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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 19, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID01551
Source Institution: 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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. TI'ESIAY. .ANUARY 19i, 190,9


TEN CENTS A WI


NEW YOUITO HAVE
LT? 9 TAFT "MODEL.UB"-GTHIS MAN GOT PARDON


NEW YORK. Jan. l*.-Ani object AND $
NO O "% U N "'loo I iepof1noitrcrtiono.opr inosle$8 0. 0 ES


Oft Thsy Are In to a Prting


~guIn sum





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~ sum wifreL
Is mw D tohave
because th
fbndt so ladd In


IAd.ma Jr. It is
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e pretty etar- ut made a


g aa aria of e etd ontaMbl-
888; 0 IM M FirW lat rT.
m That aelW Taft dielam mlge.
n lTo tAe Praeoet h mw t sahoul-







r part of the raspo fllty or the"
advs public aentient which

s a attr of public knowledge
s aa the m ajority of the leas
OMepea MW the majority of t be lead.-


Iway&


s at the Republican party are now
bh98lle to the Presilden The atti-
tude of these forces toward Taft is
moKt friendly. Roosevelt's enemies
are no doubt urging Taft to cut loose.
fram the President. and if the latter
should do so Taft's stock would go
up 50 per cent In the eyes of Cou-
grew and politicians.
A breach between Roosevelt and
Taft would place the former in a de.-
cate position with the people, lie
wouldM no doubt be charged with stand-
hae sponsor for a man be had not
weighed as carefully as be should
Save.
nla the santae, Mr. Taft is going
ahead with the organisation of his
aatl-lIoocvelt cabinet, ifs '. .
tendency to cabinet construction. it
Ia broadly declared among persons in
touch with the great political Inter-
eats Involved, is toward minimizing
Roosevelt Ideas. And sls. tudency.
It Is averred, has displeased the Preal-
Seat quite as much as has the dis-
rpgard of his personal preferences In
the matter of Mr. Loeb's presence In
the cabinet.
On behalf of the President-elect the
explaation is made that be wants
all his ocial family to be a body of
mae who will stand on their own
merits, Indpendent of any reputa-
tion that may have accrued to them
hieldeat to eosnection with the
oosevvelt admilastratlon.
Connection with the Roosevelt ad-
lanlatrataon is not a bar to prospect-
Ivo member of the cabinet-to-be, how-
ever. Only the Loeb and Newberrys
and Cortelyos,. who were heavily tar-
red with the Roosevelt stick, will be
barred.
A slight exception must necessarily
be made I the case of Prank H.
Hitchock. however. even though he
Is a strong Roosevelt man. or was the
laut time he express himself. He
Is to be In the Taft cabinet, but must
not continue as national chairman.
and his position will be a modest and
minor oni. rather than that of chief
adviser to the next President.
The outgoing and Incoming admin-
istrations constitute a house divided
against itself. and as long as Preil-
dent Roosevelt remains at the helm
things exciting and sensational may
occur at any moment. There may be
a breach between Mr. Roosevelt and
Mr. Taft, there may be nioren w-
sage,. or there msay be anything Only
It should 1w borne- in mind the Pre-si-
dent is Just now fighting the ietpuultli-
can |Iartv. l-mnocrats should se(ure
good seats In the gallery) and uat lxi
the fun


Secure a tenant for that vacant
room through a classified ad nla
The Sun.


M. E. Church Celebrates



Jubilee of African Work


equip-
an au-
and a
every


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.-
ticularly interesting to the archit.,ts
and builders and to the real e.-tAte
and insurance men of New York. ies'A f Srv Fourtee Years fo Breaking
now being conducted on the north side
of Union Square. On the site of the
old Everett House a seventeen-story
mercantile building is rising. In it
lk mVW |6*mW-., MkJ W- e- -


toe *iaritects an UU contractor nr try-
InK to realize the ideal expressed in
the much-abused term. alnolutely
fireproof."
The frame isn the familiar steel
skeleton; It is the thorough protec-'
tion of the metal that will make the,
building indestructible. The outside'
columns are covered with cenient yor-
tar and the ihite'rior colunilmms by at
lea-.t three inche.- ,f h llow to rr:t cot-
t blocks laid in mortar r. The floor
ar he' aret or t rra c')tt a.i(ld airte ,o
constructed as to rnl(lo.ve the beams
completely. Throughout th. i.artt-
tions are of the' samn. kind (of unhurn-
able blockJ as the floors.
The windows sill ha'. fr.nw-s of
hollow metal. with pta:i- oif wire-
plate glass. The ri.srs .t:d. "- tr-ng-
ers" of the stairway. v ill Ike of e.y-
tra heavy cast iron and tlhi treads
of sheet Iron. Elevator l.af', ar'r e.n-
closed by walls of Fix-inc(h hollow tilth


blocks. A conl.0I tt. ai'ikui "
nient will be suppleme'nted Ii
tomatic fire alarm strvice;
watchman's clock system on
floor will make sure that no
even If one starts. %ill gain
headway with the cohtentb
building before being detected.


FARIES' UNION TO

MEET AT LIVE OAK

LIVE OAK. Jan. lb.- The executive
committee of the Farmers' Union l'as
issued a call for a State convention to
be held in this city Friday. January
22. A large number of de'leg:ites ..nd
members of the union from thiat St'tie
and Georgia are exii(ted to beh Ill it-
tendance. lion. C. S. Ilariret. I r il-
dent of the National Inion. waiii bL-
in attendance and d,-ll\-r a le-,turr.
The local county unions are taking a
great li'terest In the coining conien-


.ATLA.NTA. Jan. 1%a -There' are 'awe with hk OI' '2Co n the eqwl
fvw'a. it any jo'roosox in te'orgift a lito a rv istg1'"" :Ivt ti .tt' 4 le l it ving R..j
ag.Iort-'eInting the' iovs of freedom with vardoa'imt-d it a evcl Subsequently
a deepe-r and more' alwiding app~re'cis- (Capt. William- a% il occpqleoa to rI*
tion than Bruce. Re'~. whip a lieal'?oniy fthv' [htrb"In 1i t ?- etmake an inppimi
has; a pardon In hio jmiket after a tl~tm. re'turti~iitg frum thre,'t the latter
pt'nitt-ititt~ry scre lee of foiurte'e'n 3 ars, lpart of this a e'e-k.
lbut al401g aith it $-110 111 ea~h. WHI.- Ot erc e L' 1arved i:hit Reek
Reed I% a flarm is ecintit)- micgi-o. v ho :)%, %orking (i%#er t itias- hiring his fowl
%a;a com icte'ci of lor.'nkfec~ix hto a store' eefl ai -a.r,' -. I-c t'a Ije li saved M, I
iand :stealitig a hamn. F-or Oh-t off#ense'. tFaeh mn al ititho, 1!i.i 1- reyquil
buriglary, he' was gi\O II t he' 1in ilt of I1') cli4111, II IC lx ti ia a d
the' law. t%%%!itv yvai-s Iin tle' jieliteli- tam-.k Aftter lie' hie- comIittli.d that be
thi.1 r % -For fisurto',ii i (.. -, I- ied is tri.i- t~lio r.t or C) e( otitinIie war%~
a er'.' I a ;A' iit IIfit Du r ham Tn eol and in th# l Iet~t In.tance' receivqS
naali ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1,1 ..ii~'ek' iIt ~ Ilte Ae .the' rat.' (if iLhout 0 1cents
'ri'inits'-'c i i i .ac' ittal cut 4.(l.'a) a t-% e ilt fee all :111-'it 'iiona e orl dug ouit
agea I '()] iveC' (Xli,,i i.j-ivr ii Rv11. (1 -tl'ck c 1(1-C'tii to mk and who
1.d4-110 a Kv(f Ctalurlbi-.lllvd liti heat- hi,* pardmi canui- t. ca J I.. Gor~aM
I -'lit -I I '.f l i ,)II( r~i. j4l~* "ial ed 1 1 a-tt Ciq I )mta l ii mane'.-. awe"
hI I e~ 'a- 14-t'-41 'ae a, a t-) Ch ('%!,Ih:? e t i 1m, dis- bb
tie-ga '1.ed liorm. it good ei-4ieIIa to
ci a l'. zt ic('pt. l 1 i ~i 4 i tiii v' critq lall


Williamis concluded that fourth. ;
year, wuas a long enough service for
the- theft of o,1' ham.
('ni:;iilssioin r Wlliiams took ;qp the'


blze EDWIN SWEAT DEAD
of te FROM HIDROPHOBIA


OCALA. Fla. Jan. IS.-Mr. Edwin
Sweat, a well-known young man liv-
ing just outside the city limits, who
has been suffering for the liast two
days with hydrophobia, died at his
home at an early hour this morning
About three months ago Mr. Sweat
was bitten by a small siray dog while
chasing the' nimial from Li .)mi d
The- lbite. was not) considered setriou>
at tinh time and nothilig more wa
thought of the matter until a fe'w
da s ago Ilis little- ;.1c ar-old son
was biitt.lln i fiarte the dog was fiina l\
dri~ -n away. but a s .t has shown
no ..-)aiitolliU of 1 lie disease.


... 1 1 .1"e t L: 44.d (it-4-I .- h.`.cfUML..


SAM IB. RUSS DIES

IN JACKSONV

JACKSONVILLE. Fla. Jan 1.4
Sa1mue-l it. Itu.s. at one time oone
th(e Ist- know n inewsipasier nieun in
State. was Sunday morning oI1
dead in hi- bod in a VWe-st liay .tl|
hldging house Ills id.-tity was tW
knoii until ite was identified by 1
Timie.-I liit It re-Iprt. r wa l saw th
t'.' .' ;aftt r it a..d I..'-n c.irried to the
nlllde'rlta i: K ta;'lih-ll,- I
For :' .\-i tl \*.r; ini Ruis." U
he' wa.- flaiilliarly known,. %as a aM
Ior Tof Thien T'iti .- i'nton editorial! s~
it* wS t.a h li.t l u1i :1n eret a riters that e'\tr worked oa s0h
iai..'r tand ht. had a large circle l i


A I.IrtiI'i&d effort has -n made' t l i
A d.trmined effort has N-in madertrri,.id,-


ioiu anu everything polnits to a I ery t, the- a. horiUl,,.i to locate the dog.
successful mnetinig loilt up il t this lite the % s hae iot
bt ii siuce.-.-ful. The cit. authorities
BONNIE MELROSE. f,,r s .el-ral oniullis have' been plac-
i!,i iin the pound all dogs- found on the'
tily IH. %on Nosiky I strets l, without muzzles. .1Ma)or iob-
MELROSE. Jan. li%.-The town tax- erti.on ha.- issued orders to the' of-
es for 194w8 are now due. The Ixooks flc-rrs to shoot all (idoge fouttid iont lhet
will be closed promptly on March 3:1. -ItreveIt- whit-h wirre, not prop-'rly niiuz
1 '0. zled. In ain e'fflrt to |ir','nt aneothl-r
Rev. J. A. Watersac and famnill o Jurnotivile.l Pa. .arri r -d last Moiida. inlK ph3 ician wired the' St.ilr Itl ard
other arrilall in town are W N Far- (of ie allh Siatuiiday niigl i for the-
aill, Hoston. .lMaials t ithe' luffinan 1'l- ** 'r tre-:itt 1i t which h v il! to. gls-
Hoiise. aind Mr. and Mr (' A. G(;OaM t ft. 7 1..' ..
ain from ('eoloii %Mich at Mr' i.e-- S .cill lilaiiin? t I t| ;tlh aL;i- .1i-
M r. aud .M r. .1 'Pattermso i and .:i \,-r tl.'- i i I. ',ill, ; .1i, 1 .
daughter. .Mr ,tail Mr-. F '.iatt ersol. i h1 r I ti Io 1 I
M r. and 'I. ( W\\'illia;ni 1i-. S 1. : f 'liI \1! s t 'r,\.
M ulliii l .i:ia i i Yt -.erwa d i ft Tu'-r e I 'I t!i .! >-Il all c ih llr, 1t.1.


cda% fer ior a t Iahl-ng ttli o1*tai siri's
itt~~~~~II %.k iI4-.i Ih' v-lli C-i :obe
'I.'l Al ae ~


WAGONTO, duI Proovnent Raoiroad Man.
1% %% 1 I Jma L s'em 1A III oo t i.. 4I. 1*t41. 11 gltbt i~la l I 1,t 1 ;~. I.!.
IProldent and M rp ltue,e,,%, ttilt .x IAm ~I.. ..~It .6i 4 .a I_ 11
*.asmeaor 11r)ctl antiemil imb eli gI~~1*- 1 IllI 1 &'. elel.'A la. i it 1 ut lap. ''j 11 ''a a i
w4 amiemabLag.' thrre m a, uaaII.t~ 4*4,if'' .i ''Iaa t -l* 1 t Im1 -i.
veeilwday in bluuu.aadr) 1--l''itdil-t fvox~alt, .~'iIea .4 .14 ii'i'.lLehi, ,~ 1 &l It
Cua~iSIchurch. this. e io tCIt- dlttii~mm d II4 'IiIII' 0 I.lj. 1 '. .7 I. I .
lWAW val.. eii atiii cr 9' P0. l.. 411 04 'eli f. Ij. 4Mll* II .%.1.1 I, *f I* 41 *. '., e .. I
Vb fhiareh In Afrlt s lit1(i 1'aj 11..'' 11 11,41 t e l. t?, .4t.it I, Ih7..it tj V
gas of 1kvIh U IIt~u -I e'A l-tIa I f 'i.. 1 l Ie1
is Africa, U. uKis t ,,eJ v1 _ti t*ft Ia. cl.a i ih-tiej I If tit_ It~ a. re 171
Whkss. bkk It Is V~j'v. i&t 41 i,. 4' 1 A U6IItx )*i u i~~mtt I If )~uL AU t fOUnd any tLAIIIS St4 It
Sh"S 11mAAfA UdLin1k.the igucil WS 5) ji'aiia1,ahiI aat lir14Iae U l.Want CUluMA. '


;.'e Ic


\.nt" ad<. bring results


For a long tim hlie was theatre
crrlic for The Timn--t'nion, and -9
wel1l and favorable. known in the tdi-
ri('al world. .Maiy time's this MaDs
have the older theatrical m1na1l1
who have ,isite'd JackonvilleA "
the (jquestioin. "'hat ba beco d
S1mani Hii .s"
lI* l.-ft the- s.-r h'iceb of The Tlha
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TBli T iMTUA

FOR AN ENTIRE DAY


CALIF


WOMAN'S LIN

SESSO AT CHmfld

DELCQATES PRESENT FROM ALL
SECTIONS OF STATE.

Afterasee and Night Session Held
Whieh Will se Followed by
S Another Session Today.

The Wouan's Missionary Institute
of the Methodist Church is now in
seislom in this city and is being large-
ly attended. Many delegates from
Outside are. present at the' rnmetin
The meeaUng was opened by devo-
tioma exercises by Mrs. B. F. Ho)l
luad, conference secretary, who chose
for her subject "Service." Ahe thor-
oelhiy covered the subject and show-
ed that she had given it much
thought.
This was followed by Workers'
Conference, each auxiliary present
taking part. The subject first dih-
cussed was "The Strong Point In Our
Society. and How Attained." Each
auxiliary had a different strong point
as to bow they were obtained and
were helpful to the other auxiliaries.
Oseesville saxitary showed several
straws points, among which were Its
liberaty, the cidency of Its officers
and attendance of Its members to the
business meetans.
The next on the program was "Our
Literature and How to Use It." Mrs.
W. r. Yoeum led this subject. The
discussion was conducive to a great
awakealag on the proper mse of our
literature. "Surely the thing we need
Is to read. to have knowledge." This
utterance came in convincing tones
from Miss Davies, as she in her mag-
a.2c v... presented and discussed
subjects. The subject of "Our Young
People." was led by Mrs. Lamons.
This most important subject was skill-
fully handled and was a fitting prelude
to the children' hour. bhich was in
charge of Miss Davies, who talked in
Chinese costume. Probably this part
of the program will result iu more
lasting good. The future alone will
show. because of the lateness of the
hour. the Institute closed to convene-
in the evening.


THE NEW STEEL VAULT.


County Records Will SoonSke Safely
Protected from Fire.
The new steel fixturv'e for the
Alachua county ault w ill niow be in-
stalled at once
( 1). l'ertell. repree tling I lite Art
Metal ('0o:istruction i (t'iiOp;tai. ofe
Janie-t-to i. N Y has arrnle:d ill liet
i'ity lir the i luri ,.t' of |ilac ini thi.,
Ine' %itt illn pIi ition and to take iut
the old ault ~l.ilh thilt- conipan1 iur
Mr I'ercell a-.-; 0 H. UOrk i n..tkin>g
t li. ( ll hi.e ( ill r, llirI* .l l,. I; t* I.

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How long ago -or enlterrirlte--as nieily a plan"
With aggrevbape sadcertiallig., hub long
before )iur |I>uli of ha t It is et te.
become is rualisedt


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ary Society program
last Friday night with


was rendl red
much interest.


the following being the program:
Quotations-Proverbs.
Son. Iucet.
Recitation-Ellit Hinnlnt.
Song- The five Hague girls.
Wit and Hlumor-Flora Cl.an:lt.
DIebate Resolved. That George
Washintion has 'en' thie greatest
general America has eer produced.
Affirmative---Johiile lmpier. Jien-


T. W. Sliands,
President


Wm. R. Steekert,
Vice-Prewident


C. A. Faifrelo
('ashier


UNITED STATES I)EPOSIT, RY


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GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


INSTITUTION OF LODGE MADE
OCCASION Po FEIsTIVITIEr.

Event Hesembled Big Fourth of July
Celebration in Which Citizens
Generally Participated.

Col. H. 8 ('huhh ha- returned front
I)a} t't.ll v I' e li'e he w It i(i ln.-tat1r1
a lit'ge of E.lk
lie Le'isrilte thi trip and the l. it
:in the ;no-t e<\tritordiiary i .,t ; -i.
hl.P4 )ver wlt',ep.e-e'd. The whole town
iartklilnted in lthe gs and f<-itl\e
spirit and tLe. itn*tire, hbusinesp iorti:;..
of tlhe. city % %a dctorated as ni% r
liefore- in it- hietor> in f.iact. It Is-
minded one of a regular Fourth
of July celetbrtion.
Over one hundred visiting Elks were
present to enjoy the fun.
The visiting Elks were met at the
depot with forty decorated automo-
bile.s, which carried the visitors for
a ride over the city. At 3 o'clock the
parade, headed by a goat brought
from Orlando and highly decorated.
began. His horns were gilded and
his other decorations were equal to
the occasion. *
In the procession were the iletims
clothed In variegated costumes from
red stockings to white hight robes.
with row's around their necks. and
when the procession ipassed places
here victims acre aho had failed
to get in the liarade they were pulled
out and a gown placed ult:: Ihem and
put In front of the goat. which gave
the entire population of thet city time
to Join in the fun.
About 150 Elks assembled and wit-
nessed the splendid initiation work
by the Orlando working team. Ow-
ing to the dry weather and warm
South windR the sands of the' d crt
seemed powerful hot to the notice-
and when they had crooseul the dte-
ert and the green fields of the oasis
loomed In sight they heaved a sigh of
relief.
The installation of officers. banquet
and speechniaking was of the higsh-
eat order, and the lierponnel of the
Daytona Lodge. No. 1141. ls of the-
highest character and no lodge will
reflect higher credit on the order.

HAGUE-PINE COTTAGE DEBATE.
Pupils of Former School Win Over
the Latter.
HAGUE. Jan. IS.-The Hague Liter-


DIRECTORS:


Dr. .M. H. Itl,'as .1. IL. 3Mdlin W. R. Steckert
T. \V. zi'l.l. elUH ry lDavis
Rolt. ). Crawford Jolin F. .lackson C. A. Faircloth

Ta Aw WBso dheWr tar r hil


AMUSEMENTS


Electric Thesatre.
A s;'lendirI lot of loictures ua- howlai
The e''!ihitluna of how a.'hIL.-.rt,
fished from thi 0(t .111lit-if %%a- m.
ob.-l ij' t I. So no t tI4o)t ". he 'f(Ih.L 4ttt'II.
%% hlti t:;#- drtaiatic. 1 ,at f' im 'are *rv
.'ajual toe thue:.' e)f11m% 1ht atrl(ii ei.i Ptx'.
iuImelIthe'(b *.
Edison t~a as:iadc the' anti u irviiit -it
that lit a short tim'' 1w t ,1 h~v 1)*r
fected a ne'A iiacne lli'arraniz, fI so
the ip .eeratov cani add the eladlegut .
and u intl !r-i-, '41 t i 11,14- p jic'tr-,
il r... I. i I I. i p vi f' t the tri:ll
h itios ~ .'1'.?it a'itisz-t

ThIie'1 1( timrethiu-. ..'ek Aill bee%%#-I
worth te.~ mg eve'r) itght


RICH RED BLOOD

Y'c~u Wai. Never Have It as Long ab,
You Have Dyspepsia.
.fu~t as long a-, .uu ha%(, d i*i:1
y'our foodl will niot peroplerly diges.t. ande
the nut r'~tio's elemnents fit the toted
will not be' .-irarteil or alworlov~l. anid
I ni K~ iAt r % a ttr) h'1) d'A f
Thie cofldtiontl T'i3 .of b ale* 1:-:c
e'rt at firyt. I utit t will elnee jiit .,s

.Az.%-steeaa,.ch ilviiiilit. iho hiding all
forri.. of iiJt~:o a, -:ii I-#-1- j i t
Iy ctired 1b) u~iiitM IHea1a3 rattlI .i.

sell cu 1 t i '. 1-4e iE ,'* I'd .l~O
Itzdq fci t-a.t o


The mighty (owerr
Seior.ete atnd Iet' *
pe'rfec''t .t c iion is


of lMi-o-a to ii-
theit' htialinli I tI
k 'tax n e\* r


nie Small. lola Hague. Ne'gatie-- ,. r,.
Jennings Malphurs. Mary Hlinit i, in: trii .- r I, leuiltn u: I
Lester Strickland. Reading--Maggie I ,i hi ,. tI,. ca For thin: pI. le
Strickland. ,: '. 'ci lit ilel I. hie .o it
The debators for one hour and fit .1' *. h to ro :,d
teen minutes poured out to the poiir r r .r'iii 'n t t lhe hi,.o It 'o:r. -
judges' consideration those realiltit' of i .i 1 .. ..-. kti.c- iienl i ,ic iiK
which our history has recorded r,.-.: ,,,., ** ti :,'( t iJ:n'i .t.i 1 .1
They devoted all the energy of their \\ Tet i.Hi.' (' '..' it f.)r
mind anii l t,; ly. and their %o)i'e-' s i, .I n i I i ,\ .uitna .e
ecLoe'd over the' heads of rmany. stat it t1, vc:r. r nt ,'ti- a ing the great "military tactics of the
two greatest mien our naibtlve Ciiuintr
liha enter put forth-Washiangtlii and|
R E I..- l. Halig (chli.rge,.l into I th
line of I'lle' ('oe tt '. it< I in re.tii lln
the firnie r receive I a d,''rctielli< tir
Ibut fortuii 'at# l tx.\ Ih -th-..l I.%.Ml \ t., ,VV f f


Iilai.ke'aziseot h 'rI'II-- h rJp. 1 oI .1.. I.
I miii retl-jo d-A t% 1r, ittlue k aijld uo
tag.' II eaztt rh.1"d 1 Ale. 1r11.'- 011.'

Ita o t aezr it. th I' &I uf i ', %%I I .,I
.ii igh tt 1 ii' ur ic o tt ;
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If YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE


x N' l I, W
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he' O&Ssdroisa et..s am. mew.do8eo


Furniturel


for


Room


in


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Prices


and


Terms


to


Suit


Gainesile FMitre




Breads, Cakes u

_---Pies===


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l~s i i~l't~eM 0 1 t pdrionte~td 4
i'.se'ry, A4c- tinre Ii'- jrjAi~d too



g'KEYSTONE BAKeIT


CURES CATARR ASTHMA, -. -ar, P' t .
ramchifi Cro(> a and Cot.k of -- ---=
moocy Sold guarantcd by -- ---- --
J. W. McCOLLUtM (0. Sun "Want" ads bring re


Enff1

ALL KIN3S OF SUPP

Machines for hi


R. C. DAVIS & 0t
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THE DAILY SUN: OAINE8VilLE.. FlRltIIA, JANUARY 19l. 1IN,9


Ull B HONORED

i MT CHAPTER WILL
PORTRAITS TODAY.

g ISpeech *y Col. Chris.
ig ponses by Dr. An.
ta off the University.


,,ysntmcp for the tran-ijeer
eW public to ar~d tro-n Ow
will com wlrt1T.'tt tI Is. -!Ih

to be giton thero at th,


I" Leby Kizhy 5(1!t') 4Th

Cool. ('hr 1-toph, .
gmtth and ~'..
filty. Otl..r .

smsical Z." 1,

and 'Mr. Peck(r- 4
"kal to he i:"g 1,% Mr KI::i


Ipowin.L\


I t I


4 J. FINLEY CHAPTER.

iteial and Reunion Will Occur
This Evening.
-mmal historical. nm. nor:tl i '
gmmIoo of the J .1 Ft.'.". (".:1,'
9. O C.. w 'ill t., h"lO l "at t.
|- of Mrs. J. ). Stn ::::.. ,
HlMa from s to ,tiok. at
a tde the folli:> i r .-. "
to.dered
Pik -Old Kwi;. i,: N :, :.
^.-1 11- L.)I: : i 1
Of -,"Way l,,i ,, ':
= ver"--Ilv 'ha; i. r
S<" ::,.' .' !
^ oiMm1anda:it St ::li C (


~efor Ch..: t u-'r

h.mA~nuie liir-~ i~


DOWss Historhicl-NI -r,!. .1 m'2r:,~
'Maa l=Historical Ct'uwi!4tto-t'.
Rik Song, x'ile~ettA -D~r CoS


MbMs Wonn.*uall Cmr:1. U. C 1'.
WRdIce Pobt. Gi A. R.. Kirby

1299ters. are eoru!1all ini it, 'd


CONFEDERATE BALL.

i Ma Promptly at 8:30 P. M.
at Elks' Home.
hbStederate trill uiid.-r the au,.-
611f Kirby Smith Chajit.r uill tb.-
the t eltnct to truin-jire, to-
Ilb hoor of the' birthday> of (;G.n
I. Lee.
have twben ilac(. at th.
I eOe of $2.. 'hich a.luiit- oni-
T IMh dauclig prl .. anid
1 dalaioIrns sill to. <-harg,.d for
b Mte of ."5 cexits for -ach .r-


f-i for this affair can !6.
I 1 ladles or by calling at
Hi Miller & Vidal.


had
the


ft Confederate Veterans..
stmes~sall ('at11of Colff d
VTeran- ', Yu arv' mito iid to
this niori-iig At Ili 1.0
thle j!-.-ir~,z 1,4 j
G eni. at 1. AtJ U', :-I

IN "rida. at tii' I -. -i 1 1. (
60 ]lrb% Sti.ith halt~' r F 4
You are- il'o ill% it.]( 11) U t- Ild
40 .* o .l: t i 1-m1 k at
Oce (if %! r I SI. ,! I
chap,. 1, I

COMudr S t,z,, m 1'


lIL


crf a Lee
*, 4 4


1*4URE A CCLD IN ONE DAY



L ~iikI",


(


BAIRD

HARDWARE CO.


BRICK

LIME


CEMENT

PLASTER


DOORS


SASH


BLINDS


SHINGLES

BUILDERS'

HARDWARE


)ur prie- ar. right. We


STATE WITNESS IS

JAILED AT BARTOW

WANTED HERE THIS WEEK IN


BEXLEY OSTEEN CASE.


Sherff Ramsey Wemt to Bartow to
Return Man to This City to
Awit Tra'l.


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S OF CITY AND


are' i pi.-ltit to ,Ilake
pr iopt delivery. COUNTY CONDESED
PMOIIE 0. 7
1H:N W- T \V. k- f S''k t is li
," < i Ai:.-iz t r ,!.ught.-r. .1M r-

PENDARVIS IS AGAIN ,- -. ,..

PLACED BEHIND BARS. ....


IWa ".:-rr ;- a !r:-e w .
MAN IS EVIDENTLY CE*MC',TEO '%. k,:, -,i~~...,II %n Lich 31.
OR LUS:NG STRZ-%G OPIATE. 'can dri'e yr-r 3<:an. L.d puri-oeit

Not C-ify Did Ai fe ar-d Ch-ldren Be- -4t4- tI :.*
come Afraid of Him Boat Neigh-.Lo
bors Made Corrpiaint. !1.11.. A.,~ ~'r

Mrs L. Mathiz, ai:4 ao chil-

r- rr.as th
..iK". liti Ma J.i A~~ ~. '2. i
i*4 liA I~ i.'t ie~. 11' lo-t dl4-fine.u i Am e~ntrup'tions.

Fir hth I a:- t iu..kht,-!.a, h. (r fia inl-- a t i.a~eu
gradiuallh g- ttii~g .i ur-.v anditd itn1.,aid o )imuiitrt- b. e,km t. rdtwk Itbowod lilt-
hat e ~ ~ c i th ..Lrnig th*it rs ib a cl.-an-aing tluLxi.Jto.iw.c. akev
.Ieihat rhe vtho hadkrilyt ake-nin hit )u clear-vt-y ed(lvar-brained. .cluar-
%% Ir- in to k-. .j. Lter from be-ing I-:.-
tLari it 4 Mr-, W J Car-4.:. nd lt. :
Sui~da) he ltwtainf. ,w)' olt nt on th lht*,:,- oui of Pak~tka ar.- iai ti'.- it
iteetu.* at t hc- uinrt-hl % ~as ( OjLI_ ofii!Mrs Ernet Molnear Al rv
144 l1vi4 to4 1.44k him upi. and ihe.% aia fln. Carmpua. being Iiex'ue.r.ijwJ of a vio-t anil-


all% turned ou-r to, the county au-
thuritles Somnie people lbtwlie\*. th.-
I! ti.i u.ihK a rtrongit opiat'. a. he'
Alvwait iuller',i, j .it an ?-(mill a.- hei i."
'*i tInfl d w'Ari r*- !.*- (-cant(n t ge't at an.-
rhing % :tl,- ot r-r, ar," of thi <- i,:nhI'on
that I..- .il-ani-, aind ohui l.Las tIh.-.
. sK-'I !- o(<' a.i. 4l1 ll

The Meanest Man in Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown. is cross and disagreeable, and
i short and sharp in his answers.
. ;:ie causes out of ten It's not the poor
f* llo-w fault. It'* bis liver and diges-
tion that make him fe -l bo miserable
-be can't help bing dl4,agretable
Are )uu in danger of getiin g into
that takinrg l.lal.rds li rblue for your
!i\t.r the- af.-, sure and reliable vege-
table reKgua;ur Sold by W. M John.
5(4 L.


Bexley-osteefl Case.
t\i:: f St it k".- ,tA Stit. At







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aitle di?-3'oox-tion. iis L.akit1g mall)
fr. ii.d- h-. r.-
T.-% Co::,-tor Ii~ckim-i.v and Ap-
,*P-i.or $..i1.OiI I. ft y -t~rda.' for Iix-inta-
in Wc~tt.-rni .th- go

,i- 'i eIlIa6 a!.bv:,4 ju' ,, rt' Th. 3 % ill
I'. abortet thti.- en~. ..e
('alst ae~o I.'rich left ~~ for
Itrooksi ill.- for tht l'urloopw of amakinig
t he I ir*x',*- lta t itint apt-ecb for rb,
I t augh to- rs of the Con fedc me y on
Tu.#-day. vkhi-n the-)- %ill Jan-seut (itU
R E~ Lo -va jicttur.- tothu higb school
It J Holly. editor and propericetor of
Th.- Sanford He-rald. sx' aj4 amog the-
%i .itors to the clitv *-ix''.rda.% If..
till o'i, i -.inw j Ir' e3rt% he-r*e and
% a,, in the- cit'elookuing Afti r hio int--r
0 I. Ii-- d.--eart- I hAt the- C#+-r.-r
cit. in. thte coiiilii (t. o~f South Fleir-


,of iio-ar AtI:ItII r. *.. i -- a to~el rAniI
"4 J4I1. iK1t ialk~gi ll- ill to IL.ti.,tI

i.I. a .i .i. A -- r' T: F

ILA !I. !-,I.,!-. cdirizigthe r


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The KI.4 Yeu Have Alwayeught, a" wb*
Inmw user ever 90 yews. I--bern. i eof
44~; md a" bee. ms e nadw rpop
msamiinme homdaa i
449R47Allows*mm todev
AM Con te-rfelti a l untatlorss a"" ---
Kiperimues that Wtrue ih a" iuertebad& 4


What Is CASTORIA
castris to a bannmlees ibdi~s0%- pow,
golet Dopsm~mAt" ab Sru. I
evontls, neither copium. ebie aer
substame..Its awe Is 11 gurit e sWm
and alaf)s Feverishnemm. It cares MIarhe md ia
CciW. It relieves Te'ething Troubles, ures Ce
ma" Fkftklemy. 114a mibes eFeed* igo
Stmchmad DweK giviheal~thyMA" I-p d
TheChli..'45areaThe Medrs FRGM

GENINECASTO RIA i AvWAY ,








The Kid You Hare Alvas mgt

I n Use For Over 30 YOWL


-A
THE WHITE HOMI



A Hew, Mue, Fir-stCss i MM
Steam Heat, Gas andl Electric Lights. Ce3naly
Located. Service Guaranteed.
W. 1. IEELm. tL LMU, Mi


HIGH-GRADE VEGETA LE

It pays the farmer to plant only the bes. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "howgood."
f Sfv pion dhm "q Fm Eds t
We arn now 1-wuking orders for lhs and oUher inmM selh L. We
%ill tI glaw to wend yjo pricn on mqu .

W. NMIXU SEEDPC AIIuT _oimt__

r sTHIR L JORDAJ. W. W. UAUP.O


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
PORtl SBiOCK GAN4MVILL. pLO



Fire. Life and Accident ** *,





Pressing the Fact


If-eliaa t~e4It irusindi s Jm
an- I.w .lnt l4)Our dutyi to
)-e~irm-l-, VuiW or ISWJIIby
lepie ir lwIopJatJ tanplO-
I'' ctwt'1.l7j gwpj. isj hstwe
% A4 f I 3i4 4 fitIVS7' th t t* i& M,9
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BEFORE AN ACCOhUW M
CUPS INSURE U TUE IM


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COMPANIES ::


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ap Mthsi a bov oa wawhle
whowe t labS
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fo LW -0 Msear
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da mouth Ywlo
MAk Ocala anu Iw-
*wed shla SwasmasRi-
morlbitoAk0*.a.High
ad Weuthlngtoa bgwinw,
Codr IKEn. a00all Iinmemed-

IPHitWPH ATRXMIN K?.,

I AW-Mil" 4andi VAIUPI
a~ pandl Ausuor




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I I A 60t SAm

b Ue Jia b a Wauie To


| The awpapes sad medical Jour-
ula rractly have had much to say
relative to a famous mllloalre's offer
of a mionll dollars for a new stomach.
Thls great multi-ailllonairp was towo
besy to worry about the condition of
his stomach. He allowed hip, dya~ip-
ala to ra from bad to worse until in
the end it became Incurable.
MH aftunI services as a warning

OveDne.vwh i suffers with dyVimp-
Isf fn a til year will give ev.*ry
thing he owl for a new stomach.
Iysp@pss la caumsd lby aUi abnorni-
al state of the ga-trlc juic'-.. Th.r.,
is one element nislsng. The abhunee
of this destroys the function of the
gastric fluids. They lose their l)ow.-r
to digest food.
We are now able to supily tho mi'-4
Ing element-to restore to the gastric
Juic4 their digestive power. and to
make the stomach strong and w*-;'
We know that Rexall aysM -wpla
Tablets wfll positively and Iperma-
neatly care disordered stomiachs. Indi-
gestiou sad dyspepsia.
We want you to try them and will
return your money if you are not
more than satisfied with the result.
Prlte. 25 cents. Only at our store.
or by mail. J. W. McCollumn & (C".
corner East Main sad Union streets.

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


s OWiew.:
Governor-A. W. Glichrist,

Secretary of State-Il. Clay
ford, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
hasusee.


Talla

Craw-

Talla-


Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas-
ae.
Attorney-General-Patk 3M. Tram-
mell, Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture--B. E.
McLn, Tllabassece.
Supt. of Public Instruction-Wm. M
Holloway. Tallaha*&ee.
President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris. Key West.

Cmwry Owem:
Clerk and Auditor-8. H. Wienges,
GalneTville.
Stpt. Public lnstructioa-Dr. J. LI
Kelley. Galneville.
Sheriff-P. O. Ramsey. Gainesville.
County Judge-H. G. Mason, Galne,-

Tax Assesaor-W. W. Cohema Gaines-

Tax Collector-W. D. Diksason.
Gainesville.
Treamre-J. D. Mathesou. Galneas-
ville.
Supervisor Registratlon-J. C. Mc-
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commissioners John G.
Dampler. Chairman, Hague: J. F.
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
O. P. Cannon, Gainesvllle.
Members School Board -R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; G. W. Miller.
Trenton.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Gainesvillle.
Members House-Syd L. Carter.
Ganlesville; T. A. Duke. Santa F..

City Officers:
Mayor-Horatio Iatlas.
Marshal-Il. T Arnow
Tax Astt.ebr-or-ll. R. Colon.
Tax Colhector-T It Ellis. 8r
Clerk and Trv-ajum.r .1 IMa%.y I) l11
City Attor-,. \%.S ISrowmne.
kBoard of Aldarlia n -T \V Shaux.
Pre-identi. ti K Istrooii S J Iiur
li-it, E E t'aninoni. i S4 S.; -
SM. Mlizon. A. L. Vidal
IlBard of lPubli \Work-i I 1: Ta
lor. Chairman. W W ll.Iamlioli. a i,
tar Ii F liuailon, E .1. I .tiial I i i
Vital:t


II(to labi .A. Z iltI,haoaka I' 1 0.11, 11, lo
Isrl m u it % %t a ,- ,a*-Ia frit Ili o I hk
A IIti f At a-IatI aOI t t I II a1119 '
iiirA tlma III %I a T


The ua-latat f &ii%, r .:.,;Al- thatl
1jIwalea tto %fil a1 k'10-Ia' tif U Ill k' -I
you Itiata-aa -41a ini t,,ol life youa rts 11%
Ings and Iira'per'aa


beUAIS


Miss N. Norton



Noveldti, Books, Sttionur)

Souvenirs, Sbeet Pictsre

and Picture Frames .


2i06 East
44l3ESVILLE,


Llbertr Slret,


La. Id


ccc


.LIPS, Prop. od Booane-'.Ir -a Co!mlaf
Ilatlh-l l I h l-,':, ty I' 8 (l)atrutir i f
a II -
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CURES "


The Atien ef a Spinet.
The spinet Instrument was ans i
prwovement upon what was known as
the clavcbohord the tove of whi,b. al-
though weak. was capable, unlike that
of the bhrpachord or spinet. of In-
cue,, or detearne, reflecting the finest
giradatioss of the touch of the Ipla: ar.
In this power of exprehalon It was
without a rival until the piano wan In-
vented. The early bistory of the clavi-
chord previous to the fifteenth vetitury
rests in profound olhaurity. but It in
said that there' I1 one hearing thle date
1.,20 having four notave without the
I) phatrp and (, mshulrp nitesa. The planet
was the Invention of the Venetian Ppl.
netta. The action is unhilue. The In-
strument is similar to- a small harpl.-
chord, with one string to ench n'ite
The striuigs are Pet In vtlhatlion lty
points oft quIlll, elevntedl on wohlen
uprights knowns aq jiacksf. aldi the ail-
pr"elatn of tht' k'erys -.atm's- tihe poIntis
to Pius upwl ard.. proldui Ijt~ t n<,I la.l-
liar to tlint of a harp. ty,'.s anre u ied
to draw tih' iuill l,.t ak iKiott l|-aillion
The keylownral i,, arr maitil lit a I manner
after the pre.,'iit alitlerni piano.
Apartment House Life.
I know yitou .:y vyou aian't h-1Ip living
In a flat. hui t .itn 'o,,iibl hIelp it if y4o,
weren't to,#) I;zxy it lit e in tlihe iilairl,,.
Thlern* la aoa r':al homie life pit,-sille.
without thr'e-enouZgh to keep thie young moth-
Or tWoo busy t miake lelieve Ahie eIN-
longs to the sTinart set. And apart-
ments are either too) small for that or
the landlord' won't tolerate chiidren
at all And then there Is no neighbor
hood life. It' a good thing to have
go1ilpy nehhlitors. You're more apt
to be I always think of apartment house
life as a aort of joke on swolallsm-a
lot of strangers under tone roof with
just two nutuil Inlterests. a dumb
waiter shaft and an artitiaiail palu.
And I'm hound to ay that I think it
Iq reasMonsible fr a heathen race with
no children. q'hlldr n mean sa.ritte.,
and it's sacriflee that mike goed mh
and women.-Anmella E. Barr In New
York World.
A Sccop.
John I.. Tol'e. thae f.ii: ,o,,4 Jn-s ish
cou)edlani nmad practical joker. and Mr
Justlte Il: kilns. who was afterward
Iord llra miptoni. wTere grent frin',.,
They wer' at Nipp'r to,ether <,ne ltv'ti-
Ing (lls'viinsingh the events of the day.
The jud~, i-n. -, la:taily mention-dl that
he :it;.a a 0l o'' ti in. rt-ow .ii's the
man he hlad I. -,.: tryhlg fiftiTen ) ear
be'-au-.' hlie IdeprT *1i it.
Aa Ttoole wv-: .lit exig he blandly In-
quired:
"O'h. w-u!dl you tind my killing at
the newspaplir ,tii'cea ani telling them
about that tiftena years? It will be a
tip for them -- exelusire information.
you kIrrw- and vi(:1 do me no end of
gpod wl'*h .'- *.", "
t'1 .1 1 r.- 1 ,.;11 .N Isir"' excalalmed
the JI '--'.. '. t tk thIl' arecaurton of.
aectompaniylwiK Toole to bit hotel and
seewi him safr y to bed.

very Maeor -
Is or should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. ,I
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu-
monia-then to something more serl-
ous. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any compllcation. Sold by W. M
Jo .nson.
Lets of Reamen.
Robt.Ins--I don't see why any a -tor
should ever be out of a job. Bobiln-
Wby? Robbins-Aecordlng to the ad
vertisements. ever goal play I1 full of
good altatlona.- Exchange.

For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE
Whether from colds, heat. bttnnac li
or nervous troubles. Capudlne a ill
relive you. It's liquid-pla.-alant tao
take-acts Inimediat-ly. Try It. l.a.
2.c and 50c at all drug stora.-..


- DON'T BE CAUGHT

rlaiki f-r 3-ir aL ra
tto k 3 mar -tg rvo rim. ita11 1,I -:1 ri ltt JW

Farul= it- -, C-afTI -14-1 iti-raait
b, 111 llufa gtm a d f, am I "I' r 1 In t a a n for




WANDERS & EARLE -l


Start the


w Year


:I aI I 'I9p


P I-
PEPSI-COLA


and UNIVERSITY BRAND Soft Drinks
Maufactiured by

THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS


The


Dutton
tiAINFSVILLE, FI.A.


Bank


Capital, $75,000.00 Surplus, $17,591.74


W. R. THOMAS, Prefident ; K. ll:; M MIE, 1-t V%'h-P're,.
E. D. TURNER, Ca.-hi.r \\. i;. TAlYI.i. 2, 1 Vier.v- l'r-.

1lItkE('To|;!<
H. F. Puitt n. .1. Ii. Nichol-, J. A. Ma. iltsloy, NM. V.nalahle, W. \I Til', aa-a,
.. B. l'adlgtt, I.. K. Broome. W. B. Taiylor.





WILUIAMS' MAMMOTH MAIL ORIR HOUSE


211 West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville. FPa.
J. J. WILLIAMS., 'roprietor


CASE GOODS. EXPRESS PAID.
DeSoto Rye.


Full
rull
hull
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
F"iIIl
Full
Full


Quiarts .
Quarts .........
Quarts .........
Qiart I freight I
Williams' No. 10
Q u irt .....
4 ... t, ..
Old Ha!lfax R)
Quarts .. .....
Q uart. .... .
Sunny South R
Q l.art, .
( .. .. t .......
ila t' .. .. .


.... 7.00
..... .. 7.00


Old HomesteaJ Corn Whiskey
O(ult. gallii Jag. ,expre--* i,, l S(
Special Offer.


-... 12 75 ial,-hortNA ak Ihi ,v lm in a M,- II-
paiad ) -.-. I z, I r*- uttlia -llgrt s Collcct.
Rye. a 'aa Ti-(Ito a: ..ma ..- ..3I: U't(

... aruum.


C.


ye.


Yellowstone Bourbon.


Brown House Barber Shop i


ANOIEW PHIL
ki -aa\ "- a 1 1


If Its %urt I,., l o. a toi
Al (0.li t )aoiI O i at'? r v% t l t I t
I N 'Iilat %%IIItI,#.a u Ia I F!.. I .-w JOYS&.


t11 -


4 laoa
S fill


$51'
IL, -~


Corn Whiskey-i741o i


I .Ait I v .r
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SWiA T Mer: eAINMnILL, FLORIDA, JANUARY 19. O19


E.


BY CAI.1.1\4; F"It


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1., .1 it fl ; 11 !. 11" 1'r I 'lli-I


Q* l. i. CHRONIC ULCERS
A. y chronic ulcer shows an unhealthy and Impure condition o6 1.
blood. It is a diseased condition of the Af at that particular pt W
and kept inflamed and irritated by a continual discharge into it. Of so
healthy matter from the circulation. No treatment can hae any curatjH C
lct except a medicine which will remoate the blood and cntirdly rrmovete
cause. Salves, washes, lotions, etc., are sometimes helpful in reducing .
iammation., cleansing the ulcer, or perhaps lessening the dli charge, but ma
applications do not reach the blood where the dica.te gmans arel2
and can nevwr effect a cure. 8. 8 8. goes down into thle cirulatin
drives out all imn urities and morbid matter, and Iv noulri.hLin .the --
with rich pure blood causes the place to heal nattur.illy andl |n nnent
. 8.S. (Ioes not make a surface cure, but by beginning nt the Iottom, .
rebuilding brokcn-down tissue, and supplying hcalth-i 1, hkalit:g qualities to
the blool1. c.uiss. the place to fill in with new, firm lt.Alh. ~hlic it steadUy
but surely ettts n permanent cure. The ulcer can ntt \'i.t wten te
blood is pure., and S. S. S. will thoroughly purify the I .1. .,m ,k on Sores
and Ulctrs and any u~edical advice free to) %N n '..ni,, t.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, A.


i





& mWLwaOwn;e A


IV&A


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"A, JAJUAIYIL im0


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no Iw* ab umblher


116 NW~4 NOCK

OWM pu~blished every morning 4M
" ASared t'y tartieftG Isthe cItY. Or
ow W fthe UntedltiAtM cte.pmtagt
$2 t sixm ovith.4: I toa'thrcc
fo re week's-trictly iu

~aud ~~iatileach id-IttionnIm
8pb sV*TittIng rIade kn(," an


mwmm 0


, published ee~r, blca(I slv l.. tl
F-- 0a all the news of tth I 4'
@W eand general Itt i be h
fwwe. to any port of a:.. Mited. f.K .n.


Eb, for s oco a irual-In ~~
bills teorame dee after f,-'4t
p dveitlwment, UtIle-9 (t'cr%..
P sdmd artist urt kn-v" twntc q
-ft goumy for nd veciir.,- 'n a


(,A1~r nit-'L~,ISLAt

~Irthe 'vacan~cy: -~
Ibeh 4th and 1: it(. 14411%.4j


4 -. '~ :


It t Iif i t

Th. ir.n -


1 1 1 1 1 L : t h u 4 1 4 I rer.


p jri editorse are' unai nititiilis- t,, I I.' I ,~c I ,,tit.,\ w. mat*i .itd. itT
spoua at least 4oilv !Thins.:- I.;a -t I- l.ir a.4 th.. S.putli (, vil
im rGilchris.t dillI. iti- l!ir '.1-,4 !. 1-c(-111-i 4-1 t,! t Xl4
bgiving IBrothe'r .J(rf1 ''Itf f~iItj:i T
gsGar"s Herald lit e,?ti4'4' Th#. .' il Cer."1'g
____ I% I t14i; at lam- tt-.1.10" find
,teasA. Dart)%. ftwrm. r Sti ~ at ~.i'4 T U' l


p 115t4)rs to) Jaa ~i i%4 .4 fit7 N% Vt 13 01. -lit.at''11 I~ :, 2i -



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11 0 of T'Jl'it. i.-ii V' \lit 'a. hi :1 .11



llE thayt orthoe !arti4444 fill',. 41", .- T1~ 1' .- 41 ae A.' '
w woutld r.' I t'- 0, u. ''-t l i- ,4 t.l FI :ib.4t41it i




''bNtha -oil f a1ia ciuiiw vl'd thtihe ca
'UW t sthe d 1 t at T.'111 I ti a t irll, I.-r t- o llc' ~

~~ro fr h~ t~cha it.ih-outflor ahIi%% ef.it..yIsdo ingt xocu
b~oefrlesh.dTh.'Itar Vt lNo'111,V te'hitIna- rid talents to securliot
S obto beei.vnthet~I~j laftrr. 'utir-c&frt phe Br(opini.'.kandgrois ot
Isbe ors for the Sr i. ito itun (lW P a "maa yj-

Id klNow it to MrtSt'wktod that %hen Set a

~IM lt s *did Ke'ea T' uIfir ator U cit Ir!.. I iout 4of'officht o~il
Mac 4 the citya job alro.aIt picke
he.N aod suhis iia illord inaneOu. for inise 1 lf'. lie 4 is going!to de
h u friaend bthe (airl ta,~~i ndo~te histivie adalTents :11-.to securing. i..



68Moe orthe Srij. tate o -trn"'t 1"44.'
Id I111r111antiest tolMr Sagili tie.1hig FUIbI. iva



an Bl s uch II an o r! b. 14 ,1 I' i''ll.iftt' U p Iti I t fi i on!' i .4 *1 t
P bverxa by (i thrt. c Ai t 1144' 1.4?INo % 444l:iv itTO ii kt44-1Il. .. to)I!, ..i% 'ir
precrboad .L141 UI II a va I il- lbi h4 hit H &.* oritlg d
If u t ltl-1 rw to-.,ta t p bi tt-iini i a ii


0111 t 'ai ordI.' LA tha 1
M"6vIe the r ords a ni A IA%
to ab lic III?- lot 11414I P i 0 .ii14, "');o

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cumpawT commENT.
The N*,rI[i1lk Liinrtark '
4 m'' -to a. he~.im a r tul tHi t,171" .
-11,ft e el- ih (w eillfri~i ly it, 24. l~atllr
Tiwllmn 11 l'4or-, bIN, Irs'. aint? Igil i

t~lTd.I. an (1tomd h(ido! caght 4.~i

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14111t m TI~1mii'. i *441ttj ~ Tetr

'I T.ir ..lled4or 'Wi~t.11mZ


*h *'.' .' not ha %


;t4'412.i~i4:ij'. .xitt1. t!.'il to. It
i ) J~ist that! a couznt' 1'.:% 1:1 a
;,o Iz1 Ti' 'li 4)! t.* :i thow -aid -should
Ni. :a S.tuw 'f P a,, id t A o T'Iro-p .ro~ ,ta
t-: -. U 110-11 A't0C. I'l? .!fiftY thous4and




W*.f r T'. S,7i -vida h.lp %-our


THT PEOPLE ALL


[a C16-was (iett. Give Kre Xewhre

iT hIs w.-ir. c(I *. ,' q 'r ner-



'ho like to kr..w a'll t a ck
vr' wtu!4 sav that 1!E1,PICI]DE t
.1',.trnroT or ki'!er of ers,"
N~~~~i t!I.t-..-~I .#- family namob of a
1-y various vegetable par'-
A s-.r.Flar mic.robe caiue#'g d"
dru. 1 "l.~ '..".and fal!','wh.-!I: this
is tY,' n~a.'rk.be that NEWIIRO'S HERIM.
('!t'E promptly destroys: after wh~ch tho
hair igrows. SMd by leading druggist.
Mend 10c. In stamps for sample to The


*OLDAM in
"W. :M. JOBT80WT



G. S. Merchant & Co.


Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grail, Gardeq Seed &ad Fertilsm
SOUTH 1IDE SQUA --- AIIHWLLS. TLOM
Highest market prleo paid for ChlokeMs. Eggs ma W ePtte

A Compl stock atof Hay. Cors. Oats. Plew. BiM. SaMl. 04M
Seed Mea said Rye. We bah=:te oaly the VWey Se




Tampa & Jacksonville Ralwa

EFFECTIVE DUO. 1., IMOS


ME ft AND WOMEN
b *.6& 1. A. ,


Ate. s..& -


A"44


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b.i S '- '*a 4.4 Lt..l.e P....a.& Os..
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ATLANTIC (]





LINE Bi



Goes

Everyw]




North, South, Eas


Consult the "Purpi




a *. \ r. -t' t
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A W. FRilOT FRi
Dv. Puss. Agent,
Atlantic Coast Line, Jackso
00 00^g994" @ MUoogP 9


OAST





JLROAD





here




it -and Wet



e Folder"



.w*4hllee and res-
Ticket Agent,
Oll

ANK C. BOYLSTONU
Traw. Pass. Ag|t
aville, Florida.


S a wbe iaa. e oostin


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Uerpice Co.. Dtrot .ch.
Two asei-H6 wu ts and n.s. Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield du lo-
J. Bodi:ord A Co.. special Agt cal points South....................... 10:10Os a
II^ Returning, arrive Gainesville .................. 4:6 pm
SLeave Gainevville for Sampson City, Palatha,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pa
SH A lR L I Returning, arrive Gaineflvme .... ............ 9:80pm

kWflSKYj A. L 6lm, Oea. Sept L Barke, lTr Is r.



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Thr tniniflaw.!of I-10"N10.vitfulthIed byr
ji~ri.. nit .1ditimsawal wothr quaiak.
viif irm t11 *I T fix the fm in '.-vit o

!h.k' ff 'If %II i t No I a A11.1*caiii onv
-114 h' 1--r-m italtit- uneltl ith unI'.er~aI
:i4)?Efl#i4.* 1w%. r-atma :1of the- q"tramro.
I W.~I 1-4 IC 11of ge wwiux. ehnrlatanr and
1.0 r -4ma'11 .ist(ist t. tIn h.'j' 4U 6 A
11m. hi- 1W- sleocwarq.4 for hipt

I A.(I i~t A Iromm.41 deal (if
'eir iv *i, -,o h- ir a rsi
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C. 4f .. t'..s. ralkitm (if-


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THE AILTY 8UN: GAINESTILIE. FLORID'. JANUARY I1. 190f


"7.


~m honse"" fabe the
a wa ofthe most
ibS do W of Vtu
to e very m


Now ITs We aabisw

mam- 1- -, w a

N tan etwal
a V 5s
0ink. a big

*a w meof
all o
IW piat. OMveY-

a*Sm inthe S tate.
wsm t othe City
end budd road.
er Linma sewtyof
OWbedau sthe-
i k very ml-
to etweatles In
4d Galmeowme
-the ft"
wshm

ofas dt7. in
so=may things


~Imin was:


S -AL Uq AN~ L,, I .JNAY1.10


On e ~ ind b ass tobmirg .
O0 -mo' oclub roi8 sen .
Arltde l hperimsn t s@tath
Fiv i -,aea ealab"hmosts.
maNM osl d imoMw' -itarlum.
Three nd*dIM I establishmmts.
fPrst-elie wrm'n s gyte. $176.000.
Two ofb te best kotel in the Inw
Sorter.
Two wholv e graina and rfod
Two wholesale grocery establish-
Water "that has madeo Gainesvlle
ftms "
The ftet opera bomO tn the State
eutlMe of Jaeksolovlle.
A Government building soon to be
ereetd to cost whkn completed
karpelters, masons. plasterers.
painters, printers, machinists and la-
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granolithle sidewalks than any other
town In the Interior of the State. .
An $8U.000 Court house built of brick
and tone-a beautiful structure and
the lawns, flower beds, shrubbery.
Confederate monument, etc.. surround-
I t. i make it a most attractive pic-

BUSINESS CARDS


I)G OEO. P. WALDO,

DEITIST--


rmrn 8WdS., am Mai fm Stsft
SeN PhsM S1. Alms Leon Dbt~ase

DR- DWARD cLARK


14,.16 sad 1S Grahcrm Bldg., Galnes.

DEYIN YMOrRl b







DR3. H. ALDI~AMA.
033 TI~lt.
041" ow rDausm a Oskaw
flM S. GashsIl~e. VbL
W, AL BAKER,
LTrODNM-TAT- LAW,
'S LWITOR IIICHANCERY.


GAINZBVTILLZ Alashmaa
OS.. is fk., mass los


FL.


FRLDINANiD BATYR,
ATMORX3T AT LA W


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wmw


Wed-
4= isvroom
qo emlk&
adhoohL


p- essing clubs
k -AAttee sps.

Obawa .w
Se-asrk*.

indmwri
daP f sew* Ppr.

ratwas astMores.
inmed phymPtelan.
mM stee'Ugt plant.
dry nfores.


railways rSeas.
besevolent orders
SRaiPN aoptal churches.
States land offee.
l teilcal laboratory.
SSuday schools.
Presbyterian church
S eIar man ufactorles.
real estate asncvive
*Imatu gire department.
-r l lkabter conihuilvs.
Methodist churches.
hed band4 Orgaaiiaution
gMoviec picture show
eM~l*we-ly bawpaper
maswfactortA.s
rie aM- aWOFafts.


FiLOWu.


Owm so pw aft i @poll, (i.tmp
~4 sa malmrsd pid hls,

,~A. CARLISLE,
ATIZOR1IZY AT LAW
AadbWeSW isEinZatp
aflu ass", Comveyassinm 0 ad
00es GMN.Allusvhua, 1uamt.
somf.AIC& omFNIELD iNGo


VRAM OLAUL


iam n a m Curt 5 am.


Om sea amsev" eMUM" mA~s.


24M. V. PIUPRU


rAD. a


GAW3SILLVr.


urn I


THE BUSH & AFFORD






PIANO CONTEST



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.: : :


So iFn nn


One $400.00 HON
residing in the Coun
number of votes betv
April 15th, 1909



Addi
In addition to the Piano tl
on a new $44m0 Howard Piv
as a first or initial paymenl
giv\-n in this voting contte
To tbe first sm rgcei the a
To the sccnd six receivig the
To the next six recem the
These due l.ills may b
for any value they may see
chase of one of these new I
In the event of a tie ft


VARD Piano wil! be given to the person
ty of Alachua who receives the highest
veen December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.





tional Gifts
Iere will he isueid by 'he Bush &- Saftforil Piano Co.,
ano, eigliteen Trans-ferable D)ue Bills, same to) It u:-'1
t on a netw Ho)ward Piano. rTho-.;- due bIills will ibe
t as follows, to persons residing in .Alaclua ('niioit;:
t to the ho veto, a Iu M h for each for.......$211.11
et hihesttev, a ah foreach for ......... S175.60
tt hhe te, a a hil for uach for....... ... $15@.0,
e used by the winners or can'i ,- fit, and will be worth their face value upon) thle lpur-
pianos.
or any prize offered, a prize -ii,ti'ar in all res'pct- there- a


to will be given each of those timing.
e l II -- .


How and Where to Get

-Votes --
The following merchants will give ono vote
'tor every cent aid into their establihnichmnt for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Teach.


Where Votes
Ballot boxes will be
nients of the merchant.
Bun oflce. Vutes' Sit I
to the Voting ConteatI
Gaiueus ille. Florida.


May Be Cast
found in the e.ftabli-h.-
gihing votes and at The,
biy m.iil muat be. lire' t'-l
lhjpiartmn nt of The S,ii.


Rules and Re
1. The contest is open tc
Alachua county who is know
of the contest or vouched for
person. to them well known.
2. No hmviplo e., attache 01o
prietors of the abo'e-naLt'd f
participate in this contest, and
no uannier.
3. In the t ent of a mirund
candidates or otherss intcre..t
such cuIatru\.Tbe> iny t rt
di hti ir. cd to ', t. \. hoiE al i
quulifltd to |e: br de(-tln-i.
4 In the e\ iit a cnlild.ia
driAw fromi the rAe -iich a i
:.l -d to t..t-II-lI'r \ l tu It


________________________________________ I ________________________


THE.


D.A.I L"Y


$1.25-Three months' subscription ..... ...... ..... ....


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


S


100 VuLes


. 1.000 votes


$5.00- One yeai's suLacription ............. .. ... .. 3,000 votes
For a club ,f five one-year subscript.ous (before April 1. 1910)) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions (btfure Auril 1). .25,000 votes
I II I.i1 t It lef ill .- t. !, l -' .t I I '

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SU
$1.00 One ,tai'b sutsiils ptiO1 : ....... .
Fur ad LILI l, t, L t I t t-.-. r .LcrIiptiUl.s .
: i ,, t 1 1 .- i < *ta (. l ,i


Soliciting votes by candidates o

a 10 oIV00 "a


r friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by


gulations
Anyone ]I% ing In
3 ty the moidiuctors
by muiime rJIIALle
r rt lati~e of the pro
ftrwu art. t ligiblk to
d w ill Participiate. in
1erbtandi'g 1.0O"t'.c

tf 1.ar 4-14 *,j. %kr!' lh

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3,500 voteto
30.000 votvi
30,ckX)Votes t


IN
40U vC'teb
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th proprietOlS


T. F. FTU


UNDERTAKING CO.


FULL LINE OF
NEW (WOOS)....


t .ls I *ht


loMiNHlONtIA


aod IOtv t:%iLm.
or -tMfOur Ots4 us


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iitb i6. g Mai sl b e tbo I64 j.,19g
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I HE DA111 t' Nl : GA~INSE iLt, VIOIDA, JANL~i-TAK 1, 90


KPAINTIN~GS.
ok f Art OeNd Re..'.T4ee.
Fpwft'd caul a ft-$ aud gl~d.
Ste twt EmSutIaltotuthe
ef gFUmt jilullis'. This bas
rated by the atshixlswbo
g4s r~ ha of eorn and

e the mis! st 'lud art vlojects
einLelut lue II tglI the world
gide VTof I rr-lti iqf i'7Lby
h rtiSt. 4)~: 'A 11 1t ..I
Sag rtist Isnilttetil j pcr~. %t de.'
tp: t r!. !I-"m' itand 4nirt zAt

jarpst Jblctutsr e%,'Fiiitod r

zedu whotiod l1-Y X rt-hu .

feet high ;i;.d a.~v.riy twu
It rave a dctaINAd rtpre-
d 2.M), ules of 14oIi'atbo.r


bret of the old maters' can-
i Mrillo's "4.\pIui:a'r o* f the
Cd to St. A.ihony 4-f Pa-
i pk-ture is ten feet wide nnJ
etb b.
SgMlated tlfat a friend called on
Roeu in Florence eric day and
Ui Ma play!': otn an 1od harp-
S The caller a--cd the .-.rtl-'t
e kept sutrh n a wrth'al""N t:qtru-


0 it is 100t Wot h 'I~ .1 46 *! 1- tli-
mbL
,AM be vi*.rtI it !h.L-.11,4 i-cL% zI.-

mm It giai.", wl~lIi wqn
a wrktf mad~~leIJt n~ri.itt.ua i

atofartist" iii L' --d- n 4,x, "fd i
at large' fri -cot-'e tIn q HVon the
ofthe st"udl 1 44 j E iI-dgmiln.
the r.i'!e.i' r- 'hci-

lbs figruresweeiIl1!-tzlc fr
t d o l ot g u -n x: i i fr w ni l h i gs it ui
umpUp1lr('k-iv e tut.ait tcovered
walla of tbe r(. r with ionown wall
complett'lybi !iu:i the ioaluIIDe-.
frinco"Wr es (IVF'li%.'41i7Fd by Rac-
, O forty ye~a"~ afterward and re-
dove-Rana'as City Star.


Old People


DiiEES :171 GERMANY,
They Are Stj.:t With Great CAP$ eOd
Ixeetness.


airc r I to .i % C!,. 't
e'red ittnkrse. za I':. r mr:.l..Atitc..U". W.
Wed *tT I'Pith -: fi :ios .. I v. W II' Ix
the r4ii l *io 41f'tile 1'.*!1 flIii 1 I.
M ad Irf-.u4I'71 1 t~ro-m.
ki oi lTA I lii 41 It! ,. d 1. lt I.-,
ilt-! l'v 1-y the Ufit i II i .' i Id
%uaft I P no is% .ti 4 i' I t fr .41 1 -j
lnif d I i rest r~ sl :. (I t 1..4 r I !-
u ti the .*.~I%- t.tl I k tiw 'u : t.. a r
it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I steahn n iais Xl ,ht ei Iw t t'
Vie, onsupte iqetleO~US,~ le nf iI thel L,4 iad-t. to- i.t- it
and~~~It allvna sn fiotninth
it acstrenghes n d s with treMeth. At r 4-F ti1,t4 E.,-il ,iwi.rU~

We are positive n iturlw aihe er Nfio wai-r (fl withloc'tilri' t III hith om re4
*14 peraom who will gfire ft a tsa itrilted channtel 11.4-3 4-)tie.' tp.- I)
Uft don't wiliWmfuadtbek'in ammy. ,The cameand rzvwtn." it- L 1,I1
11111 1 these dikes nre tmrtde uixiiud14- I~iu.-,hi.
W, k JU SM row d n~le thee I Wt iereift it- .u',cesiol."f Ina
land ~bere hard Inimir 1l.4 'ery cheat,
GAINESVILLE. ayool;!r*. fliv'-"teolltod I %'!,mit F
America wouhild No riout.-bly ('at I y ma
Cleared IHis Doubts. chinery IIIA aCtOUT le Of hfaurio That thC
A vollt x.*-11i: agii4t o-te-t n MreUlt 14 sorxdnal.aI'le tLit ot ic ra Fo*
41.. -1 .4 px i M-P.rmberx rotgretfu!!r the u~lry jilt'
lander to act n--ofgiri~kvep.-r 41-1 his dikes. the hitilid frfb.'.-4 4ts the l:n
tate. Mlrin- lu-: 1i n aa-d'~'. tcI rr'vt-d 'cf batinePlat.ika' 4'f the 11.4ii
at 1314 fooit 0.tlt41 taut 11 ivl",; era 'bt SIt~!p1
alliy 111~a~r .11 gi ll243 i : t3iz f(? t cre the dikes hbiv I
St, (II( (~l' e1x i tn I ijt L- _..1. I I10,11- 13L14111 q .ppn te too !lo-! iI Ole rh *r I -
iit~it* 'ItvlIa 'po.'h fretted athoi-e r'id'J.' 113,14,F Tt:i-
4V ~ (F tli ~~:r~ ii.~-. ..*' Ff,1''. and no; n roi4'tI the 1' Ulie when'F
f! :-lr pm- old v(N i t:1 fr 3 V-,1 -1, 1-*iA r I 4 bTr, I' tfIVfv -1:411 d n-.40nil ...4a l' 0
s--m wr3 i? J 71, --1 LI '.41 se "aanzil Ietcx ':" I'*r .~e-.1'
fond Midaii,- l'.-,41 'a'a ii n ira i tonme rxi 'i-: an t. f-'o'? "at. I I. r
untIl i~c f. d *~'i .! --r j,. .y~j:o.,4ter 11.1A.4*i' tIi o 1, !1. -,I.Ix : :.i:' -, 11.
Thei hi.i.nli!t l uaIr .*.f ,ffed. F r-v-I':.' '
11 f~r (I iui: 1 r '- r 0 U. )i-if- l xrI .? I.'I.-a


tMe nin:!ra(ira n- oTi


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Scientific Spanking


CASTOR IA
Nw Im"&"a adbiIlzq
lbe [ii Ysu RaveAfwa q#
sea=s the
Sgn~tur. of 4 0 z


AC.A ct:TY -P.WTJ !I. S'mearticle that I s itiple "in tt
I% Price He Had to Pay For I~EM-r way" tyurhue mitr.Ict'-
Surgical Treatment. tied. be sold to someone itho i.,: a
2b fain --,' ,ol%'v_ s lously lookfntu Ow s#L
10" cune da3 .t hisi L u-A' i-
*t COSiuitativ4 .',U U). arUy
jawned for llh eis enwetosas.% eea u
Muruaed the na~r,,ul'. thut nu o4'l'4rai
fanc~t to 4.1%rp ri.a At tbi hl,'t-
jobruis waade. a %% ry fa, e a ad Loft A
hK~tIntglii er lor'~. Velpau. wbile iwakiL_* f %
ft his rtuunds ia ia- M-poitael deila *S O E' S9g BO NI
Gui~te. had his ant: :.t ion utelraclted
1#a face Itit svee.ed f~jtwU!ieFti LILL&. Rooms '11-15 BaldwinI
J& am~wer to Lik Iu~uiry It %%'smt eda
ab t the I141111-1 l.1 %1 t fxi l-.,:I4,.f a
mWleman In t!!t aeulpu!r,z st 44.rF- We loly-and sell Local 'Yt'uf
ULLL The surgec-"u ftuud ILat his :l.'4
Nmmatlbied i vc-') pari ir culier 1Ib(Ine
oaewwbat uusjuxatl oue ft'r %iWLhithe
MFquij luid ti.iud11al f.rtuigLit
peikusl) -lIV rtti'a.e i4-4. hotwever.'t
*06 akiung i any -' a:iiaexltt Thriret
leeks after i. r I -ati-r n.t iii. i thent
Ptlealt IihM all-t u) 1w teihshari'i
El. 'Cil"eU -xale It I Li a:x ."ite it'aal *1


to careyou IroU Tijir" I... b'vet'r. a
AMaCfunimilit uiti, uii h- I, 'u 'ill
bie T*to (c'-, -In .%I.-' f-Fe I tiie%ig!e .pair
elstW-'-g .i: I, 'k-01; %%I.'. .%v t r- -;
4 ebe-k f-r i-.i4'- fFr. t 4 li 1-!.-1 f if

jjuw If;, I 1 i i y uI f ur i -, L I.
bet mL, I '. it. j, Wj-,ij4,- 1
uk t -I" it it ** Ir .' etI-'
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'2onsists- in punishment ouly when
a child Is actually bad. Some moth-
erg think that all crying is badness-
it's not. When 4ur ihaby cries. look
4or pins or oume external cause: if
you canut find them give the baby
White's Cream Vermifuge, as the
chances are it is suffering from wwrnms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
its action. Price 2.t erxnv. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.
'Ut *i oc* tfor e lling esrda


K[01RAO COMPACT
)iRORATED

DS, RAIN. ETC.


Building, Jacksonville, Fla.


cities of All Kinds.
! invited.


E


(Corrtepond-


TA


S


The Long Distance System


One of the most valuable features operating in various sections ef the
of cur scrv.zc, to our sa.Ls:rbers and c;..ntry. are ur.ifo.m in their cq6ip-
to tne public generally. as our connec- ment and in their methods of oper
ticn with the extensive long distance eating.
lines of the Arrerican Telephone and On'y by reason of thas close traffic
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tele.
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere.
a:stanc.e lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
a, h we operate and in adaotion can communication with almost any point
. -crne." any telephone in our system in the country.
Att, I es cxteruing to any other city This vast network of wires, radiat
in wh.h a Bell Telephne system is irg throughout the nation. is used
operated daily an comrr.erce and for social pur
These lcr distance lines are of the roses by the bari.er, tre farmer and
nost modern arid improved constrac- tens in all Aa'ik of !ife and ojr
.n and are rnairit.ined at a hbih p int here ,i an important link in this
state of eff.ciency. Tt-e D l sys'crrs great chain.



Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Company


SEffit Service. RimnM Rates


Do You Feel This Wa
Do rw W @A imi so dP 3M 9w
eA" r ev I"ewp 91 e"t lo
a"" meaOWN am"
VO 6m&I osw "W M"a .U
Ws i ll I. u a a p b r mi S am. Y
No" eaad "a edila.k a~ll vSm
Will eewaNer bs. it w w'vo
tbMis an y tina, VOrWly eei a~g~
16 besMuhee
owe s vsP1 cowt. s.ad n cw. It is a y fao bDra. Ow
ofBufaoN. 1'.. a se dwdn relb twu m ft on b wh "wishe Mse. Mb
#mtsevern ha& eavue ms his i exrew m jg pt n
Dntbe wtwedlod by a peainy-Irmbbtmgdealer he. whiakg Idga, ~b
totes for IDr. Pai-rcves iedineas.vegremm-ANA ftbe se"l"=to"Dr.
Pierce's me dkfs. reOF aWM*4v a~roa n'eo. Thei eswa ey
an t"'-fr V- ppe-%. Made from wool withest elegbal. C w~
Iot,,a ~WorE!i's Lispeasa ry Medical Asamwsfiseac, lm, N. Y.


AOU'T AD'ERTISI1G--NO. 8


The Cellar Hole and the

Sqwer Hole


By Herbert Kauf ar.


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* Tt'~-"v (f rt:,d(er-S reachedbut fth
a-P11 St'SC11 can b reached that

!, ~ .~*~;tf, irr ditorent thing
"V ~ I )1:4.:),~h bt' wiUine, but MO


anaceofdsd
.1 .t I L It ,I e c t t h e ,J


I i.q-*, undew r' ~ lt~rstands
V ~~tix~astreby


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Adlbk


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A coal cart stopped before an office buolMf b
Washington and the driver dismounted, n aw l th
cover from a manhole, ran out his chute, an p.
needed to empty the load. An old negro strol l "
and stood watching him. Suddenly the black
glanced down and immediately bust into a fi
uncontrollable laughter, which continued for
minutes. The cart driver looked at him in
"Say, Uncle," he asked, "do you always lauh wl
you see coal going into a cellar ?" The nqero
around for a few moments and then holding his
to his aching sides managed to say, "No, a, *t&
jcst busts wn I sees it going' doum a smw."
The advertiser who displays lack tof j 1t
selecting the newspapers which cany his copy
confuses the sevwer and the cellar.
All the money that is put into n -M
taken out again by any means. 'eh factth tamlMA--
possess a certain physical likens. d1mt ty
means signify a similarity in character, and it's I --
in a newspaper that brings returns. The editor 1
conducts a journalistic sewer finds a diferet dm 4
readers than the publisher who respect himnse e
to respect his readers.
What goes into a newspaper largely d i
the class of homes into which the newspaper goM.
irresponsible, scandal-mongering. muck4-king t
is logically not supported by the buying dan
people. It may be perused by thousands oat
but such readers are seldom purchasers of adrtis
goods.
It's the clean-cut, steady, normal-minded cit
who form the bone and sinew and muscle of the COm
munity. It's the sane, self-respecting, de
newspaper that enters their homes and it's the
sale that indicates the strength of an ade
medium.
No clean-minded father of a family wishes to
his wife and children brought in contact with the
maudlin and banal phases of life. He defends thi
from the sensational editor and the unlessant advt.
t;:cr. I"c subscries to a n,.W'sfaper P Xwh h dos t
fr1 t, lkave about tlh house.
Therefore, the respectable newspaper ma auwa
It c. unt'. tl U !uce more sales than one h
i tv t'en u.r .1 1I irculation but whose distribe
thin is in tuell t-:, .. I.,o::;, unprofitable citizens.
You c.:'" : 1:. "* X .(t to sell goods to peto
S, I: p;:'. .' ti' : f; *t"," youa can hope to pluck oystbrs


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T'HK II I V- -'SUN: (lAIN E4SIIAIl!i FLORIDlA, JA1'NBARY19, 19109


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4FT AND


.1 sUN URAL INTEREST
p YSUN REPORTERS


Spu" d an"d What i O1
OD IP a p-a Rfl8I and
ta ntems f the City.

Dolht Ceffe.
MartMett of High Springs I6

a meal ticket at Rutherford's
lesoas at c!ub rates. Prot.
Sey oysters, day and night.
r Restaurant.
ilanwrs of High Springs was
to the city yesterday.
aryk Dell of Waldo was among
in the city yesterday.
$ Goodwin of High Springs was
Ste visitors to the city yeter-
Sallie Perry of Rochelle was
(hbe visitors to the city Mon

y dL Gradi of Iigh 81,ritigs mat.
his acquaiilta.;c ,- ill t!e. ('it%

rented amnu.~- nm-.it for a dirne'
Klectric The-are-, than y.el v ill
S'bere el.
L Orime'- nd 4 W (; SI''+- of
p raina, wter aUltuZil tihe lltor-.
city yesterday
W eek-l'ing-l'oi I| (r ,. .:>
; post-cari-. '. f' r ''- N eit.i\lty
Graham iltaii: G
Syou b-life in re( iiro it:. "
Spatronl' your Ele<-tric Th.atr.
t hep the money iI tnp a.
natihan Iuik-ks .td S'-i hten llaguei
=r era u anianig the otlt-of-tosn
Sto Gaine. tille Monday
a M. M..Morria of Waldo I-. a
hw to the cit) and while here -..
pet of her son. Geo P. Morrin.
.:Ua Parepa Chatman hab arrated
|b1s city from ilagerstoan. Md.. and
li guest of her sister. Mrs. J. J.


We Invite
to make
wa.d Btheir
.0Brown
Agaders &


out-of -tou n
us. of our
parcels nl
House
Earle ha .e


lady hop-
parlors and
care of our

a chaangt of


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a -mm --o


'GREAT RE


DeO y's Delight CeWee.
When you entertain. order Iee
cream from Mill*.r & Vidal.
M A iov'ly of Illch S 1ringt Is
amu a the i-itor ton the citi
8,,i trade at Rutherford's Restaurant
BSnoke "Made in Gailnestille etgars.
On pale at SIMop--.y a and at O'Neill .
S. it Phif-r of the Racket staf at
tHih i8,r'in'. 'a- a )u-hipep 4tailtor
to then crtl. '.tl l: v
H I.. Owens. the |popular nglht
officer. has returto-d from a pleasant
visit to Cry tal River.
E F Zetroue.r of Roche-lle a inre h-
ant of th:.t plact. wa' al*>nit the
vialtors to the city yeterda).
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2kc. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Ten cent. for two hours* refined
enjoyment at the- Electric Theatre.
Can you do as well anywhere else?'
Pure apple elder delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.
A. B. Shaw. one of the progressive
citizens of Itrooker. was among the
Ihlitors to the county capital yester-
day.
G. \V. ,M111 r. neibulxr of the- school
board from the W\\'-t End and amso a
husinei.- imiani .0 Tr-tton, wa- me nieting
e ns fri i, Il iuthe- city y.-terday.
.Mr,^. J. Port.r Smith of Wa(ahota
i, iii the city ai.d wbhi, l it- i!.
gue-t of her daughter. Mr C C Ped.
rick. on %\ e..t Main trFt-t s.ou:h
W. I. Polk. a bubinesM ma, of M.\or
ri -t uni, 's in the city yeste-rda: Th.-
uas. hii tlrt visit here for some time
aird he noted quite a chau g* in the
city.
Mi :. J M. ShIl'on of Iake- City.
tIh hhas le,, n visitingg her mother and
other re-lative, in the city for the
ipaIt ftIw dla.vy. returned to he-r hoine
Monday
.Mi.s Sttlla lIkxkly. an attractive
nlou : lady of High Srings who has
Ib.eni visiting in the city for the last
several dayt. returned to her home
yc'ti rday
There Is nothing more refreshing
than a glass of pure apple cider. I
sell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol-
lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
Phone 2.23.
W. C I;:.;.. aho ha b&,.. bb i.t
10r the. i-a'-t tte-k Lst li, ..i .A t...*
at C:3y.'tal Rii% r. t:.. re-t.irned to the
city and r,., nd J his lo-ition with
W. P. Mo*ele.y


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to0-Wear beds "-^


Realizing it is easier to transfer the cad than dthe.
we will, beginning


WEDNESDAY MORNING. JAUNlf


Inaugurate this Great Removal Sale to reduLmace ow
to the lowest possible point. We have o o d
close out, but the idea of going into ou ew
with an entirely new stock is worth rme to d 6e 44
of this business than mere. .


THIS SALE WILL BE1N WESEMAT MONMI I
and Continue Until Feb. It. I lll


Phone 109


a -


Dormy's O eliht Coffee.
The dines that are bpent aith
eling shows are lost to the
Those silent at the Electric Th
remain at home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cauthon c
Crose were among the visitors t<
city yesterday. having come
shopplg expedition.
v'. i. Smith of Newberry was I


ing his friends here yesterday. He


ovrtisement iln today Sun to w'i h T he re were only tao ca..s before. was formerly engaged In the livery
attention is directed They ad- th, ..to on .M _oi a aJ i,., th u-re- business at that place.
the prudent house-wife not to be ctiin.o fd until Friday to securee wit- 0G. W. Livingston. deputy sheril of
^ t aon baking day and suggest ness.-.. Heur.\ liea-levy and lkc Polite- Nes berry. was among the visitors to
'.AI they haie ith ne-es.ities on were the principal- the city yesterday. having come to
Misses Mabel and Hlazel ZS-troue-r attend the preliminary hearing In the
J. Thomas and Awife ol Colorado atr.ti .,)u,- lad of Kteen caI.
te t.en in the c'ity for theh-ie. ar,. artaniong the. .-it ors the M. T. Shytle. editor of The Adel
lst se-niral day).. returned to their city attending the, convention now in (Ga.) News, was among the visitors to
Iae the Weo t y .-te-rday. Mr. -siou at the. M.thodist church., the city yesterday and made a pleas-
au camI on Lte -ad iion of M t.h f athorn ant call at this ofce. Adel is a
In furlof hiswoer, 3I C. Mcllto.h of Haborn waa
nd. 1. Thomas. au l g thIbi. moitrstr to the c ity ..stvr- tiurizhing little city of 2.M.on Inhabi-
day. Ita ii be-i eng g d at t1t, h.l at' t .
ter pIlacv- aunill slrinK. but a ill rproht Sttops earache in two minutes, tooth-
A WARNING all' re turn to Tallahas-'ee- in April ache. or litin of burn or w'ald in fte
W in minutes. hoarsenem?. one hour; mus-
Rev T. J Nixon of Orala l ased cleaihe, tb o hour;e sore throat.
I heTe learned that certain personal tlh gh (;ais. r a. hours lr. Thoma Electric
a representUng themselves rout. to hi. hoe after ha il. monarch o.er Tljin.
tM. and taklpg orders for large 'Sunuday with the church at Willitoon il. mo tarch o.r itin.
agists, and takips orders for larne in his atta fal c y as ph t. iur.it r of tr i
"etares. claiming I will finish them Il hI. o la la r g itWoorniltt f on lrt.Sprina(. as-.
8 00 caes the piaatures giien them *h r, i tt li, t.rtlheala p rindK. Hae
1V0 been los t-picture, of dear one, C(hikerig. Knabe, Mathushek. a uaitr o (,ai et..ati monidand 1
11e cannot be replAced I L.ae ab. I-ti'r. lr & Pond and other lead- a r frn rheunat and
Uta. ne .r did. and n. -r awill I* n akez. of iaino. bold b) me for lI ii t, ,th.ei th- hol .-s that the-
I deal dire..,.) with i)o patron. for ca h or on in tallent lan. See me t r ll ir ,
1il aurk. I (taZnot afford to pay at b for- iu.yIng. W L Hill. Opera if you alit to buy a high graJde pi
it out ouf the li r p e, I chaise fo r A I !', '..: t,"t *-.' t or ., t ra ha, u
High graa. ork I do. .trng )out C(i a l Mr: \\ S Ir,, ,- t hi r i1 <- t rein the Graham
k tW n tg to me and you are not o(.,!) i. .i a,.,i .r it.. tl ..tAil of ia lt inel d) I.'. illi W eo> handle the 8te-inoay.
1184re against boSs of the original 1L,,, ,r asI e d fatn Saturday. % evtning ~'a r lt h::.* d. I-ttei g and
bt will have a guaranteed of a faithful i ('. .,,:.. I I ll lhrt i. a C, a I I'-.ar% v.. ill make- te-rmns to
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SMITH'S STUDIO. *' **. o 1" '- .t alit' M.,i, ef I t r l.: l,,-, M, l he-
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Solicited nt will be appreciatd by


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GAINESV4~ILLE,. FLORIDA


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Hyde Company, we v11i or ab ..4 Feb. n'
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wards make a Use; so bactslemal ss.
every word over each al inmz e s
an addI eal I e. CASH I advame
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FOR RENT-ive-rooea eattags i.
ply 200 E. Liberty s iswe
Partie havingg Jab prItung dome at
The Sua oiee are satidd ta Oa
vote nla the Bush & teord Plame Or
test for each emt paid tar asb
work. DoI't forget this wheo la aed
of printed stationery. Read the a
vertnisem t giving partlelar s r
gardinl the actost and vote for the
lady of yoawr ert.


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