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 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01545
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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(IAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. WEDNLES!. '. JAANIAY 13. 190)


TEN CKNTS A WEEK


SMS THAT


NEILL R ME,'FRED ,GOV. PATTERSON'S PLEA


91 COHBTTED WRONG
E COI TED WRONGCOMPANIES PRESENT HIM WIT,-!
HANDSOME GOLD SIGNET RING.


M PH His ReM to Token Came as Great Surprise to Ex.
Chief, Who Doubly Values the


mdlii hmoowlL


Present fr Them.


IS FOR LOCAL OPTION


"Prohibition is Wrong," Says Tennessee Goverm

In & Special Message to Legislature.


He has exerted all the power of the
Goverment to destroy me. but I feel
that I stand unscathed because If all
other arguments fall to convince men
the character for rectitude, truthful-
noes and honesty which I have builded
;u the sixty-one years of my life would
at least be my bulwark. Men whc
have always been clean and honorable
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do iot suddenly bet'Ue itars an
S attention hypocrites at sixty-one without an)
f* i tMhe bl". necessity.
Private gallerles Reeevelt Comes Later.
fN (r tUll empacty by "Later on in the messlon, it i, n.y
aD the mats and purpose to devote some time to, brirn
without the eD- Ing Theodore RIo).4-vvlt face to f.i.
i of l 6t s i and women, with his true -eif aRid let the 1""'. 1'
W= Sdlgiglon. stood for of the I'nited State.. .ee what chliar
Bin. vably hoping to seter of n:an ti: % ha\ iiea.i '- ho b. 1I
lo tdow'ni, ito. For the Ipre-ent I u.in"
1t* s speech. which had mvy.vif aitli a,;,~p ing to him th-;;
Sadvaaee, Mr. Tlman ation roim 'p>< nrpc-r's lFairy v Qi,
ptt d brief rearks, lit ra-nge.,s t:rughiout tl, ~,
wA world. wi:th r 1I. the re *:,y L.._
ws empeed and deaire.. .....'. ... (At lt.i ht- i
'a hvi ing aliade nliy o 0 w i. r ,re *;nirti ,.!:i I 1
'I wld tat By batter, o, ,i ai.,,; and Iihiig nil ki .
I do not feel th..t t* i i '.y* b Ilamn.wourthy or lirn( ,ni'.
Is a m~wuc t for the doul '. ."..' are free frnmi thits att ok l!i.
i a y~teS have wariie. i.r,. -, iither ht i' varieded it n nor tC,,
iwge4axiag myself. One :cutle jewt. but rends and tears with-
VOWt" sad best satlments in ,out regard of I wr-on r.a,.-:nt or ti:..c
l &fe iti frolm Tenny- When Mr. Tilln'.u (,,i I lad. d hi.
n marks there -a-. nno further ,-1' ,tn-
l amthr will never make of alIplau.-e. the iier.-spr,..' I :
'"im 461a.' admonitshed tht o-;....t t,
dl6llWdSt M ven in a glass leries ag.ain.-t nI.g : '. ,.
eve a gkass floor In it tion. Mr. Tillman ., ., 'r .
i iL ember the old adage. by a numb. r of I,','ri"' r':" "

Free School cf StcI-o jrplhy.
If there ar tIi -,W ('t .'f '

I I AR CT I ALON 1 '1"r ,1!4 .'
ithe at, Iof I a 'i
,lXW YORK. Jan. I:l.-llarry \ViT. ire tI, tak. 1 k',, ,
Radlort, A explorer. 1 .,I .' I t 1 .
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a few days to explou,. t': : ir, at i., ,t t
i alone frot m lii t .'* y .' 0 1 1l A. ;.'ii J, .11., s
elsedW to nEdmonton. Albl-lt;i. wlh< ,a't; iHuin T. li. I'
AJ wI l coatluuia ie his jourie. ; : >\ '1.' 1 i lt. *. .


E. A. O'Neill was the recipient
Tuesday from the old member. of
the two fire companies of a had.-o::;e
old gold signet ring ahich icame as a
great surprise to the ex-chief who had
handled several serious conflagrations
while in the discharge of his dutit.L, as
chief of the %olhontits r liSrhe 1'I arzizuent
here.
The iIr silnt was accompanied by
a comnmnunivation from t he ienimbers.
.4n10 I (>i0 t oi t i((e of tth t:.. :'> i>
a!, 'q( :1hil'led w iti th '* I .'!. <> II it
until it w% ;s tt.in,'d jt r to M r. ) .- 11

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NAS1IVIISI4E. Tenn.. Jan. 12.-Advco-
catt's of State-a ide p~rohibition in Ten-
ue-ee are freely p~redicting that such
lt'gi'-kt ion v ill be enIacted by both
houwPs of the' Legislaturt- Prohibi-
tion bills have apasaed second reading
In both hous.esa and the t wo commit-
tee% on liquor t raffic. aftur a 111.1s
eceit ing. and large 'iy att''tiled joint
hearhig of argnanif oii- f~or Pud axaiiit.
voted to iot- f'iwcralily the Nt1%Iw-
fobrt tlseiii. l'ik- bliii art, 'oslilt rji~trt-
1heii, .i% ha-I 1-- u 1-n.- W :... it. 'geln-
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wrong an a governmental Piolicy and
dovi not aceonliclish the result boped
for.
liHe a-adid t % iolates th.' i'laljest and
mm-at obv bus rule. Iindi idual acticm
anti jerssom~al frt-edorn. He declared
t!,zit t h~e' Iie or t)of-uv ('of l'quor
hota Id 1;e Ilft t.) the- lndmi idual. Hpm
r.-%*- % 'd the Iezla'.i- .tion liv States on
this --ul1Jsei t, des It"iim-g that States can-
iltt pr F1. Is!.@- tisiaifm itarteof liquor
illohn aiS'r t~it' :1d w:-ts1i1 ?11ihnh!t froma
otho r Sx. -- lie e41-, :.,r. A fisr~m-r that
witil thu rint. d :S', c- -f. rlids the
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husdisi pounds of c* .
expeiits, to trawlkill"' ),A!;'1,
saile.' t ald ;o() -j .I -1,1 t 11
to his solitary aianderingt.
Mg(. Dajord aIIIa% t 1F5'.t1h jblsI I-,git
~uh.regions iiude Klot-94-W11401
animls, i. e will ((Jileittattid.,l''..
*&peclinmS for a 641t-ltific iiimatt in
and ffhe amcruwi rus i ptogr&1j-ill.
explorerhas niw'.er '.i1mthdib..,
heist. sand avii lhi~a~v nit, 414 1,-n
tirely oem Lhv convaljiaui'of Ithc fit
yiano and EQIMAUtin.auwith ai..t 4.
OWd laaguasige, he is. ot fanitAIILar
A&. Radford bas letters a LIisiugshims
m4 ackfrom President kHoiw%.e'..5
AROiblobo Farleyianl aujuul.:iju.
'Asisuft societies.

Netidiag Ther Cotton.
Tam Cato of Alachua ia~is in tit..
city yesterday. 114,- t a-.. ..it1. I:.-1It
wo f-ar not marke~tedtd 5: qItimi,#a
W his last )eAr 4'44'. .,1ttt.
Abbmii ie swathr of j.4atit't .r. I
'Um.are In the i sit fix l1~ 1it. rik
bs claims vis far' tou It)*. aimi .iith~su.;.,t
aere bas been some )Ietit' I4It.4- I.1 1,1, I
he doies not look for a444.4.ii)iiii,.,I
I"* place for asu. m.- ir V1., ,III
eMabie the farmers, to dialpute tf lithca
Amdlamgsa4 a jeruit

S-eekMedv*e Adjeurned Meeting.
The stuerkhe'dwrs of The Lhuttou
hiaah met Tavisday in regular st-saonit
ha ovins to thy dvath ut l'r.*ldeati
Tboa@ s mothr the mt%,tiug &assad
)einsd auntil mewat rriday. at wbhic
Urn th &e regular velectiounuf uofficers
W tw l o.placie.


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Of PluW Portraits of Gen.

Vkfp. U. C. V., and Lew
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00 ezuelsyuinathe University-

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We solicit your
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GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


AMUSEMENTS ScOtts Emulsion


COMING ATTRACTIONS.

how Baird Theatre.
Thiug Aro-rrooum, V,#oi,utrs-7hei
IAikri~a fINE IfP7MtiIt,' 1
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(rw~ing .Twr.m 11ls.1'. *I.;eyeI 0O..s"'-
4y (hnqpaay, fEu'i~id'1.
Electric Theatre.
,VoMofnng AI'%urfeerta4 iih afterumm
and migot, o, xf Id Sunday~.
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The Pickerts.
The Pour Pickerts and Comimnny
app nWl I W.-o a larger ami%-nov uat
te New Baird Theatre lart uight than
Oa the preceding evening. and "The
eminary Oirl" was splendfdly lpre-
seMted, each of the eleven characters
*teentr.g their resp -ctive parts in the
usual clever manner which Is charace-
terlistc of the Pickert troupe.
A number of very clever soecialths
were latrodueed between the acts. T.'e
The musical and dancing numnibr t' v
Mr. Pickert and daughter and .'r.
Whippihr. tle charaier pketrh,.es 1
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THI THREE PICKERT SISTERS
W lI~P I Appear With the Pickert
Company at The New Baird
Theatre Tonight.
Mr. Contuor and the illuitrat.( d taitg-
by Mr. Val C. Cleary have (contribut. .!
much to the company',s popularity in
Galneqville
This afternoon "The Man from Sac-
ramento" will be the offering at a
-peclal mnat.utt-. for th lal;, .- u:.
school children.
Tonight. a% the clo-ig IbIl o(i t llir
engagement htre,. ~ill lt i r. i -,,t. i!
.i %*-r\ catchy andil itty fare'- ( "The N1.Mitu ot the- lIrowi' ,Ii !
thw larv.4-st h ll i-, Cl- vi, V, ,. % i ill h,,
houbt I. I Ite.- ee tt to ij it


Electric Theatre.
Atle titiutaiii a!!,d It# Oirh ,N. '
+i-t it rv I-i '.I.e Itit I d& t tI. 3l iE!v t. r -w 'T

r I Iie i~i I a I P m o-om.. o v ii': I t i., I I,
cei'en c93. uliar-tc t #-r .Wt) # I t I II
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"Charley's Aunt."
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of hot Ilit.,ttile '. s i 114 ii 3..in
S, VA -034 ci! to 1-1.t % t:1 i '1

31110 it. it I I
Stomach Trouble Cured.

LA Ii oIS 4I t ~Iii t-1., aiitl I i.r 'L~di ot Mi:
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haiti d t'hgtulp ai Ia -rolt ia..icI, ta Il(I .I %cr
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DAVIS SELECTED TO
DELIVER BRYAN VOTE


WILL BE DELIVERED TO PRESI-
DENT OF SENATE IN MARCH.

All Mea.bers Electoral College Pres-
ent But Geo C. Martin of Brooks-


villeI-Bloxham Elected Inslead.

Col. Robert lF. I)at~i[-ret :ar-at'ul rei'
Tall..ha-.a.e T ue,-~day i3.I afite I
ha'. lug attemaad.- tit,. o~ ii t Ill-
4tittAtral eollci4 iil l 01 .1t
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C M a r tin! ifb -%i '.' :c '-i t:.. '. 1
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14th ridont Tfakeifthe RnIsk. ,
asen h i1) ha'. t l'dc.tl rioi
gILJ11041 l.'t it rJ \% i, 1; uni l it e
w ilith clix-.4!!:vb L. li-'.o d* rtbjl
fientd, and ~a-k cC 1l"c-c1 C 3Ia ut-,''
Dtte~teIon'tTiethde .Ritsk.d~.-
When-f )(mm Ilaa~a%@ -il 1 tighnnr eti'.
(10 n d U10 'itof thato!g i lrIart.tilitI).
into a'nda.-d to al j'rtfof I..- t : ti
i~t the attd tio an i foreign c iii:1,4
rid o itat~ iii kt1Lli~mnCUr'zjmC
aend od-. iA you sC431 fore it i~i-.ii.o
re~ef. Front sa ll t It4 -i'.t t g z
343 all a rid .e o hi ltp rai iII
--itntereto. all ntertaiso entL.U.0I
4tthu an'-d t* .iany foreignuia:li
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For City Marshal.

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Too Much Face.
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I ut j. I ii i l t,f h i I..

I ii. IIl~:~Ilie Ow.- %"a d 1i Per 3lo i
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11ii "'i t i, o id .411 jialtt Solcid by W

An ad%. -rctizli~g Buds the best Emjrkvt
forl v % ot r) tI, u I. g It Irv %by uot fur ) our


#ILSON WILL MOVE

TO LARGER QUARTERS

4AS LEASED OLD HYDE BUILDINC
FOR NEW STORE.

improvementss t#ow Bre.g Made to
Conform With New Ps&r.--Tv.o


is for coughs and colds as
well as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
and strengthens at the
same time.
Don't wait until you get
Consumption or Bronchi-
tis. Get Scott's.
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. h1 to; ( 1*,s k 'rw i a art, -. at I ;I
,llt hili toles' ilititid of Oi it a; in th, pa i-t
The, old ll.l n balldidg hap. I .,* n
,aseed for a t,.run of .'iarf and a forte,
if men put t') work t,) r.m-d. nil 1 h
late ai.ld in every way; ma':., It U;,' -
late and moditrn ftir thi' leaningg.
which 111 occur about the fli-.t of
Fvfhruar5.
Mr. Gardner. the manager. wai t.*'-n
ruesday and said that ainmong tihe tea-
tures of the new store will be a ladies
read)y-to-w tar department, which will
.-omniare. If not excel. anything to be
found in the State. All ready-made
moods will be carried. Including a line
if Wtr dresses. waists. etc.. and the
new place will lR, (-deuoted to a general
line of dry g4ood atnd notions.
The old building will bet used for
thi. carl-'ts. matting and h.-atlr
n.Ods. anid under the new arrange-
:inni.s tlit y will I- ati:,!( d to carr3
i it'.h greatC r a-sortnrhil-t of -istock


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HYOME

CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchi,. Croup, Coughs and Cold&, or
money back. Sold and guaranteed by
J W. McCOLLUM A CO.
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- DEBTS COLLECTED
ANYW'-EP~k[
TIRID FLOOR
DIAAL BOSLefllS6
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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Gainesville, Florida.


A Bij 3-Days' Silb

Jan. 14 at The Malut CWh SUW
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Souveoirs, SheelP, um,~


and Picture Frames .....


106 East Litrt. Str L
GAuISVILL M FLW


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Oa Easy lastaHsibN

ALL KINDS OF SUPPU1S

Machines for hd
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ARUSESR INTER

GREATER INTEREST;


Katherine Hafle Is


Aga Iin N Lead.



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tfitilo back ini thc 14 !0l. 'rihe
Dupree a clo.,.se's'oemil %I i-
Ellis. as Wm~al. Jillc'i tp a 1eig
and bridges tbe gal ) betweceii her
th leacieF a gruat dval. IN Iiss'
to now only 111*'-"T behind thec

rglIowing is the standing of the


Katherine Halle. city. .
Besale Dupree, city......
SDrian Ellis, city ........
M. Daughtrey. city.......
Nasale Dickinson. city...
Alma Fennell, city......
gt Jessie Evans, city ......
ii Florrie Strickland .......
h Julia Carter. city ........
A. Groff. Newberry......
I A. Strickland. Waldo .....
Mary McCormick. city....
SE. Stringfellow. Hawthorn
Estelle Beal. city........
L Ware. High Sjrinigs....
Mabel Sanches. city ......
lm Minnie Shawl. Alachua. ..
I Emma Hudson. city.. ..
Annie Ieville ..........
K. Carlton. Micanopy....
Nell DaCosta. city.......
Ulale Sheppard, I ll. ....
Alma Sullivan, city ......
Goldie Lamtntrt. cit)y....
AUll McDonald. city....
A. W. Sargent ...........
Ruby Albright .
L. Sanders. Hawthorn .
M. Pernandz. city .
|b Katie Mae Cart.er.. .. .
ilI Elvina St.if. \ al: .
ste HHoward


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10M What th-it I-
'Quite righ'.t, i:!' he- r

OW thne as4 I. ten4a. I i.ct1 'e ~.ra-

M wu uan Up. kept t11e' Mlklii shuilt.
W tIrgma ade r~ziele' her t W hi iii. s
MG a little atter 112. But. sw.eitl'-:ua'
I Utnt fesI, the tllyie. I ca.s m1ale the.
NWS as dark ass I il'.ii.' Iut It T'.a-Wt
Mke the batty ale-ep a rulnute Liter
If Usual. nl4 w~cti-ii %e' wa~ke%~ up
hi7t It cEweIoe preattys ('Itwwd te) twlisr
1Mlnw. and~ my wift' L!14'%%.-.4 It ';.,;I
bftIa he adodud n,4 he' leImed hiim-
4W Out. "A ju~ke it n rule' van oet h''ni:e
h~ft the battly wake". It'a t!.e t-.l.


A Dog Story.
At G fartmous. at~ Ahl(- %%ebu have
bN SUintng a terrier. Ri'ught. share-s;
Oh"5 hiss waslers* tirit tareak? 1st.
SObroead andc~ cream ue~o~~t~ti
Oft0 tell. Three' cormers hee lorenitk
49and gtv" too lteugch %sh- eAts the
ontwo). 4off Oiwe Mit 11. lee'vka the.
48.af then ecarried the' 4 ruiot 1-i

I *Id %U tiue the ft'whn air#- klapi
a t the' uite niitwats her frit i,eil air

~t.Ia UiIs hiarks tl.iciij 4-'IT % ille



A Tremendous Task.
7 4o.lt U a rt N'iteni t ., at 1)41) lu'aA
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*e-th ar t'amp ernio) Whatt I
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THE I 1 )11.Y SI'N AIN 8 S IL ,P. FIIIIA.. JA. ARY 1:3. 1li.it



Rf mTnTAl DISTRICT KNIGHTS


ni ILU IUIAL


LOSS OF H-IR


Fever f1s H L ci' T


Out


THICKER THAN EVER
THANKS TO CUTICURA


HOLD CONVENTION

VF'T V.'iTH '. 1"NT VERNON LODGE
LN TSD-\V E\EINC


T t- e,re f r c Afprr,-.-
a '. j V" cmr Erde in E'e-
.int BEn.oir et and Spre.ad.


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S w-tiil -tit l a .'alv. I -t: t'-i! t'o Ii-,' a
d: ,',r'ifTf e ir. to n, I Tf. t ha' vr.
A.l I ui-,l a ';'iir n< i, .-*,vi .ratai m*n q til*
fe"''. ~tilh '11A li .. a, |ith.'r \i .tl Ir
it ". l- itce a < t I f th- f,.v. or r'i
st< .allp .l...i-, I don't know b t I hail
a tis.nllv l.-t Iri', ef avin anyv hair att
all. I euhil Irtui-h it off IA.- ,ltat Iv ttihe
hanitfil. It I g.t A laIal that I f'lin t
n',-l i to cwin it any more in faNt I
was afraid to. Mv l rothe'r. who had
uld the (Cuticura ieme-lije with atia-
faction. advi,-.,t me to try them. After
un tw two eakett it Cuticura S'.ap and
nearly a box of Cuticura Ointment. the.
chang. was surprising. My scalp is
now clear and healthy as could be and
my hair thicker than ever. wh'wr.li six
months a o I had my mind madl *.ap to
he bald in a short time. I will have a
ph ot.'aph taken later and *end vou
one. WVilliam F. Stie, ..i 2 Bread St..
Pittaburg. Penn.. May 7 and 21. '0W."

Warm haths with 'utkcura Soap and
gentle anointing with Cuticura Oint-
nment. amsiste*- when neceyarv by Cuti-
cura Itevolv-nt (liquid or pili). afford
irntant r-lief in th,' mo.st dintres'ingf trmns
of itching, burning. ealy. crusted hu-
mnirP.,e-asemas, rah*,. inflammati' nA. ir-
ritations and chaflng. t4 infancy and
childhood, permit rest and ile'ep and
o)int to a eeas-vly and permanent cure.
nthe majority of casew, when all other
rnwtm'dier fail.
rut new. 'sp . R.wtaiM.
ON1k i. .ld 4 Ci
thru.ih, rt lh'I I r..I I',l.-w I tw A I'Aulm (' p.
5ue*l P( "f't (.'ml'Ui .Ave n latwlO4 U
asM c.'Loumrura uk ua b ltmJ .


WHEN YOU WEEP.

The Way That Tez-s Act Upon the


ri'rl.-. juloisli~tic s $ it-e cjt,'r fti tis re-
tuirel':. I''.' h~t-ntitVi.:e v~ieI ein- yi Vi f
i v i sart. t ue'!I v4 ba 't c liu ', i 't th t


s'rr '' -4': ta ii I or i I tal it i;'. ''tslie

'Pit, is.' r hc-"4iii e iblc's ir'n t-s. bl

a.A..r Ili~..e a'


,. ~ ~ ~ "' (.:I" (Ia' I` '"ii 11V. 11 "ei4 t iv

ttr.~t ::ieol --it- :n-.-t~ilt.5M-4ca t eift..'
1-Y hI...~~ail~: u?. o:,I,,Lairlihist lWhboaen
tar--.it I., di- *the' I- i ,t'ol ia.
tr wzn u i. lstlaaa ij- '1-4- ii- i 'ce 'of S il Co, of





caflt fream ecryin- cacv-i-taatm:III. The'act
oef erring F,'lle-vtcta their lriltus. The
--vne may' i 1,4'-,Ktii slwit h re~tlmwct tec
tn-~n...
The joretwfe,-*aa-r IhIIAe'a l-w explal.i55 s i'A
Iuli~iter S attiatliC. lir t'aaeit ee-4 hft -ar'
totit the' exlIminatlaal is t'a, jtitithui':a'


Scientific Spanking

'u~-':'.'lf I''Ib-htiSe ut nt.Iy U41
-ithink Mth.t aili vrlugicimlntie
it Tn' it W wi V iiu]c l ale' e r--. liti~k
for jiillsCT -ta or erwei~ .if
$,etolta e fistlidclthem g itio tit#- baby
\V~cta, (r..e-ain V.rrinitugc'e asthe'
o -,1ii c :-at* it it i i fi te r ting I ta lic U o r n -
,At l4111 ko pit lhuigrY An tJ aill
t l* t i l, P !- .tItil t') 1.1e 6 'I S. 1 11


Reavbn P~r Worr,
#-f t. r Otil't

el lc .h.' C i. 'a.' t


Ti~wro';r e-.t f, 1%ka 1-4er,,o it% wli:, Wa -ul

ttiecy 1Ive 1-. e- -~. eersa'


better Stir up oLor Liver a Litt e
Nut tu)O much, just a 101ck, juit t n.ugli to st ort thie bile nice~y.
O)ne of A)-krl% Pills ait bc~1im.: i all 5,vu necTd.Thcw cpifs awt
hr.ectly on tht ielvei. Ma#tt5' t'li treatment of constipAtion.
biI' oubflcMi.d) peI'M.I h.J~. 'A u "r dcKt or ifhe k nows


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ir t tr i t )\r,
S.*1 r ', i l K iilahliit. atIil the
:,, ,I; i a rillhiI l .- pr .'
*.a .,'-,r *r- on IS l' ,. tliy night
l rt Irain 11 t;** diff,'re'nt loedg-''
r ir, -* t t.4 ,Nw.,,il that the' ortld r ha.,
iitr,.a-ed 1 at rapid rat, aillthin the
l';ast few nioniths. notwithstanding
the hard tlnims. and many interesting
talks wer n made by the delegates re-
lating to the urd r.

Cause of Fatty Heart.
There great danuer from obesity ties
In the lialhlity of tile fat to invade the
cellular elements of the body. especlal-
ly the muscles. This produuem fatty
degeneration of the muscular tiases.
which greatly weekend and Impailt
their functional activity. When the
fat Invades the tissues of the heart
rri., les the l-pdisc!e known as fatty
dte.enernattn of the heart" results, and
th" pnti t-:t Is in writ us danger. When-
ever a slight additional strain upon the
ctru-latlon results from undue exer-
cL'.* excitement or other cause the
rnuwlesi Interfere with the heart's ae-
tion. and it Is liable to cease beating.
Anaemia anal hysteria often are accom.
panlmenti of oloesity. BEranuoe iof the
Increased weight and difficulty of
moving atlut such patients are pre-
vented from taking an ordinary
amount of exercise. Often, too. there
are a lassitude and a positive dislike
ftr muscular exertion of any kind.-
What to Lat.

'rom Medicine to the Drama.
The' t.ai:l.r part of Victrien Bar-
dcu's e"varer iwas I'tset wvlith many
tri.ls mtnitl dil:i,-ultl us. HisI parents
wsl.hed hin to take up ua iedli'al ca-
recr. nand he lw.;ian his stulliks with
~nrue zeal. The love oof the drama,
hbwe-,ver, w'ts ,:ir greater than the
love of th .' i1.ll Ir. unald In the inte'r-
v::l iof the' otih.r w-,.rk arlou was
liui-V Yl iin a.1 ilayv l.if. was a truig-
'' *f r l. :i. fr i.e hi:d Ith:!e moni y,
,h 'i h.e r' ,:.: ,,,: l ti ~e;*t j<.urnallstle'
%,,'rk to i Fi ',,"i c it li.s lT,rt le ir' nic'. 11i., first pilty n lis a failure.
.r .ll s.ir l. ru-!!' I fr,, i thi tIh. waterr
., '. :e .r c iir i f o!.' PLt' li. 11"
f 'l s rl. i Iil 1 '. v is iur-.'-el ack t.,
he ilt!h y M'Il. I Irr,- urt. iiu ac-
tre-s, w'lo Iell i I n il.'r lI-lw, and
frmin that ti .. Li.' 1 ,L.a. waas made.

A Friend In Need.
About half inti hour hbad been ex-
ptided Iby the bishful youiing man in
a w.ries of advances and retreats, and
little Joliuny's crninped wmtion be-
hind the w lfs wats becoming some-
what iaainful.
"' wish I dared" the younI man
comnm-nced on a new attack, when the
couple were ele-tritled by an Impatient
exclilnatl, n behind them: "Aw. make
na break! b 's dead easy --Brooklyn
Life. .

Literary Irrigation.
"'Your latt'it iiovel s.n-'nis %ery dry."
said the reader of the 1publishlug bouse
to the' y.ouitn tit riling author.
"I wai pretty suree you would say
thiut," rejeinel ttie author. "('otse-
iue'utly if iI ill '**,uit thiem you
will !I'. tI ti. he r Aie' w'e..Ia, real tears
oIl JUI -.*I l,.*i"' i 'f i) stlory."- -4.'leve-
land 'in.Il:' ia. I-r

Inconistent.
Ilowell I' '* I I ani Inconalaent
ft.ll,, I' I1 '1i! it.'- rilit he would
tell ,,u tail.e .?I l. li th i ou wanted
anid thu i h, .- ..'A ia rc.'tled f>r steal
tI.r tli v. .t '. \ rL l'r r ss.

PILES CURED IN S TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZ)O 01(1.M:T i, uarftteled to
[*ure sily .i, of iLchlng. Ulliiit, ,
ill'4liiig or l'ittfrudii4g i 'lle~ iu i t,
It da) a or ouDy refutnded. 64k'


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iTHE DAILY SUN: GATWESTMIL, FLORIDA, JANl'.


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WfLfUl


W,6 .td


electre thee-


b- helms Installed
H ~ gh w ill be the torgest

g3 mim has bees esotablish-
i y d isto to be known


e w raslser "Mootana" Is to
l a l ashortly. The VTesel
tle t of water.


38' lPower OWO-ky and

wU l he e.ltaltaed at
4v~v---m-W


Nhla the pserom who
; -h* J-ti -pdd'. C -.
i k ~ e beesto ar-
it neo ro ad-
~b~s~nbe


d I bto e Omtey ton
-bda Mak -GnRDStta
l e macoty roads.
te g o"m ob knest wiln
saioIbg to develop

A Wh h a read

41m mie s mist Im-

t, le e eathat both



aUOi s d -trUdh to thof














C Thee ebk'lila by pecking
a, 0 b OheWe to abre w ts=



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it lr. lb .latly tI m the -m
u es an h erbanges by a
bwhl la edt m to long ever been
iN I nut. at any rate y t"wo t
Smat.eo t"nesn wha an unlu kt
tbo e igchck and their









( 49 antea"d f-trean b
IA m I he- whe always werts a
t et." he coadueas "that both
St eroa eand dla ad eacnd
AINt kiled thirteen oukoft

t anOd aM them hl a rowers.
Sa ut of teah It'ly not the sampoor
Slll be gla to tr and diw whether
a inar me has ev aerbleen





; iv e d laabpeablekn
sh ll t at ocean rate, this
S least, tMrteen fonar your
Sbtoe th the toks andt theater
-Forest and Stremss










e *e* who always weMarL aIt
s els me to dieeabl tet mayndbe
and sharp th whis answers. id
ass bout of teat's n ot the poor
ab, it's his ihver and dtgei-

















d and p three year
S ahWeL th e l int isearsdl

a I nd b had ate eto ins top-
u tersnoe for your
bale, kes sad reliable vege-
Sold e W. M. Joheab

AOu ahe e of A gr. l
Mi readin g all the extrav-t
MisM that is priTted about that
a Hbr To y
Answered Mr. Cumru. "itJ
helps me to .eel that maye
) v werea wort wallht cardi.
-Wauhlngton Star.


-Can roe give me any In-
ties about Deacon Ji(ms. whoI
ags" yoar people three years
CammIal-Well. the last I heard
Imd he had guoe into consump.

SaS aeos for calling cards.


FEEILE OL D LAST
0 S- --Ath N E By

Mrs. MhA@e4M Blor of Lwlstown.
Pa., who La 80 yearn of aie. says: "For
a losn time I have been me feeW that
I have had to be wheeled aroud lt
a Invald's ebhair. I had aso strength
and took iold at the slightest provoca.
tlon. which Invariably mwttled on my
lungs. and a cough would result. My
son learned of the cod liver prep-
arationa allod Vinol. and procured a
bottle for mi'. It hul't up my strength.
rapidly. and aflcr tal.li' three bottles
I am able to do tr.ot of my work. asd
I ean walk a quarter of a mile astllr.
Every aged or weak prnon who re-
quires strenPih should try VInlI. I art
delighted with what It has done fr
ae."
As a brdv builder and stren2?h crea-
tor for ol! p-.ople. delicate childlr ii.
weak, run-dO-.-n persons, and carter
stcness,. Vl:i(l is unexcelled. If it
ails to give matis:AZtUon we will re-
ta your money.
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
Oalnevlle.

ORIENTAL RUGS.
Sde to Resemble the Antiquee by
Chemical Washngs.
The tnlted States buys annually
many thosand dollars' worth of what
are known to the profession as wash-
e4 rug Brightly colored oriental rags
sometimes are washed with a solution
of eMorte of Ume a treatment which
part bleches the colors and apart
a soft appearance to the rug.
Ths chemical trsatmet is a proees
of wishing whleh produces the effect
etf ap and a peculiar dbeea to the mr-
fme, which is posted ouat by the uB-
serpuplos dealer as a proof of sape-
rtir quality. The fact is that the proe-
es at wahiag a described invariably
oy the materlat of the rug.
The prigreasve effect of the chei-
1eal am the materials la the rug is
thIs: The chlorine gas eentalaed Into the
ebloride of U1m attracts oxygen and
moitre from the air, by which murl-
atle eM is forn d. This eats away
the vital, of the g,. Sooner or later
the wool and cotton to the rag become
brittle and thus weaken the warp and
deteriorate the wool.
When this deterioration is complete
the pile of the raug may be swept away
by the ordinary process of sweeping,
and the warp, whieh is the foundation
of the rug. becomes so weak that holes
appear here and there, and loon the
rug Is worthless.
It not seldom happen that a Peralan
rl is too staring ton some bright hue.
perhaps red. and to not salable. The
nIMerupwlous dealer will subject the
mg to a series of washings In chem-
icaly prepared water. In this way he
tarns out a rug possessing a soft an-
ttiqe sheea that is truly captivating
and hands a ready purchaser at an ad-
vanced prtre.-Chicago Tribune.

Many little lives have been sa,.d
by Foley's Honey and Tar. for cough.
colds. croup and whooping cough. It
is the only safe remedy for Infant.s
and children as It contains no o liatt-,
or other narcotic drugs, and child en
like Foley's Honey and Tar. Canreful
mothers keep a bottle In the houR .
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McColluu,
& t'u.
Partners In Debts.
"My totb Ii just kliluli.l me." t'wt
conibl.ilnE "Why didn't you go to the d'::tl-.t
about it ?' asked he.
"Bewause." sld ishe. "I owe bl:ni
uW4itky.
"You ad I 'ed to ie in hard In k."
aW lide. "N.w. ,look at me. E, try
time I go out nla my sutomoblle It
iretks down right In front of some
store where I owe a lot of money."-
New York l'reus.

Every Mother
is cr should be worried when the


little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or puru-
monla- then to something Inore seri-
ous. Ballard's Horthoumd S\rup will
cure the trouble at once and lrt,'eInt
any complication. Sold by W M.
Jo..nson.
The want ads. do more real etujtt
business thau all other brokers coum
blued in fact, they "start" most of
the busluess that thte brukTrs and
agents finish


1 "Browmo Quinine"


ixatlve Bromo Quinine
M W-MP S O ft MONDAY

inhsl-r the U amw Loa


IT WA3 A FI E CCD.
A Little St-ry ef Wi'lrm IV'. Chase, the
Pcrtra.. Paonter.
e .rr I .i r : I I a t
11. 1 ,, ;..4 oi nl I,,i r. !r : ".ito
li t'*. -. .;WuIt n4 I wn nV' r 1t u, i' a
or'r "r 1, 1 aII 4.l1| y r r- t
nuIr 't oI. '% ", -a *. t a
r 'v- '', nt a" s'r '" 1 f.,r c'i-
thit, 'i n n ln'. t .. I.nf a !.,,* A r-
ile. \ t;i te r r: v- r f r r was
that t r in t or '* ':ly fit i
t l nr:.! I lh 1 i; I T L : t It. ( d
I ,itlh'd *,tit the'- |rprl '*>r n'Il t,>lt
l i:. %. 1\I.. I a ijIi I in i L i. r.
I ,x l.l d. inil (.C In.,1 t m t t t lnr
tW I 1 I,( TI -a '1 1 *, 'i e It a I. del. o' 'i I '? I' '
"Ow. nsw. lr." hi, a 1. i h tru,
itril-ish 'st lidi I' li v,,r rtii my
I l l :n :.- t l! h i:. % r Fi, "
ITw-vr'r. I ,xp ;: 1 t i.t I tWeda-ld
the tCfh ftr ,rnly a ftn I.. ur,. ntr.l, dl-
rerly we stnirk an I.rr.ln. If aft-r
two holurq I F!ll w! ad-l-l tot k,4'i- the
flsh I should il v it. A.t the n:'d af hti.
stlpulanted tireIo he kboy came. I was
not quite finki-hd "In a few inulttes."
I said. and wh..u I lomiked up| he was
gone.
Shortly afterward the proprietor
came. tiptoeing In nnd peeping over
my shoulder. I could he-ir himn softly
aighlnr, and I said nervously, "In a
few minutes now. In a few minutes."
"Don't 'urry. sir. don't 'urry." he
aured. "She's getting' on! 11'11 take
my chance,. sir!"
When the painting r.-as finished be
refused at first to accePit any remu-
neration. hut at length, with a mat-
tered apology, he charged-a shilling;
The painting was hung and shortly
afterward purchased by the Coreoran
Art gallery for a very su!'t.antlal
snum.
On my next trip to London I deter-
mined to call up my flhm-onger. tell
him of the pv'a, fortune that bLd at-
tended the paintl g and tender him
some fitting reward. To my &.ra.it sur-
prise he not only refused again any
sort of fee. but evinced no surprise
whatever Pt the figure the palntinz,
hfd bronuht. though the price paid
represented several times over the In-
vestment of his shop.
"Ah, but It was a fine cod, sir!" he
said, and his eyes glowed with pride.
*'Now, wasn't It?'--Wtlllam M. Chase
In Delineator.


CASTOR IA
f1 Ka&nt aY m ChylsAhm
l KNd You Ran Alwaytp Bui
Bears the y0 /E.
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Nil a ''ee \e.ji' se



"WellI. de. e11t7 L ulweIs tht a [,III:
kIe-kI ivAf L~sIW11'fe et aJil de :111u-11;o
11114l1* il t" le"iIs'Wotobultt tile' 1asia


Bus/ Wom~an.
ijaii ryas t r *4 9 e 4,t Ii ; u4 1 sii t.r;. 4 lii It
W114.11a 111-111 UL t4ake4 10% it aVWeui'i WtF.A
his% if Ae 'Is elarryiii.- I v. t 1% evc.'-ti*t;u~c
istories In tier b'nd I I 111itilalit n t
d''lna the (EN 'ikiti awl ldtryhiii:t~o find
(ouit how much 11w at- iw hat caewt woir'
bay the omwian tit-it d a .. 4- idl (ity
IserrIck.


Economical.
Shbe-I'l g lug t, give ', 'u tWk our
engagement ring. I love another. lie-
Give me his naliuie and address. She--
Do you want ti) kill him? Ihe No, I
want to sell him the riig. l'-ik Me Up
Milk Toast and Cheese.
Make some, rtich milk tiait and slpre:ie,
out on a fl:at dish. I'er with a thil k
layer of r:ted l heriae and tput In tit
oven till tl.i **-l,,ese Ilt lits itil 'rrwnsi
-lsarlowr'. lit.t..r.
A Sponger.
"Th r' v' r- T. -' < :' i Is \, a
I,:1 "M ". 'thin. t'." ,.. h ie m ra 1
"'|* t Ih i ,' ,' '* 'I I 1 -', !,1'" <
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CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE "


..us thi:. auuermia~u,' lilt6' e .iajwiiz.


Brown House Barer Shop'

AhIREWPHILUPS, Prsp.


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1 '? I'a~ t1~, r 'l~hz('lt!'(l girls ana

4:i'igfeo1'4' ~.C.11 i-~'' .:'es-.and any
A;er form o~f." iL.c c Zul 1Tto f ernales.


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bierotri, Tonn., i'sKt's1 .''I v bearing.

"q i lflinshou1ld'."s, IIW-V 4)1. ti 'ita! i 4,? 1, And ow er
t!-w'ibles I ('anliotfl nivt ionl, :)ut I t, ,! Wina cf Carduj
zrTid bave fOUn(t it t~e best med'cino I ever used
for female troubits." Try (~u~i


AT A ALL DRUG STORMS


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The Long Dis


One of the most valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
operated.
These long distance lines are of the
most rrodern and improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high
state of efficiency. The Bell systems.




Southern Bi


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i operating in various sections of the
country, are uniform in their equip
ment and in their rn.ethoc's of oper-
sting.
Only by reason of this close trafte
arrangement between the Bell Tele.
phone companies is at possible _go to
a Bell Telephone almost anyhers,
ask for "Long Distance" and b.agt Ip
communication with almost peha
in the ccunrv. k
This vast network of wires110 1
ing throughout the nation, ilk.
daily in commerce and for social l
poses by the banker, the farmeqMW
citizens in all walks of life and or
plant here *s an ,np c ,t't lnnk in this
great chain.


II Telephone


and Telegraph Compaiy


Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates




HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS
Ill l


It Jiiy-4 fthu farmer ttoJal1-llt ion]Iv the I v-,( It '-1
(j114--timll not ef Iiuf -1 14)w heap '1111tiOf "IIel)W g41411al.

Our Seeds Have the Reputation of king Pure W F eliahie.

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W. H. MIXSON SEED COMPANY -


Charlesto C.
Charlestu, S. C.


I.MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY
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-'.JRREN' 0 ,..'.AET. t OFFICIAL CIRECTORY.

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o r W cCIt% f t (IeWt -trliv'y in

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pac. .. C.ty .
Owl. :q'tr and tne C tt'. in I 2! tr-
fr-rer 3.) an 0,,,t 0'" II
Caos IA, f~r $or. t y..r-L .

of jtTLIUCt1! %D'("I e t(it' .
is contrua a raies not kn wt to ''s4
pquired rY for r.dirct-inv ini ad.
AddleSS, TIW D.A1I V SIN.%
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T9aiiahS2"(.' 1.i' )li)I
thet Ix- t likevrio-.i" of G)%,Fr-
Glk'brimit t:uit l.:is In

Sun is truly glad to obua.r,-v
*9 City Council has nmade a con-
wbereby the btre'et s.IriUkler will
O Wwbenever Its services are re-
to lay the dust. The present
of the council are practical
Md are proceeding upon Inracti-


A~~ 4gmt many iieoile p ut tho-niselver;
ao trouble' in ordlr to, ha~
They havce imaginary Hils
Imaginary bridges autd climb
mountains. Most people
real trouble without let-
ft to imagination conjure' up a lot
$ f AP bitrit of roeal U telnt nt
ijW makv lift- far e.-i aansl


Ibapparent smooxthness which

surace h6 oc'.i-iotially 'tr> .
ustbr'akt. amil :L:.. I& 3 '


nnt n lt. 4 i .i t:.( K.


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bIRd that it n1,ir'. rit'14tea


90 datte-rn9;t r, I t'9I -
"Pion jprize' Iiihit .r m.t
hisi that Icx.jijie4 r1
Ofinma('% fthe' lAt'
1m1fted our mhiiind3and1%%.'..r-&
ONIlfidcuce't inthOw s itit

f Ite-ioesteatie,(!%ii Il.. 3'
V$ wIdealsc. I11m etk ia.k (of
~am of .1 14 lA(.111h r 1

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,l ]I0 ,1 h i,!.! ti,, !,rn f. o' ( i. *n- '
T h" I l. :t- 'it ry Ad\. rti. r -.i. \ :
\W are : \ ry ironirly iiiclin 'd to thti
i-.r t hat lion E1il i .)t ha. qu<,oer
SA! himself ith ione part of the fet1alu
part of our population. '1 do not
ccnsidt'r.' het %rlt, -. t. t a t 'te grant-
Ig (if tsuffrage to .wo n iout ld und r
existing conditions 1i,4 any improve-
Imlent on our t'y?.tenf of government.
On the contrary. it would rather re-
duce than Increase the electoral effi-
cia ney of our people.' Now. It dozen 't
iatlter a bit \thetlier we. having due
regard for caution and discretion.
agree with him or not: woe feel sure'
that suffragetltes ~ ill take a fall out
of him if opportunity offers."
The Baltimore Sun says: "We can-
not understand why President Roowe-
* l it'! nt order a il-Itadironi of war
-hip.-, to c('onl'y ".Ir. Him evi t to the
African coastt IHe nlii.:ht 1:v\1. d ;il;.
tills. it e~e'nsll with lilttI' 10'l s con i-t-
**ney than h e ha.. di:-phla\.ed in detail
inl ; an airniv .i;'."*, It 'to ;'( omi> l t!i.
lhimi to Afrit a ', ai'u :iati -i

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C: .ty Of" .ers:
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i l'-triz tle tion r I L.

S' i 1' I. im ru-.'y GCains\ ill.'


T. A-.-'s ir \V. W. Colson. Gaines-

Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson.
(, \ *:.*
Tre asurcr-J. D Matheson, Gaines-
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Suip'risor Rll gistratitou .1 C Me-

County 'tConimisstlonrs- John G(
1)ariipie'r. Chairman. Hague; J F.
Townsnd. Canipville; 3. W. May.
trcher; ('has. W. Sunini-rs. Trenton;
0. 1*. Cannon. Gainesvillle.
Memb ars School Iloard-R. It.
Weeks. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
owlody. LaCrosse.; G. W. Miller,
Tre-ntinl
State Senator-Ii H. McCreary.
(Gamin.-vil,-
M Gain:..;\ill'; T. A. kDoke. Santa Fe.

City Officers:
Malaor-Hloratio Dalis.
Mars.hal-1. T Arnow.
Tax Assessor--I. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. 11. Ellis. Sr.
C('hrk and Tre-a.urr J.1 Maxey Dell.
City Attoni>.- \V S. lroonme.
Ioard of Aldt-rni<,n-T. \V. Shands.
'r'.-id. nt; G.eo. K Iroonie. 8. J. Iur-
s M Mxsfion., A. 1. Vidal.
Itw:irl of Pllr \\,Works-ll. E. Tay-
lIr (C'lttrrnata i n: i \V llanm)n. secre-
tiar, 1 F. Dutt, .1 .1I !
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GOT HIS HAIR MACK.

Wasrevrectty Dsaid Whom no started
to Law Newboss lOsepAde..
FrP4:. r.ck )fanaieil. U-try land black,
l~tatte. M14intaria, brought a bottle, of New-
bri's I I ,rplit. iee. A ir.1 6.,'A. La.d began" to
i~*it Vir ,* tire b.ildincui. The hair tot-
iwI,-l n11in liu aee01, wit-re' flsit dead and In
t' Li .4 lie h..&41 h air anll roerhis head
on July 2 he write~s. "und tiod.y my hair I
Isasn et4l.k at'.1 II xrla r.t ;.14 any one
c'vitd wl-th." N#-wbr4.*s Ife'rpicide works
(in ain ol-I Pr1!.c p!-' and wilh ia new di-s
rv 1,sI tr- y the' ca-u---- and ymu re-I
t. 'th ie etif 4t Iferpiol i~e' dq-trteym the
or, rm thqo caus'es.U enlrnjff. falling hair.
rkii-! finally 1t*-t *with the!
Fi-q t ailing 1jir at once and M. new
Xrowwth otartot 8.,Id by leading
druvgistp.. 8-n l 10c in stamps far gampile
to The. Uerpiscide Cu.. Lfttrvi. tMICh.
I wu taxes-50 ...L~S a&DO SAWV..
J. S. 114)di:ord & Co.. SPteciaAgeAnt.'



CONSTIPATION
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For Sicl Livers


A PURELY VEGETABLE
- COMPOUND


QUICKLY CURES GOA.A5
A GUARANT1ED CURE for all di&eaes pmds
TORPIO LIVO R iand IMPURE BLOOD-. O Me pW.
tohamd today may sav you a sack p omonw.

CURED OF CHILLS AND FlVE T A
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAMI
Mm. W. A. Whitmwe. tMry. Ti..
wUite: "My chald led cMilUm bM
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b^y ,s~cinMml Ye tv o ml |-
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W. M. JO3L'aBO



G. S. Merchant & Co.
maIlers mud WleI i


Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grl, GaOudei Seed *gd FertiMns
sOUTH WI M UAR" --- MAINMWMLL. LM .
Highest market prise paid for Chickem, Eggtp ad M- P

A Coapleto stock of Hay. CorM. O, w m. o% 1b "
ued MeMal Rye. We tm d" e"tO Vedra mt IM
at Ifawf Piaem smd smm ilM de


Tampa & Jacksonville Ralwlug


ELFECTIVE DEC. l1. 190.


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ...................
Returning, arrive.Gainesville .................
JLave Guainvwville for Samnpson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesville ...............


A. L. Glass. Gen. Supt


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THE JPAJLY T4T: G(IATSVTIAIFE. FLORIDr%. JA N V% RY 13. i9MI~


Isl eoeeded to be the
sot"mam well as the m6st
9 z;f~ ft the Intertor of rkw<
I. It I Itead tI the very center
Sa SI, haI way between the At-
ItM and Gat Coasts, surrounded by
No gto IStM as to be capable
Sa est variety of crops;:
i I t e O tmack-growving.
l 3 4 aval stome belt. She
|4ef I edumatonal advantage.
I @ ebhurchles. with
11S5 h m saperior to any
b n to orida with large
S egregatlos; has a
immet be excslled for
i IM~ Allt tl natural
d with a pro gress-


-A-ing -- oplitan. a
S We to m me t a big


OR t9 eiat, se seote
"h*1 P&aIea.

P1t1 h the sar *s




aepresentde.



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lmpUte library.
W w works.
p|Iaa mills.

Ome marble works.
Three dlvemltths
live dental rooms.
MAUe aU oveey.
tw bfta market..
barber shops.




T pAdvic churoochls.





OneI daily newsagMwr.
Two Iaroware .ortm.
Spweslagy stores.
Oe aold stae shops.
*Vn dyb attds w torks.

he 0 ete lanadry.u
:T-re Cohristial earch.
Two steam rIaundries.)
Two Aveat chl urches.
Uale dally newpad oer.
Two hardwar, stores.

Three turiture' stores.



One cold storae la latt.
One weekly newspaper.





S Treven dnry *Mud htore.
Oaw veteritary uran hurh
Tau recold ranuk fadtr
TOne elertri liht lant he
SThee blackndmith shoip
Thrwo rapllosa>*h Malte rt.,
tight bftlial*.nl or d'r.



Two EpNiscoil ck tur che.
Uited State-e land o l '.1
Oae Ieamicall labraatory







Onve PrlfbyteInsa chureh
T*u cifta *eaunufat" ri P0
IPVor retl restate asenie*s
Volunteer firM 1 start blneit
Several lumbler ciii|eiilt
Three M.Uitia cJhur he
A butbm bnad orKauaixtiena
Two photugrapih gall. ri.e'
t Two movies ptrtkr. shoab
Ki Q fr-Wety bt| a
Ue if nuraface* H'.Wit'ls
ive fire taaeranc aen(i ei
T-e Swersy ad feed stable.


NIore, nnii it ( gran olitli c 1. a.ilk- than anuy 't i
town in th' interior of the State.
An $ r..''e' court house hNilt o(f brick
and se ti, -a beautiful -rut4 ur, nt'l
the lanu. flowv.r heihd". hhruhb.t-r,
Confe'doeratp munnlnitti. etc .-urrminfl.
lug It. make It a tno. t attractive dlc-
ture.
Net.e of Masters Sale.
Under and by virtue of a certain
final decree of foreclosure and salt.
made by the Honorable J. T. Wills.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
2hTth Judicial Circuit of Florida. in
an for Alachua county, In Chi-ancery
atagoen their 10th day of DecenImber.
A. D. 19W, nl a certain cause pending
is al court. wherein W. H. Lee is
oemplainant and George B. Rosew i
demdant, the undersigned. T. H.
=B1as, Jr., a Special Master in Chan-
eery In sald cause, will offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at public outcry, on Mon.
day, the frst day of February, A. D.
19W. the sami being the first Monday
In said moath, during the legal h,-rs
of aale, Ia front of the court house
door a Alachua county. In the City
nof at e. Florida, that piece or
Pomel of land situate, lying and being
i the County o Alachna and State
of Florda, and described In said final
decree as follows, towit: Commnenc-
Ing at the Northwest earner of Bel-
lamy avenue and Quail street, thence
North one hundred and fftl (150) feet
to place of beginning; thence North
forty-seven (47) feet; thence West
mue hundred and sixty-4ve (165) feet;
thence South forty-even (47) feet;
thence hat one hundred and sixty-
five (16S) feet to place of beginning.
being part of Lot Two (2) of W. L.
Film's survey of the Town of Melrose
la Section Thirteen (13). Township
Nine (9), 8. Range Twenty-two (22)
East.
Said property will be sold as the
property of George B. Rose to satisfy
said decree of foreclosure and costs.
T. B. ELLIS, JR.
Special Master.
CARTER & LAYTON.
Complainant's Solicitors.
NOTIC--SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution dated
December 29th. 9J and issued out
of the Circuit Court of Alachua couu-
ty, Florida. upon a certain judgment
in favor of W. R. Thomas. plaintiff.
and against Lydia Drake. defendant.
being directed to all and lngiu.:ar the
sheriff of Florida. 1, the unlder-Kig.ed
sheriff of Alachua county. Florida.
ha%- lehled upon and will sell at pub
lie outcry before the court house dour.
In Gainesville. Florida, on .Monday.
the first day of February. A. D. 1909.
between the legal hours of sale. to
the highest and best bidder therefore
or cadh. the following described lands.
situate in Alachua county. Florida.
tow it:
Lot Number of Block Number
23, Brush's Addition to Gaines% ille.
Florida, said lot betng described as
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredondo street at
a point 135 feet north of the north
line of Weit Seminary street and ex-
tending thencoe North 112 fee't litng
said ,eart boundary line of Arredondo
street, t. ih ce' Ea.t '.9 fe et; the n South l"s fet. thence Westerly "'*,
feet. iore or I-?,'. ta the' point of bi'-
gian ut Ug
Together ,ith tI, teem.ents and
apllurtenante' th.-re i.', te, luint ig.
The banje ha1 n I1 ,. l,.\,.d l upon
as rti' eprope,.rty of a:ml l..dit 1)ake.
to satlfy said 'xe<-utu'ai atain ('k,,
and the lien of aaid .l. tut fT- judi

SlT .i) r tAif ir tl.i''rIa n
T II l- .l.IS Ir
At t in ) fur Plaintiff

I lI['ISCKIBK fOR TIW |E
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One' crate Yand ts'ko-t facteorv
oil# .' ik'.Chaili e'drfoIMI rfwufl.

National Odd F.'ilow-. SAtaitarhiti
Tbr~epundo~rtikiual.ia.bignett-
Two of the' bcvt hnt* 1 ilth.* It
ternor
Two whode',:i tl- gr.On m ind ffed

Wemer "that ha- ni.e' 4;.tidni.-%db
farmous.
The fine-t op.-ra howo" i ttho Soav..
outside of J3(Ia .t' l.
A (o~le'rnment bujifding 'wn ,
.,rct(A lto CoSt h4.11

matit. rt. pai twr.. nmat hini:t aul I
biorita g T1''fl idi ers'


0


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford.




$3,S50.00

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


April 15th, 1909


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will Ie issued by The Bu'-h &


on a new $41H) Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable I)ue Bills, sal1m to, !,. ueIel


as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.


give' ill tli, voting collt To the first six receiving the next m the highest vote, a due bill for each for..... $2100.0
To the !rcoid six receiving the ext highest vte, a ie hki for each for..... .. $175.11
To the next six receiving the next highest vote, a due bill for each for.... $150.11
These ',Ite 1 '!l. zv:iay I,' ,used by the winner- or I'.; l. ,ihpos.,lI uf to anyeiP
for any value they inlay ,.* fit. andll will bIe worth tlir face v.tilnt' iujo): tie ltlTr-
chlase of one of thIt'e new pianos.
In thel evei't of a tie for ally |jrize oftTfrd, a prize -iillir i; ll t1 -pt- ('- thit're-
to will be given each of those tifeinl.
I I


How and Where to Get

=-- Votes
The follow ing merchants will give one vote
'for euery .cent I ad Into thtir vetabli.-hmneits for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phfer Broa.
Hyde A Tench.

Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the etabli.-h-
menuts of th'- ne'rchaants giig %ates and at The-
8un oflce'. Votes scut by )mail mudt be' directed
to the' Voting ('"ontett lth-lartment of The Si.n
Gainei tile. Fklorida.


U.-


Rules and Regulations
I. The cotitc ,t it; ojee'flto 3I '11% .10 h atug In
Alac-hua county %%ho is kaao)vkn 1y Ithe cc iluiiitters
o~f the' ('eifttst or % UUCheCd for1),r y~.i .j~*~
itriim to themir '%vll kta i
2.No e'rnlik))ee, dttaclie-t ear re i ]la.., 4ftl:@Ipro
lanie-tors of the' abo~v-ten.'d tirniuai~r.- !# l~.tel
liar? ac iiutt'iu ti Is t'eflat'-t, anid %%Iall .1 Ii :.,Att. in
:1. Ina the of a nai-undert~candt- C a..'
v~ad lillaite-. r th.-r.i aint 'rc.'-to-d III '' e t
auchi cunittro e'ls)' zua% lbe rel. itd t *.( )iU
of uc tt ars 44cf i nit t a,'%%liei iiv :tie r, -e
qua lifle'(i to re'aaie~*r dvviriern-
4. In tho-e' ca ct a cayidueato'e'ae a* k
draw fromi the a-acv. r.uch -are'lhiate %%ill notacit
a!eaelto triii.*l r %iet, tu tht: cre-dit ilw
(.311didut ~ .i inthf. teeM v t.


TIhE3es DAT.IL
$1.25-Three mouths' subscription .. ..... .


pm


SUT7ST


.,I -. 1 C A.
400 vot-s


$2.50-S---ix months' subscription..................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .. .. 3,000 vots
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes


THE SEMI-WEEKLY
$1.00 One year's subscription. .
For i club of five oue-year subscriptions ....... ...


500 votes
1,200 votes
3,500 votes
30.000 votes
30.000 votes


SUN
.. -400 votre
4.,000 votes


'I ttr'*e 1i l I iUnit i) I iI i iiia I. r e e* i ~ .I e *liite-t;i I 9 \ ir

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is uedolored by the p t*prostor'


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Mhe Grow Stae Ppwe
L) 4 1 tA AN I- -I t e ie -%If 1

The SeMI.WCktp 'fls4 a de as
no rvuw dad rroli (,riwr.
t" p1y &tee Iib.c A1.6ai s.i %%#a. twr it,
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THE SEINE4


of Whistler's Student
Days It Pares.
p*c::,'. In "Trilly" hni
e Ithe ihii!lrilsa siii l or of tHie
p III I ':rl- i .,z \iVW hi-tlir
swi, s twit .W ero-eintrI I
( lo iii to lI ar,'laiir hei 1 t ..t
l.i. clearly mti.odl irn Al.,l. if
movel. n1tld t1h' 1 lirfe t,>
tbW raw ren-rtilte In art de
f ,rnil l'e'd 1W h itle'r f,,r lif,
ew of hii raflck-'t stirie o(elv
g Amrwrli -n frl *nd u;.erthetl
Whistler wts~ linig ,Iti tihe pro-
4 a wardlteto (o1e h-(t day be
i im coit fr il Iel drink
a e to the American emnlsnsy.
0e borrow l'aIynte",r' drr e suitt.
bo ~ M itory cf the"e frolIr'stnme
w ow from the eternnl copeying
,LvTre. either (in c nmlinihsl.,s1
SetgMp.-* htil,-h kept them alive
Irmltta'itw'e Wllitler's chum.
SDrelann4y. had done a gorgrousn
t ( Verone,'s "Mfarrine F ,-'t
a- that took whet framed the
Eg em to carry It. They tried
@ my dealer up and down hoth
itf the relne until the flst price
Sftsac bad dropped with ser-
Vtab to 14. then 2-. then 10.
1 suddenly the dignlty of art
t Itself.
t INo Pt des Arts thtey lifted the
novas. **I"u." they said. with
swt w.-*. "d n. trl: r'lin:"
ir t 1 A ;t i;:t.> th.* at.a: r wl hi n
A ,*fr *"<" d' vil', *-"** r -
*(n^>the<" strtvx. andi Im
Iga an l,,'"', a" "' r "f '

I.
The Pure Food Law.
veftary Wilsou says. "Ont of
Sje~t of the laww i -to inforui


DAYS ID IZZINtSS


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li i r i f i, il'.
M rs. I I II it 1"
N Oak :g \ (.;;:ii ,-\ il:. Fi:n --a' -
'.% kid(lii.~ h l l n in a 'w ,ak.,eii
alWd ditsord,fe'd (iollditioni for notti
til antd if t(iould hiid nothing to re.
liN.e, me I tIufftrt d greatly from
headaches.rbnd las often so dizzy that
I could 1not stand. Seing Ikan's Kid.
noiy P'illis aivrtised. I Iprocured a boxx
at .1 a. Iktaiford & Co s. They acted
quickly, and it was not long before I
recq.lied rllef. I have no hesitancy
in giving I)oan' Kidney Pills my en-
dorsemen'.
For sale by all dealers. Price r6o
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
States.
p. a.itmlwr the name I)oan's and
take no other.

Her One Ambition.
She wanted a job. a le told the man-
ager of the blg store. and everything
almut her. from (Ir, pidtng eyclashes to
Itwat;y miaoldid i 'tel. tdl'l teI' that
Osli, ould draw enough trade. ,r
Ought tio. to C'Oerr h r wilary.
hilut the main:a er told her that fir
u..e Of bhvr ii. -werri -:,'- s'i" would


asnam.'r of the rroi !-e "U(f rat -co f'tlzummtnd e nI: I" u t $P; a wek.
harnifil l fIrt '. it, i'I~:a It. S c.1 f )14 e 1 'i.. ir it v.'cthe tlac't
law reqei''- tlatt'I.i(- ati., '.1? (it he a ii~ d d41.-.1-m :t, ,!.v-''. ~ott
orin. 4 a1,iptIIl. mn r-Iii -, and turin !%. iY 'e--'w .: an. I St i -kd dc
habit Torivimi L rur~i:i buh.st-itcd iJ :ur. !.. 1-IAi, At him a f ir t~t l
Obe labe-l of *Y:I, Ii tt Ii' "'-1.)41 %iStit
*ha t' !\ f'..hz Itic Ii I A '. L 'a'41,-1. f-11. I;1

and 0., 'a(' ti .I-iiiuu i-
full I' ~ a- ~ >~Simple Remedy for La Grippe.


6 Ir 't 0" ~ h~ 1.1a:t. _'.;' 'fl 'tr t, '' .0 ,d


it has to, *ii hi ~ *ri A i*I For T-tw rozis corudit la i 611112(17 i- a'. rt
yall dri-'=--i d'. TAkeonly Volc'y*,-Ulm cane zd Tar
-~ --- int the J'' '''e 1W %cC'oi
Is Juvenile W15dm. him11n & CO
~~bt did i I41bie.(I.,' i iafcre steel L: ug L....-
were Inrvemut-ci a a ik 0 .e't..- Te!* le i


yte pinloiu ,,f ,,. gios '.r i, i; :
pread the op!': l;ais if notlicr." .-.L
the wlie I'y3 at the ldal ex-
trealty of the lais Jili ('

It a amid thilr tO'e l'irt lin gives up
Sbnot 20 per 'ivwt of his Inc'inte for
taxes.

If you ill take' Fuolhv' Orio I.axa
tive until the, bow.1 bI.,-come. r, gular
)ou will not hav. to t I:.!, I.r 'i"'-
contlantly. a- Fi l,.v's (orirto lo:ia .;ti\
positively. (url ( hr, ti i a n 'i : i '
aid sluar.-. I I'P; .. t *:.i
J W. M((>', ; :; k- C('


I.V.. --t- ....
.ap''ni I'.n<.y t a \. '> f ;"'"
inialden te'l nT 'I r "|'" rr r ', r
?Iraive that she "t *,,'m:''!*'i ,!:it'r< ,. l"u ;iia
inagoga.us" ian. The'h- *',jug-tlion ,f
the verb "to l,,ve" In that diltect tiuist
take at least a year to, rcIte.-Path-
finder.

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache


-I,, N. ioic.- iIIe-al., iKi. Traui-leri'
{l;t.u, 1 ;uil an(d ,' fro, (Grip. Soonm-
cIh Trril'b I- or FI-.iia Ie throl ..-t
I'r- t'.i:a.liic .--i -> iliolchld -4 fltctl. iii
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FLOWERS


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*I!q r ?( r -. f irT ;: i r i<
,r? i "' f ?", 're
"' ,' i a t t'' v r, l r, th' li. -
S.. ,r i 1 v r *1 'n', T',i- n ,-
Stl tin l, ,' I- ',-,, r' 1 trm ,rlny.
I '1t t ,'t n i* 1l's.irn'tr to
the hih n,,M ,'l, I, t uril tlie t i',ntlient
of !.'u M 71rt I!~<, ', r heird1 It tiha% he
startii-l 1n'p v h i.-r't,'ilyv 'd from the
nll,''." of t Hto rIt cr'! d rnt lin v l'e
eof under. "Will you 'laiy I) sharp.
yon uret,chr..""
V1 i' i.ns.tli n pr.deI e.di Iln the thea-
ter may Ite imgi0rd. The actors were
itnt:'dd. the Imdy who wnas stn-ne
stoptllxd short. tlie orchestraa followed
her example. and the audience. with
loud exclamntins. dminn;uled the ex-
pulsIon of the offender. lle wa ame-
cordlngly ,eized and requiulred to name
himself lie did so. and at the name
of Mozart the clamor subsided and
was sucreded by shots of applnAuse
from all aides.
It was tInssted that the opera should
be rewmmemced. Mozart was Instalkld
In the orchestra ard directed the
whole performance. This time the D
sharp was played In Its proper place.
and the muslclans thenraelves were
smurlpried at thOe superior eff'et pro-
duwed. After the ojera Mioart was
conducted in nriuphl4, to his hotel.

A Religious Author's Statement.
For srm.r:ral years I was- af!cted
with kidney trouble and last Inter(
I a~s -tiddcnly stricken with a severe
pain in ni"v kidin .-s aiid was (oiifilled
to bed ight da, s unable to g9it up
without a.-si-tanrc My urTiie Cn-
tal I 1 n thi k w hite s(ednient aintI I
ia- i1 1'ui fr. Irte i ti(tl\ d<. amid night
I (ofimn3 tit-I akiing Fol<- s Kidn. v
11I-nt cly, and the i' :in gr.aln.i.lly
abat,,d a;i d finally (mia-d id Illi
urine' '-'-a;In: i ,inor :mal. I 'v,..r ri,ll
r1 rulirii.id Fol(.'F s Kh idny Itnqe'dy
.1 W MN tlitti., & ('ia


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S 1 *. I i \ .a s

S, ;:iv. W 'i:.t '- "0,:.1 .e :y^ ;i ?

tlhe dl,'-,'rt Ir 1 tI n t u n-ver enIt an
tb' b l:ttt" !:1' ": t 11 t .'-1 .r ::rd

III Bred Scenery.
"Mamrna. the s.t *ery nrad niust
ie very ill I rni
"Seonerv I lI tred. hild!' Whit d'
yt u I;.;i'.
"This bI-k on Alpine lilablig says.
*A terrible nhyl, yawned Itefore
them "
T 'i.' 'a rt ie I in '" '

There is no case on record of a
cough, cold or las grippe developing
Into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
and Tar has been taken, as It cures
the most obstinate deep seated coughs
and colds. Why take anything else?
J. W%. .McColluin & Co.


Lame Shoulder.
This is a common form of muscular
rheumatism. No internal treatment
Is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Lini-
ment freely twice a day and a quick
cure is certain. This liniment has
proven especially valuable for muscu-
lar and chronic rheumatism, and
is sure to give quick relief. Chambtr-
lain's iLinitment in also most excellent
for s pral1i4n and bruises. Price. 25
(en*iits lar o size, .*',f cents. For sale
by all druntirsts.

NotTl E OF A'PI.CATION Ii'tlt TAX
DEED I'NIII l(S'TION w 1OF CHAI'TIE
4,>,. LAWS OF I'LtUII'A.
Notiec IA hereby artaen thlAt l Watrr-n.
t,'iretq.aer of Tax Ceutiftenat No liM. dateA
the *th dat of Aubust. A. lU. 190.
hat tied aad certificate in my ohiee.
it,d hab made apT>lIestiun for tax deed to tI-
%uc r ir. -ordauee with law Sakdl certUiete
eabraee. the f olloul,. denwrbed prot'erLr
situatedd In Aiactua cotentv i*'nks. twit:
.'- if Lot 2. 'c TI'P 9. S It I>
Si'.i. i laId Iwi W aPaPedl at the date *f
tI, e -iJa*ce of teach cerUucate l te ane
of U' known
I iew mki certiieate shall be redeemed *
eordlng to law. tax deed whil lamie iaereo as
the etbday of F rehruary. %. D. I1.9
WItaeae my ofelalal Israture sad **al
the 5th day of January. A. D IlS.M
p. m. WrENOlr.
ue Clerk Cirealt Ouwr Alahesa Co.. Ms
By M. 8 CEVEiS. D. C.




Breads, Cakes ad



Having repireid and renovated oar
Bakery, we are now pr-.pamt to give
you exzllent service. Have our wa-
gon sto|p at your door very nownuing.

KEYSTONE BAKERY
R. T. Sciafer, Prop. Phone 16b


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GOODS SHIPPED THE SAME DAY


ORDER IS WEEVEmD
Cd'-R fSC;,AF K:Z Ii.-C, Z 7773') '0 ThZo; COST OF COOIDS-..m

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C'~~~Cj 3'L).'Ji flP!.7itUNAL CJARANlTCCE. ORDER TO-0)AY


CHAS. BLUM & CO.
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517-10W. RAY STREET


Loung Diatasncc Phone 188


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S9. t I a ,i I. Graham sildie. r am a
nIr.- uli *I ,, !,. f.,' h i- h i ; Sell Phone S1. Al0 L.O
S:; 1it2 r .1 i t e .- : 1 :i-. ,. ti i .
In. to 1i ,*., ,i< I .* I I' Ei\VARD CLARK
.\.w i '.i." t i ,i I ,." '"'l.m In
(*liTii uire i' 't uI f 'i a.ai'i ; e o' r r\TI8T.,
-'i hI ntl tls m ?.'t. r:u "itn t'c *<
I.-uhtl val1 i',.- 1 r. p : 1 I, I
a f:.. eel t i' r 4. ,1:.-1 -1 % I 1i 1. and 18 Grahrm I
N ft 'l IIIa: i 3 4 :
*F .I-:l :l if it 1, oiii '-' f 4,.i ville, Florldi
in:at I i iha n' i try O('ti le,' tly h,'
.i<' e ; lte l
II.' le l.in fi i mut.\ LE.ry one r.;' R. DiVRI BI. MOR
pl:suded and smiled. ulit ralulallly as
he proceeded he nottled const'ernationf
over sprendliif the countenances of his ** **
Listen ers.
"What's t'w tronltle?' he whi-pered
In English anxiously to his friend on O e0 00e4"0vl1 N1
the Ilatform. PhIne ML
"Trouble!" exclaimed the friend hot
ly. "Wby. the trouble is what you
are Mylng< **rB. J. B. ALKgIrAI
"But." protested the speaker. "1
sayngL 'I am delighted to see so many D R I T I U11
young ladles rising to Intellectual
beights, with ane brains and large GOE e M s *
appreciation.'"
"Oh. no. you're not." corrected the N.
friend. "You're saying 'I am pleased
to ree so tran n; rm.Il !.nes.es gror.- W t B. BAKr,
Ing large and fat. with 1: I n'aes and *
bhue feet!" "-lol,,ni Tit-ilts. ATTORKT-AT.


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4AIII3SVUJL. Abdws~ .
Oft* is Hamsue..

FERDIXAXlIDMAYER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW*


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Clan se11eer st mpsa
pravod smW wpmad
bf~ki5 m ad ma
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J. A. CARLIBLE,
AiTORIlICT AT LAW


Res atase, Cooveulg~
aral Pu'aeoie. All buet='a
smamded se. OSWg sea ss d7


PUAN AECLAWL umw slow


CLARK & FN
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MlY AND

HNT CONDENSED

p OF GENERAL INTEREST
gl BY SUN REPORTERS.


e 4Happened and What Is Go-
ind@i


I% es Mppen-ursonai U
ftwaI Item~s of the City.


nfl


g meal ticket at Rutherford's
t.
lessons at club rates. Prof
SWalts
t Willis of iIron'son Ras in tlhe

r. Welln of Alachua was In the

attention paid to ladies'
I g Rutherford's Restaurant.
S. Anderson of Bronson was
gitag bu.ine's In the cit> yfeiter-
i .......


T'. StandleY of Hague Is In the
gs made The Sun an agreeable
might.
'"Ms but (eu crtsaa for tao hours*
t watch ing noiming pie-lures
klectric Theatre.
Iibicus. Palmis and
; Fe n arnd Fr-At tr.' s in v.1
H. S. Gra'.cs. Phione 179.

at the ro:-iderwo. of NMrt I. C.
this aitt'ttlsiwv at ::'. o elbi. k
a Chill Tunic is giuarautfhe.ed to
&ills. Ia'.er. ('w'ai'I LLriiipe.


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Cedar Key oyzsturs. day and tight.
at I,,ut!.-.rford's Ilestauraut.






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The Funeral of Mrs. Thomas.


Chloro



Naptholeum



Tlhe .'.ii la,,. ,f N,,n-i',is-

M10i1i1- I)i-; uftfctaint,.



BEST






For Sals Kenm ls,





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


FECT T SPRA PUPS
50c ad $1.81


BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
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E \V\ N;1. :I I .t \ all.d wa. 1 in the
, <'it '. .\ t l,.; .\
( I K C r S aciihez l.ft -t. ru ra
, ir ', Auistraine, wh he L.go- oni
., ..,' : : '. ,: .:..! i l : "; r" ,

A I Hllarlper. the pliano man of
,.lack-onb ille A ho ha< be In Ia the city
on (ii-in-ss' for thl past two days. left
yesterday for (Oala.
C 8. Rc! r -on left yesterday for
points In South Florida. where he goes
In the I terest of the refrigerator car
company he represents..
J. F. Jackson of Itronson was In the
city yesterday. He came for the pur-
pose of attending the meeting of the
directors of the Gaines ille National
Itank.
Col. Fred Cubhwrly of Cedar Kty
was in the city yesterday. He is now
fluring on securing a house in
Gainesville and shortly removing his
family to this cty.
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