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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 21, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID01553
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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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GAIJIVILLI, FOARIDA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 21, 1909


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Mr. Maes appe d the
e fo heroes a a eari
OInaer or -r Mee- tv -
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earue was h eadof a d
I pay 26 r six tiGe
Sthe* s tret eams, and I pr
Im what m sE t ~r do
Sat of kbegine."
Mr. Memaa argued that
pmrum Ws avae, maa
m lba s the dignity of eal

6e." maM Mr. Memq, "mdp
do met read tho
aYrvt of the pe o r
ern t msagasie a statemei
that .we am two great rau
watt cue Theodore Roos
9 ether. William Both
witeL Aed WIMI submit.
the ruer o Amewica, Theo
vOea refuned to hItMl I
OeNt baa goneasoegar th
d'etat by the Proideat eo
Sttes wMuld be welemed
admeial IN WM navy.ad -id
la the army as vwol as I
New. K is time we abod
-no t MbN Repubmbas
abmtlag the tertOl


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lw abre at the poas e'a
t l way.spa was g
By Ie to udy law. "It iros


o he dpoamet ado that
M.t wa trhcken re wouth
ame ndment deoig away with
earnings., "There is a abre
11g fed day by day." sM i
" l the shadow of this I
we a pre osag by the people
this way to 75.000 w
By 40 to 21 the provislo
each annually $or carriages
for the pear and therrr
deet was stricken from the
An amendment to reduce
allowed of the Predet 00000.
M00 as proposed by the com
appropriations to $75,000 wa
33 to i3.

amendment to lacrease the
the ProldeaMt to $100.000.


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Pe a r aId Dr. Corbiw left
Sor 9tL Ag lU and the

Me M. C. MeNeotey of mallngry.
0, is ti u aest of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Nea ky.
.Mmte a amber of the Melruse Ma-
S anad briers have gone to Jack
USle to attend the meeting of the
a odge ad dedication of the

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peU Camp. W. 0. W. wero installed
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Jese brothers, dealers lu cupp.r
giMs. VaMldoa. Ga., were In town to-
fy 00 baesa s with the Melrus..% Man-
actrtag Compau They tra%.-Il .cni
l6eraybly aow lia their fue autuomuble-
Antag from (aliekillle *lthoul ati)
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d aler aa
i all of the
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Mr. Borah.
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money in

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Vice-Preal-
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the salary
from $100,.
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salary of


JONISVILLE NEWS.

(By Miss Estella Miller.)

JONiBVIL.LE. Jan. 2".-Mrs. W. J.
Hamilton and son. John. visited Mrs.
Knight of Forest Grome yesterday .
J. W. Miller of Netlm-rry \liiti-d
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Miller yt.ett.rday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pick.-tt h.ia\
movid from their ctifuitalih liihiit.
here to Ne'sbtwrr)


NEWS FRONT ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

Work on the recreation pier at St.
Augustine is now under way. It has
been sometime since the project was
Brat started.
ast week United States Commies
lioner Crane of Tampa caused the ar-
rest of two men from Cuba. charged
with smuggling cigarettes.

The total orange crop of the State
is 4.50000t. ['p to January 1st about
60 per cent of the entire rop was
shipped, leaving a balance on the trees
of about 1.800.000 boxes.

Allen Johnson, a negro laborer.
was killed in Jacksonville Saturday
night, his throat having been cut from
ear to ear by Anderson Gordon, anoth-
er negro of the same place.

Rush orders for 83.omm railway ties
hale been rt cei ed in Tamnpa from the
(Grmain Company of ltrunswick., Ga
V.assels sill I-' loaded at Taminpa and
shiplol d to duleignate'd i->l:afo

Fisbh siiipmentsb from thii port froir
:anuary Il-t to Monday niKht. ths. 11th
i.N1t uioti ttili l t o -'.; : s lil ( ar- andi


!DR WOODROW WILSON


ON LIFE OF G LEE



Lee ugAo Ceeto e Rei M As Sec

tdem Chmacter.


Yesterday's vote was light but well
saettered. which accounts for the lead-
On candidates not making any con.
skderable gal. Miss Florrie trick.
Idd land reeived the largest vote polled
yesterday, while Miss Dupree received
the smallest that she has received
amyone day since the contest began.
Min Cathertie halle retains first
place sy beely two thoasead votes.
tie apWro- wlaM t the standlag of the
comteetants after yesterday's count:
ar.. -A Mis Catheral Halle, city .....288.340
." e sa Miss Dortan Wils, city ........ 287,275
ed for a Miss Bea@te Dupree. city......128,125
epartmeat. ass M. Daughtrey. city ....... 73.870
Sto rtde Miss Florrie Strickland.......6. 7.055
tae that Miss Mary McCormick, city... 55.715
whmm they Miss Nannie Dickinson. city... 49.410
Miss Alma iFenell. city....... 35.375
Miss Julia Carter. city........ 28.900
lon to Miss Jessie Evans. city....... 27.735
sMary to Miss A. Groff. Newberry..,... 21.530
. "There Miss A. Strickland. Waldo..... 18.710
pieap Pono Miss Mabel Banchez. city ..... 15.280
Mople now Miss Estelle Beal. city........ 12.344
mt as the Mrs. I. Ware, High Springs .... 9.215
ause in a Miss Emma Hudson. city...... 7.490
at is aade Miss Minnie Shawl. Alachua... 6.715
lere of the Miss Annie leville ............ 6. 20
evelt, and Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy ....4.;75
bhae been Miss Nell DaCosta. city....... 3.955.
ed, while Miss u lze Sheppard. Bell.... 1.905
ore Room- Miss Alma Sullivau, city...... 3.840
This senti- Miss Goldie Lambert, city...... 3.485
at a coup Miss Julia McDonald, city.... 1.790
be United Vrs. A. W. Sargent ........... 1.750
by some Miss Ruby Albright ...........1.120
e eneralMiss Sanders. Hawthorn.... 660
m learn. Miss M. Pernandes. city....... 600
-o back to Miss n vena 8taf, Waldo...... 545


for us. first, a vision of personal force
expressed. not in terms of self-inter.
est. but in terms of service; and. see-
ond, service rendered in the spirit
of the soldier not only. but in the
spirit of the soldier who is also a
thoughtful citizen-a statesman in
the field.
"We are trying to form a national
policy concerning many difficult mat.
ters. Each political party seems to
ask what will be most acceptable.
Some things are sufflclently plata.
It is plain that principle t best for
the country rather than mere expe-
diency; that the mere makeshift of
the moment or the measure which
has no principle at its foundation
will not In the long run either com-
mand votes or cement parties. I'n-
lets I am greatly mistaken. the only
w r ....:.. i ;. i, i t i), of political li'.-
erty is the principle of Individual
re.spi ni-ility and of individual oppor-
tunity. In the *-roimoniuc field the old
order of work and enterprise has pass-
e t.* rl. aw:,\
"We must make use of combinations
and of tir,.tiz.'- lOnls uipon a great
scale -lch i. a last generattion had
not dr ait-,d of. There must be got
ernmental control, but it must take


the form rather of a
and policing of the


clearing, ordering
field of Industry.


I CHAPEL HILL, N. C.. Jan. 20.-
"Many gratifying changes have taken
place since the great struggle between
the States, In which Gen. Le played
o consapicous and distinguished a
part and one of the happiest thoughts
of a celebration like this is that Gen.
Lee long ago ceased to be regarded
as a sectional character, that be has
been accepted the country through as
a great American. devoted In the time
of his chief distinction to a partic-
ular cause."
Thus spoke Dr. Woodrow Wilson.
president of Princeton University. at
the Lee birthday celebration at the
Univ(,rslty of North Carolina last
night. "The South does not grudge
him to the nation as one of its great
figures," he continued, "but it chler-
Ishi. as a section a particular and
ardent affection for the gracious gen-
tien :.n who led its armies in the great
contest, which was fought regarding
.o1mie of the essential questions of
our constitutional life. It loves to
remember all the qualities of great-
n.-r that were in him, and how gentle
and magnanimous a spirit dwelt in the
great soldier. and how great a soldier
It was who led her atmiles.
"We do not come together upon
his birthday to praise him. It is not
now necessary to assess and value him.
It is rather our privilege and duty
to speak of what he means to us in
a new generation. We rehearw traits
to quicken our own conscience and
guide ourselves in times of stress and
difficulty. There was no touch of the
histrionic about Gen. Lee. iHis i odest
demeanor upon every field of action
st-.ms almost an attempt to withdraw
himself from sight. He wa. In fact.
like every man of supreme force. corn-1
pact of fire. as was Washington. PireI
under control is the very enmb:.lm of
force; uncontrolled It is the. e iblem
of destruction; and t01- iu.,' per-
fectly schooled and disciplined power
is tt. model of what men who com-
nia:nd should be.
& *&. l it .. 1.0 .. ...


"Aid s3o the l ire 0f Gen. Lee 'means, MU -WE&lI. U"S. uirMg gIWm


motive in Jacksonville Monday morn-
ing 11lie tates that he was in Jack-
s;:.llle from Columbia In search of
work From his manner at police'
hitadqiuarier it is thought that he.
a;t under the influence. of Soite I)ow-
erful drug. --
A ix.at litt I folder Keot oUt oiv the'
Kinsiinunie liouard of Trtade tLr.s upon
it.; f '.- tilh follow IlK sl tatcr'llilt
"K' ,...* Fla ti. health I -t l 1% A
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Like all the developing cities of Flor-
ida. the Gem City is finding itself out-
glowing its clothevs-Tiln-t-l'Ulon.

A Noted Violinist
M.ir All e'd E': iinrsa. ti on of the
fanious violin irlun-o. Thra .r r.
man. will arrive. In (;al:,'% ill- ttod
(Jaziua;tr -'l.t from Jaak.n '.l le. odr
uill r'maainl iln il e*t for a t-huit
t li1 '. in t 1 i. A. |i l't Ai l 'i te-1 l '
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W'. L. Pickrtt of Gaiueso ille ap-ult -g,-a odd -i--iI i15.
Saturday iMighat At tile ILIons' Of %Ir a'cIr ct ctI. .ik an IraI cIt
arid Miri. R P Mill -r uir 51(1 '.air. e iria. tiii. Ijejt o ~A itl an lae, .r I.,boal. I t '~ r. ~ ~ r a 'e~ i ta e ~ 'i
loure-sat.m, Mr mud lir_ 'r it 'ukt(L ~ tItio. civl? )ptlccu t lfrncie It.--. d1e-iI 7: '
of N c a ero V iciiato* aIl aIIoIeg C e i'n i l a 11I .i ra % Ill~-'. '.
It. V Mkillter and dseught-rp. %I lz.-vn el 1 01 itd ~it' IIioI.-( 1-1 .I ii I Icfrl 14 k Ahid l ao11
Kattella aud 1st-ne'. at Lu'ded uh Ich I I ah t -if vI 'lot Iii ha
at Nva bil'z-r) untis night ----' i
R P. Miller niadt' a dl~ingi trIip to 1,11 t.-.~aa~ r''~"- eaaca a
Galiv-IoMe Sif ld ) im rt I (r ra piI, IIl Fr i l a


Card of Thanks.


Editor Suiat l, '.'alIItossa 1-t
sloact' in. t'uu-r 1u4. Iajoe'r to) *S.
tend to Ij)sa o a-rel'ug fliui.dea Ied
le- Ightows IIIaohalo- uatilt AiJ'oalhMM s %ill
IY 1n*) be as tflt Itli.iiakvIipIi t.-i Fk inOd
aurd thiwoagst ful ac-c.. alit-,ojuillic II I#.
ffuveiasiosd dt-Ails of Ill) lclci t'%ld ct
Loan". utA htow G(aid *.i ti' IAc'
frum u ur Ualda.-t -o rC% aA ,I.


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whose object shall be the restoratica
of a quality of opportunity. the remov-
al. so far as possible. of the opportun-
ity for monopoly, and above all a re-
turn to the principle of strict individ-
ual resalmo ihilitv.
"If we heed the example of such
men as G(en. Iee*." said the speaker. in
conclusion. "*we shall sutordinat" our
%ills to a definite principle. twre not
a purImwe of destruction, not a pur-
poie of vengeance. but a purpose of
conservation. Only by the conscious
pursuit of such ideals and the con-
sclous conipulsion of such standards
bha!l awe restore an age of lilwrty. self-
reblect and hol-. "
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AMUSEMENTS

COMING ATTRACTIONS


New 8sidTetrheam
Ahasdw~, .Auewarurg -"PAek
Me MAfer~dn- IdleAbroad."


ammyo ef imads. Is taking leave of
6 al-mt hobets -an them-
li tael of high apprecisUo
mTh Milke L. Les Chapter. Chil-
iam g ro imesmcy. also obeorv-
ed a rmem al services at the rsidence
et Mra. 0. K.L mei from 3:o0 to
5 p. m. logsp ty the children and
ddres es frn visitors omprised the
At hIts e timhe hdree eiedI
to e Or a edM madat to the student
of the nlwetty of Florida who sub-
malb.te hoet eeay aa the "Cause that
led up to the war betwe ,m the States."
orwt eathsla was manifested by
the endrm.
After pwurtaking of doNMtftu re-
fteaos-. the children bMid adle.
I oth chapters desire to express their
olac se appr caton to those who so
emro.ly ctrlbuted to these en-
Jftble orMailoma.


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I I uaai e of the U. 8. laad
ai has retuared froa points a t
Sl th lords.
0. Nery Davit left yesterday for a
ownt hsies. visit to JacksonvUle.
me Wil retw today.
-r mte-dent H. 0. MeArthr atof
the Cast ULe returned yesterday
frem am ofcial visit to points south.
Rev. 0. T. Taylor of High Springs
was to the city yesterday en route
to his home from points in South
D. IL Godwla. who is with T. J.


and


(bm &9M wo WUil. MsN;rCW (bow.
4 (bOmpamp, twm*y-fbtr ,roplW
lesctrie Thetre.
Neow MdaVing Ifitueve, ecA aftermon
atd n.dgt, erwep Sundaq.
Blaetrie Theatrem
There having been numerous re-
quests for the production of "The Pas-
at m Play." In moving pictures at the
lectrie Theatre,. the management
state that they will secure this wonder-
ful spectacular set of pictures at the
earliest possible day and trust that
this will be not far distant.
as usual the pictures exhibited
Wednesday night were excellent and
ae aoes are assured for every night
this week. While the carnival present
In the city this week may attract a
number of our citizens,. the decrease
In attendance at the Electrti Theatre
is not effected to any extent
"Charley Aunt."
As so many people were unable
to attend the performance of "Char-
ley's Aunt" last Friday evening.
another opportunity will be given
them. The caste have all consented
to play again on Friday. the 22nd. and
Iromise a smoother performance
Mr. Tench expects to have his gowns&
from Paris for the occasion. He says
the other "ladles" in the caste so far
'wershadowed him they made him
Jealous. If you haven't seen this lit-
tle gem of a comedy, come out Fri-
day night-If you have seen it. come
anyhow and see if we haven't improv-
ed. At any rate. if you don't see it.
don't tell me Saturday that you are
sorry, because you won't be half ap
much so as I. You can go this morn-
tig and get a ticket at Miller & Vi-
dal's or you can wait until tomorrow-
it don't matter. Just so you get the
ticket before Friday night.
"8PETTIGUE."
A Laughable Comedy.
Of the many comedies which have
been produced in this country during
the past few years there is not one
which has achieved a greater record
of success than "Peck and His Mother
in-Law Abroad." which will be seen
for the first time nere at The New
Baird Theatre Monday night. January
25th. Indeed. Judging from all ac-


Swearilge at KaaMpaha, was among counts, there are certain sections of
the out-Of-town visitors to the city the country where its popularity ham
Wedmneday. not been even remotely approached
JeSe Clarke, after a short visit to oy any similar work. It was pret-en'
his famly lan this city, departed yes- d for nine eeks in lioton to a 'iuc-
terday for Jacksonville. He will at cession of literally overflowing audi
oce resume his road duties. ences. whi uct- it priceeli.d to the


CoL F. Y. Smith. the lawyer of
Alachua. was In the city yesterday
looking after some legal matters and
meeting his numerous friends.
B. M. Teach left yesterday for a
short visit to Worthington springs.
where he goes to recuperate and also
enjoy the excellent quail shouting lu
that sectilnon.
Dr. W. Lassiter and wlfe left yester-
day for Alachua. where they will isit
for the next e. eral days. The Doctor
is somewhat of a sportsman and will
enjoy himself in the oods ln search
of quail.
R. IH lroughnman and Charlie trick
land of Waldo attended the Confeder-
ate ball In this cit) Tuesday night.
Mr. Broughman is from Greenville.
0.. and has only recently located at
Waldo.
Miss Ada Perrine of OrangKe Park
Via, who has been % ilting in the city
for the past few da)s as the gu..-t of
Mrs. Elisalth tSmith, returned tou h r
home )esierday She wsa accuwmi'a-
nied on her return by Mr.. dinatai %i,
111 alsit in that section.
Mls Ikrtha Ed Ibtiem of Nf w York
City returned to h I ihm *'t -t a lu
lhe has l e-ei 0 a|P< oid iC I tI"' la t I l l'
eral seeks nlu tIL city vlsltlin her
ruothere,'. II ul i., iad ,ald w.I- i4111
pwiled Ito retiurin soon- r lthn h lit b
i-v lt d lit l.at h, Aill retijim u i.lll
M IhouIt Il tie lllllK ui of prlg.
hua M %l si.te, r tf tt i, i> t
AlA tiua at- t i', Ig t ih 1 ( 1>1 11t

tl iM l M of I li.a .it l) .eA Li.H.) llt%
alidi i l 1.-: II i I I. i I lu
coutmIIatlu ,u tthat l,14.e.


larger New England town and cre-
ated something like a tubatilon. go-
ing back to the same cities two. three.
and even four times within a few
weeks. and Invariably with the same
results in the matter of tremendous
patronage.
Itching piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cures Itching, bleeding or
protruding piles after years of suffer-
ug. At any drug store.
The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers com-
blned-in fact, they "start" most of


the business
agents finish.


that tte brokers nd


Missm W. Norton

Noysfites, Books, Stationery
Souvenirs Sheet Picture
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14) U:-:LjI JV f 'lt' eM I ftle f t' Lt* -ld IAn
11. P.- 1A 1 ) 114 0111n- Oi-l) first
e.. lLec'hint *SU&'IO7& .a


FPneral of Mrs. Thraeher.
The funeral services of the late Mrs.
t. A. Thrasher were held from the
First Baptist church Wednesday
mrnlng. Rev. 8. B. Rogers conducting
ihe devices.
A large con,,oure of sorrowing
friends followed the remains to their
last resting-place, and the floral offer.
tIna were numerous and handsome
This is another of Galnesville's faith
ful elder residents who was called to
her reward, and she will be sadly
missed by her large circle of friends
Will Suid Cottage
Contractor Dempsey has secured the
contract to erect for Alex Francisco
a cottage near the Unlversity build-
tass In West Gainesville. The build-
laf will be a four-room structure and
will compare with the other build-
lgs being put up in that section of
the city.
Every Mether
Is t should be worried wbm the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu- I
moala-then to something more serl-
oa. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complicatUo. Sold by W. M.







COMING!
Monday, Jan. 25


THE MO.-'T LAUG'HARLE
OF Al.L FARCE COME)IEIS


"Peck and His

Mother-in-Law

Abroad"
A LA..T' H EVVER MINUTE!
NOT A IHULI. MOMENT!

-- DON'T MISS IT' --
PRICES 60 and 75 CENTS


Furniture


for


Room


in


the


House


Prices


and


Terms


to


Suit

Gainesvile FUnitr CL
aneOsville. FVloria.


DON'T BE CAUGHT
On making da)y itli..ut II*h ne -'ary nsste-
rial f 'or 3,1,ir r rsd, I i-e 4, r .4iwe rts
?-tck yomr istor-r.t m m itli suie'rflrw al-
!lalrd' liel l' ouir tLat w iI I ie\ i'rfect
,.stiifam l n. Pakinii P' n ,l.-r. J.ll, h ('an1nd
SFanitil, CoC t tuAi .i:. 1P.a. tene. Our food,
111 d ~ canned gouod and groevri*"* of .all kind& Am
,: all hil.-grai le, and tour p 1rit' jak
| l RlI ." tinaaetl'emlp. ('t F ANI F F IS.

0.. SANDERS & AURLE '




HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!


ORDER BY MAIL


Largest Stock of Men's Clothing
IN TH ENTIRE Sol'TH


No oVFFEIREI)AT'


GREATLY REDUCED PRICES


Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

iSl :$ 513.50 $15.00 to 318.00 $20.00 to $25.66


VALUES


S6.95


VALU-S


$10.00


VALUES


$15.00


B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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R" DAILY SUN: OAINIMViIL, FLIIDA, JANUARY tl. iM909


PiVAL NOW

0n DAY AND NIGHT


~r.crowds Witnessing



am it~lY 3 J.lefl O~zhm% (. ()Ie
draw him r'e" 1 1
becleanest carnh~al'.* e r uv
.1t '. ity. The fr.' eNa*r
tv xvellhlo the, hatad Mr.' a lar'g.
OWlaIfeature andtidhe chitz i t-. ii
ow appreciate' the high c0.1-1.of mun-


'#W wild "1 it13! 'hlIict.e


el 1)a % M ~(''~er .1vai 't i..I
(,.l te xhbt o ri'>mi,

SK part:.(ft h e ,! t
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VOUnS TRULY
MARIE LILL


DON'T TAIL To SEE "AMY" AT THEii* ('RNlVAL THE' :LAIWKST
I GWIRL IN THE rW )RLIA) To HEl%(;I-:
~iiooobtaine-d by Ni r J'.1'mu. Is For City Marshal.
witli a largo pt ~o i~a r taiIa respectfully announce mYlelf a
~Wds that thrtmx t~i.- I '4 candidate for the oMce of City Ma.'-
Old l'Iaaatatiena. Ole old i hal to be voted for at the' election
k 0ud % Ieez. 4it leIIt fe t d 1cA r il I13, I4eI.. If t'h.( t-d I will
aa*mmld IIIto) jlti&'i' ti, AI f.&thth itlv: dtchurg- thu d'iiu.., of the
reat this eph'im %ill bc. tw,. grand 1,ti e s it bout fear or fa~ or I re-
SWalk oil IFrija. ilitI itt he'd futrillY e icit Lthei'ote 'bof all. ir-
AW eJauiua at iEuze1'!o--'trh' The.& a' oucit l e'(of party nfl hat ion.

V-ol ,till' i.irg*-i't i.:ake' titll -l For COLDS and GRIP.
'~. It'T) o H~uiei, .'trt~~i~t'* l i~l CAPII' 11 NE is the' b.'.-t rillit
m4* id tother- i!ur..iI otIII ~r i~ i'a t~ 'e c.rh
b oft- tite ~I 11.e lait .11111 q t ijitl t ~ (i
01g l,- 1dia*'. t ital I ret! ..r- ciaiell ailt11 111114ei'.114 1% I-oc .'4Aid Jos( at drug
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id I!1111( *1 IWic c ijed ti iti
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ARCHER WILL HAVE

NEW BRICK MILDING

C. 0. WOOD WILL ERECT HAND-
SOME STRUCTURE AT ONCE.

Dempsey Seures the Contract and
Has Placed Order for the


BAIRD

HARDWARE CO.


BRICK

LIME

CEMENT

PLASTER

DOORS

SASH

BLINDS

SHINGLES

BUILDERS'

HARDWARE

Our prices are right. We
are in p,-siti)I to make
prompt delivery.
PHONE NO. 7


A~r h--r I1-Ato a. 9,~neetliv' trick
11e re to I1..' e':l lt im tb.'Into'-!-t 1. i'lti-
i 1 ,- %II Il !,r, P% .* Iuif.' at) ijeiditioui to
I ti;i t rd"' rgrow iua glit, le city.
S. 11 'r e~.'.the' e4eettrac'tce. r,'
tlll Ill, I ~eIt'L'fr'ci tt ha t ;djct
h ~lerIe'le' ilhe' cnita~ot Ailii C
I1 Woie eelfor thq'e', (teit(11a larg.z
eI'-t I'allh-lvi: I.) !w110%'o ~,f.,-1 Int size~

"[he )tIImidit& vill h.t%*. nit iritei av
el fle- -tructur.' vk Ill toe of b~ri(k


eaetIt, .%hoi'; ,Itha Arherlk t#
A h 4,1at I teIit td t it ill:1 n1 1I'
i,. i-.-ot !'a bi. ;,rori%'about:,A flc he
*!: ;rtTetaly 1.,-ii .;r'. hoA O ibelo-
t1 at. d It sht' %,.1c%4 t.h r h-r1- ns
Werk wn itti,4l oaria. ne oarthof new


building at oil('- ait.A he will rus~h It
through to omlele'-tion as (a-At as the
naltsrial call N- vofit,'tto0n1the ground.
th~e' border aalr.-ae hi.-.%ing betttl"- lJa'd.
Ili 'lit-ne'ne3,t itIe'the' e'( Rvation work

Szientlfic Spanking

1:11 -,1 ni4 .t,-i "1. e
I V-4 neet. WVlu'n ytiuro'haby crie.. look
for toeIns or some externai cautse;it
you can't find them give the baby
N%1it Cr. t n Vo r'i.. t !ie.L:t, 1.4 the
r'm -,sarn- ; t' ~t i, 'a ig ia'nt 'orni.
htl, 4 ik, .--pit hunt @jy aA.dcro-s all
1e'4. ti *'.,.P':ia.nnt to tak'e -ure In
i,,a('tteon. ri 'ru.-I cu-4*t 1. Sold by


Healthful Tombetone.
N,,looely ever dies In Tombstone in-
1 -4 t:.. ,"* r .:;t it "*V Itlt 'iLi." or fall
Into a itA) fieot vertical shaft. or bay
an automoiblle, or "saas" their mother-
In-law. or try to thaw tot powder. or
intake cyankide of potassium for
sugar, or start off a county seat re-
moval racket. Some die of old age,
some old partners of Daniel Boone. bit
noue has ever been known to die
from physical Irregularttles contrated
In Tombstoue askide fru the above
mentioned causes and oceca.sually an
abi.o>rmal tightness about the throat,
superinduced by a coil of manila rope.
or from a cold caught through a bole
made by a 45.-Tombstone E.piaph.
To Philip Sober.
When a woman who asked Philip of
Macedon to do) her justice was sanub-
bed by the petulant monarch she ez-
claimed. "Phbilip. I shall appeal agaslat
this judgment"
"Appeal!" thundered the enraged
king. "And to whom will yuu ap-
peairl
"To Philp sober," was her reply.
The Waliag Heeasyeea.
"I forgot something." said the b-
band.M
"Yes." pouted the wife. "you forgot
to kisp me."
"That may be. hut what I came back
for was imy overhlues."-Kansas City
Journal
Same Old Jag.
L*'l:ine'.icr." c~alt 1 ,ut .Mrs. Jagway
fr r:i lIn rtl,'.r ulhV'e. "bare you been
".\<, it' t i'tr." awi.twerd Mr Jag-
way uIn the ht1llw.1y ltw-low. "Not again
Stilll."-4 hhicag 'lributie.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE IROMO Quinine
Tableta. Druggibts refund money If
It fall to cure. E. W. GROVE'8 1si
nature Is on each box. xbe.

Reminded Hiom.
\'a lt-r II .: t' y' Ut f ,rg,,ter(' *' 'e
!.it'a ilr ur I aietr. I':tr a 1 uI
.li.! \ u .'. t f It M;N % If,* ftli
I .,* I. ,t t, ** .,I n y ini, aI v f,' I .\
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VLACT COPY OF wMA4M


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE S___

It pays the farmer to plant only the bes. It's
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

kEr Seteds I the k pI d M F N M
Wet an* now booking orders for Pmes sad odMer ----- *g& We
will Ix glad to smed you price eqM -

W. H. uIISMa SEED eru.I Cbm t



G. S. Merchant & 0o.,


Staple and Fancy Crocerle
Gra.iq, Go4rdeq Seed ad Ferlun
SOUTH MOED QUAR. .- SAft P--i



a MU aWd Rye. We badle tteo ae mai m &
at Lw st Pri-o-. ia-d we-atmt ...M. li


ffTHKR L. JORDAN. W. W.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
PORTER oCK aAI NUVUL, M

Fire. Life and Accident -.-."" a


Pressing the Fact


Ilouu' to ytmr naiad "he ye
a1r I.of doint your duq soe
yopurvilf, sib or Lemily bg
Irj4 tug your property *mpow
t.. It 1.7lyisamaran" s h wa we
mmiat tee- douher. We dm'S
%%a I IY yIli to Ioi'pt that"tPee-.
tiaii111tolailt 151 hinmsa~l
while' your huoo im mare, buat
014,il Mecti,1' i te is mvin cow
musn aooli. Wacaupin ONA
cun M uu ENW W


COMPuIrE : : : ::: :


A. M. CUSHMAN, ApMt, Gainesvih, Fl


I k.lc~


Material for Building.


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TBE DAILY SUN: (4IIIUVITP, FLORIDA, JANUARY 21. 1909


S.. AE E --*m. L..om
ru mOwn Lk s .-aa"w to moas.- the
M AO 0 o e o'- 4 f the

mIp n o e -u ek nat m teI-emh e .te Per preu sm
o &a- I10 Carl" m I w app-mrme dntiectly attractive. u
If *am" ^ > h I f I ltlvo IMdd to climate, the sobrquoet "whblte. ma'
SI#Tare" to smuclotey IuInstructive. s.
____Kill kewkA I t to ay that the first of the daly
SWith dv&eWd W 01 com Ilnacthve reNimental ordeal' ran thus "Funeral
Oi f i a b wel E me nalt sluggish liver. parade at o0 ~.tomorrow." and it
Afth r f119 Nature i unable to perform her prop. was wtldom Indeed that the parade
a fte fatcfetes and m requires assistance. wan dislmiased for lack of a vi tim to
l erw i se, there sl eostant suffering t titferou climatic cortditlos.
to e f tsIr ~ anomstipation and Its attendant ladrh. so arduous became the duties
t ir3Bs by evils. Olod folks should never use of Iseipuber that. whern. It was cuq-
mAeus bin yaMet physte that is harsh and Irritatinx. tomary In the le.innilng for the entire
AsiON Wite hate Is. d ershnd irritating. regiment and band to attend. only thbe
SWe have a safoe. dependable and al- company (iof the decesaset and the tiring
of tOW ula s together 1IdeW remedy that he lIartieu- party did so lat'r on. Flerra l."one is
ma 70i y hbe"r e ly adapted to the requirement of Inf.tedl with rnake, larre Hand small.
yop WE and persons of week con- The former are .of the eounstrl to.r s;.-
who sulfer from conitila- celm; the latter are nil exr ;:i'ely ven-
Stt. lleir tio or other bowel disorder. We are omous. The most dendly ,of all iwr-
t ht 1 1 ~ so certain that it %ill curet these co-n h**ap Is the yellow jnek. a Ibeautlful
ii t~m se e plainta and ive absolute ati-fa,'ti n yellow and Ilan, k reltleh. wlhoise bite In
n well- to dopeas in every particular that we offer th v reutwed to utrove fat.l witchn a stercn-
plghps of em~n tf the shallt cost the user nothing If th % of twenty minutes fa-Weltlter 'oun-
$Woothe as all to substantiate our claims. This reme
1 I am as a dy called Rexail Orderlies. What Is It, a Lobster?
-giM c emf ortably Rexall Orderlies have a soothia :. That the m-ethodl.l of ipulill aool
L l ar without A healing. strengthening. timtc and rn.; istr(-tin a n p)lilld in one city R9?
b d .i wbito ul t i* IRUve action upon the dry. relax mu. le t do not always meet the nalpprodx-
Smtatg d a mos cular cost of the bowels. They pro- tion of the pnrents of the pulls was
i ImalI ai ity apart. dce a natural. successive contraction evklen.ed when a Germun main u hose
I t the *edeIr aid relaxation, of the muscular flhres bristly blood hair wtas standing lper-
1110e1aeleht. sad of the bowel walls, generating a wave- fectly erect with auger strode lnto a
Od ~ like motion which forces their con- Raltior s htol one day and. ap-
proaching the princplla, demanded:
Eft e OWe Ims touts aonward and outward; thus slmu. Vt It. nipter handed:
BS hteng asture ton perfect bowel move- The prirnclil explained In his sarv-
tWl Mi ele o" mo ut. They also remove all lrrita- mt tone that a lobster was a spelesa
ti o dryness, soreness and weaknests. of shellfish.
g|5 5gVIW& They toee up and strengthen the 'How many legs has It-der lob-
It do serves sad muscles ad restore the terw?"l
thiam d but bowels nad sooeate organs to more The number of legs was promptly
4 some ow viuwew s sag healthy activity. They stated.t
., be take oathany tme lt.ho ey "Lookbhere." explalmed the Irritated
At* Mechemi-i my be taken at say tme without In- Ttuton, "I ork fur me nlu a Iig hburry.
!! I 8Ag i > d eM Rvemleee, do not case any griping. ad If your teacher be cannot find
Smo M aus. diarrho excessive loose- potter dinga to ask my boy Herman
u glb ~rMI has pe Nso, Atulence or other disagreeable bow many les has It. a lobster. und
So *ef el oct Tgy Rexall Orderlies on our make him come home to tbidder his
a g Fo ew af th valley guarantee. 3 tablets 25c, and 1_ fadder mit questioB. *Whnt in it. a
A a sd r hos e. X tablets 10e. J. W. McCollum & Co.. lobster? It to pad ibulnesse:--Lippin-
b whih lbealnty the carter East Male and Union streets Cott's.
we "aM eto date back koId HP Ru
saved His Rupees.
4fd1V11 0IMO (^teeasks accounted as euplatory of the rIrring a great Bdtld at Ilaildarabad a
I% a mis eor ftolts committed by the depart native banker, overtaken by the sud-
Th'- M owne drtng their lifetime and dis- den rush of wtter. made his way i ii
cb:argiag faithfully every payment or to a mound. where bhe was quickly iso
op Evw Eye sad Tedst e oblgattoM left ntalIllied by dead par- lasted. The water rose, aand the bank-
"der. f. fM r has not the prophet maki that her's legs were covered to his knee.M.
to the oaMsetael miad martyrdom even wl smot atone for sa "Fifty rupees (about 3 7s.). 530 rutpee."
-_B ofi AeMbs ad unpaid debt? he houted. "Ito an:y o;. e who vlill save
4g1t11ra Atr raI "loquence is accounted the greatest mer" When the water reached lhi
OI f qr i s ab>Lets of the of all pos-IL!e gifts. According to shoulder he was shouting. "One tbhou-
aIaIHi- d e for Moham- Arab tradition, the most superlative sand rupees'' Wheu enveloped to his
isMpaMgmt oa#their degree of eloqnmes was attained by neck. with di?,t'i starnlog hbin in the
MS Gl AAn pysoe KIMg Dad, mobh betia the beauty of face. he yelled: "illlp. help! All that I
g r a OhMo ex- Ms dietio. added to the poetry of his bare will I give to any uoi to sarve
a the tve. weeds that when he declaimed the me:" Shortly after the water be, an
si the pNlphbt Pams even birds and wild beasts to recede. When ,on e more he was
f S ogmest with ap. Wee w pellboad. while on some occa- covered only to hi is kines ani offer of
S: ebtSo are to be ids as may as 400 men died from rnew,- e :**.. ;P'' t'e .1k-irkr. Ipluek-
B II tir hth a are the excess of delight Induced by his Itig t::I iis ol:r-in;.e. cri-d: "Ktel off!
with M d or ramdtg.-C.-hlego News. Kee', off: I 11ll ,t ::vre ia rulee"
0 dwt tb t ime" and u <-e'ste.d In making hil escape
aI IMiu amd IsLera" PmLibrary Seeks. tree of e ar, '-St. Jaied' (G;;aztte.
S--f Co e ItMetlf The library subscriber sniffed 3aspi -
eela ay d ga tit. edoely at the copy of "The Three Oriin of "Bonfire."
|MM~uts ng ha about It Msketers which she was about to 8tow. referring to the "bleeflers"
Ssewed totelther take home. MClarbolle acld." she sd. which the fpttlnq of L..ndo.n w re
hienf em ts neck. "Have yes been f mlgatain the wont to make in the streets on the
W boe of Arb character- book vigiles of festluall day.e and on the
,b O W phety. ous and "No. we haven't said the librarian. ame estfuall dayem In the evenings
ot dGaeosd prest take "bt some baterlber has. Many of after the sunne setting every man le-
sy s ert tf Irksome our patrols like to do their own fumi- stowing wo.o 4 or laiour towards
gatiag. Usually they use carbolic acid. them" and which were ans oc. asln of
SAt times when a goud deal of sickness feasting and nierrl:iment. s:,ys that
S-is reported the ftlgattllng crase is se "the were called tu,,tflers as wa 11
^ -.- --.. peclanly sevre and one-third of the o good ailtie amongst Uneighbour.s,
books brought aInto the library smell to that. being before at conutrouerle. were
bea ea with carbolic acld."--New York there by the labours of others, re.on
PIreS, filed, and wade of bitter enemies.
II 9ou latg fer- y food A Rw Reruit. loln friends, as also f r t!.* '.:'ue
ilW s to the tnIseh ad bowels. Corporal SdMsB mer: it 4-ays, ad the nu- guard for the Ist timea-Now, you've tectlo of the ye."- Lodon Globe.
Wto- IMAr which should go to got to patrol these 'ere lines an' 'am- --
e W beMr d lam with It, and mer Ina any pegs that get loose an' gen.
Shde to erhed oodl. rally look after the 'ores. iAl
Rer the Mid. to suvoessa bill ,it (whom knowledge of horses
- ifnl o lth. itck headache i I the sllghtest)--nd what time Lor i IR&nt i Ch i.
i buMMS whie d diagasts your Lonaom Tit- Bits. tl A IM i S hS
IM 4 eh.r disagreeable and


Iplmmat ndltama Off Guard. Bears the
And ft I le isr caused by "How did It happen that your friends 83gpature of 4f
* load 14 1 in't digest. but fer got the best of you" queried the lan- -
meto p tl rets In the stomach. qulsitliee Irson. A Recommendateon.
Ad 98e1-atlam is caused by the "They got I0usy willie I was watI hb "Ever ti' ii Jilt "
"sg aM y enewles." exiIninued the man "CoUlitlen 's ilintse. But that's it,, d,-t.
e l eoeang stro t roughly ad who habd gut the sh,,rt 'eid of it.- Chi rintnit to it ll mai iIn II% lt
o0d with tbhe digestive julic, o ew- I 1H *at 'o I'*uj-. '*
MI-ONA Is responsible for te its of Simplifed Spelling. ril r J",,ui on *
ivsads of cures, In fact. I t i.- "Write mlean ;xa N1.l .f .Lt"itailth.1 1
uilh a luoltlve cure' for itlalii-.,iia p.1l-11119. cihll.r." hnll ihaf it,11 h.r, For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE
ad 1ll stomach trou.lh. ttlll it t. and lTomlmle wrole: "'lh :1( 1s lli %WhlI
Mrstee bd by J. W. Mt(', hnll n a (&', clOrve's nii miiniats urn% hilt I 11Il \n II *t *
I ewre or money back Th.. ri, .i w rk Tie. r t r .
lars e box of M S-o tna t.! I ,I .'i i t- --- t s. vI *1 I '
Mni aA.A ,1 k.... ...... ... Ma 's .re.,t fi.l!t Is that be ha e t., i,' hi I '


N E y na r t bu r, ITs, r i : 1 ,
IMut the worst ca-e of li,,li., .1, t
r iUtriWs. Try them


CATAURH. ASTHMA.

A W. MeCOLLUM a CO.


Too Much Face.Laa Streak.
It --I % .,1a1! 1 r I .I I faa .~
1,4 itI
Aot14 -,L d I dmhAa.' ord- Ilk
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Des asr and D
No sue ee am* eon o"tolh**e ,yorfv lw
despite de e Paends& e udedb
e mesad disee e the urdelite ad ryawmt i
dIstintly besiame. The toerres so o r1waely semiw Ino
Dr. and lai Feorit Prescription ri a positvj, |
we J k s e* ndl disease f the fimeie org..,,a o
IT MAKES WEAK WO-,EN STRONG
SSICK WOMEN WELL
SIt"lt ll~ e ifehammetion, heals ulceration lnd .Mtb. P
SIt toe. and builds up the nsers.e. it, $ .drW-o .
Ssand o'h|erhood. Honest medice dealer, itse a',
hai' v nothnl o u U.on u a
It is nonoer--et, ncn-asfcoholec Sand h as a r d of f orty ve rst a go
A'x R n Y .pa o s. They prohsblv know of some ofI t, sany rl.
S -,,u w, r :. ;. that tell% all shout woman's di.coe,. and how t
t- ,i:o .. -21 t' slmos to Dr. Pierces pay wcr of .i
0 n '.1/- 7 .. V u a aAre (riV of hi% ca. t. ... nd il use in
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TELEPHONE TALK


The Long Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various sections of
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of
tion with the extensive long distance sting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close tra
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tag
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to goe
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhack
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be pwtt
which we operate and in addition san communication with almost any peli
connect any telephone in our systeni in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radio
in which a Sell Telephone system sla ing throughout the nation, is a"
operated. daily in commerce .'nd for social p0
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer ma
most modern and Ir-oroved cer-t-i--. citizens in all walks of life and sp
tion and are maintained at a high plant here Is an important link in Oft
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chain.



Southern" Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Company

Efficient SoVIC. a-i- lm Raites





Start the New Year


TI acEI *'r


BY ('ALLIN ; DP)


PEPSI-COLA

and UNIVERSITY BRAND Soft Drinks


THE GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS


TH


iE WHITE HOUSE
UNDERi NEW MANAGEMENT


I New, Modern, Frst-* ass Htel zt Moderate RaW
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I ,t' I d I T1' ic t ;,l' ,, l. s I 1.
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On Easy Installments

ALL KIND03 OF SUPPLIES

Machines for Rent


R. C. DAVIS & CO.
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THI DAILY 8UN: 6AINE8VILLF, FOIARIIA, JANUARY 21. 190I


PALI $t 4CURRENT COMMENT. The old sNg.o ;w'ntiefov tun itIn Knl~ne
~fl~'4~I A ns oIn i'l.-ratI..n Atid the first? jisi
The Wattlhinatv n IHerald .-r'"T..nlnt to uoae"ttaraeil a;'pieanto, I., I"
IIIM (WO t Fa.If a~.altos iltsitT ws butt crowd tea Iutgnimde t' iliqntnh. Tho~rv Sir,'&
mai atter R111 ?d wth-)II (n l%.1 -011tol4 ta h
IIMgAKYljior And 1Puhlilbe "'I it 1111t l anI I h-e%0-linillt nd ni'lli.lo- fo'r a joe'nItilpfelA1
-t hit *ia i Ow liwoirlit, t 1-i% % e* -o-s-itti to re.--ftil N.E e'-arv anot h.'ei-ow condi
gg"ITT Ccini. opwrom RonIEU coriy i nant iiito) 0t t darne'-Iu- ? i' : ri'. too'. h.' e-%- we~rtho-l,&.es o nia-o
ag l he Ie.. It 4nrigini ll, I are'-. 1, to (,qdi.i ioorn ti. lt~. (1apIii i''iIi elit IOA n -4)1114
O M it -%A?4 BLOM RI%,-.' .iaiw ii.-a-in- t ofr. ar to) Ih$- Ii 11"11t. l*.a. Ist 'Ili the' 'ith-do, VIA
AtIti sre.a. 'Fawvitntirs 9? 11- whl. a'1e.ruazr.'- ut(if hrki-iaii 'i~ liza nivi'a-iirs- I,, 1gsjidwar atid It A ill doaa)'t
WaT P"w. blished evey Et moriing e-1-- iihot he et(fnmi t
ubsily. d& live.ty i'dryteier in the city'.. or I*), Ncloo Vsrk Ti iuiomw a' Ttj'jL r -'Ville)o ot he'r~ I oe' aciuWCld t iimei
asaypart of the Uitaiedl taees, pootairrlo-.I,!-islit 4.14 1.1h.,, Iritu-. '-1 tait .It%, t *rti The, orking of the, azv'
~ '~ w'c .-,'Itl in ;i.1kiliz. .111" 1164liti W'a* i;it 1ho S p*t'ti i-, I,-4tl. r ctoum:ri-,''
soiiec'.in Il Ioa le'1ioyn t" uc'ttii-I1 1-10. ~h i 'i!s f. \ -~ ':i o ty e .t~
itimotion.and cE"Otsfor eUcla i)' l i n it, ri t ieeI tin fiiisat .! N t ns s. slelk -a w..n t~i 11, 'tootl,-'
-or til'pplay advertii'ng ide ~ck tsewn on I-VI '['.tI I Intwo re' i*t'?.t-siiti t.tore it 1,.j~. tt ,If.rh siii s it.-Ii %h~ch tanuta.
-I1 i oi. ~ litiecill~i, rom tilthe tE'T (if t~h. u.11,11-1 N411. r St.1's- A It
T4W4W~aWek %tilI)t ian citzlit ~follii,
paper, pv:1li'ihe'd every M( *ti y 5' ICIov .~' 1*'1" .10%' tow I'. I*?.. tit it(.41".r. ie tii~
and contaIini Allt t h* "e3u 1 tts~i r 1 11' 1 A ;A a i-i _.1141 jIt 1. 11 .hits w-j t Ni
ligi, state and general. And will b"1 ':a' ':. 1w r I. *q 1'. ;!. toie1 's7;,.,,~'*
P'.6agl free, to alli, pat't the I ull(
c(aua&La. for ic it yea r-in 4 v -. 1 Ne It. -I..,1%-to (:t %(.I.! a ee1 1-;114 ifE y t hathi

1111 ai dil- Prtieyne n oi fi' h~t k n w t I i s', ; f' 4(s r i1'i hi' t.1Iiltj'in g u p a n.! ilo%% n th e co nuttry
SWnute'i td o ay fer advc.!i-:vv i's. ~Iii~ 's'te..d. 0ha 7' h.~ ih~l ii.le- li-, EW!' ~ritotivei ~''ithilkiti
Address, T!T11 .1~ \sie !C,1tI.. i i *r-I-f-Ned anid Ile ~erIh:,t li.*. mtthoe' e'inlee'iote I~tivale
4GAIJ4FawwVLLL, FLA. s*e- ;% Ih :ig tli'. ia t'1.4011 1 leti'Iit~ j', j pi l tIl'l av id p to~ti- tig s)4iet-W 04

b ap year a failure'? Ttaa sthe- tin A 0,4. ire' itt'i.tiai l 't'ii(if 1 112
It i1 f-an i I tha uill t rii'-t i- -f TliA k k tho c#'ilitt'ary of what bas
1:1', *''s't hen- ire 11-iin tlo~e land dInII(] i ivill eallA. d-*Thp e Yar of (;e'iI
~ ~u~vlleis e'tiia tt l,' aIH'.':' I ~'r.'it arthue. ali~.t tI'A I i-. 'and thea anni~ erzary of tht- birth
OdPeut. the-* ha t e* n.'\e r dtone' befori- Ii t he 11) the' distzinguh tied nien who firbt saw
~~~~~~hi:-. ry of the eouiitr\'s' politicse. fear t. ih nte e al ero
neckefeiker cries millirins for pilaikti- the ro, v4 little' rt'a on ti)tea lm lit tthat ttthe' o rlord Il'i t willm emortabnleyeoaeer of
v~,but not oneto ent for tribute'- nmass of Ithe joie'eple. re'gartlle'4ssorfgparty ol uriLod Vlthe n he ft twelve mobts.r
faih. il unte'III~tlJ~a't if J'li( 'ollsidt ring t 114 sinallnt-sa of the loopu-
Am=&in has gotiei dry, Wit at the- too bae r th'e' co'-t of 1klluig and fn i-ltion of this 'taouiit r a hunidred4 years
accouilts 31obile'- had not st- er, 11w hejstr('ha.-iii, jowcr of the mco, It Is rt niarka llt that a number
cli 'lar of Aizit':ican.it~ o lt aelde'vo-d world-
r -The' Phi Iatlejahla Re'cordl says:V: "t,
a '~ de' I'-tMv tpet. c-re' tourn Ili that
lather than fret- text Nooks. seait-i i. I isle 'lit thitt T A Iii I. t he-' his' ifsI..do
6 the youngsters woutlel 1r. 'o'r fr.#- i to t1-4,1t H t ina- ter!' aiiii sj t'tlls "'taz'
%WWI lbatws. si id di trie i'T it *- v. ri'lniar .halCO PTN JU E.
I.~tor Jeff il~jsi'.s .ill from tit#e'tie,1_:aI -a- iit I'it,' "'slI eII.'.t I: Beauty Doctors Eadere.. HeiiiiefoM
OMof vaccinaJtioni. \\*hat 5%as'he, t l'*-' liasl I ceh.ti.u.'-- rclim.5t-4-qt~it i t s 1Veino'nwh make a business of bean-
0afated for"' isf 1*ti' '*ea :Ijjj,al;it i wAh.'1..','t's.1, t!,% r c t'V.-r women r'-re pretty nretli
Ii-. i. -~ i'st ''i..~d lis ~~ ~ kYrsoflng whi will hrtrig' about the boo
The~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h fe11'a".t.i.aik~g ~~'--Iss ''f t'wlilsr.?ilill- t(,, I IVI- At.'-r. Pre letters from two. coan-
awres4jpe(t. It (an e-o le lier 2I'si s: I~'s'f--,! 'I can re's'miend N.\ewbro's "'Herpi-
cigar, thn it ist- to ldoe, -let it Pts-ppf-d my I~lr from falling
~s~acigrs hat Ittts.d o -ii~ssrib .~ s2 I -1ii: !1~h Io'jit; anil. as a drtaumrxg it has no super-
rT: annoutIe el.. q!it f::it MIS Ma'.I> ,2. '.I."'h~i n~:r~'(Fi'ned.) IBertha A 1'rulllingoer*
iltIs to be' iaiarroe'd aIi':Ai '1)ote. InV *I. A :l iil.11111 W~ilic t~rf i..t t 12,12 Mcorrizon St.Corntland.OrnSecl. ..
it MIs never t'),ilaidet to Avd.' "'I' -,' -~ w *.ia 'After using one bottle of 'Iferp~cd
I my hair has stopped falling out, and my
I~'i it) it!'- c. .4114A ll5 I T Ii i %, ~ sac is .entirely free from dantlruM
Waste-A war e'dit'ar faiiiiilatr % ith *i-ii that it .huis itii -Vo'.'r I..- t14rn (signed.) (rae'e I'idire.
out ot eo~lr-l~jot #-tra I~igv'o, b cotrolo-fl t. ilivi 'Feauty Doctor.
~5 Ot ht J)~t'r ~' ~ :1' lage'to e' '4)11 FliosI i. hem 0S ~ Sixth St.. Portland. Ore."
Sto The (.anigreti'.a l liviii,1c nd 1 If' jotaivlyall tl;. r'--. p it~h.- :1ndca141 r.1 @old by leading drugoiluts.__ Snd_10c. Is
M AA A 16 lAA2 &


SIsle- ll,' n.*-n :i t-l. S4'."tl ate'- )omoc'rat"
riders djutljl.e'--,.. re bur- the' Nat'to ..:l Co,,crti're-'t nit i.'I tined
l not D t tht fa<'t of h.iig gijilty. i t anit, ,t ,ini ?in t ,i..i. .*\,.ii tlhmiugh
th/ nerve of the' Jlur" in n.aying so. .th. I'nrc..id.iit a tiatilhti'an."
---- The Sringt'ltld lte-ituilllcan says:
t much all of the State of "t ongre.s., ouce'. ill it.. earl) days *
climbed aboard the watt-r in, thel' .ll sedition a;-t of 17 't! pro-
Only a f*' w.t co11ti i.-. ar, \idtdl for their iprosecutioln. with fine
: :LLd iimprisoniiiiint. of ainy I Mrson
..- guilty of printing or iiublishhisn 'anll
I the House keeps up the pace it, false' t-aiidalous. and nialilciou.s writ-
I Sooa become an active inaitea& of Int'c:s gailnist the (Governn.eiit o(f the
SlOeping partur it ti. JlGu 'illn l'itt'd dStitan-. or t-ith.'r hei.n ,. of ('on
N t oi'..-. or thl'f Pr- id. iit. a th Int iit-t tea
S.... ... ,l,< f.lni,. t.i.i ir bri.r,, thi nI nito 'con-
e Re4 Cros hoiild etahllth it ani dreut' That l.. s
s s h u tlag it ra Intilv i i latioa(i of the ero quarters il a i n I lai fiilli a-t i of he tir.,lit anindmeii t. lasted
for first aid to fractured lan- tjt tia. th ien. ar l. i la.
l^ ll _, JuII t li h it thl'r,. l .ii-. anlid, ll.d-. .
uI .iiiiui niair ta o causingg a resolution.
tOk quite a ail but r. Hih ts .l41,f conuseilUt-uif'. a 1 to start the
Stook ite a hih, but Mr. Hitch .iructioui of th.- F.-d.-rallst laarty
Skhas finally becured a conflara- which as re.ot, i.ltle. for It. No Con-
S1 t r. rt lla h ill ia : ..s will .v 'r again r.einat that mins-


. Taft'sl abinet.

O"'Sebukter I liaia Kinosi. it .', r'-
w. ill Itw the ubje editorial in The OJutlook omile
after larch jb ext

Unltta'chotd feinal.le l, did notli
#A B herr *.ip \.- .ir ir li.4till, .
WI hal 't S bi .'. (c,.1.1. Iit ilai el,, -,
S)earst. of ili -, i- li i,i-I

AY.L -1 .. .


im me'r t~eff t t A ill lot Iiadi 1 1)te 1,- !:
1* [)adt('ejomil .1atIts' seaiilise: so.
im Of tt.Ii,' t-Iild iiI



oni~~ it i. I'c. 1. 's


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take, and is it to lie sUpil|op,'d that
the Federal courts will i.-rmnit the
tl(..c s\tll tgoV %ltI lamcnit to find iow% e'rs
in twh lm'itimn la% wliichi are' de'ni.ed
to thi >ahid gKt rlnrilitq hy tis' c n('ctlllill
tutle ii" \I \ e itth.'r gue S, nwit.

A lad.v ( ;iiliot t 1l il nl iintruth.
,., lot hlilsi ; (k ialll. tlin'-r ladl%
.tI i(t her ill -II i I c. itlie.-ie 11 ,
-r ir ," i ii it ,, (' I ,e iT iI ;i e it

F'r.ink J ('hei' ry miakt's .l h that
I i ]i, )..,i th r f IIt. tfir i o ff
I | ( '., is \ A ( l li i t i ,11 .i, s I i
II -'( .'t : 1 o i. n t 1 1 .i'

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f II r11 t'.t.ri h ('tir
t 'i \ K I t I tY

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taLmpf ror s mpW t TIO Irpcie CID.,
Detroit, Mlch.
Two tses-6-0 cnmts and 11.00.
J. 8. Bodl:ord & Co.. Special A nrts


.M elkAND wools
t.U b~. *'Ib u a b.u b's
r,~..'.4..a.'~Peae.. *md but Sall.,
( .411 16IS .4 r U rl f
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Endorsed ,Y the general PUBLIC the 01W rwwm*2W
Children s C~rup and Wheoping03bi
it contains Nothing Injunioit. The actioi"eaiEU
ho'und Syrup is mild and benign. It is adapdtobdtoImaM,
ai".Lus of every variety of temperamentS OwI
lead ThhIs Pbm ra hbhtei~u
W.LL .5. W.VANStCSW m ~SSM
was sM kfor three maft wA Mad e duiMuumhed-
ba Es is w; a wo aukmda. a.a
k the h ande. ma % Me hasod Or
Iaw"Tabs Sue CuriN ,,
viR3SgIXZS soft m
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Tampa & Jacksonville

IFFECTIV DEC. 1S. 15 ".


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfeld and loo
cal points South... ................ ... 10:3
Returning, arrive Gainesville ........... ..... 4:0
Leave Gaineiville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North #A
Returning, arrive Gaineaville ................. 0 9


Le I. hle Toek'


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AILATIC COAST Un KI nwaMI.


Everywhere


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North, South, East odi Wed


Conult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rates scheduled and lam
ervations, swe your nearest Ticket Apnt,
write to or o nll

A W. FRITOT. FRANK C. BOYLSTOP,
L Div. Pas. Aent, Tm. Pus. Aoatp
Atlantic Coast Line, Jaekuvllk, FMids.






SEABOARD
i Air Line Railway
S si"ii Wirlreld. K. l.a"r **lr Wllilawsad LC C. YGMas.Wud-


I- Ii i 4 \Pi. 'AiHIN.(TGN. BA.LTIMiORE,
11 1-t I ,.4: N% SEW %ORK,
ofllut i:Lt:. tT lKl DAILY


\1,1 FIuIii L~ IMITED,~~

~e, fs I iI i.)-.aJPu..iman Vest.-
C1 (ar (Its-e-'e'&s~lims Cap, -61
s~ ('t ystei ,t AugssIUCI &VjPoll.
I 1' 5 I a. ~ i~bedP.Iul I'Ir5bh peall.

ger gcs, -'~'0' .-.. ~('111 aid Kolsnbas'
e. 1 ~ m Gt tl~. ebe' 1 Ilu'5)-
ul rwri,,isefeeigls x mad %1Iepislw.o is ro -or a wis eS@mllft ft
Allad !e.&IwL.jd, or A Ilit-'t. Ito% I i to~. Jr lashbsmI UVmre
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IF Dt OAIL n: BRGAiNR IL. FL RIDo JAUAY 21 1909


insbit he mat
d rr
wa vr S-O
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mbeempahl.

and ebbebm
MCC= tomMY
ft -du I~W bwg
od -ksw AN Sbm natwal
op amissmta eabig
mas"" I tmehSa
do mwv "m e


POW the ha6e,

INthe am*.
w" of aisCRY
regmuO4.atin
bmd atthe face

w soe dthwesky.In
sma' timg
amnw
Vf wo omt-


wesm" of:
puava


F' IN


Ig Tiarblift
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| a eii d aesapd.
ftw selwary store..
V *Adiot churches.

Oi coM d rtage pldot.
"0 badwa a tomm.



S e dgroa te"4 stores.

S T tre rane -yistaeus.
ft e seld lmerage p lit.



STwo acopal churches.
itbe4d Statet land oisa.
O o le ob icual laboratory.
Thrte lc Banday school.
Two veteriary surusuas
TO- Prt bytae churcbsh
Two es ar mlaauoratorles
fer real estato a*a*cils.
Veilateer Gre department.
S**everal lumber companies.
Thre Methodist church
A bass aond organisation
Two phoktograph galleries.
Tw moving pictur *htshow
oe al-Inweekly newspaper.
Swre laburance agenciles.
"Ve Am r.insiursance *go.Ecis.u


Piarn


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D oO... WALDO,


-.DEYTIST--


" sems51. Also Leaeg Dktos.
-----BH- ^ja|-^*f-- A---- -Pf^-t
])ILD WARD CLARK
bas iiSi.
Ola3 aIn Graham Building, over
8aeders & Earle's store. Phone
No. U5
DR. DsVERE B. MORRIe,
....DENTIST....

ONe ove Galanesvllue Natsmal Basb
Pbo*- 1.


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DEETIBr.


O0ke .- Datums & Co's, aaw
les w 2N.amieswvile.PIn&

ATTORNKEY.AT-LAw.
ofSOLICITOR t114CliANCEIT.
"AIUZVILLEAllMehMe$..,FLU
0" sin Haiummaslosh.
PIUDINAND BAERA.
AYTORNEY AT LAW,


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Cam .I~easilt y pugee, ow
md phumph!"to-
~ SPOd bin
a iia7= t wbss~ eask. 21"D
3A. CARLISLE,
A?"&ORIEY AT LAW
And blotterinsEgmsy

eWO PMOSWe. All businessprinb
samded w e. O see msdew to o
WAN. GAMBMuSvu. ?uoNDSa


VRAM CLARK.


TUI. W. MUDM0


CLARK & FIELDING
LJwyer.


Prvaw n as Courts
Veder1


States.


Ose w ever ustasavu W alasal Ba


A 1INN3VILLE.


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Ssesftssbkgb


T4mw y a ml t. Wsoe a mk
FlrM a Winter Cautaumua.
o elate ad baket et-ary.
ow OW Club eadi a tea

NedmalW t 044 Ptl.W itart.
Frt4am ewsrem system, $175,o.
Tw of the bet botele ln the In-
Two wboiefale grain and feed
Two whblesle grocery establish-
Water "that ban made Galnesille
hameua."
nTb tet opera bouns to the State
OWde of Jacksomville.
A Government buidling sooo to be
erected to cost when completed
uLarpenters. masons. plastererv.
painters. printers, machinists and la-
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granollthic sidewalks than any other
town In the Interior of the State.
An $U.00 court house ballt of brick
and stone--a beautiful structure and
the lawns, power beds. shrubbery.
Confederate monument, etc.. surround.
lag it, make it a most attractive pie.

BUSINESS CARDS


One $400.00 HOWARD


residing in the County of Alachua
number of votes between December


April 15th, 1909


STHE BUSH &





PIANO CON



In Which a Resident of Alach

be Awarded a Beautiful Howai

Certificates Valued at $3,150.1

The Bush & Safford Piano Ci

sentatives of The R. S. Howan

The Contest to be Conducted I

Behalf of Bush & Safford. :


e o rc n


wIil! be given to the
who receives the


person
highest


15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.


: : : : : : : : : : : : : :
* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0
* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Additional


Gifts


Ini a(1(itioll to the Piaiio thtcrt wilhei Q =uvd lby The lBush 4k Saffihrdl Piaho Co.,
on a new 14(g) Howard Pilno, eighteen Trai-ifera lh' IDue IBill?-41f, ~I eto l14,UIF(l


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


given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing itn Alachua ('ountit:
To th first six receiving the it tod Ik i u te a de. f I ar each for ....... $200.00
To Ie secon six receiving the st hij ste, a ie a I fia each for ..... ... 175.0
To ts exat six receiving the it highestv t. ,a Il for ea for....... ... $150I.
These due 1,ills may be used by the winners or can h!e iisposeel of to anyone
for any value they n wmy see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those timing.


How and Where to Get

--Votes --
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent Iaid into their establisbmcnts fur
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer *ros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Vmtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the etabi-h
ments of the merchants gi' ng \ otv. and at Thi..
Sun office. Votes sent by nmail must be dar- t.d


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living In
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by soum reputable
pleron, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached* or relative of the pr>
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate In
so tanner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others intere.ttd tIn hii. contest.
such cuntru\ersy may be rtefrrTfl tu the cu-
ductor., of c(iit-'ta, ho alRone are t!..- er'ol
qualified to renidu.r decisions.
4. In the event a candidate deci'il to ith-
draw froiti the r.tc w h candid.t1. i I n t bw


to the Votinf Contest Dl Gainesville, Florida. candidate in the coutest.L


TI-E D DAILY S1T.N
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$1.25-Three months' subscription ................ .... 400 votes 500 'otes
$2.50-Six months' subscription .............. .... .. 1,000 V3tA3 1.200 votes
$5.00--Oe yeai's subscription .. .... 3,000 votes 3.500 votes
For a club #.f five oue-year subscriptiuv, f',,r April 1, 1.)J)).25.000 vut. i 30,000 votes
For a club of ten six.niouttLs' subscri. ?. (before April 1) .?5.000 vot:s 30.000 votes


THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00--Ont yA'a,' slls,criptic .... 400 votes
For a club f five o r.vtar .p' ....... .. .... 4, ) tc
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distributing votes is undesired by the proprietors
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THlE I AII.Y SI N: ;AIN ESVILLE, FLORIDA, JANUARY 21, 19419


A BEAR.
t ThMeu lh
Weapon.
-w of brain I bave
gM ipear as my wtip-
~ grtm Count Erick on
yI take this opportu.
that the use of a
5aigreater cruelty than
at attack and that
d-OM be armed witb
dse these powerful
bItality that triumphs
fl ma S or more nless
K vlb region. and when
u aliation is redoubta-
JiaL .n Karella. Fin-
is yet regarded as a
T The great black barred
tflintg Iewr. bi stil ram-
ani a couple of winters
blWe to wreak Justlfiable
se me beasts that bad
wee of cows and aim
Sad been brought me
bse rascals were biber-
marsh bound Wtasld.
s diMealty In loetlang
I took up my post at
Sit. armed only with my
s pllan that a bear spear
6 s taf some two
Ol about a coupe of
There is a bMad
twelve inches In length.
bt copper cased as a pre
the teeth of bruin. As
otlemam appeared I tried
In tM throat, but be par-
and I missed. I made
sad succeeded in driv-
point through his breast.
rearing furiously and
my copper cased staff. then
-Mapt to strike at my arm
.ea e fore paw. so thit I
imy weapon. The powerful
S am to my spear at the one
m I as grimly held on at the
j MaS bites went through the
Oft, sad he started shredding
d beneath. Strenuously I
I farther advances, and
I 0T bis wounds began to
I i lI tance weakened, and be
I t last over the aperture of


OWES


HER


LIFE


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

State Ofcers:
Governor A. W. Gilchrist. Talia.

secretary of State-H. Clay Craw-
t)rd. Titllahap.v, i
C'oml troller-A C. Croom. Talla-

Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Tallaha.-
- W Atorne.


Attorney-
Lydia E. Pinkham's r.oaUai
vegetable Compound iel.ln. Tanl
Vienna, W. 'a. I feel that I owe Supt of P
he lat ten yearsof my life to Liydia Holloway. 1
0 aF* I. nklam's ege.
L.ble Compound. President
Eleven years ago I Harris. Key
was a walking l
shadow. I had been
rtunder the doctor's C
Scarebutotnerelief. I Clerk and
My husband prGai.esville
Ssuaded me to tryve.
Lydta E. linham's Supt. Pul
Vegetable Com- Kelley. Galli
oud and it worked herit-Fp
ke a charm. It re- County J
lieved all mya county J
and misery. I advise all oufferinV ille.
women to take Lydia K Pinkham's Tax Anes
Vegetable Compound." a. a ille.
W ATOx, Vienna, W. Va. .
Lydia KE. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- Tax Co
4und, made from native roots and Gainesville.
rbs, contQaa no narcotics or harm- TreereW
ful dmg and today holds the record Vle.
for the larrest number of actual cures l.
of female diseases of any similar medi- 8uperv
cine in the country, and thousands of Grew. Gained
voluntary testimonials are on file In County
the Pinkham laboratory at L n. Dmpier,y
Mass.. front women who have een C
cured from almost every form of Townsend.
female complaints, Inflammation, ul- Archer; Cha
ceration.displacements,flbrold tumors, 0. P. Canno
irregularities. periodic pains backache, Members
ihldigeation and nervous protraUon. Members
Every such suffering woman owes It to Weeks, Cha
herself to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Moody. La-
Ve table om und a triaL Trenton.
Syou woulalikepe-alapdvie Trenton.
about your case write a coamldeam- tate Se
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham. at Gainesville.
Lynn, Mass. Her advice Is free, Membera
aid always helpfuL ,.,....ill


As the Twi3 Is cent.
"I hopet- yuu *'r-.* a ,.x:l little boy


eat the spear. but so much while sit you ii.;!t'%. id didn't tell any
N, remained In him that he storiL-." saild hi4 meith-r.
Made and bit It with a "Only the ntie you put ple ulp to. ma."
left deep Indentattons In the repllod hetr .y4intli. Ihe I'ul
W a^ companion then finl bed ""':-... wh~.t "' n u 11 i. chl!d'?"
wth bis owu weapon. This "'Whun iht i.l.tld ne If Id like to
&Ma start to finish covered have a second pilece of 'ake I said. *No.
tbnnk you: I've h:iJ reni; uh.' "-liar-
per's Weekly.
ENGLISH TAXES. Net What he, Meant.
Iaa Wl aa Winwl U Terly Arri:l j t i iP,:,r Pnrtvy-
aWeON as Wind nu Used 1 t oI 'm afrn1il I "an tm, lilt' .dear .rs.
e tall of 2 shilll had t .I Slth. Mrs. zx:ith (e:Tu.h *ely--Ob.
axofmy dear. you t' uld never come too
the parents of every "little I. .!-Lo::'. Illuitrntcd lIt.~
bern In Englat exteept by -
ib lareipt of alms. Curiously; An Ep:uro.
S measure proposing a tax on The Artist-I A :nntv ty. to po) e for
o introduced some time ago e y1 tu.."'Tit,-r, i.la 9t." Ti,
parliament of the German mT r tu'. T ,, t rtlnt-Why
Sit eusis by which It was Tr:Truh- Cart't do it. The ALrtlt-Why
that the parents or mother wn? The T-. -. :! d an't agree
giOstering the birth of a child -,i l3Zstrat Bits.
iB each case contribute a sum
to lI cents. The Meanest Man in Town
dite ago a good deal of wuerri- I. the one who always wears a
1W aroused by a measure iu-'frown, is cross and disaire..ale. and
la the lhtgilature of New is ohirt and rss r li m 'Ja:.i.,h, anFr
SI whk-h It was prolsosed to ot ihort ad s .it at.r r
but even this Is not an *:e cases out of ten it s not the ipor
pftposal. Queen Elizabeth put fIlluu's fault, it's his liver aiid dig'.i-
0 every beard of a fortnight's thlo tht lmlake hini ft>el so Imlurablee
While a couple of centuries 1--he can't help li rlng disagr.-ta.!.e
NKr the Great Insisted that all Art. you in danger of getting hito
who wore beards should pay that condition? Then tart at once
totr tbe |prililege. taking lallaid's Herblne for your
saancelor of the English ex- tiler the rafe.ureand reliable vege-
Pilt rendered himself very un- tal-le regulator. Sold by W. M. John-
by the extraordinary means
he resorted In order to im-
St state of the country's ex-
. le* It was who fdrst Intro-
Sthe cuume tax. and he alho
4 tax uson horses. w hi h tuhed ud
lga tartmur to use a cow for the
Ofet rIdlu ti ,.and frim market M Uam
IB o di.sl.-.-i f tt'leh,>. ho, ev'r. -. .
I0.1ad by 'ltt' I lut rtrabe of the
" tax. flrht lni|m i d ln the year
14t tax on %its as tutor'd i s|| enforc
IDw- tax ':ud property ouw- OUR FULLS
I Wall up a l uiIny %lulduws as
". Is order to redu the umouut A
h*'b lia-ry mere, ihakle.-'hlladel-
I ow" P- l.$ i


Lddhist Ceremonies.
Suidd Iii .rc zw. .x. b I afemft at
'. i%t, e et-rhliA hrip.tzian

*Ml .SS c0 4 ,f u: r, .' iaIy w.'h er.'
at ~ tie 1 t j .jIn bur ia,'utw
U u I.,.. Ul -a nI.h (,int b II L

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0the jokesnieths.


~~XC :'t*I~a .. tt;bI Z i'- Vt
Ol*t~vu..s.) le L 114hill


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General-Park M. Tram-
hass e
oner of Agrlculture-i-. E.
lahas.see.
uhblIc Instruction-Wm. M.
railahasaee.
of the Senate-Hunt W.
y West.


County Offcers:
I Auditor-8. H. Wienges.

bilec Instruction-Dr. J. LI
nesville.
'. 0. Ramsey. Glanesville.
mdge-H. U. Mason. Galnes.

aor-W. W. Colasm. Gala.a

ecto-W. D. DTkfanmW

D. D. Matheom. OGaine.

r Regstratlca-J. C. Me.
eville.
Con *mI-noners-John G.
chairman, Hague; J. F.
Camprille; J. W. May.
is. W. Sum:nera, Trenton;
n, Gainesavlle.
School Board-R. B.
irman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Crosse; G. W. Miller.

nator-H. H. McCreary.

House-Syd L. Carter,
T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.


City Offcrsa:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asses~;or--l. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis,. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Hoard of Aldermen-T. W. Hands.
President; Geo. K. broome, S. J. Bur-
nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8.
M. Misson. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-Hi. E. Tay.
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton, secre-
tary; I. F. Dutton, E. J. Baird, J. H.
Vl~al.


Huco and Merimnu.
It Is pro bable that with the excep-
tion of Byron no great literary genlus
ever was greeted with such a storm
of ii!lick:tion and abuse as Victor
Iupi when -e published "'Le Miser-
a Iiles." Whje the look took the pub-
li II.rnilly off their feet. almost all
iu. ','s rhia:ls uilitd in cuondewning it
al:*l i', 1IIUI : r.
I"r :'r .!erir..e v.role In reference
t n dliiiner giv.enI to lluno, nt lrusaels:
*"il. ve you reud Victor iugo'sj
1,4 i ih at the dli(iir given to bhim by
I .ie n li .uii ir.its m dd ot her stoun-
t*-,-ir Sv. u h ut t' ,j.li. s, li Ailty or du-
u.on ai xrttMse e11- It n:In ho lutoxl-
f-itetm !! it':.-lf s Ith >ers and does not
lake hipe Irvuble I o think."
VtiltIr llu; re.tortedl by writing to a
fried. "'M. Alertiee is a man natu-
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COLLEGE NICKAMEI.
some pe*A Wi tha so-
Jostlem Mde"I NtSe0068.
SoMa of the ctiieges have a grat
alike to the way In which they ar
referred to eomoaly In eommct
with athletia. Fr tnaste*, Wa-
"eyan m0 dou't a to ba eaned "the
Mathaditaw," as t ey appear Surm
At the Naval academy thim in a
'troga prejudke agamat bag eCalled
"Anlapola." The navy sm ara't
particularly toad of "mIdhpm-"n.
They be re the proper nase for their
antltutiok is "thea ary."
Columbia has a great distaste for the
name of "Columblan" for their repr.
sentatives tn athletics or other public
appearances. At the rnulersity otChi-
caso there is a distlke of the name
"Chicago university." sometimes ap-
plied.
Although not so strongly opposed to
t,. students at reunsylvania do not lUk
the full title "Unliversity of Pennsyl-
rannia" as well as plain "Pennaylva-
nia." "Penn" is preferred to either.
"Maroons" for Chicago men. "Gopbers"
for Minnesota. "Badgers" for Wis-
consin students, "Cornbuskers" fur No.
I raska. "Wolverenes" for Michigan.
**illinl" for the men of Illinois-all are
names that are popular at those blu
lhges and are need by the men there
I: speaking of their own teams. In-
deed. to a man unacquainted with
nicknames the average statement sW
gardlnx a conference college is ps
slla" because of the almost entire lack
of straightout namaes-New YoTk Saa.

Want advertislan is a f0ree whlc,
you can harness, and with which ye
can drive your plans wad purpose
to any d4slred dioeU2ati*


Some article that is simply "In the
way" at your house might If advur
Used. be sold to somameo who is ans-
lously looking tr ,t
Secure a tensat for that vaaMt
room through a clasdied ad. It
The Sun.


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rm aos eWia sri. yen w-
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Rooms 11-15 kBidwi llIIIMg, JMkeebvile, fi.


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Will lwe ent Free with every order during January


S.S. PURELY
OO VEGETABLE
It is a generally recIgnized truth that medidncse made froam vta
In rie;:.ts are a great deal better adopted to the delicate human uit" m, at
safer in every way. than those composed of strong mineral miuxtuwes -d
compound. Merury. potash, arsenic. etc., which are leud i* the Wmn .
ture of moat blood medicines, are too violent to their action, and Iequtly
derange the system by disturbing the stomach sad digIstiMon
the bowels, and when used for a prolonged period often c:.i.e Rhenmlian.
S. & S. is the only blood medicine guaranteed absolutely Oad purly ~w .
ble. It is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, selected for their psily.
ing and hne.,m qualities. & 8 cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, aaenand
cers, Srola Contagious Blood Poison, and all Other blood dibsmm,
because it cleanses and purifes the blood, and at the aame time mbd up
the entire system by its fine vegetable tomic ect. 8 S. S. may e bake
by young and old with absolute safety, and with the as. uace vmt t tvU
cure the diseases and disorders due to an impure and I- bl_ M o-A--
even reaching down and removiln hereditary taints. the l
say medical advice res to all who write
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TANK

CONKNSE


h.NRAL INTEREST
SUN RPORTBR.
40-.---
mand What oIs Ge.
6gg-mtreenal and
o oa f the City.


is frames.


Saunders


SUekt at tutherford's

at clab rates. Prof.

at Wilcox was a visitor

rackers In bulk. very
SBarie.
a( Hague was a visitor
yesterday.
01"e0 W. H. Waits for oak
Phone 233.
aMtertaln. order lee
Mller & Vidal.
Oysters, day and night.
llReUrtaurant.
yesterday made a short
to High Springs.
l.M ers of High Springs
to the city yesterday.
gg In l2-pound tins, very
-t Saunders & Earle
OWs,. wife and baby were
visitors to the city yester-

.RJ ir was a visitor to the
He is now located at

U MI board for fine pictures
W i tonight at the Electric

& i eker left yesterday for
where he goes on a short

Kl hJse and daughter of La-
asGoog the visitors to the

fiMaln of the Wade McNair
yesterday from lakeland
points south.
Sirtsa Ellis returned yester-
MicManopy. where she- went
business trip.
Sfith and sister. Miss Es-
Aher, were among the visitors
e Wednesday.
i Thomas returned yesterday
9 Jasomville. where he hat,
Sa short business trip.
No want to see a good show and
*- than your money's worth.
1l6 Dlectric Theatre tonight.


L On of Otter Creek. President
ialestville Hardware Company.
aag the viiltor. to the city


Lp *t. no annoyahce. hut a quiet.
evealag's enjo.I nient at the
Pif Theatre of mo\ iig pictures
ates ets.
livite out-of-town lady shop-
I tis ake use of our parlors and
UMI their parcels in care of our
L Breosn House.


UEU WNO AIM SCKLT
Wbo walme their own comwfort and
Of tbe~r e~bil re %tjoup A net er be
box enof Motther orzi % cciIPow
A emlr A*- throudl, a t the %t-.e


460"tIv Jmj' tea p' c A ir d.1 .* w .--6 E
Ahm b. 4 LhgAtIek.


SC411. 11 P. 0. E.-~Ieets
to'ligt at -. 7 ::'o. 04
In Elk-,' liorte Visit.
lug bruthcr cordially

M-11, D~l Jr S'-cret~ary.


Usipari he-ri .a%,.t (" iff' -- $11111t44 I%- Ihil.'d citqi-ihi l~utitd cat.A. lint It
& note o g. ~f Phell %it h tech cat Sa a.11
R W&. Nnsill of [Ilmpurik.' W- Ithe' ds-i ,' AtlFsri.
city : en', rdv.% %'rst. T C I)si.rw'tuni"ie- e"-t r
.4 i i-dhrrrhirtg-0rs.o..( u.s 1.1 ,..da) trot,, a % I. it it)Geornia Slip v'A


relnh StaundAers I.arr.
special attention paid to ladies'
trade at Rutherford's Re-ta'jrr.nt
Tlirt,'-.n st' l'- otf |irche'd nand
ground coffee BSttunders & Karl,-.
No danKgr of bIing mrr% \ou un-it.
when you Trpetdl an *%oiing at the-
Electric Theatre.
W. A. Stringer and mon of Arch.r
were among the Wednesday visit rs
to the county capital.
Dr. H. I.. Montgomery and wufe of
Micanopy were among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
Plank's Chfll Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 20c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Wallace Waters has returned to hi
home at Hickman. after a short visit
to the city to take In the carnival.
Pure apple cider delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.
Celebrated New York State full
cream white cheese-only place In
the city to get it. Saunders & Earle.
W. J. Waits of Fairbanks was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day looking after some business mat-
ters.
B. H. Levy & Bro. of Savannah have
a change of ad. in today's Issue of The
Sun to which your attention is di-
rected.
B. R. Colson of the Alachua Coun-
ty Abstract Company left yesterday
for a short visit to Jacksonville on
, business.
Mall order houses and foreign shows
take your money out of town. Not
so with the Electric Theatre, for It
is a home affair.
W. T. Bostick returned yesterday
from a short business trip to Jackson-
ville. He is special claim agent of
the A. C. L. railway.
Miss Verna HIutchinson of Tampa.
who has been in the city for the past
,several day.-. will return to her South
Florida home today.
L L Hill left yesterdayy for Waca-
hoota and other points in that sec-
tion to solicit vegetable shipments f*
;ie commission h-use he represents.
Mrs,. C. R. Caiter c; ('Cra anivet.
ii the city yesterday and wiil spend
the next s eral da)s here as the
,.,:est of her sister. Mrs. J. Fletcher

Rev. S. H. Rogers of the First Bap-
tist church will preach in the North
Gainesville hall on Friday evening.
All are cordially invited to these
service's.
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 223.
'lpon reqiue-st. "Charlh.)', Aunt" *ill
It. repeate-d Friday veiatitg at b:3.1.
If we see all there who say they
Ihaen'tt -een it. but want to, we will
hate' quite a good house.


('apt. H. C. Wheeler and sister. Mrs.
II. .L Hutchinsnt left yesterday for
Arizona. ul re the latter *ill l-loend
th- li next ,e%.ral weeks, while the
forii cr returns to his dutl'es in the I'
S arni' thvie
C'hickerilg. Knalbe, Mat bushek.,
Fl-

-nll route. to hI r ihomie at R w-k1 Point
Mrs I. J. mtith of Eanot Rlplid-
Mich hat arril,-d hi the it I t% I n aIll
4m|end the, roetiniider of thlt Inttu i
here il-t;aig frieti.ds
II. C. Parker. the merchant Ir.nee
of IA('rost anud one of the leading
citizens of that section. waa- greetlisg
his friends In Gainemille yesterday
The regular weekly praer-meetigit
will be held a' the Itaptist church to-
night. when the 12th chapter of Reve-
lations. lest to 6th verses. will be
studled.
J. E. Haynesworth of the place bI:. r
ing his name was among the out-of-
town visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
having been summoned In a small case
as a witness.
Cabbage Crates-Sawn slats and
two-piece heads, the best crate for
the least money. In car lots and less.
Write Melton Lumber Company.
M canopy. Fla.
J. W. McDowall of Newberry is
among the visitor, to the cit:. lie
will spend the next few days here
with hi3 family, whi arey Jw m-::.:ig
this city their home.
Deputy Sbhrf:: Urtn,i kft yt.:.r-
day for the mines In Marion county.
where be goes to take Tom Brisban.
the negro convicted of larceny and
given four months In the gang.
C. E. Melton and wife of Micanopy
were visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
Mrs. Melton returned to her home In
the afternoon, but Mr. Melton was
called to Jacksonville on business.
The monthly Mother's Meeting of
the Woman's Christinan Temperance
Union will be held this (Friday) af-
ternoon, at 3 o'clock. at the residence
of Mrs. W. F. Yocum. All mothers
cordially invited.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W.
It. Cron %ill be burled today at
Evergreen cemetery at 11 o'clock. Rev.
8. I. Rogtrs preaching the services
at the burying grounds. Friends
from the city Invited.
Stops earache in two minutes, tooth-
ache or pain of burn or scald in five
minutes; hoarseness, one hour; mus-
cleache. two hours; sore throat,
: .velve hours- Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil. monarch over pain.
Mis. Alice Strickland of Waldo re-
turned to her home yesterday, after
a brief vbit with Mrs. F. M. Prewitt.
Sht sas among those who attended
the Confederate ball given at the Elks'
Home Tuesday evening.
Don't fall to see Tench's new Parti-
sian gowns in "Charley's Aunt" Friday
night. It was only by a miracle that
we got them Itt the custom in-
ql-,(tors. influence is a great thing,
and Col. Chubb is our friend.
J. E. Thrasher and wife of Micanopy
were visitors to the city yesterday,
having come for the purpose of attend-
ing the funeral of Mrs. L. A. Thrasher.
They were accompanied by Rev.
Thrasher and his daughter, Miss Mary.
also of that city.
If you want to buy a high-grade pi-
ano. see the Jesse French Piano Co..
at their new store In the Graham
building We handle the Steln-ay.
Stair. Richm.nd. Remington and
Cha.e pIianos. We will make terms to
suit. 8 A. Iedlbe.tter. Manager.


iuig Ijiakes of Ilianlos bold by f~leit. ol. Dr. A. P.. Cliihc. %iite-rittary surgeon.
cash or on hint~allnsc-st dl~lam. S-' r la- ()11411141(1 e-(l ftire'sat Craw ford &
ii It', ligi-Wl- I.- .Hill. 1Opt-ru I ian' stables and soliclitsa sham- of

I A Nl.~lt- (if flitia- (ziawj'4ill, (of tLi,. ki(~.t, V.e-'etriluar% ('slle-ge ictnd
l~ at~pela ~ i" utI~al~ hai tr' jI'lie-a i i~it auhe h I plroftssieaia
t at aaC' Ii (aulls.ua ar.idav tor night, Io r.4-

1111ti kht"I f i! t., S't a' t- :1''al I-rawtta w 4 1',64.ttt
14% 'I *~ tie II j 'lii' lai. V( la-ct wit- fltht- chart it hate I
'if%$ I.- ItA Kl%4 t 1A.41,11% lat Ill.- Actl% itt
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PIANO


CONTEST


5 VOTES


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(Other ne*s Items on Fails Three.)


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Vice- Pre-idelnt


C. A. Fairloth,
('ahier


t'NITED STATE IS P(D)rSIToRY


GAINSTh ,IONL UN
GAINESVILLE NATIONAL MAHK
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Cliow nd Srpbr SilUIW


DIRECTORS:


Dr. M. H. ePaM J. L. Medlin W. R. Stewat
T. W. hands Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Fairloth


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GAINE8VILLE, FLA.


Capital, $75,00OO0 Uwpit, $17 L.74


W. R. THOMAS, Pmidment K. KBBOOMz, la TlwPa&
E. D. TURNER, Carhier W. B. TAYLOTI, N Vi-PmW.

DIRECTORS:
H. F. Dutt.n. J. G. Nichoel, J. A. Maulitby, M. Vem.b, W. Theim,
J. B. Padgjtt, G. K. Bn,.*, W. B. Tagr.


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POR RWrT.
FOR RENT-Five-room cotUtag. a
ply 00 B. Lberty saest.


WANTED TO RENT-P. Y or six-room
cottage near square. Apply this
office.


A WARNING

I have learned that certain persm
are representing themselves a my
agents, and taking orders for large
pictures, claiming I will Aish them
in some cases the pictures given them
nave been lost-pictures of dear ome.
which cannot be replaced. I have as
agents, never did, and nevwr will
I deal directly with my patrons fto
all work I agent out of ith prices I charge fos
the high-grade work I do. Bring yoru
enlarging to me and you are not onl)
In, red a .:ti.ot o4.J uf the urinli..ai
but %1i Late a guaraitlee of atiithl .
likLa ,.. u .d an artistic finish
SMITH'S STUDIO,
Gaineeville. Plieora


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(u;A I NSV IL, ICFLORIDA


Established Over Twenty Tears
( 'ipi:tal, $1] ,. N)4. 1 Surpluv, $ ,50,000.00
MUTED STATES DEPOSITORS

....We Solicit Your Pusiness....


Jame. M. firs iatill, I 1-.


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W Mr P. MUMr and vmted fhisb
SM Mr. ed Mrs. T. I LPlkett
U P. Mm e ad daughter Mimes
.s Md Ihes, atedad ehaetb
SU ,herb s unda ,lgy. t.
P. N M ar ade a flyiag trip to
Ilnb S.i atrday.


SI Card of Theaks.
bt r Sea: Please allow me
ila* Me a w o i ar vaa e paper to e
W m** tmI d to my meneSas friends and
Shtors IBn thi ad adjoiting vicl
M er ty my h rtlet tanks or their kind
S" t aad thea htfl aesistace during the
SMa Uto- e Md death at my beloved corn
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Wotrk thme resestMiKon pier at t.
Alugstneo is s .w under way. It has
etm 9etom sitne the project was
,ar I started.
lt yee U*itd States Commb s
llai (M of TmM ...d t ar-
rest oa twea fo CDabs. charged.


The l orange crop of the tate
In 4 AM0 Up to Jamary 1t about
M Pir eat of the e tre crep was
lpped, leaving a bala es an the es
of 4abet 18OIW beoes.

Alla lenses, aa news ,Iborer.
was kied tol 5oapitylle Saturday
aogK his areat hean been o t from
er to ear by Andersoe Gordon. a t
or sew l the a"me pleae.

Bsh orders for 3u,00 railway t&iM
have been reoedved in Tamp from the
Germats Compay eof BrnEswok. Ga.
Veemel will b heaed at Tames aMd



aSt.o. amounatd to 3 sold elurs ad
134 barrels, au awregat of O70,835


to shape now thal ever before. RTh
estly the ety bought from the phosl-
phats mlimng company at Luraville
one heudred earkmads of rock, and the
starts are beaio psv*d with It.

Even at the average price of 10
-ents a quart tur strawberries. the
Plant City gromwrs are making money,
as 36,330 quarts had be.. shipped up
to the wt'.k .*ndiu January 5. The
uhipumunts 1o tbat wek alone totalled


%,.W0 quarts Lakeland. Stark and
uther setlious of Vlorida are also re
celvilg larae retuittauces from ship-
uenrut of this choice fruit.

A youug shite muau sttiug his uasai
as William P Ly -e of Coliwmbla. S.
C. trtId to mammi t by eMtMg


W WONODOW WILSON


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CHAPL Mul N. C. im. W.-
"M i-m 4 i m48,4ham tels
-een a e. Weotd ro
the S2tUt.o wit a Ge Lte ph- d
meo esmeto m ed daltto esto l hAd a
par meld ma of th happiest y, t
of a eslbratid like thbisA that the
Le haMg age messed to be regarded
as a sesty of Norte Carthoat h be
been Geompted the entry through as
ta rest ha eo devoted lto the tim
of his a ehe disca to a Partlo
ba us em."
Thus paoke Dr. Woodrow Visas.
preset of Primeetmon Unlversity, at
e IAle birthday celebration at the
aviera ty of North Carolan last
eight. "The South does mnot grudge
reme tor tell atin qas ee of ts great
ure."that we etimmed, "bd tw It ch
shes as and section pat a p iclar o
arda:: afectio for the gracos ges.
tvlmam who led ts armles to the great
amteet, which was fought regarding
some of the eassetial questions of
our coautituti*1 lfe. It loves to
remember all the qualities of great.
uses that were In him, Oad how esetle
and ma.gmaimas. a spirit dwelt to the


"We do ot ose- together upsa
his birthday to praise him. It is aot
sow s eoearyto asseM sad vale him.
It is rather Or privilege na duty
to speak of what' he means to us in
a ew eeration. We rehearse traits
to quicken our owv conscience uad
gmide Marselves in times of stress and
diceulty. There was no touch of the
histrionic about Gen. Lee. His ui4elst
demeanor upon every field of action
seems almost an attempt to withdraw
himself from sighL He was. in fact.
like every man of supreme force, com-
pact of fire, as was WashAington. Fire
under control is the very emblen of
force; uncontrolled It s the emblem
of destruction; ad this mans per-
iectl, schooled and disciplined power
is the model of what man who om-
mand should be.
"And so the life of Ge. Laos menas


move to Jackovtlle Moday morn
ito. He sates that was into Jack.


uviUe trom


Colauml tn search of


work. from his manner at polee
headquarters It Is thought that he
wa Underthet e ofsome pow-
erful drg. --
A saet little older got out by the
Klislmmee Board of Trade bears upon
it face the followitg atatemet:
"Jlas.iimee. Pi.. the healthiest town
in the United State. ofart more sub
stantial inducements to the home
seeker and Investor than any other
town in the South." The following
three i'ags give Information In detail
to support theaO eaisms. the fifth
give. at-is In condensed form about
iilanue;. and the last tells what
eaterprises are needed there This
is a good. substantial form of liters
tur.. t re-cut to the inquirer who
seeks a home or i' j iza mt ir .
Florida Tim.
Tie enter .ig Palatka lard of
Trade is pi. t-ln ng a monthly peri-
odical whhkh etitiles the "Wlard
of Trade Re:e-s The Review is
printed on cled aper with intak of
the best P ilt%. four small. 3-colunum
pages ". half-tone cut iu the Brat
uuiai 'ri the nt i Atlantitc (''Co
Uin.* r Ilsa.uger station shalh
was ii*. > *ii|.|(ted at a bt ot U
*JL.(W Il cth.ar salid ahOc r .isid press
aork The lkeiv conlitaius auan>
tarts about Palatk and Putuam
county. and a number of Palatka ad-
vertiseMaeats. One of these Is for
A.. AM- -&S. .


or us, first. a Tatom of nperml
eXpreesed, ot to terms of semto
sot. but is ter of aoervies; SK ga
aod, service rendered to I
of the soldier not only, but o
Sirit of the s toMer whe It m
thoughtfu l clten- statmest
the old.
"We are trying to ftrm a -mtoa
poliMy concerning many dmlei e
tem. Each political party Mse #
ask what will tb mot m ptat
Some things are s*ifle"etiwy
It Is plain that principle is bea Wy
the eaoutry rather than m ro ae
diesy; that the mere makesalft
the moment or the measure whM
ha so principle at Its fbtoa
will at In the long run either
mand votes or cement parties. C
les I am g-eatly mistaken. the sir
permanent principle of political M
erty Is the principle of ladivi-
responsibility and of Individual vW
tnilty. In the economic field the eM.
erdt r of work and enterprise ~a"
ed utterly away.
"We most make use of cv~iMti
nad of organizations upon a ra
scale such as a past gesentnm
not dreamed of. T mre Must he
eranental control, t it must Ml
the form rather of a ceartng. e
and policing of the field of to ,
whose object shall be the resv6lWtu
of a quality of opportunity, the N4 '
al, so far as possible. of the opporM
tty for monopoly, and above all a
turn to the principle of strict todiuh
ual respon ibillty.
"If we heed the example of 0i
men as Gen. Iee." said the ,rpeake.
conclusion. "we ,hall sutbrdinate -t
wills to a definite principle, serve al
a purpose of destruction, not a pI'
pose of vengeance, but a purpose d
conservation. Only by the comsdi
pursuit of such Ideals and the iG
acioUs compulsion of asch standU
shall we restore an age of liberty. 0
respect and hope."


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Like all the developing cities t
Ida the Gem City is finding
oving its clothes.-Times-

A Noted Vielinist.
Mr. Alfred E. Human. son of
famous violin virtuoso. Theodore
aa. will arrive In O alesville td
(January 21st) from Jacksosvlle. a
will remain in this city for a am
time to the Interet of his noted
rent. '
Theodore Human is well-knowl
muslc circles throughout Amerie 01
abroad being first violinist with i
Bostol Symphony Orcbestra. the
ing muslical orgazilsatlon in tbo W l
for a number of years and 1ha8 6i
identUfied with the li.,tbhoeU tea
'4uarteta antd oltbr it.ll ki- ias
" a l a n r ai


May Return to Gainesvile.
G. B. Crawftrd and wife, 1bo
been here for the past celk vill
frieuda, returned to their bhoi
Greeu Cove yesterday %i&a palsf
lhei.re they will stop for a feN d"s
Mlr ('rawford stated that As he A
ownit.d property here he as tbIhklag
u uagAin taking up his rea

Birthday Party.
Quite a crowd of Ill,- folks *
bled at the home of 8 J liurut
Wednesday afterrouii, bei ble i
n tiec Mi.r Kani.*i.' i.- s '* al
day party whih was hbly


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TRI OAINEMVILLS 4ITN: JANUARY t2. 1909 |


WlS IL LM

-SSAT JICi

tLBEATUS PR-SENT PROM ALL
ACTIONS OP STAT.I

Afasmee alnd Night Sel" 14Held
WhaNi Will so Followed by
Another Siesae Today.

Prom Taeeday's Dally Sun:
The Womar's Missionary Institute
of the Methodlst Church is now In
snseom I this city and I being large
Iy attended. Many delnt from
estlds are premt at the meeting.
The meeting was opened by devo
tomal e eles by Mrs BL Hob
laid, couterm secretary. who helo
for her mubjeet "Serves." hbe thor-
euahty vee the subject aMd show.
e4 that d hald given It mach

This was fi owed by Workers
Com-mmes eaeb pn re-mt
taking part. The setWet Irnt dis
esNed was "The 8tregas Ptoint In Our
Sodety. amd How AttalMd." Zch
eaudlary had a dlrmt stronM potent
as to how they were obtained and
were heltpful to theo ether saxillaries.
Oaimesvae Masaillary howed several
m N pins, ameMs which were its
nlra.ty, the em1lms3 st Its eers
amd atteodiames of Iats members to the
bedmese meeting.
The next o the program was "Our
UteratareW ad How to U It." Mrs.
W. P. TYcn tled this subject. The
disu..mi was condedve to a great
awakenatg om the preepr ue of our
Iterato "*rely the thing we need
is to r to have knowledge." This
attmnMO eme ia ovincings tomes
from Miss Daves, as she In her mag-
atle wa pressed and discused
sabest The subject of "Our Young
Pioplp," was led by Mrs. Amons.
This most important subject was skill-
fully handed ad was a getting prelude
to the eMMil'se' khow, which was in
irge of Miss Davies. who talked In
Chagim oostonum Probably this part
of the program will result t n ore
lasting good. The future alone will
show. Besabe of the latenem of the
bor. the lastint closed to convene
I the oevemi.


FAiUII' NON TO

liT AT UVE OAK

LVB OAK, Jam. .I-The ee0Ctive
qomma of the Parmers' Union has
issued a eaB hor a late convention to
be held sa this city PrIday. January
22. A large member of delegates and
members of the union from this State
ad Georgia are expected be In at-
tends.. Hoo. C. S. BiLrett. presi-
dent of the National Union. will be
la atedans and deliver a lecture.
The local county unions are taking a
nest Iterest In the coming conven-
timo mad everythlng points to a very
aneoesstal meeting.

Teeo Meush Pae.
Tou eel as uf you had one tace too
auay whie you have neuralgia. dont
yeT Save the tace-you may aeed
It, but et rid of the eoralgia by
applylas balard's 8now "'eent.
Piest tlag ia the world tor rhea-
malsm. euralgia, bires, cats, scalds.
iame ba k and all palas. Sold by W.
M. Johaeom.

OPP POR BIO HUNT.


GOaineville Crowd to Famoue Gulf
Hammeeank.
A jolly crowd of Ganesville citi-
sens. comprising E A. O'Neill. E. K.
ranga. Lee Graham, J. W. McCollum.
W. A. McDowall. Geo P. Morris and
W J. McCormick dejmirted yesterday
for the wild* of Gulf liammock.
whbre they lpropooo to go I in campt
and slaughter the game of that .tec-
tion for the next e*%eral da)s
They go prte.arud for the trip. with
all bedding,. ro' tlon1 s and tents, I|r
parator) to halit.a a Jo lod time
fur the remwuaitder of their et-k
Mr Morris &as the mil) ont* of lthe
crous4 that did not r'atUblh Icaii
bunt r ,as ht .i ft lh (It)> wit lh I a
01hllte ',t allll t btll At tlit A lll 101. It,
qu. t adortilig hillmeIf. but it Ia sa Id
that Le also hdl a pair of I uut

It )ou llII tItker Fley's Orinl Il.awa
tie until the t)tls btecoue regular
)ou aIII Iio( hts %- to take purgl'her
cou taully as Fn l'' ()rano lOn.t l,
t* alley% l t-ura, thro>ule 't iu i .l til
aid alug ,i'hi loi -r lI'ta It lIo .tk,
J W McC'lluu A Co.


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THE UAINKSVILLK 8UN: JANUARY 21, 1909


FHRESE=T


MrTH CHAPTER
I UNIVERSITY.


lmoon Made Preeseta-
, W weas Wae Rewen.


Dr. C. L Crow.)


da D Snally S :
yesterday morning
of portraits of Jeffer-
Sig ft Robert E. Lee by
oah Chapter, U. D. C..
interesting occasion.
began at S:30 to run
from the square to
sad all were well filled,
B Mrs. J. E. Wainwright.
of the chapter, callh-d
to order the chai-l held
l"mace. The ladies of the
gegspted seats to the left of
stand, and in front to
gIt the battalion of cadets
lborm. under command of
Among the audience
representatives of the J.
Chapter, U. D. C.. as well
C m tederate Camp of Vet-
law Wallace Post, G. A. R.
began with an Invoca-
Dr. Sledd. After this Mrs.
tI a few well-chosen
'-fteduced Mr. Christopher
who was to make the
d presentation. There ib no
g b the Gainesville readers
am of Mr. Mathescn's agn!fl
I hBis pleasing appearance.
s great oratorical power. SMr
had a great subject and he
It fttingly.
a graceful iitro'!u:io:u, tl .
f erred to President l)a~ i.'
Fail of the Confederate
as a work. written in
savel, to conserve the truth
thoa who went down to de.
al defense of the "lost cause."
t0 repeated Davis' beautiful
t the book to the women
s.r2cy. then he showed
ve of the South were
to their old traditions.
Is the Daught, rs of th.' Con-
Swho present these plctu:res
Them the appropriateness of
l ft was lightly t-uc-ed r"* n.
f OGen. Lee was especially
Sto hag on the walls of a South-
Malge. for Lee. "guided as ever
MRll H of duty, had resolved to
IN Virginia after the war and
*I ebaMblitate his desolate land
"mus heyar yoang men."
iO df our great leaders were
Sto defeat and disappoint-
Then the speaker quoted
Sl RaUtor Daniel's matchless
of Davis.
Pkhaer has reminded us that
t* antio has rushed upon Its
w.B whole force of the national
8 metimes shoot up in one
eGhaater like the aloe which
M the end of a hundred years
. I P eard Mr. Davis as a repre-
of the South. in his ardent
I0 eftdom and of constitutional

I aes of Davis' ideas, his
la his fellow-countrymren,.
0I-I to the purity of their mo-
w1e6 then dwelt upon. "Again
a represented his people in
Mase of honor and his un-
Udellty and willingness to
eto fend the honor of others;
Sthe reason he fought ai loteg
was left when the ,.oldil'rs
to place himu in chains "
o111 1 n this treatt.'intt of lhtu
t la Insult to th., Houth. ru It...
T Mr Mathbeon eulogile'd
Jto basterly wordl iI. t,,ld that
l e l'a death there ud tfounl ii
lg kaapea.k a \,, ou j,.i .r on
the GtneT.r.l lln..e it h.,i w rit
Iy "There h, a tru. ,.lr. ;., t .,
a BB or the' xlr\ ,,r ,iut ,l..ti.


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Added to the Long List due
to Ts Famous Remedy.
Cam NJ.- "It is with pleasure
that I add my testimonial to your
already long list -hoping that it may
induce others to avail thenielves of
this valuable medi-
cine, Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Ve etable
Compound. Isuf-
fered from terrible
headaches, pain In
my back and right
ale, was tired and
nervous, and so
weak I could hardly
stand. Lydia E.
V "l Pinkham's Vegeta-
|ble Compound re.
stored me to health
and naei e feel like a new person,
and it shall always have my praiM."
-Mrs. W. P. VALENTIN 06 Lincoln
Avenue. Camden, N. J.
Gardiner. Me. ** I was a great suf-
ferer from a female disease. The doc-
tor said I would have to go to the
hospital for an operation, but Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound com-
pletely cured me in three montha."-
Mit S. A. WILLIAMI, IL F. D. No. 14.
Box 39, Gardiner Me.
Because your case is a difficult one,
doctors having done yon no good,
do not continue to suffer without
ViTing Lydia E. Pinkhanm's Vegetable
Compound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases of female illa, such as in-
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic
r Ins, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and netr-
vous prostration. It costs but a trifle
to try it. and the erqii't i k worth mil-
lons to many suffering women.

ous to traninmit to the coining genera-
tions unttaitned these noLle virtues."
"*J4'arniiig, from our noble chi-ftain
devotion to duty and fidelity to right.
harn:onlously Ilended !th Christian
virtues. let us. *heir sons. love every
inch of our country and present our
lives a lis ng sacrilnce upon the altar
of truth and prriiciple "
Afttr Mr. Mith.-.on had concluded
Mrs Geo. Snuth and Miss Annie
Ik-ville rendered ui artistic style a
selection on the ilano.
Mrs. Wainwright then Introduced
Dr. Sidd. ho. In the name of the
University. accepted the portraits.
After thanking the ladies of the
Kirby Smith Chapter for the portraits.
Dr. Sledd went on to say that this
was not the only way in which this
chapter had manlfe.ted Its int',rest
in the young men of the University.
It had founded and still maintained
a scholarship. the funds from which
went to defray the expenses of some
deserving student. the son of a Con-
federate veteran, who otherwise
would be unable to attend the Uni-
versity.
Dr. Bledd told of his early youth
in Virginia when the wounds from the
war had not yet been healed, and of
the many lessons he had learned at
his parents' knees, lessons Inspired by
the matchless characters of the Con-
federate leaders. He hoped and be-
lieved that from the U'niversity would
go forth worthy descendants of those
great men. "for we are not unworthy
bons of worthy slres."
When D)r. Sledd had concluded Mrs.
\'ains right expriersed her satiafac-
tion and delight in what had beeu
said
The exercises were concluded with
a l-ino solo Mr. Peck Greene of the
I'nl'ertltv. folioS ed by a vocal solo
by Mr Kline Graham

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Rackuing la grippe coughbs that may
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are quickly cured by Foley's Hloney
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HOME FOR THE DANCE


Many Out-of-Town Partiee Present
and Hall Thronged With
Elite of City.

The Confederate ball given by Kir-
by Smith Chapter at the beautiful
Elks Home on Tuesday evening was
the crowning social event of the sea-
son. and many of the elite of the
city took advantage of the arrange-
ments made by the ladies for their
comfort and pleasure on the closing
day's entertainment.
There was no part of the arrange-
ment-' left undone, and the afair
proved not only a source of much en-
joyment, but a financial project well
engineered on the part of the mem-
berd of the chapter, who raised a neat
sum in this way to assist them In
their scholarship work.
The home was neatly and gaily
decorated for the occasion, and a
large number of out-of-town people
were present to participate in the
dancing of the evening. The music.
furnished by the home orchestra, was
all that could be desired.
From a financial standpoint the re-
ceipts far exceeded the expectations
of the ladles, and some purchased
tickets just for the catise it repre-
sented.

STATE oF OIO, CITY or Total si, ),
LucAs CAut-N'. '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath tha
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. j. Cheney & C,., doing business In
Ithe C:ty of T 'edno. County and State
a. .:eai:d, atd that bald firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOI
LARS for each and eaery case of ca-
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Curt.
FRANK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 188.
a. W. JLZASON,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-
ternally, and acts directly ou the blood
aud mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testi.noStals free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for coasti-

Death of Small Child.
From Wednesdays Dally:
News was received In the city yes-
terday of the death of the little child
of Mr. a Mrs. W. B. Crown. which
occurred at their home at Rocky
Point. The little girl. Elsie. had been
Ill only a short while, as she with her
parents visited the city on Saturday.
She died from pneumonia.

A POSmVE CURE

FORMDGESlON

If you have indigestion. your food
ferments in the stomach and bowels.
It does more: it decays, and the nu-
tritious matter which should go to
make new blood decays with it. and
this leads to an impoverished condi-
tion of the blood, to nervousness. bill-
lousness. constllpatlon. sick headache.
bad breath which disgusts your
friends, and other disagreeable and
unpleasant conditions.
And all this trouble Is caused by
the food that doesn't digest. but f-r
Vents and ofttinies rots in th.* stomach
And f.erznw.it:ttl(i Is caused by the
atoieacah ot i,, i lig .troiKg enough andl
I* i. trtI" el;')iugh lo thorcugKhly mix
th. fodl wl lth tt' dig~el ti ju lie-
.ll NA i.- re< ,or.-tal. for te.lts of
: t al;ll. off e 1e'- li factl it I-
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bases To Kll Liquor


HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL REUN-
ION TUESDAY NIGHT.

Musical Program and Entertaining Ad-
dresee Foeature of Evening's
entertainment.

The Annual Historical and Social
Reunion of the J. J. Finley Chaipter.
U. D. C.. was held Tuesday evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock at the reddence
of Mrs. J. D. Striagfellow. This at-
tracrve home was tastefully decorated
for the reason with lovely ferns and
cut flowers. The program %atn com-
posed d& music and addresses, and
each contributor to this part of the
entertainment won well merited ap-
plause.
The program was opened with a
plao aso. rendered by Mrs. W. F.
Yocum in a skilfal manner. Other
musical selections by Mlisses Titt-
man and Leonora Vidal showed the
ability of these artists. The vocal
solas by Mrs. Dora Wallace. Dr.
George S. Waldo and Miss Lucia Pat-
toM were highly appreciated. The
staging of the State aong of the United
Dughters of the Cntfederacy, 'Way
Dowa Upon the Swannee Ribber."
by the chapter, brought forth gener-
as applause
Judge Horatio Davis. eonm-mndnt
of Stonewall Camp, U. C. V.. In a fit-
tdug memorial paid a loving and elo-
quet tribute to that beloved hero of
the Suth. Gen. IL I. Lee.
Mrs. J. L Kelley. president of J. J.
Finley Chapter. responded in a few
well chosen words, briefly outlining
the objects and almas of the Daughters
of the Confederacy.
Mrs. J. M. Taylor followed with a
short sketch of the historical work
of the chapter during the patt year.
The program closed with a humor
oua recitation by Miss Belle Sadler.
Her natural and Inimitable style won
for her a hearty encore, to which
she responded with "You Old Cjn-
feds."
Delicious refreshments were served.
Mrs. J. D. Strtngfellow and Mrs. W.
B. Taylor presiding at the table.
which was tastefMUy decorated In the
red and white colors of the Daughters.
After a social hour the large as-
sembly of frla. ids, taking leave of
the genial bhotesa, expressed them-
aelves In terms of high appreciation.
The-Mildred 3. Lee Chapter. Chil-
drea of the Confederacy. also observ-
ed memorial services at the residence
of lirs. 0. K. Broome from 3:30 to
5 p. m. Sons* by the children and
address ft m visitors comprised the
program.
At this time the children decided
to oer a gold medal to the student
of t the t'Iversity of Florida who sub-
mits the abeet eamy on the "Cause that
led up to the war between the States."
OrMt entlmuam was manltfested by
the ebildrme.
After partakla of del a r
frehmeta te cheldrem bid adieu.
Uoth chapters desire to express their
ainiere appeeatlom to those who so
generotasly contributed to these e-
joyable oealons.






TAUIAHASKE, Fla., Jan. 19.-
Notice baa been served by the Board
of Pardow that the application of
Isailah E. Cooper for pardon will be


heard January 2I.
This case is one of State-wide inter-
esat. Cooper was convicted Ave years
ago. nearly six yaera ago, for the
murder of J. 11. IHowman. the toa n
muar.,hal of Punta Gorda The evi-
dence against Ctxjptr ass all cir-
cunustantial. The ca.e hA s twln I--
foie tLe ioL- d at ofartoliu a saunimidm
of tlZv. llli lbu t) t11 iti'o.'li i,.l ta t .t.. r


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thi t 'i .il I timl|- %% II If hill i a 1 4..i, t
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(Iul, (;tilt r .-t % ill be i ti ( ; )l % ,
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If you have found anything see if
K Is advertlcd lthe Want column.


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Whiskey
ltwl m oldotim vigor hi almost no time-by 014
m, Bo moderately you are boundto benefit your hea-lth i
ia vMer bott bears the Government "Grecn Stamp"-
Sau esact Age Proof and Measure. hNo eb

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It, Write Us Direct. Sunny Brook Dis-
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tmoft m uf"ee' -M-e w e*Ytm w
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Wl Don Suits of Cotton


To Widen Staple's


ATLANTA. Jan. 19.-Some 400 dele- union throughout tl.e country
gates and officials of various branches line with this new movement.
of the Georgia Farmers' Union met in provide them ,elves ith worklaS
of cotton cloth it is ,apliI.r&'nt thai-
convention In the hall of the House of cotton cloth it IN ;pneie.nt OWN
oe In the hal of th Hous will at once create a new and
of Repre-entatves at the ttat. Ca. ;- ..it r-, th, ir tr..iat product .
tol. upon call of the national board of Right in line with t':ls actJia
directors and of the Cotton Commit- :be pa sage of a rte-olution by
tee, appointed at the recent meeting mouse vote to Insist on and ei
held in New Orleans for the purpose the extension of the uses of cotI
of discussing and taking action upon the manufacture of bags and bW0
the union warehouse problem, and aised in covering commercial pad-
attending to other matters of import- The convention will be in sa
ance. today and before it adjourns, willti
At the outset the warehouse ques- some action probably on the -I
tlon and other matters utre placed tion of the contolldation of the 4
In the hands of special committee Ion warehouses of which there I
for consideration and report. now about 100 In Georgia. The -
One of the most Interesting actions bouse movement is one of the MI
taken at the meeting was the pass- important features of the un0lo's I
age of a resolution providing for the gram.
adoption of a uniform suit of cotton At the same time with the case
clothing, to be worn by farmers while tion the business agents of the lM
at work on the farm. A committee try and the local unions ows 9
will take the matter in hand for the State held their annual mS9t- (
purpose of perfecting the details. the Senate chamber for the pn
If the 3.000.000 members of the of mapping out their 1909

"Charley's Aunt." jealous. If you haven't seen thbis
As so many people were unable ule gem of a comedy, come out1W
day nilht-if you have seen It. d
t) attend the performance of "Char- anyhow and see if we hatvent ilta
ley' a Aunt lat Friday evening, ed. At any rat.-, if ou donit "0e
another opportunity will be given don't tell me sat.lrday that yos 4
them. The caste have all couseuted sorry. because y-w i o't be half
to play again on Friday, the 22nd. and much bo as I. You .:vi s t' ia I-
1'romise a smoother performance. Ing and get a ticket ..t Mill r r k
Mr. Tench exipets to have his gowns dal's or you caln %avt until toPn"~'.
from Partis for the occhion. lie ba) > It don't matter, juwt 4' ,t t 1
the other ladit.-" i n the. ca.te ~ far ticket before Friday i',ht
ov.r-ha'lw.d him thev nja'h hina ?,4i TT ,t,-"



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THEB OAINENVILLEB UN: JAYIARY 21. 1909


SLUS LAWI AND BLUES PSOPLL

(Atlanta Constitutl(.)
The eyes of all America are foreur-
S at atOe@ed Juslt now with an amused lnteret *
m.eAod-Ues matter, on the florida city bf Pena2ola.
of 0 arere of March w. where there is under way a d.termnin-
ed attmuplt to enforce the "blue lawn"
i-- ---a%" they wrre enacted In all their vigor
M- m4i a a T iay afty yev ars ago. oI
so lln" S Plbi I At this juncture. the authorities
and the blue la~ ha e all the bhe-t
RY, Edit*fr W t of the controvervy. I tuiness mn.n
... -- have be-,n uncerremonioutIy "ilnche'd Much of the chronic lament
otf $b I re for opening their mall on Sunday. the See that your horse is not all
Week Sn I$ a year; soft drink e.tablilhmients hate clohd Liniment on hand and apply
k .; single couples, B up with a lmng on the 8abbath. and It's wonderfully penetrating--
IiRe*no.w: the only thing that restrains the the soreness limbcrs up th
ts, 1t 5 eIs t sshertff from putting a ban on trolley elastic and pliant
'At 1o cests foreachtraffle in that the. city attorney has
Yhitwmnts for three. de,,ignated it as a "necessity of life."'
w wth at special rates. I The affair ha4. of cour~e,. ith own Oi
Iepoe appleation. huimior. but Ih also n.ot ithot .t
aa Death motices. i .erted i rlou. phase. S :,n. ,of thi. ..tii-, wll kll a span, curb or spin
S sent a line._-_ tg -:. sire a sur 1.al of t(he .ra '%h. n len joints.and is a sureand spe
b ( L.th'* coun'r.% was ni r' o if s infected founder and thrush.
S The Thrlce.a-WL ~th Puritanism. 1<,:i then took liter- Dr. Earl S. Sloan.
Wed one year.......$1.65 lly the ltihIhcal injunction regarding 01..me boo a rm. eM
L The Atlanta (Ga.) the ox in the' diIth. They coni'cived
a Omstltuton one year. 1.76 't to be their duty t,) make-their neigh- ... .-
SI The Atlanta (Ga.) b txr religious, nol.ous volens. that in- In both the near East anid far East
SrnalSemi-Weeky 1.50citable human (llc:outness faith re- matt rs remain in an unettteh*d condi-
l one year ....... 1.50 'iwet to the affairs of others and the tion aid are the cau.ie of anxiety to
--- tendency to monopolize to one human other countries. In the lalkans the
Sll w o at accept stamps of theory all virtues being then in the reaiuring outlook of one day Is off-
p dm.Mnoation than 2 cents. ascenddant. get the iext by disquieting rumors.
.... We have widened out as to soul and and as tthe intr is ldisiing by fast
r character in Pittbburg ap- mind since those days,. and we are and no settlement of the various quest.
pto pretty low. speedily arriving at the knowledge tons directly involving Turkey. Aus-
that men are not made holy by statute trla. Bulgaria and Servia is in sight,
Ma tniny to hear the Preal- or precept, but by example and by there is grave danger of hostilities In
I fI Senate to mind its own teachings that iwrsuade the soul with. the spring. In China the dismissal
I' out doing violence to the Intellect. of the reform prime minister causes
.. No indications are uppermost that much uneasiness among the foreign
Sig lever experiment suf&- America. or the boutilern part of it legations. inasmuch as the action be-
ft trath to find out whether at least, would sanction or permit the trays a reactionary sentiment which
q w nt. laxity of an European Sunday. In a is always hostile t nt foreigners.
majority of the Southern cities, f ..
Ob who get married this year exami,,le, the-e io-.alled "blue law."j Some of the editors who did not
kab to hold their heads up ha- biwn obl-ol-t. :. r full haif :i support Governor Gilchrlst in his race
U bwlmg that they are free century. People eiijy their Sabbatht inl t: rl..ia,-.-. but on the contrary


gH- doctor says "'Everyonee
wallow one dozen raw (-.;-
StA*." Does the good doctor
a for a nation of billiona;res ?

W Vaing of the South." by
leward Taft, promtuies to be'
kheresting a volume a "*The
of the West" by Theodore


1-Oe Gl christ has appointed
PS Petcher United States
rlfor the vacancy occurring be-
*l Mle 4th and the election by


It IWra editors are unanimous-
pul upoM at least one thing-
Ua1molr Gilchrist did the right
I I giving Brother Jordan of
JftM Gorda Herald an office.

*1 Themas A. Darby, former Sen-
MAB Putnam county but now en-
In business in Alaska. was
* the visitors to Jacksonville
Uk. His many friends in
1 Suoaty would be pleased to
dwa" this way.

i -$8i eommissioers of Os-
1 y subscribe for two huu-
is of The Kissimmee Valley
i l4 pay for the same out of
f- fbads. This is a good way
Ptke the county, but we doubt
411ty of such action on the
1o coummisboners.I
^ h- Bm(l- kmera.

I 8W it is said that Telfair
S Wil cross swords with Sen-
h Ofor his toga in Wash-
O Gar friend Telfair will find
SAJob to beat Taliaferro. It
Wmal better known and who
wreft for the State to "turn
Pa. i&last Taliaferro. We say
S kibdnuess to Mr. Stockton.

h1a sert will be made to di-
i0 o0 eanty at the coming aws-
4 60 L*igalature If there e
in the State. shicbh should
S it I h l )ad, but we r.-peat
Gln u*ew loutlitla should Im-
Satl the. lpr' a it, unjunt al,-
it s chanid ,I a lo u gli'
"tl hI, lt.e.glalature In

11 A d01lieahii, hi.e b I|.,.li

B I 5 elit u tiit. .o\ thjeNt I (.tl Ilt,

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da.4ty. s l tL~' .. if -


inll a qui*.t. r'. i.;,trlal aud order'
manner. and ien't do not se~ti poor)
(.iii-thuti for the fact that they can
ou.. in Sk:,..day cigar or a glass of
soda v A-! rr
It is an inviolable law of niaman na-
ture. t-upiK(rted by history that sl an-
cient as well as amuusit.ly modern.
that no statute is strong-r than com-
munity settniment. Hli-t'ry howss al-
,o the tr.'.4 v r ie iiual t r, r of
religion by coercion. Blue laws, or
those condemned by that preponder-
ating religious sentiment that does not
lose sight of the factor of progress.
make a blue people. What is more,
they promote that which the liturgy
especially cautious us against-
hypocrisy. "envy, hatred and all un-
charitableness."

The number of people victimized by
palmists. mediums and other quacks
is enormous. That the business is
profitable is evident from the number
that follow it. Now and again one
such person gains well nigh universal
notoriety by reason of the strange
compound of genius, charlatanry and
personal magnetism he possesses. A
man thus equipped secures for his
dupes wealthy people who have to
be swindled out of a good deal of
their money before their eyes are
opened to his true character. Just
now two continents are talking of
the doings of one of these charlatans
who, under the naum of "Counat de
Hamon." has fleeced a number of peo-
ple in France who had more money
than brains. He is the same man
who as "Cheiro" cut such a wide
swath In this country a few years ago.
but whose real name is Just plain
John Warner. In his makeup of clev-
erness, quackery and Impudence he
seems to be another "Compte di Cag-
liostro." who duped Prance and Eng-
land in the eighteenth century. The
unprincipled character of these Im-
piosters is constantly being exposed.
but in spite of It there are always
plenty of people who weein to enjoy)
being fooled.

The-re setould te. >o n or.-e iew' cIu l
ties ftirild in lFlorida; u until the- larx,-r
couintle-' ;ar, g eia ther- re.r.ei,.ettaltit
In th. Fl-'iarla .L.gt hlture i, .O Itheir
jimji.itAtC n i ju lt l 1 elitl- 1 ti ,c1li t It
in 11t J -1lt thatl a I -' 11lt> hlAillig i t
1ipIult ,li-.ii of t e i tthoil rtA i h ti h0i0l4l
l~aiv 4 ii al.f'r jul t1%o e* I :11t
ll\t' %,l114, ; e > otilit .t f tit lt w. '.
Iha- iil t l it Itli ilit) r .M .t 1 *
.,,r l >ih. l I A i l Ia feiri f", li.,liK !
,|'l | | ,ill* .el -- l 'tl *e 1 1" I
| i 't A llri' i I

ii, li, 4 n iti. bA. lii I' L I',,,
.Mk i1 CI I" llir lill itthe AI i .%04
r\ i i fI j ., i t "ii th A I A ll. '
SI [rii .


.. l > >.. Ilu. i tit LtItr i'owvMr to de-
feat him. resorting in souUt' instanceht
jo ,it ~-tt, *inaule !le'thodl.s to Injure hisl
. .;. y. a ir-- a. j "r-lobbi'ri g" all
over him. The Sun o;lo:o'ed hint In
has race for the no:minatiou. but never
resorted to abu.-e or vilif cation of the
man we had known for thirty years
to Iwe an honorable, upright gentle-
man, and we are glad to observe that
some of our contemporaries have'
found out that he really sl not so bad
a man they pictured him during the
primary.

The secrecy which characterized
the administration of Governors Jen-
nings and Broward will not be toler-
ated by Governor Gllchrist. At the
last meeting of the Internal Im-
provement Board and Board of State
Institutions It was ordered that the
secretary have the records always in
shape for public Inspection by anyone
desiring to examine them. This order
was made at the personal request of
the Governor.

The unattached female who did not
exercise her leap year perogative
will have to be conttnt with three
more years of spinsterhood.


SA uEa,0


FIl


es in horse is due to neglect.
owed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
at the first signs of stiffness.
goes right to the spot-relieves
e joints and makes the muscles


jiniment

t, reduce wind puffa and swol-
edy remedy for fistula, sweeney,
Price, 5oc. and Sto.=
Boston, Mass.
i. sherAp Pnd pnso tUfo.
|- _- -
We now know officially who Is elect-
ed President, for the electoral college
bas met and cast its vote. The fact
that the people actually made the
choice in November and that the ac-
tion of the college was only perfune-
tor. Indicates the change that has tak-
en place since the day our fathers
designed that the actual and not the
nominal election should be done by
the electoral college and not by the
people.

Tallahassee has an ordinance pW-
hibiting chickens and geese running
at large In the city limits. It is a
good law, and such an ordlnamnc
should be passed by the Galnesville
Council, prescribing the area in
which they shall not be permitted to
destroy other peoples flowers. Your
neighbor's poultry should have no
more rights in this respect than his
cow.

It took quite a while, but Mr. Hitch-
cock has finally secured a contrma-
tion of the report that he will be In
M;r. T.ift'. ea'j:'t.

If the House keeps up the pace it
will soon become am active Instead of
a sleeping partner in the Govern-
ment

Pretty much all of the State of
Ohio has climbed aboard the water
wagon. Only a few wet ounties are
left.

Night riders doubtless were sur-
prised, not at the fact of betag guilty.
but the nerve of the Jury In saying so.

The female sex is making progress
In one respect It can select better
Christmas cigars than it used to.

Rather than free text books, some
of the youngsters would prefer tree
baseball bats.
The Sun o ee or m61as e"rd


THIS MAN GOT PARDON



AND $800.00 BESIDES


After Sevin Forteen Yers fr Irk bi a

Store amd Stealis a Em.


ATLANTA.


Jan. 18.-There


fe-w. if any persons In Georgia who are
appreciating the joys of freedom with
a deeper and more abiding apprecia-
tion than Bruce Heed, who not onl>
has a pardon in his pocket after a
pileite.ntiary wr' Ie of fourteen years.
but along with t it $s'MM in cash.
Reed i, a lia.riri county negro. aho
wa- conmile ed of breaklth Inato a stile
aieil atealliaK a hdiatn Fr t at offt -nn.
Iti z lary he wath Kto\,e ii, It ilt i of
Ihe- law, twen > >i) )' rl tIll H i. pilit..i,
tii.tr\ F'or fourt(- en .A rt Her t-.
A ,kc d waa in the lurhamtii coal
11.11. il' l. I \\ .llk, l 'A iih.i L i O i t Il '
i'Y illl' ** I h1 l ll. l Oil.. li> a ta fq .
S, k ,t I .' il ( l lir -I i I
I ,,l K 4 1f ('.Pllllh.lU c.ctll. I thl c1
Uti lit li'l lee'hi 'ii.|i- 1"1* I, \\ l!I.
\'t ila;.- to Ate c a-' 1 t 'I a r
,,. i h<, had lJ'r,,i a gc. I ,i 'i it


case with his colleagues on the com-
mission and succeeded in having Reed
pardoned last week. 8',bse"iuently
C'apt. V.'illiamu had occasion to visit
the lI.rham mines to make an Inapec-
tiiji. r'-turting from th'-re the latter
te>lt '* t ir V. k
\ ,l, t! r he l--:tr.e-d :h I
h '! !!u d< ir:i. ] r-

t:i -h .Al1 l l. e.i t 1 r L *l
to .. ..'K ,, l ,O tl to .1 ai. ly\
l.,i i !. o iblj Ii u i. t 'ie
I r t I I Ai *rk


i i. : I 'I.

I .. I I 1. ( ,I *l**h


'r lo 1 14Dtei ttia elif i el -1 11- i, a Ie-I ( lid 'a -, C ai
1114u. iliaa~ I ()w luele i tIIItit c itc IA t I' '1. 7, ,-
a t re t Ai A ? cc 1 4 i g ue- b Iti14.L:aI C icI a hI I I II kt IiiI
coauniiasouae-r Willisms bolt U,-, III I I 4t14 1 t.L. 1h


In Whieh a ISe bn
Cednty Will be Awardeda
Heward Plani sad I s
sod at UlM Puro lVd
mesi a *Suferd Pgm C04 Osale


THm SJN In seiaof of Bill

Ore 4ee.M Howard Plam w
given to the pwom r h gte is
County of Alachua who rneolvs
highest number of *at* e bet
cember 16th. 1"G, a M L P. U
16th. 0". l
ADDITIONAL Pr.
In addtkl to the l is. M
be lsed by The 1lk b &
a"o Co. em a new $M us1ul4
eightee TraisfTeable Do
to be aed as a It or n
meet an a new Howard Pl
due bills will be gives iM
coatet as follows,. to pems
tI Alachua Ounty:
To the&ot dr -e tIpM
the highest votaa w d So
for $216.46.
To the sodSr aITe
highest Toe, a a bi
$175. .1
a the e t da femeld ma
btrta v.t. a he bIB -

aumw oa-ssbe dlispoedsof fti

me te eamyvakem t e

Sand W berwe tON&* A
upohe tofeN s ofm eofhe
In the event of a go o
od ewoa m* 10- t -

hetw fad Were to

Ba voto for owery e t a" t
establishments ohe wsgotebw
The Galahiesfi le *atO
Phlfer Bros.
Hyde & Teoet.
WereB Ve etatg M r Si
alat hboow will be f-ou ndt
tabelishbto of the ntoe f
votes and at The-a o ofif
sent by maMl ut be M
Voting CaetOt Dsweast- *^g


H ying ..In a 0 wheAfB












byto withdraw f. d se
date will nt n Se d t
otve ao the u ts of















Mur a erd b m reO (et
in this e ostof m







eso r mmb.te (e
Ing betwe) di volsor.






ter ead Is thi (eM I amyst.t
v1,sy my be rvoned n s







Tder us no e to L whe sam ae

4.r a eIab of a eaayr
date will oft be Mowed ti







o@ Itoa with e IatC Cee
THE DAILY SUiL
$1.o ........... ... .
Mw a a dab of Avefod
m e-year enbwtptmus ..,(boa wnAl






Fwo a sb ofEe (o -1 w f--1e-
1. IM)so"WM votes.


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'TBI OAINWIaUVnl 8I7: JANUARY 21, 1909
p a


- Sto a -od am o tn& ayen

low yw amea t to mYeh
akdm bm wehabe dohbow
~ uan flomw um a .

of SW deft yo -expe
Nowft nd" SGOL Wa.Dry year
am 111M -V~~ m
=0 s w we wIma
am momem nawe Bow
at' boa ow embnm i
f- -PM t

we d1w 600&b~adI
pwwweb bm ouf


=-Aw Uf- mm feal md O
- PP m o-ed ewsmto Isp
41W ft. m m got Ow beft oeM
ALm daf at b e
1.~ ~ 6 UKhe


Imu-


04 PLA.


F7V:


Ir


OCA&VLA 0,h. 31a -Mr. UMWm
avsft mm ltv-
adif We. 10OOKwho
hr. sibma hr I** M"two
wo e~~adindat bla
at an auly hew dornrsiug
edss mne. age Mr. Sweat
4* "ambua @Asomy afdagwh
do Am W 2 s yard.
Saw" ae wss
I&.son simasm
go won bob" t" dog vwfas

lw Ow .vdhl" s byet has s9L

*a p to dds m dy have ame
OmsomeusssiL O aday afts
m s avehes b pine
la tepmd A W lowt=he
wed asnub&-KSM ftebl
Wonbw amd eudm atoe. es.
sonmto lb" an 4w be"m the
goo a w~wo aft po- ysmw
u In."n ~ to peevet smether
emss oal we ki& The *ste&d
bg 113 11u-uId Sothe Dowd
ad of Um IS rM~Ght othe
*M W~OO I M.whis wI he glv-.
m ft do dMI
ft U8 oweet deass* ha" as
IN em Sosa___meat
"s so"" do& R symaty to his be-
reaed hblw. Mr. Oweat is mviv-
ed bw a a"wbmmoh.~mailshidaus.4


Oofe.


Wuv. I


Ow emmabe a two mtates, tooth.
adke or pala oft bs or scald to *ve
imlu; herseassm mse bor; m.
dask. two bar. we throat.
-wt bw-Dr. Thomn' Dectric
OK, mnft eVar Pakn.
a ow- a a& ebng "am&


-nn


-F il nORDA


imad smeld*g.Yellowish white
sosgo "rw Is planing

re~ b Ds~mbwJmaaeary or Irtania) plamaitiK.
dw~y wooW Inm**and top*. Trur IA, saae.
f cow,


o



4
5


ImU
a suB^^~u-PB'wB^^B^


ar ;,


SThe Mesaet Main In Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown. is croas and dlslart-aLle. and
is short and sharp In his answers.
Nine cases out of ten It's not thb poor
fellow's fault. It's him liver and diges-
tioi that make him fuiel o mdieurable
-he can't help bvitug dllagreeallh.
Are you in da'Tger of gt'tilug luto
that condition? Thiln a.tart at ou.
taking itlLard s liti-rtlh fur ) our
lUer the raft, sure andl reliable v -.g.
talle r, gulutor I. '1 t>) W. M JouU

r.arir.g ir l. '. t'
ford 1;-t 1 c k A., .. I r, I .Af, .-



I, :
T t I! 114I t oi i,* *I I : f a
.t -l i l o r !, n ,m

Th .re t I u ,a .-*" ort r.,,,r t f a
I ; n t ild or li& grip'lp J t lu tinu
: I | Ieumnioitil aftraf l v 'ul) a HIuiit)
& itl Tar haa I-,tn taken. a* It curts
1(he most obvtiiale deepseated coughs
Iand coldo Why take auythlas el*'
IJ. W. McCoueMi & Co.


r


ir.E


R "W


I WOM PlW CRAT9S NOW 1SING
MOVED PROM HNERB

oI Pet of Moth hipments Will
Roen Into Carled Delly-4ooed
Pries AnW"Weed

The shipment of cabbage has com-
meaeed it this section and several
rates are mow being forwarded dally
by the express company.
Heavy movement of this particu-
lar vegetable will mot occur, however.
ntil about the Arst of next month.
when thgy will be oinag from this
and other places y the carload every
day.
There he hea a larr number of
aeres planted nla this action this year
thm or quite a while, aad from the
het that the Northern markets are
about exhausted of the vegetable
farmers are andticipatIng good price
throuehot the easo.
Not oe y has the acreage been large
a roud Oanesvlle. a t all down the
lie there seems to be a large number
of people that have planted heavy of
eabage, and the bulk of them will he
moved from about the arst to twen.
tieth of next moth.
It is to be hoped that the growers
will all realis their expectations and
make good am the crop.

NEWS FMA1
PAMTS OF FLORDA
-p
The American Tuberculosis Exhi
ties opeas this week in Jacksonvtlle.
Prday will probably be the opening
day. It is the frst health show to be
heMld I the State.

Quite a number of business and
profsslomal ma of Tamps were fined
In the criminal court to Tampa last
week for failure to procure licenses
to eooduct their businesses or pro.

The Grand Lodge of Forida. Free
aid set a .m are in annual
lSoan Jmavile. The dedlce-
toes of th new Masoalc temple in
that ety wIll be ose of the features
of the meestlg

ce Tao-lay-M
"We wll meet the tax-payers at t
oowvtn places on the dates t op
poslte:
Bell-Jan. 0th. 21t and taed.
Hague-Jan. SMth.
L roaae-Jaa. 26th aad 27th.
H-it rm_-an4. 2 h and S ta.
3sskeE Fep- 5th. mW Skl
CampvUle--eb. Otb.
Orange Height--Feb 10th.
Mebrose--eb. Ilth.
Mawthorn-rab. 12th and 13th.
Nkmopy-reb. 15th and 1th a. m.
Lake VIew-Pb. 17th.
Island Grove-Feb. 18th.
Waldo-Feb. 2tad.
Arredoado-reb. 24th. *
airbaaks-Feb. S3rd.
TYours for the heat arvice.
W. D. DICKINSON.
Tax Colletax
WILis W. COLJON.
Tax Ase*sor.
Galansville, Fla.. Dec. 16, 1908.


BUSINESS CAROg
DR. GEO. S. WAI.DO,
-- DEhTTIST-
raham Sulidlng. Est Mai Me
Sal Pham. 1. Ale Lm ea Di


VR&M CLARa.


TfOb W. riM


CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyers.


prtl'evIs


an Courts
redeftaL


swatw


The emormoas Irish potato crop In
the potato belt, principally at Hast-
lngs, has almost all been planted, and
In some of the fields the plants are
weO up out of the ground. If the
mild weather cootfua the spring
crop this year will be exceptionally
early and fancy prices would pre alnl.
The Sm ele* for aWing cards.

NOTICE



ULON Aoil HMINiN


COMPANY SRk
for Male at less than one-third the
price asked by the Company. Es-
peclally low price on large blocks.
Address, Box 80, Ocala, la.M
I p

T. r. iTUS

UNDERTAKING CO

PULL LINE O-P
NEW G(Mot)....

AoSTess rOtt
I'JlRUTLT1, TM1aTR3 tb
mad IOl mfthl.
_r see ea S eamw ,
wue aes afs atm t ele m amto I


U I .


Wm. R. Steckert,
Vice-President


C. A. Faireloth,
ashierer


UNITED STATES. DEPOSIT ,IRY


THE

GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


Clow suw -IL-M


DIRECTORS:


Dr. M. H. DePass J. L. Medlin W. R. Steckert
T. W. Shands Henry IDavis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. .Jackon ('. A. lairclth

Yow Business Sicited, Whether Large or Sm
I


The


Dutton
,, \!", ;X I.I.F I I A ,


Capital, $75,000.00


lh'l I' .


Bank


Surplus, $17,591.74


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TELEPHONE I


LUIS-IISMCE SYSTEM

cove" ,the ~t(, Floral
City; Pso t t caiaandbso.I
yovd; west to -liwacnne Ri.j
ver; north to Alachiefa. Iligh
andWortl*,:wt'rn prin^a
Cedar tNey, agoi all iziterawd-

10.)W N., S PHOsPHATE MNO
STILLS, SAW-MILL'S &Md 1p;
Mosmami and Answer
for One P'rice.


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Aids Nature
man 4w- dDr. FPom'seCW e"D
=ervi mI ua" asmmembe hdha, wemb
bo, assdebsII sd k = 9 based mo
heGOdo a "ash evdwst Goddm

dwosod an masid W dess hsp Natue
supplias shoe.sesafTsweuasph so do s atmmab to diss
food, build up body md mdsaeby dmw @offadria
eobadmmias @*WON. 710 e Dhoe'veiV0 u esbbishesth
Admjesi m smi lidve mom 60 is mihmi olsh, perls
mi swkbs .. losomd, mi maurisbos dos inves-is
omobubee 9PU mw be No I F5bere
-- re m -M I -I oOf t Iresamaee t oem, mee
Dir. rame's CommoomSomme Medical Advw Ine, Plaiun glEnv*, ~
MWss 2m10~-dIM OSpas, 090erM7w l lk -leasMIMlyrevise.d
3d Warn paper*bcmod, emat for 21 000-80 "atsmps. to cover comeai-
iSc. 6oebund, 31 stamps. Addrs a Dr. Rt. V. Pieree, ufao


T. W. Shands,
President


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THE kiAI*%E-4VI LE KrN'. JANUARY 21. 19M)~


TWO DAVV
S AINESVILLL

"M. Umde Awspies of


DRINK

BOTTLE
*

S0


5c

RYFRY WHEERIEt

~4Sled By-
688s ,4si *ggW ag C41


&maim -


another one of her spirited talks.
This time she addressed the Insti-
tute on what she thought was the
r eak point In nearly all of the aux-
iliarles; that was, the unlnteresting
monthly meeting.. l:i cIlDt.;: -h .
spoke highly of Gainesville and the
r -spitable manner in which she had
lh-en treated. Concluding she said
L h'. was expecting great things from
Gau nerville
Music by the choir was one of the
very enjoyable features of the InsU-t
tuft-.

NEW YORK TO HAVE

"MODEL" WILDING

NEW YORK. Jan. IS.-An object
lesson in fireproof construction, par-
ticularly Interesting to the architects
and builders and to the real estate
and insurance men of New York. Is
now being conducted on the north side
of 'nlon Square. On the site of the
old Everett House a seventeen-story
mercantile building is rising. In it
the architects and contractors are try-
ing to realize the ideal expressed in
the much-ahbued term, "absolutely
fire-iroof.'
The frame Is 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 cement mor-
Lur and the interior columns by at
hastt three inches of hollow terra cot-
it blocks laid in mortar. The floor
ar -hes are of terra cotta and are- so
S<,,itrui,'l. an to enclose the beams
(' aiah4let'ly Throughout tilhet- parti-
tliihi atre of the Pame- kind of unburn-
ailt' bluck, as the floor.
The wintdo s will hate frameu' of
hollow nait.al with piiate of wire
plat' Klglae- 1h'll. ri,.-r aand "striin -
r.- ( of the ltirt a. will t.w of ix-
Irla i li a ) ('.il.t Iront uid the treads
id Ah *t iI' ll h l, ulta r % t aafth art. teli
t'll k.-: A c*i" iijil-l" .t-| I iiiid. r equlil
. ,t w Mill I ., .IIh ll Al i 1,1, 'I I, all MU
I I.t* til ul.1A l li r..1 It I1d A a
\. ,,I Ill i&l.l I 1*4 l stIt ..,to il (il t.tTr)
1,, I w ill -l..lk .-ill t 1..it nIi i la" .
* w. i If O l rll tA W ill ll IIIUtu l
I .w .l '1h. l 'I fi of ilth


I < l


Ii I t I. .14 1 is IIoiu11,' 'i t i
Lo) os f I v II11jt 61 I i'pIiag Azi yuur
druffial't bathew L"" Lo


MI IONA'S WIFE


PRAISE CUTICURA

Dhghterrs Hed Encrusted wth
Dandruff-Feared she Would Lose
her air- y Trwtmen t w.
Futie-BabyhadMilk-Crust

BOTH CHILDREN CURED
BY FAMOUS REMEDIES
*
"For everal year my hubamd was
a miluionary an the outhwest. and we
I wer e roding U the edge the dmst at
Ia or n-riy B tboommd
eet. E wvry one to that high and d
me- has mouse or trobse
with =d ad my daughters salp
became aso emnousted with it that I wa
alarmed or fear shel would loee all ha
hair. which wa vmery hvy. After
ta twem ie anid six dollars
for vis d m sorm I
bou~aCahen atCutkeura 5o1enda
bez of Cumoura OWntet... rub-
blag the Oieua Olnfnt thoroughly
ombed the e t d t inu froe m
oth o. v themr. ile hhr haod a
oragh kTr the s the CutimL
l[ m a h fia t eeat aesndfufly
he ir was dry I adiBt s-theS
C et Otae t s te aWpeely,
to the roots a I "am happy ko y
that the Cutlem-a Rernd u- a
omeles earn. My a roubim with
a oer. afor a log
tn usteewad I ud a Cudeuri
Ointment as at ant. sapnafter g.
*w mch hkmt the scalp and roots of the
hair dt. I hmav i urwd succesfully
the Cutioea wBedies for --oMn
' ilk-aut' o baby's ko b and have
never found anything to equal tn.
You are at lberty to ub "this l tter.
for I do slancmely bee that the Cuti-
ewes Ramdlif ae a ha to m=an-
kid. Mrs. J. A. DsldngSIoG Fth
9Lt. Carthage. Ohio, Jant. 190o."
Cutkwa Ointmontis one f the moet
sucrnJ eurativs for trturing. dio-
dguring humor of the skin and oalp.
tacluding be of hair. ever cus.pounded.
wit it. preeded by a hot bath with
Cuticura Soap. and followed, when
rnrary. bv a mild dow of Cutewua
eolTveut lquld or p) often
sufdient to afford Immediate relief of
Itching, burning and scaly humwors,
uewmesa, rritation and Inflanmat ic.
permit rost and sleep. snd lnt to a
speedy cure when all e faes
w~o-=,s'b.*2 oom


SAN A. MISS DIS

IN JACKOViLLE

JACKSONVILLLi. Fla.. Jan. It.-
Samuel It. Ru!ap. at one time one of
the bt-it kr.own ne s~a,|er men In th.
State. was Sunday morning found
dead In his be d In a Weft Bay street
lodging b use HI. Identity was un-
known until he mas Identified by a
Times-Unlon reporter who saw the
body after it had been carried to the
undertaking establishment
For several years **Sam Russ." as
he was familiarly known,. was a mem-
her of The Times-*Unon editorial staff.
He was a bright man. one of the clev-
erest writers that ever worked on the
.aper. and he had a large circle of
*rlends.
Por a long time he was theatrical
critic for The Times-Union. and was
well and favorably knows In the theat-
rical world. Many times this season
have the older theatrical managers
who have visited Jacksoville asked
the question,. What has become of
lram Rau*" ,"
He left the services of The Tlse-
Union some time ago. and slaee that
time he has not been employed. For
several days, In feat, many weeks. he
has bet In bad health, and when It
was learned by his friends yesterday
that he had been found dead, there
was little. If any, surprise.
Mr. Rass came to Florida about
thirty years ago with a brother. They
had formerly lived In Boston, In fact,
they were natives of that city. The
brother died about a year ago in
South Florida.

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Two more wlteee re in to be
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alU decsltoo In the Beulyo4)tees am,
deciding whether the same Is a ball-
able one.
The judge has bm h e oldMag pecil
seeskMs here for the past two days
hearing this evidence, but owlag to
circumstances two of the iportaat
witness were excused ad the teti-
mony of these wlU be taken by 8tate's
Attorney Rivers. who will forward
same to hlm.
The oatecoM of the case wll be
watched with much ttereet.


or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful
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Refuse subshatltutes. J. W. McCollum

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Notice Is hereby given that the Arm a ws0 the .
of 8. G. Gay & Company, composed of Slsf, re fl
B. 0. Gay and Perry M. Colson. has
this day been dissolved by mutual eon-
cent (Signed.) J. W. PATTON
PERRY M. COLSON. ...Civil E[qilW snd ShrwVt ..
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Micanopy. FNl., Nov. 14, IN. P emp *ttea allM beeie
( n. e Ms, lime deer both ato M
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Bright's disease or diabetes. Foley's tU ts low 5ww~t the S5iMs 5 5fto
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Mageratewn, Md., and
of hbr s ter. Mrs. J. 3J.

g. W. Caation of LAe
mams the visitors to he
having come e a
oft Newberry was greet.-
s yesterday. He
Siaed the livery

a sor Smith of Waabhoota



Sthe city yesterday. This
v bt here for some time
gaite a chageh in the

N. heldton of Lake City.
visiting her mother ad
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Sretarned to her home

& Beslery. an attractive
d Hih Springs who has
Sthe city for the past
mtrued to her home

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iUN-gloa. deputy sheriff of
rW acmg the vis tors to
Otervday. having come to
r ulaleary hearing in the

Me oNly two cases before
em Meaday and both were
I O il Friday to secure wit-
iary Beasley and Doc Polite
Ift peacipals.
Mabe and Hasel Zetrouer.
Young ladies of Ro-
91 aoing the visitors to the
the convention now in
mI I'Methodist church.
t Mali b of Hawthorn was
00 voters to the city yeater-
Shbe egagged at the tt-
l. aprig but will prob-
S Tallahassee in April.
I L L Matbois and two chil-
Sad Mildred. of Maaistee.
StoI the city yesterday and

She r friend, rs. J. M.

Smastt. formerly of LaCrosse
4f Worthington Sprins, was
Sta O eavillh, Monday. He
frm rbeumatism and is
16 the hopes that the
p ove benefclatl.
I@m sand wife of Colorado
Sb lestain the city for the
106 days, returned to their
Lr West yesterday. Mr.


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Tfirn.astcaine on The sad miseion of
atteiudUn the funeral of hip another.
Mrs. U. D. rhosuas.
Co#. and M1rs. W. S9.roorne are n'-
jokluig ov.cr the arrival of a fine bo)
wit hmar4im" a~ n .wwalorav vmm~n.4


The Colonel will shortly haWe an as-
sel.te. in his profession. j the
youngster already shows his ability
at making the fur fly.
from v edmdp'e l, ftilo Sm:
W. T. McLendon of Alacbua was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
F. r. Paulling of Micanopy was a
visitor to the city vyiterdav.


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Mrs. 0. L. Peaster of Ileanopy was A 1m8 4 &M-: I,,* Cr wll he buele todWiy at
a guest ol friends in the city yester R W. 11 al of Hage was I the vorgremn metey at a11 *'d t, nOv.
ay. city yesterday. S. B. Rgers parhdulg the aren s
L. C. Done. mayor of Walo. was F. M. Ceio of Haiu w s a vis tor M t theburyi ng uS d. rin s
transacting business in the city yes to vGteSl ystorday. fromteCty .Ss.
terday. A. Summers of High ~ Usnp s le A Im rleMmad at WM -
Rev. T. J. Sistrunk and wife of ras a visitor to the city yesterday. turned to her bon y ,su mie
Mlcanopy were among the visitors T. J. Come. wife sad baby wo a bre as at witheMrs. a. d ro
to Gaiesmvlle ON Tuaday. amos the visitors to the city yester Be mWesa bea gtivew at tae m*
Jobh Fowler of Hawthorn. a pro. y- me- T-- b gvelf.
gresive planter, was looking after L C. Walker was a visier t tthBe smo T usd ev1 sa- 0
some business matters here yester- city yesterday. He is now eloste- at uhr sher e ewsofMIU00sW
day. i w01L WW vlmew rs thBe iw ype leaura
Mrs J. H. Prator of M icsopy. oaoe A. Richer left yaterda ty r havle gmm e Bef Mr rs. L. A. Ta .
of the lending ladies of that place, was Micanopy. wher he goes e a sabort Ta B e aiofMas.AT b Rahe.
samo the visitors to Gainesville ba sides trip Thraser we 8 **a**.N Mn M .ry,
Tuesday. Frank Hines and daughter of L4 also of city.
Mrs. T. Kaos MulHas of Taddegaa. Crosse were amog tBo vitors to e Miss A PUwrt~e of Orag Par
Ala.. has arrived in the city and is city yesterday. i, w ho has been veldting to S e
a guest of her sister. Mrs. Chas. A. W. A. Stringer and s of Archer for e past Sw days a tbe guest of
rairctoth. were among the Wednesday visitors Mrs. W= beth Smith reed to her
Ralph Deaols, one of the employees to the county ta* homo yesterday. She as ne ma
of the A. C. L. at High Springs, was Andrew Smith aJ sater. Miss "I- aled b her retara by Mra. Smith, o
among the visitors to Galnesville sie. of Archer, were among the visitors will visit Ia that section.
yesterday. to Oainesville Wednesday. J. A. Mataby of B CampTlle
J. K. Tuten of Archer, one of the Wallace Waters has returned to his Brick Company was among tbe prom
merchants there, was a visitor to home at Hickman, after a abort visit Ieat visitors to th eity "Atnrda.
Gainesville yesterday. He also owns to the city to take la the carnilvaL He states that business I sood wit
valuable realty here and w as looking Mrs. T. C. Davis returned yester his Arm throughot the Stato ad
after the aame. day from a visit to Georgia. She was from orders ow being reew v -d mek
The High Springs aggregation who en route to her home at Rocky Potint. building is going e l all setnm
have been In the city for the past I. 8. Piteh of ea-, one of the Ceotrator Dempseyias secured tBe
two days attending the special hearing members of the rm of Futch Bro.. contract to erest for Alex Framacom
before Judge Wills, returned to their was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday. cottas s ar tBe UBlvOrlity buil
homes yesterday. W. J. Waits of Pairbtaks was l s t In o iMl ThbuMld.
Miss Sallle Perry of Rochelle, who among the visitors to the city yestar- lm will be a Trmqem striatu- -m
has been spending the past two days day looking after som iado m ia compare t ith b ther b -
in the city as a guest of her friend. te s.igs being put up 1 that Mattos at
Mrs. K. C. F. Sanches, returned to J. ounn of Otter Creek. president the city.
her home yesterday. ot the ainesvol Hardware Co y. Miss Berths m atelmI of NOew YTort
W. W. Geiger of Micanopy was a owas among te visitors to thea e city retu "d to or bes yeerday.
visitor to the city yesterday. He has yaterday. met b bospeui t he"ast sv-
completed the building of his resal- Miss Verna Hutehism of Tap a w I this d visiting
deuce there and is now bually ea- who b has been i the city f or t POMt e oorSanl
gaged painting same. Several days, will return to her South pod. tHero ibst W resi 0
Capt. R. A. Ivey of Branford was lorida born today. abmt the openg a tspringI
in the city yesterday. It is under- Mrs. L. J. Smith of atoes Rapids,. r_ i o eteB m o dIwhi
stood that he is considering perchas- Mich.. has arrived in the city aad will he l- eamlB cat rtwhAftm
lng property in this sedtlou and may pend the remainder of the winter A W. b eie sightatB m st.
eventually move here. here visiting friend. lag. IM wil be the meat iIae
Miss Hallie Myers. who has been Rev. S. B. Rogers of the Firt sB M &as t embraIbs mre m derm i.
abwent Tor the past several month tist church will preach a I North ayy i n anaecte with the 3*r'cf
visiting relatives in Georgia., has re- Ganesville ball on Friday even. ar crowds have
turned to her home here, much to the All are cordially Iarvtod to tbhe4 beam mndtem thoae maM among
delight of her numerous friends. service. the Iumber bea strangerssad
A. A. McRae. the merchant andbu J. I. Hayesworth of the place bear- visitors.
ness man of Melrose. was a pleasant Ing his P e owas amoag te ueto-d-
visitor to the city Tuesday. He rates town visitors to Gaesvill yet DATH OF A
that a large number of Northern peo- having been summnoed in a s mallN 0-a -
pie are now soJourning in that e as a witness. Died at Her emW e Tse W Mr
tie aron. Cabbage Crates- wa s lts and I I After L Uierag illes
Any person knowing twopce heads, the boat crate for roem WodN sa DAr Is:
Any per kowin the where- the least money, ear lots and loes. Mrs. L A. Thrasher died at her
about of Mr. F. 8. Culp and Mrs. L Write Melton Lumber Company. home Oa Mt Main street Tueday
C. Culp will do an old man a kindnes Meianopy. P. eoralng after a ian ri has o"r-
by commaunlcad with A. J. Cope- J. W. McDowal of Newberry is ing *several weeks.
land. Trenton. Fla. (State papers among the visitorstothe city. He Th d d w her TI .
please copy.) will spend the eat few days here Ih ce to Gainesvi eo with her hb
Miss Nellie Goss departed yester- with his family. who are sow making bd I TS fr Atlawth.. a -
day for Valdosta. Ga., where she will this city their home. bu Mmade thM in hers b e cn
enter the Union Hospital of that city Deputy r Br left yete- Unuously ever She was the
and become a trained nurse. She ha day for the a es n Marie county, widow of the late oL BLH. Thrasher
relatives in the institution and ay where he goes to take Tom Brisban. o. o edlre.having
decide to make her home there in the negr convicted of larceny and bMls. Trtshe wasu a nno
the future glve four months In tB the Baptist churh and up to a few
Miss Jennie McKinney of KnoX- C. I. Melton and witfe of Micenaopy years slice bad beeoo a active, earn-
villa. Teun.. arrived In the city yester were visitors to GalnoeasvUil yesterday. et worker tI tBe oeae of Cristo and
da: and will make this place bher f .: Mrs. Melton returned to her homea in the ebwrb.
ture home, having relatives who ha, the afternoon. but Mr. Meltoo was Deeaed leaves one ses. Col. B. A.
already located In this city. It is un- called to Jacksonville on buainess. Thrasher. to whom the community
d-r stood that she will be connect. I)r. W. Lassiter and wife left yeter. n a bhost of friends Joain The San ia
ith the Jesse E. Freuch Piano Com day for Alachun. where they will visit exteadinI condolence.
pansy. in the Graham building for the nest several days. The Doctor The funeral service will be held
is somewhat of a sportsman and will this morning at the First thptist
eujo" himself in the woods in search church, and the following gentlemen
i Cse uA F-in s 6 I SSI of qual have bees requested to uet at tthe
Capt H. Wheeler and sistter. Mrs. stable of Lavls & Oliver at *:3 and
'he "il*| S H 1. Hutchinson. left yesterday for act as pall bearers: E. D. Wan. V. M.
C L Arisoua. where the latter will spend Prvwitt. M. A lIeniett. J M. 8Uvers, 1
S the next several weeks,. while the S M. Missxn anud J W. Patton.
-ONTE S T former returns to his duties ain the U.
army there. Funeral of Mrs. Thresher.


I Chickeriu. Knabe. Mathushek. From This Morning's Daily Sun:
| .cbhrtierv AI & Po and other Wad Thr funeral wrvices of the late Mrs.
1 Lntug makes of pianos sold by me for L A Thrahter sere hld from the
cash or ou installment pisan. lk-e ne rirst liaptist church Weatses.da)
tM-fore- bu) uI. W L. Hill. Opera tmhrtie s R&.% 8 ItI toges coduct.ig
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