Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 15, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01547
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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(IA1NESVILLELJAN TEN CENTS A WEEj


BICO(N A


'Y SIGHTS IN


THE HORROR MINE. E CIMS TT
DOCUMENT


IhCrews to Recumers as They Work to

elvwer tk3 Deal4 Bolies


Can be Had Fromr Crbinet Sec.e(tt
0es.-Roosevelt's Actior ir 'el
Merger Caused W'e;sure.


UP TO PATTERSON


He's Expected to Veto It, But Tennessee Leisla.

tore is "State-Wide."


1'8M WaID W. Va.. Jan. 14.-A ter. J. H. Cobbs, George E,.u ..
of lilY4v. bodies bare been Frank Harston. HItnry Lee. Anthcny
M o M ted mlae at Urk I Johnson. Lemuel lk-an and :' i .1
i g eSl reIee crews of forty kziow. aS *"'*T'*t,.*


O1g, a e 6F State Mine Inspect-
Omdy., mN oteon and Warner.
St work. The men in these
w report the most ghastly sights
the to and fire-swept cor-
sad workiags of the mine.
bedites ar fotmund mangled and
tmaN bsaomIdeteatifcation.
,.'t -ab they declare. to dis-
&th w VeS white and black be-
.A- g t We so0 frightfully burned.
iiboms takes from the mines
oanam u a d asm s of flesh
I sow bteaB belas. From some
egswep gone; from others the
^, a.m OM vm hadless.
ST N Okwtag tok a list of the known

Sw MV=-- I* P"hilUlps, George Pe-
S- A. .IL Miller. Joseph Jones.
,4 S, P David Smratt, Riley
m OWas, James A. Tres.
Wy t ialel Arrntagton, Hen.-
wilmm m tsaJohn Hu n-


4 ns0 M ga0dacU mr J.. M Platt

a* q gin, ts the champion paper
StW a~ta United States. That is
r t Wr, Ihe hs jest been notified that
&w dwe the primb of a pony and cart
At w byr The saturday Evening
~ *n the newsboy who made the
%Wggst l-ages"e foir a certain num-
bear of -tat, considering the field
he bid to work i,. the size of the
tws.I p S In sending his
'saiaers, ete. James had the largest
k tMA" average of "points' of U.)
I It the U united States. I,.I can
takm $1M tn eash instead of the pon>
sad heart. ad this he has decided to
do. In addition to this prtze, he ha-
also won another special cash prize of
SU from The saturday Evening Post
oe another contest This is a fine ree-
ord for a boy down In South Florida
aad is a forecast that some day Jamet.
will be a second Horace Greetly or
William Hearst. He sells s veral
tisadred copies every week

i ms mrticle that is simply "in the
way" at your house might. If adve-r
tiled, be sold to someone who I1 anx
4a4mly looktng for it


Nine unidentified bodies and two
others have been brought out. but
have not yet been placed in the
miorizue'
Exi.mrienced mine men are author-
Ity for the statement that this is I0the
flr.-t ca.-' on r>'cord where two ; !:'.
itons occur d in tho -n: r. :'i ii
such a short space. (f tim n am !( ',
unable to explain its canu.. Sw'ije
of them i olit toi the fact i' tt Tl i
therniomoter fell 1 degr.e.es tithi,
several hours on the morning of ti,
disaster, and hold that such raid
changes In the weather have c 'n- ,dIe'-
able influence on the conditions that
produce mine disasters.

ROANOKE. Va.. Jan. 14.-The Nor-
folk and Western railroad expects to
run a special train to convey dead
bodies from Lick Itranch to Roanoke.
The remain of the mine, vitlnis will
be forwarded from Roanoke to to ir
proper destination.


-PISTOL

TOTING LAW VALID

1ONTGOMERY. Ala.. Jan. 14.-The
Alabama Supreme Court yesterday
beld the pistol law to be valid. The
law provides that no one shall own or
carry a pistol or gun less than twenty-
four Inches In length; 4ao that Ii-
tol supplies for guns of let size can-
not be sold.


AUNT CARRIE WIELDS

HATCHET IN ENGLAND

NEW CASTLE I'ON TYNE. Eng
land. Jan. 14. Carrie Nation. thit-
American anti-s-alooi) crusader, uas
:lrre-t fd here today while etigaged in
t raid on a saloon

For City Marshal.


I respectfully announce Unysolf a
candidate for the office of ('Cii Mar-
,hal. to be (ltd for at thi, eIIction
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message had not been "distinguished
byrivextr-dscoutes." r.Itaco:lWAS HAT PIN USED TO

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~nial of the right of the senate has everSAY RIE RO M
ibl' ade In Pucuh unlimited and emh-
p~hatic language as that now employed R~OANOKE. Va.. .1211I 11.- ittlatlviV4'
bv the !'rq ,-dl!it (of William A. AmIlrtw. thc %' 'tiig
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, JANUARY 15., 19419


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I S N S ELECTED

'f4 S "OIRT OF TOWN ia.
OWN. A. 6. L. nd T.A&J. R'Y.

SfI W~tr Will g* An Item,
Il eft Plase It at M11:0on
sad Haff Gallons.


STe it t for the proposed. paIm r
-i to be rected here by the C W.
Iltereata Laa bee selected. aid
m thii a Is b being done In a rush-
way thy are gradually forlliae
sad mklg all nec*e4ary anr-
gio mao g to Aalily perfect there
aoltol waI lted byt two Iktotu
*I. wh bo have bt,,
IYr bl esstae. and who
~ b al the groid around
SI it aef tiaes locate ion.
i ~lgiM that it will take a
ad a Sat gallons of water
t lo P tI e taiat alone, which
i Sot Ml vey kast four well*.
L w I Ib ogar any que'tlonr
tR I tate y. for the matter ha-
tMiey experimented with untii
'A ba. m ftl demonstrated Ju.st
i t be produced. and the work
Un lae k a even been so con)
t at they are ecablecd to tell
Sbout what every grade of paper
be mm~Atnared will ost from the
Stl i teIe tr o t autll the manu-
-I J wttall of paper ready for
;L -r klal aaUs been Dom
a l rW a, d already several
---ld dtMaI s have been spent In
Le urmmtlng stage. The next
eat aImportaat move is to get the
mad It ib expected that
w l tekla is ally offered out
tMI h* v ll be forthcoming at a

O nOly wilU this factory prove an
earprise for Galnesvilkle.
Si $ w w be a tremendous big thing
Sa* I t. A IArms force of work.
S w be emIsg d he b by tbis en-

fe m rm Lbt that the Chase Inter-
W are b. t-his gigantic manu-
~ihg eurprlee is prod positive
S t we will sao see the factory comi-

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AMUSEMENTS


COMING ATTRACTIONS.

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EVectric Theatre.

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A Dimple Maker SWEARIN(EN SIGNS
F a c w and EASE FOR HIS ROAD
chubby am and legs and yo
And a healthy child. Find one -
with drawn face and poor, thin i WILL n VLLARCEST SAWMiLL
body and you se one IN TMIS SECTION.

Scoffl Emulsion New Rc.d He Wall Bu'Id VW'I Give


Your doctor will tell you so.
Nothing helps these thin, pale
children like Scott's Emulsion.
It contains the very element of
fat they need. It supplies them
with a perfect and quickly
digested nourishment. t brings
dimples and rounded limbs.


"Chartey's Aurt Toneght. i S11 this adve ir"ummt toisther wli same of
Super' in wibkh it apmapa our address and four
In .-I'akll g i '. : '.., '. I .. Cents tocow posta l.andA l we m .ll .dae a
aic" to .r. I! ..- 'CosidteHand, Alas of the Worll." :: ::
aivest K Mr -l.r. H CIc01 T & OWN... 409 MPrl S:et. New TeYk
thit column n l,'arui t7 -,i.,, ... I H,....
facts. "- t m' thir," :;" .-L cU P r
first anrato r I" rt1-r% ci i l tll:
toflrw aitnI r t ISS BESSIE.DUPREE
a( y gi fr tli.It :-GAINED YESTERDAY
French, Lo at that t if. m i! i,,.
site Ill th e old 1 .'. r T l. tit. (; it
Wagiuer. the-u eoninii.niant. e:ea\,' i. RECEIVED 8,440 VOTES IN COUNT
some sahuauaile aid .it.i it ia;k. .i, OF THURSDAY.
feel quite old to li:;. te iei t of hit .. H-'
ters. ia ll i teirt.iad .t 111 tI .< I| re .t,
caste of Charl'ey- Aunt i' l1. I; Miss Florrie Strickland No-w Sixth an
!Lin hittlar l'',t 'tar 'lt ai i, i t(.,l I
RA I 1 ulds'.r 0( K t V li s h l w 1 w l i. >. I 1 t l I' t. --
workerr. for th., t :-s.'. l i,.t ,,* ceives Very Good Vote.
all subit"iluent iprsldue Vli(n. v., g \, --
up to IiaL reujoital frlli. t!.. i.-It- ii. ,-
T he c -ta.t .auA I .oit 1. I .. : .i .i 3 .I lle lI '. a. I .
in the hand.- of tie foll. ii I. I ,
,Emma Finley. Nlzs Wilt .Wisa( iienough to iput her it, I ..lc N1]
Emml aila i t-. .Ii1 N:n.ir 1\..sli iFlorrie Stri. klanil ;. I It., .
M ;- lo .la (Cat r. \ .M- r %li. ii E .i."t hi .st inutil r t t:. -- ;.i, ,:.
MAr Jot.. Waucl. Mr .W .1 I M.tcC ormik Wa. N r,.W. t at,
and myself. From that tintl uill tIo r. .i ( ,;i t, I .
the present there hal e tI. x n ibut l Ii terh t .till act,. i.. I ,
years in l h t h I h liat t ... A,,,.,i I ,k i (v;a:,nl -t-. i. i.i .
on the local stage in son ;ii L i;i ( ta1' itnuii r of! ; h I ,. ,-
play. W while on the road dluriti it. e tli r in rl,. c. 4 a'. ;,,1 .'1.,i i
regular ea-on. I mu:de 4 < anIitli(i \i 1 I t 1n;k. i t il, r i,..- I r
mny home every vacation. Tho.e,. w r<
-, r. al- A ca th and .tilidil'iti.- 'aIll I'
bu sy sum mhers. for t" alw ay. ga a., o u f. ,. ,t -t
fr,-m three to four jl)erfornin rces I,* o T .. q.I
fore my return to New York for i.' t r.t.f t.to
bearsals. To enumerate the different ii ling i tof
plays and the names of all who took ine ail it
.sart In them would re.quir.. Ine, Ia." M Caihirine i .a tle. cit D. .
than this column could contain. But iis.i Imra pr Elli., cit.. .. IL.'. I,22
see It to ay that some of our most iMs M.D Iran Ellis,. city. ... .. I*, .
prlmlnent cities have aided us Miss ann. l)Daughtrey. city.. .1..
more than once. In one production N lNannirr ki Strickland .. .:.'.1
alone, 'Ours,' a military play, given iss Alma Fenunel. city ...... .0.:,:.
for the Gainesville Guards in l,.5. al- is. l Fth E.ai..-. city...... ..;.
peered the names of Col. Cater. Mr. Mis ..uli, (ar er. c-it" .... -
and Mrs. James Hell. T. J. Tworneiv Mis Mary Mr.Cornuik. itv :

"Our dramatic club. like our Ila.e Mi-.i A Strickland. ;Wahl I I.'
ball club. was known all over th Mi-. E. Stringfaow. hla.w il"i.ri 1 .; 2'
State. and we were constantly rcei\ V .:1 .- E.>tl l i> a.il cit% 11 -"
inlg min tatioun to ibit other (lit..' 1 r i- I e\\ itih Sprini- ;
We traveled quite' a bit atild m l t i, tih l .. N:il,. 'I, ., .' \
-tuecet( s and kind treitnll nite I l-hal ta -:IIi. I I i. '
ulwal .., remember Ocala as telling noli Mi i, .i l .11.w' : : TI'
of our bt'et toiiisi t aliayi, a big liot 'l 1i.- MA i.- ; I i!'' "
and the heartih-it wIlconi %Ii.,, K ir't n:i t ini l
"To come t' the present: I alia tai.u ~ .% l- N o '11 'a. tat <( a ;.-t
with C'lirie.v's Aunt.' given toa hiu t .11!.t- I.o.z;. Shti i .1. I II
for a clause ever.yotie should I iinter 1i.ts Aill i lin:' :'
e'ted in I Lave uti of tul.' lf. .- t Ii.. (;a.l I .' lI. < '' '
ca.te I ha\e a .e r worked! with :ii(l Mi- l 11 .1. i1 %' ll' .'.:, a 1 '"
all we' iieed if- ialn audie-iic (of ia ir Mr. A \\ Sirv At 1 -'-
a i r (.latii- fri.tdt. to ni iak Ctli-t M1.is I uht y i AlA right .. l ',
hl." nt Aunit' lie best coni-dy I hia\a .M11.s. I. Si:ntid, r-. i 'ai thorii '
yet lput on ItoIn It .i. atl hi lio ii thIl Miss N F'I ia.l1ill, z. city. !
Irilce' isl iiall <1hti (;a iS 'e wt hli ii:.'l i.- Ela nI;i Staf. \\.tlEl' .1 "
our little hand o arnt:l I|.l.t .r- -111 I
<11) nil in thtir pioim.r ito l.la-a. aoii PEARCE-BOA ERS.
Pronminnt Vnunn Gaineasvlle PeoniL


Electric Theatre.
Plealling. entertaining. lu.-tri tia
and amusitig ar ti' li. m aiig pictti
ihown t i this. w .,k iiat tlh' :El it'It
The-atre Hlair-rais-ing Wild \.' st.z
drauiam e iul-it 'e t ra i. l :il 'i. in
the' Al-,. St i.-rs \illlag.i e iur V'!. lian
canaiil ith old Enh llkh hi.i, ha|l,
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Gainesville, Flortida.


A Big 3-Days' Sie
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Jan. 14 att The SW
) a l 'r. r .. r\. .i--. r, l -rfIAM -

iit, c.. i.- .I a '. I : i e
a .l ii V .l e I t .I' -
- THE MAGNET CASH STOE-






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and rif. :Ii. ; I a- 0 '


106 East Liberty Strt
GAIIESVILLE. 1


O l.ast. l- He t

ALL KINDS Of SUPPLIES

Machines for Rent


R. C. DAVIS & Co.
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Sgg COMMENCED WITH-


g w3 To cprarily Repaired
hSl h da^to Public Untel
etfl the New One.


at smaritn away of the' corerr
,M boardad deliot on \\WeI
htW tbe cltlens f (;f Gain-
S the travelinK pullicr ill
a I n ew modern waiting st.&-
S I Its stead.
p* work of clearing u'p the.
S been fairly stirt *I Ag nt
wa In rei'celpt of tlhe a;!t.\
which aill ilpa- ii,
nuniber that tra\.',l ,\'.r
i speciflc time' has l"'cn se't
rk to commence on tho- pro-
w I building the agent said
k would start within the
weeks, and the' i.w h,'iil
l ae a bloi'-ngi to I!. t r:\. I
as It would lw' (o),i.'l'-(.

rly fr I ', '" '
the'y i..tii !, it 1:;i- ':,l
t In tin t to *'- i !*' .:
out of the ()t"c ..:.11 *
iurrd
Swer not due' to Ia-' th.i
I :30 p ni.. but h *1 I t .i t
and es(alld by only a f. w
being on the out.-ide' ilatfirni
*e car truck the' Iuildiig.
George was in (charK of
that did the do rilie:i-hiig
ial It was a cotniplht ji't> '
bI east end of the' I)II|iing
ed. lie- hatI a train loaded cars anl wa,
them in on the siding )to
*a Dayvill' for a l,t 'i plieri-h-l
blees azid it a'u m*.. a t thi.-
h thrWe e' !,'i :- I i '.i : .1.0
destroyi:t. w tht' l:tr. I I k
had I .:; : er. ( i to lti' i
bef.)re t' V r t ..

W demolihed .- th.. i i-
OWg away th .a.- Ilai
went through I !i:t. a'
the fflteI a:i li .tti... : .
U.p .it ,a ; "
lilard's lr- ini i
the pttit:'. '. "!o, : .
Md all to the' f ir' h 'iti r.
ft iitm .l. Lvi ii t..


a wn (finay chick,- i in it s
Hal t.. .. .
when the office n er'- ull
all would hav." et.ien> kill-
ly injured.
upo:i which thi, (ar ,.n-
DOt lbex'n ute'd tor theI ;i a:t
or more. anid it ia ia no :
bow it uas switelih.d on. a1-
F r wa (oi til illlr 1'.--I .I1
wNU on the' north sleiatra:ck
of the x'ciari> in.' atid wmi
lIp at a rapid rat.. ait th,.
gim ln e car \V0 *ii i'l't thln-
dt id th dt.inias,
t reiair, ar.. i n'm h,Oi:e
lI the building. htich mi ll I.-.
UI the ieu% stUl (ain ;ii


Tbs Sleeping Sickress.
7 'hIa Is eLc1l'el Itenflli
SWhit' b ..114lAZ 1 ;LaietI -A-14'L.l
Onad4 by thle' tse'tse fly,.
day flyingfug il.ect I)nI lt, i
r In the' de'n sk'est f iorc'~t


I5s on elt iliteel ct 14'the'an
OR silently 4er with Ii a -v'h
ISk Ukes MtrA.1.ilt (ael' the'v Ps
m 96iol :1!Aeaci %i',.% II, ts tI''-
1w CuUZ'e" Iof Owds '.is
bowS to egtWejl" At the'
he sm. e ." L'bi. fev.e'ri
at IS51Uaa.slt -rre.-j-a-'




141.





CURED~ IN 6 TO I; DAYS
"if ENTI g~itrl.o ta -I
Fi r, 0r ,!!it 'r !i I


S t Alt ? r t \., o \ lti'


BAIRD
HlARWARE CO.


~~AVA~dI ~ r,)th.I,, ci~ea,.tit' tcounill.

P LASTER IIII IIA.Oi-c'iv i-dwlo
4 -" I 1 i t 1-4 i t il e.Ido to IUlill
D %K". RS rifr auvale'j1:f. ire, j'ra-
i oI i hill ~.. oef i:ier.'a- ijog our
SASH i aa ll
BL N S r It 1,IJ% iiin&,-t a.In.ikb.irieI ef tt
BLINDS ,1let, -1:1.4 114,h l~ :~'aee

SHINcGLEL4S;Ii s ixi\itoh fir.,minf ail.
e~-)f 1:f '-t N Ti:. trt*.t wttli a'' ia
BUILD URI-eS' jJ-?1io~tthe.- rfactory. a dlstant a' of

HA RD A RE .\lra'3tzeto gi~o, thutnilfire poeto
li a-.-heir bulainitiag catch firo, that
1111#-% %%' P aflmv flit-e'city t.) eotilit'c'
a Oic i r tn iiin tol t he Ice at' f3( iFY jinll.t
O ur prices are right. We a iziO that when there ocetirs a fire- it
are in p~ sit 14)1 to imake I!'- city he n ill shut down his plant
prompt (it-livery.ririlyat1~d give' a bolutt-ly fr,-*'
~lI)IijJL a~l~L3. leiv air ttlrr#';aIimniagi, If)the city (Itr-
PHSUE NO. 7 igthe, coiitlimtance of the' fire'. All
t.1ha' a:-k- i- that the- citv turilb'
_____________________________________________ til. tve-cssart I *' e I alik c e- 1'. and
A Vledi'ang Oaccration. 1111ke. ftll- ('tint-l'4t ion tf)tthe- upoi~
thietliurie' .t %.1.- .:.i 1; Ir a juLke I I lia,- l ei~'a 'ir'fif :,) a
oAr w'.; l o l:A a\ !iI eZ~ .lt.1 tst i iS nauttte'. 'ii i SIt*l~'!'e! toelt it,*
Cit ~ ~ ., lout .&- i it I ni1. t tef that f e'lt rol),i4)It ia '11 lot- c( e' attf
-r. v, i., I :1 rI al lta r (,! ,:14r:inatleil. I %vill
.. ;r~* w, o ~.11 1`01 l SOOI haIt.loaM1( p'I'1 ttv of
tr,,:.i il tti.'..I INA. : a e~ii f a ~i au ~'' i'
1,'4 1. -e'4 v,. 1'' :,ii Fl'54.'i rediI .nj leat ea dl4l'
4a c t. I .'ar--~. n!.41 I r 21 ':.. f:'e~li this 1i~iiit be' dt,-
A 1- 1!- A' .a:A .. ~ h in tat. AI'eiit I:.a i ga l".1' I r i, )II Ilit
I'i i' r.,.ihe r-oi t -e :,rii. akrl t t :' vr:i'isal )rL2 t.' ~

r !14 !1 1 Ita ( Itiq iY t I[a
ita 4 n Iixi'i a r'*Ve~1: tl'it !i..'2le,.%% rdi p- 1v ti nilajite %!.ca inimmcatt
e., examid n ', It1. 2.. t:' 4c v"'- &!(j.a o-o i)our iI~ :ilaIb. e~lo-p m atg~ fior
lu,-t 1 -i ;-,I i i.~a d''r Iteagot ~it ill-. U oil leit I ra14tically double' oour
I.. tiv 1.'r I .!i it I'. I ar. :wnet upitlycl on sitch w'cca ons
"TIl~a t is a1 1.I lZie y pretty 144551' 'T I *I.. ...,.. I :-( -k
iu've Lapet t oil r'.-' I,,- said. %Vho. ge'ter.ll'.% .arv a-eluaina eel %% Ith Ithe,
11h3 V I wtk.k 41. .1?d4ldi~tio of the' %%att-r Iitini:Aedi by' the-
ta P.~i: 'I knowi' to." bo &1!1. 1 lianflld IIcl re'Coes. it lovinlg la1lipeil
''T&~al'tI ra un'rii ii fir~ i 4'utheir d~ el.and b.ling about
wo,'fhe' saul.' kiii-d of V iate'r as thait loumip
The tio ld 9:,'nt:V'zIIt1satit down beav- *-,I front the- city's deep we'll. water
y. frajii 'ich we'll ha' lug tbe'n anelyzt'd
*'~ ~~h ;.dd **Wh e' 'il 1e1 1tat MIAi.t jad found to he' aure'and w holo-some'.
ever torlde'r~ifil *i e- i z.SCFItsrlM'd 4IU a Ili addvilion to i) Alet- jj4 1114 K* *al
lu'-:1itbXr ies'eaTlrad vfl i-ti n~,the.city wotud de -
uttid rest y a the'u. pase'ng osmariled. rive'. flItregular fire' tax for all that
1114 tail;1red f te'll. itot-Ingain~ariy .'nturt lwre..: u ~hlch % te: Id be'brought
,Cd anesl i'jIAia.t .lit.- New Yeork Tiwies. tP'i the' flio linil -. and u which at
present bears no such tax.
Simple Remedy for La Grippe. To make this 'xten--lon and conhllec-
flackinlg a grippe' coughs that may tonlle' cost ...about ~
iatitl a o TI?) Iueft41nioiia o\ve'r night it F MILLER.1 ~
are quickly curede by Folt'y*- hloney$i;''laeIeatt
andi T'ar. Tilt- sore' and I l ~ n:g


ar h-alhtd axid streniigthein-ld, ail a
daige'rou' 'olnditlon is quickly a ,ert-
ed. Take' oly Foluhy's Honey and Tar
io the yellow package. J. W. McCul-
lum & Co.


r.5&&ppc~rmg lzI'i' Lafc.


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CAPUDINEfor"-THAT HEADACHE."



Ir) i At t* a

If -t.~arth I: re' U.) bomeoiule elne

a I- ilat r %&iI' I t i

A~~~ id, Q ~-'~


Are (loftG
1") J iL i'' C e l .
t ,,,the'. L A v,


ALCOHOL IS A PRESERVATIVE.':
Alohl iOlI ero-c(Agl.izCed the' ut orltd ci%,r
a.% t he jo*I'(ic *r. 1'lo-.t t'f'flie'lt awla'
V. hale'-e.afIe'ler'v ofer01nit-4ickieIl
c('tailr'ltmi~l(. anad hile' i.(ltl*'jounirl-b
i-t tr to I vtala rmo th.ie worldd Ill%.the' ('ry
I(l'h, l I t1;llau 11, L r. t h ii K t w t(ic
.t ato. t liat jal :rla t a i 1%CC edie' i 1.-:4 a re
t.ikaal i l' ea, '' ill'C A li lt t..ea4 i4Tll til
L 1t111a -1' a filI. V. till'' tae'er in a l,'a
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CA ii,! a 2')i:'rv real 4' tate'-
0.t!.. i r Ie4all w r('()it!
it, f. n !Ae t 0" t..rt 11.". t ()
u-:*-tlhat I 1,r iAe rs arid


I fII CF '


(r nynhing?
II r!.l caiinn t


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


operating In variov aetieel Of thf
country, are uniform In their equip
month and in their methods of epS.
sting.
Only by reaoeo of this *soe trsMe
arrangement between the oell Tele.
phone cempanes tis It pesale to go p "
a Bell Tolephes ialmt amywhoi
ask for "Long Distanee" and b e put
communication with alneOt amy pelft
in the country.
This vast network of wire, redl
ing throughout the mntisn, Is us
daily in commerOe andW r iolal pop-
poses by the banker, the farmer a
citiones in all walks of Ilfe ad our
plant here is an mprant lik I this
great chain.


Southern Bel Telephon


and Telegraph Compay
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HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

It pays the farmer to plant only the besi. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
,r Seeoas Nm IHa te hatid h mi a hin ad IEA.
s arn* now looking orlers for Pes ald other oomimablsedL. We
.--- v il .a,1 to .-ead jou pri ona rleqlt.

W. NH MIXSON SEED COMPACT tlm .TL



JACKSONYVILLE OItREAG!_(ONPAIT
(I.JCOIRPOUTED)-1

STOCKS, BONDS, RAIN, ETC.


Rooms 11-15 Baldwil Buildig, Jackb villeC Fl.


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

ESTHER 8. JORDAN, W. W. BAMPTli


JORDAN & COMPANY


PORTER BI OCK


GAIESYVIII S- PFLOW"


Fire, Life and Accident *.,"
U U


slhoiuld Ix consistent
i id be prudent in ev-
--.- erytllilig. Your pru-
S.lit('e shloulln't consist
iI trying to keep the
Sho 'ri" from getting on
ftire-, 1u1t by having it
i | i- < in time so that
,'I if it ,de,.- take fire you
.i ,'l laim inl,.lemity for
SJ ip r l14-O froil a good,


r l''! '. \\ it t ,h-hlaft y .


A. ii. CUSHMAN, Agent, Gainesville, FInida



TilH'' I'\ WANT" \'. I NG l Kl' ULTS


I


IN CASE or FIRE.

Diamond Ice Factory Offers to Furnash
the Water in Exchange for Ex-
tension of Water Main.


BRICK

LIME


(TMFNIT


GOOD PROPOSITION

FOR GANESVE TE LEPH

AFFORDING SUPPLY OF WATER g|


The Long Distance System


I


INSURANCE


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f ... DAILY SUN: I AF ILLP, FLORIDA, JANUARY- 15. 1909


W~ML


-mmay
-Com


boauet at


f V" --, C emalmly of St.
i t eir first earload
em Ibo r tho opet
It CmOlsted et 3.0O pounds
was agagnOed to various points

1 1O4 emElt meet ln of the
- ofr the Florida Lfe In-
ompaay was held In Jack-
Tuesay. The meeting was




guguml aem in that elty, at
m. mema vr g wil be made to
SWiam JenIa s Bryan a
of t e a seesm. i





was bumlt of tone



t a wseer of fme timber
.. n by D. L.
41 .. Mar Boy-
6 n tM and there Mr.

MSL ae wIN speed
She nat a few m aths
s am" hate shape for
nA@ am"e oerattoa.

C Mg.rMn r k a rin T o .

S m l d qahe, and

a 1Mat -t teu"lt le po
i dL Wf hk iva and dus14
S a hm abes os miserable

S pmia W of e attn Into







.i Aggags tek plae h Jun ,,
SyTr stat It waa elled "Tbe
i OArer1 i Tt proceed of
.f A- 9vb ftb *p i wnt Jun'

Sa@ a d whbo had beed f
In Ja- ary. 119t a roh b
Ob-- yb was opened, and
P had to pay a abiliUng a
Sr admisem Tb. payments
so &a kNd, wheat, owr or
^ia- the place of the usnal cur
-Lo~sa Steandard.



Slda t I you ld moe fae too
whtm o avee evroal a, don't
LBV te o --yo m may heed
i Wat t oi f the newalgia by
lahrd's a aow Liniment.
i dd a to h world for rbeu-
saralg burns, cuts, scalds
bmak a all pals. Sold by W.

b- te tat aat

^f^ aa elauede ad. i





atef Cestrl C Mareur Shop)
parchased this shop. I deslre,
the public of the best and
u~Arteous treatment, and work-
secoad to ne. Only first-
tu me deployed.


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SCIGMIIIVLL FLA.


Cakes and


~Pies-

Navtia p arimree a l oiM ie t ..t.* i t
Dah- u ar ,~ f Mwo "" It1airt 41 tea Ip~v
yo aswic~~lleittt a-r% i st% IIa% c i irAsa.
a t.at your eieoif e 'e n *naoir ial

ETITE BAKRY
5-T. hS 'ialer.r, l'r'.4 I -.


IUI IM I IMl
FITiEUITUEI
UM A. 0 TuGes, @o UTWm% COL,
writes: I picked up from my door-
step oe day a little book i which I
seo became very much Iteorested.
My Ittle girf of v years of ft had
been trebled hl r a Doug time with
oees f appetite. extreme nerefisaea
and ude hftiue. She was all run-
dews and i a very delleate condition.
"Th liUttl book was very eornpre-
bhmelvely written. and told of the new
method of extracting the medicinal ele-
mets of the cod a liver from the oil,
eMalaatiag the obnoxious oil which Is
so hard for children to take.
"'Just the thing.' maid I. or my little
daughter,' and I Immediately went ior
a bottle of Vinol. It helped her won-
derfully. Sbe has gained rapidly In
lash and strenr.h, acd she does not
take cold half so easily.
"I am extremely grateful for the
food It has done her, and I hope other
mothers wh. have weak. delicate or
ailing eildren will be benefited by my
mperlence and Just give Vinol a trial."
VINOL I *Iold In Gainesevlle by W.
M. Jehmes, Druggist.
-~ ~ --- ft

Death and Snuff.
A eertali Maragtet Wilson of West-*
minster, who was ant Invet rite snuff
taker, enjoined that a quantity of
Scotchb nuffT biuld be plAced in her
coon. She also ordered that the ar-
rangements concemted with her funer
al should be as follows: "8s1 men to
be my bearers who are known to be
the greatest snuff takers In the parish
ot M. James. Westmlnter. Instead of
mi alng. each to wear a snuff colored
beaver bat. which I desire may be
bought for the purpose and given to
them. ax maidens of my old ac-
quatntance to bear my palln. each to
earry a box flled with the beet Scotch
amu, to take for their refreshment
u they go alone Anuff was also to
be thrown ae the threshold of de-
eaased's dwelling before the cortege
passed out, snuff was to be strewn on
the ground at every twenty yards In
advance of the codn, and the ofctat-
Ing elergyman's fee was to be propor-
tonate to the quantity of snuff be
couomed during the ceremony.-Lon-
doa Globe.

What the Persvione sefeved*
A unique idea of the future state
was that of the ancient Peruvians.
As the 'lsembodled asoul winged Its
way to eternity it encountered two
eeks, upon one of which it must
aeda rest The choice was deter-
mined by the morality of the life In
the lseh. If It rested upon the left
hand rock It was Instantly translated
to "Po." or oblivion, a state analogous
to the Nirvana of the orient. It
through early mlodeeds, however, the
happy spirit was guided to the right
hanid rock It entered IMto a purga-
torial hell where Sends grated away
the leeb from all the bones In suc-
cemlon, after whihb the skeleton was
rclothed and seat back to earth for
another try. There was no baste
about this grating process. It took
something over 10.000 years

Many little lives have been saved
by Foley'a Honey and Tar, for coughs.
oolds. croup and whooping cough. It
Is the only safe remedy for Infants
and ehidren a It contains no opla,'F
or other narcotic drugs, and children
like Foley'a Honey and Tar. Careful
mothers keep a bottle In the house.
Refuse aubstltutes. J. W. McCollum
&Co.

.e Ritht at It.
"Of cour, i lan .1"kn th;'t -rr--
commuuln.ate li.kne n?."
"TYes." ansiwer(l ti. 1 n' v. 'Io 'o *ip
lIrehensive about lili health. "*an:d th
wo"st of it Il that they gret rhiit 4ow I,
to business In their co.ni'rtuiil ::tl ns
InIsted of er:uilo ein the i i, lhtitl(1 drl
cuhialwutln of the Iieiti'al |rtf s
shon."- Ez.hange..


Every Mother
Is Lr should be worried when the
little onis have a cough or cold. It
may lead to Iroup or pl0.urlsy or peiti-
nioula then to something mort be'rl
oui. Itallard' aliort hound Syrup % ill
cuire the t roble at once and Ire'venit
any counipllt action Sold by \V. .N
Jonon. ____

Didn't Agree With Him.
"Y'uU 0h1 ulit le~ vir tafk. .... t.1::
that d t r ,*r' ulih y u tht- h .
*itIlan it 1 I1, .:i
If Il I .. t o tf d thliat ru.
M arta." h., r.. rl.< 1 l!t Itf;..
"'w!e.ro u .. ) 'i l ."" I.,wton I F .
( I'i *sn

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1-' 't th, re .. 1 M
I Ad ,i 41 d(I f) r fo 1 l.A


--


Wolfsktn makes the
parhment.


THEY NEVER

That Is What They Say


beet banjo



FAIL

About Them


in Gainesville, and It Is There.
fore Reliable.

Another proof. imor, alonee. % llle teat.tinleiiy to s , lohg list of lota'l potpil tI h o vitdors
the old Quaker rineld.. IPai Kid
ney Pills Read this comnt inlig eu-
dor-i.ne nt of that r.inarkable iirepa-
rathtii
Mrs. N E. Carter. ItinHg at los W
.McCornmick tree-t.F <;;ann. ill. Fla
says: "Mly son had bt i n compainlliing
S of it -" .k t,t k aidl I.aii.- ,., r-?., hi-
kidnei,'W.' reglio fur ,mite time. I!eH
A ailil a ,i I i l olc at I.1 1tr .ill i tli' i
oUt ;adlil lt h rld l. 0 l, I, 1 i ', lii 1:
It l ,1 'l tl 1 i l foi Il .i to tll .-
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YOU"llNEa~A
*Ilawe tisic 6he a. b ed .aeast1*2 m


nIS AUrL.

ht Cleared the Aesesi hue urnshead

A highly respectable gentleman ar-
rived at York one evening with lug.
gage and dined well, went to lted
early, rose In good time and h. l a
sealtantlal breakfast After tbl: a ert
he casually asked the Intdlrd l" t: '*re
wan nnythlik of alpe, l.al it: I n
York "The asalses nre on., I I 1'-
not kt.ow If there In nlytl:Ln': i .r:. u
larly Interertlin in thi, II response.
"Tli.inks," drawhld the stranlnger
"I'll Ie k In If I happen to Ia m tsihe
court n nd ee."
lIe did lI,,k In and heard a f. I 1. 'r
of IlIk Turpin In the do':;. a: *r d
with lilrhwny raelbtdery. I .endl : hl,
In.,o-ent' v'himently tI' a stolid Jud.,'r
asid Jury. whet. %ith trr:'. f twe'a. !!l
nft Ie,-k ne If they ip;sTIl .iu' ei re
lent-e Iii the i.rinl ne'r'.- lproft'es.i, ii f
Intiqnocwtnee. Sueltncily bthe Irlq,,o r
caught night f the strannger., ho h.ad
str, Ihdl In fretim the hotl tout tf ncurl-
osialty.
"Here. thank (od, is Isome oue wh *
can irovre my Innocence!'" cried the
prisoner. iolnting to the stranger, wh.,
was aghast at becoming the center of
Interest so unexpectedly.
IIe seemed astonished and htaook hi'.
bead.
"Oh,. yes." cried the accused; "Just
think! You were at IDover-a long
way from here. You came out of three
Ship hotel, and' I took your luggage
In a wheelbarrow to the Calals packet
at the pier. That was the day I am
supposed to have committed the crime
up here."
The stranger seemed bewildered
The judge. struck with the tragic car.
neatness of the prisoner. questioned
the stranger. but the latter could not
asalst him much.
"Have you any notebooks," asked
the udge--"any memorandum of your
movements on that day?"
"I am a merchant." replied the stran-
ger, "connected with an old establisaLed
firm of bankers In London. I travel a
lot and of course enter everything ID
my books. Here are my keys If the
court cares to send to my hoitl anad
bring here the books out vf my cas,..
I cau easily settle the loint."
The books were fetched. The g~eunt l,
man had been In IDover that day and
bad left by the Calais I('kct. This.
was sufflrlent for the judge andl jury
The prisoner was a cjuitted.
Couple ascuel: 1 ;oth the *'-i uk r fro-n
London" an-d the highwaynan- were
placed in the same dc-k shortly after-
ward chare'dl wih didrlting lurgl.arles
In the neihtwrhl,,d.- Ilnrry Furulsa
In London Standard.

You would not delay taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder trouble It you rea-
lIseti that neglect might result In
Brifht's disease or diabetes. Foley't
Kidney Remedy corrects irregularli
ties and care. all kidney and bladder
disorders. J. W. McCollumr & Co.

Public Cpinieci.
T he hil .."- .. ...... .' a c s. .
It? Put a vh:i; <*
who does not care for tiht'? Private,
opinion is weak. but public opinion 1
almost onas!tpate'*t.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

State Ofeerts:
Governor- A. W. Ollchrilt.
haHese.
Secretary of State-II. Clay
ford. Tallahaseo.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
hasme,.


Treat;urr-W. V Kno:t. Tallaha4-

Attorny-Geinrail-Park Al. Tra:in
nill. Tallahn-.,we*
'oiiinil--.ionrr if A.gricutltire- It F:
M1l.Ini. Tallaha s,-.
S'pt ,f lPutllc in..triutin-WnI M

1're. sidint of the' Se 'nat.e-Hunit 1'..
larris. Key W. 't.

County Officers:
Clhrk and Auditor S. IH. Wi.ng-.s.
<;alin,.\ til'.
S iip. i'ublic In tru tion Dr .1. I.
Kelh.-y. GainIt-\ il'r
Sheriff P. (;. R -ini y. Gainei-ville.
County J.idl .-ll (; M: ?ion. ;.ali>i-
I\ 111..
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson. Gaines-
Jlhie.
Tax Collector-\V. D. Dickinson,
Gaii.esvile.1
Treasurer-J. D Matheson. Gaines-
ville.
Supervisor Regi-tration-J. C. Mc-
Grew. (;anesville.
County C'oimmis:-ioni rs John G
I)nmpl-r. Chairman. Hlague'- J. F.
Townsend. Camniovill-; J. W. May.
Archr: Chas. W Suammerse. Trenton:
0. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Hoard- R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; G. W. Miller.
Tre.nton.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.A
Gainesville.
Members llous,'-Syd L. Carter.
Galnesviill, : T A. Poke. Santa F.-

City Officers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marmhal-H. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-H. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. II. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Tr,'aniur-r .I. Maxny Dell
('ity Attori'.-v WV. S. lIrt i;ne.
lcarl of AleI.rrna'i-T. \W Sh;and!.
Pr. :i lw; (;,). K Ilr:Miat S. J. I'ur-
intt, ( f Cnnon. H S. Cra *.-. S.
M. 1i\st.n. A. I.. Vidal.
hoard of Public Works-lI. E. Tav-
lor. Chairman; W. \W. Hiamni'ton. -ecre-
tary; hi. F. Dutton. E. .1. Iaird. .1 H
Vidil.

Scientific Spanking
Consists in punishment only when
a child Is actually bad. Some moth-
ers think that all crying is badness-
It's not. When your baby cries, look
for pins or some external cause; If
you can't find them give the baby
White's Cream Vermifuge. as the
chances are it is suffering from worms
which keep It hungry and cro,.s all
the time. Plear.ant to take--ure in
ItH action. Price 2.5 cents. Sold by
W. M. John-on.

The Usher Woke Up.
At a ct;.ai.i <.lu.*, court the Judge
is Lu his I'rivate c(apia, Ity a kind beart-
ed man l' The usher of the t.,urt is
uged-vtry a;ed- bIut us be ihad been
a faithful n-eraamt for many years be
was retailed lu that capacity. One
uoeLning h1.' fell a.-hlep iu < court aud
begau to mi:ore. The noise he made
naturally diSturteld ,curt iproceedtIngD.
but the Judn,. di'hplaye'd great tac(t In
, .alilg V. i:'. '!:e .... '
"'I hber J,,ies." h,< tailed out loudly.
"'f,..,' o1l iv .s orllr lg "
fh,' uhler woke up. lie Jum4ped to
bis feet and glared fetrx.iously r,,und
"'.i'ene ("' he' roared. "'T'i -rt hit nt
be no sniorling in court -Enht ait. |


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Phone Zoo0.

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W', E. BAKER,

ATTOi0 EY-AT.LAW,
.. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.,

GAINKSVILLU. Alaehub Os., FL
OMe* in Haymame Bloek.

PFRDINAND BAYER,
,ATTORNEY AT LAW,


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Can sell outr sity property, (I-
proved and unimproved), 4ph
arueklng and farming lands. ea i
list of what you cfer for sale. l

J ARLIiLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And olieitor an Equity

Rea Estate, Covryeaneing aadeOs.
oral Practice. Ail bsinepa promn e
attended to. Offce i.ext doorsto s
3lee. (iAI" kor,T ia. ItlOa-wAo


MrANK CLARK.


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NEW OOODS....


At.,LNTS FOR
EONU lMENTM. TOMBSTO5E'
a"d IRON FEN'IS.
I WSe our ea plies.

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promPrt. attend4e* to

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CAIT YCUARKNfTCOMMCt4T.
4,1 The' Alflif t iio -i % r A~ b. r !i- %ris
plan it06" t Gls"Vllei1 he' IA'giecvlature .I]l lit IgAl-oeel.1
,&aP mil materBU'IN F"'a. erittilous'ry ediiii-a'i''rt i;wat the, la-,t
*sII atte?-e'.iorti. blit it c''ii l t it %#- r -i-roewit *l
T FAIltW adS1ibl'jrllber ourase. fn the' I "-kiruc iuciltt The.
lii riak.'ra 'a e. .rael (o fthe' il (iaiott
tiupt cc *rifsmr~t Roon sohe' 1111k. farminin the.'11ilk,4 h1,(, otallld
lhent ti, e'le ake' hi. children i ioviii
fomx 0 w 1 v ''e.4XICr.ipin -c hostel to %.(irk hi i-tproe;"%Ith.
sptS.TaLUPTIA 2V501..% n-lect A11rk ,lig It Is -a;-, *11
'lift ~ ejfrl! I'-- ll t ~h l
mp.publishe~d ev" y morn in gor. !"
9OUVred byt~reartinr the city. or :.soti I i"** uche 4),dit, tian th@it#,ll\,
,lrl fthep t'n"ted Pltates. poartage for itI th.. I A'a0-i' 1rt.
$tlst. js.ioilli months: !t three 1l h A jUt h. ii -t
am Sfr 1%*Weeh *.-4ttly to rii $e I isimiF- i ro-ro. th. eit i IttPod- hIt,
:,ax. irdwol hi',t;riaii at a lat
gilliels I in oal cqIia"ninttctnt. a lone !z!, Pinch, -n int \--v Yi'ik Ir.
.k anid of e'aut f or eacb 1'it %,na'. 4 c(111AI !. 1 1eije~~t .' g l j:i
gdpb dvertisin i~ig de k nnv% non litr'iji-inl I Iitt i4 II-iW itite at:! it
______.\_Ili* rite ie f4r I,-- r- a~f r ~a. Itsohe

OW Opobiiahed every 3londay and '\. 1, .Ai. i tka i ,l.ii. IEt\ 4-1-
mo iio taillisall the na w2 of the' Ir,: i j.'I 11 ..'. i'.:' elr,1n,
@We n', d reueral. and will be '11ii;' I -feitl I \e r, nr it. hor-ii
CO&I.for 15:co a year-in ?Iiivanc'C. tit1.t? l.4i- r I) Isi- 411 (.4el1,11et a3c'tioti
bills become dise after firm If-.' cicla. 41iith. lii-!tpry (if Romnte.
of adweftwoefent. INles rtat. ntet'w:''I-O. Iit(, 1 t 'ht i- tat !ho-rc I is notitle
.0.0 =66to P articles not known to US
Wp"to pay for advettie'nic 4iu ad-. g ;t I -~a,, 41 ''Is l 'ill fin tciatot ia
AP^ THR DAIlY StUN. i0c .-- *Fi I -isnt ith' ph iiolosopli'
GAIXLS%-ILLE. A. 41c!if ,. The -. lii' 1Ilzilttte- nre'
?I(,,' taklli., 1thLmIllt (of l tllat has -i
hqsta, c-abinie't nake 'rs'hax .- I. if. Ile .h ethe Illjill
ftrais(t-w d.t' s. Political 1,9. .1j... -. it uo'fL'~e t
M 5 Colicet'lltl' .'oil tile' (ahsi th-:.
~Tho' Spnrinufie'd I Mas. 1 Re'ieubli.
a i !-.a.,, Ths' tinit' ought tne'ce.r
ftabout tin,*- for the str.'e I' riit 1;4, uhe'n ia pwe-rfvil iFe'dtral
to do a dat' *e u (Pik .' Antd do letre'JtieF-I(' %. V.11h the' seat of ItIII)e%%-
its work to Ithe' jilt aic .-r fit Ii ingte in. s~ouldIc! lwvconie ill-
ailber. '-oI'itt and arrogiattil it its pIcicnle-tious'

or f'a nc'of th' e ld 'rnn'i't, *I, i e' it isi. ile 1t) (li-guir-t.
is that this country (*llti.No frtthat aIheurcauotirat-v of trv'-
waft all that is lik*-,y to h,- lat.-tbdu~s rt'ar'h and intluqttice has Iin
m the other side-. lWe' v,'ars 1)4,c-ti foirmling. a.;one' of the'

mue should rite' %-()t fir it]- ntur~tiatl d. t lo ott i idlY Inrt in
about ,ilc~~ l..i t~*rdIit i t r a~U :1 e 'e.1 i a i c-a
marked rtitcl (i f The' Stll 1.111. 4 311Ctd in i eli t siripi'ly oil S1c-rid -
whati11101116,% P141111 leorug thillL-. and 1the-
State* 8Senator I 8i S0%,*-r- !* ice! s if wit. tit'll It luZii
Ou been btleishiat-dtovd i t,-' ),t. xi, ijeia l olt- vel l look N hia rt ;an
of North Carolina i) r -t~~'~ i uugetil'~iIIikcbr'
Myself inithe' 'ridt-'ci Statt'''z ei iet8 l I.. 4 om ill ..e*in t e jhic-o-ii
be frie.tend E .1 t') ~ toIr will ll tifo ir a' W a-hiriglet i. 'Pe rhapjs
was at on#, tim ,itHe'je jate' tits. I,,(,,* i i i~iptull it~ t hl4-ritagte
ISenator Vaaice.j- re go P I~ 'alls-tltate
'09,i enirl o(ithe I cithe' *v.j rI ia
WUliam J tr~ ari. to 1 ~ii I*..%lt:el' n('ir 0 itr#.!-A-.laI lie eel-. Foer. in
Ow orida State- Pair at TA~- tu-1-lie'Ia-t : l -l.hhean-a-
ofkbr duct hIgh Iz he el!,1~- h ra arrogant tniu!-t h.'hlotsli'
b astertaine'1 b) the Yeuritei~'f r'.'it. Pl'or pie-ethat the, geeegcle' art'
rofthat ( :t,.in itiz !:vp )!-.1 1k e' t. fthe' ttm ilit-itelaile' of the' diffe-r'
on the e~r~e of I.L ent departments of government in
Ifi.Bryan % ill lit t gutrt their irategrit Y."
at a largt c Z'l,.tict. a .dt, -A
SAssowiated u uni'ij*-i chst):- I Linjitt d -k j.regdtionl. or a (NolljlI'-
at the hon,(' of xIr, .W il."le 'ecol tllitlOt e' Sc'g-re'Aationt


4~ PasaolaileA -'tj'n-art,' cv!
Ovu the e'iteerc.-nivioto'telthe'
Wle lawes IIIthe' IDee'I Watieri
~ 5Legislature a haIg widely
the law somle' c'dr~iagou so
P s lelt 10 ;eb~llk-ia.l. a(f S1uliela)
Spro from it!- ;irm ThiOe. rlicre

a Seaimr as th. IVI ., u koilttthe

in jeubliah~iniv ithe'Sutida) i-
I palio r. a l'i ic Cl t e
b~bldeed I.%it to iLit ethe- wr:tIc
$@@dug to their ic f I:,- o
~msof Gaiiie-.x rAle A tef-%lii
Samd not olle'(if 0t0.11 %ii x lie lq.i
ftiL their bonik' in thet.flrt it.-x%%II
b h to relIate- the' trihl'- :Yci t't'e
d the Sri-ifew ) ears tho tp'- t it
NO t o t~i un w as te',r l~i~itiha e'I
A!Wbsier cla.,s of e'arli.-r eceth#eri-'
b heseille', Ce c-r) out' etof'A lielu
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'% hWlrtoael ('eiiirti-,itcei riomi
1ft90 mow (of ~N r(,4eel?, 1' "

b ow (A r oo ievi'al na t iril it
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SCIENCE PREVENTS SALODNES.
% V. oGemam a. i. Ieme4- wnow
F edl helteme.
It to the rarest thin Inn the world for
& man to be necessarily bald. Nom an
wh kose hair is not dead at the roots. a**d


i:;. th, hbe bld it he will use Newbro'sa Ierpl-
I utlik .selih'l. of Color.ido SlrinKgs. cide. the new scalp antiseptic. lerpl-
Sh,,lo Thb ee.'.rimeniIt i, lflr.t to bI. cide Srnut.d thi.s ,prii ill tilt h-high off at the root; and cleans the scalp of
[r..u ~d ~hi- irin 1 in ii dandruff and leaves It in a pefectly
- hotl l.itainniing Fe.hrit>ry I. boy) bhealtby ondition. SMr. Manntt. l the
%! Il I..e -.clarasbdi frtm the Kirls in Maryland Block. Butte. Mont., was *n-
I li.l e. t'e i, i.1" .l a I.ia- tirt.ly bAld. In less than a month Herpl-
'Itialln *l.i- %%. lo- tair t I- %rou cide had removed the enemies of hair
tI :tble' ThII, liii a l I. let arti,.,l i)iut 'growth. and nature did Its work by cov-
-,,1\ l ;ail It :uls ill l' (care.fuilly 'ering his head with thick hair an inch
ri ttd I .<-,iti-factorY. thI. ,'iraI lcn. and In six weeks be had a ormal
suitt of hair. Sold by leading druggists.
lt iin \ill I nlr. widel)l *xte*il'd.~ end leo. In stamps for sample to The
.niil u!ltiin.tel ni..' I ,.-abliahe.d in llHerplcid Co.. Detroit, MiAh.
itthe' r;ntrintr ".c'erh,,ol-. iinlitlg 'li Two s e,-k cents and ll..
Id.e.. .s.%tli a ticid imithh igrade'-. Th'- J. Bodi:ord Co.. Speci AlAgnts.
,i 't-ic oIf tlie' h li l heard to try
!hls e.\ >.-'ri!m'e' t ';.a~ the' re'.ullt of CO 'inl.
..**itr c \e .r .-.%4 i a t J K ei ,A l r .iiv Iit I n n g
o ,f the' l I. li.- a .r.irs of thv district.
I r-r d DYSPEPSIA
IrFornrosr Coi>r.%ia. n ..n^e, .. p .. fl
F;,l m.ry hi.'n- lee-e ,. (hieaa !l l x'l he'llIn "' l tark.en viei wnn'.1.tifl f"a.'.rvit."f
I to-1..r ,r .t.ft reI.t.. a L i u ,fee
H ..,. 1-,, a .In thi t I Ilitf d S t :tm 4 1. 11 A A.. -1, 1.. f I &I. I* at, ar-to I*** re
-m ",g r" .a 7 isu .a.A I..- I4s 1 a ,, a'. Ia
J E th .- r I ,Jtie. Mercer ts,.. Jer. City.N. .
r t,-iti. r,'I It,.,t ler i i .l em %W Kur.ni
%I,) ,.I ; .,, : t ;.1111lin l: .'' h.lal t'.n11 b t F or
utiffcln-itt !.,L!,4 ,r.il .1 I n h I> I ,I1n0l Th B ow l
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hit k .1 ( -* III tke' (e.t'hi that
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atr.71 ,ii aJy Co., ( r N Y.
ANNUAL SALEL TEN MLIOI SOILS


The-' i tin iiaI liateltin.lit 'if state,
Irro ~-i'ro r WV iKnott. ave of Jaimstrrt
1, 1-11s. :t,ovhelp toitaiI rovc'i-itot fir th-
irsti'n rnl1r '*ro%# .' ttf nd durIrna 1V6,0%. tit
0 1.,o2 I~o I with d i.burmc-mentit-4of
I-,~ei: Q.. Iva% ~ins batant".' In the-
fu 1111 on J1attiniri 1. 119419t. of $20'x.loW'. 1
rho, ro ;mirt sho.. that the- getiblic d#bt
ormitt'ito o.ollev of ro-tundig tohrwide
iltmotiinnittai c too S''e -7,47.'foarinit Ititt .r
- ,-I it tIhes ,ra t 'et -4f thlre o- jwor icolit Im-r


-ui imi *all :i of jitoei hihir- urr 1% te I a

!it iti othe al ,frje11% (I I l j.ri( lt at fle
ar io i ,r. or tt ieit.%% I s .#-trt *I f


'01.1 IC E.eMimenI rim

a lc'buitIJ:r-in111k I~hf~ iThelThmrol,

!are a 14 r.' our 14-1 v.ntotu1,.,d and
out) re'i'rr vx 1 i t i -,-Iii t i to te of t art %ill
'I.-ile *li t her I i cif-aI patdll't in g' *%%h I (-i
fitrket 'iei% ilrae' a iiet ha t it %-.i If


The rcai. -llfruaii c' aKrtmagaintordo
tat in- tuhe' JajearIn eti, caountry Tere
4tiotr rduoied vsin ahe state oflog~arture
16 4 Prohib1pit ait 0,1 1fr llm heldihomae
madferkithy ia earaccsa on of ia in o

The' Cachools. a at ganir



Trying to Make a Hit.
iudg- IlP,, vf lu acknowledge the
.'tmr-ze biareu~itlxt icfE;lsthe rceurt of
thrireilint 'seflt wfe too the ground and
klteeio--ilit rhearic.:d reixt'ntcly against
the Moto'r? i'rk-onc'r tevasi't'ly-I was
"11'y ?ryhm ~to nli~ko a lift with ber.
your hooor. --Judge.
A Substitute.
6'1 nin sorry. lily dear air, but I neg-
leetol'd to heriti~ng my urgical Instmu-
m~enitsEwith 1me4."
i That R1ll hoo- all richt. deioc'lr. The
rluntilmr who)hirchas Ie'n wa~'kiig in the
vol-ir has left lhis tools bere."-Ez.

The Fatted Calf.
That rnIh!.tu'tf'tir trick of killing
thet fatittoil calf four the pfiredI~l ausesn
lutrert' filtlill!.cs thaij anything elke
on emrtrhi 1'x, -4.tth@- viral-on ovf fat her's


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AN ANTSIEPTIC ta" sdope Inrtatk A~m l~bm -
am" and drive out PahL
PENETRTES Use Porem loommte s Us. F boouTm~
mate. a free Gekimg ofa the D86=4 sivmq lbsM ini


cuREDOF PARALYSIS
W E. Dailey. P.O0. T"W tm, 1 we,:."It
elekhb" beas efs mle Lg beems IV" -mu-"
hu mam. h. 09I V spmmd~mm a
Saw Ll.hamto w"" M-- a si~a In5
ha~ ale s 4104111deM o na u
SeT UN ommI nTEAR=ON=E To mm A-
MaWsB ALL 0406TVTS
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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfied :and o- l
cal points South...........* ....1.. 0:108
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4: p
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 pa
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:80 pn


A. L Glnass. O. Sept


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ATLANTIC COAST





LINE RAILROAD



Goes

Everywhere




North, South, East and West



Consult the "Purple Folder"




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A W. FRITOT, FRANK C. BOYLSTON,
Div. Pass. Agent, Trav. Pass. Age4 t
Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksoville, Florid&*
g1g I Q &


Staple and Fancy Crocerles

Graf%, Garde% Seed aild Fort~ser
SOUTH 9101E SQUAMN -e AINUMV3LLE. 7W
HbMigedmarket pepaide -fteeChlekemm. Ep and ~ P#@*AM

a couple"te duckON HaIM Carw ~I V sm. b" 3 Chm
Sso" MeIam gAS& .we bhMamil doy heVey Sed Pof
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:IV BAN. KSOMA1&. PLOD',S JANITARY 15109


-m ax ifdd te be ae
ma m ue tho meet
ii a s'ey eer-
b way between the At-
a mrgumdted by
age tty ma to be eopable
NNa varety oferop;
e* akt ~f ue truek-growtag
ia as store bolt. oe
da al advatatoges
as uW tIeuweb;. wt
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af amy eartluo atuetast.
E ty to he *eslcy, e of
w& Ad D9bf MId **Lar. War.
*~a, d- law Nywrma. all of
S. .- py -us% evy-

Glo r Ia the ate.
=on west the city
OW a god hMM read.
4S m Abhr eni ty., of
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i NMiway yubs.















r l iiqirlchurcbh .
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el-eware laboratmy.
| ubyteria chesh.





S*W ar nluufa torle.
W lynewsply aper.

s "M Iak stands.
artak electric light plant.
blacksmith shops.
raways stel Us.
b Mevolent orders.
fscoval churches.
States land olfik
kidl aboratory.
a Sunday schools
Presbyterian cb.
real estate agencies.
teer fire d.'artuirut
rim lumtb. r cumpanies.

pbotograph a dteriva
p moving picture show..
0 semnl.wekly u-s e.raeror
F Ie lauuSmame agrs-ielem.

* MVery A6" feed satablas


sI One e~t ad basket factory.
One Dke* Club reading room.
Agricultural Experiment Station.
ive drwesmaklag establishments.
National Odd Fellow' *Sanitarium.
Three uldertklneg establishimts.
F Irtelei ewerae system. $1705..M.
Two of te best hotels in the In-
terior.
Two wbolemsale rain and feed.
Two wholesale grocery establish-
meats.
Water "that has made Gainesville
ftmoo.*"
The inost opea house In the 8tte
outside of Jacksonville.
A Government buillding soon to be
erected to cost when completed
Larpenters. masons. plasterers,.
palaters. printers. machinists and la-
borting men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granolithle sidewalks than any other
town In the interior of the State.
An $S3.00)0 court house built of tI'ick
and stone-- beautiful structure- and
the lawns, flower beds. shrubbery.
Confederate monument, etc.. surromnid.
bag It, make It a lmoet attractive pic-
tw.
Netlee of Mafter's Sale.
Under and by virtue of a certain
final decree of foreclosure and sale
made by the Honorable J.T.T. Wills.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. in
and for AJacua county, In Chancery
ettliga on the 10th day of December.
A. D. 1908. ain a certain cause pending
in Mid court, wherein W. H. Lee is
complainant and George B. Rose 1s
defendant, the undersigned, T. B.
Blla, Jr., as Special Master In Chan-
ery in maid cause, wil offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bid-
der for eash, at public outcry. on Mon-
day. the Irst day of February. A. D.
1909, the same being the first Monday
in maid mouth. during the legal hours
of male, in front of the court house
door of Alechum county. In the City
of OGansevlle. Florida, that piece or
parel of lead situate, lying and being
In the County of Alachua and State
of Florida, and described in said final
degree as follows, towit: Commenc-
lag at the Northwest corner of Jel-
lamy avenue and Quail street. thence
North one hundred and fifty (150) feet
to place of belginnlng; thence North
forty-seveo (47) feet; thence West
cme hundred and sixty-five (165) feet;
thence South forty-seven (47) feet;
theace iast one hundred and sixty
five (165) feet to place of beginning.
betag part of Lot Two (2) of W. L1
im's survey of the Town of Melrose
in Section Thirteen (13). Township
Nine (9), 8. Range Twenty-two (22)
Said property will be sold as the
property of George B. Rose to satisfy
said decree of loreclopure and costs.
T. B. ELLIJS. JR.,.
Special Master.
CARTER & LAYTON.
Complainant' Solicitors.
NOTICre-SHMRIF R *ALL
Notice sl hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution dated
Decemlter 29th. 1908, and issued out
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty Foidl, ld upoa a certain Judgment
m favor of W. R. Thomas, plaintiff.
aad aga at Lydia Drake, defendant.
being directed to all and singular the
sheriffs of Florida, I, the undersigned
sheriff of Alachua county, Florida.
have levied upon and will sell at pub-


Uc outcry before the court house door.
la Galnesvllle. Florida, on Monday.
the frst day of February, A. D. 190o.
between the legal hours of sale, to


the highest and best bidder therefore
or cash, the following described lands.
situate In Alachua county, Florida.
towit:
Lot Number of Block Number
23. Brush's Addition to Gaines\ille.
Florida. said lot betng described as
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredoodo street at
a point 136 feet north of the north
line of West Seminary street and ex-
tending thence North 112 fe-t along
said east boundary line of Arrdoid',
street; thenuct East 59 feet: theuncr
South 10S feet; thence Westerly :-,4
feet, more or less, to the point of bh-


ginning.
Together with the teuementis and
The ba~iavliniaig Im, it 1,-%io*%491 ulI'oI
as the.. jro;..rty of Pa.:u Ld I da Iratku
to sati I'`)- :4it'lexecutioni 3i!et C',!-'s.
mull the lit 11 4.f ?.:I', jlalltiafb j14dg
Wmflt 14 ti ialaIEI J.oprtt
S'zeriff ALI,, hua C 'I:
T Bi. ELLNtISJr.
Attonri. y for Platintiff,

SUMI64KIl5. FOR THE
FLORIA TIWfS -UNION
noe Gret State.Pap.,
V% MjI h.% A141 %1,%, 04 M, .-%I It
1 mWittr WAit.. r fNJ
ik e mI.Wceuymlmes-tuawanad
ft riffmedaid frioi ,ruc.
Lb* P'tda I M1Aa of IIr v i '- .1 k 1,t d
9,1011W UA&11. lc ttulet 014J ii..C 1.4.
mail im)k l a t tp '


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Soliciting votes by candidates or


- mm mm-W v .W A* amA A A ALmA


[FORD


'EST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford.



$3,66550.00

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


April 15th, 1909


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will le issued by The Bush &


'afTordI Piaio 'o.,


on a new $44N9 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to I, used


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


These due iills will


given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To t8 finrcsit u-' ku :e--_- u e tb hiulSUt s, a iu kfsr fah fsr....... S20oOO
To dt scM sis rseiv| iathe st i est v sak I fhmreach for ...-.. ...$175.11
To l sexct seeiw ik -thiatiwas he I w for each for...... ..-. $150.00
Thepe due I ill may be used by the winners or can be disposeil of to anyone
for any value they imay ,ee fit, and will be wortli their face value u; on: tlhe p',r-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize -imil-!r in l! re-pectV' tlt.ire-
to will be given each of those timing.


How and Where to Get

--Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their ebtablishmennts for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Sros.
Hyde & Tench.

Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the e tablish-
ments of the merchants glhihng %otei arid at The.
Sun office. Votes Snut by rit) l xiAust be d.lir-t, I
to the Voting Conte,.t lkepartmn. nt of Th,' S.1.,
Gainesville. Florida.


THEJ


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone li ing In
Alachbua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or %ouched for by bume reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attache.' or relate of lthe pro-
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in tbis contest, and will participate tu
no manner.
:. In the e\,.nt of a miunderztand,i ',.t ,.fn
candidates or .thers i ntr tt.ted in il..- .ittt.
tuch coitruo'lr, y imay be ref.rr,,Il t, I )tfi C('41"
ductorm of cmit-?,. w ho alone ar.' tl. G. r'
qualified to r.i.'1-r decltoci:i.-
4. In the e' niit a t.n td:!it **' .i t '
draw Iromu tlh r.te -i h niln'dat. 1\ .1 ii 't t'
allom ed to tran.-I, r% ... to tho 1, .lit f .:i r
can, tid ate ill It e (',ite-t:


DIA.ILY


$1.5---Three months' subscription .... .... ...
$2.50-Six months' subscription. . .


~SLTW.=


400 votes
1.000 votes


$5.00-One year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes
For a club .f five one-year subscriptions (btfjre April 1, 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mon ths' subscriptions (bcfre April 1). .25,000 votes


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


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distributing votes is urdesired by the proprietors
Am oa M a I r JS


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THE DAILY SUN: (AINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JIAN.ARY I. 145.9


SrixAND

CONDENSED

P GENERAL INTEREST
My SUN REPORTERS.

1 happened and What Is Go-
a1. .'n-Personal and
I dali iteM"s of the City.


l Delight Coffee.
our tie I t !: il-- tll I :i'-
S gWeal ticket at liutherloid

i lesions at club rates. Prof.
| Woli



Iat G 5 .t;, r, I.giI A- ('i>.-
i Al 11 Fti, i of T 'ja ,i,, wa :-
" ..O a 1...i I l ti, l lt ( 1 I


your tic-ke'ts fur "Chis
early twdjja. a- totItaLJ~t at

lk'ef r (of E' it iw cii
8tbe %i-,tor- to (G:siii

DL3la(o'.l :tI, ft :.t -t 'da
Wrmooi t).1!- .1r N. a\ I rr'a (11o:


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~uapianto (t~.ta

01work in Isit'- 1'r
SW. Ilaiu lic!.
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here ILv. ve1!l S-i

WIAllan lIt i' d(4cp
kj IoU Ala( iisn Sk 'att i- e
elv~eS for 11 c l2i'It fr
mk's Chili Tonic Is


DerOey'S Deleght Coffee.

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16W il I t's


Putre aicilelu te *r deli' t'red toi any~
,.art of the' It-t v f~ear wi' t- d ll~r or


Dorse1ey a O..gft C~ies.
8; 4;ctria 1.1",fltil, pi'ad to ladles*
t~ratif at ~I.2,. !tmr.lI II.-taur'iv'i


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a. At.! &.,I Vitt'i iic! q p*.tettpus

::n t kfT hviti c ilt., t%%l it rv lt I ni t t o 2 j1 w ack
.1r T I I u~i1ttf) Iiiff W If de' l i-t elt, c.s t aos.%ts'r 1i(I.a'' nssjt'
."c''a'aIte-pi'r%. ar. sre d timig tt' O iv :ft.rt-oin., tov
list 1theI i.fiat .- #E ti-on rnat'hiziw
:-" n'~ > r~ ft.ir~is t 1~eeand night'11 fit lsakt't. thwn.' i~.% ithiaiim altoit
E\ r ft ?he' cat :'. t t "Ii ill-s-lc~,~ it m n --t I thu El-. (1 ft
it t-,::# NIoi l (t 4 a ct i .4 t v, ;1Plist irN.. o f Iil'A i'i ttn to tin. or .iu sret' ho.it'
f. 1.:iug pit rt a t t lit'- Eive(t rlcT he tr
iI t It. T'r .1 N i v ecn1 4 'ta i. ; a 4a1lt, r


P~i ra (I t. sei'dIri -h potatoes, such a!, Red ihlisp,
I i !i11i S sa1tl~it L Ni I t c
c. :2. I I-f %

a ~ t .r ~at~id '~lit irv':- liv yvjjillj% jt r'la-
% a -. S11~- at u ls i:lcaltid d hity her

4 .;1!;A Ftir fIr-i e las-s (-Ie aiiii.s: anud rt'jiair-
11l,. ii~g !.- 2 rd tiir r'(,I 'he'is to ( ms Ellis.
Nott ho ie ( is. a -#-:-t loutt M els lt, -t mork.
it 'd Il' cr Cr' t-sI
~. ad thW1,1-11 ~itislli doutat.fko shore the flir-
ry ttrtitnitur got's: he hincariablal,,e--


i, 1 I**1u t w I -
-he v ill i i. it
uarante\ to
guarantoe.d to


116.. ri .-trim n I It mi so


M irs V. M Huliwt(if iauthorn an
ri%..A in te ct v .a ustp *4.rdaivp. !and i ~llI


ehilll. feci r, colds and lagrippe.II. i i l ,llg -l .l v l.-t. -. .i
Iaa|-'nd se Tral das h ber, a- tie gukte-t
S2c. Sold by \W M. Johni.ol I o M. L. Kent ,.
S( .,r hI of .Mlh M. L. Ktnnin lbrw.
SN. Geo I* Morri, aNho has Ibet I
a'l fa' da at orthiigt I Anius.'met't attraction that count
___ *1 .,'art re'alh-tie mo'in pictiurts-. siuchi as
i, has returned to hbr homc r, r ir eiiii
a ture o rare ho n afte'rnoot and night at
t-t 'i* Kih'.'tric Th ; ittre'
OM Belle Chitty of Micanopy ar- therFleotric Thintr e
OMl In the *a a few days heren 'i.-ling r..l than a glass of pure apple cider. I
sell It for 6 cents a glass or one dol-
-- I lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
Il the lil iigifileant a ult o(f t U ,,U. -
O-> you g*'t a half dollar s hiettw ;i
1i Electric The,:tr. aft.'rn.i.i> 0 Jamets Adamnon returned to the city


L K Tu4%m-r ca 'l- w tl-Isi roFIr.' "I t
1 aai Ihmaik I I *-t ~.~ rdi.i' fejar
.116M buaeiza.'-'- ti, I(,tea th. Stall. mo.

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TYpesr it rfirt 'r -.iI.'at I hi-
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dpwft) Iii%, Ai-cuAllattd for

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iII x ;rF? I 'a -i Ill i lt' .I'ilmit ;II
ii a.r.i l. 1.*i -.lt itq,'lria f f' tr i tl ii'r
l in.'- 'aft* r lIat i...; ..-|''it a hliort
S\ li.I> ii, thi i < 2'
i Il.: i,. c t ( i',.l tlia >-.'1" li' a is-.- tliicat :in l ih ,r and amn ii
,i l e t !'li r, .ui,3i il i l l ( iltl litK 1 "atI
r 11 4 n i .l r 1,;k i r hitg ChI.. Elli ..S
\ :t Main ,'r t. -outh
ira J Cart-r.' jui-tic,' of tihe l 'anc
|tor thei Ne'wl.rry di.-trlct. was trans-
jix t:;.i hui.i : ii t;* tl;y y' .-o feda.v.
il -t.at', tl;hat th' niinliig tO i1 iS
' r.\ aLiti', ju.-t at the ltr'seInt tinm'.
l'hti'r,- mill I :t Itll 0i '" of Li V,.
man'i. Guild of Holy Trinity Episcoial
church tuii ulterlinim at ; o'clock at
the. resldence of Mrr.. 1). C. Warner.
A full *attetidaniice is. earin .-l l.i d .'-ired
M.lrx. Harney Clark. one of the prom-
inunt society ladies of theB rick City.
returned to her home yesterday after
Lav:.; 0:.t h ;;.t.fe l w dyQ h.cr
as the guest of her friend, Miss
Christine Richards.
Oi. u, c'ui, oh t the Leatfit ie-rfcrm-
ia.l tt;iight of th:e cenicttry rocl:
road the choir practice for the Winter
Liable Conference will not be held un-
til .Mondae night. when all members
aret urge-d to In' I resent


yesitrda from the w.est'rn part of I ha te just rect ived another car of
Ithe comity. where he has been't In the choice bananas. and if )ou want good
uintt'res. of Ihi (cotton (dhliartnnlt of friii ('all around and lAy them now.
.i:titoti ('o I rice.'. to buit the' tini't., far lower
If '.uo fail to ait' idI thi .e t r: i il,;ti, < ai I,, I bought .l.sewhere. N
asi .' t 4 0hiahlt u111I will InI ti- c ll .." c I"l;:; : th iil aiisuii a mlan
Iito i| %a.,i ltk N (i(';ar ,. dtil iaot p :laty "'.Il'h.,
-lnot ,iil lti;fI it til tio.l m Ii .I.''.". "'i'bc N il it llidl -rs'" or "'Th
:>I r ;I : o ,l l.m l.h \\ ... ,;i I \ iot.s %* kio'w
1 (' I.Parki til it,, r hI- t ia f I..l .sil \4 wa ;it1 to ..0bo11 t. hIn \Ve' |Ila
('r4 I --* % I- iiauii ll Ii i-il ir.- it the- i ..ii a '.. Alli t. U r,.tlaular 'rtt ali
'ait \, !* ril: l .i-t..ti thh tli so.-111e' ., )il e I 'l. -. iii:tkI in' ol i n i ** p.

it e i- e. 1.0 Ili li k. to 'h L a k -1 of flit ( 'ti n .,tld li ,-t. il.& f t i (. ti ia.
,.1' -' it .1 i l ri-' i lth > lihaIt I .'In for lih Iaust
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