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 17, 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: VID01549
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GATNE8VILE, FLORIDA, SU'NDAY. .J XNI'AlII 17. 191010


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TEN ('ENTS A WE[


ET OD ELIES ATHE IMPORTANT PART


OF ANNIS -----
OiF ANN D CATHERINE YAILE RETAINS SE,
ON O PLACE BY GOOD MARGIN.


od M-CI-llrt a T h


V* big 1.-Alter
'e twenty

e0)i*y t- the
Haim-1 the

Swlth his brother.
IW JSt., It the kilitang

60m end UM his litWe
i f bi a sa taom und not
lf Ow g of murder, as he
4* gin toa shoottag

-gil i, aid A. an.
S e11 to m rant tn t
| bad an affeeting
O-L -I IS the Ldo g
ww he hu emId to a
wA- vedlet to take
f fto 0t4. Old Ofte

.h9to bum th verdite

etiSt ISght, heard


leg,. Mrs.l


as e at s s

I Ast,.ro where
i, o ueveang
gobho Imer md athes.-

lo o ite cram be
& ---twas 11W
4" r i 4 1ts6to lseearm
mh bem= ma0de toward


a te 7 m after Justice
*- d the juorsb he



.illm ei theamed them



tbbsat vi"it to the city,
be d -thateego The Sus
ALBAt MW mrs sines, when
Ir sI N- ccM of selling
a pmPN ae was more than
riad at the pOwth mOd the phe
S saeh n iO the city since his
t mmd remartked that it seem.
bahethat we shomM have


$ AAbmetfr TheSumand helpoYour
wIN the Las n9ano .


Barely in any court of law hait such
a demonstration been witnessed as
that which occurred when the jury
made known its verdict. The Iparked
court room of spectators rose as -on#
man and cheered and applauded with
such mighty vigor that the gavel falls
of Justice Crane on his desk could
mot be heard.
Before proceeding further. Justice
Crame ordered the trial chaniber clear-
ed and the spectators put out in the
street.
After telephoning his mother and
father, Thornton was escorted to a
local hotel, while a throng of towns.
people gave himbu a continuous greeting
ea rote.
May Free Capt. Halin.
Jurors stated that the first ballot
stood 8 to 4 for acquittal. and early
this moratng the ballot showed a gain
of one for acquittal. Jurors Hecker.
Johnson, Richmond and Boening vot-
ed for eoavlctio of murder. Juror
Boeslaig heM out until the Anal ballot
Was talm Jat after Justice Crane
had seat for the Jurors, and then
changed i vote to acquittal, making
te Jury unanimous.
Odicels of to district attorney's of-
fce Is Queena coaty were quoted
yeetrday as saying that the verdlet
in the case probably means that Capt.
Malas will ever be brought to trial.
and that he will be surrendered l to
the are of als family or the federal
goveGmemt.
"Uder this verdict It Is perfectly
ante for any person who Is Ingenious
enough to frame up a defense to go
Out and kill. Private vengeance
emos to have takes precedence over
the people's law." was the only com-
meat that Prosecutor Darrin had to
make on the Jury's return.

Hertel as Manager.
W. H. Hertel has accepted a posi-
tion with the White House and will
act la the capacity as manager of
this new and up-to4date place, assum-
ing charge at once. Having formerly
been engaged In this same line of
work he has a larne number of friends
among the traveling public who will
be delighted to again meet him in
his old vocation.

How lan ago was It that your store
-or enterprise-was merely a plan?
With aggressive advertising. how long
before your plan of what It Is yet to
become is realized?


Isad Cotton Was



Not So Active Past Week


SAVANNAH. Ga. Jan 1t --The South Carolina I. 1Ii
11 1 demand Doted for Se-a laltnl The' quality of the o'it ti now coii
4m 0 at the close of the plrel.ous hl g l iiIs matly imoor mill di...colo-r.d
Week esatissed early lia the 'pre'.til Sialh r, afor thie we e-k elet- I lie, hail, -
w ee .bat as it betm-ast atilitt ed Iit' T1"it. elllowA ptaill irti ., it,. I'.t ..,d i
~ ruled progre' l >, ait I.) qulti .t. f cti ituiiia.itcti il uit,- e r i-.t i
0 i quiet. In addition to thIe' kl, ,i ftril.i
a good deal of holdiitl co it '.tin< il illa- FI4 ,*
NI same on the tarkrt .,,c t1ha tit ; to (..-i I. '-i .2'-
b ui ta s were a rt h ll .tha iiulg i, te l ,ti.a l ,.!i i i l,'a ,
sppy ih demand. Qultaotiio. r. t.i;r iho.ll ,.,i.,.. 1 .
uin asbaged. but there ea. eai t l,,, u ;. ( .i.id f"Ia ii I I
Ia gga eS lr fur full cLhoictee i, Et Ira till, 4;. aiii lI, -, 1 i
S -1 rltida, atld e-xtra hlit.c 'i* 'le, (; t.ieil f'la I.
igda-a u Pull choice a,, quoitedi at t',,uii l .nta I L.a- ic I 11 i

*A easus report shol-d ho balea gtimed tu Jan 1. distributed b)y ia land ita.a k. .t. .vii i,,. f .i!
& as fulluiia in,,,- ,. *-, i. .t I1.. 4 I, li-
Gorga .. 41 3.. 7 e 4 x. i i ..
.' s r a .. 3271o : 3:.t*' i


THAT TIMBER PLAYS


Mss.. upr and E Received mportace of Preserving Same tor Use In
&Ib* %Aft"- &-


awme vtm uaturuday-now to
Obtain 650A00 Extra Votes.

Every day that passes lends more


Eterpries Not Generally Known.


W~ASHINGTON. 1). C.. Junt.


Interest to the piano contest. Last I..r-ont. n(t dir.ch I ter-
night over three hours was K-lnt in ,eFt ( i In minlitg realize. t he- exteit to


counting the large vote that wa' cast
.t yesterday
To make the race mor Int. o r- i ;i
we have just r'celelod inforiwation
that we lsiay !<,(' c. lod to offir .VV
tra Inducements for the randidaltes to
work on subscrilltion: to Th. S;n
We will give 5o.(M)o votes e xtr:t to
the conte:-tant who seciur.es the, lar-
est number of new Pubscribers to The
Sun from now until the 1st of March.
and 25.'.ol to the next large-.t. Not
less than 20 subscribers to count in
this offer.
Following sla the standing of the
candidates after yesterday's count:
Miss Dorian Ellis. city....... 2:t.(I:.'.
Miss Catherine Halle. city. .... 219 7o20
Miss Iesale Dupree. city...... 210.7-'.
Miss M. Daughtrey. city....... 59.060
Miss Nannie Ditkiuon. city ... 49.oA3,
Mion Mary McCormick. city... 42.195
Miss Florrie Stricklind....... 33."3n4
Miss Alma Fennell. city...... .l:0
Miss Jessie Evans, city....... 27.6S5
Miss Julia Carter. city ........ 27.145
Miss A. Groff. Newberry...... 21.530
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo..... 15.24U
Miss Estelle Beal, city....... 11.400
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city..... 10.600
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs ... 9.21 >
Miss Emma Hudson, city....... 7.460
Miss Minnie Shawl. Alachua... 6.710
Miss Annie Beville ........... 5.095
Miss K. Carbon. Micanopy.... 4.175
Miss Neil DaCosta. city........ 3.955
Milm UIzle Sheppard,. Bell.... 3.905
Miss Alma Sullivan. city...... 3.40
Miss Goldie Lambert, city..... 2.91,5
Miss Julia McDonald. city.... 1.7',0
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........... I ':1.
Mlss Ruby Albright........... 1.120
Miss L. Sanders, Hawthorn.... 650
Miss M. Fernandez, city....... 600
Miss Elvena Stat. Waldo....... 135

The Exposition-Fair.


whi h tiniiime'i is uase'd Int this %t-rimi-
po~rtantt llnu..t r' ** -'.td a Uo(.netnmentt

who had Just ret urnuc'd to Wat-htingtim
from ithe We~st. 'TIhea' erago-'manir
has oitly a vague untittle'standiiig ()I
thi.' inoI)I'4evtgt of the' icdrt thliat t i i


I when It is oniev treated retains its



I ~ ~'- eea oe ~i ~ci.v~ 'rajiddly sill
-11d1'A id, ut.e i'l it at'.i' r :u jitte-sS Such
1#4 (i'jl- atei 1.19cx1911LO111(ii t cr


?'ittP. '%% 11114- fit' antd itnuri other niort


'rr pl.n.\ iin the mining indut.tr.. andu j TIhe first tf thil. t-re at' Ii plants for
seldomt thiitk- of the .etiortiim i- iquan : a iiue tinHit r. wa, piut up h\ an East.
titles required each <:ear to |I.re\tent i.rni cal (cpnij.ti after etxtensive exl
the camiiig of the u\e'r-h.ilginig Sli>.ipttd |Irimiint.- itn 'hco-op ttil with tihe
and to keep ipa--;ioe... o ti, the ieractical \alu. o(if th, treatments.
"'There are two general cl(..se( of Since then otlner ilaits ha'e been in-
such tinil'er-." he cnaiti.te'el. "the' firit .stalled iii diff. rvnt pa:rt.s of the coan-
is used in bracing the 'stolpes. a- try. two (if that latest bN ing in the
*ey : r.* called. where the ore it l.- ( Cour d'Aleit,. Iad district of North-
iigI kt ii out. As the ore is llite I e''I l hn whi r re' hil' the r* i- ain
i-o w 'rr"-nt4ing rock I!- held in place' ample tiliber supply f r bsome tine
by ii aa'ing It %ith hI#a% y tinitbrs. to colt,.i tIhe treatient It is warranted
'fra'ited' into rectangular *sets.' When by the' high la,'or cost of replacing
ore directly above the first set is re- timber rte- The added cost of treat-
moved a Pecond net is built in on top. t':he r- 1- from Io to 2'1 per cert


and so on. The service of theew tim.
be rs ends when the ore is exhausted
.r'd the active dining transferred to
another vein or ore-body.
"After a time these timbers decay
to a point where the pressure of the
rock walls crushes them. and a 'reve.-
I'.* occurs. This causes no damage if.
as I have said. the mining work has
been finished; but It sometimes hap-
pens that decay has weakened the
timbers to such an extent that the
*cave-in occurs prematurely, and then
lives are sacrlflced. In such cases the
remaining ore is alMo a loss. for ehen
the ground has once commenced to
n:-ve or 'work.' as the, miners call It
it is almost impossible to clean it out
ard told back the rock so that the,
remaining ore ma' i b obtained.
"llut of still greater importance Is
tte e"o.'o:d c!ass of tinmbers used In
the main working openings,. tunnels,
ihiftt,. etc. which are to be maintain-


i l. turi liial Co:-t
"An litl.re,. tilg point litn te prob.
lem of wood preservation is the
spread of decay In old workings. caus-
ed by infection from nearby timbers.
A fresh green post. placed bctseesm
two sticks that are already 'Lick.' wl
become infected and decay much maort
rapidly than if it were isolated The
contagion is similar to that of the
ills that man is heir to. although it
n.iually works more slowly. In oea
large mine a two-mile tunnel was
completed eight years ago. and dar-
ing the first four ears the t'n ber
'told up In tite sh-ice. The-n lps
of d'c.'. leg:ian to (-criepi inii t re and
there. and -itice then the diis.as.- has
extended throughout the entire length
of the tunnel. necessitating an annual
expenditure of between four and Tre
thousand dollars for replacing tim-
bers rendered useless through decay
lUse than one-fourth of this sum go0


In this issue apiwars a large adver ed for as long a time as possible for timber. the remainder represew
tisement of the Florida Exposition- Timnbers for this service are chosen Ing the cost of framing and installlag
Fair. which opens lin Jacksonville on not only for their strength and firm. Unquestionably many of the cave-tLa
Wednesday. January 20th. and will ness. but also for their ability to which crush the timber and block
continue for sixty days. We are as. r-es,.s decayr. the mine tunnels. often causing maRY
sured by the management of this en- "In nine cases out of ten, when tim- deaths, are due to nothing but wood
terprise that it will be the best expo- b.r.s are crushed, the Indirect cause decay.
sition of Florida's resources that hasl 1. decay,. produced by low forms of 'The work of treating mine tlmberl
yet been held in the State. In this plant life. The dwindling of our tini- Is considered of such importance that
connection we desire to call attention her supply has driven consumers of o grouil o(if n M11 ill til Foret
to the following editorial In reference wood all over the country) to study S|.- s ie. gi .s It.s. tire' altt.l1tiotn tl
to the Exipoitionl. which appeared in decay and it.s pren.%-iliion. anld it is this siibj.ct Int\i,.tigltii'e sork car-
Tbhe Tlueii.- nion of WVedniesda). Jan safe to Psay that in thi. .r. eti-ar fu rield on by this branch oitf the' srri0
uary lith: tre'ur bshall ee many mior' iltes since it vas organiz.l hA1 detla"
"The management of the Florida I tfiiu; in mit ill pl.tll ts for Ith. itr ,iit .strate.d that treatiing ith a llM,"ft
Exiposition-Fair na'e arranged for a *.I of tht-ir li hi.t.rs.e". aft'"r ih.' I ln r '.-- ,rt;itiv'e will liil ,loii t,' l if* di
display and for eiitertaitnmrlents that '* of t'- plant that ha .. -he, ni d. tit iln.er iide,l>tnit, 1. i'i i l...1 '1hlt
will be a credit to Jacksonltille and -i- .1i a;inl ini>t ll. el for thi. |iiurpl .i .e i t..forie.' it A .ii- ''. t ti e :i r:ltid dit
to Florida and 11i prove. of value' to h, the. I'lited Stat,. Ft ore'-t Se'r ice iani| the' iitr. l t al wii Io lht,' la
both Thie und, rUtaking l nieit.ling It.. tri acting ihe li. rm. lierit timt r lers ii e '.r !1of l riil- i .l h th-ir't e 'i
ilth bUti'll l lt it r.lit) (f buii||>o rl it, ith -llil l oi of thfi ,tarlti- n t.o it' i .1 .-- to ) lr ll, % it,,. ii,!irnialll ith
Iliaike'. g r*.'.t ut< 'r-c iiihi .~-l lii,.iii. |><>--: ii\ I ,,.\ aiai\ h., 11 i', t,, r. I i|, i,.i', |,,-,.eli alt.ti <,e hil k' tf r I li e tile rl.ia-ii, till ift the, iit i SiM e t i I. lit,. ttla t' I i1T h ;tiln llII e ial.in Ii hl l. i h.t- ,P l l -'A i

Ill" "il 10' I- a-lltf aiun ii a-l lit.e o if ti l t..si' ~- "
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Molftg ppls of the pritary
of 0Oitaevville GraWe
w maO. a general aycr
.t~m~rduring the Sir,
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A-m4, Aaw efs Rle, Per-
aiGhas. Albtrt L-.
ilC#W 14 Rohert Mber..o
O kas Tharin,
O PhWlIPt Warren.
U. lAb *ibbt. Mary
BMWa IWt #Boyd.
U. tl.Le, tLem
WitStlls. Mary
Lvft. Hope Me.
UNet f elem Ret
$Won& IkM Stills. Mary
Thomnpe% Alberta
bouiware. sad Ruby Mc-

Orsi. 5--MamadeJoi'
smbe* Jesansi Oe10. %
No CulG Oraves.
4bsis.-Mamle Desa. Chaarlet.
teCoeAWick. John
WU11 Tmer% Victr Cox. Jack
wel Kellumn. Katherrn
I7 Bair, Vitoria arle.
W'% Ste jh Peeler and Mary

j$16ftpoplb of the later-
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FOD FOR A YEAR

I w.................... *
Mf ................. Iool

T ui a br ration for
a I fr e year.
Bt oe people eat and eat and
y W thinner. This meant a
ddhffiv digestion and unsuitable
food. A one-dollar bottle of

Scott's Emulsion
eq"s" i nourishing properties
tea pounds of meat. Your
m-asic caM tell you how it

end.. .--a. _:sF. .. owt w1b& I
MpW I nich IT a Neorawr armrek awd f
em t Iew post. atnd w w wl aMd Vow a
mpksl Ita Ady o A f the WorMl" a
i9= 7r aBOWNI e Pftd SwaMt. NMw T

Joe Swanson
seventh Grade-Annie Treadwell
Twelfth Grade-Ethel Durst.
The followlngt I a list of the pupils
ranking firtt. **; .. ..'(
of the mon-lt.
Third Grade-Jennie Dean, Jennlu
Dean. Henry O'Neill; Henry O'Neill.
Maurine' Gracy. Ivy Jackson. Allwrt


Fourth (Grdte Ro.bert S,\\..: i on
Robert Swanrisi. ohibert S\; .
Annie Harrold. Willit .May Ila:n .
Marion Celln. Marion Ci(lliti !.,
Thoniplon. Nora St Il-, .\-. e: "
Phlfer. Annie Harnild.
Fifth Grade-Irma Vidal. Irna Vi
dal and Sophias Iurkhim. Irina Vidal.
Albert Dorman. Laurie Colson. Sophie
Burkhim; ClAri.r.: i olt-s. tal-. i i, .
LAurwe Col- i'n
Sixth Grade-Elinor Nixon. Elinor
Nixon. ELite olts,. Hit eia tnialer
Wary McKinstry. Mary McKin-tr.:
Homer Wolf. Ruth Fi.'her. lve,,,.r
Wol.
Seventh Grade Sarah Dawki rv.
Manie Fagai. Sarah Dawkiin.; Clar-
ence Lamoos, Blanche Thompson.
Mamie Fagan; Annie Sale. Annie Sale.
Belva Floyd. Blanche Thompson.
Pierre Vidal,
Eighth Grade-Yeteva Rogers. Ye-
te a Regers. William Rilea; William
lk1a, Elizabeth Taylor, Randolph
Tucker; George UAosely. William
Riles. Tom Pinkoson.
Ninth Grade-Agnes Spencer. Ag-
Ma Speneer. Agne& Spencer; Nellie
Albright, Nellie Albright, Nellie Al-
bright; Ruby Albright. Ruby Al-
bright, Ruby Albright.
Tenth Grade-Joe Swanson. Joe
Swanson and Mabel Lamons; Mabel
Lamous. Mabel Lamons. Frank Swan-
son and Glady's McFarland: Francis
McDowall. Earle Kelley. John lien-
nett.
Eleventh Grade-Annie Treadwell.
Annie Treadwell. Annie Treadwell;
Ethel Wimberly. Sidney Godwin. Bid-
u..: Gu in; Margaret Merchant,
Ethel Wimberly. Winifred Pedrick.
Twelfth Grade-Katherine llHidon.
Albert Vidal. Ethel Durst and Ruth
Dols: Albert Vidal. Ethel Di)urt Ca:
lMer Peeler; Ethel I)urst. lsie.le Ruth
erford. Hcesle Rutherford
Mrs. Jackson's Room-Fifth (Grjde
-Caroline 8tecktrt. Mildred McAr-
thur; Mildred McArthur. Hart String-
fellow; lButler Grre. Orion Wells.
Seventh Grade-Josie Johnson. Jo>t-
lde Joason; Ruth Tuten. Ruth Tuten;
Isabell. PadKe.tt. lal.lk'l Padge.tt
Eighth tirade-lAttlt S'artlorough.
Lo)ttle Siarblorough. Lucile (Glas; u-
lie Fisher. Martin Glass. Luile- Gl(la,


Too Much Face.
You feel as if you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia. don't
you? Save the face->ou may need
It. but get rid of the neuralgia bhy
applyng llallards 8nsow Lt :, .t
Fluhet thing in their o anatlnem. niurallia, Ilurn., cutit a -1,
lame back aud all piamil Sold lo \W
i Jc hlt. r'

Made Boys Happy.
S Th, i .1i .t I IIfc A (' 1. *al n..I
I th i l. -g t ,. ;. a, .H 1 i t.
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CAPUDINE fur -THAT HEADACHE'

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Buu "WauL' ada bUnug re.ults


AMUSEMENTS


COMING ATTRACTIONS.

New Baird Theatre.


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lld f'DIIe, .%'.,, It. ,,%. ', I ',1 ,

Electric Theatre.
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Famous Johnny J. Jones Carnival.
G a( i.r \'. 1 1 I K i\ ll t', t
ill t ',l .1i 1- o t .lol-o l.oi I .l'' L "
l.\ .-iti l,;. S hl >\\ s ;ui ; l <;" ';i uI;' +!..
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Their .!-i cial 1i :ti:i '\ l iarnl, I ;-,
from Tall.ihasef'. tomorrow at I.: ":'.
p. in. ani all the' nIran.ili iri on at-
tractifns- will btv thrown cil i. li tlo ie.
public o Tuo i l.-i. .'li.i.r Vt Iith. ;ai

Thit is ithe I:r..s,.t an;irl he t ra, -

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Planlta'ion." with tov,,t t. a' -t:ar
,wrfornterr and tIu ir O\n tbr.a.-si i:,t
tf flfttee,:: pieces.- "'O- nrI.' with the-
Maj, .tic Theatre;. A Trip tr,;na N.w
York to the Nor'h P.Il. !:'-' from
''r. tal I'alace. l t whi"li Is really a "JonEs' Electric Ialare.-" h01( ing
,he lat.-st works of the nia.m-te r l1ind-
9*-dison.
"Amy." largest lady in the world.
weighing over 64)0 pounds.
"King and Queen." largest snakes
in the wn-ld
"Penny Arcade." where all can have
a good time for a small sum.
World'm Pair Ferris Wheel. twen-
tieth century merry-go-round, and that
wonderful riding device known as the
"Ocean Wave." and hundreds of min-
)r attractions.
Vittucce's Royal Italian Iand.
which has a National reputation. will
give concerts daily, both on tihe
Qfliare and at the carnival ground,-
Speclal attendants are e-giKag,-d to
look aft' r lhe cotufortb of Ihe ladies
ind hili'r-"t
The earnioal will bt located on the
old show grounds near Union Acade-
my. on c .'i-t .Ma!ina 'ret N
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Electric Theatre.
Fronm tiM lt nin tni, :)rlal mu.l-Ac li:-
Sielded all Influence Uipon the i ,eople-
marvelous in its intensity. The tire-d
or panic-stricken soldier hi. wrought
uIp to greater ex.rtilsi and ri-.wedR
c ourKig' by the mnartial strains of hii.
rountri's songs. ".MuNic hath chariim i
to (oothe the savage breast." antd still
n.ore, to cau ('i us to ','p or laugh
The a-amnne ith firait l lai.' mnio\inxg pi
turr i-the-.. ,xhliit suchit re-alil-t
?('ct lin-, tlhatl \ luntl ril. thti-e- w% lil .e -
ing are I d t, a(pilpilaud the ta gidl (cnIl
unur thil' lal in ,n r w) *'1. with the
Atiffetring
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thlt le I<-ctr ic Th tr r e ar I tht- Ili, -t
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a,!- ,'e r. dr ) --t iJ auoua .rs uorue al
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A WOMAN'S APPEAL
to alli k i r t in titflrr rore f rhb aiatainwlether
S uIAt A r tr t.t i.., ), ,i.lt c i s110 lubUust. '10 .
b la IL*6& I I|>. SI 1a tt. v klti- tad t r Uit &I-ta .l oa
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Tu. -1.o' tmorninig at 9:1.#t. the' la-t
se- .lon of th'- Institute will Ioe held.
Everybody is invited to come
Following is the irogranm
Monday.
2 p. m.. Devotional-Mrs. I1. F. Hol-
land. Conference Corre-ponding Svc-

Workers' Conference. Topine: "The
Strong Point in My Auxiliary and How
W.- It, m i. It It
DIscussion, "Our Literature and
How to 'se It"-Led by Mrs. W. F.

Discussion, "Our Young People"-
Led by Mrs. Charles Lamons.
Story. "Hour for Children"-Miss
I) .i Atlaiita (G.l
Evening.
7:15., Address-Miss Daisy Davies.
Tuesday Morning.
19:34. kDevotional-Mrs. W. M1. Pep
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Workers' Conference. Topic: "The
Weak Point in My Auxiliary and flow
II' *. It
Discussion, "Finance"-Le-d by Mrs.
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I'i .-!.:i. ".~.1'"ioln StudI "'- d
by Mr. F' It lIrilze,.i.
"'l'itIl, S'"* i' s Pni;v lDaths.h .

The White House.
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--- NOTES

VImSilY NOTES


Iy morning at 9 o'clock
OC the Kirby Smith Chapter.
Lwill prwent iortraltn of
tlvls i d Robert E. Lee to
WI ity. TI. 'exerrles I III I ii.
alp O musical Felectlohn a-,
Ste speecho-" of preentation
I acew. Trani i'ortatlon from
SS"r to the U'niverrty %ill he
the (onve)anc's' hINIia mark
IV *e college colors. The public
y i invited to be present. A-
bebs will Iw of a fin ." ord-r.
g this iN a i ry flit : il,.'', ,ei,,
tobib ting ie4'Ms tilrihlla. th. r.
lg without doubt a l].ir :,it.'t- !

L Cox aia d a 1rI ty 4f *-.1tii I
L jaents left Fri l;i 'r iO)aii
a mrti will mak- ,ar% kiiic i:
inc the' ,'w*-t rl ltt 1 ; o' : w
good to c'n)lfl ('rt (;;tiir 41' I'l :
SThey will almso -."k I 1 ',:i!,
S1lanesM wh('ere- t'n ri nt l .1 i
UlulaIng can li' fm'l! -tI !'",
w ill Ilk -i v h t .. i "
"lr y have mai li',l ou pt I'i :,i
iMustic network of hard r' i
At-4 throuKhout the State' Thi-
will be of great pIra'ti('al h) ,n-
S e civil .'gine :':;,; -i ..; i.~.
lsped that other henefit-4 \ ill N.
from it. If the' Ipltn I car-
S Ct successfully it will be ,of
a srviee to the xatlioUts cou!:ti s.
as it will h.elp to sy.t.*iai-
to read-building
p Mt educational gain l- hole,'d
Wr the rural schools. (rKod road.-
6ilp to improve all the country
I lsmuch as the-y niak.e ,o--
aiool cotisolidation. The' work
i4W Inure to the hInietfit of th'
l and will telnd to incroa,.. h,-
profits lHis g:11 "%ili o.
)" by iitjro\.n ut'- ii n t 'i
agI-a nmatt* r in \ht!li ti.e I":.j
iy is deet'I'l c iontcern. NI undertake n iIn rco-.; r t si
St State g,.olo) ical -ir \
eiMount of it will Ie tI:s ; : t,
Si ee of The Iiiv%,r tv r i:. .tl.
ya of which iil '.. ;,' .
i apphlia'i n
iMl er i lon oll tf t .. \ l i-I-t I
The I'V lvor-it! 1. ec. ** I v :!1 -
e the eq(lUip imnt o ,f tIlie d,, ar
IM t electric( l !i er !': T :- .%
prt3ent is rrow l pre i.ii. l t -. t
S students into ;r.laCtu..l e.ie'- I


Tl This will naturally interest
nagen ient of c'i'otii..i pjlantt.-.
h i apartment de-Iires to izet in.oi
6i with all the power houses ini ths
OIL
' Students have greatly enjoy ed-d
Whitt of Mr. W. D. Weatherford
I lashvllle. Tenn.. traveling sere-r
Stl the Student Y. M. C. A. If-.
IS several talks ahbot the Ib,.t
IA of carrying on the' work of
12lOl-iatlon here, and his %isit has
INIkedly added greatly to the ef-
blmOfts of olie ,r'. ,;:
pp MItents.
examinations foi:. r thoe tlr-t
begin on Jannarv -". .i nl
SDtlnUe foI a Ce, k
Bt 8. M1 Tracy t 0 i:\l. M+ -.
titly pay th) e I'tim r- ilt a i.-it
ly is mi o,.e of the ,blde-t andt
I a boanl-ts in the, I' iedsl
He was the firitt iprofe-,sor (of
S lat the' .lchii:tAi A.nri'il,: tr'i:
and has h'elil hs iil p -i>
&lr nearly half a centiur Nior.'
ll aduat.es h.|l.l 4 :lI :1 l e i !':
|8111ita than i ti bI creilit -l* ti
Ether teacher At pie i,.t h.'
principally s I I .i rise :i'
/ti to "how w I.at f,|, .1i ,'! i i
Sgthatu can be, sic(e- s ;.. ].s ;
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LCrou, .hi- isubsjecttt ho'lnic Cau~e'- ciw
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A Religious Author's Statemenmt.
Fr .rat \ ars I ta, a.!'i: I

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tit, ii I ill '',1% c ol''! I

a a 't : *- i :.4'. l i t it .s e,. I
tanwin-la I11mi1,I %,' late' -ssine-i. A'x I
Iat-:-ed > l~Ir,-qu#,wIy 0,vv *asi ;i


1 coluiin!t- .il:iing Filo y s Kititie.'
Z, niue-dy, :ind thite ain graidlually
ablate'd ..nd fiiui!n ce'i.-d inl i...
urinet bet(a oii, inii ..il. I cl, rful;.
r-coinmeid Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. MIcCollum & Co.

Will Drain Lands.
'ur\e,%or .1. \W" ': lo, ha- jut: re j -t ..
timrn d from i Micanopy. whe-re he- ha.
!, -'i etlii.agiK* 1 (I ;iil.ig off the lai *t
'?v t ,t land ftorintl 'ly (o lined t tIl
I' \\, 11 .- tit'e Tiit ..n1 d hai le. i,
n ailh.-ed to.% i II Shiitder & (Co ol
N,.-\ York. aii i; i i.,i. ii.-tend that
!hs y uill draam i oml, the- large' lake.
iln tlhse trait .it: ii l use the. plt: e for a
., i elat,1 l- field T!" tract coim pri-.,.s
1.4 i a* r a r.,s .a I : .the l.k'.- lth )e will
drain 1i- about i %-a(cre one. w.hii
i- >,.ail to bI'e ih* ii-.t Inui k land in
he Stl. t
The Meanest Man in Town
I the one who always wear a
frown. sl cross and disagreeable, ainl
is short andl harp In his answers.
. :ie ca,.e out of ten it's not the po or
frIllos'.s fault it s his lit.er aid diges-
tionll that ni.:ke hieii *1 .s-o iu i-erable'
-he can't heli being di-anr,-eiableh
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CONFEDERATE BALL

BY mlRY SiT

WILL OCCUR AT ELKO' HOME ON


TUISDAY EVENING.


Prices of Tickets Will be 2. Which
Admits Couple With Dancing
Privilege*-Onlookers 50c.

!- (.imi lhr.tt, I a which is to
1,' k i\it util l r the' auspices of the
i;l, MSiith ('hai 'er at the Elk-
i li t ii' T'i,..'da .'!l g ,l t,.pror, '-
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I. i .', I i:l: .l' lt e dn--;i w ith 1 i
lit 0 ti. u ill 1 a ,l i v.(tl fotr O th ., all
T. e I.t',io I keits ha0 n alrltdai



of (G: i{ll*Es.rt r I ai iarth.
Sairil h'ii tickets han .a c n pui




t ., ni at i, 1 iI1r t of i; ll r & ViiI ;al.
t le it..ic fs.r this o1e'nit i for the .i all
The i ent iis stvon tnh tte lrn tha d
itof te i fli rt Ite,. and parties
I.ot alrmlv h-iing ticket can ecuret .l
t 'ln t !. store .ue Millt r A Vidal.
M.isic for this occasion ill ri*
furi i -l i i i the .Gai e'. ville orchestra. 1'



SANITARIUM NOTES.






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Wire'! ,I:, ii r, t k si-t arilumas ritiday.
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They.. brought with theni Miss mIc'
Ifunte.r ofll- tlhe sanll'ie. lace. and left
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lr i .-s ii lteF was ol'rati- r(in on T
IfolIo !Tg day by r I T la sof and is
architect of N '0 tork art th, Sani-

ur daanld .rs Mtll aii nde Morr tona
went asit tohe Sathe tariunm ioir day.
iTh.y brought t with rth't MIsth lui.
tDont Take the Risk, ad

.hle- nttr waa oe a of J0dc ,ugoacb i
foliot (tha day hty It DIW,'iepa. and ig,
uow coit Take Coiih
C. A. dhelr architeci of New York. arrived Sat
uray ianld aiil re.mirah fn uder r.ilt
nr li t lhr ut t he Sani tarium fo le .r:itl

I is.. I f..1 "ti lSiii pa ir oi Sthe \it'l \
:hoii0i th. Ma .. tnili a lriv ao t the S:ln i- *

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do not let It da ra aloifr i ttil I t ile'
cnow,. chronic broncht, or dv
Ito an attack of p1eunmonra, but give M


r.i,.dy anLd you areN umer. f pro t
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repunathio i.d et'ill ,e ile t ute Soul"d
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Johnny Jones Expositiuo Ssw

Id irSt Truni Wil AiM EA"N


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TOM SRISSAN 00S1 UP. 11MtU P
Jusf o CarSAVEls 5lieHMm Up tS THE ONLY BRNE
SFour Mhe.SoFORBLOODPOIS
SChirged with the larceny of money. RIOOpois i
froml his wife. the- exact stain b, & & a fi the uoe and M uly flian@ ad certain re for
B liA3.4.T from hi s wife. the exact satum ng U d. .aimT. .his claim. not based a the treatment of aSe
E 4151 en four moIth by Justl U rl5 the dieasmse here and there, but its success extends over a el
IN iebst I -.tha. lorty years, during which time thousands upon thousands hav e
H iqban bas figured In the cotirts c eby aeuseofthisgpeatvege~tableernedy. 8, 8.8. isfirtoa lk
@Oo V 1o fer a"Da great deal for the Imst f.w w.'-ks. lately perfect blood purifier, able to go down Into the hIl andi *
UI tI(r A I ii~ :li and it seems that his last dnrnken Pimrticleof the virusof Contagious Blood Poison. It.leaniesan
spree will cost him four months of circulation, and in this way removes the cause of the trouble. ,;
i- pOtP EesR hard work, as h.- will 1w, unable t assisted by a rich, healthy blood supply, quickly renovates and renews
And friends that will put up, sumelent system, while the symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat. skinu ~~
S| P mByLydiaE Pinkhany's n to joy hip fln. discolored splotches falling hait, sores and ulceri etc.. drepa r "
Pji iJd Jen. 1, (.-- ,YiLyaJmCrlisle only ,nte.. nced the the body entirely free from the effects of this insidious po.on. hen
prisoner to three onth. .origin thoroughly clean-ed and purified the i rrulatim there iq nq d
teibut as he wa ,vgther(,n,, -ha"fnture onk-te blod is pure and the caue of the di.e t
^ Wl h halt WolU but he ..... n ..h.... ro- h removed... Home treatment BoOK containing awiny vahlat. e and d"--
s ldKy.- mLydia t. Plk. turned to his wife anid aid: You suggt tik-ns for those whoarecurinp themsclv with S.S. S ,. n Ian
d tab Co1-und has er- did me a dirty, mean trick Wh.'r- advice desired sent free to all who write. nya
St vta- done m a n the' "Il o Judge"' said ^I will T SW Spt CO. ATTA
t bi te hrees wor of oo a ive you another month for that. iIU ., A,
hN-@... p ei _enough I utlPmakingy ur 'tenca' fFur nDiittl- in Funeral of Miss Mixson. If T
W "M lWI be @vee by Hoe. from rregularitles, default of $1",, fine.." Th nrl a-wc,- oft lt4 N N
Sat. -rg s and Rev. ditines.. n ervTous -I- ,n largI hl at No
SA. D,. a ., t OSioa. nem- female trouble. Burkhim's Piano Contest. tended Saturday. being held from t he
41aWe t Ant4latsen LydiaE.Pilkham's The private contest of L. .1. Iuk- Fitr-t Italtist c(huLrcih Rlc v 1 !
l Vegetable Comn- him Is attr'leting a great deal of at kone'-rs oll.-nting.
4 .Putype adad ther eme to perfect tention. and the cont.stants in th, The remains wer,' laid to r.-t in llenl'US Sti
Jet to be eomratl- health kept me race are working hard for the' cvted vl ev.rgr..n c ni tery in the family
of bear- fromtheoperating prize. Miss Ellis. for the haniil. l'.adis urging ground there, a larce c'n. SoveDir Sheet PI tcur
SheSt ff 1SbewiBthot-thbi with the High &*hool a close, second. course of sorrowin friends fol i Pcr raine
I vavtd 5 I s rth S t., Loum sville, Ky. Following i1 the way the vote .stoaNl the remains to their lant r.-sti,.id Frlcs
s en9t sa of this A M OpemadhO Avoided, last nigit:
N 1o a -,a swill be Adria, -" I ifered untold Miss Dorian Ellis ............42.430 Fever Sores.
iu b to be ele d 7 from femlle troubles, nai my High School ................ 4 .1 4, Fever sores and old chronic sores
ai a ration wias y oly Capt. Alvares ............... 1., hold not b haled ntry, bt
e t b ek o ncam"lh, chane. ma ad I diem s It almost AS Mamle Cannon ................I4.361 should notbe et in healedthy conditionrly.but
9 A ,flt Ake. tebh church, much wa death. Lydia E.LPinkha's' s a l should be kept in healthy condition. i Ust Lim, SUK
P6ta i7chool VtAlC p dco E ly.ci aM Shanda 3.t" .A. .eb ......... 23.41 This can he done by applying Chamber.
n 1.orgail- without patLon. A .Anita Groff Ne berry ........ 2.4 lain's Salve. This salve has no su-
ft As ewmtlued to two ed Mrs.a L W. Jackson ............ ... 2.2 perior for this purpose. It Is also
I s eane is a formal -ms eslTrs he owner o1 LydiaL Miss Mary Fernandez .......... 41 ost excellent for chapped hands. sore
aet rmiatte-ta-at Plabemt's VeetM Compound toMIss Mary Ferande......... nipple, urs and disass of the
*! sa d furi sh th e flefrs d i =s. The great vol. Mrs. L. C. Gracy .............. skin. For sale by all druggists.
Omef l nSoltited testimony constant- Flossle Graves ................ 123 skin. For sale by al druggists.
I5B. Let m p lnhi proe eonehludvely that Emma Lee Hudson ..... ...... 10
Si fte mOeM E Phar' V table r e Co thoe For City Marshal.
?m l -' t--- mli *i.hr nIH k -AIi --sik~btwBdyfortlbon .......... ...
of al ig WW be- fednnk Lame Shoulder. I respectfully announce niyt.lf a
m1 wao tret tet ...m".no ... .This Is a common form of muscular candidate e -otht fo r at the *of Citi. : MLM -STACE SSTEM
oilg o ue for Stat AT TH CHURCHES TODAY. rheumatism. No Internal treatment i A; r i. ,1:,1!. it f ,l.,I, %, %).
Covpl it tese. just is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Lin- faithfully di-charge th th t t rl
te e te l or Dv. e Services Will e Held All ment freely twice a day and a quick office lwthout fear or favorr. I r,. e '-t t- an tr-
$1d1 of our cause can Places of Wrship. cure is certain. This liniment ha swtfully solicit th votes of all. irt t n
du so s vrotlo a means of proven especially valuable for muscu- ro, yordtirato -t Alahnnn. li-
t tLai a as of Services will be observed at the lar and chronic rheumatim., and r ctive of partyafflliai. no to Ala.ii,, l:,h
aB l ii i now tae n vartoM churches of the city today as is sure to give quick relief. Chambetr- (- I. I)ELL id, Worthi.tn s,,rines,
At P byterian C OLLIS follows: lain's Uiniment Is also most excellent t 't!er ey, andl al! ::r: er-ii-
ali, as b.t F A.L. Prtr. t Pr ibytervai Ch1rch, Rev. T. for spra.ti and bruises. Price,. 2 Many litt lives -av P,.'n -ao iTt,
SP. Hay-Morning service 10:30 a. m.; cents; large size 50 cents. For salt: by Foley's Honey and Tar. for eiighs. OWNS PHOSPH \TE .MIN
sul1,ect. "The .re of S.ouls. Sab- by all druggists. colds. croup and wh,!ooi.; <,ouigh. !t .
1t9 1*,OL bath school 3 p. m.; lesson topic, is the, only -afe remedy for ini'ant- STILI.,*, .AW-MII.I.S andl FARi.
2t'.... '- *The Beginmiag of the Christian and children a, it contains no oi.at t. Me'S..*age andl Anmer
o f M Cbmrcb." Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; With inevleor other narcotic drugs. and children for One Pr:.v.
iVetr subject, "What Makes the Yoke J. M. lassatier and P. T. Hicks. t o like Foley's Honey and Tar. Car, fil
s an Mal eetins gof Heavy." prominent citizens from South Caro- mothers keep a bottle in the house
B.. S.k.. i,. first t Methodist Church. Rev. R. lina who have een in the city for th. Refuse substitutes. J. W.. McCollumu Eat F rida Tl
ow e. their oscees o Bkdges--Sunday school 9:30 a. m. 14ot two v-4, %I: iting J. M. Spli,'y & Co. t loia lepI
Bf- ZS- diaretors were Preaching 10:45 a. m. League 3:30 return. to their hoines e.iterday. I-
g' e diemr. pw m. Preaching 7:15 p. m. This is their flrt lt it o Flor anld Subscribe for The Sun and vote for The Lo.i i s 11
a .. -1.. -trat Ia ittist churchh. Rev. 8. they are delighted with Gainesville your choice in the piano contest.


i9. 1em was ected pro-
L D in b am vice-preso -
We V. T6ahew. Mood vie pr. m-



S brs eale troubles: H. F.
"In J. 0. Ntkois, W .L. T omas,
S ,f.t.... W Taylor. M. Von-
L A. Aa Ntofhy -ad 0. K. Broom.

ache
0' Xrvos Headache. Travelers'
Odebe and aches from Grip. Stum-
| Tn s For Pnale troubles.
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WmL a m ALAMI VL.A


OL14 at The Magwat Cah Store
on all 6.- F% .
, dw2 '* 1I
ebi .qw .rt, 1, ~ I q.'I.. '


TE MAGNET CAStI STGRi-

DEBTS COLLECTED
ANYWHERE
THIRD as LO
DUVWAL SUILSISS
"FJA*CSIONILL1. FLA.


Rogers-Sunday school 9:30. Preach-
ing 10:30 a. m.; subject. "Made Strong
for Life's Battles;" Juniors 2:30 and
Seniors 6:15 p. m. Preaching 7:15;
subject. "The Eagle and Her Nest."
The pastor will preach at Rocky Point
at 2:30 In the afternoon.
Holy Trinity Church. Rev. F H.
Craigill-Second Sunday after Epiph-
any. Holy Communion 7 a. in; morn-
Ing prayer, litany and sermon 10:34)
a. m.; Sunday school 3 p. l.; e'veeiild
prayer and sermon 7:30 p. nm.
Advent Christian Church. Rev. J T
Johnson-Preaching at 11 a m and
7 p. m. Sunday school at I) a. in.
At night the first lecture' on a wonder-
ful illustrated hand-painted syniholi-
cal. prophetical and historical chart.
thirty feet Ioni and five fe'.t wide'.
will tw given. The chart spans the,
entire time from Edev' loit to 'den
restored. Special iiimitation -gilvn
strangers, minister and all stude'lni-4
of the tlible. These lectures %ill last
all through te w- eek. each night
St Patrick ('Catholic Church. Re-\
V' J I.Nnch Mass will he held at 11)
o'lo(wk iII |ll' mill i uf the iIlM h
Roiary and Itehidleltioln at 4 t6 ill
The Pure Food Law.
Se. .i '. 'l II W-U\ 1 i"(i.' f
tl.". objet l-, of I!..' l.'. t ill' rll
the co lii- liu r it I,' o. of e i


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FLORIDA EXPOSITION


-FAIR


Jacksonville, Florida


JANUARY 20th to MARCH 20th, 1909


Magnificent Display of the Products and Resources
of the Counties of Florida



Agricultural, Horticultural, Mineral, In-


dustrial and Citrus Fruits Exhibits........



OREATORE
AND HIS BAND IN DOUBLE DAILY CONCERNS

PYROTECHNIC DISPLAYS! BIG HIPPODROME! GRAND MIDWAY!


COME TO JACKSONVILLE AND VISIT THE EXPOSITION!
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THE DAILY SBU: OAINIKVILLk, FLORIPA. JANUARY 17. 1909


M~g~un

41- OS9"Um ol 016110.eil e
ANY ~MWaid Mhal w

!%opt Coal-Ownste Rom%


su-See. S. ToLuuowum
~ Wo. published #ev7 mono~ing e.3
ditlered by aerir'ief I u tbe cit v. o
oft the t'slted States, postage
tatty: gaw.%lximonthe: It $%three
40 soatef'l'se V* eks.-Otridl7is

seticesinlocal i'otntinitoctntoa line
a.and% cratstfor each a~d,1ijnal
..mpl, dve1IIfe~made kno" n e

job~mcelt -un .-aan rig ht rage, I, rt v
pow. pubtlohec! every Moin-lawanti
Sad containsall~ the news of the
OWLState land geuctal, and imail be
VWWfree. to any part of the Vtnoted
(gamim.for t 5:K)a year-in ndv-anc*.
a.fmrebills become due after1fast
binmtmdc. Parties not knows to 'a'
il~se*601to par for adverti-in'! in nel.
Aaftms. THR VARY.VatIN.
GAlNESV ILLS, FLA.


'we do with ~h.
D what eati "e. ddto c


k-s country is not the meialy nt iaf io
So billn dollar class. The' an-
bhedget of G~reat Btritain 14 rapoid-
I mbing that figure. It costs
fa cut a wid-v swath

$Whae of MinnI-tsota. %hicb lia-4


POWER P ROM ARTESGIAN WELLS.

The lipf,'e' E rte-Inn we'll,. fir l'ou r
litrlmi!,ee fait teraclk'c grtimlug rap'idll
III thr Mipi-inp4p~lPifValley ueclarcem fit#
rt-bniary Pcpt:1;ar NM,'chatirti~e n at
IlluptratocI art if Is, (;e-srgria. It I-
paid. hap 414m ,.:ih s olIs' ,"me (if
s which furnidh "~vr tt rimu small
tillsN A rt*,sIan em. # IN fiiirta,-h fIIIre
lire'so-mre fi r rito NI is I -- I I, I .d at'.%.a ?
The' :art icle'-.~
'At jort-svio th-re' ar, emithtit fit-
('c'rleolato' ILicits C!~ipt SR~aTn-th tit)I.
tha.'n ',so itrv-iaii lk atdioIt I-
4 0 1 N II i f a l le ch ie l t .% I I I rt 1 : 4 S w I l a
.%atoir .'r uij-l'l' 1*c. A :it. r Ia t
-IIt IV ?~e J' .1it it I -, 'v1- .1
v.ai h Ir-, I. n4'c hIt~ I;I d tt, -. r
*rhu.#. wo'li" %at% fre'ii 17% IV,7
tee'? Ii l ie~t1Ill. 14114 ij. t l .
m~ith 'eceeee 'see.'ali'ic ec~f 1ur.' rr. -''
%%at,.r dita: "Tfi art l'ec.:t, di .a
:it irro.viailr 11114 tlmpeit t in. Imltu.e

t'oIlleh ''i l ue V iim % l(!Ih a !
*,to ati at xrad. too ( rr, t hs.- %% at -r u


I'l,. -atitar% -7.(eft fIcc itit) j,::I1.1::
%%wt. r-. 4e I thi g. tiral lIV- 1 i f, ,f If
ni'. u i-. cis o -. ait it (i cmhitimhci :s.'Ahet-.re
ths-Y hit%~.' c-, Iw iti-eel feer Ii t'1cbini-r w


Amei~tht rna t-tirgha Tlle-littl.e (.I,%.(if
Alloatay I, a flnu:' e'maialet.. It ha- aa
1'.1i1tilatiejn Of :h!K)Ut V1,*'i'iand is -~ itu-
atcd ()it tht ibanak,. oilthe'Flinit ra' e'r
wiith iiuanireeu'sswamps eand lowland..
no-ar 1) v 11e'forv fitc.- celac; N'tioia of
the art.'ician m'.e!I:. thi- risking amaltur
was (chj~aiti-d frona '.!-hallow srfaee'
landd tecity a-ico-uziekrne'd
0,14V (W tht' iitp- t tan healt hy in (Gwe rg ~a
Ne-w I .X~aio %~ith the'.-zt a'cl'raeli-


4grwe. sed in population in round tin l r .. r t..*. .: r -,-o. att. m lt to
from 1..Noo to n.arlv 2... 1- consid-red ( allhno-t a health re-ortf a r.--tion of trans ,ortation
ard in taxable ealth from .. c T- eu'):z anntti.- of Itrun- i k. .iin e r. '. 'i :o. a -omnlla-ha' tyncon-
ritdlez LI.ar\ andl Fort Gatalii,- ha\'- .. .* .
I toapproximately $ .*.,.n. c.-c
e ,'X ,e r a.n c, l -1" .i,,ji.>; r..-i- -. 'I, ,-l em hi'h ,M ( -rsie.e :n tit ct culw.i-z
Ia' 1:1i, r tt t! cro ate.' i r. yfi ( P tof
,e Assistant Attornty-General %ho Ie:hr t eat r m ,f
COOKING BY ELECTRICITY. l.:..h ; ai and thi to hinc' bw-
to fatigue the Standarli Oil
by making the fine $0Ife I.. o e a SI- ,he railrke. I- ma:n!ta i high
time will plut enough nh .' a to 'I r ia.h .- ; i .'.k,.g r t,. r .- r .
esuy t is tlic' Ba e e* It u'l i< juice atal leU h etatto wee l ^ r hear.-1! T., l.i- e'-t';.T t~i'
Wems ry to pay th*- ,national dt iti -h i -- ,tr .,t T., t.i ,t*,t ,
L array g' r p a h n .I, 1. feature r of the National Electric ,...i ,f l'r.i- :it I,'roan mu-t tb' al-
i f r a -, ta tlti( iti,, .1,i Show in-talih d in the Coli-uni. at C'hi lowedl Yet Presidtent Roosei rlt has
d revt -ldcu. ijrago. Saturday anid which will con- lt,) ine-vre-.t in th.' .ariff qu,!etion. lno
.';;., i l',plu -" <,'l :,-' *'' l:! '; a int.-r t in r. i. I i ng the* i'vopl'- and
6h Flornizathioa o, tian.;t;i. ,r. -i ,,t lacu.ai, th.' railroad alike. Arom the burden
rth Flor ta hae ro,-.iee forf TheI how Ihill d,, e:,.-trate. ti:t of taxation H has Iprecious little
S forf the pruonur. of tl. .i -: breakfast th-esm day.-, in the. mail.rti int.-r, rt ithe.r--lur'ing canipaigni
Ieb t of the products of the I -n uome. is merely a matter of pushing in this matter of railroad charges.
I ae for the State Fair. in rt- the button. The late.-t (,f the break-
to an lit\ tatl1,,' f. a 1'* 'lie
:a 1.-t ut ., -i' t tilt ,hl.,tric ,,.t-,r M ALT Y
nt. Liberal .-Ipa<- w ill.. l.t, ,. I ,, i i ALTV:PLANS
for this exhibit. III order to e,;4 'itc t The' ir., tI tote oto ia-t! -4i i;wod lM oso CeA Aell1
e the Ct,! *r-d ;.* l;., l > Flor Ilact'ed in :i \, .rti'cal .-t,.i ca tthe'r Won -m oga ".
Inaged In useful pur-uIit.- Tt" -, .of th, atig i> th Did you ever see a rosebush
t"oa desp e "ef ti t l 'cli i eite the moot ibeneflcin ea lr0nv 1
ileon of nigr-.. i making ,.t- ,.,h,, th, I,.d i t hurried a- of me.til-of sunshine'-a-nd of .
to bave Ik.k.r T. Wa-htii.t on ,.,,I,. -eemed never to a -halve a b
an addrea.-, tt t0 e 1.1 du> t Iic'al t'tookilgK will let' (Id. t io, l-tlate-lI that has a canker eating out its beat.
Sto, shao that it I- not eN|al. f.'.- Tal.t TOu aist s th causebetI Mye7
loot nts o( cigar ffroin Tanimia co ,al g e the l- t.
S S a o irTaia hbut practical and otconoimical as well I Tou cannot cure tadrutf and Bald-
e Inrst week in Janluar) '%re The electric ovenii ill turn out bromn Bas by rubbing on hair lotlton. ad
than double thuo- of the. amet h icuits. baked to perfection; the cof- ubbing in vase'tae. te-
of lart \Yar .howtng that the hatm I Tou must l-,,k to the eause of tbe
bLe 'r.n %imid.t tic h. j.rculator showm what iodern trouble-It's a germ at the roots a
belnsI tii ..r ul.r hit'I h it, (al 1 for, Ila ail elt l, tew.-Ir- your hair wtclh causes tt to fall out
vred contditioln.- Tih m tlthdr.t -m%* Newbro' Herpicide destroys the ger
Iohr immediate CtIimA iii- c luptiI ii.imii c)itiand healthy hair is the suare mutt
A gli>..,-' of. t hie de' *i, h taator pr- o d ba lua druggIst Send 1e. 1t
oallaitltlanc'. of bi.ui-ei.... ill g a ie,'al i th ',.h..tr't -t. stamps for sample to he Herpcide Co.
leo tl .r ai tg apl a(1ca--- ,l-t aI i ltt- th e i eot I
than ta it* tarl% i rt M elasile a It t ctonl -cet a the'mot two size& -"Cnts and 041.
Al eu ia this 1 narl.l,, r A~u [ >,,litical that ,ittli' colokinig i- the,& Co-I1Dld-I Ass. .
' All ditue t fa ,r ,t up-to-date, a There. iEt lo l3 i
Sece the. ge.-a.r.al 'u.li,.:-[;,Idirtyt coal to handle., no rti.ing a'he' a -
*f Ofrthe country. Hh% h i adI en -r 1 1nd ,a e' or other kaitd a hen i
it booming buzine,-.., a- it, ct %.I, ,cf that kind A turnt ,f a ,m- itt'hl
Sir Bot appaire.ntl. .r, flu.:h iutth ., ,l ,hho tl ier.
1 "cdling m, % I, lct', e...'- for P
4M3 and other xtrai. 'Taina ~ i ll k
Ib t th.. r 1a ,l a t ,,!,, I a,,, ", r lot; f r," .'AIf* g
01 o s Uelo t'jl ut h ll In l. 'l.", ,Is. A-- I! .- i I*;o
eI [rP't,' ,r. i a* I w ... 1. er,. t, h ,ilIt, at. r a wa.-
11 ev.r.y advau *.l L. i. ..I t.cf e-l "I- te te eI 4 la .' -. -M. a.. l. o
"e ,* I; l l t lck ('.,Lc -w' IsI *\ 11o tj.,** I :... -.I*w t r.r ;< :., -, f .
o .l O --T1 anila Ti ,n. .i.. ( to.ie.fi r' ,ib ., .eaeA
"".' -a I I I' a tt ltI
^ nati,,,,j -.ef... i'a i. .: l '.1 ,, AS ad'.-rtli~ing fluds the beat market
*II UWoda .n 1 of .- 1 ,, i.... I fo .r l thlug elke., hly hut f I r 'your
A1 e<> l'rito'l .Iii, i i I .41 r f -r Cc I le
ll pl~h.d t~, ''I tr I ,I.. .. + I ._IWWFI I


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Do Not Neglect a Col.
a im emm S. La w s owON
CAN the way for mrT OTM l
CAN YOU APPORD TO TAKE SUCH CinMCm


CURRENT COMMENT.

The IAuIs' ii.'(Cf)aarle'r.jouruij ai sp:s
Plat-' and Vsfco.le atfliret-ar) Iroje~cto
-heenild 1-' unetualt'. he-11ful The' pub..
licitv jci' -11if)tthe F. 4cletal nei%4ei.t~
Itniiaelt- 'ce! k -a; c sk.i ma e I ho- pr eoei
1-i te a #-e 1- ief the' iii: ieertaiarv f' e

- r leer,. in th.* ferria of $tats' f-sre-tr-.

lic fopilnicen fa' i-rat-l.1" to a tereacle~r
,r. v.e*, e-li ofI the' .utej'c I I,% (Con


"' -1 ; T~aft '1d -* rI%- A. ifcc lhc
S H. ha ,- 'j I.- r'. ctl.% fraick


al Iit), I? ut!dea- Ie# ~-fraeitkl'
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Ior t e: 1. ''r p

A **.. '11 pro.i1.1~rar' ~e hae
t- A' j .tri.?,aw, and
.. e ~ 4( ,- '! r t~I* e i. h% -i : i-
;Mil.et-n r- t! e -m- e ha-r ain'
%Ir 'r:i:' hza- :1e;1:. -'r a nd at mtIe i me'
-Loviiii it N) e!1=i-e.aaen Ce tcf nlo. hit'
1":' = cr ht tu
-d! aa.ig.,thait v-" ught to have- thea
0I.- ap.-? e --.. er~i he- that c'ani be
?e-it-. -.Ui pl..41 And. iu our opitia
.n.l tl!e-re- I- littI.' rs-A~oz0 for a ge'n-
c-ma! ad%('-aiie. n frteixht rate-s But at
!h-. la.. 'imo- f' r lld eeople w eill
ha'e e jadmiit t h *a go % e tli ni- n t
wic.h.-h it! .-.- :'adds. cicheav-
ily toe til'. clitt of e(I-. i-a andl
if,,. r al.g- ,g.ilr "*a!- an~d ^mhich. in the


CoWigh Cold, eere T hewaet,
Crop, W99epw *M
VRMOTER SH WOULD KNOW T _HAT
HOUND SYRUP @NTMANS NOTiNKS
NOT ClNSTIPATE ILDREN AND WILL
cum GR O UAND
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3w bmi fwarb bwga


-e oS ow aft


"W. M. JOINBO:


SG. S. Merchant & Co.


nefauIss io b hi


Staple and Fancy Crocerlos

Oral%, CGarde Sed a& 0Fortlas
sou"H amE SUMA-E am".uA LOM&


A OMpMe. asoft ayR. (caw.0"famn. b" own
sono Heal .Ui 3t. We ie mb so a M
a Iawe P ri nks. M ou $



Tampa JackDonvClle R INS


Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield ad lo-
cal points South... ................
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... .. ......
Leave Gaine-ville for Sampson Cty, Pal. a
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points Nath
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................


L. L glans Cos.e St


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RAILROAD


Goes "

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North, South, East and West


Cun.ult the "Purple Folder"


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e ', ,r ';tll Oil


9 A W. FRITOT. FRANK C. BOYLSTO.,
Di,. Pass. Alent, Trav. Pi. As.
9 At'tntic Coast Line. Jicksonville, Fleuida.
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If you sill take Foley's Orino 1.\ :'
ive urtil the Itowtls become r~gjiir
you will not ha\'e to take pulgai'tu
constantly, 3a F'bley''s Orino l.a\:tt!.
pt5etlhely (Ult-m chroulh (aoii j 'ti :at
and slug ish Wll.r I 1. ', t.'
J W M(.Colhtlu & Co
shut Him Up.


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THE e U a SAF

FOR PMAN


THE CLEMROT.
-E

pWO pme60 0 orseOmAm*
Now YVf to AlMm.
to Ag Lt. IlM-theo net day a a
mst-e aedsle--the atmboat CLs.
ma o mf the bart palnn sth a
ft-i New Tet to Altamy. The dis*
ine mmew hat IBe tham 180 mnse.
wain eem ta tIN tyw thour. a
"-w adlh as a triumph Is sped*
Ow pvwiomly the pamp betwei
OW two elIms averted feour day'v
ahest F ltoo had experimemntel
wfth amSS amwel yards, but the Cler-
at vas the frst boat be coMst.,ted
t a l1rge meale. As he could not not
the enoge e wanted In this roantry
he ordered O from England. The
ClarMat was so reioismt ted to the
Mllewlag waiter that It cave more
amPelon accommodatlons to tray-
etrM, ad thb yar IW. wbicb was
fte flrpt year of regular travel by
tmamboet. Plton made It a print to
tMat hs boat preelcsely on rhccdulnld
time. Curiously enough. portion of
the pabile complained of this. It was
aot maI well along In the summer
that travelers not accustomed to It.
ft#-ly boats had been held for
two hIbte at the request of pasen-
rs who were't ready. Pulton's per.
mereranee won public approval before
the season cloed.-Anacoda Stand-
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agt
Umple eiwedy f La ripped.
acktaf I rl ppe coughs that may
devtop toe pae-amoula over alght
are quickly cured by Poley's Homey
Maw Tar. The rem ad tafamed lungs
art healed d strengtheed. and a
dagmeus eeoaditilo Is quickly avert.
ad. .Take alt Foley's Homny mad Tar
Ia te yellow Wka-. J. W. McCol-

A Dead lrd.
sm2 0 Butler. the witty but ocemn-
ttr author of "Erewbon." which
asa "Nowhere," and of many other
lemautable and suggestive books, is
sow mof read than during hist life-
time. He did to 1902.In one of his
aoe.books be tells this incident, which
Nmst have amsed the great Chatlre
\ Tid Darwin toldM me his father
was we standing er the hibppopota-
M fate w ea a little boy and girL
a04 bear aad GvT, came ap. The btp-
p0taae- sOht his eyes for a minute.
"'Tat birds dead.' said the little
StL oom alongo."'



CASTORIA
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Bo of ( 44ffTS

New to Make a Cup of Cocoa.
Take a tablespoonful of cocoa anm
put it tn a tta cup. Add ode t aspoo-
ftl of granulated seu:ar and one table-
spOOasul of bollng water. Mix welL
fo that there will not be any lumps qf
cocuS. PoWr a little less than one-
alft pin of milk Into a saucepan and
cook It. stirring all the time. until
It is m-akled-that Is. until a film
ferns on It and ft beslns to blabble a
little. 8tir the cocoa mixture Into
th a and cook until it bolls up.-De-
Muaeator.
Every MoUse
la br should he worried when the
ittOle cmas have a cough or cold. It
my lead to croump or pleurisy or pneu-
moala-them to something more sert
oa. Ballrd's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at ooce and prevent
aa oomipllatoma. lok by W. M.
Jo&aso.
Suoonesclike.
Tto IM V,: ..," U ,,bje,- t,,
Horace twn ,use hb( nt It iiisu.ulilke.
Stern Parent- ('ertallnr: h e's only aft.
er *you for ,,ic uaoey.v Beloved on4.
-W ell. | .. d ftll't lhltt |r,,f ht.'N


In Which a Resident of Alaches
County Will be Awarded a Beautiful
HNward *Pan and 18 Certficates Val-
ued at $3,160.00 Furnished by The
ush& A Wfford Plane Co. Sole Repre-
sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. *f
Miami, the Contet to be Conducted by
THE SUN in half of uikeh & a-
ford.

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 I)e-
eember 1Ith. 1'OS. and 10 p m. April!
15th. 1909.
ADDITIONAL GIFTS.
In addition to the Piano there will
be ipsued by The Bush & afford Pi-
ano Co.. on a new $400 Howard Piano.
eighteen Transferable Duo Hills. same
to be used as a first or Initial pay-
ment on a new Howard Piano. These
due bills will be given In this'voting
contest as follows, to persons residing
In Alachua County:
To the first six receiving the next to
th highest vote. a due bill for each
for $200.00.
To the second six receiving the next
highest vote, a due bill for each for
$175.00.
To the next six receiving the next
highest vote, a due bill for each for
$150.00.
These due bills may be used by the,
winners or can be disposed of to any-
one for any value they may see fit.
and will be worth their face value
upon the purchase of one of these new
pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize
offered, a prize similar in all respects
thereto will be given each of those
tieing.
How and Where to Get Votes.
The following merchants will give
one vote for every cent paid into their
establishments for goods which they
handle:
The Galnesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Iron.
Hyde & Tench.
Whore Votes May e Cast.
Ballot boxes will be found In the es
tablishments of the merchants giving
votes and at The Sun office. Votes
sent by mail must be directed to the
Voting Contest IDepartment tf The
8 n. Gainesville. Florida.
Rules Ind Regulations.
1 The contest Is open to anyone
living In Alachua county who is known
by the conductors of the contest or
vouched for by .onm reputable l'rson,
to them well knou n.
2. No employee. attached or rela-
tve of the proprietors of th<. ahov.
nanm.'d A..'-, ar t-l(ihibv to participate
In riii ro, *,.', and will participate in
no manner.
3. In the eleijt or a mi-understand
Ig between candlatefs or other- *nn
terested in this contest, such contro-
versy may be referred to the con-
ductors of contest, who alone are the
persons qualified to render decl-lons.
4. In the event a candidate' decide-4
to withdraw Iroun the race. huch candi-
date will not be allowed to :ra:.af.
votes to the credit of another candid
date in the content.
THE DAILY SUN.
Old N'." w
Suh<-rihr*. Subt-zrli)r-
1.25 ....... 400 votes %',, otes
$2.;#) ........ l1104) v'utt.4 l \( '
$5.00 ........ 3.o00 votes 3..-',) vote-
For a club of fve (old subscrlber- i
one-year subscriptions (before April 1.
1909) 25,000 votes.
For a club of five (new subscribers.
one-year subscriptlouns (before April
1. II09 30,04M) votes.
For club of ten (old subscrlbers) six-
months' subscriptlons (before April 1.
1909) tS.000 vote's.
For a club of ten (new -ub -=rih .r,)
six-months' tihdbrriptions (before April
1. l94b ? 3&.Hi0 votes.
There Ih no limit to the number of
cldbs each coit,.lant may secure.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN.
8100 . .. 4.0") votes
Fur a club of fl e une-y ear
suh-I riptlonq ..... .no vote,
There is ou limit to the number of
luibs eac'h toiutest'ant may h.e'cure
Soliciting votes by candidates or
friends within the stores distributing
votes is undesired by the proprietors.

EG0. W. DAVENPORT
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to the public generally, is our sonnec. ment and in their methods of e-
tien with the extensive long distance sting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close tril
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Sell Tou
sociated Sell Telephone compania. phone companies is it possible toe ot
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhom
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any polM
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, rad.
In which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation. is -
operated. daily in commerce and for social pm.
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer W4
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HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

It pays the farmer to philit only t lihe lwt It'-s i
(question not of "hlow cheap," ,mt of "l-iv. ggoodI."

AOu Seeds Nave the Reputatio *f Being Pure and Reliable.
W an* now IbNking -rnlcr. for I',-a- a i < ti. r .i-, l '-. \W .
I-- 'will I. 1,lal to -vnel y', ii *rI o-. n r'-tuI-t. ----

W. H. MIXSON SEED COMPANY Charleston, S. C.



JACMONVII B RAGE COMPANY


STOCKS, BONDS, CRAIN, ETC.
Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building. Jacksonville, Fla.


We buy and sell Local Securities of .ll Kiiilol.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINEST ILLE FLORIDA. .IAN'ARV 17. 1909
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p.- ANIMAL INTRST
| GV SUN REPORTER

1iWepped and What I s
Mopp.frorml ariand


+ 1 (m *of the City.

& Co "dh'ltier the' g td.
Spa ticket at Rutberford's


,l mdd a1nd "l,,]k ul-
bs Ios at club rates
1 Key oymtvrs. day and
lgrlord's Restaurant.


If v'erur, frtomn Mi e..url go it) Aft,
When you ott. rta in. 4* or 1.-vIce.
cre-am from Mille r & Vidal.
Sloet al ami tition pald to lad ps*
Made at Rutherfiord ,Re-!-taujrant

On -ar.' at Ni,,!.., ai* Iait, :(1 \. :.-
(',, (*aI. i .-t,,
to-da 1,i I' i .

\V It \V I I.. i i
foir St II. to r-t'Lira too i d A nufoil

W ht foil- if :-t r;I-h 1


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Prof

night.


i but oth,-r can tr ollo % e 1 A .i< o., i: .;,:r 1.-... -. ":
K t well on creth Sa Vl!, i '.i, it 11 1 <1 Iioiln'1 S:.",I..1;41 ij
j tie-, at lo, I rit -! L ::.;'.
$1 and $1 -. hirt- at onl' Plank's Chill Tonic i[ guaranteed to
a& this cut sale I. J Iturk cure chill". ft-oer. colds and lagr;, e-.
Price :.c. Sold by W. M. Johalon.
a S Itradlt-y < tf % i('.cah.)ta I it r,,n t our i .-*! ;, h 1, ,T 3 a!,
s. bthe visitor.- to (;aini ll.- f ,, ,,. l ri t on t'ai(Mr S.i A (
ll grge't that s a'wa, :tL. Pure aptle cider deli% red to at:.
pM of umbrellas from n%( UlPart of tl,1t (it, for one, d.,i;ar i..r
mftt gall11n N. Fra.OisfCO. P'ho,, ,
]I| I w ha+''r ;,! -.t .t .., ,1 ,,; .. .. .
R gob discount, aid I#' g,'t- it : I I a t ,, < I t.
&l Co' ao t~.'i,T l ,> (t ; L. Cunshn .ia- .1 ('i r I .
]mllmmiK~l ili t iti; Sri, 3 :', 1. .. 1.. ^. ,,J- t "* .

C. C. le- Murr :n::' -! r f ,l::,
wern' atl tt'. ; S- n it. draw, r- frnt, '. t, -. k
the city ett.t.-rd:' for Moniday oi,;y at *1 < p.t- pair for
m kca. ibl-cu.-. I'alio. ai.d bloot ca-h Tickt ts on all -a!,-, 1.
m; Pecan ahd Fruit tret.- in *a- I i trklhim.
.I 8 Gra'.es Phone 1.t For fir.-t ca-.- clteasii.g and rti.air-
mone-'\ l' tu'in.g .- a tablebhe ilg m.-ind. ,ur clothe-- to Chas i 11l:
at llurkhini- grI.tt i-d th' Not the ch ai.-t. but t!lte Ut urk.
sale. :'.I t r c. 'nt (di-couiltnt _,:: V M.ai r t n
Ihyal. a lading I .ant'tr of Wh.n in doubt. go bhtre the m-er
Nmglto-ha -ection w.a- amioit ry drummer goes; ne invariably &t-
I iltors to the .cit) ,.<-trd-.> lects the best. fhbe Brown House
ber you get tickets at the meals are unsurloas-ed.
emdaction clothing salv of L J. R. J. And.er-on. one of the inidu-
So you canl vote in the con- trious colored farn,tr- of Alachua
called at The Sun office yetterda)
S. Curl of Archer %as among and renewed his subscription.
f viitorw to the cit. ye.-te.rda> There Is nothing more refreshing
I gruts Archer on a I oomi ju't than a gla!'s of r, a'p; It clier I
|th parent time -Ill it for 5 ceintb a gla-, or o::-.
tWe invite out-of-town lady shop- lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
I make use of our ilarlor- and iPhone 223.


-d their parcels in care- of our
Brown House*
Is Belle Chitty of Micanopy. who
bas o pending the ipa.t week in
city visiting her stilter. Mrs. J.
101bher Hill. returned to her home
Wibsom ia ad. ''i-atig a great re-
VMal sale, as the% claim it b easier
.l4 BOve the (cah than the goods
JlMk over ahat the' hate to offer.
"A you sill d.ubt.ti,--- h:, d -ni..'thtiig
All will intii er,-.t .,u

A WARNING
I have learned that certain persons
S presenting tbemselhes as aO
l9Ms and takiug orders for large
0IMeArM. claiming I sill finish them
SMn cabe the pittures gl eu them
Mw been loot-pictures of dear ones
fhat caanut be replaced. I Laie 0.-
A.PlOa. never did. and nDt r sill
& dWal direc!iy AIth m"y hiatruus for
S411 work I cannot afford to 1ly aIL
fr out of the prices I charge foi
blbag-graldte uorK I di, lUrmiK yov
11lang to me and )ou aret- not only
W agalult sons of the original
It will have a guarantee of a faithfu
1esst e and an artistic flnsh
SMITH'S STUDIO.
hI0111 iio. Florid,


GREAT RE


OVAL SALE


Having leased the building formerly occupied by the
Hyde Company, we will on or about February I st oc-
cupy it with an up-to-date stock of . .


High-Class Dry Goods, Notions and Fine Ready.


tc-Wear Goods-


Realizing it is easier to transfer the cash than the goods,
we will, begminning


WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUAk-ff

Inaugurate this Great Removal Sale to reduce our stock
to the lowest possible point. We have no old stock to
close out, but the idea of going into our new quarter
with an entirely new stock is worth more to the future
of this business than mere money. . .


THIS SALE WILL BEGIN WEDNESDAY MOiINK,
nnlt Continue Until Feli. lst. AMiMOm bt M olmb


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Notice to Confederate Veterans.
To the Stonewall Can.p of Confed-
trate Veteran You are invited to
attend on next Tutsday morning at
aine uAcl k th. i r,.utncl, Vf por-
traits of Gen. R. E Lee and Presi-
der.t Jefferson [tMis to the Ualver-
sit: of F-rida at ;he Vniversuty chap-
-.1 l. t'he Kirby Strith Chapitr. I'. D
C and you are also in' ited to attend
on the same evening. at b o'clock. at


For a birthday gift for your sife. tht re-idenrtne f Mr J D. Strtngfel-j
your s btt-r or the othtr fellow's sia- I*s the hi-torial reunion of the J
te- there is nothing nicer than a J Finlte Chapt.r. I D C.
dlaint tbrooch \ %e have roue lot ai HORATIO DAVIS.
ties L. C Smith Command,-er Stonewall Camp
The Standard Oil Co. will continue-
furnia-hing Salle: & Co with oil atid Well Practice Friday Night.
it Aill be retailed at l.'.c gallon not The choir ioractice fur the Winter
Aith..tatding the fact that aj.-.eaLh !1.0el CotnferecAe which was adjourn-
were mad-e to th"e t ,Tnilanii to cut ..Ad u'il t.. xt .tMot.da night has again
S .i- ou(Ut 14 l< '- .-tr-t.ed until the regular
Chkikering. Knate, Mathushek. l m'-itsg night on Friday. ahen a full
Fischer. Iers & Pond and other lead-, .ttendanuc ii d.-.ir,.d It l. exlpct.d
ing makes of pianos sold by me for "'..t the lead. r sil tbe wiih them oon
cash or on installment plan S-ee me th;*.- ocatuotl and get downs to work
bt ft r. lua ing \\ 1 1 Hi Oi. ,ra r r::t t
Hou,. luldig~Strangers Are Welcome.
Mrs Margart Patter.tso and -ot
rh Margaretr Pmtter o nd -4 111 A cordial invitation to all strangers
John Robert. fronu: Pomero. (hio ar n r to attend our cla
ri*.ed in the thiy e.-terday to mnakd, .tn to ttng ou ia
their home with the parent-- of her rcietang of the Young ent Iible
b u ,I t ; a hd M .0 .4 .I 1 1 .1 l i I'.o t ', ,,:.a
I :. ... 1 tl.- Mchurch Sutday morning at .*:3"0
.1 \ N .* I ft lot k II R WILIBURN Pres
.I M Turti.r ,,f l..tk* \i, wa.- I MRS J W WALKER. Tea(ht-r
I! (. <:v Sa tur l.i lit :.- ;.. I. : :
. r- ofi 1..- 4 11 a!. .t. i t ~ nt .tter of b itti nai I ut I
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mast tam hs wIm ml0 Im 3.amg
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am additomal mN. CAM I0a *d--lm
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FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. AP
ply ?'0 E Li.berty street
Parties having job prntUng done at
The SUB oIce are enttled to oaM
vote la the Bluh & Safford Plasa Co-
test for each cent paid for such
workl Don't forget this whea sa seed
it printed stationery. Read the d-
ertlsement giving partiealrAM re
guarding the contest and vote for the
lady of your aeenw


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SALSUMN WANT
SAI"MAN WANTED I*
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115* pm mtk an a lm
Commlsabw Tale Cowca

CIGAR SANNwwad la
bammity to repweseft ;
------aW ; $11$pm ma&.w
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Solicited and will be appreciated by


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