Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01552
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01552
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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it a e petmed ot that while a
st -mNe Gars may semm large it Is
Ssot a" p. oea &o the emmerela
S"e of the Imd wh a the Overn-
b- a- mam hbos to Teewr.
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A lly weeWd OGatnesevlle citi-
O--, eem- l .L A. O'NU eill. I.L
a. Ld m OmGaham. J. W. McCollum.
.4. L MeDowall, 0G. P. Morris and
W. J. McCormick departed yesterday
tr the wilds of Geulf Hammock.
whem they propose to so in camp
ani san the game of that see-
time r thea nt several days.
I Tey go prepared for the trip. with
a beddiMm provisions and tests pre-
paratory to having a joly good time
hor the remainder of the week.
Mr. Morris was the only one of the
crowd that dd aot rmesmble camp
haters, as he left the city with a
white vbat andI bt oqkhole bo-
quet adrinag hmmalf, but At is said
that he also had a pair of boots.

0ofth o0 Smell ChNIL
News was received In the city yes-
terday of tim death of the little child
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crown, which
occurred at their bome at Rocky
Pfut. The Mttle gitrl Ble. had been
l oely a short while. as she with her
parents visted the city on Saturday.
She died fm pneumonia.

Subscribe for The San and help your
lady friend win the fne piano.

o Suits of eCtton

To Widen Staple's Use

!i M A. J. t.-alme 400 dele-
ad Esis ab vartof brachoes
e Smm Prmrs' Uniomn met in
e tMe bli of the House
sWv at th tae a Capl-
S 0 athe eatiomal board of
i df the Cottoa Commit-
a kied Mat the Umreat meeting
ew Oeaa1s for the purpose
n "and taking action upon
nla warehomse problem. and
to other matters of Import

6A the emset the warehouse q**m
S nd other matters werf placed
Ot de hamds of special comuaittees
O eialdeatk. aid report.
te f the most lnteroeting actions
IoI at the mw ting was the pas-
a i emlmotm prouidiug for the
l1 ta~u* orm salt of otton
S-be w orn by farmern abile
SM he l a m-r. A comamiltee


union throughout the country fall in
line with $his new movement. and
provide themselves with working suits
of cotton cloth it Is apparent that they
will at ouce create a new and import
ant use for their great product
Right in line with this actiun was
the passage of a resolution by unanai-
mous vote to Insist on and encourage
the extension of the use. of cotton itI
the manufacture of bags anid baggingti
used in covering cuniue-rcial package.
The conientilon lli be iln nmiion
today and twfure it adjourni. uill tiake
somUe atliuu prubabl) on ilthe ijut
tMon of the touuo4ldait ll of the' unl
lou warehouse. uf a hilch th-re iare
now about 1 1) li house luu5q1tll ct- l i( I e iofI til t- n rt t
Important feature uf thL uniou a pro
At th*" JlAUtu' li U l. 1th (ith C4olit, I&
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my FIR *of IMonth hlMmPMla Will
RIa lots Carleads Dally-Geoed
Prlt Antiialed

The shipment of cabbage has com-
meanced In this section sad several
crates are now being forwarded daily
by the express company.
Heavy movement of this particu-
lar vegetable will not occur. however.
until about the first of next month.
whem they will be goinl from this
ant other places by the carlead every
There has been a larger number of
acres pleated ia this section this year
than for quite a while, and from the
tact that the Northern markets are
about exhausted of the vegetable
tarmers are anticipating good prices
throughout the season.
Not only has the aereage ben large
around GalinesvlAe. but all dova the
line there seem to be a large number
of people that have planted heavy of
cabage, and the bulk f them will be
moved from about e first to twen-
tieth of next month. .
Ibt I to be hoped that the grower
will all realize their expectations ad
make good on the crop.


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It is reported that Key West is soon
to have another daily newspaper.

The American Tuberculosis Exhibi-
tiUo opens this week in Jacksonville.
Friday will probably be the opening
day. It is the first health sho* to be
held in the State

Pensacola's handsome new $300.uo.t
hotel will be known as the San
Carlos. which is typical of Pensacola
and of Florida. The hotel has been
leased for a period of fifteen years.

The Grand Lqdge of Florida, Free
and Accepted Maoua., are in annual
session i Jacksonville. The dedica-
tion of te new Masonic temple in
that city will be one of the features
of the meeting.

The Squier saw and planing mills
at Palatha are fast nearing comple-
ton. The machinery and shafting is
being placed in position. This mill
will employ upwards of 100 men. and
the average cut will be 45.000 feet
per day. ---
Policeman Reed of the Pensacola
police department has been suspended
from service for a period of thirty
days charged with striking a blue-
jacket from one of the torpedo boats
with his club after the man had been
The enormous Irish potato crop inu
the potato btwlt. principally at last
ing|. has almost all leen planted. and
in some of the fields the plains are
,ell upl out of the ground If the
mild etalther colitlliUta- thte alr.lu

creilcI ila t-ii)cr %all b t e licut 10114ll)
eiirl) aud fancy laricus %a would jorieaialu

The-'1,0111114 pl'l ickt' Siiih'I tie'. .are,'
'e igooibroul) hiuntinag for a uecuriturfet-I
er aIto tit fluesimagTamapa alid 'eitlialt)
a ilt ha alou rieus. 4Colc. oethIle' deacettgachil
Be lon (of a. ilI'% er lia If atiitaid I uuArier i&idla rp.
'there It.& % e ltie i qju it. is cciiia, ide 14tale
ittm Ini- r 4ofi to ti v it tita t- liti eire 11141liii
to-t-lit t cith w he 1mBice' arc maet~I a.
tlip kltAce %% ite I.t i-It' e adac, lItiol ''lle
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to S1S6250.

WASHINGTON. D. C., Jan. l.-The ed the contention that the Su est.
Supreme Court of the United States posed were excessive. saying that the
yesterday affirmed the decree of the business done In Texas by the coa-
State courts of Texas imposing a fine pany was very extensive and highly
of $1.625,000 an the Waters-Pierce profitable, the property amounting to
Oil Company of 8t. Louis and ouat- more than $40.000.000 and its d414
lan It from the State ae the charge dends as high as 700 per cent per a.-
of violating the Texas nati-trust law. num.
The court also sustained the action "Assumlng." he said. "that the de.
of the Texas State courts In the ap- fendant was guilty of a violation of
polntment of Robert J. Bckhardt as laws over a period of years and is
receiver and thus again decided transacting business upon so large a
against the company which sought scale we are not prepared to my that
to have sustained the action of the there was want of due process of law
Federal court to appointing C. B. Dor- in the penalties Inmposed."
chester at the Instance of the com- The action was begun In the State
pany. courts under the State anti-trust laws
The decialons In the cases were The bill charged that the company
unawous. I had violated the State's laws every
One of the receiveship cases came day through a conspiracy with the
to the court on a writ of error from 'Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.
the Supreme Judicial District Court to control the oil business in Te~as,
of rexas and the other from the Uni- but the company denied the charge
teu States Circuit Court of Appeals and in addition contended that even
for the fifth circuit, in "oth of which if it had violated the law it was not
courts the decisions were favorable amenable btcaure the business
to the State. Robert J.,Eckhardt was t'-'r ,"'ed wnas of an interstate ciar-
appointed receiver by Travis coun- ..t r a:.d therefore only subject to
ty State court on the eory that sueh control hr t0"' o nti:ed States authbei-
.pofrtment was necessary to pre t Ue. The penalty was at the rate
erve the property of the company of $50 Isur day from that time on.
until the penalty Imposed could be
collected. If you have lost or found an.ytng
Their Fin Net Too Hoavy. So not tall to keep your eye on tMe
Justice Day In the decision discuss- classified advertising colnum

and target range at Blaek Point on the
St. Johns river for the reception of
the Florida State Troops at a brigade
camp. which. In all probability, will
be held some time In either May or
June of this year. The State armory
board which has charge of the mili-
tary grounds held an important and
Interesting session in Jacksonville
Saturday morning. when it was decided
to push the work of improving the
grounds to a completion.

Obeervod the Holiday.
Owing to yesterday being Gen. Lee's
birthday all of the four banks observ-
ed the holiday by closing their places
of ltusiness. The land oice and pobt-
oflice were open. however.

As advertising finds the best market
for everything else. why not for your
personal service.?

Eagles Meeting Tonight.
The newly instituted aerie of Eagles
will hold their first meeting tonight
in the Baird building on the south
side of the square. An election of
officers will take place and the aerie
latnchl-d All parties having 'lamed
the charter limit are requl:e-t.d to be

B. Y. P. U. Social.
All members of the Haptist Young
People's Union are cordially invited
to a college social at the home of
W. R. Steckert on Wednesday evenlag
from 8 to 10:30 o'clock.

secure a tenant for that veat
room through a classified ad.s
The Sun.

Subscribe for The Sun and vote or
your choice in the piano ote=t

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Pl i -U ~ .e II i uii'I A -&,-ict -ite t llii c-elI -e'a) thc
I d.1%a nd %id ll race"?tinic toactic? a 'i ve

i-n t~i t'ionhrm,%'A if) (ki,% it-' the. wept,
Senator INe it a lap

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Sta~ hi tb'ii ucL~ul mce-rlai li ea~e '.er iaiit% as Puinruac s re-vlection had
sm a eso"W Ckat ur WAe puriafte urk a Ill be resuimedat *w is be"n decidd by a esemes is whicbbe

'eute i il i th e'Aglioiaturv State Tretw
aarcr Joloc She'atz (if iPiladellhlia h
chle'hii of the anti-orga~aizu'iollR
loullp1ica at'.. Fel-4t' Ie'd (ail) i ,t .it)thisO
% )tf'i' The e. trlacraijtI' I .3mew ls
', ete-d fur $etkutter Gteorg.I iiiI15Of
C, :erf..'ld it I?. ,A c U,,11.,Jre'd tt'F
tal,o the Iii~t G4proto I gha%*'r ?Oi l Vit""
let rg ii. z l'ltpl-r jubat .1r a ill be
EaiviII4 'the'w 14gaa'Letur Fill 1156
tilw Ill.'1-1-41 tvrusaof,!I id,1-'! 4&ts15
'itoor i'lliamdur C1' l ,%"'e 'At I.1
ig ii!March 4I 1,) ('eiS'$cre'18JV

-I lt-e' lstreaiuec'-d at this )a'- b o

;_,to iA gi-iai le' IliSau lidt o~
cie', hI.Ii ,g .aau t arid ai I, rgem

iitt c a r e-' tlilons the aaieiI reoIAM
ii64'IcteC'd ah, at i a, rwo'r r*tu.;rt A
t i ae d tii g e a a 'c a e t at i i r vi b
IkefSeate and are aMOS535(o

Keystone Republicans

Re-Elect Penrose Senator


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am s ty~ ft ow fw o e
a"O l tItI s
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lr M1111 O be easil met fK
s. m111 a rn1 prevafled.
Mlan w su~a ed as how bust
Ito imw the nrmlag of funds neee-
-a, ubo lwn mes not practiced.
mn e 3 I Ms led la the next
A.bne.s, "Mless tady," and in
t dba way made tear that it was
do inmeaed lm wOh did things,
md iN m-i em any subject meant
al a lnvetlat-." The doaig
o Mwas "deaiug eplidlyWasr. so
- O wemi M Mdl to clao.
Iw bvis was asked to close with
i-sw e of r rted talks.
1t8 t.me ade addressed the lasti-
Om n What a1 thought was the
weak pnt i nearly all the aux-
II-sN ; thi t was, the malnteresting
meahly meetings. In closntg t h
pee ighly of OGanesville and the
6e1p1a l mIaner In which she had
bea treated. Comeluding, she said
ae was expecting great things from
G vlaivlle.
Musie by the ebtr waoe me of the
very esaJaiable aifea of the Inati-
i at Me Wnemo em Twesdoy Mlre-

Mrs. L Thraser died at her
heM -i t Main sotreet Tuesday
merls after a Mlgering eliam cov-
aidn arvral weeks.
T e deased was in her 71st year.
me eam to 1GaIeslIlle with her has-
ld In 1815 trbm Atlanta, Ga., and
has made thibplace her home cam.
thmeomby ever seM. Mwe was the
wldw of the late Col. L Thrasher,
wVo died tn 1682, two children having
blamed their ulon.
I Mrs. Thrasher was a member of
the Baptist churc e ad up to a few
years stlce had been an active, earn-
at worker i the e a0e of Christ and
the churth.
Deceased leaves one son, Col. B. A.
Thrahar, to whom the community
ad a t of riendsa J The Sun in
extediag condoence.
The funeral services will be held
thiU morning at the First Baptist
church. and the following gentlemen
have been requested to meet at the
stables of Davis & Oliver at 9:30 and
act as pall bearers: 3. D. Wian. P. M.
Prewitt, M. A. Bennett. J. M. Rivers.
SL M. MiZeon aMd J. W. Patton.

Bar, Attention
Members Alachua County Bar Asso-
You are hereby noticed to meet at
the offc of Judge H. G. Mason in
the court house this morning at 9:30
o'clok. for the purpose of attending
the funeral services of Mrs. L. A.
ROB'T e. DAVIS. President.
C R LAYTON. Secretary.

Attention. W. C. T. U.
The members of the W. C T. '.
are requested to meet at tihe rooms.
107 W. Court street, this niurtuilg att
9:35 oclock to attend the funeral of
Mrs L. A. Thrasher

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cureo tick Head
Also Nervous Headache. Trstelhr'
Headache and a lite frt(re Grip| Sltm-
ach Troubhli or t'eqiutlr Ir'ublh..
Try Capludue. -it a liquid -tffvIts IL-
sedlately Hold ly druslgi.t-
If it's printed stationery you want.
The Sun omce is the place to get it
If you tta fer"dr o ante:.t see itf
i> ls advertised in the Want column.

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Al.st Goldi- lAambert. city. .... 3.4N5
.%I-- Julia Mcl)onald. city.... 1,790
COMING ATTRACTIONS. .. W. argent ............ 1,7,
:'.- Ituby Albright........... 1.120
New Baird Theatre. .'... I. San:d.r. H'avthorn.... 650 Ve
S, -- a (b,, tbiss MI 1. t.ernandz.s city...... 600 kgao
SIt.s l ~ na Staf. Waldo...... .. 545 .
dly (bmprnAy, tweNfty.-fir p | ..
Electric Theatre. it a a:.t ad. negritlate a trade1 m u
.Vu, Muoing pictures, each affen.nump for you-oft sor you don't need B [tobea
ami nigAt, rc e,,,eSudaN. for somett' -. i i

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-- .Sumnd Tterriby frm EUm
The AttraMetion At Nevel ie ich Made HIadoad Fet Swell,
asin. g md Are oi.ngeG *d P WldGAtIw -ArwmAl ed,
ninc. To-GO a Up Hope of Curn

Promptly at 7 o'clock last night all
the various attractions with the fa. WAS QUICKLY CURED
moas Johnny J. Jone l shows were
thrown open to the public, and throngs "I u rd im emPa qP my bheds.
arm ad feet for about twve years.
of people were out, the grounds were my hands and htt would swell, swet
alive with nlteret. and with the Mad ttch, thea would beoms callou
roar of the Ions, bands playing. and ory d tr pat knd f
ot nrw. l triad every kind ci
spieleers" talking, one could more nalve sad ointmt without succ
thea feel the talmaace of the l t mly i Acs can d b
haverS u them I would be
son. ad s ever. I rosd several doctors,
The masic gives by VittUee's Royal took emie for two years d at last
aIa. Bad I e the thrll up tnlk Im these was a cure for
ItasliMa Bn to e at ofu t art thrll- m. AfrtdimdCr atme litoed um
lta dellhts that ree ts on their m try~Im the Cutlu s R edies but,
arrival ea the Carnival rounds, and e -W uStd I did not m tinhb
t sweet, sootathig mlodies can bet. a trial util I got so bad that I ad to
ter be uderstoodwhen you hase ors oap a abo u int-
one experienced It mst and a bottle ci Cutera Reerivwt
The feature attractios with this aad by the time they re used I ci uld
me a vast impr cement mad my hands
great aggregatlo is the trailed wild ad test were heald up i o tnm
sal al show, which carries a More m d several botl or Cuteurs Re-
olenat. ThIwas over a year and
of the iest specimens of Bengal av had so trouble dce. think
ttagers. African liom., leopards. Polar entirely erd- Charles T, Ba
bear. hyenas, pumas, blck bears. R.D. .Tolat, Mar 10.'
wolves, etc., ever seen in -ainesville.
ach1 s ad every one of them are BABIES CURED
trained to perform. A delight to the 01 Tetemrig. DIfti a
litMe ones with this show is the six Hnamers by Caticer
ba lm only a few weeks old. The suierina which Cuticura Soap
Lo h e other lfture attrac- ad Cugtlras Ointment have alleviated
pong the other feature attrac- annf kin-tcrturwd. di-
t the "Majestic Theatre," man- t tur Inants and chl-
aged by "Oorf." which shows the drve, and the coesort
!i:1?C they have afforded worn-
transit from "Venus to Mars" and is out and worried pamt
a mystic novelty never before seen have led to their adop-
S tioa in counUtess hmres
here. as a pricriw tratmnwnt m
"'rom New York to the North Pole." or the s a n and bWld.
an exhibition recently imported from E fsema r cashe i
Crystal Palace. London. Eng.. a pano. zay humor are m fdily cured. in the
ramas with electrical features that maj. "y f s'. when all el fails.
r'u ,i I l .,-e r.t-TJl a0 Ictrmtl Trmtnft tor
are startling In their realism. ac- r of :" *Int1dnr? and Adrit s S
am@ of vutwE'Jas k (21 W0 to cae'w tow kP. u
companled by an exceedingly In- nm O tIa t f lto He t IhemP and a"e .
em R 4-uVlmq 43db'.). -,, IN the 1, rnn rI f M r
structive and entertaining lecture ,, sr vu nMS(=. O aG"*
drew great crowds last night. e u o si D rr S. a_
"Marshall's Old Plantation" Is .
another favorite attraction. It car- *
ries Its own brass band and twenty- CATHERE HUUALE Miss
two performers and is so realistic in
Its portrayal of plantation scenes that SIL IN TE LEA
we are wafted back a generation and
see our country as t as "befo' de olis,
"Amy. largest lady in the world. TINUES TO GET GOOD VOTE. Loni
and weighing over 600 pounds. gave _____o I
reception last night The manager nd a
of this attraction could not open his essie Dupree Received Higheat Vote t PI
show until after 9 p. m.. as it seemed Tueaday-Miss Dickinson and Mary
impossible to find a carriage in the
city large enough to accommodate McCormick Have me Number.
"Amy." "Amy" Is only a short time -0- IH
In America. Her home is In Man- Following is the standing of the 6AISIILLL,
chester. Eng.. and beyond a doubt she candidates in the piano contest as
is unquestionably a very large lady. shown by the canvass Tuesday after-
"Jones' Electric Palace." ith a noon:
series of the latest flms. Is another Miss Catherine Halle. city.....283.600
Important feature. Mis Dorian Ellis, city........ 282.070 oB
"Jumbo." .Irgest snake in the sorld. Miss lies~te Dupree. city..... .226.160
Merry-Go-Round. Ferris Wheel. Ocean Miss M. Daughtrey. city....... 67.470
Waves and hundreds of minor attrac- Miss Florrie Strickland....... 60.395
tlois go to make upi the largest and mi~s Nannie Dickinson, city... 49.235 Havinl rrpi
beet exhibition ever seen in this sec- Mlss Mary McCormick. city... 49.235 Bakter, wei
tion. They carry their own electric tiss Alma Fennell, cit... ..... 35.375 you excellent
light plant, which is run by one of Y)I s Julia Carter. city........ 2.20 e
the largest and most expensive gaao- Mis Jessie Evans, city....... 27.735
line engines manufactured and travel iitss A. Orol. Newberry...... 21.530
by special lacee cars. Miss A. Strickland. Waldo..... 18.530 i
The Johnny J. Jones Shows have a Miss Mabel Sanches. city..... 15.1533 T. Schalai
charm of their own. peculiar and dis- Mis Estelle Beal, city........ 11,730
tingulashed, and when you once come Mrs. I. Ware. ligh Springs.... 9.215
under its spell it will hold you until Miss Emma Hudson. city...... 7.490
long after its close. Mis Minnie Shawl. Aiachta... 6.716 ,5^ll
M t. Annie Heville........... 6.0004
b -. K. Carlton. Micanopy .... 4.17
NI1 DalaCosta. city....... 3.955
AM USEM ENTS S.; Xzlsk.Sheppard. Bell.... 3,905
M|i- Alma Sullivan, city...... 3.640








He Fn--reb.
"ville. lo iA

N. Nortel

Books, StlaIr,|

re Frimet .....

ut LILrrt Sztv,

;, Cakes

Lirtd and rmoysisi 4
are now prr'puetoo
t 'rvic'. Have 4-W 1
four door every no

W, Prop.

@OvL nUS

NY erndo wMO

miw as boo
I gvI-mt

p.- DLAW

,.Condon and liVer
I- ,- etbs he.3 do"
other mmucimLal' kinbod
Obothn or it wasm Do be
'Quinine salethamefl"' ,mb
$OLD Di 1E3
INa iN *'DAY.



_ _










Matheson Made Presenta.
h ~Which Was Respond-
ig by Dr. Andrew Sledd.

(By Dr. C. L Crow.)

peeMstation yesterday morni:i-
alUriversity of portraits of Je'ff.'r-
and of Robert E. 1.<.-* b"
Smith Chait'-r. 1 '.I ..
extremely interesting I-#,'-0 ii
ersity bI'gan at S::'i to r-ti
-reyance'. iroln tl' 1 ,o .'r" to |
and i ,ll v r,. 11 il.
when Mrs .1. 1. \aii-,,' ;
t of thlr' e'h ;:'' -
to order tl,, (',' '
a dien'*. Th* .I'!
SOecupk.l :,'e ': c : i ,
r's r tau 'd. ;lnd it. :: ..
set the liatt llii ',I ,1f ,'.
1 un forni. .r ..ih. : t > i
fWalker. Atnon !!' -ixi! "
iON reprei'biit.I. *, ,, i
Chapter. i'. I). :. '
l Confe',.ra* <'ii. .' i 'Vc ,
&1 Lew Wallace o,)-t. G. A. t.
dthrcises began with all ilv a-
I Dr. Sledd. Alter ftil. i- |
lt, in a fe.w u* 11- l C (, n
I produced Mr. Chrt.-t:; .a
who was to niake t0eI
ot presentation. The-re I:. no i
i tell the Gaile vtille r. :,':-i
Mii of Mr. Matheson' i. .;i:tn-fI
wile, of his phi-aing al|,i ',.in:,
Ml great oratorical I-',.r .::r
had a ir, ;'t t uoj 1. t.
it flttiinly.
a gra tuil i: ,,i''.i' .
referred to l're,-il.et I',: I
aad Fall (f t. !' ..1.
as a iar r; "
L n travel, to (- c t' : .. t
those a!hr t el '! \i4, V., 1
vain df.'ni I<-o thi- I (
b e repeat l i.;-. i.- ,. .
-I of the taok tO to :e' ':;:i.
I- Confederar .. ti.';i .- .. i .:
aO women of th.' S >.,;:i i. ;N
M to their oil1 ti:. :
it Is the l)auii;t, r- of t'. ( '
i who present tl., -e.* .! 'u.r-
.*" Then thet atilo), t i ( f-
a wft was lightly '.,ithe. u, i, In I
ilh re of Gi. L. e ;t. i ..iec'ial:. L
M te hanrg c r *tvh v., .,' f' I 'r )*' I i1
Ul-ieg. for Lee, "guideil a- \ I
e s1e of duty. !:-i'l reolve d to I
is Virginia after ithe war a"'! aI
Sto rehabilitate his de-ola:t lai 1I
her young men."
of our great leaders were '
!el to defeat and disapl)int-
STen the speaker quoted
S4SBator Daniel a ts.du'ti i.-
S Df avis.
'. Palmer has reminded us that I
I G Mation has rushed upon its I
Olf Whole force of the national
f Se omeUmes shoot up in one
character like the aloe which
at the end of a hundred years -
I Neard Mr. Davis sa a repre-
at the South. in his ardent
W bedoma and of constitutional

botunesa of Da~is, idoea" bi'
fin his fe-lbu-fciltmr'.uiv-iv
hUi 1 the purity of the-ar uwei-
Wiethen dwe-It Uleonl 'Agiira
repremetiteod hI4j ,epolcle' In
IStt. of honor and hI un-
5delity and ailuga-'.to
ftodefe~nd tia-h~e mr eof cit lie-,..
Of the re-al4in he fought a, 1leng
WaSWleft awhe'n tht. ,4ldie-.ne
tO 114(clte- laituij i tll a.('-
-Ulm)" thin tr. atIuiu-It colLin,
00 )Jif oMh. ititl,1 it .r! .a-t c
b 5.aterl ri 1 b 1.
140's death I!t.-r. ..
ON knapII.aik 1 .1,1. '
the Ge-tie-r,.Ihan

"Ir 9 iir-t.-1,,
,- r. c t- It
but bI.J I fII I ll- 1. k 4V

I t

)u u I 'r % d ,t- t .

ba~rlkvuliouii the alItAr
tour.Itr' adl .ito'










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pri'e--. art right. We
iii pt,-itinll to riiake


i 'L. -re i i ': lit arti-.tic :t'lv a

r* j S J i *t'iki t I

%;- Jl b#. Uzia tI. I .;d tlt l*Iii

Ir. Slvdd told of his early : oi'tli
in VirkIinl Ahtii the- %ound~ifrianitl.,,
%' ;ir ihad tnot e.t heen he'al.'d. and of
"ic L.ali~lt o .hu had 14arled at
!,i 1 .ir -* *-* *,s e'r ir-pir !-1 1
ft-ertf IIvad# r'l -4.mrdHerh tef and b*
f!t-%,d thatt ir'iiTi tht- Uniiivrs'lty IIouI(
go forth a: tih. d.-sce-ndantitof Tho-.-
g~.vat 14;tlji. ':'Ir %% r, niil uun\16tr-h'.
11of \%f 4 olr( ,; s-
Vhvin Dr. Sledd had concluded 'Mrs.
''Nainui right v*jorvoised her satisfac-
'I and delight in whiat had been

The e~xe~reises were concluded with
a piano Pitolo Mr. Peck Greene of the
I fileriiity. followed by a vocal &okQ
loy \r. K line G(rathami.


Two More Witnesses to IM Examined
Before Decision.
Two more ltnepo-t~,e it maltato tot
#-aiidned be-fore the jtudge- will ren-tder
rnin decision ini the lit-fley-Obte-en case.,
ieciditig wilit their thi- -ianiv is a bull
M61'. (J04.
The- Judge ha, b1*. enahe *4leI Kingit-4i:1l
*t,-.,Aozuish# r, for tlii-ia-It t~o dat',
lit-a ring th is bI e.n(v ut o(,ig I()
cirqufli.tazinc*# '%%I() if t he lizzioiMrtLant
h~ t 14 %%1-10*V 4 ui~'e I U 1(1 tilet- to.--1
1tt(111c '(of illh.. take ~ill f.Sate-
.4it v6 il.fit % t rI

it t It : -I *e I V I'!I 4 1. ,, 4 I :i l t 4 V' -F

11.Z0 OINTMEN-T I6 gn.araztate-ed t,
ck.5'e ally 4 .'.e of Ite bins I-.t
,,it *-eisg ~or V1itr'idiiag I'll, b IilGI t',
jr -1i 't'iJ.oZIv) Frfufded 50.,

F, I 0* .va t I.-i.,.Z 4 It t

.Q ~ --Ad ring tr~ubuta





Many Outf.f-Town Parties Present
and Hall Thronged With
Elite of City.

TL.- ('.C-f.'el,'rate ball given by Kir-
h.: Sni:'h C(haip'.r at the. beautiful
ilr'- t :.:** on Tu,'e'd::. etv. tnirng was
'' r,, ;ingi i:itll e %.tit of the' iea-
'n a:,4I nitn% of the elite of tlie-
ciy ,t ,k adantage of the arrangr.-
.. i- iii ..ael., by the, ladles for their
,,i.,rv anJ po3leurP on the closing
,! r'. '- no ,rt.inri.,i.'
Ti .,r- a-, no i(art uf th.. arrange.-
"." "I '- :: *. '' t,,* i t ff nir
t : f i.i -ial roj. t well

S i a' !. v.* rk

'. r;.;. t f r t. u -ion. and a
l.i:. ; I;: it.. r fi out-of town i *0: l
S\. r.- !.-,'. to i-art icipa.- in the
'*<:. ,:.' < T *> Ti..n.z Th#- I uutu f r;i 1..'! hy t.,- i:nme orchestra. was
aill that cou;1l NeI dc eired
From a financial standpoint the re-
celljpts far exceeded the expectations
ot the ladie. and some purchased
tick*-,s jiut for the cause it repre-

A Re!'ious Author's Statement.
r : : r. I iN ali ed
.- ;. ,..!: tr,. ,, ai td t t i.ilt r
i ,v:it -**' 'n v -'i:('k'-k V, iti a s %e-rT
'i iil ;" ,.0.8,g ,it'.(i HV.I (',f 1;f *
a -' n .- :. :- :, e. t *,
.t a ;t- tii .:.y urine con --
: : .;l a t li pa..- a! na:i.<' lfr tq~i;i(l d.ay aiwld !ii it
i 4 Z.t."; ieu,',! tali:>:g i h.'* 1.s Kid;, .
i.r .! a:il t hf i njin gr.;,. a!!y
I aated ( r.nd fl:ial::' cea'-ed and ryi
Sir;,',' to <('nri1 normal. I chee.,rfu!ly
r.'-Oinflncnd Fuolly's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. McColluni & Co.

Solid Car Hogs.
A .solihl carload of hogs liasfd
'h .'.h ~Ci e. cit. .*. ,t rei. for South
Florida u.here they will be butch red.
This I.. a ne-w a.iy of shipping fresh
iieat in this -ection. ut it stands
to) r.a'cn that it would |lrove a way
fotr the- peo.ol to get the nm at fresh
1)y doing their own butchering. The
,.\l>i.',- in handling fresh pork In this
tniaienr is tnot as heavy as it Is by
purchasing It already dre.-hd

The Meanest Man in Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown, is cross and disagreeable, and
.s sihurt and sharp 4n his answers.
..i.ie cases out of ten it's not the poor
fellow's fault. It's his liver aw diges-
tion that .i-k, tiiu feel io miserable
-he can't help being disagreeable.
Are you in danger of getting Into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Ilerble for your
liver-the safe. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. M. John-

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. ^, If eleht..d I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
ptectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir
re,-'e (ilAS M. D)ELL.

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
I.o< k'"g la gril.ple ('ouighi that may
d, loIp into Ilit-uliiaihli o0ter nilht
are. quickly cured by Foley's Honey
.iln! La.r Tha' ;F- and ntliameid lungs
ar hi i. ald auil .-tre.igthi-e-ed and a

On hk. 1 7 W ihd" MIeIM
na r" 1w qehMU, buA, on w n
fftt* jr ram 6"w"b.
lawd's Owl& Flow h wN~

Fruits, OsfoM* an" a" fs"M Ow
cande& @WMon of am d M"Nso
anl higb-pvshk, e-d wpiq@&
thmehi. OM A"D M U&

I _____________________________________________________Owe____

A New, Msie RuFvOa Iddg i
Stea fatulst, (ats and Electric Light&.(7~m

1' NLNqFL. MwasagLa

those W& a Ocee S Itm.JA&~@vaM
w.e arrn at jaceogwfl. a a iwe me a OMpAIe 010k fae U
onimfft saq


It pays the farmer to plant only the bu. Wlif'
qut.-tion not of "how cheap," but of "howe.

We an now booking ordem or Pw and othw r .M.samnM We
will be plod to mmad ye pri m asa. *= _


* G. S. Merchant & Co.
intaMere ami bm thesP b

Staple and Fancy CrocerIde

A Oomlee so c at OaO !ag O i P aftsu a, -W .d -0-A
New i"al amd e Woee ..m a -vtvioye -

feTHZ S. JORDA. WW. 1.Wm





Fire, Life and AceIdent ,1**,**u?

Pressing the Fact

rr *- -*.IaI lit ptl i %1uek kIY A% ert-
.. Ilak' s-l. joi ) -6lie.oi) and Tar
:, tI.- dj-eJ Ae kA&V J W1eV MC4o-

The asake Llrmo4n reads the salst
a-Is u'.ery des)-aisud a~naerv *uujL' &I
II( t A.
If )ou 1 ..iC foeiud aanvtt 3g ret if
it lee wl' ~. -I".,-d Itltb" Waut Ll4 ulunmit

-"~ .- -P -- ---


"ai Grow

Iovtoaii yourJAIVmind that ypm
arrno nA .06 your d.S to
ymionrmf, wiah or hm~y bW
leeVttag )tmlf pnqwrly upin
t-tmi 1'7hinmamm iswhot am
% ant to. do howm We dwal
%4A;, t po I to foli "ptthe Polls-

I.*- yer I1-4141W is but
1411,11 jhiY I-i large in


-- -- .-w-COMPAKIE :::


P'"Iri .LT SUN: f 4n VWLL, FlOiIDA, JANUARY 20, 1909





Al ofwest o a
*b, l f re-

,s '' ^ 'of in wB-
=H d m ga at Iseve

rlspa a erimad

-' .m b i-- a.-
-t- Sgowast s..

Me -M tu a BMW
Ba ag a btoWest .

-lmi i i h Ul
: Fmoooo

Ue MeMte.Mr.

*- W- .Ne -d -est
OWO, W6 aie-
t i lo SOW*

iMala -I atey
Sa Cangesaw

mgawbe to abwe
: 1

Led -ieson yew at n-

- S b'1. Cuter-WeCll. pu t
Of9l a s t-lt s stralgt
4lml.)ald Well. than
n k--L sa Teatter
Aa my l ywed.
Sw-Ie i O i tela mae

w laperaraat iarl wio rta

MWlTea. Sle's is ove

ia I sli ghltst doubt In the
e tHa ,aiDasr r orngs do lo
rbuf h eianp.i.- by she
i-! a s M< tmioculit t. with tih
i ---m ba ia ta weosto' hIe&
agd l e aLie
i gvss@tet*k

W~5destUt1 j' 4the son*-
it.of cases by
atNeo.5*.'. Herpk-t..
to easea hy the same germ
ea m bald... and can be pfe-
ukh the09 SaMergmedy-Zleske''a

wommgo se suit& -e. fldroy h

00 w-Mm ate aow IL"
S POW"&A f.. Sps" ASMOLa.


p Omif inWis is illel-

ONl pmeko -meed with slsering.
MIlet age, e. rag-eosly aghtiag.
Teath preteenag hapateattly;
Children, aamble to explain;
An ina is.ery from their kidney.
Ony ttttle backache first.
aee when you catch a cold.
Or when you strain the back.
Many eomplleations follow.
Urtary disorders, diabetes. Bright's
Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache.
Cure eery form of kidney Ills.
Mrs. N. K. Carter. 108 W. McCormick
street. Galneaville, 7F. says: "My
son complained of a weak back and
patns across his kidneys for sonui
time. He came bome at night. tired
and hardly able to eat anything. It
was dIBcult for bhim to assume a C-.
fortable position and be felt generally
miserable. Itnally be decided to give
Doan's Kidney Pills a trial and pro-
em a box. This remedy soon re-
moved all signs of kidney trouble and
he has had no return of It since. "
Por sale by all dealers. Price 50
Moa!. PfsterMllbnrn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sale agents for the United
M Mr the ame-Poan's-and
tae Wa other.
Bank ef Eo gtand Watehe*s.
Wben yne enter the Hank of tEpp.
land by y dour four mnirs of eyes
Wrakb yn. tioumb you nrI unaware
f this bet. a it MPtd **'le to the
deem are hiding places It which are
ewr sMurdlasn of the bank Too can-
aft se them. but they can watch you
Oth the aid of reflettng mirrors In
whh they b can see your entrance and
*dt and every movement from the
fle yeo enter the portals of wealth to
Itd m-lei t you leave them.

Omasats Ia punishment only when
a chld is actually bad. Some moth-
era think that an crying is badness-
We mot. Whem your baby cries, look
our ps a or 8q4e external eause; If
yea aint 3Ad them give the baby
WhNWe Cream Vernlfuse. as the
hamnes are It iss mfering from Vwaso
wih keep It huagry and roas all
the time. lPtesaat to ake--are Ia
IU aUto. Price I 2 otea. Sold by
W. Jobsoma.
Her Veaise.
Mr. Highbrow--it was Mlihehle. I
balere, who olwwrrod that "wirti::iu l
the alt of man's life." 3Miss KIeeu-
Quite tre. Toung men aren't hnlf no
thib after they get married.-lkuston

Tee Mush Pao4.
Toe feel as If yea had ose face too
maoy wha yeo have neuralga. don't
ye? voe the face-youe may need
It, but gt rid of the aearaglia by
applying BallerSa aov LUnment
Fioest thag la the world for rbeu-
maltm, aauralgia, bumrs, eat, scalds.
imoe baut and all pala. Sold by W.
M. Johaaa.

The Ral Work.
Client-How is my ease coming onT
Sorely you've had tUnme to look up the
law? Attorsey-Oh. that was easy.
rye been pttiln t i my time studying
the luhamiscl--I.-am racieco Call.

Every Meher
is or should be worried whea the
ttle oaees have a coaugh or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurtiy or pneu-
moiala-then to something more seri-
ous. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complicatio.. Sold by W. M

The Wise Way.
"We should all strive to forgive our
eaemMles" remarked the wwise guy
"Yes; then they won't lie so apt to
gst back at uia." added the simple mug.
-rhiladelphia Record.

There Is no cae uon rec-urd of a
cough, cold or lta rippe dlVt lopig
Into pneunonila after Fol-)' 'a I!one.
and Tar has beet taken, a. it i ur.
the nuost obatlinate deuclt cilteld Itiougi-
and colds. Wl') talk ji '.hit ,I *
J. W. lMcCollul & Co
P- -

W'Wembeeo P oownee We So e H ie
Seuoeo. Lie Catl&e
Cretl and despotlc wer some of the
petty princes who ruled the fa ther-
land before the Napoleonic warsas *i.pt
them away C'bairlea u.ene of Wrt-
temhwrn. born In 17.s. died In 1793
and during his sixty-Aive years of life
tormented his parents. his wiv-rn and
ble imsujects. Ills frst consort. Fred-
ericka of Beyreuth. was worthy of
him. When entering Wurttemberg
soon after their marrin e the girlt
threw masses of flowers in front of
them. "What do those dogs want?"
the prtncei asked her husband. They
were always quarreling and never
spoke to each other without intirllng
The prince was always h,rt of nmonry
and sold f.(00 of his SliJilts t' o rfig
land to raise the wind. lie took tlhe
poor wretchest from the fields. ri;lped
a uniform on them anal sent them to
their destination no If they wire cattle
Once he called all the young anitn of a
certain district before him aidl muile
the following speech: "My brave ltmy'.
do you want to go to tight In tIle' rnnk*
of the Engllih herwoe against the s v-
ages of the continent?" No r,'Ily wmi
made for the moment Then i nnimlber
of the youths stepped f.rwnrd. nnd
one of them said. "We do not want to
be sold like sheep." The prince prompt-
ly gave orders for two of them to be
seted. put against a wall and shot at
once. Then while the blood was run-
ning from the mutilated bdtles of the
two unfortunates the prince by divine
right said: "Run away You see I do
not want to Impose my will on you. I
think of your welfare like a father
does of his children. You wrant to
fight by the side of the valorous Eng-
lish." All consented. Schiller heard his
father tell this story. and he himself
related It In a arene of one of his
Phil May's Drawings.
The late Phil May was popularly
supposed to be the "lightning artist"
par excellence of England. It Is quite
true that be could draw mnnny wonder-
ful things "straight off." But lhen a
subject had been cbosen for aI Punch
Illustration many drawlutig were mande
trom a model or models who first had
to be discovered. By a process of we
election each draw;Ug of the sutbJe.t
bore fewer lines. When the drawing
was published most of those who look-
ed at it thouhrbt that It had Imt''i deln
with a few rupiid strokes of .i, pen.
whereas It probably represented a
week's hard work.--lmndon N-ws.


Have You Heard of Hyemel for Ca-
tarir, Aethma and Hay Fever.
If you wbeeze or sneeze, hawk or
spit, saulle or blow, something Is the
matter with the membrane of your
respiratory tract, and you need Hyo-
And you need Hyomel because It
will cure you of any etarrhail or In-
fleniamatory condition that exists.
it isn't a stomach medicine, or
spray, or douche, but a very pleasant.
healing. antiseptic halsam. from th.
eucalyptus forests of Australia. You
breathe this hal-a:n a!r thr ug'h a
snial'. hardy ri'htw-r fl, :',ler., an"! it
reaches every nook. corner and cres-
Ice of the membrane, and promptly
kills the catarrh germs.
J. W. McCollum & Co. will sell you
a complete Hyomel (pronounced
Hlih-o-me) outfit for $1.00. on the
money-back plan.
"The use of Hyomel cured Mr.
Cutler of catarrh In 1904. He hua
strongly endorsed the use of IHyomel
In many i iirlainc-.. and we are glad
to go on record regarding this mnarf.l-
out; catarrh cure and endurbiing it.,
use'"---Mrs. A C'ulltr. 2*t PIo-.it a
nue, Ilattl Cr('r.k. Mich ct 12 I


Qures Dyspepsb.

Yoaw m ieybck I kdo.L
.me4an eif Irome heatburn.
Sch. stomach direaa a it
so50 ca a Iare boa aI

wot dam-


As well ask "Are all doctors quacks -or Are a law.
yers shysters ? We all know there are ignorant quack;
does that prevent anyone calling in his good, old family
physician in case of need and trusting him? There am
shysters, but there are also honorable lawyers to whom re
confidently trust our lives and fortunes.
There are fake medicines advertised; but they are not
fakes because they are advertised. A good( thinr'i worth
advertising; we all want to know about it. T'hc more a
bad thing is advertised, the worse for it in the en(d.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comp ) inl1n i no fake;
yet it is advertised : it advertis.c it If ; and tho c who
ave used it are its best advertisers. and that free of cost,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
proved it, merit by more than thirty years general use.
This simple, old-fahioned remedy, made from roots and
herbs, ha.s become the standard medicine for ailments pecu.
liar to women, its fame is world- idtle.
Read this plain, honest statement of what the medicine
did for one woman; her own words; if you doubt, write
and ask her.
Chester, Ark. -" I used to think I had no use for patet
medkline.s :and would not read the advertlsementg. I think ne
if I had I would have taken Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vegetable
C compound auad saved myself years of suffering. I lead suffered
from fennale troubles for twenty years, and when Change of
Life canmt- I grew worse. I got so nervous I cold not sleep
ifghts and could hardly get around I suffered agonies.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable C('onpound waa recon.
mended and It helped me no much that I continued its uae,and
I amsi 54w'i1 that I f'-el like a different pereom. My advice to
all suffering wtien Is to try Lydia E. Pinkhau'as Vegetable
Compound."-Mrs. Ella Wood.
The maker's i.f I .vlia F. Pinkham's\ Ve-cta .'e CCn-
pound lihte thousands of such letters thuy t(Ill the truth,
else they could not ha-.e b(cn obtaintdA for 1lve or linniv.
This medicine is no plausible stranger- it has st<-,d the
test of years.
IFor years T.ydil E. Pinkham's Vegetable
onimpoul ha.ts IN-en tihe tandt:rd revsmely for
female ill. No ,-tk woulitn dloes Jis-tice toi /
he'rse l It lo will eiot (tr ti. famoisii e Iiticine.
Mad, e\lu,.iv el from root. and henrl,,, and i
has thousands of cure to it%. credit. r r
If tilie alge ^We 3(.I do not viviera w rite. to Mrs. V .
Pinkham at l.yn., i.Mnt., ftr her advice-- it is 4v i
free and always. helpful. L 6^14



The Long Dist:nce System
One of the most valuable featuress operating in various sections of the
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip-
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of oper-
tion with the extensive Icrg dim'.nce i-ting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close traflt
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tele-
sosisated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
distance lines in the seven States In ask for "Long Distance" and be put ia
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any point
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, rdiat-
in which a Bell Tolophone ayatem is ing throughout the nation, is uased
operated. daily in commerce and for social pur-
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer and
most modern and Improved construc- citizens in all walks of life and our
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an impr* 'ant link in this
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, g,'oat chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

ano Telerraph Company
30 8 O IA-;

Efficient Service. ressoible 3u

J W. McCOLL UM & CO '.

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... Ota. Oupo1nW Roome

P. pebMsed evry mortagm -
OV""m --
W&q gtd byear r in s thecity,o r
P t of tO rfted Smats, pOtage
"-lo---. s geawi month" IIs Ilthree
Spggs aAve week--strictly in

~lecI to l clisna a toctntoat line
uii ,S aLd Serlntsfor each *d,.ional
S y l Advertiing made known -U

Wqeek sun 06an eight pesie f,,rtv
-- PubHohed every Mot !.-y artl
i i ota s i all the news of the
gsle *ad ireneral, and w:11 be
fme. toany part of ither :itet!
j for om na year-in 'r,' incr.
t_ bills become duc after first
g adver tisement. un(t-r 'et,'tr e
ogatlact Part.es no k we t.- '
IJ to payfor iidr* i -i -

Sio tempers the winter to
i eCal bin.

o go making Taft a iple'tiil
aood eating.

Ow character in Pittsburg ap-
|Il pretty low.

telSate cease from troubling
i Teddles are at rest ?

Ondo funny to hear tihe' 'r,.-i-
SIthe Seuatt to n.iA.l its. o.% i

gi keep on putting jtike.r.; in
ln. saving s bank !:11 it will

Mp b never t x:.,'iwr i!t >uffi-
| 0tth truth to field out % hetht r

| Roose it at i.lli. ry;..,,i
pil to wind up iii a blaze ui

$1W out as the ,attle flhtt;
S tioa has turind out to i.
lgnme and mercy.

S landis tlnukb $.*.,*i." *
b41 halng entitles him to a re. t
ObIlard Oil cauNe.

O i onot only gives aw,:y
but hte %rites books
can you beat it.'

l who calls on Mr. Taft
comes away with that
"Cabinet possibility" look.

P. Taft is to get nothing
P*lti0 beyond a kind smile
t Cmciousnets of duty well

Swltiho get married this year
thil to hold their head, up
H, h lN3n that they arc free

KAttorney Situms a the
Oil Company is "not yet uutl
^-a" *Pretty good thing for
1^I1--i we fancy.

Klhb man with two h'.arts
S Will never marry. Proh-
llg t It mpossibkl to Ox both
WiMloit~ll on the hal11t' LUdy

0 l~Wone dozi-i aAr vgev.
4"" uemi the- iiumd dw t tr

aEa BAA."b4 911h PINi 'st hi'ul
1 he iflUaiaghaizs ..I t i
b Sloe Eumu t io.' l.

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I At ':mtt C(rmi t ift''iemin
Tit#- f- q-A of all At 4aare fe cusp-
e-t justt now with an arntute'l inte'r"9tt
,inl the Florida citv of Penuipitolft
vkhure' h. r is urisl.r vifat '-%el.'terreihi-
i'd alte'nspit to ir'store,' thi.- 'blue la s-
na xthv% S a r.e unt rted i-i a IlIt hqar % hicor
fifty years agt
At ti th a Jict tre'. thee anutis'ritic .s
aund th.' bliefit,]% a s .' niltl v -.I,.
(of tht, ctmtrmsrect 1-llsse'%-e )no i
?53iaiiv ,tm-. i .s-c.r'ninnoti'.ly piticlh. '
foar ripe n'usg the-ir rmalsl (i!tiitSmA3 th-
-ofttdrinkik -tatili-hir-:st ha'. rfti' ci
'111) with a ksscg '111 Iii. Snt1.i-..th. :%:'l
tth#' muily 0ti.g I11in1 re'straitt' th.'

- o!T ? cr i41 it e. :r *ii r !' -.%~ :

riTe -'' a litr 111,4 frit% .0 -tom .*'ha

t fit- 4--1 it, r v' Ic i c r '.- v I. ithowt -
', It I : ; I Ie' V11 .r, th l'

;h-r~al tiatu'It. lc' I -gthin in ti

We h~ae% ide ned out as t) o oul and
puitii shisce t ho'-t' dn)y. assit we' arv
*'eslily arri' hig at the' knoa eIiie-tg-
t hat iit u.n re nost fli.4el b%:: )i tavt'r-
%or lorc'ct~ t. but by e example' and 1.%
iiiichitrgs that 11.0a~ i. 7ml aWith-i
oult dotiliT 'louivi1i to' rStit,-' tl~lelct'4


The WAV-hlngton *i rli d n Th*
sotith (.'ariliiia l.e i til re P, riitinl
and cordial indfor-,ement of elnatot
Tillman didn t attract very much at
tenitlon outlsl of the' tate,. You
niuatt .ill*unce o llmti-nt (ie t-ionmaxe.
if .ou ant thelI Irews lrerad from one'
0,ind of the Iounitr to thep other now.i
da -."'
Th.- Norfolk lkanlndmark ea' s: "Call
forti Ia whuld not Ib' ha-ty in fttrring
lip Japain -' aitiaoiltiilm. lut h' lhas
a rih to .pa,,~ an \ law that Is c tsf ti'itl andi .l*i ii. l hi i. ls niore' right'
,i rii. -t hai;in this- ountrvy a til
l \, Jil m b ; -imllar (o;)lditton.. W hy
-Aho1,1l t .'. :;i't *ii. sh.ik*' a great fuisc-
.tixtii a ('lifoiiia. law proahihiting
ti.- ov rii sr-Lii|p of land in that State.
'' A.' -int i >. ti wh, ie .Jap;an h* r--elf for
'il- t!.** o i t r-hip of lanil li Ameri

Th*. \\:i-hlhin ts ;i e P.). -:it kn..

;,fil t'r r iis theu. Iut 'r Coi te 'ni t of
lt .\ l -'i* T h,- "\ 11 i 'n w l I ,t i ri'r
r" nrvmi-. Tiheyv c-rt:iinly do not car
r% \ % ;i .-;a fe r p4:,rp 4, o',h rt t -.i
to do injury to the people a ho n:a.\
|" i < ? ,,, 1' ir 'o; il ,'\'..lir a l '
i dlo i(t ipre jt:dti-. tlie-.-in 'elves in th,,
.t- cf th ordinary jury. This is
on tllii ii i that r? -qiire'. explanation.
It has coime to the point where, the
nan w ho totes the' revolver should be
punth.'d for that offense. He segmns
to t. saf from punishment for u g
his we:;iot af

Sicki Headaich

m0 v us

1411- %-
For Permanent Relief

arm amipien" wm~risbamefmw% mid in ssi uwt
Lemttubcs: stu~ftbwEapwlIy d = weAk
WalI- '-o derangeents boy.

IMfr Cmis A ISeoftlm AM
DalardSnw LautCL
I.L LAW69 %L L 4


No i. iic-a. -i .... ... u.:. rn.o-t that Tlhe hoo)-ing ,of a capital for a na. V V i n __ i- iVla '
Am rila. or h'i t r outh.- p:,-I t of it t to)in is of rare occu n rice. hut ahen
.at It ha-t. would -anct:in or pier it r the Ita- -' lt,' 'nsra lyt '.it Is by
laxity f 'ani ir- ol'ali +S lda I a. Il al:i.: T- a'r ic ai f '" .,rlh.- -- --
1WuOjtritv of th, iSthi rn citis. for
+ t: i in fr q1 it, tii i and!n ,ar-
***.nit c th 'i so- called "l )tio la a i ;ac sE n 'i,
h:l,0. I f i'l oi i l, t- l,- r full hail t

;n u.. r. ....il : rt ;l i ., ,.-* tti lA iw. n !FFECTIVh D.C. 1 ..
;...ti. i i i n rr a. ,tal i'i,-r a good dnl of
.i .. ; ,**.! I ri!it,'l.- 1 ;>t;'l in t -o di niai4 h a v e,
"I i i, I I .' 1 *r -i l;'- t thialt h! <. ii ll
... r T. o.. ** i.' l..rican lr,'.dno, f Leave Gainesville for licanopy, Fairfield and lo-
I0l,. 1[11:4 t3 L" f 1 1.r il .1 I ,t --, i .- .l
-, i ..,c,,, ., 'r.t c n, which -ihall cal points South .. ...... .. ........ 10:10
"; I, / i l .1 +-: it I' r .' i .i Il I r : 1 .1A *I "
is:, v ioab ii.i h ,.f t.:n,,,i ,.. ... :.e..aith ,as. t... .. Returning, arrive Gainesville ................... 4:
I ': rs, I 1 ; 1:r ti, i- a ':-".-
a,., t.....t '. 11 '.t- .. dJ-: IC i ,.- t,, th,. ,ri-d Leave GOnine.ville. for Sampon City, Palatk,
t.,at no )ta't,,,. 1, -trongr than ,c011- 1i;a:*h of the I'ni' ir t h said Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00p
!':; i n \*'r **:'rti ilar the tract *
..':n -en'inestr., I -ts i ow1 s .--',.n is admirably adapted for its Returning, arrive Gaineville.... ............ W9M pi
:,0 1ll,, ilr.a i Ci :. .. Iltill t er ,r "f
purl-pose. Now the Australians are un-
r,'ligioi h," Cnr0i' on. I'lh law... or i -
.thore cnd.mn,.d by that p r* i. e Itr-. ce'-tain ,,hat name to give it. A. L las. t. Sept. L ldw. Ta t.
atis r -'l -iou. -Sutiynen that d .N' "The V inning of the South," by | I.. 1 A 1b.
Io-e siiht of the- factor of progre-s. illiam Howard Taft. promises to' be
make a blue pe>ohle. HVhat i n more. i t ..ro_
snjake~ a blue'ko'Ic. hati re.quite as interesting a volume as -he
they 1ir.iuteh : ,at w : th. l inning of the West" by Theodore
e-:ec. ally (.ulltionls u. a. zaIh-t -- .9el
.. .. Roos vl~t.\el

hylKx-risy. "envy, hatred and all un-
t h.iritablvl'.e>-."

In both ihe Ine-r Last and far Ea-t
matters reinhai in an unsettled condi-
tion and are the cause of anxiety to
other countries. In the Halkans the
reassuring outlook of one day is off-
rut the next by disquieting rumors.
and as the winter is slipjling by fast
and no settlhnltent of the various ques-
tions directly Involuing Turkey. Aus-
tria. Ilulga:ria and Servia is in sight.
there is grate danger of hostilities in
the spring. In China the dismissal
of the reform prime minulite-r cauM-.-
lmuch unlai','n-',' along the foreign
le-gations. inasmuch as the action be-
trays a reactionary sentiment which
li always hostile to foreigners.

Frank A. Vanderilp. who has been
elh cted president of the National City
Itank of Newt York. the biggest bank
on this cointhi-nt, egan life for him-
self as a t-I- *l.pape'r rl;porter. This is
e\idencr, of the fact that opilortunity
h.I not 'pa d ior idlustrious .otitsK
InlIl t ot ri-. Iii thi ci tllslll r.lial t orll
A11 illlltd i lo ,%oiltg ii, hi\ i- to l tic
i-' th, ir diutf ii tl h,. oicil tunl ,e'-
w Ill tli0 I I.. i.

1itm. (. C "it -St ii-,
l'ra v'k J C! o i j s. i t',o.Isb t hut
'z 1 4 r jI e it:'tci '. ftir:. i

I. ~tN.'K ii Y

ii. .tisi i.

("l &t tc.q 'it, tit tjC ', it,

jl~j I .nth. iL er eisI

I'at la.

Act Quickly
and you will have yourself a lot of
.-ufftriti; atil tr u'.le If oUl ? ... 1
sudden chill--or take cold if you
hate colic. cramp or diarrhoea. dount
%ait a minu.te. Take at once a tea-
spoonful of Perry Davis' Painkiller in
a half a glass of hot water or milk.
Yo ill be safe and on the right road
to quick re(o'ery. Then you'll e<'calie
s, nou% illnuss. HBut you ought to haee Nei
this tried and proven remedy on hand
for inmntediaT i-* 't i;g prepared
is half the battle when there's pain to
subdue. New slxe bottles 35c.. also in
.,lc e~.'i- t sizes.


"I ted all kade of b"in ec4le** wl i fllelt4
t4od 'r &iyg'm tbut I 1&%ae. tenuniS th rigbtlaag
*i .. )y MY fu' ua fill U .ft& i ,I l a .' lii.- w.
lallt. Afilab t ing 'Ca-aree n.-r Ill i 1, t I
*omtliulf.g lh the io iU *'( t nl re&A ..Be- dU: l0 41i
th.m 0. a1 friea-l. I fe. te n uhin I i. n it &i
iets lag {|e to o haie a caUitce. io recua.
SF.dC. Wima. i.n .*** '. waiX. I.

bNat ro
The Dowel*

Ple~aeart Pa!%Abtt1 Pte-,t#,t ,.Ei. ilii

5'rstelint!'er&.JY Ca.,C. of "srN..

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Consult the "P

detailed information, i
ervations, see your ne
write to 01

Pass. Agent,
Atlantic Caiat Line., J



East and West

purple Folder"

rates cbedule ad s.w
arrest Ticket Apet,
r call on

TftV. PaMs Agu
acksvilk, Frid&.

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Air Line Railway
~*isaseWosrrlo-, R. I all-.prWili ffsa C. fiommaa e moers
s~':~"%lI.e'e' c*e5 (''IIEN.84 )LTHI'kN PINES,

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ti r et,.reveimt.i Carao.Il
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Pfom -Wbktw be tge syseme. IW.
MA botekIn the Is-

W;i wbehss

rat sad feed

ST whaole ma proeay establab-
Wa.er *t*a he. mada. G.i..uWe
The beht w bosei t the State
mtoMe of JatloteU.
A Government abulMing soon to be
leted to eost wbue completed
0 ao w .MS nI m am plasterers.
w =p w, petageIm meahlnsts and Ia-
B Nmor ala of paved streets and
J, oi walllm than any otber
Is to ti trlor fa th rate.
As $A emrt heuse built of brick
a sme- beautiful structare.-and
the lawls, wer beds, shrubbery.
SMl e i me mmett, e att rroat ne pd.
a. at U It, mabe It mnst attractive ple-


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D& o-. -. WALDO,

4M~m ~ IlMgKe&00NoMae Ob
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Oraham mlMmg. over
& Earle's store. Pbone

amn m sbse5s M MOR Deft

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fleesm MWevIs.U

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a. OA. ARLU,
And Gbolin I usoo
See DUk.oeaaaagsaf d Urn
00A lanA"..All bvflsems u smu
~eadd te&OWeseat dSIO&A~
WI. *AknoBVU.E3. ?tmmmL&
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orw ~ftm M~am.

Pee railways systems.
OW boaavolemtorders.
0 slie" .Jchurches.
OAd NIAise land UMV..
ip 46mqyWlaboratory.
MKOW WM~school.
a ftm~browan church.

ag ehd~ist ebigrc be~

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In Which a Re

be Awarded a

Certificates Val

The Bush & Si

sentatives of TI

The Contest to

Behalf of Bush

One $400.00 HON
residing in the Couni
number of votes betv

April 15th, 1909

In addition to the Piano th
on a new $4(K0 Howard Pii
as a first or initial payment
given in this voting contest
To Ik first Msi recm th
To the sc six rus'igdhe e
To ats accem i raewi| the
These due hills may 1-
for any value they mtiy see
chase of one of these new I


10 CON



sident of Alachua County Will

Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

lued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

afford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

he R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

be Conducted by THE SUN in

& Safford. : : : :

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

lional Gifts
ire will Ie issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
1no, eighteen Tran-ferable Due Bills, same to oIv used
t on a new Howard Piaino. Theoe due 1,ills will be
t as follows, to persons residing in Alaclhua Conii:t
st to th ow"ft., M r ewc w for .......... $211.0011
st hiWh eV, a M i w each tf ...... ...$ S175.0
at nets, a s hw for each fr....... ... $151.11
e used by the winners or can le disposedd of to anymore
Sfit, and will be worth their face value upoit the pvr-
f%% ffni l l Il V

11 thie e !1t of a tie for ally przeo ee al~t'i prz |) s, .mlllil i n i itaF-t respe ,,-
to 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 establlihments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broe.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes ay Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
ments of the merchut, giving votes and at The
Sun oMice. Votev s&nt by niItil must be dir.cteid
to the Voting Contest Departn nt of The. bi.i.
Galnesville, Florida.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone I 11ng la
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by amtue reputable
I-r(onu. to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro-
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate IS
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstandir:g between
candidates or others hiterested in this cotest.
such contrersy mtay be referred tu t! ,. cor
ductors of c(,itt.-t. %ho alone are tl:,'- iT.rboonf
qualified to retindtr dec.iloms.
4. In the et-iit a candidate decide- ih-
draw from the race. .uch candidate %inl :.
ali.-:.d to trian-f. r ot.- to the credit Iof auth(be
cutdidate in the cointsL,



$1.2 --Three months' subscription . ....... .. ..


$2.50-- Six months' subscription ..................... 1.0
$6.00-One year's subscription ...... . .... 3,0
For a club cf five one.year subscriptious (before April 1, 1909).25.0
For a club of ttun ix.mouths' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,0

$1.00-O 0c year's subtcs iptiuu ...
Fur a club of five .t.' ,ai substr:ptton-

-DO 2oe 00 ~
00. votes 3.500 vjt'-'
0)0 votoi 30.000 v.Jtt~s
UVA ."b- In nai a 0


400M votcr
4.0tA votel

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Solleitil vitea by candidates or friends within the stores


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Ia DAILY 8tif: GAfNaVwFI1jLT

to Help Athletes

l athletieC competitions.
-ae and high umps.
petator to mW In a

pm. of ao athlete leap-
to one the spectator
raised hMs rtbt les.
bedYIN automatUc espe
idre to help the jumper.
ee photograph this of-
l sek'ed. too. and In th
not a few tmen stud
Y wltedu up and holdlg tbh,
gewedS Imitation of the a:h
e ompetlsg.
V wt football views. In one
there was a photograph
a the ade line watching a
was crouhing down In al-
it ImtatUoa of a waiting de-
Swho was shown at the nmo
Ld ready for his leap at the

blaew athletics know how
s ki OnM athletic train.
pred sa hundreds of p e-,
Wachlngsef oe oe of his
Mb jum wiP wth hbk leg
ju ast a If be were making
ielt2, Tteryis a sort of
te feeliag og&ryinf to help
la swlaingg the leg up so.
say pero is likely to find
doB It Insttactlvely.
le m ticked at prisefights that
goi go through the entire battle
apuch, crossing and counter-
jMagifary opponent as the)
s struggle before them. Men
adde horses in races from the
adlang the effort In the stretch
wlth the jockey of the!r f" :':"
oaer of the well known features
the race crowd where there are
,pand stand riders." In wres-
c'thbee almost any one will t*y.
Ia Instinct. to help the athlete
$Wdewn and who Is bridging des-
I to avold the fall.
yet there is rarely enough tele-
suggestion In the air surcharged
"digre to bring about a result dif-
fom what naturally might be
at the moment when the
wish for something else is
t Is to say. the high Jumper
seeessarly clear the bar. nor
alftter squeeze out the Inch or
P0t be needs,. nor the Jockey whip
I Mat In for the bead that means
#..--Washlngton Post.
The Pure Food Law.
I Newa Wilson says: "One of
iesats of the law is to ir.form.'
-am-er of the presence of cer-
arftfl drugs in medicines.'
requires that the amount of
opium, morphine, and
habit-forming drugs be stated
be label of each bottle. The man-
of Chamberlain's Cough
have always claimed that their
1-8 did not contain any of these
MP, and the truth of this claim is
b ally proven. as no mention of
M is made on the label. This
M iy is not only one of the safest,
1 -m of the best In use for coughs
l eaods. Its value has been proven
gusd question during the many
Mr It. has been in general use. For
Ib by all druggists.

Eugene Sue's Vanity.
htwlthbtaunding the extraordinary
Sbmary succe's which he enjoyed
"b his works were the vogue. Eu-
ft See posed much more as a man
iftsahlon than a man of letters. After
11 dinner at the Cafe de Paris he
't' gravely stand on the ateps
IaMlng his cigar and listening to the
MWersation with an air of supi-riority
Vkboat attempting to take part In It
h mind was MUp|ioe to be far
S"a. devrimilu Shc'Ineli ,for the social
a IWoral is.pri.,,ee.'-it ,if Il fellow
:111 4tW. e l|h s'iitl ihrpic liu*.
)- kli nolt prevent hliii frmn paylif-
S leat deal of attentlain- tim ini'ti
S i-haps-to his personal n;,l -ani 'e.
C ven in thoie dtys of l -tl.in. bucks
t. i dandles. of ('ouits G'.r'ay oisil
M hir awnm could noit help thitiklis
0 1 0 8ue overdressed.

Don't Take the Risk.
W*el you have a bad cough or cold
b otW let It drag along until It w-
1Sa chronic brouchitl, or dt., Ills
San t tack of ,ii'funoiul-a but give
1 the atte.utlin it (lr.-rs anud get
of It Take t'tciailwrl.ti Cough
9AW"y and )ou at'- burt- of pirotipt
"Of i'rwUm a rnall b*ginigttiI lthf
"i labd u." of thi li,'iiprerution- hab
Uteudedl to all iarta of the I'llnit'd
01 *a *ud to tianii for'eig (couiitrl.a
1iii) remarkable c('UIte) ff t oughN
14a cold an ht., %on for it th iii d-t
1tato ta and ti'na t" ua. tSld
aII1 druiggi.t.
losig ago was It that your store
i ~Li ts tlLr c -Iaa Latl-ay a plan?
l 9t bgrv..al- adjetrtiBlu, how logi
V,, Yiur p,1411 of u hat it la )et to
g uii to reallaiSd?

FlftyClub IMuet
A $mail bottle Of Seent's
1w -- -- Aft w
baby i~akw *oP-s
Islbbeft and 3ftbkIS

?Wsaw me N9em

Smi's Fjnubiu

KIS. 1mmto corJ

*my hodhyc
this morsm ;con'~s

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'A LeedM Peliem m I al ed ose
Mattr Vry Clerly.
"The first day In England." mys as
American traveler, "my heart Jumped
Into my throat several time. Ridiaf
on top of a bus. the driver would at-
ways turn toward the left when we
were about to pasw another vehrla.
and, although I knew that that was
the English custom. I held on tight
and got shivers anticipating a collition
every time. One morning I stopped
up to a policeman at King'os Cros to
get my bearings. and. as he was dis-
posed to be talkative, I kept him com-
"Among other things. I asked him
whether there was any rule requiring
pedestrians to keep to the left. No. be
told me; It was only for the roadway
thnt the rule held.
"I then asked him why It was that
In England they always turned to the
left. W hercas In all other countries the
rule was to turn to the right.
"'Oh. It's very important to keep to
the left,' be said seriously. I knew It
was very Important to observe the
rule of the road, but why turn to the
-'Well.' he said. I'll show you. Now
you come here.' and be led me to the
middle of the roadway. 'You see.' be
contiited. 'how the tranmf moves along
the two sides of the road?
"Yes. I saw. and a pretty sight It
wa.s too-a string of all sorts of coo-
vey-.n-" corm1"" tow-rd u en rur
right and nnothrcr mnl;vi: nr-.y f- tn
as 4e the left as far as the eye could
"*Well. now'-and be was very Im-
prweslve--'arui je you wure driving
akniug In the ikhlitl here :.;:d anoth.cr
kerrile was ( olzingr the other w'y. nnd
suppwue you turned to the right. don't
you s'* )ou would I[e pettlig in the
w'y of-all tho,.-e vehicles
"Yes. I saw that.
""WVll. that's why we alwnys turn
to the left.'
"I learned afterward th-t the "bobby'
expected n tip for all the Information
he bad given me."-Youtb's Compan-

Fever Sores.
Fever sores and old chronic sores
Should not be healed entirely, but
should be kept In healthy condition.
This can be done by applying Chamber.
lain's Salve. This salve has no su-
perior for this purpose. It is also
most excellent for chapped hands, sore
nipples, burns and diseases of the
skin. For sale by all druggists.


State Offteer:
Governor A. W. Glchrilt.
lass '.
Secretary of Btate--H Clay
ford. Tallahapiee.
Comptroller-A C. Croom,




Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas.
Attorney.Oeneral-Park N. Tram-
mell. Tallahassee.
Commlstomer of Agriculture-B. I.
Mel.n. Tallahassee.
Supt of Public Instructioo-Wm. M.
Holloeray, Tallahassee.
President of the Benate-Hunt W.
ilarris. Key West

-oufty Ofruw:
Clerk and Auditor-8. H. Wiuges,
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L-
Kelley. Galnesvllle.
sheril-P. o. Ramsey. Galasvllle.
County Judge-H. G. Mason. Galnes
Tax Assesor-W. W. Coea, Galae.

Tax Colector-W. D. Dicklnsoe.
Tr.esmmr-J. D. Mathemsom gane
Supervisor Reatraton-J. C. e-
Grew. Gaesville.
County Comnlaalomers-John 0.
Dampler. Cbarmaown Hague: J. F.
Townsed, Campville; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
0. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Doard-R. B.
Weeks. Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Millr.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary,
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.

City Ofcers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey DeIl
City Attorney- S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Hands.
President: Geo. K. Broome. S. J. Bur-
nett. E3 E. Cannon. H. S. Graves, 8.
M. Mixon. A. I.L VidaL
Board of Public Works-H. 3. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Haapton. secre-
tary; H. F. Dutton, 3. J. Balrd, J. H.
Tit I1

ftInhaf sam

easm %the
ArIatmre of AasgT4

Like a Mule.
"A man wit a bad dispoImltlu." sail
Uncle Eben. "Is a beap like a mule
You's always havna' yob doubts about
whether blhs aefulness on some ocaes
lonas pays fob bhis troubleamenesa on
otbers."-Washington Star.

If you will take Foley's Orino Laxa-
tve until the bowels become regular
you will not have to take purgatives
constantly, as Foley's Orino Laxative
pi Ulvely cures chroale constIpation
and slugisah liver. Pleasant to take.
J W. MeCollum & Co.

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The story of Mm.Maulda sWarwick, of
Ind., as told below, prove the camtiu prpeg" d
that well-known female rmdy, Wit e O m*&
Mr. Warwick ss:


"I offered from pains in my .eA
limbs, side stomach low nown ilin t
-Ok AlnUO ape". and otbw f=mb
I waalmost Th"=eWd"oe diadmet
At last, I took Cordu, ad wi the AMt
taincd relief. Now I am d. B a
I would have been dead." Ti


We buyand sell Local Securitie of All DahI. o
neM invited.

As Old Msa.
Mascalay was not the amet ma to
ftrame the famous lmage of the
of a new eirvlutkm standing amid
the rumai of that w bhih we ka o
day. Loa befoeM be rote e HI
traveler fram New Zealad mnedo.
nsg apos Lidanoes hl Mas. sammua
had mad the ame aa~ w h th dml
ameC that s& e appdad It h o M -
arso r bioL. A adM~ mi s Wd
uaed Itoi na lr e bobuad- I f TIM
we ane teid bh as mUgig eemms
ter. and oResea Wael ns s aa
tof bise latt!a *At at MamW euim
traveler ftr Lma wol Ut aUgi~n
and give a adstoertm at tdhe olee l
L tPal'."
The PWred Wema
Thb isM a qualt old averi aig
Keat. "ThW Psect Weoa"-e wew
man's head without a mouth h
-iaboas@ was meae qae eemena, Sad
as late a 8 I38 a "'lAat womaa aed
tn Lt. GOe. Is what I bew New oa.
etd street, bearing beneath the pfetue
O a heedless mtoa tBhe Bewlag
A eat w meaa It bet
Patisat aeiamr. 4de at see.
Dmwa from the vry Nb is she

TYo would not delay takiag Foley's
Kidney Remody at the rst iga of
kidaey or bladder tromabe f you ree-
Uaed that nealect aight mlat In
Brighbs disaen or diabetes. Voeys
Kaay Remewdy gorreats a INsII 111
ties and Wcae all kilwv A b d ader
disorders J. W. MoeOalMm & Os

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O- 1 a nod and What Is Go-
Sw -appe-.Per- -Il a"d
atan I" of the Coty.

I aal ticket at Rautherford's

lsseiem at club rates. Prot.

chips-the best ever. Try
finmders & Earle.
a *phowe W. H. Waits for oak
wood. Phone 333.
you entertain, order lee
um Miller & Vldal.
*ey oysters, day and night.
's Restaurant.
9f. hPalling of Micanopy was a
is t the clt) y,;tt-rda).
is. Two hours of moa ing
at Electric Theatre.
L .ils,. Jr.. departed yesterday
S ruisiness trip to Jackson-

j. Doane. mayor ef Waldo wa-
business in the city .t.-

K Alderson of High Springs was
pherday lookiw g alter to u*
is D better exLAlitl.UU for
people than the Electric Thea-
9*0 its moving pictur,.s
J. D. Watkins of Mlicanolpy. cash-
sl the bank of that place. was
business in the city yes-

11 T. Knox Mullins of Talladega.
uas arrhied in the city and im
dt her slater. Mr- Chas A.

'ihll DnDis, one of the employees
it A. C. L at High Springs. was
the viituor to Galuesville

Slavrite out-of-town lady shop-
S Sa aake use of our parlors and
"Mat their parcels in care of our
Brown Hou.e
to. Heater, a prominent man of
Wb3llaston section and a merchant
I t place., as gre--titig his nWani:-
is a this L W.' E Snmith of W\illi-'o:i l a-
Sthe shuiop,.-r a t\ii(nK th .- < It.
J5YmU. 8he i% ,rori-ltr,-s of th.
Ho e U i t .tal t ia '"I afdL ,'I.
OR valuable r. rp, r. the r,
S)McCl{llan ie aluoZiK it
VIlUteI-e Mioi. attl -id.,lK th-e *
ilth@e granij IJdg. at Ja' k-oh .l*
S h pllac- tti.> .r d. do i' -
f aw buildli on MAn ftre, t

W. T. McLandon of Alaebua was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Did you see the Ene pictures last
night at the Electric Theatre?
Special attention paid to lades
trade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
8moke "Made In Gainesville" cigars.
On sale at Moseley's and at O'Neill's.
Mrs. 0. L. Feaster of Micanopy was
a guest ol friends in the city yester-
Be sure to see the moving pictures
tonight at the Electric Theatre. You
s don't ee the same ones again.
Japonicas. Hibiscus, Palms and
Ferns; Pecan and Fruit trees in va-
riety. H. S. Graves. Phone 179.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Pure apple cider delivered to say
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.

I ev. T. J istrunik and tafe- of
S1lcanopy o r, naonx s the tl, '*,ro
i'f ws it s% 1I,: (i n 1i u4s dam
Co( t .riM l hall and g.-:its Adlii
SI '. t is t lati to P *e -I1 r,e ,f
II;,'%i l t | ,*. P 1 tf1 l .t i 1 T )...
It r
Jo', n Fovw l i of l-a,'lhfr'I a ,
re,-t ,- i';!it, T 1a ,.kitt: I ft, r
-im*. I U'lift'-- il i'tl r-- he r, ,** i r-
Mris. J. P. Ivelacr of (lark ar-
rlned in the city )'e t-rda.% and v.,li
spend the next seve-ral da> here an
the guest of her parents .Mr. and .Mri
H. Drmipsey
The High 8Springs aggregition who
have been In thhe city for the pat
two days attending the pet before Judge Wills. returned to their
bomes yesterday
Miss BalUe Perry of Rochelle. who
has been spending the past two days
in the city as a guest of her friend.
Mrs. E. C. F. Banches. returned to
her home yesterday.
Capt. T. H. Richardson is now oa
the Citra-High Springs run In place
of Codauctor C. R. Carter. who has
been placed in charge of another
train for a few days.
Capt. R. A. Ivey of Branford was
in the city yesterday. it Is under-
stood that he Is considering purchas-
Ing property in this section and may
eventually move here.
Remember the prayer service at the
Baptist church today at 3 o'clock.
Fifteen minutes' prayer and praise.
followed Ly a Bible reading led by
Mrs. Groes. All are welcome.
G. Noteworthy oc 3rcintosh was
among the visitors to Gainesville yes-
terday He is one of the largest vege-
table grouerb of that section and also
owns a valuable orange grove.
Miss Hallie Myers,. who has been
absent 7or the past several months

litil15g relati5 ElI nGe~oriE. ias r-
Mrs. J. H. Prator of ,licanopy. one turned to her home here. much to the
of the leading ladu as of that place wal delight of her numerous trends.
amIong the visituor to Gainesville C S. Roberteon left yesterday for
Tuesday. points in South Florida. where be goes
Mrs. John Shea left yesterday for ,o look aft,.r the,. bii ment of ltt u(e
Ocala. where she %ill biend the re- and other vegetable through the re-
ita:hider of the aeek as the guest of frig.rator service be is representing
Mrs. W. J. Sheridau. A. A. McRae. the merchant and busl-
C. D. Schafer has returt.ed from a tes man cf M.!rose wa2 a lpleapsat
pleasant visit of a few days to Cedar visitor to the city Tuesday. He states
Key. where he aent on a business that a large number of Northern peo-
ind plleasure trip combined. ple ar now sojourning in that sec-
lBen Anderson of I:ronon pa-ed tiun.
through the. city .Ferterday en route H. E. Taylor. cashier of the First
to Jacksonville He goes there to National bank. left yesterday for a
-omplete his cour-e in book-keeping. sh ort trip to Jackoonville. where be
There ti nothing more refreshing s ill attend the meeting of the grand
'than a glass of pure apple cider. 1 lodge now in esStion in the State
-ell it for 5 cents a glass or one dol-i metropolis
lar per gallon. N. Francisco Any person knowing the where-
Phone 22.". I about of Mr F S Culp and Mrs R.
J. K. Tuten of Archer, one of the C Culp will do an old man a kindness
metrchants there, was a visitor to by communicating with A. J Cope-
tainesville yesterday. He also owns land. Trenton. Fla (State papers
valuable realty here and sa. looking i1:,a e ,t,(40 1
.ifter the bane- Ju.t ree,-it-d a e*w supply of Na-
W W. Geiger of Micanopy was a '.onal lticuit Conpanr.y guods such
'isitor to the city yesterday. He bas as roy al lunch. oy.terettes. oyster
completed the building of his resi- cra-k-rs in bulk soda craketrs in
deuce there and is now busily en- bulk. saltines. fig newtons. and vari-
gaged painting -.ati..v ous other kind. Saunders & Earle
Col A H Ki:ng of Jack.onville. Judge 8)d L Carter left yesterday
after hating -pent the pagt tao da.i for Ja(ksonville to be present at the
here etnjoyiug the fin e hooting4 in meeting of the grand lodge of the
*he wood. around Gamin--\ il'-. return .Malns of Florida He nDeter fails
,-d to hir honi-e 'ertrda) to. attend these- lt rt.Lr- aLd has t.-t-o

J-LAMine l~.t- fIiizg~r

t! iuglt. r 31 r?, L- AFjirclvth
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*II art- glAd to ae~lcuzntLILLAS5A.L

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l w.aid sall!nmake- this 1lite- Le-r fu-
* ir, home- La' 14 slah.-a1
iirza x-oct-eI iii his cit It ,
1.r-tj~l tf.;At she- S I lit. ce I.
~ '~. t .14 %1'-- E ir- .~1( 'A j
tor.i the. Grist.,su. tu,,dis.g

M1~ N-iss Guist dr~anard ye.t.-r-
4.A' fur Valdosta G& %here- she will
:.t- r ttCe Un-.L Ho*;.itAl of ttat city
&:.,41btwegq-a rra.:4rd .urfr 6 Sie h"s
r*. At.' s-rn In !hr 1Istitutlum &aD4 way
1*- 1 KLAA'Lq rY Lun..Lq t-**roe

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.a ~! t' (tr-.anL5 .6-tof
V ~ ~ \~ M r-lf. rd 'orth.-
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LOST Lamod ear rnag. Maday.
January lthk Liberal reward tf re
turn*4 to Mrs. Edsoa. at wrlval
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