act ut' (0 haat'. Ill Ithia' ita it a'1-'- -I
C heagtj F'I aa ''a il r1-a 1.,-1 1r~ '

W8Srpt uf I!I~t.s l,. I 'II

~'UI ile tar it P4 -1 t It-- I ,

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3SSIM ~ -' ii t t'.& 1,a J
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lpinl'. that thI "farim- of Iryaii will
ouitlil%. that of itoo-evelt.' We' doubt
it Th.' itanii' of the g,.ntlehnian ho
fir,.d th0 1.ph..-lain llier !till ec'hov..
dlani th e c rriaaorma of Tllt. lb'it hli.
ifa v rti:ik '- n.a i.-it(on huhatel r off
'hia miani whiti ilghiit htav' e aated the'
luildliig if it't threr t.imeixs lr.f ated
fir theI (Ica'tal<'oy of the' aliigh coinm-
pa;n)


Frank S-:. a i~kt'.,oa'tz that
hat i.a iidoiaF 1,artliar oftILI-a'Min iiof
F' J ('e IeII )& C', laing b it-tn' .1. ~IL
I La ('t. C ) of 1'aaita'eIl ('111110)l WiliSlAst''



tarrb 1-tl st ai.'a.a- t Look araai ib) tI.L 'a

FRhANK J CHEN,\Ex
S ., 'a a IItI b. pa.a tu'- i i d'a .i -'12 T'a
illpla r A 1) 1 ,,0
I Scal INutar) PL~ahla:
a 'i. t.1larrh C(u I v I* ta k I it Iii
'a1. 2 .1 4I a dir t I t411 k1, 11;hk-b lan.,
It ~ ~ ~ u -II 2a aa~o !,t: b) Stew2

i cj 'iii a 'aco, ruitd, o
S -a.1I glall Itiggi't -' (-'.I
a t l74tM 3


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Triable a~ndcter Smaut IP,
FWmalencw of Kidaey IMllauc.
?NIt pecaplz 0,oa net reaii; he. -Aa@rirm-
ing 1UI.ahtaC lb ld, resaazk.al -le P.,Ida...
'A k driev a':~ .
Wi.a!C .iCb
orders are tlit
~TA mu! t ce-mfltfla'
Vil, ta'iy ar
nhn'' t t e .




L- 11* LtC r I S t e t tt.U
W!..tt To Lao.




:,Ac%,rv p.&rt of the Us II1rV 141111161.
; t cotrvicts iiAa.tJt T",% a.tt I
:i-l seCa;,iit'.r Jad..?illii pa.-ing it, or bJmi
1;'-ts ftal U wl:z Ilse Cof liquior, wine Cv.
La. r. anad ovecumsZa1thast Uit;'k.cas.Lt .-
Cef'sity of bC1InlCsnsk to go Ow.-I
wa:ringtilte dav, an I to pet urpIm*am
ti-:ica during the iniglht. Tile milI &I.a
1.ke extraorfitilAdry vluc(t of SwmP.R~oI
-.-i a'a-an reralas'i. It stands tIae bight.i
i-ar its wouklriul curls ofthtie most d1..-
'r vsbing casics. If youn nevil a mol~'icii~.t
'-U shoul. I [ave tile best. S('141 in druk,
-'' I ". II fty-Cs'nt and otae-dullsr sizes.
V (u ma-y ILA % CA sa11Pse W1t IC &a114' .


i".':.t'.a & Co.,
A 'I?, c ltittion til*tgis lctr iiiiadou't
iay t:i-t..&r, bit Tt remenilef the
Tile DT~r r. Kahm rs tA iamnP-kvvt. and
.W'" ..dret'.s, ii&~i;htuwtu, N. Y.


I" ta ALL CoUNre'vm.1



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a''r fa t -;
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a Tatil-
to '0 1.


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S I' i. i it .' it the 'fl r. t bl


; i\al aa th. t pri .1 -itin. f|'r C l n
.:r.-- to ,' t tha. -t- of March fol-
*'. !\ ii' al :! tI. f i f \ t .*n- tlm ra in -
:.,;i of th;e in cat.wr following-
n,'irly a \#ear naflatr-me'ets with a
s lifari-t of al,'ro;ial. Conrressinen
hot from the ballot box will be more
ke,-nly all'e to campaign pledges than
wh.-n it 1i timt- to build fences for a
re-*lection.

It is a significant comment upon
State-owned railways that the Aus-
trian government is compelled to raise
rates to avoid a deficit of $12,000.000.
and that business, which is already
suffering from the Turkish boycott, is
seriously disturbed. Government own-
ership is not quite so simple a remedy
for everything as it sounds.

Remember that there are eighteen
valuable prizes to be distributed to
successful contestants in the piano
contest in addition to the handsome
Instrument to be awarded to the can-
didate receiving the highest number
of votes. "Get busy" and win one of
them.

Work on the First Baptist church
in Palatka is progressing as rapidly
as possible. When finished It will be
one of the most perfectly appointed
Buildings of its kind in the State.


w. IM 4 0


G. S. Mer


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MoUNalO mhu. b ft


Staple and Fancy Croceksm

0,,Goa*% &W No Filb
WOUTHamso uIAsAIL. hI

KIfigh"muprfto eapW ifar A@bkm Ia m

Is om" @weas* hte. omw m ~IVm% b.ia so
sow "NeAl i3 W& e woft ftevowsm we
44 IA~g "lows.owisow=@"


Tampa & Jacksonville Ral 'w

irFpCIvz DWO. S, M. IS


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and -
cal points South........ ....... ......... 10:0-10
Returning, arrive ainesville .................. 4l p
Leave Gainesville for Sampeon City, Pulatsa,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North J:00
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 0 :10


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North, South, East and West




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l',ar ,1, *t.ailed iliforiom ittiol, rath. schedules and re-
,r'.atini-.t-, votir iit'areot Ticket Agent,
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Div. Pass. Agent, Trav. PmA. A
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seft" &@amains.
~ee ame bPanmoet.
tbeal lember copmpaie.
TbA Me~"Ithsils eburhe
brthand ormlsatias.
pb~rmb glleries
wgig-weekly newspalmr.

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One crate end basket factory.
One ilks' Club re~adng room
Agrienltural Experiment Btation.
Fire dreommaking erntablihbmits.
Ift1eal Odd Fellows* aniltarium.
Shree undertakl s establishnmntn.
T'o of the bet hotels In the li-
Swolesale g rasin and feed
wholesale gnroxry establish-
Satr "that bha made Galneeville
Sopera hose Into the t't
tlfde of Jacko nville.
A Oovmnment buill!ng soon t) he
WMMg d to cost when comepleed


vo- l tpezters. mtna '4nit. pnat rr
,tft. printers. ma-hlnilt a,! I.i
men galore.
More iles of paved street and
grc.solithic sidewalks thin any otL.:
ew In the Interior of the State.
ft. $a ndOOO court h o.uf4 h cilt of brick
sbr tone--. beautiful structure nd ,'
the lawa, flower beds. shrubbery.
Oglhderatel monument, etc.. surround .
I It. mske it a most attractive pic-


Q Vgift aW by tvrtue of a certain
4lee of foreclosure and sale
SI by the Honorable J. T. Wills.
S em the Circuit Court of the
Judteloi Circuit of Florida, in
ai & fr Aoerll eonsty, to Chancery
u LaM g the 10th day of December.
A. I, a certain ease pending
rNU -NM --i. W. H. ot aes



af B, tt! rnit nay wt Fraary, A.o D
P in s m e l u*g the uet Monday
d aM tha, d a the legal h-rs
n6 .d o e rse umrt SMU.
I a d bl svlbew, orMa that piece or
OW M t h% W o Itaste, ac s nd betag
ow PI y law 41 sertled Y. ftManal
sf69 as e m Quwos t et, cothence

n of ening; thence North
I 1MW w edfoeot; htWeste
moe nldred aMd dlxty-4ve (195) feet;
theme h fuorty-eeM (47) feet;
thiee e hm meo hmred and sixty-
iv (I(4) feet to pinee of beginning.
beug part of Ltt To (2) of W. L.
Oi% nrveya of the Town of Melrose
ito eetion Thirteem (13). Township
Mie (9)1, Range Twenty-two (22)
&HM peeperty wll be old as the
n--ty at O or" B. Ro** to satisfy
of foreclosure and costs.
T. B. ELJ8. JR..
Special Master.
CARTER & LATTON,
Complainat's SoUlcitors.
MOTIC"--HERIFr *ISALL


Notice is hereby given that under
Mad by virtue of an execution dated
December 29th. 1948. and issued out
of he Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty, Florida, upon a certain judgment
n tfvor of W. R. Thomas,. plaintiff.
and against Lydia Drake. defendant.
being directed to all and iingular the
sheriff of Florida, I. the underbigni-d
sheriff of Alachua county, Florida.
have levied upon and will sell at pub
He outcry before the court house door.
In Gainesville. Florida, on Monday.
the flrt day of February. A. D. 1 09.
between the legal hours of sale, to
the highest and beet bidder therefore
or cash, the following described lands.
taste In Alachus county. Florida.
towit:
Lot Number -- of Block Number
33. Brush's Addition to Gainesville.
Florida. aaid lot being described as
bollows: Commencing on the east
behndary lie of Arredondo street at
a potnt 135U feet north of the north
line of West Seminary street and ex-
Itending thence North 112 f'et alons
aid east boundary line of Arredondo
street; thence East 59 feet; thence
South 108 feet; thence Westerly 5.',
feet. more or less, to the point of b#-
at
her with the tun.-ments( and
aS nuances thereunto lounging
The same having beien levied upXn
"a the property of said Lydia Drake
to satisfy maid execution and eort.
and the lien of,said plaintiffs judge
ment upon said property.
L. W. FENNELl,.
Sheriff Alachua County. Fla.
T. B. ELIUS. Jr..
Attorney for Plaintiff

SUS CRFlOi FOR THE
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PIANO


AFFORD





INTEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard P

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 I

The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

sentatives of The R. S. Howard C

The Contest to be Conducted by 1

Beha of Bush & Safford.



$3,6550.00


One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be gi
residing in the County of Alachua who rec
number of votes between December 15th, 19(


April 15th, 1909


Additional
In addition to the Piano there will he issued y The


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'iano, and 18

Furnished by

Sole Repre.

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on a uew $4(0 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to lev used


as a first or initial payment on a I:ew Howard Piano.


These due ,ills


will be


given ill tlis voting contest as follows, to persomIs residing in Alachua County:
To the first six ceiC the t t Sthe highest vote, ue hi for each for....... $200.00
To the ccml siux recving the scut I et te, a diuh for ach for ...... ... $17511.0
To the next six rectivg the next est e, a d hi for each for....... 8150,00
These due Ilill niay Ibe used by the winners or can Ie' disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see tit, and will be worth t' ,ir face value u11pon t-he pur-
chase of one of these neww pianos.
In the eveitt of a tie for any lprike offered, a prize -iniil::r in all respr,-t- th- irt-


to will Ie given each of those tieilng.
I-I


How and Where to Get

.- Votes -
The following merchants will give one vote
Wor every cent paid Into their establishment for
goods which they handle:
The aineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Teach.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establihb-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The.
Sun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest DIpartin. nt of The S'.ni.
Gainesville. Florida.


rTIEiE


$1.2b-Tbres months'subwcription ...


Rules and Rei
1. The contest Is open to
Alachua county who Is known
of the contest or vouched for
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or
prietors of the above-nametd fi
participate in this contest, and
no manner.
3. In the e.ent of a misunde
candidates or others lntereste
much eonitruvTersy may be ref
doctors of contest, who alone
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate
draw from the race, such can
allowed to tranbfer (ots to thb
candidate In tle cun'e-t.


iulations
anyone living in
by the conductor
by some reputable
relative of the pro-
rms are eligible to
will participate in
erstandhilg between
d in th:- intest.
erred to t,,? con-
e are the perouufs
e decidte- ti ,t'h-
didate % il not be
e credit f another



New ot..ub-,""rs
500 votes
1,200 votes
3,500 votes
30,000 votes
30,000 votes
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400 vota
.. 4,000 votes


the proprietors
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11 %-ubeczber
400 votes


$2.50-ixz months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes
l'herv' i- 1 no lin, it to tthe nulilliber of c .I .It't cliti tallt iiniiy

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SU


$1.00-One year's sabscription........ ...


For a club of five oue.year utcriptions ....................... .
'I'Lur,. i- ,i>, lii it t,, tti w inm l,.r o? f.1 1,- ,-.-a l conte-tanit itm \"

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THE DAILY SUN: OAUNESV'ILLY. iFLO~RhIDA. .IANTARV 12. 1909


pOFTYAND
41F I' CONDENSED

ol GgNERAL INTEREST
IY SUN REPORTERS.

Happened and What Is Go-
a Happ*n--Personal and
aII ItemS of the City.

I WO ticket at Rutherford's


ls Ions at club rates. Prof.
XgMeard of 'Waldo wtas in the
By.
W. 3Ily of Waldo was a visitor
dLy yesterda.
Sbony. ver' fine or!y I' c, :it1
Sanders & Earle.
Florida honey In frames. 1V.
ii-wd. Saunders & Earle.
attention paid to ladles'
g imtherford's Restaurant.
SgVyl1 tUmblers to select from-
lUp1s. Saunders & Earle.
I. Morton of High Springs was
S he visitors to the city yester-

lis, cleaning, tailoring, re-
First-class work and prompt

best show in the country for
ea ts is Gaine. vllh.'s Electric

I ber. youni I htdh':, t the
ble v'e,' iiig r,-ort is the
Theat'4
C. Dan' f \Waldoi o'i', of the
ts of that Ilace,' was a visitor
d1 city ye ".t, -1 *y
V OGertrt.'Ml M r. of IP.latka is;
the %1 it' r' t t i t ,' (tI tnh
" of fMrs. .1.. \ T"'(I h
JL. J. Tin- vy 1 It '. sti r, !.v for
"30 Florid:a in tl< ii.t'r t -t t l
i n ol vi I -* itr .r vvt-


CLd~ir Key ,. .yt, r.-. da, and m-hi.
at l ll!i< rfor't I ,'.-' a r ,; (
F 3 lli.her. ,n Il.i ,n a s -s 1
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ITr..I. Ii. W kikm-. e:a-li, r of tI..
i'atank of Mlicai.oiv, a.% a %isltor to
lh .' cit> % .rc ;>
Itarg iaiis in ctr.rockry. Rhio t' tin,
and Hta \erlin china; a nice hlot o .-to
l-ct from. Saunde.rs & Earle.
Ilarnard Hlodges of High Siprings
wa In the (tity yesterday. He is the
night yard engineer at that place.
Pure apple cider delivered to any
vart of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Frinciaco. Phone 223.
W. 8. Howell and son. Dewey. of
Bland. were among the outside visit-
ors to the county capital yesterday.
A high grade of moving pictures for
tonight's exhibition at the Electric
Theatre. Costs only ten cents to see


them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Allison. promi-
nent I)ople of the Micanopy section.
'vre among the visitors to the city
y.estrday.
C. W. Summers of Trenton. county
'imissilone.r of that district, was in
city yesterday looking after some
I1 ite'ss matterss.
(Geo. P. Morris and wife left yester-
day for Jacksonvili,. where they go
on a combined business and pleasure
trip of a fe"v da>'-.
I hav, turnede d a fir.,-cla-s tafanir
.11d i uill h in a ipo itionii to ihai..ll
.11 alt, rati 'i- n.d repair work Cha-
i-lli.. 2-':: \\": t .Main stro.ot, -, lht
TIl,, \\, n!.a.u': M i.~- i ari I',ni ,n of
'he I Fir-t 1:a'ti.-t

.t hkets .. .. .' "\ "' ,- 1t.: \ tl,er r- re.' i 'i ed to p re'--
l. st d.t. t pil it l. In I-, i '. '-i S It Phif,.r. wife and children re.
Sldon'.t t 1'. I u n .t. turiin,'d to IHigh Sjprings yesterday. af-
ypewriter ribbons for salt at this t.r arc oinian:ing 'he remains of their
4i. The best on the market. Only iinf.nt. Sam. to Micanopy for inter-
0inty-lve ce-ut- All c ,l'irs ail forI !:;i.nt
ai en all standard niachliti.-u There Is nothing more refreshing
I. M. Dati. ,f t'.. fir .. ,: Il:ti than a glass of pure apple cider. I
41 OUveI6 hi- goni. 11 Tee'. -' sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol-
Si to purcLha-. <.i c*, ... A lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
S*ts entterpri-i;., I *- h ,hone
S u SMrs. S. A. Swails of Fort White.
U be" Minlii ahil (' i S.,.... t ..,
3 ho has been visiting relatives at
retive itoni 1:!i,.. of Ala lua V. acahoota. and her daughter. Mrs.
9We visitors to th. 'ity ,u:.,la t. ,t,,Ip-
V'. G. Ramr..ey. in this city. returned to
N with their .i,-ter. M1r.-. Ira Woll ..
Mrs. Frank Clark and daught.-r. Never can tell %hen you'll n.:a-h a
Ahs Hartriett r. ttire'.d yt.-t. rda% linger or .uffe r a cut bruis, bmi urt Ir
lM Washingtonl antd Uill spl-'nd thI Ia i. Ite, I,re,,i:ar.d Dlr Thomas'
SIialader of thi t iiiter at their horin ue i .t ric Oil instantly r.lietes the
b this clt m la-qui(kl c(ur,.- the- uound
Mr. and Mr:- Itoarduian of ilagu' (; A. Bleach of Floral City, who has
hud throi.z ctih y(t -tercl Ir ,n tin the 'it) for t h, l.:t. t tvo du1 .
altr home aft r ha.ig -enlt Sunday g l- futl, returned ye.-terday
9*1 the f;,aT. ef A1. K 1!, t a i .
... h air e- t I, l... l.- ., I, t.l..r- 'til. t (I

S IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN. I you want to become the proud
4we 1 l~: ..-esIor of a home by paying month.
Mitt.., ., r t, ly la..talwmnts in amounts Less
e are e' .At*:'I ",i C... .
,:- .: : r v .. I'han ient. you can do it. Consult
.e-, r i. r. '.A,',:,, .r I.* s. It C ,,l-.(u and be con ilnced. Call
b, drLa. .o.. .. 't or rite to me. 114 West Main Street.
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THIS ('(tt( ~ N N 'I (I 4 )It .l-"F lt JA N. 16.

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OQTEES


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BARGAINS


Fr wts" Se hp 3
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G. L. Thompson returned yesterday
from Ocala. where he haa been for
the past two days on a business trip.
Mina Lucy Ford. an attractive young
lady of L.)uchburg. Va.. is among the
\iKitors to the city. the guest of her
friend. Mlis Irene McCreary.
0. 8 SpurloNk. formerly of Waldo
hut now re -idinx in Alabama. Is on a
blri.f \ i.it to his Kister. Mrs. F. M
l're-v Itt lHe %Il leaie today for his
lh tilse,
Miss Annie Car'y. chief operator
for the Southern [lell Telephone. with
headiluartterT in Jacksonville, is In the
city lookijig after the affairs of the
localI el' lichal
Mr1- F W King and children, who
'a im l'eii bji-,lndiing theL past two
,.,.ei..- in tLe' (ity i) titng the former's
,.:ir. nt- ('ol. aid Mrs. G K Itroome.
. 1 *. I Ii ttt !ri honie )e t-terday.


I' 'l' %.v h)ho 11 l, e'eti elit
tc~ Ihe eat aw-ersil V. e.kaetto i~t?-
I,' Tc'.a'-. hats retureel too the' (it).-
flie #. it attout- timue etg~igee It, tilee
A iI.4 iii~iKDulinoe'Aib here- jilt! t" a :-tiIc-
-'it ric;er
Additional Short items onm Page Tawe.


GREAT


AT WILSO


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The greatest values in Muslin Underwear ever shown in Gaine,

ville-no sweatshop goods, but every garment made under mot

sanitary conditions. Another opportunity will be given you th

week to buy the garments ready-made at les than the matm
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Woun I3d


each for good Corset Covers w'th 25c
pair for good quality Muslin Draw-
ers, wide ruffle, worth 25c.


l2g pair for Drawers worth 35.-wide
ruffle, lace-trimmed.


25
256
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25.


for Corset Covers worth 39c.


for Gowns worth 50c.
for Drawers worth 50c-fine cam-
bric, wide rutties.
for guo< MtiiiU L'.uIdt-,kirt w't i6'5C
for hlort Skirts worth 5&k'.


cost .

lig for beautiful lace-trimme Cora
Covers worth 75c.
$ge for lace-trimmed Gowns worth 78.


ISt for Underskirts worth 71. *
$1.1$ for Gowns worth double.
S$. for lace-trimmod Skir !'Sth I1$*
$1.25 for fine Cambric Skir, wide hm
stitched ruf-a SO2.00 vag.

$1.25 for fine Cambric Skrt, i
broidery ruffle-- aL.00 val, ,1


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Note the marked reductions. Every garment at these prices is new:
Lredud to ... 1 M N.0 ( l0ks redeed to ..... 0.S $1.O0 Caks A loedl i
. re ded to $4.00 *10. Cleaks realmed to *7." Thic b agt 3 q"%
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---EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
5o dozen Ladies'i Black Hose, "Black Cat" brand, 25 and 35c values, Ib $1t ,
12-Button Kidl Gloves, an extra good glove for 8.00, Special ........ .... ..I
1-lButton Kid Gloves, our best $3.50 glove, Special at ....................... I'


Phone 109


Chas. Ellis, cleaning, tal'orint and
repairing.
Japanese ware-very suitable for
wedding pretisntt. Come and take a
look. Sauide.rs & Earle.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure ichllA, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price t'c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
One dollar sill give. you ten een-
ings' teJoymen>t at thie KFlectri" Thea-
tr'. or fitve it )ou tA.ke' our s aeet-
lie.s With )Iju.
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IFirst National Bank


GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


Established Over Twenty Years
('Capital, $110,.00.00 Surplus, $50,000.00
IMTEI STATES DE Mf

....We Solicit Your Business...


Jam. M. foraliSam, Pn


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CLOAK SPECIALS
Thle extrnel.v nwihl d winter has left us with too many Cloaks.


MRS. R. WILSON


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