Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01546
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01546
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
 Related Items
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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ARCHU Jan. 1 3.-Mrs. Blanding
iM of M-tAr, 8. C., are visit-

UMrra WinH Wof Martio Ind.. Mrs.
0and MiH Simmons of Fair.
l Wiit, lad. are pleasantly located
bre Wor the wiatlr.
Mr. ald Mrs. iarman spent several
days with Mr. Sharman's sister. Mrs.
W. a Brown.
Mr. aad Mrs. Hancock are alsiting
S4hWr daughter, Mrs. McMillan, at

Mr. and Mrs T. J. Bmith are re-
J eling over the arrival uof baby girl
MIr. George Bradiv> of Jackkstiille.
wo has bee visiting her sister, Mr.r
C lre Itoa.has returned it, h.Ir h4li.
Mr. ad Mrs. W A VWod tof litu
ton are here for tbh ali.i r
Miss Piauline Curl iipe. |t(llitg thi.l
week la Ne',vb, rr)
A sew baby sirl lIea. tii>a ti, ,
bhe. of Mr anlJ dMr Al .A i,,
J T. Flemilg anel al'-,u ai li.,.lciiKa
two d eflllig boum'. tout a r t,.. ,1 ,li
*tore bulld iiK Og(), r t IH. l, -ill --, a
be read)> u at ei
LA Ilughes, oef l0et1 .,1, -. i it S t
4a) in lown ith hl. uii, hta, r
g MiW s Plu~ eik l a In.>1.e \\ ..a. .
hoota VIilteld itn liou it ,. k
Work will

p of the a e from tht of two
weah mi. Siws. te disaster, the
Wfte beesbmo wee by Govern-
am& st =4y Wthe most expe-
rte md n In a the region, and
all. It said, exzrsed the opinion
that It wa sfe.
IuI peelt tt a part of the
mine In whlt eight me were at work
will be reached befre morning.
On reee m party eae Inight of
dx hdles, bt waste forees thaek. T*
-st agMntf of the number of men
aS Ihse more than e hundred.
That aof thm are ded there can
be o doew The re la the rtIe and
I deadly ftmas, to say othingt of
10 Mgos of tahe m ionO prof
deo4e any h*anee of resoaing any of
te men alive.
The mis entry of tUe mine is four
lle teln running from one side of
the moMutaln to the other. Debris
was blown from both entries, which
gives some Idea of the tiemundou,.
force of the explosion. It is reason-
ably certain that all of the bodies a il
never be recovered. Some of them
were blows to pieces and others Li-
clMernted no doubt. The fans which
ftlnish the fresh air for the workings.
as i, thO former explorem, were not
dkaW a84 are Seretiq fresh air in

Mt3 l d at the ta. of the explo-
aon 1ay that immes e Ctoms of soot
and nk.e gushd from the mine al-
me"t simltao-uly with the detona-
ties ad ily won a mked
back In enormous volmes into the
On the T g river side. four miles
from the main entrance, the smoke
and fames gushed from the entry.
burning *the twiga and small limubs
from trees that grew near.
The damage to the mine cannot be
estimated. The explosion was' the
most terrlflc that has ever occurred
in this region. In l1a4 at the South-
west Virginia Improvement Company's
mine. 360 were killed in an explosion.
Today's horror Is the most dishatroub
that has occurred since. *
The mine is owned by the Poca
hontas Consolidated Colliers Com-

SU "Waat" ads. bring results.

building for C. D. Wood near the de-
pot. Our little town Is improvtuing
right along
The friends of Mr. Jos. Skinner are
glad to see him out again, after a
week's Illness.
Archer has been placed in a new
circuit by the Methodist Conference
and aill have a change in the pastor.
Mr. Gates of Williston will preach.
We regret ghinug up Mr. Yeates of
High 8prhia. Mr. Gates will preach
his first 1se't0on here next Sunday.
Mr Lorance of North Carollita hap.
bought the place' ltrni- il c 11 ced 11e
Mr. Andrewa and aill a.. t,, L, i, ithI
hip. f.111111
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Hlte IsCiroular In Sbea and Over
M Poet Aerees a4 the inm.
Unathemable Depth.

(Starke Teleaph.)
Bradford county is poor in natural
curiosities. buit Ihas ne that is in-
terestlag enough to mke up for the
scarcity ofat others. l* ila the sink
hole, situated about to miles soith-
west of Starke. The easiest way to
reach the place is to take the Wan-
nee branch train to Clayno st*alon, af-
ter which a walk of a mile In a souith-
erly direction will take one there.
The road lies over Sat. uninterestntig
laad, and the surprise Is therefore all
the greater to suddenly find oneself
am the brink of -a ahgss.
How sink holes were lorned, through
the breaking In of the roots of caves
In the underlying limestone. was de-
ertbed In The Telegrph home time
ago. Such sinks. but of a smaller ex-
tent and less depth, are plentiful In
the limestone region *f Florida. but
very few show the silas of as great
age as IBradford' s lak does. The
water level there is ,*t p ,,r.-at a., low
as it has ever been knov 1i to Lbe -
about 90 feet below the surrounding
land, and the water at iplacest near t.v"
edges has been found to be s8i feet
In depth, while probably much Seeper
in the center. It Is circular in shape
and over 200 feet across at the rim.
The sides are very ste and after the
limestone is reached.b,0 or 80 feet
down. so perpendicular that no one
who was unlucky enough to fall into
the water could be rescued by his
own efforts.
Trees and bushes hase found f,,oot-
holds on the sides and the place pre-
sents a tery pretty picture. As no
one, looking down the steep side.- to
the black-looking water can Ie ,ii
Imagining how he would fe-i I if I.,,
should tumble down there. the 1|1 ,
has a fascination which. added to it.-
strange be-auty. Inipre'..-es a Ilk tre, tin1
the mind of the beholder that r"n.i.in.
vivid for years. Yet compali;alie-ly
ftiW I,'til- ? ;t% a r **- thi. place,.
and no i.IJl ,fr.i; !. of iit t. been tak-
ent as far a- w .- kii
The great age tl the' ink hol- i
prol n l,L) a dl-1, r:a.inia that tht '.-ain
water from the surrounding land hami
wirn fir-t through sand and yellow
clay, then through blue clay. then
through limebiton to the sink. The'
rims of part of the' deepelt channel
have closed together. forming a short
tunnel too narrow to admit of enter-
The writer viewed thi- place last on
January th. and found yellow Jes.a-
minels in bloom on the walls of the
sink a month earlier than they ai ll
appear on the surface of the land Tc'r
races could be constructed oni the
side. and the deep. rich. well-draintd
soll would iarxlsit a tl.e' 'hole 'lst fruit.
ianid no cold that .'* r ('.mia I t o i nridai
could a.,e rte- e allnough tc iliiar.' tihe
diclta tcitedier l.iilt- if IIal, | l J lol dowiaa i
on th' w ill-, iliadl w lit a ulti. rl .\
lM>-nurl A n in, 'i I \1 ,'1
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WASPINGTON. Jan. 1I.-Mr. For-
aher yesterday addressed the Senate
on the Brownsville case. the galleries
being crowded with visitors and the
attendance of Republican Senators
large. Only about one-fourth of the
Democratic members, however, re-
mailed throughout the discourse.
When Mr. Foraker commented on a
statement of the detectives respecting
a letter be had written to one of the
discharged soldiers, he laid down his
manuscript, and with considerable
vehemence declared:
"I have doubtless written some let-
ters needing explanation. I have
doubtless written some letters that I
would not have written If I had all
the Information I got at some other
tin.e. But I have never written any
letters r-nce I left my mother's knee
of which I hai.e bte'n a shanmid. er that
neetda'd any lying to explainn.
"If I have shown anv undue zoal
In comniient ilg on this proc'-'edinK.'
he cou.tlhitd. again departing from
his manuscript. '"It is nA though
anrer, but through that inilizi'.nt r --
t mtnient that ery salf-Ie,-ie tin
i"in f- els a ho is pted Uplon Ity the
Go'eri.."';it hie il attempting to serve.
No language can complete> described
such a shameful performance, and I
do not exempt anybody from that re-
mark who has been connected with
it from the highest to the lowest."
Commenting on the report of Her-
bert J. lirowne. who had charge of
the Investigation by deter: :\t.-. Mr.
Foraker declared that he had tben
shocked and horrified when he read
his statement. "I wish." he said. hi%.
voice resounding throughout the' chain
Ier. "that s)ione'leiy else Iwho pjirate
atlibit the dis.honiet. o tf t the r pletlle.
evid#eily nv ianinig the Pr- hAleiitl
"coulbl e lhockt (k-d and liorrifid."
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Lodse mid he had only ome e.
t to make on Mr. TorakWe,
ks. tha: being in relation to lb
llty of the employment of Broaw
Baldwin. "without referees t
r methods or the merits of their
e said expenditures had been tdme
i this fund under President N*
ley as well as President Roosevsk
also by*Mr. Root. Presldentelet
and Gen. Wright, each as seam
or w'ar. No constitutional p
m. Mr. Lodge said. had bees vi
d by these expenditures.
he employment of Browne. hbe ,
clearly not Illegal. beeaea ha
not a detective by protneslm a
nged to no agency. The edea
er which objection to the 011pk1
t is made is that "no employee
the Pilnkrtnn or similar agey k
I Ine e.i'ilo))ead ll the Governmaf
t.,. or I t in oflcer of it of the
r', t ,f C ." T;;ht.' Thertefore. hI
Sthe' r<-tirt.," 1 rei,1 0 only aply
'!.jw in v. v! ;, :u a profe-Ariita

r F rt*-,: *r 1; tlit a ,: 1, '0
I t v '. (ito ill l hill providlan
t'i nti.-t i!-t..t *of t t di. cbar-:
1. r.-.
*i..tor Cl('ii1 saidl ie wlabrd to
for Mr F'uraker' hill. but wi.bed
nder.-twol that thli. n tlan had an
(.-tion with the projnotition dle
od leaterday.
*nator W.irren as chairman of the
:tl;tte'e. on nilary affair. raid he
'J not agree Iupon a t!me' t fdv' to
Ion the Vill % in i'v f *h' ab
4e (i~' :lI. r I'r.cz r ,f T. nnl-
froni, !. e :'- r I'rai:e
led to tI 'k lon tl,' ,. i'r
t ,,h 2 ,* l: ,ld (l,.i f f t ul I"*-
Ii1 at ti'ct.

In "Want" ads. bring results.

Old Citizen of Gainesvillte Da
I (', i't rth it,. 1 I
tl.r a linge'riingg illn'.-te of more
two tiitlis. Mr Al'\ Awera. AB
cil rizli of' (tli tile'vlh. iSitM d
y at his honi oltn l' 'arl itriet.
lay. .ianuuar lith. Mirrounded h
,intlir' famnilly and Inan faithful
id-. hi a r't coullntililly at hji
idt. for days Itwfore. thie end e0sa
a IV born in Smithille' i C J-ae
\ i I a t |' h* e-ar" e
i- cit\ t!'i.ln :> Ml!i i ,' (f thblee
1 -tor.. s :i;alt ,e r'' r b eatd
.it,'l el. it hi l. 1--,la ie ii' 'a
I niif 'i'.iaratt. ;tinly h, fcore be U
a.>r- of fiutl< I '.I h- e bald
i,, i t, !,, lal, iv il o)f ibe' all'
After the iar he' rturued f
0-\ill.- wha re' h. h:i liv.d &S l t
.'. uiiprighlt citiL n f r fifty yela .
ail H to . ''.Ir a kid ,fal n n ll luig
,1 a o, Ml', < Ilitell!" 1. r i f tl!' E*pi
(hiii h lii ; i c irl,,. **1i Ilr iUE
,,i.,' 'u (i. a* f u it l;' ** 1 'YVl
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Mr and Mrs R. A ilulora'.' lu-.t Fri. An
day evening Afta r tI tlte (ifia~
tit-e ne'114-tilIC unsl o- r r#-fre':-hwci itl% Aft
%we're' .wrvt-d. and all reported a itado
Theeshipmeniit of lettuce' has4be'at-iiOldI
-.vrv lwea vy for the' past week and the' aa
sipliclers hav e been recvi. lug flue' Fe Sutir
t trtais Ihis 4
'The 1W. 0. W. held4 their re-gitlar fri.',i
mlonithlly bus4iness muIit'tt lg Saturda) Ibedimi
ev~e'ninic. A. Er. 'atim %a-, a Initiated. It"'AV
after which the feilluja lug offlicers %%4 re II

('asawlse Ad'i. iter lj.ut,'natIt. Wt. .11 or 4)1
Cannon;: Hanker, C. It. Abi~tein, C'lerk. a re'
1: A !)uiati.''. Eaac'rt. W J l"'.tian?

it 1 ata.'s' % i,. i ta A N Ir II rtn t'. c?' I rtra
11. Prl~r*a) nI v it tI i tli' t ite-i i it t ai Ir E~i~
I' I % 7q Thvi.' vi-~ct~i'c e~d him vat II erI

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New Salrd Theetre.
K M M A atf. P** OyAI -" 'vmf*y'.s A vu," a
hower Sshsf.
h llllw&,w JaEnUryt ISS-hkt and
It fSa m Ble M -he.Iu.,n- Abrow.'"
S(bmb om bs" W'ds M.8frV (0 bw.
Stu t3 e (bompanyjr, te f owar/ ir pd
I- o 7 8Eoot rde Theatrem.
I I L i 91 WNew M1 PWswres, each a/Pernscn

doI *, We hi W oud Ilkr StoImpress npok theaa.

yCo m =oInds ofthe people of Oaineuville
No miU do w that "Charley's Aunt." which will be
SofthepreseIted at The Balird Theatre rt.-
day SIght Is a one of the cheap,
...--- .. easy hind of comedies that you usually
ea. but a sterling comedy that has
I i o a-~ won favor the world over. We would
as g1 t also, IOees the act that it will be
Is played by a thoroughly competent
qua came..

bSre o f th depart- Westrie Thetre.
BB ? ?Those who have never attended a C
al O 10h 6 Igiven Is moving picture show have no concep-
them allowed to .- tUon of the pleasure they are deprive.
10 0 w SOWhih tang themselves of by not fren erntly
gPwil VW"No spending an evening at the Electric I
8II ^^. | ie L li Il V. W1 5a ls't enjoyment Is but nominal, and
mat only tI there fun. but educational
P& 3 2 o11 A. W. points to be gained. When a reel ap-
i S1tev Devill. vlie a- x giving you views of celebrated
cities, mountains, lakes and custom
i reward to a of the Inhabitants of foreign countrit.
W h eOfr the deprt-* it Is like being present and actually '
6 0 iedmMI Ato Ihave the st-.Ing the thigi b *in stowm..
i Mi t act as such. The pictures this week are very fit:.
Wk! I ? to bold a meeting and the attendance keej'i up tt t'!:
% Bthe st Wednesday usual g,)od houses.
S monthly meeting of *

0asr made a suggestion. TThe Pickert Company.
| i a afterward put In form of T! ., lrfort'ance of the four l'i<
Sadt taU lantern bov on ert, and C(omjpay at T, ie rr Tr *
Nogifo eampany have the written tre yesterday afternoon a. l. -: .i
l O their parents before includedd their engagemeni.t ht r-, f r
48W I Jt as such. Motion car- the present.
At the mnatin,'e "The 11an 1 r,..
.acramento" %as le!at-lain ;y r. i(;. *.i A.
'' oepaIs or tndigestlon for ai.d in the eveniiixg f.air-siz, ;. a, d.
e appetge, and what I did *i ect great ly. njo.ed "The .M.:uni, o,
,s MW terribly. Burdock the l;roswns." There n as an ailiund
NI| 6lt earet meO."-J. H. Walk- anre of comedy in the lplay. atdi tl',
|l|7 Obie. members of the camte executed th,!i'
00 1 ~parts ilI a way to get thi -no.-* ...:
of thtlm.
As is usual with the Pickert troui.e.

SOE -wienijoy d.
The companyy Kgo) from thi. city to,
Ot anla, lnd the leol'l of t ilt. l l( k
'City will no doutilt accord theim' a
Splendid patroi.tag TI:. ctiomi:pany i.
all that It.* matnag.r c nli it to te.


thati coning! ls GHElR UPl

____ ,_.............___ Yesterday's vote was light, that i,.
tsno one candidate received a very large
^ vote The three kadera received th.
m L argee t ,ote.
Another new candidate entered the
K a ,e nt^r d a '. r .ce i i a gtr t ,rt <* a "
aa__A"__A^lFollowing I t Ie vute a canwa scd f
K\V-.)>.eds ..d y aft,-i 1 ,111.
.M I-" Calh, ritw l;tlh city i ,.,l,*
.rm to elet from, ', t' lt*e;:te r.. ;it I ,
\ I)\ l a D .lta I :tl.- i| 1.' 1 .

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mwst Cash Prices "
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We solicit your ...

patronage and

will make it to '

your interest to
buy from US
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HARDWARE CO. \I.'Ea1i .' r ;
111a Al1e t fe 1 ..1 ..f lrl. a d
The duun othv fur callhugc 'dl

General Demand
of the W, ll-Infdr:n< I of the WodJ bal
always btn for a simpj, pleasant Wad
efficient liquid la active rmelly of kaows
value; a l.txative w..cih physicians could
reaction for f.inily ur !'.rau-e its com-
ponwi* iarts nre known to them to be
wholetw:ne and trnly beneficial in effect,
acceptable* tj tae systemn s1 tl gentle, yet
pronipt, in sc'!.nr.
In supplying that ,l':n ndl with its ex.
e4e1nt coitbination of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of (enna, the California Fig Syrup
Co. proceeds along ethical lanes and relies
on the merits of the la&t; ve for its remnarsk
ablwe su-e6s.
That is one of many reatons w h
Syrup of Fip and Elixir of Senna is gives
the preference by the Well-Informed.
To get its benerifial effects always buy
the geuine-manufactured by the Cali.
forna Fig Syrup Co., only, and for "ae
by al lading druggists. Price fifty cent.
per bottle.




Room Used for White Pasmengers Com-
pletely Demolished-Damage Done
in Placing Cara Last Night,

in ; tlacingg .:r. ,on ti:h, St.abl, ard
side track at the So.aboard d(I l,,'t lt.-t
night, at tht foot of Univer ity '.tr-.t.
the engine backed a (rnlonad of uItin-
ler citar through theC o\ imt 40 .1K
rc il. coinmll,-tel:. ('noli !.i: tl. I t
|N)rtin i of th o1 ;i1 -'l:. k 1 t i r a
l,'as *- n '. :,i.,l fr,-,gLt dt r",
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Prominent Busa:'ess Man of Pea ri
Captures Fair Dav.liter of Alachia

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and catral :e l .; I ,t ijtr1. r l a *of in
hrd 2, a 'a rO!.v! 1. Sh 4 uti e a hr a '

fully costume of greeni chiffon broad- .t t. .Ir\
clotb. with hat to watch, when attired

A very dainty lUn ~he~ojiwas ,-r a4l
in tlar.. (e aaII''-.-t ,, to ai rrc% m\il'i. Id
f ritndis at 1. o'c loc k. Thte color
'('hvieti of.Oi lt 'data' : rieta wasWa greiaii
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A Big 3=Days' Sal

Jr. 14 at The Magmet CashSW
II 'ai l] Crimkery. I4' -S lEnas'
V i aro atl Ia 14111.A an. I)eIIt II m
!I '- elolop rtiollty to ji' t ll You DftdI
ha-c gim.!- wa~r le '-4'-a t4.#11 ,Ca
.1? '1 -.- i c,1 mroe l t.1aye V, sil ke


~Riss NI 'eton

-- Novetics, tBaiS. Statimlei)

Croup. Ccuj~is and C,,ds. (or
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Machines for Reat


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DM, JANUARY I1. 1909




P. 0. L Have Membership of Seventy.
ix Names on Charter List. er
Which Remains Open. E

The Protective Order of Ea:;.s or
ganized an aerie In thih city on Wved
nebday evening under sery favorall Rh
circumstances. ha ling a menibltir-.i .
of seventy-six names for the oIe ni iag
At this. their firet nmetilng. vihlirl.
was held l'rattically for organilzat oa.
a larye nunmber of the nit r% V. 1.(1
had signed the lit were jresenit and:
aild their initiation fee and selected t
a number of names for offcers of the
aerie. which wall be votedil nii at
the next iettliKg. H
It was decided by those ir-seitt to
hold the charter list open ftr another
week. u hen ti:e e? action of o.,(, er,
will occur and the order finally launch- r
ed in this city.
The next nit+.ting will be h .ld on
VWt(dne(da) evening. and they ha.rt s'-
(e eid ruomu t,.-ini rn'arily in tlh IItarie*-.,
'*iildjin. whi(h may be later i., and a;rain.o tion.s can einret there. Tli].l latter ;!i(m I.
ho' \at' er, v' il -e .ulje'l t tto thi .l t. it. '
of t .it r or, r.
E:%'try e.ff'rr,' !1 1.,- n.ai!,. tae it.
cIt a-.- l'te il t ,ni -, e It tI,.e ttr i r ,
ra.tIl, ,' Ic l4 (h ti i'i. bt LtI.t .1 gef
ri r l .t.! '. 1, a ;ai l n1.1 I, I- 0I1* I,'
wor 'I.'g to tI .t ,d.

ReL 'rs to Gc'C',or'.
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SGainesville Furniture CL
* i Ganesville, Florida.

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WeL' -'vinJ Piurchas
g.i l|ville Which .Were
pasocd to PrUsners.

Tbomtonan ''' '.*
WL-ere rr.-t.,- iow l* aw d th trl ;(
tO effect n *.''I,* Ir,,1 t;"
y Ja'l. wich nrm a-c .>lg*-
beenl doltn p m,' oll!or hn
gthe time of th' esc('al'
Walker of LeU'y cou"Ity ha-
^^lf working on thet case foll
MaW collected sufficient I-
mve a the arr, .t of thlt pal-.
h Ie of the escalw of the
as.s, Thornton, together with
f were living at Bronson,
a defendant was conducting
shop. but has rece at Kanapaha. where he-
as blacksmith for a saw%-
aet place.
I that Thorton Pent his
l, tMs city and had her pur-
g Iaws which effected the re-
6 e Levy county count,'rtelt-
llint te fian in iwr-'on Ipassed
l through the windows into
0gpled by the Brooks'.
3 Walker of Levy county
l ave positive proof of the
L t g ,been passed in t1)
Il t further than having ivur-
155 Name the young lady is
, ed.
at one time res'ided in
glt. and has a large number
S d acqua;ntanc.. here
biDary hearing will lbN
vegnsop today iwfore County
n Friedman. Judge S.d 1I..
les been engaged by the d-


$*f Mrs.0 5. Thomas Was
Largely Attended.
al of ti. lt. .t*Mr, l
ws held fr rm *1', I'r t M '
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For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female lIs
MiSieai, li,, Minn.- I 1 .4< i cr t i
I Il.* ri r I in t ahii.;tl t' r >I .4 v 1.1 'I
.'t ,' lit1 l i": (,r: 1 i t

1 tl iti I ,I
l'dt l lu tr d h

felt sure it would
lit P t ir. tip 1 l I nhlist
m y it (liid help me
I t ('d*- rfiiily. M
-hiilil .ll l,-ft 1ur. I
rew st ronger,ind wit hin three months
I was a wrfectlv well woman.
*'I want this letter made public to
show the hnt-fit women imav derive
from Lydia E. Plnkham's Vlgetable
Compound."- Mrs. JOHlN G. MOLANX,
2115 Second St.. North. Minneapolis,
Thousands of unsoliited and genu-
ine testimonials like the above prove
the efficiency of Lydia E. linkham's
Vegetable Compound, which is made
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who suffer from those dis-
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
not lowe sigt of these facts or doubt
the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to restore their
If y want pedal advice write
to Mrs. Pnlakbm, at Lynn, Mass.
She wil treat your letterasatrictly
confidential. For 20 years .he
has been helping sick women In
this way, free of charge. Doa't
hesitate write at once.



Lowest Bid Was For Sum

of $162,000.

A n ;I-.it'4ht ti71"),.iJavk: oll'.illc MO.

an '~.t h, -I. wt -t loidd. r for Ithe
U( t 'oll ot I !Ie G %ain l it- jahlje-

ga~p. ~L clA?.: : V''iI-

u h" U, to k. at!4.. rtj.-ed for again, or
and h.. a.'i *a I %,* %'crk '*~ *1ut. il aan inacrvas~e'of

~ithe jIrp ~i 9' FoPr City Marshal.
h0*de~d tipill1,;:"1; ~.Irc':pv.'t fully annlountce nmy-:elf a
Uad dej'e.t, an.!- cliuat.- fo~r tit.' offlt.-of City .%Ia r-
b an e~, *Ii !'r I10. I 1 ..~. -t %l* ~u' I ftir attthic 41.( tioli
0 wbo hal ii I,.4 rll 1". If 1 1* I Vill
bum"~ i~.i- 19 i 9 9't.
hilWY was tv\.r hide-1'I~tia r ~f9.r Ir
kyVteti and Ilong aug iIt and pj. tfjla11 .,Iii *4' qW)( all, ir
* bved almost asa ci~~iwI!-4 %,n 11*-.. 4 il I. t.9 a i ~:t .1

one of he~r ~ncc''. 1,% %%I'l["
5.Eectlouatt-h r'-f4rr. d to as'

Thomas l'ap-bed fromt earthh t
With dut) %cdl dowt- ha~ tti

110ther %%:t -, ii 't v r I i I i it I

world. nd tie r tcaoYr. i:m4
4m iS erA ClillaF. 491'I: II- 4,. I I

of Gode
SPlaY Return Engagement.

~IMf di-r e4 L. 44. 91. ) I, I
Which '.! 4. 4.
Wthe Ul .
VU1Ali 1'.

ft !Mtr
60 ILL I
16 ab.

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Every Mother
Is Lr should be worried when the
little oilt-s have a cough or cold. It
il:iy le'aul to croup or pleurisy or pmeu-
ii',nlia then to something more seri-
ou.. Itallard's I orthuound Syrup ~ il
tcuire. thit trille' at o(ice( aid pre-'tliit
anly coi'llrcatioIn. Sold by W. M..
J( ..11 -(1,1
I'artl, ha it;g job printing done at
Il!,. Suu ohtic.- are e-ntitled to one
\,tit, it thI. l'.hi &- Safford Piano (Coni-
,., t for .ah ( .t pald for hu(c
A,. 1 k I1-,t t f rf t tl,'.s %%h'u lit in it--d
f iriti.t Id t.at .'):.. r It4 ad ( lt<. ald-
L I ,L ;t i.tig ,partlculars re-
, : .. t t ;i.d It. f r ith ,
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v'e I'th* 's /c A:so Been Arrested
V/,i' Some cf Ni8Ms ng Goods on
Te -iRarp-sey Ccnv.cted.

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| r; ,.: r .r t'.at h.i ', \ ){"
S I| n t?. ,' I. t lllr a in o i-lb in '
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.; t,,. art ? 1. tl ci rcimi tncl;" '-
;.4oint .-triixugly to th'i-,r guilt. as they
:; i.\' b. ii r,:i4Il ith limie' of the
go,. s in their po :<.--.- n. It is
thought this will wind up the entire
innlt who have. ben i ope'ra'ltin l that
v. tion for the past several months.
I .,, ni-; that the ngroes -ever
m.tole any very large amounts at one
tir. '. hbut mad' their visits. often al-
slays securing provisions and wearing
apparel and other articles from the
:tores of W. R. Rice at Island Grove
.and IHaymans' and Coleman's places
at ILochloo-a.
Justice 8. C. Haymans has been
working hard to get the offenders in
hand. and he has done some extra
good detective work In locating the
parties with the property on them.

Neotl Grafters
The proprietor of one of the largSt
hotels in New York. speaking of the
usess i.-de by nonpaying customers of
his hboose, said to a rural guest a few
d<-.' n.o: "We have a large number of
Iatrons from whom we never collect
a CentL although we have no sceb
thing as a free list. They come here
In the morning, pick up a casto" pa-
per. which they read, keeping an ee
open for another, which they grab as
soon as It is dropped. After reading
awhile they stand at the ticker. often
giving long lectures to their fellows on
Ctnanclal conditions and stock poisl-
litltlcs. The overcoat becomes burden-
owme. and it is taken to the check
room. where Its owner known it will
ie perfectly safe. Then. It they can
tear themselves from the ticker, let-
ters are written on our stationery.
TLy do ut.i-t use uur tlepiouneLm be-
cnase we charge an extra 5 cents for
thei ca:il. but they carry hbnme matches.
to+thlpleks. llank cards n;.d blotters
and use up the soap In our laratories.
They n.1o take generous nibbles of
thle cheese> ntind crae'kers in the cafe.
The strangest part of all is this-that
the niajrltv of this cvl.'s are well to
do and hh:l.ly res.I'e 1(v ,UIt ., d t t wishut themU out."-
New York Trilure.

for Inbzcta and Chids.
IM liln Y;. :~ "'" a q"
as th, : ^t.a sw
&Cnatare of

Honeyed Words.
"How are, you getting along at
home? Th,, lant litoe I called your
wife iwas giving you Ithe dk'kens."
"'Quite true. I had been a bad boy.
But lhe rehnxd. last night she came
very near calling me boney."
*'Youdon't rnean It! How was thatT"
"SLe enll.*d me old leeswax."-New
,,rk I'rrve
No Hurry.
.."(,f (.'un.' 1. "1 i. a" id the Sun-
dl.iy 4-!h -.. ,', i. r. 'y.ud like to le

allk 11.. 1. %.., .1 1 *" t '"119Y.3
-xri;er *c ~. i: ri-plied Trommwy,
btut 141 li:... I. '.%,alt ilt 1I1 1 C1:1I-C a
N ,uII ~rv ov n I a _,: a' 1 i, riy ti t k1 -
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The Kind You Uave Always ought, and which h bes
In uae for over 80 years, hba borne the s gnatm= a
and has been made under his p.-
monal sUperv isonm smnce It hlaqNy.
Alwb mo oe Meto deedvyouto I 16
All Counterfeit% Imitations an J "J -t-mgotd a-We b
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the bMh'
inaat, and Clildrea-Experiemce IIIal~t Kxpe "

ChstelafIsa armem 0~0 e' -rOm--
gorle, Dreps and ie hagyrup. It to Plaern
"Buta"es nether OpIme. MOrphiNe O V er W
mae a..nts ..e-et hl stee. It s"am ta* M

o& It relleve Testhncg Trembles, eres CMA--- ..


The Kind You HaeTlvays .t

In U For Ovr 8 30 Yamr




It pays the farmer to plant only the -bes. It's s
question not of "how cheap," but of "how ood."
off Sus as d hpt FbiiiniM E d Wad
We are now booking orders for Peas and ogthr miasehbs. We
will he glad to mend you prim ae on equ. -




Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Buildig, Jacksaville, Fie.

We buy aiid sell Local Securities of All Kinds. Correspond
ence invited.




Fire. Life and Ac:ident .."..4**,


011d)1litI. prudentin ev-l

in trying to keep the
1140ze11-" l4)111 getting on
!ire., lout by hlavinig it
Ii -relIII tiliiw M) jtbat
~7'iif 04)t take ficti you

A. M, CUSHMAN, Agent GainesvikFhii





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English drains. Thls W tridr hlluewry:
There wits a certain Julims gdeil t-.
NOW% c d to le a Nl-priwto..~ i. % aicsoull a
forge at Tol*oIn Me a 1testi' ly ar tfl
that Witet-t.*ithIa enir a d i I -o.-.t.. v.ft
su'.us fi~r t M .e I~e 4 f lik1
Hladen. iw~i. hIi *rt* ri,i,~stt.1:as iii
144.?t .( r. -w 4 o. '11 11a t l I r' l a i r.
~'i':vs rw% 1I1114 1-ij. rut o%% fd r
t 140 llaa..I l..I n 14t'. j 4 .ai *
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so M New We4
w Teas uht byo met eartse
ea& ofS e ~ pa to be bese
Itead (as I maf up my imi, with
a asek of pleasure, a few weeks
awt e tos as aumut ful. as tedivldaal
ame. a Ve Take. Of oure there are
her sky and her atmosphere. Even a
regular old frump of a city could wear
a spurIou ebarm wheo golden wine of
sema ie dripped over her from a
erysal cup studded with turquotNs or
toIn a s et seb as beave and Turner
albM co ld eomeetve, ttertln Ilk* a
beap of jewels behind a vell of spr-
kI, gold duet. But the startUln, M-
marre beauty of New Tork could exist
eves ln a Losdon ftg.
What i there to say of a vast city
where all the arehttecturwe of the
world and some that were never seen
(anywhere else) on land or ea rub
shoulders together? Would you not
think that they would refuse to speak
to each other. e,ve If they didn't fight
to disastrous battle dreadful to wit-
naes? But go to New York and see.
I mid to myself as I drove about
New York that the gay. rokyrftl city
was like a huge owner garden where
th gardener had sown hie seeds any-
hw-crison bollyhocks, sole a-
owr, dainty pnks, imodet olets.
tall white in. larksapurs, pansies and
a thoumand other eary things shelter
akoerl, leaving them to come up aDl
among each other as they ehose, and
instead of the experiment belg a fall-
ue it turned out a giorloum ccems.-
Mrs. C. N. Wlllamso tom LAmdo.
Obesity ad Will Powe.
Obelty is early cured with the ex.
re of the proper cae and Mrtatnt
on the part of the patient Without
thM however. the c is Impossible,
and no physician or medlctne can be
of any help. The happy-go-lucky dis-
positlom of fat people, their tendency
to regard their ailment lightly, cause
these to took upon nothing seriously.
to deny themselves nothing. These
ehar cterittcs, which generally are re.
sponilble for their allment, furnish
the greatest obstacles tn the way of
curing them. As a rule, the tat person
doss just the oppoette of what be
ought to do. He eats the very foods
be should avoid, avoids those he should
eat, shuns exertion of every kind. In-
lulges In rest and luxury and seeks
the way f the etslent resistance geo-
aally.-"WIll Power."
The Anelent Manufacture of Copper.
The ancient Syrians and Phoeni
cdane are well known to have been ac-
tive traders in copper, and they man-
ufactured this metal Into bronze by
melting it with tin. Learned an-
tiquarles assure us that the P'hoeuni-
etaq sertn"!'.-' ar.ie to England and
to Irelnnd in search of tin for th s
pur;mw. a.d l some years ago some
eurlcns bronze articles were found In
several ou the ,,ld tilne worklangs In
Coruan'i. whi h are believed to have
been let there by that ancient people
at a time when no bronze was either
The Meanest Man In Town
Is the one who always wears n
frown, is cross and dl'ir,-eable. and
Is short and sharp In hisq answer.
Mne cases out of ten It's not the pIoor
fellow's fault. Its his Ilier and diges-
tion that make him feel so miserable
-he can't help being disagreeable
Are you in danger of getting into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herblne for your
liver-the safe. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. M. John-

"Theu Oiost on Point o Fox."
Su: bln,'f .re J ...i- rul,:l t,
through the t teenth al 1 Nt'veiteeti'
e..turte. fr their ex-efllhnt tlu'mir.
;l&id untluiou of the.u is frtquent't in



The Lon Distance System

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
sociatod 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
These long distance lines are of the
meet modern and Improved construc-
tion and are mdaintained at a high
state of efficiency. The Bell systems,

operating In various sections of the
country, are uniform in their equip.
ment and in their methods of eper
Only by reason of this close traffic
arrangement between the Sell Tele.
phone companies is it possible to go to
a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
communication with almost any point
in the country.
This vast network of wires, radiate.
ing throughout the nation, is used
daily in commerce and for social pur.
poses by the banker, the farmer and
citizens in all walks of life and our
plant here is an important link in this
great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

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Start the

ew Year






"That Which Is Worth Having Is

Worth Advertising For"

The old adage that what is worth having is wort'i ask-
ing for is st:ll true true of the more iutLrLite ife of today.
The thing you want-whether it is a used piano or a
home. whether it is a ready-made business or a lost pocket-
book- is obtained readily tlrouigh advertising, and with
difficulty, or not at all, through other means.



)A, JANUARY 14, IM99 |


oso. o. OF CATARRH
Catarrh is a blood disease which aus a eneal inflammation of
hair linings or mucous membranes of the body. The disening of these
delicate surfaces and tissue produce all the well known symptoms of the
trouble, such an ringing noises in the head and ear, tight, stuffy eelin is
the nose. pains above the eyes, Irritation of te throat, om..etimes at
ver,an ana eneral feeling of weakness and ill health. Even the lunp
become affected by the contional paage of impure blood through them, and
there is danger of coitu...ptiou if the disea is allowed to remain in the
syste. 8. 8 & cures Catarrh because it purifies the blood. It goes into
the circulation and removes every particle of the catarrhal matter, making
this vital fluid pure, rich and healthy. Then the inflamed membranes begin
to heal, every symptmn disappears, the constitution is built up and health
stored. 8. 8. rids the system of catarrh by attacking the trouble at its
head and entirely removing the cause from the blood, thus m.1king a perma.
neat and lasting cure. 8. 8. S. is made entirely from health-KIving roots
herbs and barks, and for this reason isan especially safe and desirable medicine.
Book on Catarrh and any medical advice free to all M he write.






fM- matter.

SW r as Pubusaer

Iseat. Composin Rooms

:i 1 a. WMAN BLOCK
80"-.8 ** Tat.1ows 19
SM,1blabevery momriegmon
&gvW bysoarrier Is lthe city. or
S"ft1 the Vtfted tatem. ptage
lumew ge AIe weks--tricly IN

1a Iestocal column tocerts aine
MAd werat fb each additional
advertising made known n

W tk tau is an eight page, forty
t published every Moaday and
wemtaiu atll tbhnews of the
-mlie and general. and will be
lee. toaM y part of the ruited
fo *so a year-4i advance.
bai tsinme due aftte firtA
o fdIvrtiseaet. salem otherwise
0te0a. fPartie not known to us
to pay for advertistge la ad-


ugw proposed to extend the is-
3| for the construction of
canal to $53'.000.u,.e-
We times as much as it was
baMoved the canal would cost.
SII or granted that the propo-
Mae because it is now realiz-
g1 the rate of progress to ex-
ShaMs beV made up to date
will probably cost $,m'.-

| estimates are constantly In-
we have no reason to think
9W,0 will be the limit. Why
ie alts vary so widely from
that were carefully madit

ti but one probable answer
S work is beinK don-. in a11
way. At the bt.ginniii
exposures were startling.
IM paid salaries two or three
high as cabinet members re-
[=I4 one instance at least a man
S t required to give up| his
VJ tmoess, and In several men
Wle not required to go to the'
at & aV drew exorbitant .-al

Congress bowed before the
I and surrenidered to Tht eo-
lMevMelt the power of control
the door to waite and ex-
to the e at two or three times as
as their services were worth.
tl course has he pursued.
11- by favoritism. At one time
BtcMided to let the work out t.>
Maar and bids wS re aked.
B lowest bidder wa not th.
I whbom the President and the
III that surrounded him lhetd
I e he contract all bids were re-
i d the work was cu0n1anued
h V0fernment su|.rT i-ion. Now
Mt known whether a lock or a
ilr canal is to be built or hoi)
im will coast or when it will be
il. All that is kinowi i.. that
I Pt's connection with it is neatr
[*(l. and in that wei have tIhe
lller of satisfaction that is to
Bla connection with the uhole'

a household has bitterly real
Gut "willful waste makes woftld
Tb" T nation, like the house-
pB ao beginning to fe 'l thin as
1t the waatinga of its natural

WLA rood dteal of our wate-
P"qWitY has 6-ien due to the
iYour tiliIr I inmer i..and
020 al iirtjelu,*%t ti ~ .14 i U i-
we arv learning not mlIy
are nut iiluxiahi P.R

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The New York Press says: "As evi-
dence that the Senate means to be
atlio!ut.'ly fair to President Roosevelt
it appoivt.s as two of the Judges to de-
cide whether he violated the law in
permitting the 'nlted StAte's 8teel
'Corporation inargaer. Senator Culber.
son. who has already decided that Mr.
ilooe'ielt was guilty of lawlessness.
and Segnator Foraker. olne. of the Prep.-
idehat bhitterest e'nemie's "
The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot says:
'lennomy in pleaded as the reason
why no rivers and hlrbors bill will tw.
;pr'-e.nted at this session of Congress.
When the gap between (iernment
income and outgo is con.,ide red. th,
.iCe--lity to ec nonize becomes all too
.appare-nt. But why not begin the
*conomizing Ibv abolishing sonme of the,
,hou-.ands of useless offices which
I',%t. len ti created during the past
c--e in year." Thelvre is an tcononli
which is the extreme of wastefulness.
Of that kind is the econoniy which
neglects improvement of ,h.- country'i,
w ate'rways. '
The Raleigh (N. C.) News and Ob-
r.ervtr (lkm.) says: "The policy of
breaking the solid South goes merrily
on. The President (over the protest
,)f the business men of Florence. 8. C.A
has apiljointtd a negro as postmaster.
The Senate will probably not confirm
'he appointee,. and Mr. Taft will have
a chance to show what he will do. In-
asmuch as South Carolina Democracy
:s regarded as the truest of the true.
the Republicans are going to appoint
most negroes in that State and seek
to gain votes by ignoring them in
such States as North Carolina and
Tennessee. regarded as possibly sus-
'eptlible to seduction."
The Indianapolis News (Ind.) says:
-The Republican party. driven by the
need for more revenue. is actually
considering the iinlp)sltion of direct
taxes, taxes that hae nev- .r before
eent inim)4etd excetit in war time. A
t>ak chetk ta ;. a hin a i, r tax on beer.
id a coffee tax hav% all tw'',n sugge',t-
1. N, one apparently. either in Con-
gr.*-:; or outside( of it. is thinking of
cutting dowh ex|lense.-. The Presi-
.! i:t ni.l no sug 4,resti)II of this sort
in his recent annual message. On the
contrary. their l. the sarte pressure
(f)r a.ppropria' it n. Y. t while our Ipopl-
ulation has bh .:;.i asking 2'2 per
,'*lit our expe l~ e. h. lii(crea-ed
)\t r ,# pI r ('ent anau our re-% 'inuti-. have
increased 73 per cent. And there is
actually talk of a bond issue."


In these days when the conserva-
tisni of natural, physical resources re-
eviv.' o imlth of m-rite-d attention. it
I( but the| part of ui~diom to note
other pohssiblltlties. at li.ast. for the
m factors. Indeed, as development of
the National Conservatory Commis-
Ion. Professor Irviu W. Fisher. of
Yale' diversityy. is making a study of
the enijrilious and almost unbewlieable
.,(*onoinic losses through the prevent-
ihle diseases which public interest do
not alwa's reckon with as a force in
the developmenIt of a (conntunity. In
this cont'ction The New York Times
r.-cently said: A youth who dies be-
fore he' l self supporting represents a
financial losh to those a ho paid for his
rnurture A self-supporting man who
die's prematurely lotss to his family
and to the community his earnings and
.lexiiben5 b.et.Aeeni the date of death
and the end of his 'probable life.' less
,oat of maintenance That is the
Ilmeasure of ecoRtiliic 'nit-rest which
the State' and individuals have In
tho"' w h1 dhi too bo)li

S',:ht' rl-' farl The t;ui and help your

lady frwi.md it, the flute '311ie.)

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IM sThe [Mmys An

Wueaome by Over-W*L
Unhealthy Kidneys lake Impure RlooL
It UMr4I to be' consilrc'1 t".i.Lt 0-oi
iriaary andl bLadder trouit-us were t,) let
traced toj the kialne%:.
but now .k0!r
science ;wocse thatt
/ ~~~nearly all i:t-.-
ill the ciib)rit~r
Are ~tbtse uust iaii'rta:.7
The ki-Inevs riltet
andi purify thebOw'-
that jisthti i Vu ok..
.-r tce nt elrtoi..r, vot icalluntierstatl-l h--%
'.1 v: ourtnt. 1kui. A k' v : Vf c te I
Ivow tcT) 0Fogu41 .tA11s tofAll3 i) do its
Ut %'mu are lik r A :1 '. !.'' be tr
tak Ing the ge-tkidney renicdy, r
asi yOUr kielne' sare %ell thery willa help
.01 the o-thcr 4.rgaiis toj health. A trial
s :1l CoM inve l'Canyoflc.
If )oU are sick you can ma~ke no mis-
take liv first elcctiring lour kiducie'
ru~me in .1-1aundthe txtr~ae4prifinry effect A~
D~r. Kiliner's Swamap-Root, the great,
kilntev regntely, t% boonrejajit't. It
b~t.11lels the laighezat icr its won- IA-riul cur"~
toi the nmost 'istm.,iang, cawb. anmtit IS U1C
0i11 it ueriti otIYv-J1tV
-Yrteggi.t-. tit fif % 'It~t-: 1c"ftsp'3

MIAn-. -WOM5
11.0C A & Imp. t tg.ei.Ihlbbma^h.I
h.- ..ii .ce al-w A 1:1 Y UL 5& I i vi %
tr, Pujtat. 'ilkd sot -I
N. I. oe ...Oate pa~m t i
1.i~trvin ttil5r t e na iv. '1. .* ,

P-8" -*09 1fiI40. 864 sat e.a 'b

The two-act postal rate on letters
between this country and Germany
went into effect January Brst. All
having correspondence between the
two countries welcome the new law.
not only on the ground of economy.
but also for the reason that It will
Increase largely the Intercourse be-
tween two great and progressive as-
tione. and thereby promote more InU-
mate relations. The more nations
know of each other the better does It
make for the peace of the world.

The prospect of a speedy settlement
()f all the' differences between this
country y and Gre-at lritaln. on the Afsh-
-rles and other questions that have
**xisted for year'.. is to be' welcomed.
While none of these troublesome queo-
tions has been important enough to
,make war probable, they have been
,ufflclent to cause a good deal of Irrt-
tation. The more friendly that the
United States and Canada become the
better for both nations.

More than a hundred people, lead-
Ing nmen and women. are engaged in
Pret-laring for the American Tabercu-
losis Exhibition to be held. first In
Jacksonville. and then In Tampa and
Pensacola. This Is the same kind of
an exhibit, on a smaller scale. as that
recently visited by forty-five thousand
people in one day. and again by sixty-
five thousand In one day In New York.

A leysl Snake Slaugharwr.
The "'secretary bird" Is on* of the
most precious birds In 8outh Africa.
It Is royal game. and any person de-
stroying one Is table to a ae of 0.
Majestic looking birds, they tamd
about three feet high and generally go
In pairs. They are of drab color, with
black, feathery legs. and are varled
for their propensity for killing snakes.
Where the secretary bird is see there
are sure to be many reptiles aboutL
T'he It.Il bents down Its advermary
firs i'lth one wing and then with the
4 ': r. nt t' nime time trampling on
It with Its feet until the snake Is s a-
'ls.ntly stunned to catch it by the
head with Its claws. Then the bird
rises far up In the air and drops its
victim to the gr-ound. to he killed. By
this means thousands of venomous'
reptiles are destroyed.-London craps.

If you have toumd anytbith see it
It Is advertised in the Want column.


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Higher at muest p-" br Chickeas, 1Wp W~g

A Comwlee b -kde HaY. Gum, Va".on& b"3.
now Nowl mwl i.We wo aftmlyI"So w aml on&
M at mst prices% mu as ww"m Um

Tampa *. Jacksonville Railw_

r1OTiVBm DEC. 19, IM

Leave Gainesville for Mienopy, Fairkeld and lo-
cal points South ... ................... 10:10 am
Returning, arrive Oaineeville ................. 4:2 pm
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 p m
Returning, arrive Gainesville.... ............ 9:80pm

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North, South, East and West
am .A ~ I p**

Cc'nult tLe "Purple Folder"


teIl,4 I I-

1,1t a .te' l" t i lo-!.hI andjII reb-

Di Pass. Agr t, Trav. Pass. Apot
Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonv'lle, Florida.
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W M. Joiso

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Croceorle

G"sq, Gardeq Seed qd FortwI

pwr"-Tprr -W'r w-


in 'OD be the
fteEa the mosft
OD be indsrof nor-
in ve ry emter
v,ybgwqn the At-
m ID be capable
M ,ilo of ep5
bun St 1be k-OWlnu1

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vat dkwihaebm.wfs-
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of eWilda MOT
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& h-s.

eedl inrket.

l lsb sso1bsla.
s- mioree.

i churrchb.

Men rystores.
Baptist cburhA.
mvee arnhture stores.
m M torae plant.
MWey newspaper.
I dr y goode atore.
s veterinary surgeou
Po* sol drink stands
Seleuric light plant.
e blacksmith hop.
e railways *ybter;..
ph bewevoleut orders
SEpris4 pai l churches
ed tatti land office
= cbhmin al laboratory
blat.. Sunday school..
M Prvebyterian church.
W ceigar (.anufaitories.
real *vatuea ageateIi t
MIatter fire d.i'arti i,.1
Weral luuil,.r c-ianra4tailc
Tee bMlailalt churche'
bres baud ofganietilonl
e photoUgrtah alerie4
0 moving pi,'tur. shtA,,
S -eml-waeki) w.-.|dj-I
S Ife M insurance aslncit*e.
W fefrtfllar manufactorit,-
Ie Orrl In urai ., .' n. Ir
e livery aud f*eed stalles

One crate and ba, ket factory.
One Elks' Club readint room<.
Agricultural Expirilni-tit Station.
Five drewimaking e.tallk-hmentq.
National Odd Pellow anitartim.
Three undertakliin 'tRbhl'hm#'tkt
Two of the be-t hotel In the' nl
Twq whole,.al.- graln and fte.d
To whole' Ile. grocery vbtanl.'l i-
WellI. P.
'Water "that ha< ., iele Cnil.. i
The fiine*t opera hotise in the S ',
outside of Jnerkmoo Ilt.
A Government building "o t tn lt,,
erected to eoat when (',:;i'plt
tor.nt.*'r nlnl-. ;. I'll tr r
pintrntert. at< r rucIm hlni.ts ait I i
boring men .al">rp.
More miles of paved ,tr,''t- anm
grandllthlc slJewalks than any town In the Interior of the State.
An I$So.q) court house built of brick
mnd tone- a bt-autitul sitru>ure and
the lawn%. flower bed. rubberr.
Confemdiate monum.it. ete.. surrouiou.
ing it, make it a nimut attractive pic-
NetIe of Matews Sele.
Under and by virue of a certain
ftal deef of foreclosure and sale
US by the Honorable J. T. Wills.
Jd of the Circuit Court of the
m Judwehd Circuit of Florida, In
ad for Alacu couna mty. In Chancery
tgUn O the 10th day of December.
A. D. 19N, Ia a certain cause pending
I Ni eCourt, wherein W. H. Lee Is
0eslalma0t and George B. Rose is
dedaat, the undersIlgned, T. B.
Ms, Jr. as Special Mastr In Chan-
Oery In said emsM, will offer for sale
Wd sl to tt heWheat and best bid-
dew for esa. at pubic outcry, q Mon-
day, the rst day of February. A. D.
110, the am being the *rst Monday
iS SOiN iMth. during the legal bours
of sale, an frot of the court house
door of AlachM county. the City
of nGaluesue, Florida, that piece or
parcel of lad situate. lying and being
1a the County of Alachua and State
at Florida, Oad deserlbed ia aid final
deese as follows, towit: Cohmenc-
tai at the Northwet corner of lel-
laay avenue and Quail street, thence
North one hundred and Efty (150) feet
to plaes of beginning; thece North
tooty-even (47) feet; thence West
one h-red and and xty-fve (165) feet;
then "South forty-seven (47) feet;
theae Bast one hundred and sixty-
*TOe (1) feet to place of beginning.
being part of Lot Two (2) of W. L
8li' survey of the Town of Melrose
in Section Thirteen (13). Townablp
Nine (9), .1 Range Twenty-two (n2)
aid property will be sold as the
property of George B. Rose to satisfy
said decree of foreclosure and costs.
T B 1TUfl ID.jL

&f. 4"a0 in..
Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitors.
Notice i' hereby given that ni' r
and by virtue, of an exec-uilon dai<-!J
December 29th., 1908. and Issued out i
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty, Florida, upon a certain Judgment
to favor of W. R. Thomas, plaintiff.
and against Lydia Drake, defendant.
befng directed to all and singular the
sheriffs of Florida. I. the undersigin#d
sheriff of Alachua county. Florida.
have let led upon and will sell at pub
lie outcry before the court house door.
In Gainesville. Florida. on Mot da., 4
the first day of February. A. D). 19'..
between the legal hours of sale, to i
the highest and beat bidder t;.er~rf,,r
or cash. the following described lands.
situate in Alachua county, Florida.
Lot Number of Block Number
2S, Brush's Addition to Gainesville.
Florida, said lot betug described a.
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredondo breet at
a point 135 feet north of the north
line of West Seminary stretI and ex-
tending thence North 11.1 f'tt 3il-io
bald east boundary line of ArrLdu:.d,,
street; thence Ea,-t 5t fe'*.t; then<.-
South 11 f..,t; thence \\'e-te rl :,*
fect. w o:t, t.r lh.-. tl th, 1) inl t i f iof -t
Together with the titnevn.'1, 1it i u l
appurtenan'ct., thereunto tilonxKi. g
The batiat hai litiK lbe-t le\%itld i :>, i1
as the iproi.rt. of ,ald L.dia i)rak.,
to satisfy ,aid ext'-ition a til ci,-'j.
and t', 1..:, f ..1 I..tintlu t f-
III uIt 1 ;'I I : r r it
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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : : :





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

April 15th, 1909

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In addition to the Piano there will lie i.,!Au1 l V'liv Th Bu.'li Lv

Oil a liewS.4141 NJHow~ard IPiano. t'i.:iteen T'fi 1 .4 ra lihl)t- Due .B~di4 S1t, to)leuae

a.Aa first or illitidi jIayvmclt (M)11 fa iaw .Itimanl' Pianole.

ii lt

giv IIn il tl-i- voting colnt- ot ;t- follow)w-, t)o person. rc-,i1ii g il .\i lclAim.1 (',; "lt: '
To the first six receiving the next to the highest vote, a due bill for each for....... $200.00
To the second six receiving the next highest vote, a due hill for each fr ..... .... S175.00
To tde ncxt six receiving the next highest vote, a due bill for each for....... $150.00
Tl'i.e 'lne title !li tay l u'.edl yV the W ilinner- in r .T ,i;:-p -e d I of to alnyot'r

for Aei&Yv .Ia lit' IAA '*.-ct' fit. ad ldwill bee imrtli tI~wir fdct' vA~tic ulj'
caeliis'of one ()f44tih'' It nw Jpiano1-.



Iln the e'eli t of a t it' for alliy 1.1.1, icff-rcdi, d.)J'i/c -un il.;r i, ,I b.1 rjcpt- tOwen-
to wivll hw given vai .el ul tkl)'-e V(


How and Where to Get

- Votes 0
The following merchants illi git' .(1" 'intt
for every .nlt a.a'I luto their e.-ta,, goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Sros.
Hyde & Tench.

Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will bte found ill the # !' ', )
inents of thbe nmerhait it ing K \)l tb ;t and it t1 1.
Sunl office. Vuote i.lt )it I'' :,i:l rllm i-,t 1 i
to the Voting (ontz-t ,I'*jlritu. liut o '' .
Gali; 'ille, Florida.

$1.25-Tbree wiuoiths' subscri1, cil
$2.50-- Six uunithsi' subi-l)Sptioii .
$~5.00-011' 'i.,tLei pul

For a clu~b of ttun N:x-i.-oitLs' siii, (u a-' A,): dI

... $1 00-- O ., ytaris ut- su :I t:on .
' For a rl(.'t ,,f F.V t. ( e.-yt.tr s !,, ,), .) .
A 1 1 1 v l t ', ,

Soliciting votes by candidates or frienOs within the stor
9? distributing vote
l s @-@.00c00 2-ggooo o-

Rules and Regulations
1. The cotesltt t -open fto 3fly(te flt'IIIi~iin
AIa~u 1iza v'9U1t) %% ho i. i-li(J'A n l'y the cmi:d~ t torb
of' 0!- 'tit-4-for % touth'-l [(or 13 41j) w iie ro walvj~.
2. No. er: t -#- .'.attmet+*, icr relatli' *'of' the l'rf)-
Iri' t,'r, :vlt fi',tf.I.t..'d ftinzi arv ctigib,1ii' tP
I :ivriej~tte- in ~ll pl~ t Ll ~iliart it pm. Ieil

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va W .t.. nthe coiite&L


KY:) J! t~

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S *' th *pt r

s is w desired by the proprietors

RUMICKulhi &OR Till:
ft G rowt Swe Ptpei
Tbe.e MwaasulI.6 ,xWi~
1k Sm~ci.Wey 11mts.Luiou 4J
lkbro W.~ froil(wowt~.
WO Fw'4a) l~w. 1 M% ft ,IL%%- i. LIw .
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THE fAIlLY S IN: GrAlNES"IR1 Y. Fi-0111II00A. ANARY I'll 1909


Monarchs That Rivaled
r- Mighty Samson.


pu fr Manismianus Could Lift
Men With One Hand-Augue.
0 treng of Saxony Carried a
~al sI Its Rider on His Back.
enough. a large | reeautare
SiwUtably strong men of history
i ge0 of royal blood. One uf the
of tbeoe royal athletes was
eas called "M*aximlanua Her-
p aoue of his great strength.
gol the son of a p.aiaut amid had
g6 0ous physique. lie became a
soldier aid wis finally r'n.e
by accl- l:i of Ll.- f. llow ~. 1-.
I fttag a strmy iperkd of Ru-
mlau strength was prodl
m It was said that (n foot be
no1 down a fx. that be ou,'d
amIe men with onle Ihan d :aAd that
pyplng the wheltI of a chariot
ee A uger be could resist the pull
mg iee horses. oi.iLe most men of
physical strength. MNaximtnus
-Ir a hemvy enter Illi4tlor re rd.ls
i sbe daily allwai 'e w': fortl
$1'111 of wealt anid l aglnteei lottIle of

AMN tN s t' e l tr4 I (:\l.::i t' ; i
gs r of t:1r, r:. : I .. .
low 1 ofte s, fi: #,u.. .:. < urtir, 1
( ln a1g j one v.i 1 : hi- i,. t I i,.d 1.:al
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Two siutz.--, c uts and $1.00.
L. I. Bodl.orI & Co. Speci.: Agents.

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,; u u ft :. -,.. l, r .. ;:. t, fo r
his4 Uni tul r ..;:J.il I ,1.1 i lii am.
our i. i ,I tlh.e rl,. al ,,: :. t,, aL
x. .:.%w <.f t,, ii., 'i i.. 3,,l. u. a,
by at .i. 'aM If t ,of(I P %o .' ri,: t
tl.. rat str. ke asid mria. i. ib. L; a
st: prtrag |I.;.w w uon t.e %.at1 1he
11 1. It uats m a tilMc ;., 't ,ri. and
be l a.1,14 a .lW. ju-t lb:.. bli op-
Po. *. ear so lie.tiy th, thte tnau
wa% i ,tantly kl!].d
Thll In'hlent ii l :,.I l:; Ir vrWalter
ucott's fam,-us hI tilo eal r. v. I Ivan-
hoc." where King Itclhar., the lackk
Knight." and the jolly outlaw I riar
Tuk have an exchange of .uffets.
without, however, any fatal reu't.
tl>ta Pedro I.. emmiror of Brazil. is
also on the list of royal strong men
On the occasion of a carnival be ar-
ranged matters so that he was stand-
Ing on the bow of tie royal barge be
tween two of hisa statlelst enurtlers.
SuddleTdly In the midst of the festivities
the kitgr reached out. grnsped a cfurt.
ler with each hand. and. after holding
them for a few moments squirming In
the air and begclng to be rLkaed, he
relaxed his grip aid allowed them to
drop plump Into the water, amid the
frantic applause of the huge ctowd
that had assembled to view their mon-
arch. The king joined heartily In the
general hilarity, but what the drenched
courtiers thought about this exquisite
Joke is not reoitnlhd.
Peter the Great of Russia. like Char-
lemagne, possessed grmet physical as
well as mental power. H-iL years of
work as Ila'ksnith and sihlp carpen-
ter had so developed a niatually iPow
erful pi'hyhltiue that he wa-wi ltlleved to
le the stroinge.t u.iaI In fRussla.
Thil st< ry I.t t.ld thnt a certainn
I!L k*!ul'h in na litl!n nI ouatr) tuwu had
I, j1 t.I l thiat h l w,:a t!.e ;:l: la' k-
"'"ilh In thl. w,'rl Iwho could lift hi.
*w' ;:ll The e,'.i,'rrr hearing of
th#I l t. kt. 'ul''i's I. :tit ldiit'u' el him
SIf nas n w .,r'..,;'i :'" l ni;t a i l': l
rV!!'; i .l .-.,i', l:'"e r ,f t- r T r. t!Ll
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L ive, Troubles
e -1 tS sartuih eak iso 7ach, and com-vqtwnt
r~ ~~~L w ., 1. C j IU. Ner'o.o avvj pqlerpm j~e lack
A *~ 'Ct i, 1d. .ii Their stOWY -ohs Pwt4J WWn-4140rtv'fl
tr .n ra:n c.n Ibe n4) ,tflr ter thean his "Ie:;.:
*.-* i. it rr'kts th e i astreug Gold th.-lat~er
e.If y I'. r. u- J. il!.'oJ amu. osercome. and dri' ci
olui oe eiapnc-jucirug tecteria sad efrom a whole maJti-
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61.t r Ic7rl er Stv,.. ek.Wenww w -..a"
Liver Lir~iacuq Zy toking a coarse @f
DP. Pifes'qs GoldeunMedical DomearwDry .
the great Staaeh MARoeirstowtiv.Liver
INWvigA~era ,and l NiecE *i.. U.. ..*--
Tom cn't afford to aseeept my mam~icine of *wawkw4 -.
OMPSa!:2as a utuitite for ele(ll Wh1 4acai ilc~
er. whi:h isma medicine or amIN Nc m'tus?:iON4, hraa
a complete ?I~t ~fA ivv<,:rvvttint plain Frng'isb eon its t.9JcegW
tle-wrtpper, bus Ft ino-C ~..tscd as cirrect uador er~th.
Dr. kfvos rewsaaf eth- # .'ia r @* &*Im aw igedet Ijuvav. F srL Pwr RaW Abuls


State Officers:
Governor-A. W. Gllchrlst.
Secretary of State-H. Clay
ford. Tallahasph,.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom,




Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Tailabasa

Attorney-Gt'n'rl-Park -S. Tram-
flitII. Tallahass~ee
Commissioner of Altrictlttaret-l. E
MtcilAn. Talllaha!c'ee.
Supt. of Public I tA ruta(t on-W i. M

Pro'sldviit of the. Sonatt-Hunt W.
rlatrri-. Kt.% ve.t.

County Officers:
Cle rk anid Auditor- S. 11. Wivngt's.
G lw %ill.
Sier1t Public JInstruaction Dr. 3. IL.
K I,, ~f-~ ~e
.;:It I1ff 1.I. ('. Anacy. Guines % l~lt'.

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Tax (.fl' or -NV.D. P.Iidkltra:oin.

n., un: r -.1I1 Mat L.. n, Gaines-

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N.U. eIs herby gitcs that Sol Warreks.
vmtvbao.er of Tax tertIi'sette No. 1W. dated
the ftb day of Au-riasL A. VI. 1t16
ba% dlied said erIdeaW Is WY offe.
aod bas smade swpllcatial for tax deed to bIs
%ue Is aeooftiaaae with law. Said cerzilfiate
*ubracecsthe folletiw desGorbed gIrttetly
-.tested to Abobmascoustt llorldm.tmiw t:
%6I* (kf ILOL2& %e- v221L Ip 9. S U Mf
'11wamid !and beirks mow'.aed at the "W eof
t' e 1s.;ssnc e 'f hUcb certi: cawe IsA*thname
of Li~knowa
17, WHO Skula certifleaiC shall heredoesem ed
ecrdir.gto.a .w. tax deed i.taabwe there" s G
the Sib day of rebruarv. i. D. 19L9
Wlgaem my official aestur.tiar&"ad "al tb
the btb day of January. A.- D MOS.
F. 3. WIENGFs.
Vd Clerk Civroti Ctmr, Alsehuaa Co ..n
By U. 8CHEVM. D. C.

Breads, Cakes and

If avine rrw'~rti lewn-1 f-ovatt-41 our
Psalvry. %,#-4r--ntm rp:l-)~j'r#-itd to Uvive
Y"l4m4 .1 v'iilt 'wrl i ..* tsvr vis-
gon stopa ail 3 e r Nmor'I try flstetimg.

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1.16kUDb s"d farming ISO&s. uEq
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And Solitetor in Equity

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S I oeal t e5m at othemrior'so

w is@b I sa t lebb rat. Prot.
a Wolts.
iet fort "Carteys Aunt" Frn.t
mo Kt, JamBary 15th.
W. T. Howell of Bland was a visitor
galmeMvlle Wednesday.
&gw pictures- lots of them-Elec-
Theatre for ten cents.
I. Spiva of Windsor was a visitor
S county capital yesterday.
special attention paid to ladies'
as at Rutherford's Restaurant
Sl eure your seats today for "Char-
s~' Aunt" and go prepared to laugh
m.ltIty RShriff It F awkins spent
Vmewrday at Alachua steering some

R Mrs. L. E. Story of Windsor sit
g the shoppers visiting the city I
SW. T. Lynch, a lumberman of (;ro\,
P. k, was among the visitors to the
d y yesterday.
M arcs Endel. who has been in the
ly tfor the past few days, left yes-
SWday for Micanopy.
Sflieeman Owens arrested Sam
S .ap, colored, last night, charged with
ligC drunk and disorderly.
S Meriff Ramsiy left yesterday for
Doaellon. whur.T he g.t-. to arrayy
game prisoniers to tih' (camii|i,
Plank's Chill Toic is guiarainteed to
sm chills f -'er, ti-.d.- ai ni,' ;. r;iii.'
rie 2 8c. Sold \%W M. .,11 ,ln .n ,
Mrs. K I. T ,; i -i i. 1. '.. v .
visitor to the- city '- '. I., li n
o e on a -h'i'| I : I \: '>.it .'il I1 liti '

Dna't forget th big crock.r>.. glass-
wre. enainelware and tinware sliale
I mary 14. 1.`, iti .Ma.gnet ('a-h

Holly Harnett of Micanoipy was a




Vstor to the city \\'udne.-da). lie ,t
M- en route to Alachua. here heIot

@M on bt-ainv.,-s
1'ype~ritur ritphim.n for s~ale at Vt!.&
4110. The bestout heti' 1d '.oui i
USTUty-five ce'nts All colors and for'
OW on all htalldaI'd nflin"it-s.


I have learned th~it certain persons
We represcuzting tlA.'un~s'eI%,tase nil
16mts, and taK:it.g iw r-., Iur* t

10 solue ca!-t. z Lv t1 Ipi ta ttI.LL)-IL
haVe btevzi i ut -I.i t trv-, ol ii ar uuva?
wbhichCjMjjotI~u 'ert. Id( ~J I .A CL
14=f.ti. ever did, and 14, %F rA il
I deal dVr k II n1 l li ffl J -)
&A work I uxi ,it afford to i-.1 ,
#@Mt out of tL -iclrtce I char9V fot
Bo high grade %ork I do. Bring your
@l'lrging to m- .in tUjlou areIno' oyil!
hsured against &Oj~s of the orticiial
bmt will have a guaranteed Of a fs'thf"'
Nkeness and an arti-tic fitillib.
4bImqgvaile. Florida

-Guiue"' ii-lle
990 [11P. 0.E
~~ tl,al!..1c1 at 7
in t.'lkj' lofli(
Ing brother
-if s-elcoue'd. Rk
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Th.-re is nothing more refreshing ..... .......................FOR RNT.
tl. hn a gla of pure apple cider. I at i
-11 it for 3 t.'ht.t a glazs or oune dol- r FI R RENT Five-rom cottage. Ap
.ar p.tr gK.llon N. Fran(isco. .., "I l'al'-,1 t, th, Litt Iv ?2w !V: lLb .rtv street.
", \\ t I'lli! "t |ilKl hi'itlil W ANT* .
Stie. in l '.. m liU P < ilt < tle i W A NTiD .
i ;i i i ( i c. .: -. 'll l II f lr- ."I. : i d il h if
I .t I11 in ,inl' ei v .. *,. '" i La 1. firi rle miy idilctt (I ;' n WANTtE Honest. sobt-r young man
*', hIrt thi- *It. I:.' ..... ** 1, ,* ll h, rr tht b. l nl tIh,.r,. Illt frr to qualify for good ipo" tion in the
. :11,- l, r- ur. Uge i ti' ,e hi It t la-t ft l.ar a r 1tt -fill '' mall t.r% ice Address H. R. B., care
n < lice t.'l ;. lacrci< tbriei.r:t.,. (eelii'n ,

e.' Npo If ou w ita'L lt, bi-coule' the proud 1 tt,,
-Meets pons-,',r of a bohue by paying lonth. .I ,
S".4 k ly instalmVunts in amounts Less. n,, ,,
,. Visit Than iint, you can do It. Consult ,. ,1.,,
cordially IR (' Coleon and be convinced. Call ., ,,s rt;a
-, Davis or write to tue. 114 West Main Street, ,,;
rv Cai lle.ill l'iatt ,1 '.

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I ic~eic Lila.'
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THE DAILY sl'N:.N (;SAI ;'V T,L,;,; 1 l.' IIAD..IANM ARVY II. 19(119

"IA 1 I 1 r. i j r I,, i, t v ; ,n. tIIts1T .
mi- l Waii-.. \dalk,.r hIa, r.t irnel I'rit-int \Viee- I
from a |'I -ai. It llt of e.r.l .11i .
to M:I 7 n- lalughortt of Jaukonx 'e

IU WUE CD 8,Jonhn 1. Luther of old Ton. a1 r,> UNITEDI) STATi
Pr-e w-e man of that section. Ia$
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. 1
BRICK Col. R. A. Burford of Ocalas one of
the leading legal lights of the Brick *I'Q VIII I
LIME City, was .re y.eerday en route to A Fl M WV LLUI I
Mrs.CEM ENT J. M. elto of Lake City ar-
Srved in the city yesterday on a visit C*p d SM
to her mother. Mrs. A. H. Loonard, saod
PLASTER other relaves.
R. L. Smith. marshal of Archer. DIRE
was in the city yesterday, having come
DOOK for the purpose of bringing up some Dr. M. H. DePase J. I
attached stock
SASH Mrs. E. McLeod and Miss Katie T. W. Shands
Mae Carter left yesterday for Ken- Robt. D. Crawford John
drick. where they go to spend a few
BUNDS days at their home.
The best form of entertainment and TM
SHINGLES the most fashionable for fastidious
People. Is moving pictures. Electric
BI ILDURDS* Theatre. only ten cents.
1,J 1 -Mrs. W. T. Waters left yesterday
for Brunswick. Ga.. having btwn sum-
HARDWARE ioned there by telegram announcing iN E D I
the .-rious illness of her sister.
Panic prices prevail at the, .Magn*t GAINEV
Our prices are right. We for :3 da3s only. so don't fall to b. on Capita, ul
r p i1 land and get what you need at great W. R. THIOMAS, Prsidentl
ar i, X)Isition to make lv reduced pricess. Magnet Ca.h Ster, E. D. TURNER, Cashier
prompt delivery. Mrs. J. T. Manning of Clarke' arrive,
Sin th< i:: ,."tirda. and v,'I '. < I -IE n i E NiT I
P IM.. the next few days here visiting her
lerents. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dempsey. -i
F. L. Viering and wife of Cincinnati RFSOLRCtE
L. E. Story of Windsor was a visitor have arrived in the city and will L a Discounts..... $24,313
> the city yesterday. l. nd the next several days here visit- le from BankndB'k.s 82,20 3
Cedar Key oysters, day and night, Ing the former's parents. F. Viering Real Etate .... ..... ... 0,0)0
t Rutherford's Restaurant and ,vife Furniture and Fixtures... 16,4110 .
( erO Ten cents. Two hours of moving J. M. Rivers. State attorney from I, i Vanult ............ 31,21 W
icture.s at Fh'lectric Theatre. this circuit, has returned from Island
Snioke. "Mad;ie in (:aines ile" cigar. (;Grove, where he 'tnt to I'r>o-e'cnti Total.......... 415,4t's il
) a -a.' at .Moh :. s and at ()'NeI -.me S t.ate. riS.rsone r tI'foreir' the, .state of F'lrHla, }
W I) IF.u : le !t t" it.l ft)r ;a ;. -' County of .L;iA'il J
1. E. 1). Turn-r, cashier of TIe
e-ieti.-- t rlp|, ,,. I.I; ii>o .oil 'h inr Pr<.Msid nt Shands t ld Vi la .1 ; ,, :1. .a .
\li- .lenniNie Siimons of Ocala is tio-l I I' mk ;,'lnt -lte rda.% at Ala( h Sutecrilwd and ,sorn to lbfonr
i th cvty. .isitin;l he.r )outng friend. *r'is lhr, a i 'etinlg of the Alachua
lisi. litvil M dI. i. Iaaik directors was held. Cormet-Attemt: W. R. Theomas, (e
Pure apple cider delivered to any Never can tell when you'll mash a
art of the city for one dollar per finger or suffer a cut. bruise, burn or
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223. :-vald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas'
J NI. Prie. of M.Ilro.-e wa a lsit,,r t,:letric Oil Instantly relieves the
Gt;.int.-illk \\.'Jn.da.. 11l i. ,;., pain -li'kly cures the wound ,-N T.
the I aditg .ii. i..; .;I n oi that J.F. Haigler of leI.vsurg was in W
*ttion. the city yeste-rday. He is engaged in
If you ne.d any crockery. glass. truckinig tlh.ere. but being a former
amuielware or tinware, be sure to at.- ", lit "Il I 'lIe.' 'i te alwavR inds
'j t.!., '!ig a.:t a t Ih. t i.. l. .t.d til. ie to pay thi city a %iit occasion -
ary 11 1:, :7 1 1'" alry 1 [ 5
WVhen in doubt, go here tliht- mer- ('Chick.ering. Knabe, Mathuhek.
druitin. .r go.-; he itnlariahbly m- Fich,- r, lI..r. & Pond and other lead
t: t:e,. I.'-t. fhli IBru n Hou.se' l g nl:tak.' of pianos sold by we for
.1i :ml. Ill-uri, u -.-* (ld c hi( o r e n P tc allni'tit *' hi s' l l- E L I N
b f i i I .-ii. W !.. Hill, Opera
I h| e, ti.c, hc-.led a flr. s it; nl.. !,r ,, l ..': h iBms o bu advrtUse.
I ll, rt,: .t i :l r,',ii ,k (':hs Copy for advertisements to appear meut taken for les taa 8 sea. 8ix
Ili. \\ -t .IM.izc -t1 ,,t .-:uth< in S-hi(d -. .-u.'e of The- Sun .ahulii Words make a lie; o fractional lines.
I' : Ih'h>i.-.>, )f ti.e- il)utt,& ri'h i .:** I'.1, i to the' i',t-inel.'4 of**h every word over each six couantiM g a
, ', :. j a' 1 l. i :r,.. .l ,.. I l.l *, .:.. .,h,. all rr 'ou nL u.. an addtlUonal line. CASH in advance
.. t ... .. .. ,t... ,t, 1 oi, th, fll l,"* .lr;e-ltl lti. v un r ....* i ._ *e n .

T.i Cwpea Will Not be Counted if Cast After February 6, 1909

Bush & Safford- -The Gainesville Sun




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'Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

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tO Five Others Have Also Been Arrested
With onme of Missing Goods on
Them--Ramesy Convacted.

Two Weeks Ago Sane Mine Was the Scene dg

Simlar Horror.

He hs eaerated all the power of the
.i....nint to destroy me, but I feel
VaI I stand umcathed because If all
ber arguamentsa all to convince men
fe character for rectitude, truthful-
es and homeety which I have builded
It the sIxty-oe years of my life would
at least be my bulwark. Men wh.
have always been lean and bonorabk
do oft sudde-ly beaee liars and
b aIimes at asity-o-e without any
49M"kft C41 *LaW.
"atr B Ina the session, it is my
rose to devote some time to bring
IW Theedre Rooisevelt ace to fact
Wit blo rme pet and let the peopki
4a the a States see what e*ar
sI efw they have bees so bowed
4ms to. Vor the present I eastent
waes with applyig to him this quest
ae &m ewwr's airy Queen:
**- e aum ms 1- ut the whole
weft mM ito*re may that can
e00ala tM 1 be he haes brown
S- M perinent
fthS and bMig aB alike whether
&W be h -rthy or lasnocet
Mie ane b t btM this attack. He
-Wef mt = e *armd writ mor the
Sl.P bat re&. and tears with-
ea at pagogen r em.. or time.*"
Tam M. u m 0 .... 11d his re
m le S was s farther esuteak
at pimse, t- v--epre-de-- t having
-lihe S. u*gsu etsof the gal,
.s.ell maMaS" e... 4 emast-
t Mr. laa was e.ratlated
br a mw at Dmhdratl Sematorn.


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b kc WN Sip Temse Cewrmr
IT .Bu* to lrmtm.
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S. Nbm be.

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-u hd bee
b Se mewwpoes&

hP 4 i uammiomg tw
-s pmaw is &ar.uu

Summlue pe to ow-

~dd. Uveo ethe wasswo
*Se~ WO be me&galsinwi"
oft vbin. Osly a mejority is
p o~an a nowwre over the

0000 4A the Aiaglaature Uov
MWeusd ndetailb6"HThe sub,
&AW~ Wvprokkb Itos I
dW4OWWideprehibit lei
"so ad rofuuujl)

w $re as a govermmental policy and
dofs ast aeSomplish the result hoped

e MM It violates the plainest and
-- obvou nrule, individual actioo
Mnd pesomal freedom. He declared
iat the uen or m me--e of liquor
shbld be left to the individual. He
reWvewed the leg klatim by States on
this ibjeet. declaring that States can-
aft prevent the manufacture of liquor
I other Statea and the shipment from
ether _tates. He declared further that
-til the United States forbids the
ma-utaeste a sd sale of liquor it is
at pmosslb to have a proI btiom
To destroy the value of existing
plnts without remuneratUo. the Gov-
r said, is con ameation without
Mlmp-matl o. He asserts that prohl-
MblUs States are Slled with open and
secret violations of the law and that
the abolition of the sale of liquor by
law is an "imposalbility and anl empty
The Governor said the choice lay
between regulation land courtirl of mtie
law He made a strung Ipla for hlw al
option lie asserted that a Inutjori'
of the people are not detsuaiding Sitat*e
wide proAiblUtiu and that th re. lo
nothbig in the divine law which kes,.
prohibition itIef a moral iut.e lite
arged the Logillature to proiM e-d with
dellberation and caauthi and Aith dueo
regard fur the welfare of tie HStat.

Dan Ramsey. a negro, is the first
of the gang of East End thieves that
has been captured and convicted of
the various robberies that have oc-
curred In the Lochloosa and leland
Grove sections.
Bsldes the arrest and conviction m
of the above negro. five others have
just been arrested, and circumstances
point strongly to their guilt. as they
have been found with some of the
goods in their possession. It is
thought this will wind up the entire
gang who have been operating in that
section for the past several months.
It seems that the negroes never
stole any very large amounts at one
time. but made their visits often, al-
ways securing provisions and wearing
apparel and other articles from the
stores of W. R. Brice at Island Grove
and Haymans' and Coleman's places
at Lochloosa.
Justice 8. C. Haymams has bees
working hard to get the offenders In
hbad. and be has dome some extra
good detective work In locating the
parties with the property on them.

Yesterday vote was light, that is.
no ons candidate received a very large
vote. The three leaders receded the
largest vote.
Another new candidate entered the
race yesterday, receiving 125 votes as
a starter.
Following is the vote as canvassed
Wednesday afternoon:


Catherine Halle. city ... .s6.01.)
Bessle Dupree, city ....... 177.7-5
Dorlan Ells, city........1661 :5
M. Dauuhtrey, city....... 4s.945
Nannie Dickinson. city... 43.155
Alma Feanell, city...... 30.535
Jessie Evans. cit) ....... 27.405
lorrie Strlckland.......26.145
Julia Carter, i(ty..........24.125

A. Groff. Newberry......
Mary McCormick. city....
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
E. Strlngfellow, Hawthorn
Estelle Beal. city ........

Mrs. I. Ware. High 8pring...


Mabel Sanches. city ......
Minnie Shawl. Alachua...
Emma Hudson, city.....
Annie leville ...........
K. Carlton. Micanopy ....
Nell DaCosta. city .......
LiAile Sheppard. Bell.....
Alma Sullivan. city ......
Goldie Lambert. city .....
Julia McDonald. city....
A. W. Sargent ...........
Ruby Albright ...........
L. Sanders. Hawthorn....
M. Fernandes, city ......
Elvena staf. Waldo
Allert Rutherford ...




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18LAND GcltOV:. Jan 13 The
orange shipping scabon in os er and
must of the pickers ajnd packers habe
gone hitome. Ia% iaIg our little s iluag.
tuit -, l > -,,I l
The truck farmers were glad to see
the lull last Stonda>) night
Mr- i'.ark r ,,f <(;'olgid Ia is ItiiK
Iher r-%il r iMra i T t'atMu
%Irt It I. l. r> of la. ('ICt) I,
li- i;t h i. I r, ioth.r (' H A.i-telin
11 I lItk. r hiA b i1l liti i.life t

Mr (jtishatu of 814Arr has bought

alad in clositg recumuaae ntd. a .L fhlj l ,its tilt~ .'.. r
bWl tar bills. be pmased Atwoibcilal tilgt.eF'i'h %~I Iclub met att the h orne of
M&aUt&ciWrv sd s&le of lejutie:Ii Tv Mtni, l Nlt F A I hijj~r,*t- lie F i'
so"". 414) ~eam~g Afteur (that. userss ul

BLUEFIELD, W. Va. Jan. 13.-An
explosion yesterday in the mines of
the Lick Branch Colliery Miuffed out
between sixty and eighty lives. In
these mines two weeks ago yesterday
fifty miners were killed by a similar
In the quiet of the early morning
there came like the sound of thufMer
a mighty rumbling In the bowels of
the earth which reverm-rati-a along
the miles of corridors and air pass-
ages crowded with those abo work
there. Above the tons of earth aud
stone that lay bctw',,n the working-;
and the mountain's crown. giant tr,-eb
quiv red from the force of the con-
cussilon. and from the mine mouth the
forces of the earth set free belched
forth a cloud of flames, soot. dust and
debris. heavy timbers,. broken mine
ears. and even a massive motor used
to haul the heavy laden cars from the
Scarcely had the detonation died
away before a throng of terrorized wo-
men. and children, their feet sped by
anxiety and dread, rushed to the mine
mouth and implored those there to
allow them to aid In the effort to
save some of their loved ones who
might still be alive within.
Mine Foreman Bowers, who was
near the entrance was blown from his
feet, but managed to crawl out safely
as did also Robert Smith, a miner%
With the foreman was a miner named
Holliday and he too was blown over.
A rescue party organized on the mo-
ment rushed into the Jaws of the
smoking mine and tried to rescue him.
They were driven back by the deadly
fumes of the after gases and were
compelled to leave him to his fate.
A train was rushed from this cfty tr
the scene of the disaster some twenty
five miles away. carrying bratticing
and other material to be used in tht
work of exploration and rescue.
There were supposed to be sixty or
eighty men in the bect on of the mine
affected. The debris from the explo-
lson of two weeks ago bad not
been cleared away and twenty men
were engaged in this work. Nineteen
contract miners with their crews were
at work in a new entry and it is feared
that all these men were lost.
The explosion was in a different

part of the mine from that of t|
weeks ago. Since the disaster, g
mine has been in.-lwected by Oov-,
ment omlcials and by the most aW
rienced mine netn in the regloa. 1
all. It is said. exloresised the opll
that it Was safe.
It is expected that a part of a
mine in whichh eight mnin were at wft
will be reached before morning.
One rescue party cate in sight 4
six bodies. but was forced back. Te
latest estimate of the tunnil.r of a
entomlbed is more than one huntdru
That ail of (lieni are it.ad there ca
be no doubt. The fire in the mnlae m
the deadly fumes, to say nothing 4f
the awful force of the explosion. p1
cludes any chance of rescuing ay
the men alive.
The main entry of the mine is ft
miles nbug. running from one side d
the mountain to the other. Deark
was blown from both entries, w.Mg
gives some Idea of the tremeaim
force of the explosion. It is resM
ably certain that all of the bodies wS
never be recovered. Some of the
were blown to pieces and others I&,
cinerated no doubt. The fans wbiAc
furnish the fresh air for the workbilA
as in the former explosion, were sa
disabled and are forcing fresh air la
the mines.
Bystanders at the time of the exp
Pion say that Immense clouds of il
and smoke gushed from the mine &
most simultaneously with the detoW
Uon and Immediately were smPchl
back In enormous volumes into tie
On the Tug riier side. four milh
'roan the main entrance the stoto
and flame s gushed frim the tet?7.
burning the twig aand small limb
from trees that grew near.
The damage to the mine cannot i
*-stimated. The explosion was th0
most terr:.c that hlia.. etr occBumd
;n this region. In I14 at the 80 o
Siest Virgiiia In Iroa .izait ConiiplPa
mine. o360-wert. killed iii an exPilosi
Today's horror is the. nost dilastrW
that has occurred since.
The mine is owned by the P
hontas Consolidated Colliers Cow
Bun "Want" ads. bring resaltt i

Sheriff Van Pelt Enforces

Blue Laws 1"n EscaniblaJ

PEiNSACOL.A. Fla.. Jan. I11 The eduuder arreat and st-re toil?
Vii ridth blue lavs s ere strict~i t'. nfort..raIged o cus. )f~i~ia b
t. '.*t.rda y In Pentarola, iSht rifft 1,*a % Ejiui.~llg aurkizig oal tbt U
Pol %order to arrvimt all 1j-rbousa&t. ba t h. All '-tortl-s. ilicluoIltil id
I t m i iz o .r J rfl 'rm u k idatiai s rk tH.*- aP .i. ft dirinuk ..rta tIll: i!.'k .C
11119 iluilted 0111) b) the inl~truction,% %4-s r.- l,'.d anid ja '%I na g
hi ut l i rd~.a) b4i tf lio a .J l.~d (it) lwid 14' alla[It-It
rihtIo 11i $&ataur'? 'at iioii'2 hi. m.*. 1.4 (tr .4 af l I~ni.t~ 11 4 4~~ 5

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- 13 f4AfN3lrVUTL tflSI: ANrAY 14. 1909


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--a vs and tDieeters Meet in

SThe to toeaoers and directors of
m .=t NatiUmals aak met to annual
%g a n o=oaeday. whes the regu-
r a es te of wprk was tramacted and
rkers mebested for the coming

Sh aM. K. g.sham was e- men a- pres-
t. Bd. imt. H. 3.
Ou. ntwer, saa4w Grahtam. as-

Vebvag isW a Nt0 of the directors:
W t l a. M. Oraham. E. Bad, H. E. Tay-
te 1 a e. Lew Oraham. P. M. Coamon. C. D.
6as We Ir. 7. Hammad H. L. Dick-
Ss .' W. W. Hampto. C. Parker and


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Mat @- wnow

saw" 4 ; V
Ahm aft No b~oI

.418ofts ma s
lo-a -- am
*~ am by

hoela help for theWest
~ tewr was leadedwith
who e a"*us Fewt.to

and" do t ow

~sa bishmed lerns
$Wsoghwwd.sand a
F4=1041 b awya&ert-
* SW Wans Uam"aMdTar
ft -ds j. w. MeceI.

Paied to shop Up.
Iom Tuesday's Dally Sun:
J. 0. Dampier. chairman of the
county commissiontuer. uas in thet It>)
froi hish h ae at league )atefrda.
Hle cam fur the piurIp~me of inAe'tilig
the lease. of the county COu icIta but
the WentomUen failed to put iu the ir

Never can tell whu )uu 11 umash a
Anger or eauler a cut. bruie,- iburu or
seaM. Be prepared lr Thounma
lmetrie Oil instantly reltf s e the
-foibtekly curm. the wand

I L. Cannon.


lse.a. tien Old O eers f m r EnsAing

The regular manual meeting of the
oaFes ad director of the Gaines-
NaU al Bak as heold Tuesday in
theM oes of their balldins.
A divided of i per cent was or.
dem4 pad the stockholders and 5 per
lt was added to the surplus fund
f do beak, whicb shows it to be in
a Pesper condition.
The dstenrs re-eleted the old offl-
ers as Ismws: T. W. Sheaaa. presl-
at; W. R. L teckert. vtic-preident,
sad Cas. A. Faircloh. ashier.

A ad Delay.
Prom Tuesdays Dally Sea:
Mrs. T. McBesth of Columbus.
MKL. arrived In th city Sunday, hav-
Ib been inmmead on account of the
sMletsa i as of her mother. Mrs. 0.
& Thomas. who died the night before

bhe arrival Mrs. McBeath was de-
eamsed's favorite child. If it were po.I-
aMe tfor a mother to have a favorite
amoag such devoted children with
wheb ashe had been blessed, but she
bad made her home with Mrs Me-
Beath drting a greater part of the
past tew years of her life. and she
was epec ally anxious to see her be-
fore hw death; but a delay of a few
boa prevented the meeting of moth-
r sad daughter again in this world.

Has old Staming Ground.
P Qemj y a-SW Dally Sw:
J. V. Bunch of the Standard Ferti
Iner Compiany left yesterday for a
belaes trip to Fort White in tl Iltin-
terest of his companUy. 11e formerly
lived nla that section and has a large
nualber of patrols there. .

Many little live have been saved
by Poley's Honey and Tar, for coughs.
eolds. croup and whooping coueh It
ls the only safe remedy for Infanta.
Sad children as it contains no oliate'.
or otier mareotie drugs. and children
like oley's Honey and Tar. Careful
mothers kDep a bottle in the bouse
Refuae substitutes. J W. MSitCollaun
a Co.

It Quits

the Cough

lrkt kbm HsS why Ayer's
my. mrred e o i-
Nlb I .nme It M ops
SwoMwaw ai r of useless
bIt kB does more

i-aIrlsi latamt.ioa,

I l" aolr*borm th.

ow 69W slow Tom*.

OWN vI o
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SATY OF01 OHn. ('ITF Tol.Fy., o,
Ltv.A C4' NT. I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of th- firm of
F. J. Cliun, t& Cu.. doi:rg hNI .i :*. I
the City of Toled'., County a'nn State.
aforesaid, and that said Arm will jii'
the sum of ONE IUND)IIEI) )O!.
LARS for each and every raso, of ca-
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Halls Catarrh Curt.
Sworn to before nit.e ad s*uil ril,'l.
In my preseiae, this 6th da.i> ,: l,'
cember. A. D. l*%Ic;
(Seal.) Notary P::;,c.
Halls Catarrh Cure is tak,.n in-
ternally, and acts directly on L, blood
and mucous surfaces of the sytcem.
Send for tetimnouials free..
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O
Sold by ail druggists, c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for cousti-
Holding Their Cotton.
Irom Wedesdays D LJ Sun:
Tani Cato of Alachua sm in the
city yesterday. He states that be hb:i
so far not marketed a ainglt ipouuad
of his last year's cotton and that a
large number of planters in his .ec-,
tion are in the same fix. The i Ir
be claims is far too low. ai I :: lh' ::
there has been some nul'cr'.it in i r.
he does not look ftor nrv uch :.- t
take place for suin tipi. w% ch '
enable the farmers to di-i'o.- of thi tr
holding, at a profit.


*No Cure, No Pay, is a tosct Generous
b Offer.
!b To get an antiscliat s trong ctiouji:h
to) kill cat-Arrh gc,-rn.m atigiorot d, -t ro%
the tissues of the nm.-rurant- at tilt
% ame' liniw. hati bteli :ia jiriiholt'in whichh
wasitnieI .r inoliled uttil thts dii- '.% -r~
of Iiyowteli Iiruiioiitrtt'oi ii K -o-mv-
If) onivi ml jrejiar. .1 froijAvuvtI(.Ij puli,,
,the UAol'tx),A,,rful f't healing owli
kuptic knwiio ~i t t rt)ug h it h
inlait .vr me'~r tti.* iti~favi d atid gtirin-
ridditii Iintiui?.raletio. enr tor ti~v t- 1111
a da. '.at~e id it, a fe.. d -, it- o' riiii
%IlI dia.,;jteIear
]rill 111 l t e4 i A i~tit14. AiV.*11 goe.lip'
irrid cloice aufhug Id. -! uu- llciarl cc?
niuctvu, and crui-tr Ili Ithe -" %IlI

Then a It)- shouldt a o it t a it r i itv.ptft. r-
c-i heititate-.. ml-li J W N14 C(odluic

ai r.11-t lia* ttiu ii 1e 41414 t It 4 kill I
tart I

ing th'i.ilt-i .al r it I- 'm' id cilet-i
h' v I if eie af.rAa it 4iie .-1 hilt,.
c4 I i tp. cr- 111,111 e41 ;1 -40 1iftI ~ ( e~
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City Attorney Breem Instrueted to
Reever Pesi in of City Prop-
orty In Eret Ganesvil:e.

IFronm TI.?da:. lnaly Sun:
Addlt'onal ln if.e n?,lt trt T,,..ut, d nt
'lthe me tiiih t,'i lh, .,,:.'li (ti"t.- ...
:ad wl'ich will I r, .. of in.'re-.t :
the fact that the street sprinkler will
now be run regularly when needed.
The contract for this Important work
was let to Crawford & Davis at $3
x "" .'P
The bMi of Dorsey & Co. of $51.38
f* iteed was ordered paid troni the
fire fund.
City Attorney Broome was Instruct-
ed to proceed at once to recover pos-
session of the city property In East
Gainesville east of the Odd Fellows*
Home. which is now In dispute.
A communication from the water
works superintendent was ordered re-
ferred to the water committee with
power to act. after which the council
took an adjournment until Monday

For 30 years Lydifa E. Ptnkha-i*'s Vcctable c'
Com;pound has bI'er the standard remedy for i
femalt- Ill. No ?i'ek cmau .does justice to
he-rlf l !to w 1f not try thiN famous medicine, <-.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thotnands of cures to its credit.i-r.,
- Mrs. Plukhaam invites all eick women -
towrite her tor advice. She\ as'.
ed thousand to health free of ebarge. ( r,.
Address Mrs. Pinkham .Lynn Ma ss.


T. W. Shanls,

W'ill. R. steck'rlt,
Vice- I`es4I n

Co A.. Faireloth,




Capital and Surplus, $115,000.0


l)r. h-Pass .L. I,. M.edlin W.R. K.teckeFrt
T. \V. iandiils Hlenry )avi.-
l,,lt. I. ('rawford .Jolm F..I..k-,,!i ('. .\. F r,', lth

Tour Business Soicited, Whether Large or Smi


Capital, Full PadI.I., $75000.00
Capital, Full Paid, $75,000.00

December 31st. 1901:

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When shown positive and reliable proof that a cert
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, would
any *nsible woman conclude that the qame remedy woWu
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydh
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
ed Deaks, N -sWords Swe q"ea, fte eto pre
Lyd41a PtikhamW VegetaeG- ad has done for'M
suffered hent aembomb mmel so wene which the ea
teewo M was eaned by a Abird tWmere sad I comme" t
think there was e help foer me. Lydia Plakhams V qg
COpoend made e a well woman after all other mesas m
failed. M tes are all asking what has helped me **
a4 I aly recommeA Lydia 3. Plkham'*s Vegetae :c
poUin--Mm. Willie Edwards.
hamstead, Maryland.- Before talking Lydia E. Piakmft
Vegetable Cd I was weak and MervoTU and could
be on my feetM a day without suffering. The doctors I
me I never would be well without an operation, but Lydia L
Ptikham's Vegetable Compound has done more for me thaais
the doctors, and I hope this valuable medicine nmiy come at
the hands of many more suffering women."- Mrs. Josephq
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who wil
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
-or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?



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icaL ns As to Taft's Cabinet--United States

Navy Has Been Greatly Improved.

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1 7 ~IIG Of Pr'iIE 1..' I'.91 1 .

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~ wilds of A*.t *.
ar-i rhiinoeert'''9" it.', *.-I *,.\-'i 5 *: :

t that C f.r' I *' 9 '' .I. ~ :
be[viu)w a l. t IU.t9 a i 'a h .,:
bt'tAetl UjwI'.. ': .'. t "LF u "!) thi td -,
Iu.of cou:t heL'3-~'' .~ iv.ntyfe'.~h
bifluz-it'l. iiHo I.,h !'. :i.. ;''~:' .r~ll'it!811R n~i~i
s gcentle'. v irmu 1 4 C( 114 td~11191 .il hilaed an R111v1t. noci
ul' 'Ol .11"ltl'td
du handical-lbA anId h iA'A It t v, i roili jvj Llnd
Ogtive bureau bcuiriA-- I..\ tl,
Im t to VIAV 'Ifollow L!". I.Wb l11A '.i
uhte.I t Iis n c 3d u id 6ejr. 4ii
~ rsidential fIce's-age' ':and 'CI i l~.1' e befI1.

i hemit:id.i e i ''. r: t i ~ er a e
through the press to thiev ut deuLtrniorefithf- TvI efvivv t,,
aboard cou~ituellcies or Con-
districts things tlrnt are r'ot !than it nn1v tithe vitl.~n their his.tory.,6 Y1~1.1411 9.C ~'9~i .

_ hatWa outside l \of a lItlgtol n i "_u a ., -,-., p, ,
.v be d n, ote efficient alid capable officers and
hkave been so long known le-re
Seare looked upou as coi- t:) elJminate from the service Incomlew.
Mi tn unIavailable as nesws. tnt. uIntemperate,. mentally stupid and
of Congress rere t phylIcally unlit, the obese. pot-bellied
Ia0 gM-ber of Congress repres-entt.
S0 parties a e las-d the and knock-kneed men Is certainly in
| hv ast *heni- i*i .>,the Interest of the servic-. but more
tse a fury of Indignation and but ore
i- emphatically in the interest of the
WV" to wipe from the record the ,lhatOcally in the' mterest of the
MjMl's plain talk. but this. of eittr. t Of cosr.eo thi., pp.ces is not
will only emphasize and give agv'eeable to se.xte of the oflcer .
lolrty to his .tricture. a hn their alves and families, but thev
ppto Congress. and especially should not. where the country is in-
i 0tof It. has been publlhed in evolved. be con ldt.red. Pulling teeth
M gaer in the United States and and other surgery is not an agreeable
pomnt the world In all languagef, (olwration to the .uhbj.ct or even to Ihe,
I %0 resentful fury of those who 3lwectator. but it k necessary and indi-
i k will simply call further at- eInsal1. to health aid life. Only a
t to the deserved rebuke. Not .nl; 11 t:i'rir%. of ni .ut-e,.d in law.
fni i.e1e or ii anv profession. The
iM th day that the IR iLblican hix.n- n, : ,ll, !n,. or il al ov f the fi Tht
Wto the House and Sena:e turned I f the' .ursial of the fittest
AtIrew Johnson has there be-en 'u:a, y v.' k to li lint- the' in.
fiteiae feeling against the execu- (*bt.lt t':. but in the arnry and ra'v
j fe, but here the comparison r -in:.. o h:Ie bteen
) J~hao was unpopular; Roose- kop'lt in the- service, anid pr1" ootd ac-
Stis strger In almost everY Con- cord'Itng to -.rioritV. t'eu elinating
10=0 constituency or district 1,"- ** Ii .,t t' 9 .a..l 'ho"
ath0e representative in Congr. r,,v :t te, t. t' e" ';l.)'- tg8t:
Mb p Io cted here that NMr Ta ,...*.i :"' ** -'tt l t, *l." ii h' -
PM the aext Corgr, ,-',Anl .b. In*:I 0fla'" l'' 'an i'. at'ach.ent.
d4lsated throit'h the Pi'r .-lenit s
eisa of h:~n' ra r: r.'*** "' : A Relig-ous Autior's Statement.
Ih en e to the det,-''tve b!,r :.: Fe r I : .r I "a: '.' !
Is not usual for the atahbi!..t ,tf *' i -. : 1 -. : 1
e;t I. .,! 'I ,: tricksh -n ltth a .e %erc
aptareutly un.i ;: ... p11LiIn im nykidneys and was confined
l-the day of hi-, tian.,' rn A-. 'to be-d sight da. s unable to get up
S thiv.g iin:. after t'., '. Ji *: ... ,. :.
ehl lWt -ate.l In th.. ,.:',: .: ., ;a -! :i t':< !: .1!t" -* 1 I.t' ;,: ;

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O after all l 11j) .I,,-I!. :-V
Taft~s cabuvaet tin[,tit apparo-wiv .

P Umattor Kai''\ (ef P. I I I- 1 J'
Sb8Qw&ae Scietary ot Statc' in to ~-A
IMt: Ei.41i euhli-r I ~ rrie k of
Is i isbelie-v A %% i! eI P'I I

151.'Wic rght. is e'xi,octt-e ) 1" )11ebi
Maw 1iYlev'

~ N eyers, th.t


era). It I,, thougl~t by rustly.
bg Secretary (if the' Na'~v 4bW',
that 34r. Thow shtwuI(ofN, w
*11li be given*rjthe IIa' l po rt
,Mary 3!. Ifuy! oft1P x, -WI:
for the IiNi'iartiuiett of Just ute
I* AtorutY-ey-;trra I 1'raiiii 1
for otaaer;'ir.
ILGarfield for Secretutry (f IIIe

*is ellpectred to Fetlait ishue p).
Mthe be1ad oM the Abir'cUIftjral
t. Mr Liw.b.the irk zite'
of Prealdeant koJuMip-%tI. 11 Iji
1111111 the scajwgcoat of SI) i,,all)
Ob bpetuous chit.f's *itnuirei'e'r
b so lperpoICtt.111,ii ., ent icit. -I f' r
OU ~ htcabitue.t pt101t,1119 ttiit !t h
001111to ha~,a *jj* etIchol (111,f*
It is flkOw 5114 Ill. % IIIl1w St.(
I1VComnwerce .mviild atir 'a the
V Mr. 1Straus, thl, e.Ajedtdi' ..ali
woukdldeeato 1w Ii) be.*'r)r rea
ft Peaid~rut IEle.c't TidY %%e~ule
r fttiri the' I.re peit Seer- !ar%
X&VtaY Mr N,.s I.. rrv. at Iow
V ,the Na~~y Jlh fe .! it.

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tkef sis Un ruarv is.el
0~?teotor Alke~e it vc' ..
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ueatn of *An inent.
i'r,,n T u. -,i.iy'- I ,. .. S u :
Sai' l1I ::'. tY. *' .' ilif.tit .rison of .Y ;
;t.,l .1 r 1I: l'h t, r of Ili h S ri:'rial '
di. d at th., lt:,o, of .)M It. Saund. r.-
Siuil!av" ll(or1lni.g, afi* r a !inge'ring ill
o:* of t .-c-rl werks of chol.-ra in
'i t lTl il.
Th- little- one' h..l teen4 .l'k for
nollit tlin.' at Htigh Spiriigs antd %a.s
lor 'uKht here, in the hope that the'
.ianu** Ol, I rce of be.ne'flt to h lvi
'lh. Inte rnr-iat satis helId at .1Mtcat,'il\
in the family ltt rling ground the' It.
1istrunk offidiating. Tht, r.-maln.'
\Ai-re pr'-lii:r, d fIor burial b) I'ndter
t.ke'r Mot'le llatr, e tllhip. -it

Too Much Face.
You fe-,-l as if itiu had c, v fa4'ce too
al.',y whin you ha.ie nLuratlgiA. dotnt
,c't" S.t\e the face--.ou laity we'd
it, but ge-t rid of th.- ieuralgia by)
u,,l)l.11ng lltallard s Snow Linimelat
in. .,at thing in the world feor rh u
mattiiiin. iti iiralKia, burn'. cuts. c-atl'ld.
lane, ba, antd all pA111n Sold bi V
M Jutliza.,ll.

Will Enjoy Themselves.
From Tuesday's Dally Buu:
F Iv \\ tt ,r .an,- itlhI t Kirtw'ld
l. tt ,. t. I .t for I ,* tbnrg wh e c

'.I Iv t c\ .% it,. r i.1e ,I e,, the e \,.,.llh nt
nf il.' t, .a ,'i l,.t'... ::: III thut i (tuna

la d d, l" l* I t ir hitdi '-tlIt feor
t N. al'.I-tte, antld hilat I did
..t dlit. .-ed n., te rrily liurdomk
|I tlixod litte-rs curt d tue '- J II \Valk
Sl.utbu r.O Otio,


Sever,coei Pi sa"ers. Mon and WO-
rimer,, Ali Play en Thi~s Matines, of
?.'.Pyor Caves on Mcnday.

Ai e.t .'I t ~ o ~

.,, i .* u t(i:'< -It <*'' .>' : i n n l iI ll-
t! r e, t I. c th' t. fi nli
'- e<.re cilor.-d, l. h had Iw'In ar-
i, S' lda:y nm',rnit,' about I::;i
,I, I < k liv Mt Iir-hal Artsw P oli'oh nian
il.ar.. .Ow.nsn and Special Officer John
It.it:ett. for disorder at a fcutlial and
dance in New Gai:>-'sille.
Whien the officers arrived upon the
sct i- twVo < negro men w ere eniaged In
A fight. and in making the arrests
Mlar.hai Arnow's hand %as slightly
:-r'zi.- I. aiAl he' also suffered the loss
)f a gq,':d rows by being Lit iu the
mouth 1h one of the beligerants, who
made his escalw in the darkness, all
light-; having been extinguished when
it became known that the officers had
Most of the participants in the "fes-
tivities" made their exit from the
building, but the officers stopped ev-
ery one they could lay hands upon
and marched them to the city jail.
where they were kept confined until
Monday morning.
Those arraigned before the major
were Maggle Wanamacker, Ann Vin-
cent. Jumper Anderson. Betisle Mick-
N' ;. N.'won Johnson. Smith Bellamy.
Lucy Thompson. Ad Vincent. Ik%
'"h' .. Gus-to Gamble. Walter Chris-
tan. Chas. Williams. John Wilson.
loule. Mickles. D. J. Jackson. Henry
*Angerman and Minnie Williams.
The two principal defendants were
retquire.- to pay $o and costs, while
the others, with the exception of Loule
Mi(k.ls and Minnie Williams. had to
"cough up' $2.7," atnd cost's for being
Inmates of a disorderly house. The
t ):al fiOn'e and costs amounted to
at.,ut 7:.'
Mayer Davis warned each and every
on. c' the de' !.,..:a,.tN thaat it wa-
th.eir duty to leave a house whenever
d i':ot!, r l,.", .A-:e a i l artrt. He ex-
pr.'s.-ed regret at bel < c(onpelled., 'n-
tier the ordinance. to fine sonie of the
defer.ldants. and they all stee'ied to
apilreciate the mayor's fatherly ad-

The Meanest Man in Town
I- the one who always wears a
fio i:. la cros rnd'J dl.i.';r'-able. aid
is shortt and sharp in his ant:wers.
.\:ine ca.se. out of te'n it'. not the' poor
fe IIo '* fault. It's his li er atid dig,,.-
fIen that nA.,i hiI f teei l t o nli|- Ia-:l
--he can't he iIp bting disagreeable.
Are you in It r f ; tting Into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ilallardsa lerbine for your
lii.r the safe,'. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Bold by W. M. John-
Lettuce Moving Freely.
From Tuesday's Dally Bun:
Sanford ('hatitwrliu of Clyatt station.
o'ne of the iac-ce.ful truckers of that
section. was atiiotiK the visitors to the
city eht.-rday 1,e st(ate- that lettuce
is now liion Izi fr nm there In large
;u;antitil'.s. a:'dl wi thin a -hort time. the
cabbage crop %ill bte ready to cut.

Every Mother
Is Lr should be worried when the
little ones ha\e a cough or cold. It
may lead to cr,.p or pl-.uri.-y or IptuU
nionia then to i ,elfethiig tiuore 54-rl-
otis. FIallard's lir,.hound Syrup sill
cure the trouble at oncte and |.rc-s at't
any complication. Bold by W M31.
Jo.. Il b ll.
Meeting Weth Success.
From Tuesday's Dally Sun.
(' : .M litoin tlie' sawmiaiill iuan of
Si< ulil ,.| A.i' tie r.' tr.f Ie4< tlitiu bual
ni'.- ye+.terda> lie sltalte that he Is
h.it llui tel 'l.- lith tthe te,.il'- 4ef tI .i1. ..I ib. Sil it. In uritiMg
it., r te','i,.e .' ; t,' re tain the. duty
*>n luiult r


Kew eatalois ~ or ethe m nlAa( MO ea a -Mi S f
NuIo, Form and Ohmemital Trees i vert-. uM i e
Palnm, Ferm aad othbmw. SKID FOR IT. : : 3 a

Y.,u would uott de lay taking Feol. sI *
Kidney Remetdy at the firrt sigin ,er
kidney or bladder trouble if you rea.
Filed that neglect iight re.-ult In
Isright's disease or diabetes Fole>' )
Kidney KRemedy corrects rrgulart-
ties and cures all kidney and bladder
disorde-rs J W McCollum & Co.



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no.maem" amiw Is lbs1 W=ONAY *VNIINM
avow heOkm up bsontmer
Seat9 fk Good M go~ thatY" fte 6* otp f enty
tar f prp l six Nameson CheuisLie%.
?domewanotoWOlesYTWo or *mb emaons Open
Abomw wbmwe wh ave the bomb-

SCAN rneommend Fnar saS good' X R. H. G. GREEN a o
medicine for chronic starrh of the Leawis Creek, lad, writ:
somach and bowelk. I have been cannot express to you our
troubled with it severely for over a year, what Peruna has done fur meat.
Oad also a sough. "When rhe began your mediagle
"Now my eogh tall goneand allthe wa not able to be up all day, kft
l4ttries g symptoms of catarrh of the she is helping with the work ad
stomaeb and bowels have disappeared. present ha. gone on a visit. Her:b
"I will recommend it to all is a rare is improved in general. Nodisebuh
yemsdy."-Mrs. E. Little, Toloto, IlL Good appetite. bleeps well se a
44T HAD catarrh of the stomach, bow- well."
Sells sad ower internal organs. Had
a gsat de* of pal ia my right hip, 4BY followlag your iatressmag
which felt likerhbemaUlma. Also, pa takin your 1I ra sad M
in my Internal organM. the water was I am cured of catarrh.
highly colored, my back was weak, was "I had catarrh for twelve yeag
eoaUspated, and very restiose. quite a bad cough s"o I could aot
*1 commenced to take Peruoa accord- nights. I do not have anyeo4kta
lag to directions, and bega'L teimprove. If I feel anything in the throallhth
I have taken tea bottles of Peruna and swallow of Peruna and I am all dr
think I am eured."-Mr. W. Q. Hemp- -Mr. W. D. Smith, Sr., sltS eeMIl
bUl. LalsvllUe, Muse. ort Huron, Mich.
Ash Yoer Oruggist for a Free Perua Algaqac f'r 9

W bIEW iuminminMinewsmsckufyon
-=&-M46 SM Ui%.e peach V
~a a~ I~~uustreas, wth thrifty roots, trnmks
Lhmpriagateumder ow

or I si. sif. WeI
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S1 atOGates&
A J Cof O on f March a.

S VOery MIoI Fierim.

bY, LMyt$r and tWgeer.

Tomo ef SbstePt*&fl.
STiAe.a.Week $1 a year;
I ore. _a^ ^6e

art and I*s ets fo tr each
"dvsear_ ythreea
-a of eatn pelal rates.
S- Pat~inserted
tuitaris, m5 emus a lHaine.

Ow Club l UList.
na The Thrices-Week
T) Worm Ome year.......$1.65
gI d ian The Adiota (OL.)
CooaticationSome year. 1.76
=ua The Attsats (Ga.)
Weekly Jouranal one year 1.50
Md The SeT- Weekly
Gm0 YOa U ....... 140

we wif aot accept stamps of
tmtevoat pim than 2 cents.

N.Burton's triumphant defeat for
asporalty of Cleveland landed him
Se United States Benate.

Me "grandfather" clause being in-
into some of the Southern
.mWItations is not calculated
piote the education of white
int, M tse rates.

AllIasyOeaeral Park Trammell Is
to make Florida one of the best
S that ever occupied that office.
yw r eye on him. and see if our
"Wap Is not vereSed.

Ib s s might riders convicted of
to the nrst degree at Union
Aft, Ten., have been sentenced to
,b hug a February 19. An appeal
1 be taken to the supreme court.

Jrt Thaw's mother has at last
her fht to have a new conimlsa
appn ated to Inquire into her
preast asnalty. The date or
al holding the Inquiry has not
Seen decided by the court.

*Iwperty owners will have to he
S preet I the payment of taxes
year thas they have been If they
Oft to save the cost of sale and ad-
ftis. as Collector Dickinson says
Bl plpises to close the books at the
S required by law.

1t4hing would do so much to add
I t6e attractiveness of Gainesville as
lWag the public square with vitrified
i&k. it is a shame that the work
Ut done long ago, instead of
gmdau'tg the money on rock pave.
Imt ila other sections.

limintser that there ie eighteen
alhable prties to be distributed to
Maeaestfl contestants in the piano
mast tI addition to the handsome
tatemat to be awarded to the can-
iMe receiving the highest number
o ie. "Get busy" and win one of

lb. Sun is truly glad to oberv the City Council has made a con-
w'iu whereby the street sprinkler will
.i ed whenever Its services are re-
1 to lay the dust. The present
MHMer Of the uinnp<.ll Ir... hmirsrll


The Canebrake Herald, of Union
town. Ala.. published a series of para-
graphs In Its last edition which Is
worthy of study by the people of North
Florida. The Journal has been on
much Impressed by the wisdom and
applicability of these paragraphs that
It reproduces them:
Set out twenty or more fruit tree"
on your farm and quit buying peaches.
pears and plums in the town markets
On the contrary, raise a surplus to
Fifty rows. 100 feet long. set out
In a choice variety of strawberries will
go far toward paying the annual table
expentens of the farm home. Always
i market for strawberries.
The tiller of a farm that practices
diversiflcatlon of crops is not the man
who patronizes the corn cribs of 1111i
noise and Iowa. and the packing bous4'
of Omaha and Kansas City. but he i4
the man that raises his own meat and
bread. and always has apme farm
product to sell every day In the year
or whenever he goes to town.
There is more money In fattening
hogs for the market with the surplus
corn and other feed any farmer can
raise yearly than in producing ten-
cent cotton and paying $1 a bushel
for corn to feed your stock, while mak-
ing the crop, and laying anywhere
from 15 to 20 cents a pound for meat
to feed yourself and hands during the
crop season. For proof, ask any
thrifty farmer that "lives at home and
boards at the same place." Proof can
be furnished by a legion of creditable
witnesses In every cotton-growing
There is and there can be no ques-
tion about the advice coming from ev-
ery intelligent source In the country
that the great failing of Southern
farmers Is their intense attention to-
ward a staple crop-a crop on which
they may realize a money advance.
This idea. this constant experience.
has held them in abeyance to the
banks and other money lenders. They
must realize that the banks and the
other means for borrowing are far
more dependent on them than they
are on the leindrs.
It strikes The Jaurnal that the farm-
ers lack the Independence in thought
and character lih. h, y right., should
differnilate the ruial class from ev-
ery other class in the country. Their
opportunity is so great that it causes
wonder to apprehend their purpose In
adhering to a prejudice-we can call
it nothing else-which has held them
back from a full realization of the
fruits of their toil for so many long
years.- Pensacola Journal.

It is extremely doubtful if the Gov
ernment or the public generally ex-
pected the United States supreme
court to decide otherwise in the case
f the Standard Oil Co. and the twenty-
nine million dollar fine. still it is well
ihat the appeal was made that the
situationn might be made clear. The
decision itself will strengthen the
-'pidly growing conviction that fines
4re not an adequate punirhnient In
oe case of trusts which systematical-
violate the law because it pays
t *u to) do It. When such conmbina-
titns have engaged in the practice for
years and grow wealthy on it. the
Iipolition of a fin,. whether little or
great, has no deterent influence-they
continue as before, and the moral con-
sideraUtion never troubles them. In
most cases a prison sentence, even
for a brief twenty-four hours, would
be more effective than a fine of a mill-
Ion dollar-

0211' d Sireproceeding upon lpracti- Mn u*-odhsbtel ea
S~llinglied that 'silliul %aazte takiw~t woful
satnt- The nation. like the house-
hewival Of the proposition fur Conx- hold. i.-i also tm-gtinisini to feel- this as
W o et the 4th oif March tul- a r.-'-u-lt 4ftht t .-%a.tmig of it~.- it ural
:0t~he election of nluniov-,at ill. nr- 'rce!-i A g~mi4 deal cof our iZatv.
of Ofthe l)c-It-n.br ftilIolwt ing-- tr i-i 'ne .' it) ha, toe., n dui. to tht-
A ly5yVar aft-r-mc.te-. %1,11 is r, -*kle- uis wr tvituier. innt ala3-' awul
33 Of j j~ l ''l~'e'- tu' teii r ti~miar'd 1-1 I i... 1 4,*IIU c
St the bileit l4 Ill b te. rs 1, .'\(,%% CIcn1. 'zig w it mdi

o It is till,'! ~ii. er ~ I I 1L ~ ~ ''~tii L~
ee'~a t ro- i.tkeua t ,pite r1..

Dut~ts I ,ai .11 Iii'i~ ~ *,I ~ ~ I r 'A :1 t.I-jn i
b llt~t tt ni il mp I,, rd

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When YOU Thin
ofe&- PwhiW" m-.wwsepes wt er
aid wm hwoedmW mn t be dusut aa skade.
WhihI. imerdoI- owum guburb& amia whe 40e n-
no -v neuisim e"mI don ks wins. whew WOd
ma~b sdyhe frsoum &thismmwur4Perl d i at m.&
#*~a ePerefft fO.-M
weekWS i" d Book
meN ~v. tem eEMW soe #b-
MA eu~6 1 .e" f i it a ADr. DuNb lm.

w.AD.@am seposdsusege~viedy pri 'ass mod sesied
e..-eetio. Wrie. without low gid w- -h--- be Ig W W~ds DhepsmsewMed&
islAasmei.ato, R. V. hatem. M. KD., Pnosima, 3Sullle N. Y.
Uye ou et a boa *mi tsellshouta iwomeons diseases, wed bow I*to
themso hmeoed t1 me-giew stsmpsto Dr..Piev toepaygeme
e insd be will smod aoue becopy adhi ime thusse 1s
Congo" Seuse edi ,.d~e.-revisi.ed, p-to-dee. edatam, in P~or eumim.
k hssdsemscloeb-hindir4, 31 stamps..

A man claims that he has invented
something which will overcome the
law of gravitation and enable him to
visit any place Just by simply rising
In the air and letting the earth rotate
until the place he wishes to visit
comes around to him. It is a beautiful
idle dream, with nothing in It. But
supposing It were true It should not
be forgotten that there is a certain
man by the name of Harriman who be.
lives his mission is to coinrol all
lines of transportation.

Governor Smith of Georgia will
leave the enforcement of the prohibl.
tion law In Savannah and Chatham
county to the local authorities for the
present, although he has been appeal-
ed to by many citizens to declare mar-
tial law and use his power to suppress
the sale of liquor. The Governor ex-
presses confidence in the ability of the
local officials to cope with the situa-

One hundred opossums have been
provided for the dinner to be given
In Atlanta mext Friday In honor of
President-Elect Taft. A twenty-pound
marsuphial. cross-eyed and bobtailed.
has been especially provided for the
Luest of honor, and 'simmon beer and
"moonshine" will be the liquid refresh-
ments. It seems that Judge Taft is
%o teetotaller on such occasions.

One of the greatest factors in San-
ford's march of progress Is the San-
ford & Everglades railroad that Is now
being built through part of the famous
celery delta to Lake Jessup.

Returns to Oeergia.
Dr. H. L. Jarvis of Dalton. Ga.. who
has been here for the past several
days visiting his parents, returned to
his Georgia home ye terdly. where he
has built him up a lucrative practlee
in his profession. He will visit At-
lanta on his return to Dalton.


ARCHER, Jan. IL.-Mrs. aBlnd
and children of Suater, S. C., are vist-
Ing Mrs. Dowell.
Mrs. Hinshaw of Marion, Ind., Mra,
Anderson and Miss Simmons of FPair
mount. Ind, are pleasantly located
here for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharman spenm t several
days with Mr. Sharman' sister. Mrs.
W. I. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Hancock ae visiting
their daughter, Mrs. MeMiUla, at
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith are re-
oieling over the arrival of a baby girL.
Lee Hughes of Datton spent Sun-
day In town with his mother.
Mr. and Mrt W. A. Wood of BoM-
too are here for the winter.
Miss Pauline Curl Is spending this
week in Newberry.
A new baby girl has come to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Acree.
J. T. Fleig and s n are makiN
two dwelling houses out of their ol
store building. One of them will ee
be ready to occupy.
Mise Florence Bradley of Waes-
hoota visited In town this week
Work will soo begin m a new store
building for C. D. Wood mear the de
pot. Our little towa Is Iprotvig
right along.
The friend of Mr. Joe. kbimer are
glad to see bli out again, after a
week's Illness.
Arcther has been placed In a new
circuit by the Methodist Comtereace
and will have a change Ila the pastor.
Mr. Gates of Willstom will preach.
We regret giving up Mr. Yeates of
High Springs., Mr. Gates will preach
his Arst sermo here next Sunday.
Mr. Lorance of North Carolina hae
bought the place formerly owned by
Mr. Andrews and will settle here with
his family.
Miss Dorothy GOun of Otter Creek
and Miss Irene lck of Palatka spet
a few days with Mhgs Le.la Balkailht


In Whbit a tnMM AMo
CeatMy WM be Am l aw Ia
Hetw rd Plese, a nd IS O eef-t b U I f
H psh &S*owdp s =ca.6so
setavesT of TheOI. L mwem L.
uamiS M eae C a ao be
THE SUN I fhew of f m i

One 4M.- Homwar nt Plm
=vo to the per resdfNg t
ty at Alachna whbe vea
higher 1mo.b of eat1 a. t I
Itkh. 1909.

ia anddtlm to t e Plaoi we
be leaeo by The nao&&
mee MC, a a mew< W@
to be med m asa amt
met m a me w lime.a

dune w as ews og"pies
IN AldMhese dut:

To the aeet i Mueo ia

vo.aM. we agmt
To he m d Al

-u.mOn e .t um b

set by vlei a IB miI

I the mleat ix 3

tio them a e hr
Thes d b m awt iem m ia
to witdrs torm hbe

date be tst ad w
Inthe ev........ of a

1,I00) M.A- veia. ..
dFurs at Wte a wfhro

to withda uretptethe r -Ap

$u.e .......vo .vey

For a elub of d re (s tee @
Geaam suabrap"t-- (-1- AI
aft) 0.0 ote.

Thee no UMW t to tN a
lube each otestant me agag
For a club I of T hte r w

There Io O I alt to the am
Ielaitin vote b J
riendo whin theM
Lvoe la ueire by w
slxmoth' he'ldin(eio
a1,1.59)10.9W vo Les.


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,1, :.< Company. *
'a. large blocks.
(Ckala. Fla.

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~.Aummang Speciafize
3g~.sNervous Deb
Ouaned by r.Iez latent ey
-, .vmsIu.a ts

8aby Laugh

N OW laugli and

SM M, Mti dn ut ak
a craway baby to laush
:!Tv a Sulft is MBTet

Scgtts EnEulsion
ti e ppr fod, 64 b oly a

Wil n otes Many Cake&.
T. J. Come., the sawill and turpen-
time -of Raleigh, was a visitlor to
Oslmrevtlle Tueay. He tat that
the tker io that sectki are pro-
pralmg for their cake and other spring
wepm, mad that the a gme* of the
fenr wva be ry hrdy the comtng
CewMetod nem Per Ceoumi.t
Depty Iherleff BekhamU yesterd
brahti to tthis ety a aegr of Camp-
vlso who was evitod before Justiee
Dyes of that places em four different
asntas a esay. The maqro was
owesm dxa emthe I Oeh e*m


As moon as suitable quarters can be
N you bavew I r At e d mything obtained. The Pitman Shorthand
ft 1at #h tob keep y or ey tea School will be opened, where the very
gMMa s d"lgaimlU M U. best Instruction in the Pitman system
of stenography will be given free. To
Insure the success of the plans of the
p A philanthropic persons engaged In this
CR I worthy undertaking, they have secure,
ed the services of Miss Gertrude
l Dzalynskl of this city, as teacher and
Yb We qP Y manager of the school. M is I zia
Snlyuski is recognized as one of the
SSmost expert reporters In the Sfate. of
t ( wide experience in such exacting work
as convention and court reporting. and
UUNj K SS CARlDS also as teacher. Anyone d.vslrous of
entering the free class In stenography
U&. 0oO. P. WALDO, can obtain details of the offer by call-
ing on V!ibs Dialynski at room 215
West building, during the day. or at
DE'WIST- 420 Cedar street, in the evenings. The
opportunity here presented for obtain-
W-S Sei0 uIdkJJMg IMa8 e st N.I ing a comidpte course In stenograpihy
SaN Pbe SI1. Alas Leea Dilam. and typewriting without cost may nev-
er L.- p re-entd again,. and thew% with
InLA to take advantaL- of it sill d)
G ARg & FIELDING well to lavestigate it at once, ats the
Ume fir ricelv!rq applications and en-
LdWyM. rolling students will .b limited -Jack-
4 I-o .o .'. .1.. tr,,ioulh,.
No Ise 4 Oaaft, "M-- aM The awake peron reads the want
5PWMJL ada. every day-and answers some al-
mnost as often.

a emr emael Walailseaslef IfU you have found anything see it
e,n,.mp olma i Ias advertised in the Want columLn


RMSTIES, Eye Specialist



well-known Jacksonvill Ey' -Special'st, will niitke a
professional visit to
-econd Tue,,,ay i Feb.. 6@|- ulk,
an I uw wean for lie Day Only at Brown House

ie on all Eye Tr'nmults- anul Retlex Nerviis 'l'Tro le.I.s,
ility, Stonmach Trouhbls, anil alny co)nitioti that Ina"y Ii.
re train. TIh. t IN)tor Ihas pe| rfectel imainy wodlcrful
double, without drugs Ir o-ierationu. i"TH IK lhitp

I~:L~igliid.O'..-i. A-,:t g'ct !z1r.:.: 1'iC -
sumd oak witi) 2 h.T''vr ', -.-t,)l n i,-n '1: i.,
W1r% c~ inict k a, ,:. -. I .- 4
outz~rs t ilk.n-tsainst tlf
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%11l ewbers Electoral College Pres-
ent But Gee C. Martin of Brooks-
ville-Bloxham Elected instead.
C(ol Jl,,ibrt E. l)a is return.,l f ,ro AR LC rE WOUNDS, OLD SORES
rallahasn.** Tu*'I-a. ,ni,'i an.f.r alt,* Ap IONS GALLS, BRUISE!
having att..nded the po,.-t-n iof the. 3 MUSos'L 5 AC STIF JOINTS. I
. lc All members were I.res-.nt at thi, AN AMTISEPTIC that stops Irritation. 3'
*ne. (. Martin of Ilrooksville. and Ex-Gov- pENETRATES the Pores losns the Fbrou
*,rnor Illoxham was elected to take ot& a free $irc 1&aLo of t Blood. gvirg the I
his place. The vote was cast for t .
Itr.1an and Kern
Col. Davis was unanimously chosen
o deliver the vote In Washington C URED OF PAR A
to the President of the Senate, which
was a high compliment paid this W. Sy. P. O. Trle, Teas. writes
gentleman and which will be heard qgMe had bee seeing i years* with par
with delight by his large number of bum wh 5Iwapersuaded oileteI
friends and acquaintances throughout b vIia-" t foe old eorf d a omt bites a
the State. apaial lt does the work.'
FreeO SOh*i ef atengraphy. W AALgL IU*flTU&IS
If there are in the city of Jackson- = S5, 500 Mi
vllie or the State of Florida fifty or m ARD SNOW ..INIIK
more persons of either sex. between T .a LO W U. &L A.
the ages of 15 and 60 years, who de-
sire to take a course In stenography
and typewriting without cost. the an- meK A AM aiC EgM- I
nouncement made herein will be of M On
great Interest.. J* JOJ ELN'




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ltc'ped and Birne1 Terri'y-Arrs
AVected. Too -Coutd Not P. ..
Tnwuenbs Without Flesh Cracklrg
-Sleep and Work Often Impos-
sib!e- Was Fairly Worn Out.

"Abt-ut a year agn an itching humor
hegan to app*-ar around the tlIack of my
hand. It started Ain to tpri-ad, ani
pretty on a it civernv iceith ray hands
and not up 'ver my wriats and eeven
upto t e the ilew n. The itching a&mn
burning were terrible. My hand geut
all "y and whin I scratched. as I
wa doing a go d part of the time. the
surface' would lie' cvverd with bluster
and then get raw. The ecwarema got so
bad in around the pit of my thumbs
that I mculd not move the thumbs
without deep cracks appearing. I went
to my doctor. but his medicine could
oly stop the itching and did not seem
to hea my hand up at all. At night
I suffered so fearfulvly that I could Dot
sleep. oiten lying awake unt il well toward
morning, then waking up still tired.
I am a chef and ste-ward by trade and
I had to give up my place, ai my hands
we're so terrible to' look at that they
did not like to, have me around about
the fixd. I cuJdl not lear to tu them with water, hut whe-n I upoitively
had to met my hands ck-an I would rub
thienm with oid.
This ort of buAiihiw went on for
three month and I kept trying zinc
and tar ointments and micwh r-rterip'
vith no particular lo-n-flt. I did nt
1r, *w what t ,1,,. f,,r I Ra- fairly w rn
kl t n-kin me"- why I didn't z.m- ( t.-
< ar e i i at la-t I thought I wo:l'l.
Firni I gi. tlihe (iutura Soap. then
C'lt liura (.rt uri,'ut nif t lat lat Cuti' ura
4*- 'IvInt. I put thi' ('":tiu romnt t in at night. ,overiig mty hand"
w:tl, lilht c-,Itt is l.v.e In tif n mn i-
ii t ih i, f ti f thl gi, l.-', w l i 1eo
litId Aith c '-4a'I,' r-,ti)n.- half as
1'l it a V,.,r fi'..'-r. l'ita% itir hi. he.ali',
!4 -.*- lh. rr n' l --.Ili.- l haMI te1- Tn In
a I- 1rth I was rp.-lt :1 I hav' k'-. t ;
rn f ( r 11.r, r, *nth M ." l.ftriI- arid
air'- in' f%.-< t\ t.ar < f all trac'-. .f
t /.'-iii;a :' t W\\..I.r II. ( ox. Ii,, S.>ir..r-t St.. Bos-
ton Ma..-. S- pt. 2.'. Iiis."
'".Ie aru R"-'' k Idl thrrn',t'u, t ie wcern 1
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Improvements Now Being Made to
Conform With New Plan--Two
Stores Will Be Operated.

Ow'in; to the. large< iitrt-a-c ix. their
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lf-l tii 1 .*'k I(e111 q uoarte'r'-. aid u ill
dlhith (illt ;at tow ,<. ii" ratiiig tI'A
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TAO Se-st.cns Were Held. After-ion
and eight Wl-ich Ended in E *
gant Earquet and Spread.

Fru, Wta die'-day's Dally:
." i i V- it Iii i l ( xi-' N 1 ". K otl
I' tll' l t l i l ,l- a t lce 'l -i *

itai ;, -, l i l itli th in th ili cit"
;(r ;wt M. -'i .-i of th lai.-t li(ri ;a-
ugr ceridi r
The (mo. eition vase called bly 1i-<
trict Ih- .iuti Randd Chantllor lDr. N.
W. Frani i of Starke. afd a l.-rge num-
lwr of dele-gates' from the several
lodge's in llradford. l evy and this
county wtre leresent.
An Interesting program was pre-
liared by the local Knights and the
affair wound up In a brilliant spread
for the visitors on Tuesday night.
Reports front the different lodges
represented showed that the order has
increased at a rapid rate within the
pabt few months. notwlth&-tanidlag
the hard times. and many Interesting
talks were made by, the delegates re-
latiit: to the order.

Notice to Tax-Payers

W\ t ill niecet we tax-payers at the,
following peiaces o'u the dates set op
,)smit- :
Al liahu.t -Jan. 11th and l:.th.
Will, lfor-.lan 1:.
l'< II .l.t1 c 1",th.. l.'-t and 22nd.
It.lai Jau, ..',th.
I.aCro.-.se Jan. 2Gth and 27th.
- 1I.t.d--.lan. .',th
lii.ih ,'i im.es--l.aa .t'.th and 300th.
Ho ('ainli ill--F,.b. lth.
()ra !i H!4ight ~-Fb o10th.
M.lrI-i. Fe.b 11th.
lHawthor:i--Feb. 12!h and 13th.
lMi(anoipy Fb. l 5th4 and 16th a. nm.
1.? in-t ii Feli 16th. p. m.
Lake' Vit'w Ft. 17th.
Island Gr;ot-Feb. l'1th.
Waldo-FYeb. 22nd.
AIre'dondo-Feb. 24th.
Fairbanks-F,-b. 23rd.
Yours for the best service,
Tax Collector
Tax AAsessor.
Gainesville., Fla., Dec. 16. 1908.

If you have found anything see 1!
it is advertised I: the Want column.


10'lay OenTmna l r trc retS rrtwe

perS O sm.leo hO.uQt tiWIc LC
Fiy. rNuo C a. U r...,

nio mt at Pr one o.'. r e on Ja-r

uary 8. There was a large attend-
Vae06 no moVerC nmaded addrthe6e to
the farmcle n reusent aro whom was

ur 4tate Treasurer. M)r. Knight. The
good ladis of te neighborhood supan *.
). frtm aS,%kuli cuint)' made a h*rt
pt n or nourishmetwt,

talk to t toal unii at Aihua

There Is no case on record of a
cough, cold or a ine e deeloing
into umon tr oley

t The Fte dee- Union.
ALACH'A. WJan. 12.-The Farmers'
I'nion met at Perse'-rance on Jan-
ary Tertisin wag s a large attend
ance and several made addresses to
the farnrs present. and ont whom was
our State Treas urer. Mlar. Kn d rt. The
good ladies of the neighborhood sup.
lied a bountiful table with every-
thing necessary to fil theall ner man
and the day r aed o h very pleasantly
on th 0 follow ing day Reid Bu han
in. from Wakulh It ounti. made a hoert

that tor weisit at very local i i the county.

There is no case ol record of a
cough, cold orr la grippe developing
into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
.Aid Tar has been taken. a.4 It curet.
the mopt olis.tinate deep-seated coughs
and colds. Why t ike anything etl."
1. W :,;cCo!:..n *- Co.

Wa; It advertising is a force whicl
Jo can4. arI. and wJP h which yoA .
can dried your plane kLKd purposes
to anv le-ired destisnatsr

...Civil Engineer sod Servejer...
ProMps Ueetwon to all boom*n
Ofllee. S2wet d( or North of Thrlaherl
Akioe. P. 0 &.>t 1. 00lnesWl) 9.T

To Ai. Whom It Mar 0oneern T)e notlee
that tour week* after the pa-ticaskon or lUs
notice I Shah a*pWY to the No i J T WIM&.
Judre of the ~bab Judilelal<' Cre(t of roro
da a*d oak for an order showizw a* to wept
Mar) Fer n& ades t; JMAL4.Inge. JosrPt% V rKRANDUZ


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410-. 1. A V0% t Or IA IIJA
No.t;-, IN hereh I# ht rvt D t p MNOW,
;-Urik~tA-cf t TuanCartoon" NoS6.
4.t'-4 the f~th day of A WM.G A.
I I p b 1 441 a.It'00 witft akt Isefty fI M6e
an: Ct ae 0, a tpikcy J ewi s 60 t fiim
in -4,41,#4161 4-V wI~tto low. fk *tl bs P"
.,e..,re 6w In a tattld willin-
!-tW'14 I% itc1.TIPalea.Sa 555 USSR
the h'idtof IIsectir. AI) IS
Ui (-rk ciretltCutAebaO.

;Sf-or~rf f))a.ya18eet of wllh ome mmel~m
` C.4"A.I L taDS114 ffie ar%. A bmD 10l&
Impl M4^ca1 W6Strv am If
the b~oth aw of I eemb.AO 1),MWa
Pd Cla er. CrouleW Coo fe sobs Ca.1

asrDle ofbtOMs be of 1 hms
(ammIVS. SS. Lnd F4 t Us 4mb V
rary.9 W4.me k
(Seimal 3 -o 0"10 im
Dswmka14 oet~ices $1 o ,4"' ar p
Hawthorn. i O U. T
Mum itfof aOMst 1inwu-v-
suav of bawdidsm t

pleatost. hew bgiv.Whe00m
morlbod1before UO I IIMu

Dutmloni.form 5e 56m
asS lat o ew 4L te~~ o.
Hatirowtm. Seme.obb.W~~
L~~mm IL SaL I Al2111121M~US

Na~itpo* s bSelow ell to he
tar te am atledefSIerest.mo
Mwelt LaNeywat 4.Inv"uMay.
ivto t160 U4aM JWM tOf 5
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warts .

It Is pure. tnatui 5. &,,(ImelolIw.

l 1e.a ae', call y .Ie'pp. *.' y-M,-b, -lieg aie-f ieI.. ctiSm~ierbi s aoarascl t. -ic i. Ici rsr ici'Ii y i. r'titiin
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"Pride of Marylaid"

Full Quarts ... ..........
Full Q uarts ... .. ............
Full Quarts .

A Whiskey Your Physician Will Net H tM t
to Preecribe.
4 Full Quarts .............................
I Full Quarts ............................. A
2 Full Quarts ............................. ISM

ieudae's Celebrateu
"'Green RibWon"
1 1 \ I -k. y tIhat lMM.I I- ,. .-
4 Full Quarts ... ... .20
a Full Quarts .............. 6.00
12 Full Quarts 900
I- t'.t* hl hl t l.i- iit,'"- r di hai .li'1 on he
market at NON' a quart.

Sm 'st l Cdiebra

Private StockCorn
4 Full Quarts. assorted .... ...........
8 Full Quarts ........... ..... j
12 Full Quarts ..... .... ..........
This ahblkey has no equal for quality, purity
and price.

Sliedale's Fam s
Race King Rye
%te ltI %end )Oj Iipre-i. 'ai'd
4 Full Quart ...................... 400
8 Full Quarts .................... .... 7.75
12 Full Quarts 11.00
It uis rultrlior In etvry way to hbuneli i., of brand,
of it)e that )ou will be asked to pay a$1 .'.'
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THE ;AINNEIJTILI1.F : .1SIiRi* Y 14. 191411



Spaen-ftreinal and
-loaw reff of the City.

ggessard of Waldo waa" in the

ap, Iy of Waldo aas a %l.-itur
I'7 yesterday.
. Malphurs of lHague was a
00 the city Mfonda..
k vrton of High Sitring., wai.
S visitors to the COly -ster-

Oteen of iigh .lSpring.-., one. lug from an attack of f.eur whihe
&L C. L. melt. a a s itortoW to lla. (nflu"ld her to he.r ro Fyterday Filln-
pa:ae of Waldo one th, W. F. lk-e-kham of Cainpille .was
of that I.latce. a a a ai- itor among the ulsitors to the city yester-
%y yesterday. day. lie is th'e efficient' t de-puty sherifl
of that I|a1 ,'
H Nowell and son. 1) w-.. of t
V" among the out.lde vsit Plrof. T. F. McBeath arriv-d y.st -r-
Ig W0ty capital yet.-terda' day from Columnus. Miss. In lrdt r t.
Ix-' I re.-tnt at thI fun r.il '-.rc ic<.s of
Chill Tonic is guaranteed to r r r no
fever, colds and lagripiie.
$S. Sold by W. .1. JoulC..n e. (' I) w ointo i lpr liin eit butl-ine-
i Mr J AJi.i -l. ,!i'roi nimaiin of Archcr .indl im iiler of tl.t
pgle^ of the Mito etiu fi.rm of Hodg.pon & \\g x. wa-; a v.itor
;le of the Mltlio hecton o Tusda.
glog the visitors to the city
e.Col. Fred Cuhls rl. of Cdar K.>
a l.. i the (city y.te.-rday. He is- now
I. Summer- of Trenton. count t I
> ; ring (,n sec(irini. a hou-, i:
hloner of that di.trict.A as in n aiin ill and shortly removing his
I yesterday looking aftur some ndso i hi s;
ps matters
I NM. A Bexley of High J. F. l)Upree left yesterdayy for Jack
p was anmug the i.-itors to the solnville, here be goes to purchase
talrday. Hlie reports things a stock of groceries. He aill open a
at the Si1rings. gro(''ri, h6 ast (;;ii ill' v within
tht litext few i ek.t-.
lacy Ford. an attractive young t
I Lynchburg. Va Is among the 8. J. Thomas and family arrived in
I to the city. the gu.-st of hier the city yesterday from their Colorado
oMIa Irene McCrear.). home for the purpose of being preIT-
* Minnie and Edith Shaw%. t o ent at the' funeral services of the
.... 1.n ... .. rj- A,,l ....j forntner's mother. Mrs. 0. II. Thomas.

Yo- 1a ladie o AO Aac ua.
IWOtrsa to the city Sunday. stop-
9S their sister. Mrs. Ira Wolfe.
3L Phifer, wife and children re-
Sto High Springs yesterday. af-
ying the remains of their
@W to Micanopy for inter-

& artlock. formerly of Waldo
emW r kding In Alabama. I on a
Slit to his slate. Mrs. F. M.
He will leave, today fur hI.-

F rak Clark and daughter.
Harriett. returned yesterday '
Washlngton and will spend the
of the winter at their home

Sad Mrs. ltkardnian of Hague
through the city yesterday for
hmN. after having spienit Sun da3
t0e family of A L. Ke.ll.y at
1 llS. A. Wall of Fort White.-
h been tislting relatile.s at
and her d:uughter. Mrs.
lRaIsey. In this city. returned to
I. Mh Morrow re.turnud yet tr-
I1s laU beth. N J.. after a pleas-
1 *t of a couple of e-e'ks to his
la this citl Hi is. (ontnected
a hospital inll that c('ity
L Beach of Floral Cits whoi ha-
i the clt) for th.-e pas tuso da)'
li4 Bhis fauinils retturind ..-terrdi;
0* BltBMe hil dult., being t4lKagei-d
4 ll faal store.n Ihu-itnei.s at that

_ C. Cofil.d wlio ha% s Ie-'ni a),.ntil
Sthe palt ,,.ral a,-ek.- to |oialt-
TOllas. has returned to Ihe Wa St o011v t1lin eliegaged inl the
si-g tbu1it-.i., h, ,. anlli % a ua.t
41Ol farnw.r

Mr. and Mrs. A W. Tedcastle of
lo ston. Mass.. are visiting relatives
in the city. Mrs. Tedcastle formerly
resided here. being a .Mliss leville.
and has a large number of acquaint-
ances who are glad to again meet
Ray Witherspoon, who was so badly
injured in an explosion in the High
Springs shops several weeks since.
.'nq Ftilffir'ntly recovered to be dis-
charged from that place and is now
paying a visit to his mother nu thih
Mrs. S C ICelPass of Memphiis.
fTeni has arriutd ln the. city anld Aill

-i-nd soniml timli here u iitiing her
-on lr. M. Ii lh- ass. She is high)
pliea-*-d with what she has tee-n of
G;ailw.-sillh and may visit here regu-
l;rl. \t'~ e-r fall
P-u,a Thursday's Dai,/ AMum:
W T. liowell of Ilanitd was a visitor
'o (;:ilies' ill W edtn--da" ).
F Ii iam> of Fairlialk 1 1
Si-.:t4or to thi (citl >t, rd>at
1I Spia of \\indkor wua a %ititor
to thie tioultll. ticalital .stlerda).
IL%(' Waldmron oil ;roie Park %a: a
% iiit, r to tle c- iiin!it caplitAl .Monday.
NMr. I. F Story of Wii:dtr wa'-
.;.. :.t0 op e .. l .i r l-illi ug the.' cit
\* it lay. .
W. T. Lynch, a lumLberman of Grove
Park, aas among the luorotlo the
S'itl \ *. -t, da. t
l'cllillri M0l < .I :i rrr -t1 d Sain
4jl oloie.d. li.t. night. t ha g'-dl wilth
twb-iK iirunik andli d-orderly
A 1i C'halihili jiitl e of tl- th fo1r the. Archlier dlitric l wa amoai gii th-
l.itlorr. to tht- (lit) 3.elterd.a\
Sheriff Itanu.i' l\ I t d e .i* rn .t 'li

ICMpm Wil Not he Celae if Cog After Fbrmary6, 19191

Buh & Safford --The Gainesville Sun


1.OT E

Dunnellon, where he goes to carry
some prisoners ito the camips.
Jonhn D. Luther of Old Town. a pro-
gressile man of that section. war
among the vasitors to the city ) eAter
Mrs. K. R. Turner of Rochelle was a
visitor to the city yesterday, having
come on a shopping expeditiou for the
J M. Price of Melrose was a visitor
to Gaidieville Wednesday. He is one
of the leading business men of that
Mrs. J. M. Shelton of Lake City ar-
rived nl the city yesterday as a visit
to her mother. Mrs. A. H. Leonard, and
other relatives.
I. L. SmIt, marshal of Archer.
was l the city yesterday, having mm
for the purpose of bringing p ome
attached stock.
Holly Barnett of Micaaoy was a
visitor to the city Wednesday. He
was en route to Alachua, where he
got.- on business.
Mrs. W. T. Waters left yesterday
for Brunswick. Ga.. having been sum-
moned there by telegram announcing
the serious illness of her slater.
J. M. Rivers. State attorney from
this circuit, has returned from Island
uGrvc, where he went to prosecute
.oue State prisoners before the
ju-tice court
The annual meeting of the corpora-
tio anid coinKtr,.gation of the First
i'rer-sh.l itani chhnrch will be held at
the church this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All iuetwllrba are urged to be present.
('hickering, Knabe, Mathuashek.
Flche.r. Ivers & Pond and other lead-
ing nmakes of pianos sold by me for
c iAl or un linitallient plan See me
tI-fore bu) ing. W. L. 1111il. Opera
Hlou-.s Itlililt giK
Fruit trees, ei-can trees and roses.
Aiimone wanting any of the above ad-
dre-w ne. (Gaitneshille. and I will come
aid n-<* )v i. or when itt Ganinetlell
all t. e- iue,. oppoeitle Univertilty.
F 1' I t iioer'ron.
Attentlloen i diret- Iii lhI adi eril-, ,i*i t oi f C. Ii. (Cole
t& San. IIh- ncw J)e ii> They are-
IIlnliiig up a halilidscui trade he-re
.,i I all plartir Anlte, r,.-t. d inn whatt thl 'y
I .1ie to ha i.thoitld r.-nal lhlir sad
i, % W .it i.I I lligh i S InII."
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cit @.!-t. r ..n
C. W. \W.ll- of Alachun apa- In the
cit '*.t #rdnav
\V T Standly of Ilagi- I- iln the
cit. lie' made Thie Sun all ngree-able
call la-t ,ihl:
M. Venahi..l the- (rat anitl sau inll
main of thel tmown (of Arch, r. m a- m:.iigll
the ul.-itorM to thine cit .*te-trdal
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the ( it *- -to Ii., \ i- 1I- ,mon. ,
tIlie i'r'lr -roi.u- treat k* I. ot thl;,t (e

.1 (. 3 Ilo nellnt .toIIIK n lant of that *f- ifa i. wa-
a oilOlJl tihI Mi -itwr.s to thl- cit .\ *-t :

J. II. I>). the li ture t 1ma1 of eMiu'a
noly. Im-used through th.(- cit% %-t, r
day en route- to NwAlir.) on hiu.i-t

Little Miss Mary r,-Pa`.s is reeme'r

that section. He brought back a Gainleaville and Jonestvlle havl"
'* i t .. :, of bl.,l.so:ns fr,-;i the any for sale will addraew ... d rs.
I. *-nd hi i.unnt-rous friend'- at the ed. giving number he will sell
r% ,* *** r Ir>-ped fior onld. .All lowest caah price per thomaaa. L
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Occurred at HMeo 1of Her Son. Majcr
Thonfas. Sunday Morning.
rI'romti TuI dR.i *- I)ail Sun lti
.%Mr. (1Ol,.'r. I:; T"i'anm: ah ,* I
nad.i'1 \ir howu- In thip dlt' ''r **t
lea-t fitt. % .-ars. dled at the h'i:.n* Iof
he i t~en. Major W. R. Thoma- :i., r
a co:i;it li,i. i lllin s ithe dlr'e t < .i i
'i de thie rriiloIl- of the hoa 1ii-
1,. I, (4 .t- l d sa i orn in Soit' h
('ir.,,in.: 1 ,it piun, .ld )lt 9hi6s clt) w li E Vh
i11 i ml i, .1 ... I ir (i l l l t .. 1
1t I ., I:I ,i t' r ho. it, .. r -
I' 'I .1' 4 1 t # I 1 .f. R o o
;i l; ; ..rt f i tin: to t he i -
I-ulliu' u- li tI'mii .\Miuch of, lr U
ti',,- a t ( d u 1t, tot h'-r lchure h d ,lt I.
h I,'lur out' of tl: fouuidro,. f the In
\l. thoditt church lhe-re- nital faithful
aiiwl tlrcie s work .rin it- 1-**.!, f
Thei dceaici.d vas 74 ..:ar- of age,
at tue time, of her death. She, leaves
I ftvf children who ,urkite her. three
I ing located In this city: Ir. T. F.
,Thomas. W. R Thomas and Mrs. W I
P. Garrett. 8. J. Thomas of Colorado. h
and Mrs. T. F. Mcleath of Mlis i sIPll. i

From This Morning's Daily Bun:
The funeral of the later Mrs. 0. I. .
1Vneni.t i-n hot ld from the Firmt Meth-
odjiet Church ye.te'rdav morning at 10 |t)
,'clock. Rev. F. R. llridgles cduct-
:ng the sanmP. The church was filled
with sorrowing relatives and friends.
.lnd the floral offerings sere the most and
iinierous and bI'au'iful ever wsen at
a fulnral In Gailnevillle. -_
It required fourteen carriages alone
to convey the -latives to the ceme- I
tery. and the procetsion to the ceme- ,
tery extended from Liberty street to
the Seaboard depot, a manifestation of e
the love and esteem for the beloved to
woman who had been called fo her
henainlY' hoemv
No family was ever blessed with a
more devoted and loving parent, sad
she was loved almost as a mother even
by every one of her meces, by whom
she was affectlonately referred to as f
*"Rit Auntie."
rs. Thomas passed from earth to ImsiglMl Phlust
heaven with duty well doe. having
raised a large family to whom so
mother was ever more devoted, sad by
whom mother was never more loved. SlriUt MW M I
She passed away at peace with God 1 | b<11
and the world, and her children iad W ii sa IIJI|ll
other dear onen can rest assured that tlli JhdS 3MIIIm H
their loss is her gain. for she merited 080 kW ir i aBOB48b
the richest of God'sa hlesiags

JeMnt Debate.
There will be a joint debate between
the two schools of Hague and Plae
Cottage at the former place on Friday
night, January 15. when a large at-
tendance is expected, owing to Pe
question having been agitated between
the two schools for some time. The
subject of the meeting will be. "Re-
solved. that George Washington has ply I, 1 o--t g
been the greatest general America i I3 Le rt S
has ever produced." Amrmatlve, !
Hague; negative. Pine Cottage. O U .
ACard of Thanks. PeCIAL PeICaC to N erMP mag
Mrs. Alex Avera desires through eers ecn Nureemias, 1
this method to thank each and every 70R SALi--Good mltsh onw; w- t_
one who ao kindly came to her relief tresh i few dy. A lysr Aiy t g
and comfort during the lles and sad
death of her late husband. The on- WAOONS. b-- g Amer- .--
tlrlnq and faithful help rendered In farm ilhtry at SNA 1 ,uim
those sad and trying hour, by every Florida Prchasta-
one who could be of any assistance
places her under lasting gratitude to FOR fALB-es a1d let -1-r'
"ach of them. and for your help and Mst Mai- and B----,ary aI_-
'ymnpathy she thanks you. Apply at Dally -a o0ea.

Orange Trees in Bleem. WASTI
W. N. WIlIon returned yesterday -
front Bouth Lake Weir. where he has WANTED-To buy Japaneese cm
be n to look over his orange grove In seed. Any person living -w

Our prices are right. We
art ill position to make
prolmipt delivery.
PlIME U. 7





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