Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01554
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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16 04OW IAPkba OnFriday
g ALU had a aM taim.
Sk L wh Us bs visit-
* 1, a-er. Mrs. Julia HaU. has
I- he br hem at Port Orange.
Is to be a bwa aspper at the
at M. md MI. O(be" Han mext
nw week. 4nary 2th. for
pNpes eoft meey for the
aahte 7. Eivery-


Terterday's vote was a heavy
ad of the leading cad date rec
a lare number. Miss Bls tak
ead amgal. with Missl Cathere
a cloe meco-d, but Mil- BDe
Pwe ade a big gaitn on her
Pelowg (*is the standing a
candidtes after yesterdays am


Dorlas Bla city ........ 3
Catherle f file. ty.....2
Bem te Dupree. city.....2
M. Daughtrey. city......
Plorrie Strickland .......
Mary McCormick. city...
Nanale Dicklnson. city...
Alma Pennell. city.......
Jlila Carter. city.......
Jeosle Evans, city.......
A. Groff. Newberry......
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
Mabel Samche, city ......
Estelle Beal, city ........

Mrs. I. Ware, High Springs....



Emma Hudson, city ......
Minnie Shawl. Alachua...
Annie Beville ............
K. Carlton. Micanopy....
Nell DaCosta. city.......
Lizsle Sheppard, Bell....
Alma Sullivan, city......
Goldle Lambert, city.....
Julia McDonald. city....
A. W. Sargent...........
Ruby Albright...........
L. Sanders, Hawthorn....
M. Fernandez, city......
Elvena Staf. Waldo......


A lodge of the Independent
of Odd Fellows has been orga
and instituted In Apalachicola
an Initial membership of twent

y one.
es the

Pl --HII t an ild, "iyou

"-- 6~r be Ofl how yoa uerve

ry ide that the State's attor.
ma apepe of "heafgig the defond-
isA." OM. Opr' 41mdaIsl eMhowed
hy her bkw tense e re-slom and
d-'od "Win that the qustllo with
ji Wa --ss-ta of a Shatly death
w Iher t id brother senmat the
a ep itt her seaL She mat

It theae know ted eouaeh morn.
lag tot ahe ate had r roared a hur
ae for t pered comby havin had
Mte bo the r CelaU exhumed *en

eetly at Salht and an autopsy held.
Whbe eea t opened both sides an-
minOed a readiness to proceed and
Judge Hart ordered the panel sworn.
The mt room was crowded with
te miaMtes after the doors were
doom ope
Th winers were sorted lato
the m after the preliminaries. Col.
Coper and his s- entered arm la
am. while Sharpe followed them.
The latter's wife and father greeted
him aectokMately. Mrs. Laclus
Baude, daughter of CoL Cooper, met
her father and brother with a cheerful
smile, aNd seatlg heref between
them coaversed glotm-tedly with
them. Young Cooper seemed In
splendid spirits. His father show.
ed the effects of confinement.

A reat Change.
A. F. Scott of Hague was In the city
yesterday. In passing the handsome
dry wa gtorste of The G. W. Hyde
Com ons the corner of East
Mal LiUberty streets he remark-
ed to the edltorf The Sun: "This
dos not look Uke It did In the eigh-
tiesm when MeCreary & White had
their printiag oae up stairs on this
corner, doas It, Mc'" "I should say
not." was the editor's prompt response.
The building which then occupied the
lot was an old wooden structure, and
in Its place now stands one of the
handsomest pressed brick buildings.
with glass front on two streets, to be
found nla the State.

The want ads. do more real etate
buIanesl than all other brokers com
biaed-la act. they "start" most of
the ibustms that the brokers and
agents almish

Gainesvile to

ave Apartment Hotel

SAothwer htel is to be added to
Sadil whigh will ao doubt not only
a pa ls inavaetist fur the
I-- rbkw of the building. b h e i.a
e" f well.
oMl WMte Huuse. which *ass
A&r A -. .

any ordinary demand that should In.
required of the building. It aill conl
talu about forty rooiis andd ill lh I
ustd princlialll a& a lodging hou..,
where medium plrited ro1uOiie can AIt.

uieM t for hotel puripo.ass. i The tireie Ieiildinig his for the-
smdeled and puat iln 5r5P-laus* plas(t fte '..aru .e.i ei,.%dn ,,e ili'l
A 1 by the' owner of li th b the I' Ii-e-r l Prlhiii,( in 'iiii.1, tbult
J. I. 'ltlig t the) sill i, re'fte r t>.< u*. iel thi.
Whle he has set declded on ianakiiK g loaer n flir anid the e,....iii .. ii ihiiti
IM addiatas to the building it Int ito.rie a l I. tin ., 1 f.,,i o i.t, I ,ut
lMady amply large rsceughI sl oUi|so ; i. ,ia



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161.87 NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Jan. 21.-Over
147,10 the veto of Gov. Pattersom both
78.N house of the Legislature yesterday
67.51S passed the Senate bill which prohlibts
5,470 the sale of lwtoxickting liquors within

356785 four miles of a school house In Ten*
29.335 naes and it ti efect a State-wide
27,735 prohibition act. It Is effective July 1.
1,I5,0 1909. The vote In the Senate was
18,755 the same as on the original passage.
1C,236 The House acted yesterday after.
12.370 noon. the vote standing 61 to 36, the
9t215 original vote there having been 62
7,410 to 37. In each house the passage was
6.715 elected through a combination of
6,020 Republican and "State-wide" Demo.
4.175 cratlc strength. The galleries were
3,965 packed In both houses and the de-
3.905 bales following the reading of the
3.140 Governor's message were bitter.
3,483 T.:. lationi f thoe legislature prac-
1.790 '
1.750 will .:; in tl'e business of ex-
1.120 tracting oil and making other products
i50 of the cantor bean. It is the Inten-
00A tion of the company to sell seed beans
645 to the farmers who desire to plant
the castor bean and to sell back to
the company as many seed beans as
they desire and If possible the oil
company wants to get five hundred
iDI acres planted as soon as possible.
No cultivation is necessary for the
castor plant, and the harvesting is
Order a very easy matter.


The American Association of Gen-
eral Baggage Agents are holding their
twenty-eighth annual convention in
St. Augustine. Over two hundred are
In attendance.

The McClure brothers have sold
their lettuce crop at Sanford this year
for $1.300. They estimate that this
will pay all expenses and they will
have their five acres of celery as
clear proSt.
The Florida Optical Association
will meet in Ocala January 27th and
28th. All of the latest and most im-
proved Instruments will be on exhibi-
tion and will be demonstrated by
different members of the association.

Saturday last there was shipped
from Starke 127 crates of strawber-
ries making 6.064 quarts. The prices
were good and the fruit fine. The
season starts n. early for this locality
and promises to be a very successful
Geo. Long.. who is charged with
having set fire to the Duval Sawmill
C'omnpany's mill, and a ho has been
eluding the oMet-rs for bse',.ral tuouths.
a as captured In a sawamup near Pein-
s cola after a hard fight aith the
offctr. .-
C : Connor. engineer at the Ocilla
T'urli< tmll (E'Conilrn ii, 'i i mt at Jlran.
ford hailoiied ti, a ',r\ painful acci-
dent Nlonida) aftern(miNi Tie. blow-
off l;iste of the fI'ilit'I a 0s 0lowA 1
frltii. 1t' iti o t llh i t a i a hea l> l'r'e.-ur
,of %t % ,ci t i t ( **iti.-idlerati l ftUrce .-
tri-tet through ithe firrbox, the, fire.
aslhe ilid al,'-.iii a trikitg Mr t'eiiai ri
kli n'ikliiK 1 tiiia diPl1n Iti'ftc he cI iild
is e.cv er Ic. i .1, lcAI l)birined tlciitl
the fact. h.tim asi.id lmto, HII, a.I-
ca ri-ed tI 1 l.l t 4.ik 11. the a tll i.e h i '
hi i It u,% i i % ia .iltiin t li( t i iiju I. -
a liil' Vi ti .iare' hel C eon-i- el e
id itriuut ---
A it,'* <% ii |..)ati n u tit r theI nalanit
iot I th, Il('ut i t I' -t.,i l <'ui .i, 1 .i.
1 i t1, 11 i l el i l i| Ni, Mai. 1 i iil ;i

I t .i i .&., I I. k .,' '

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Tobe Mitchell and his two small
sons. while at work clearing a piece
of land on their place near Andalusia.
were murderously attacked Tuesday
morning by seven men. who. with
knives and axes, cut end twat them
until they fell to the ground uncon-
cious. Mrs. Mitchell. a ife and
mother of the man and boys. arrived
upon the scene a short tine after-
ward bringing their dinner. tnd f )und
them In an apparently dying' -ndi-
tion. out succeeded in carrying them
one at a time to their home'. There
one of the boys died and the father
and other son are in a critical condi-
tiln. The seen men named by
S.:.ith are alleged to be parties against
whom lie was recently a witness at
Troy. where they were arraigned for
illicit distilling. They had sworn to
get revenge and gathering at a selected
point proceeded to the field where they
knew Mitchell and his two sons were

Negro Met Tra

Falling J

I'NS.'COLA. Jan l1 Pre.stoii Fa-
i&iO :1i (olor,.d warehou ieman. In the
e'h.il Coiuigau), wasJ InLstantly killed this
iu i '?ilAK hen he, fell from a iplatformu
I s eir* tIcei- f te ';i t ,'I ;,. l. i
g M l. .. l I I I i .. 1 1 I


Sthe Dry DCao&t

Me a Dry State.

Utcally brings to a close one of th
most bitter and sensational poitj.
cal rights In the history of Tenessee.
State-wide prohibition was the mal
Issue In the recent contest betwem
Governor Patterson and the late I
W. Carmack for the Democratice -
bernatortal nomination, and thoua
Patterson. who advocated local oputs.
won the nomination, the Legislature
elected in November last at the same
time that he was chosen has, after
stormy times, gone against him. This
came, however, with the aid of Re.
publicans, who gave the bill twenty.
two votes In the louse and Eve In
the Senate.
The bill to prohibit the manufacture
of Intoxicating liquors in Tennessee
after January 1. 1910. passed the Sen-
ate yesterday and is expected to pas
the House today.

at work and proceeded to assault
them. Three of tihe parties. It is
stated, haWe been arrested.

Mothers' Meetin.,
A cordi'l i't!itnt~.rn to the Mother'"
Meetting of ti,. W. C. T. I'. at the
reNiddence of Mrs. F. Yocum tMi
afternoon is extended to all who are
inter-sted in temperance work.
Not only are the mothers Invited.
but the young women also. A tee
program. consisting of music. recita-
tions. etc.. Is prepared and a larp
attendance is anticipated.

Close Game Ball. '
The first and second baehall teams
of the Unilver ity Hligh School played
a match ganme of iball yesterday.
which resulted in a tie. the. score be-
Ilg three each Somune remarkably
good playing was done by both teams.
They expect to renew the contest
again at an early date to determiw
the victorious nine.

Meeting Close Today.
The missionary meetings which
have been held in the Ilaptist church
during the present week will close
with the meeting this afternoon at
3 o'clock. Those who have takes the
envelopes will please return them
properly filled out. with their contribl
Sua "Want" ads. bring results.

gic Death

From Scaffold

niirrow escal.u. from 1 ing .-*rioa
injured late .%-terdua; ,Tt.rinTuon IS
the out-kirt+ ( of the' t it. *ben1
~itti a i iuiu i t f iIn, l'. I 1trv
,iiftairlli ito ari .rt -,lii tsegrOI
i,,e "..l I l ,,-t blietrff ua radilg a ,.*r. high i' I
hml.l :i ld wllhiel .iih of lit' le'groT
I .. l) bri k l, *>.;e through the
A I- .. h Mr..e i al t I ll TV .. hotr

11e4, 1I'.aci[Or C.S*.k I, .K oll 11 n fit.11. 1, 1- ft' 114''Asli I.
mli 11t4. Il. 'r ii c Ii Ite l o-ie~k tee ,2I! I e11all1c') jteegAie tee 1111,u1110' 811d IW
Inlg broke'a1 Ill 411ic4! a ittillit ta 111, A i. Mortto hold the' atn imul lif-e' me
iialilUti,'s. 1!41v% viTe k II cli i-i 1 311( 41 ie! t 1) I citilis s ath thve'heaned I t, III ji be
'Cil think "Leli tiell, a cieie lit mctieee'eer I' I t -e' %e(elee'r Ill t~ ei~iil
Ied Ithat V.l f e-l iJieIdce ~ t er'aleld ItAKKII19 a t tht' .rejil
~ i-i I eeIit, h, itP4 r iII t m pit A I i t*. % tel %%.i s m uI,'i a n4 .dI tbe uW1-
!.eiit 11 ltt ~it t %f' 'liclmsto ci agrtszng that te r01. f. icudi
loat 'rII .% Ie glllt11.ii% %%ti i t.' i b iicl e lalb I
Ill hiji -. I-, I IIA 0 ,11t it'.6111 bAse! Hume'arti 1e theA' 19 101111) "a
1Ireu aed'toe Iii I -Id5% ) at 1 eclr beeria~e Uh~~ f a
Narrow scpetI1-t I.d I s eU, 0,. 14)1 s
I f ~ il~ 4 ~ i I' i~ a IVIuI-1% t~ell't1" t

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mended for Cosumptiop INO YKAR. WAY IMPROVEMENT Co.
s proo positive that it is
kM1 ost p0ef0afNew Order aUe a Membership f Twenty-One Reads New Using This
-rm .-i Preptiont Ninty-Jackaonvile's Team Patent Flange-The East Coast
inf the wOm.Will Initiate the Soys Goon. Latest Company to Install It.

It warms and nourishes,

-- ic-es e blood, As
0 Baesb and bilos
up. od tMOS&

do WON GM&be aGe Rondo
also106o hbl Ms i i temere pe-
bsum," The TiIme -Ualen Jackson-
v aya: "Agai Theedere Human
e aMuttobhe M~rof
u blM of alInstruemeMts the
vMN. the eeOMet beard lU t sight
Is the w bad Trade asditortum is
of a ktd hbe4qd but seldom la Florlda.
id baM a large audience captivated
hr bow eMs. 'be open number
by Hums., the DeMlrinm
-oro e ti cm e Deate, rom
he wemderful Huansrl opera. hunk
NM. wn miuetlrreum tad vsbbly at.
f-ete many the audience. The
wild a eyt7 stratas, the unrestraln-
ed mpetusity of the typical Hun-
Marble eam mm was marvelous.
The m-e eaoly melody painted the
pathete story of the Insane woman.
delres ravings were beard amid
laeee. rlnagil chords. aind when
So artt drew the ht liquiqld note
hit Ms violin many an eye was sus-
pelo1sly damp. The Goldmark
iftt played by Human is a piece but
seidem attempted by mai*eians. the
tacltee required is tremendous. and
Me Iaterpretatlon taxes the powers
to the ballet extent This is perhaps
tel Mt time the Saite was ever
played Or years, and the thoroughly
pweat playrg strikinagy displayed
Theadere House as a truly great



eW i~rd Theatre
me Mfoterrd..Lva.' 4 owsd."


OaingSdy .9o-*"- Wil.M .VNfcl0 (44t-
41Cbm aq, twrl.y-four jpIop.
olectrie Theatre.
N ,w MorMng Pkiwes, each aftcrwomn
Send migAt, e e$ Smdqy.

"Chalrey*' Aunt" Tenlght.
This is the last chance we will
have to call your attention to our
amateur production of "Charley's
Ant." We want you to feel that
It is as much for your good as ours.
If you haven't seen us. you have cer-
tainly beard of the success we made
and ought to want to see for your
selves. Everyone seemed pleased
with the music, and if you help us out
with your patronage the orchestra
will spend the money for music and
other things. If you have seen the
play, come again-you will have to
ilumh. and who knows, It may save
you doctors' bills. I hope the doc-
tor and druggists sonut think swe are
atorferinag with their busl inrs and
boycott us.
This will be positively the last Im-r
forman-e by this all-,tar conitanl Ua-
our time is all taken for Ih, .a',ion,
It's only 50 cents fur a dollar r.orth
of fun New Rlaird Theatre tonight

The New Baird Theatre.
Monday) night January : ',th "'.k
aud Ills Muthtr in-Las Abrolud mill
come to The. N-w laird Theatre- It
is baid to be one' of the wtort laiiIgh
able of all comedi'dt-. contaiillig a
laugh *- >., lllllljute 1141 dull II 1 -t1 t
KRes-rterd b.atl IllI poIlialih go onti
*ale klaturdai

Hicks' CAPUDINI Cures Sick Head-
Also Nt-loU l i, t % t, I la % I In
lle idahi mll .i< I v 'I I+ I I1' r i14411
a"rh ,Ir a. f i ,n .o t -
W dia4ltt- ) Suld I d tli I-

The Gainesville lodge of Fraternal The American Flange Frog Rail
Order of Eagles was successfully way Improvement Company. which
launched at the meeting on Wednes- has been In session here for the past
day naght when ofcers were elected two days. adjourned yesterday after
to serve for the coming year. having completed their business.
There are Ia the neighborhood of The following stockholders and di-
ninety members on the charter list rectors were among those at the meet-
of the order, which promises to be, Ing: C. W. Chase. C. B. Strouse. E.
among the leading secret organisa- I Cmanom, Galneeville. Jno. E. Gra-
tUoam of the city, as It has a large hbam Roanoke. Va.; W. D. Reeves.
following In all cities where the order Cicaso.
Is generally known. C. W. Chas was elected president;
The following oleers have been C. B. Stroase, vice-president; E E.
elected for the year: W. A. McNal- Cannon, secretary-treasurer, for the
ly. P. W. P.; 8. M. Davis,. W. P.; B. ensuing year.
M. Heekard. W. V. P.; H. J. Dempsey, This company Ua succeeded In
W. 8.; W. T. Gill, W. T.; 0. C. Tousey. placing their patent with twenty-one
W. Com.; W. 1. Denham. W. C.; N. railroads and the East Coast railway
H. Thomas, I. 0.; M. F. Smith, 0. G0.; s now having them installed aM along
Dr. J. H. Colson. W. Physician; their system.
Trustees: J. I. Blake. A. W. Sargent In speaking of the success of this
and W. G. Richardson. company. Dr. Strouse said that the
Jacksonvtlle's working team of the prospects were very bright and that
Eagles will be invited over to Initiate It would be only a matter of a short
the boys into the mysteries of the while before the use of the equipment
order, and it is expected a large crowd would be universal. It will prove a
of the Ocala "buzzards" will ailse great big thing for the members of
come up to see that nothing is left the company, composed largely of
out of all that is due the local aerie. Galnesville people.
The Installation will take place upon
the arrival of the charter, which will CATARRH CURED.
be here In about ten days. and ar-
rangements are already under way No Cure, No Pay. Is a Most Geosrous
to give one of the swellest banquets Offer.
ever served at one of the hotels corn- To get an antiseptic strong enough
plimentary to the visiting team. ,.! ,,, -,.,,. .,-, .. .. ...., ,nt ,.
t S:1 S rrh a d. *'t dri.,


State Offlers:
Governor-A. W. Gilchrist,
Secretary of State-H. Clay
ford. Tallahassee.
Comptroller-A C. Croom.


Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Tallahas-
Attorney4oeneral-Park M. Tram-
me., Tallahassee.
Coe'm*lsskoper of Agriculture-B. E.
McUn. Tallahassee.
Supt'ot Public Instructibn-Wm. M
HoUoway, Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris, Key West.

County Oftoers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Galnesville.
Sheriff-P. 0. Ramsey. Galuesville.

to mil C 71,* alr Pmw a ln not l destroy
the ti- m*e.. o(f the membrane at the
Samn *.,** ha.- been a problem which
was never solved until the discovery
of Hyomunl (pronounced Iigh-o-me.)
Hyomel is prepared from eucalyptus.
the most powerful yet healing anti-
septic known. Itreathe it through the
Inhaler over the inflamed and germ-
ridden membrane four or See times
a day, and In a few days the germs
will disappear.
The Inflamed condition will go. too.
and the snuffling, hawking and of-
fensive breath, and the discharge of
mucous and crusts In the nose will
Then why should any catarrh suffer-
er hesitate, when J. W. McCollum &
Co. have such faith In Hyomel th:.t they
offer to return your money If after
a fair trial llyomel does not cure ca-
A complete Hyomel outfit. Includ-
Ing the Inhaler, costs $1.00. and extr.i
bottles. If afterward needed. co t but
50 cents. Hyomel also cures asthma.
croup. sore throat, coughs. colds or

County Judge-H. G. Mason, Gaies-
Tax Assesaor-W. W. Colson, Gaines-
Tax CoUilector-W. D. Dickinson.
Galnesville. QI I Ip I*
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaines- -_ & g I It ^*- tb;
__--, -
Supervisor Registration-J. C. wo Nam&& .amd M adabe
Grew. Galnesville. aiWPbat
County Commissioners-John G. -0 M CO
Damper. Chairman. Hague; J. J W. F. J. McCOLLUM COS.
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May. ...-..

Archer; C(has. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Board--R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody, LaCrosse; G. W. Miller,
State Senator-H. H. McCreary,
Gallie. Ille
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
GainesUille; T. A. Duke. Sauta Fe

City Officers:
Ma)Ole-Huratio la\i.
MaulzLhl It T Arunow
Tax As-.t-.sior H It Colpuon
Tax ('ollectir- T It Kilr. Sr
('l.rk and Tret-a:ur- r J .Mt.Jx% [ ill
t'It% Attort.-v \%V W l:ron4ii
Board of Alt, ri .-u .i-T I t %t huhl.
Pr<-,id.l io (1u ; K itrtm )ii S J I ur
tI.'i t : 1 C:allino Ii (Gri.r .- S
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l ..atd "f PutI' Lt.li .rk iI f : I.-
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idf the county jail hut i- ii, 0
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of South Cartuliwa L.. .~
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F .r ..rl'a ~ait
I a '~'.. Trikkon .ith a 'T
tcI -! -.cl~t la,.., unat~ls to g'-t up
'A 7 it-- ts'- vNI y irn'- on-
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At ili> ir~d.~.t~ I~S :-* ~ .-:r~cr~mnL..,w. and
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masit.rfu n n r.- ,ia t y. -mayo Mr. riia.A.;-!n ~ itsAlf to Kbe wrap-
T. -Loma heL In Li' re=!nv-*e~s. -A Ir pavor a l:~~r-*'. so;y the rtgbt upr,.
Trizlty fr. .;d nme in the oT"1f o 2M ;o .,ftste cj~rA'-lA*twtn.tbe
1-Y .:.-. he 4.u.as th-n a rburxnb 5prp*es orer tb* spot
csuaethe''.r.r. i~- twer*ex;.rt- w V..D Qthe m _,g bsbeen op.
fid t rP P-'.:.iuin.z &:lI te tlm--p gL e..wbeffupon the rackaeo b
tb~t u--h !.e Lr% %at d -wo wLten~eoft!.: wn om a carrying bott ready toe
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aneI t aJ 1 ~*t.:D t1 -7 Tbare Made It a rne tbr'aqg 3h'
?4*~i he said .- *un~b at tlbtaiotb* aler 4 ft I

,in u:.c--.ry f~'*~'-~.!r.

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aca CIA it ar~laI'-vtad, CI4 ot
Sers th:rik that a,1 crying list1I'*~
-tt's not. V1t-rx yo',.r r it~v(7-4!w
for Lirs or s4)Meextern~al ea;.Iw if4
you canI fini them gne tte baty
White a Cream Va&r;'.ge a
i chnco-s are- it is s .n f r-im i
ubich ke*-p it hungry ard cr--i a2
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an*ber vems bustnowMs
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He'sa arbd .'oW~f cm I bae"
Wen b1= Iftltr,'stid a damdamm.
and I wo~etn't mm -moft myW
%;gtt with a sixpoewe. Tw~k hl=mcoat
* ffbrlty. eb?"
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baI1wr.to c~be my *idea wAL-Lau-
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We buy and sell Local Securties of All Kinds
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It pays the farmer to plant only the
question not of "how cheap," but of

be. It'sa
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fu-ill 1W gato sma It 7imas pmiss&

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1 6a S IIm in tINe s Io

O a i rI e e a pDI el ol toI
f aaa m-mew came to my
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4w of wa y. bt

S a wd a rang the

M ya to read thisb
throws ad
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aAft e %wafts tums 1-M1
M Wa the reat bmdes of
A ~ s~theh e. and

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I g d mdired what I weoM
e dt a We as t-he p. I
gae --O wm h. A watch toIs
i g ma ae" uoa It Im ftu m a
i -e ma 4"t I weuld be ae-
a m h gwbest orws ictue,
40 w0Wrb meW not be partes
p W.a wham the tag was ever.,
SI S bthd toethlrT Not
|elg N my haot girls pirtiet.
K that I had thought I
ag -i hs Wmy Pereks
ofbetO sad eotbig ee.
id e" a thought oet any-

do nMd e tart^ The aIn-
f t Odw.by s plgas d
tm in eato time, buti
iways eary a pecUiar
It euamms ea oae 0
I. I to ben. msalismtly
o a~s light Or h is
& M1 S tM Ne ide away
li*ben i d that might

,1 w tt* MM-waa tet-ett-
|- m ei. S ad theS, ge.
ia 11 I b reakal. This

h l--as M bsgaems away
-oW ea f i t aha thet al.
aa0 aa 0 agg aggt aM Thane
mS a led Iot ed ot and

St In twarm dk ar wt wIn

Maw bmt I the ga were

e o t Uemr ta tohs oodeJ.
a So a m a thS one of the larthe

V I ever peah. The would mat
Va Od Avekt masrbeashi, and wa as
t aWace. 11111 hnky owand me u
S be hw what hey aw any of
6 me bm the d oen.k

Wella e. M a"iky aw the ran with
4W anSL wbhI S might have been

We had seveamo hnbded poueds of
eute bold a ad.eringthat
Ib e ut b hase im dampme s the

Silly. M1 y r forward thel
with a, A p ad pth putting)

We; thade h l.oard a maso .t in he
11pe of, a mickey one of the largest
I have ever -eln. The wou.i t I'andy
Iute three t high and be was t heiid
lly Old NIkor mlschile. h was a
reat aftesacer that monkey, and must
always him. lie what be saw any of
the11e0 doong.
Well. Mr. Meukey saw the men with
the warmu tar. and u th ug twroukd dip
but he must hae a hand i lite jab
a *raily. so bet ran fuoard and diplAd
l hands io the tut and m nevr did iut
ws a ti bw-onarainl wth te pusl k)
stuff; then lie toit- d aft as fast as he
oeuld caluloer uanel rollti Inoh a guik
oettoe. got l eite 'f atl! eato ar, '%It %ith
It ad ran alof th Itea rtl atlSag :
ea have a saying. 'Thea it- It ta aj&y
and so 1Itch hb ." Iaut the lila ,i was
bot this tltow. ani4d ltie svaditi wau A an
actually *a*pettliag ane at hia4the I. in
nau after biul, lut it l j a- Ih i I l
catch him. lit was toe.. shrrAud fa r

in their lives hefts sad peas it

mplv wwm

M. Joens m Dor iL.

back Into the cans, for had that fool
monkey dropped from aloft Into It he
woeld have blown the ship to king-
dom come. They got It out of the way
without disaster. but for several bourn
that creature sat up there picking run
oettee from himself and throwing It
ever!oard. As I mid. the epltade
would have been comical bad It not
been fraugt with so much danuge It
might have beeb "another awe my*-
try." but It was uot.-4tanley Du Bole
ft Le Angeles Tlime

me Was a Terver to the Dramatist a
4uedmed Veers Age.
The way the ceaseor worried the Ger-
ma dramatists~at a entry or so ago
1i striklngly Illustrated by a book on
"the cesorshabp la Germany published
by Dr. Robert Heindl at Munich. The
German theater used to be terribly
moral. In 1795 the Viennese censor
IsMd It down that an engaged couple
ought not to quit the stage separately.
bht that they should be atompanuled
by an oaciial who should be under-
stood to be about to make immediate
arrangements for their marriage. Even
In IS8 mlaallamces were prohibitted
eO the Vienaeae stage, for, as the cen-
sc r::eTy o'bterred. these misfortunes
will oeer In real life. but they should
not be allowed tl the theater.
At ltattgart the "Iphlgeula In Tao-
ris" of Goethe was nearly prohibited
beesase the Greek dress allowed the
wetor' bare legs to be seen. There
was a long dispute over this point, but
at last the censor permitted the play
ea condition that the actors wore yel-
low tghts.
Few would hare Imagined that the
Viennese canaor was so careful of the
morals of the population a hundred
years ago, but Dr. Helndl shows that
not merely political allusions were cean-
aored. but that the atrictest decorum
of word and of thought was insisted

Thew MUsmmst Man In Tow
Is the ome who always wears a
frown. is cross and disagreeable, and
is short and sharp In his answers.
cases out of ten it's not the poor
fellow's fault, It's his liver and diges-
tion that make him feel so miserable
--he can't help betng disagreeable.
Are you la dsager of getting into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herbine for your
Uver-the sate. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Bold by W. M. John-

The Order of Feols.
April 1 is not the only fouls' day In
the year On November 12, 1361, the
Order of Fouls was Instituted by Auouli
phus. count of Cleves.
Jleumilerv wee uot by any means
kIdlot. whoever. for the word bad a
different euwaning tLhe. They were
the protl.t)l f' of ,ur modern Order of
Forstev cir khid -.Fllows. doing a
hlil!.,arly la..i> .tllent %u 'rk. Thwir in-
siNgIl:i :lic -l-el of ua I.ntle'. up '11 lb
Itl- shoal& *r 4t i% i t i waiiu birouilertd
a )->,1 r. ar tfll. I i cal)u tw ad l',. .arvl
low l 4 1 ,*1 i A c ll9t! r s.ott W i .,h
th, e.ry. i .l j.1 La.:' t: 1 : tI r. ith
1.4al'ly oliAl 'alk U|naI litf .11.l l111 i to
s It I.,r t d u!l- 'a'- I tthe iie '.t ,f lhtei

G;igin of Card-.
The originn .f cards. li'.. ftr li k I'
the lidelei :iittiiluity of As.l'. i r
ord far havinLi loe-t ,i tid toi l ti:
ravel thi. Ia, < e. It w'v.-i fr.io i t'e' 4 '1
tn:n : irInt l.:!t rd4-. a ilon-4 I 1'!
he4ss. were first iitridlua el hit ,i stth
ern r7ri ''. Sp iln :n dV 0i,*ly v- ,, *.
The earliest of these cardls Ihave l, cti,
loet unfortunately and no re '. rd of
them preserved.

Every Mother
Is or should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu-
monia-then to something more bert-
ous. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complication. Sold by W. M
Jo anson.
-rckTs the Rile.
Credl*',r F-iy. I -'cit ytu i.y 11 1P n
mn:int'1 aso. rir'tr- Yes. Ibut yiu *wr.te
.a -rm. th' I, ;. k a f It. "['t le&i, :l a 1d
5s ttl.'" V.' l.:ukeI a It a r.!' t ,pay i ,.
attenti n ti) man.oinrit4'.t wr:','"" ,n,'
both sides.-Cleveland P!aln Ik lnler.

Uncertain wys unatnfest are and
doubt a Creater mischlet than despair

1w lahats ad Ci
1k KW Yu u Ahw ut

His Keek.
Mr. Holesale--o i4d Pepperpot had
a kick coming eu that last bill of
goods. eb? Wouldn't that make you
sore? Mr. Litewate (the salesman)-4t
did me. sir. lie kicked me out.-Kani
uas City Independent.

An Odd Coineidemee.
"Do you know that nature and schol-
arshIp both agree on one tbingl
"What is that"r
"in the full lath l '-'tn it turn the
leaves."- Baltimore Ai.'nrie-nn

A straight line is the shortest in
morals as In mathematkcs. FAde


Or Uovpede Is In Glinga It a Thee
.h FeTrAL

ho.:I(i t UIt 1.%\ i 4.tlat ittIsat1t.e1 iit-Al II 'a jtI These is oub i -e lost by whilt i
thie, a-111%- a11. cat4 till,1a l, itnt N ~aa'.0% I jW lg. ') t cI. .C a.ttla .) k f ~A I.. A;L.a
110tcaaa (! Ilea.1.1~tIS L) 11D .aIL-- )t I -. ta
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Simple Rc CaiJ fur La Grippe. I.114ta t a.1.1 1 1 .. : aa.1 -a.
M IT P t !so Af
ar ila1' t al I la -' i ilia3J4c1 1 1. :. I .. 0 Ii 1* 1.1a 0 4,.?
am' t" 6, t- arz tla a ,ii I a I I I'S, a r Ia~
I f t -Is. 1 i6s ti? I aWI t
are .tbaa 1 a I aa a ia It ,sla1 ,*I.tr !.a-... r

ll tilt )t lIkutj* 1,4, 11J W (,tit :- I t. a I ~druior -is skriIll
turn & u sef..r sat.&A I4 tw 'Ibtc luau"'- t1a%; Cu

if it's Printe-d mtistioacy you want. Two *L&**--b*cents sand $1W.
ril Su uft4 t I -v ~s vto SeaIt- J. d.*sD~i:urd & Ca,). Sp~eiAl gents-


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One of the most valuable features
of our service, to our u-...ribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Teler.hne r.'.
Telegraph Company and the other as-
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance Anes in tha seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone In our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
These long distance lines are of the
most modern and improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high
state of efficiency. The Bell systems.

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operating in various action ef a
country, are uniform in their pipo
-nent and in their methods of *111
On!y by reason of this close trait
arrangement between the eII TelI
phone companies is at possible to po
a Bell Telephone almost aaywtaSo
ask for "Long Distance" and be put 18
communication with almost any pOW
in the country.
This vast network of wir re,-d
ing throughout the nation, if 0ed
daily in commerce and for 01ocil P
poses by the banker, the faraer a"
citizens in all walks of life S if
plant here is an important link is Ib0
great chain.

SService. essonabie Rates


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I Machines for Reit

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The Long Distance System

Southern Bell Telephone

and T,,.,aph Company

1 habve a s tmbed with a hrtesie
lM aad bremacltis for a loag us
adn have tried many remedies without
iadlng rei. Through the kind sag-
odia eof a friend I tried Vinol, and
~ar taklang four bottles a entirely
eored." A. H. Wilde. T,73-th Avenuae
Mmmeapona, Mina.
IL McDonald. 147 W. Obgrers
91. Paul, Minn., writes: "I com.
treated a severe coM last winter and
thenuht I would never get rid of It. I
tried Vinol as a last resort, and It has
Impletely cured me."
teil eomblaes two werld-famed
tonics, the healing, medicinal proper-
ties of and liver oil a tonic Iron. do.e-
Nelouely palatable and agre"ble to the
weakest stomach. For this reasoa.
Vinol Is unexcelled as a strengthi-
builder for old people, delicate ch I-
drea. weak and run-down person,, aft-
ter aickne s and for Chronic Couahis.
Cold and BronchlUa.
VINOL le sold in M alneevlle by W.

A Nateuallet Cemperee These AM
male With the ~ptiles.
K. Toldt. a Vieunese naturallmt,. say
that foxes hare sales as well as beir
upon their skin. From this be .argues
that they have descended from awnce-
tors bearngl horny skins. like the arum-
dilloM and the ant eaters.
Every one who has examined a rat
clamely knows that Its tall Is scaly
throughout Its length. Those who are
familiar with wild boar. know also
that there are parts of their bodies on
which there are distinct scales. Wher-
ever the wrales are found on theme
creature. with hair as well. these
halrs grow In tufts at regular Inter-
vals between the scales. As thin form
of growth Is often found In animals
which hare no scales It is believed
that when it exists It proves origin
from a race which once bore scales.
Especially is this true of the fox. If
bin skin be examined closely It will be
found that the balrs are arranged In
groups of three bunches. eaeh bunch
containing fourtlen or fifteen bairs,
and that the skin has the appearan-e
of that of a scaled ant eater I rom whil-h
the scales have been plucked. rndter
the milros epe It looks acaly. lierr
Toklt sa-ys the' f.x 1i one of the m tn-
mals that can lIe mo-t correctly rcrm-
pared with the reptile.. l.ei-ig .6f n
primitive and vory xli ily -pe type. although fnim .u for its ;ning
-New York W\V -r<.

Too Much Face.
Tou feel as if you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia, don't
you? Save the face-you may need
It. hut get rid of the neuralgia by
applying Ballard's 8now Liniment.
finest thing In the world for rheu-
matism, neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds,
lame back and all pains. Sold by W.
M. Johnson.

Health Is Worth Saving, afid Some
Gainesville people Knew 1Now
to save It.
Ntan- 1( 14-ise' Iill.- ;w'ol,1.' tali. the-ir
liv-er..In thf-!r hrn-wq'Ia' h nfglc'cting the
k~thia- t ha Ykiism these hargatis
nttl' Iihe'lp. Sick klInei w I.P rorveslatoih-
bloii for a vatti arnioct of aeuffo-ring and
Ill health. but there' In no need to
suffo-r nor to ra'nm!n In danme'r when
all dim-a-.'es nndIa~' and lialnis due
to weak kidttee'v% caii be quickly and
i'.'rnianentli ('uirot! iv Ithe wuse' 41f
1imoan't Kidney 1'llI-. Ti-er.1-;'a Gainen-
vIlla' eltigen'nc recommendations:
Nlrtt. R Walte'rs, lai N. Oak ac-q-
ntu". 4ktine'4%Mo-i .Fin .va .~nys: .Nty kid-
no,\ W ere dlearda'r' cd foir som-i)4tin
111114 1 ceaculalw1aio nit~lviK that euild
relw*ha's'filee z' I r~au
he nulwi H Avid und-, o edt4-?, Va (11'..,.-t hait
I (-rijjjI n ot I-tcitii. S.4-o iii 1 lhaaua*
Kid'ie .-l'i10k a%.utel im"a. I rera
ai\ av'i ad ha'v'- thaor 'aie' Tho-,se'
ad olid' Xl'atelidI%%:-:t 1 it lotnbg lwfor,'
Ir"a'.I ro-li.' I Imiisv.* noha---ta-

t'fuI : :01 I doa .l.r .;. l'rie''7141
;. t. F_tcr-N i llmern Co. I teffalo.
Ya ork. molv -oit. for I hq-Vunitcd
[if niolul)(' the name-Doan s-and
tal,,. no t)It l,' r

The Way Hs Felt About It.
WIei -.*sa.vi- r~e I y- Iiglaedles 'a'.crc' d-i.
en'iuv,Im ni ''a4-1 ,'.: i-; f, r a '.eirlr i lan
zn:ir r aW te.''a l:e i ar ct the' vTA11:ni: tee'
parop. it to' 111'. Ct!;e fa:i~ta r*-4I h.1''.
:,2r.j %rt':,r,!a. CII on Iasai.Jw to-ja2 ii~d
*'c ane them off. All the girls v.adaed
the-ir aupprai:1A -t con e, but when the
pa iin--1 4 u Z. cd to t le I[., r~I' he
ol ii 'c ted.
'I t ye'fv(:wtI'lat (Eatsalt." said lhe.
"1.Clwe~i ---t .-i aeu..u lIt '-
14i.iue"'ltIi. u rne I

"(o':? t I ...a t,,I! t luiu't, a.'iv% %y rd

11 If.

NMany 1Pts,',' h\-, ha-e be-n sa'.ed
by F(-)]# %'s HoneCy anid T-r. for cfim-h:.
coldq. ( rmil)a i'!A !''igcogh. It
is tho. moty,,a ft. r-laie-6y for liifatts
and rL-ifire'n a.~it Iit:1 toI'. It)
or other narcotic drugs~. and ch~l.414n
like! Fotty ac I Iere ":id Tar. Car tNIl
ino? la.r*% t* p a Ihotr ;e. in (hle aal
Rt fu~cse slazitute,.. J. W. NicColliun
L Co.

"etleg cif Mafte. sg
1Und#er avid tay %irt" of
final deer"e of tearec k)iy,v
niade by thw- iljocraljI#...J
(dg' fthooCir( IutI ('ou1a
Eighth Juutk 1111 (''Fetalof 'ghi
and for Alar-hililgta (eattu'.i
PlittIrix on the lath (111%' o1
A. D.. 1941%~. in a 4- i-ta inltal
In -aid court, uh. r-in W.i
COTe1fa'tiia lit. tia' i e.rgq4?
Fill-,. Jr.. a, S'e. lMetrin
ct-ry Iin%aiel C atiI', %%IIIoffer tob
and or#11if)tothe Leuda I aj dbe.;a
(14,r fear ca sh. at 11111-114- eaiatr y o n 19
ciaY. the fir.t cl.i'. ef fP'lruarA.5
l!Pe1*. The. ,aie,.ll' g th,0119c
In isniell a11ia t h .thiv I riteeg I"' l'g i gh
of little. ill Ira ?i e t or thc court s
eI~xir et A lach uati",iijjl it, thei
Parcel of laind sittuate. 1'.itlg anal bft
In the Count%. of Alachua and Sm_
of Florida. alid ido -crila.'qj lU said ft
Ing at tha 't *t 4-f rt or of 9 .
laelrto. ir ti t.11 I 4 1.111fit 1''a

ftioe I 1. '* % t* it-lie %oft1

Tito 11 K;:- I ), a. !a"'*1 and asljW
fl % $ # I. fC a 1 a -I c c ( if a! b e n ltt i u i
lae~tin: jert eat LIai I'.'., ej:, or
S itl s r. 1a1) ~~ [ ~'nof Mel
IIISa~ ~iii '* ale.Tow~

loropoteri% fit 6,.a e. i .4 ~ atI*
idcc ('a(ra aoa-ar and eflt.
'I I il~isJR.,
('aatlila itI, S pli al 1'o te r

Brown House BaberkShq.,
(Formerlr tir ('er tral CIty tParbor sabso
lav-ing jaurcha-.d this shop, I de~e
to assure the lttlabl( of the best ad
most court-oti-i treattuep~t. and worig.
manship second !o inone. Only fir*
ciasq workmen en vloyed


"M 0v State Pa"re.
1j %ILY ANDa SUNDaA i 1-r, 3u:,
Three Vonibo. $i U) !aita %I ow. 11
Twelve Monibs. 9 P)
lke SemI.WeUYUllws lr.
Th farmerOld fruit (.1
the Firltlay Lt* of thea %afiti
voitei 1Lo AgiciteuIraarantiah I
maitTtae;apasa al us )ou UtMU% F & Li

I _______________

~ gun

so I" emt ()Wee a tas;SIMMS 10. Fla
*gasod'ejaw well Matter.

Mited r wa IuIb#

tworrr Pupt. Vomisi'l"If'E 300M1%

tWo. publiSMed ePry MOr ninges-
4&di 1,7by&artier in the city, or
patof tle It'alted IRtatea. pootaav
~~a,6t~ giWlzI months. fa *,;three
9p pemutfor Avv IMekis-srictly in

Uaekwois local column Ioeent% a litte
hamgoap. and 5 ceats for each .eJ.it ionvi!

-Srd"iipay ajvrtttlmfit made knovm on

Stek zun tan eivht Page f 1t
Spaper publi.'he~lev e~ry Mota(lay flfl.1
Mp. Oainctatins all theg news 0 the
Il. mate and genervil, and waillbe
rd free~t. to any PfA-t Of tfie tnaI'
1 M hres JAI for F1 so a Tear-in 3ivatice.
0 Mwj mhwa bIlls bec-ome dtaze after fi r~t
ofm cadvert ciaictit. unicote t hr--,i, s
lcoeLract P'arties s'.t k n, vn *.,)uq
OF v sqired opay for ad~vcrt. inw -n ad-

1 the &.trcutltlitl 'l4ril u.

)Kwhrrid war gci.s sm,. :1ud i, a on-
to ask hrc.Lo.'

gm the tUnitted State, S.'natvite j
W less interest Ing nm% atla s

Abesd Austin hat. hlo-t hitn7-.lf this

Itwa" Only IApiialp.

As a loyal m41Ah~lr aothe't'llh-- --ii
1Mr. tionziar'. Ict e f 4 *-t
with Air Ti~t

1W Statt'!ti f. a aa.a
dollars or I~ !'.t T1mt~t'r ii:

b te adlrcn.'.o .. irnit. iin-t i-

eknet that do %ovi itippp,- T- -
#101loose' elt reM17, 'tI~iuiks ,11'it all.

AMlRed of gall Frauaei~cu .nalc

Jail cojidithionts houtlel h. im-a

"Iblmes Platt %ill ha' #. to dig Up
literature. in 4)1 d.-r to ma ut- .hip;
Ces moran' .artliuig thanr
tever to.

Mr. Tilalman can alako jatalt wihh
0"@ to the fact that Simidard Oil ha*
M een Dwentilnonetd in :-xi 3o4).tiot
I.. bbhi prit af't~e bl.ine.-s trans~actionis

ON Edward i.- ning to '% hit Erni
DO lieWilliam Itf Williami wants a
b* f in the art of dim-reet't -cieiicr'
91"f is the nman that can tell himA
0labout it

NO Matter hovi los ly ti.. calling So(
kf it is honuorable.. in a bath out.
b ORMaed. he glot ifles latxor. set'ures
ld Ufeapti and that of othur. ht-n
b VWrU sfeici*nt!i..

bgl1and iiits-ndb to atxjnlh the offict-
Y ~ Cenakor The. oi.JIA h.. 1
I" U, Judging treaw .oni--* of ths.

M hard of tb-ariiig

sAm nutsS 1SDEAD.

fTsimila Triloit, I
AnIfiecawiehidcaimm l a- tok er' tIli'JTh.

I III Illia. ,t .4- Ii f etI ?I, e(fe;%:IIf Icf $ IIe t ge I I
Hit--'. tar Yar '. tr .1 flatau t ,* ft, ii tse~'-
p-~je r ( it 4ao, i.'. et 1i ridIi %Ir it lli-
14 b. x Iua I ,i e 'if 140, -D li e'lI0:1\ J1111-11,a1a

1 ,ii a lt o fiT e ll i l I ti -a!-1 1. i'it ar i e t Ale a I
j..rtcael rhia'd, ath ,ftrfafieptia id 1 1
NO% ~ did ucet kimow lii'.ianiv moitaiI

t%,11) 11ittI ii''hct '.a-rim-., Uii e iiaca-j-orii
ela 1111g1. 1 014 .V. th t fll- i' ili

a laIi. t -it liar Iron)a 4eof
f.' a 11.11 hi)kua.-s h'r-an~alhl .p-r

hatu .i mireo! pi 'liv it. -. II *t H zr hj.i t i
allt,11iaI I- i !i fi Il., Sa il a.- ci- t -I;:I

giato. 4-4duc a? i' Ii .l1,41 'ilIl i.- It- i'

Nmot I- vOi.l- i.' sheiiihe tahurlwa
lilt'-- loith A n i' all gairdin itjpe-m,iui hotar.
Ill- itfAg141 r!:,: -- ri I'.; c~ h ilc% of -@ #- 3t 1.t i ti dj
th h. i h iga Ih tc4icare-d 3~r'tutre. e(ifatfger
.e'ei11. *I, %-r- sm oi! Twmaiirlacae ii ic

a, vt vs t a I- o rk Ill the garel' it'li-

mtial,. u er w'ar I- ta-r d r. a y-a.
act lt'' tOh. r r. .lizo-cl t. J urt- Idir
v lrekhsl.tane* to, t r-turn.ei (of gtcrt aaii

!ui i-rimto.- It. an-i and nn'.-ot mid ut

'7 la kl 1 1 lft-m a-or .1 1.. r'

.: a I' ~itiu i ~ T h- ~
ft~.- .a'T a !. 1. O 'st .

~* j'i l a ''a 1.0:6 el .,ea 'F

I:. U*n Ii. Tia: ix'l~. lt- haI *1 **it to Ith I t e,'ho i-
I- A #A111 L, A litil ia.a:t iiutiir, tiP if- imoktled t!,.. i ) i!,in If!.-& Il it m -t

f h4tte-('ii-c e r'in k % htf'h f4)!I~j(J I illi, ia. That L-, right. fu r it :-i t if 1-

Ti:tlieaic ta ll ia~jc. ui~tt'nIe- fli-rt thant t wn.ui'ho thus so'e k= tip

o~i lt plt lmti A 1. c it 11.-; go'lalU.-l :t.% f h-pll.ta forth. This v('tili a,' an ,it-en
Iualigt L~a e' l.azo.'md h#-1 camIls' t )co'llraxinoutt %% h-in iiths- work it-"lt lI?
1-'harida. iilthI..-h. ae'lin thatin a n.' w dihtasve'ftuI. for vh..a, a* Is sonuetirne'u
clhimie awil among fleW jieopja. it. b'the w eth- effort k not alajpreciats-d
m'ight' oad r : lit#- is 3flT ''l*,ttreall- They vhad a Christmas trt-o' for ratst
tL. ~ ~ ~ i atn' : .t~~the' re-ct-lt 'at h-pw in Chicago
III Fliciied. M r RW.= did much t fh-l'i' t otn oe a
farulliaar tt no%%ja~p. rF ttea(rk. lbut he.' o- C3'- madi (1, th.In rat 'hilldro-n s~ill

!'tart If-. v eer~t'I ll (,n il, Traha'1i,,* 1'I( .?l~ ~ i.'c sill
i 4~z i -x !4- a d 1 !-t .'' it 8-all --rv vwe'llto
.0 Ill II

8 ci ~a. 18' r ~l. ~Ii'l '' i rcat- ani slope ..are
*~~~~~~~~~~~~~i n.-~ .Ll'.- : c*tat.i~l : fa"' r ? lcr
ti: S. r. a liitht'at'PhN-

.ati~tT~ a a tr. I- c-.1~

-1 'i. I V t! .- r'ii fire, 4)f 140 1
r tt ts '- #e' o o t-rt le'e' rt
paplers of the State- and, for a brik'f
iitn ~al, was editorial writer on The
ltrmon%- t kii (;a o'I'm.' As.a Tk
;;.i -*.* cteen poc ?ci#.it, I. tt .. iiI i I~
4.10-111-11T Iii *k I horitigh tutu! 1 arit '
%' it It stal. u ji'~tcis 'ith jaciditical
a ligia nt lata.. sand 1 1,A- tt alacrful %%,do
lI-rs-onal acq~uaintanice- jith heI i' 'd-
ing meitn of FlanitIA. mAde- him a %A!-

able' re.freentative at the hesious
1 th.< Il.'gisla:ture. When not con-
nec('ted with a Int'e w-ila'r. he was a
tfre lance' and the jiower and in-
(clalvent.is of his critici.-ms and com-
um-iota ha t- b-en f.-It in more than
on.' situationn in the political history
uf Florida duriLg three Pa.t quarter ,.f
a c.ntury.
In his laSt days. Mr Ru,.s was out
of elmplo) nent. subtsintiug on the
klndt.;--- of frie-nds the' sombre. clos-
ing ('i-i-' uof a lift-e of brilliant. broke
e-n plan:.,. of hi isted. high anambitions
If all the (ch'. ril. U. n uragintg word-
of siuncvre iprai.h-e he' rote about the
men in uhose behalf the powerful
combination of his brain and 'pen was
en'il-ted. could im' rtleaid him now in
death he- ciuld have a eulog) un
-cqualed- in iIt. ,'loIju-unce If th- kiudlI
,t, o tiwo-nt-li he, ,.xir. i, d itu lift could
ti (ci'i rtc'd ilto floa-r.- for hi.
gra '- h,' ,ul1 re.--t li.-ath a
?'.r.al nI ii' ioai .! l it't ir than thi talle-t
I ii..- -> ai f iore't) ai.l hroad,-r than

~?1 -1~. Ii 1a~e' naa:'-

. i i. o- ,r. !i t *,. pa-t

Secure a tenant for that vac
room through a classified ad.
The S.n.

'-- r: ,r ..i,. ('TV r Ti r -.,,
Lit %- t'I* T- % "T


Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is ienjor partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every case of ca-
tarrh that cannot bo cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Curt.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence. this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. S14.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-
ternally, ana acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tole8o. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for coastU-

For f'> I ht h ffl aIlOwlwr t-e
pa, 4 a,' s kW. ., l .
ge.r ., I y a ** I*rma*** or i br'rh 16a

Ct& a, I ** 1 IM L 4. t' NI. o wT or. l- T.
*r.a* re .et a a i w tI. I s .1 r*U *3G

W l i-'la's h!- .-a. iaza a tlh, pe'lnalm t ,Iti-elf L.'-t tus, 'aj.that
I d a tiofi not b%, c*.irs iii' b% liar a :t. hai, 'd ay tat abu rrosu aud eat i-trit.'
I As ttL. Aratp- v. I 'K' '.'Aa%%i----m a~tti'h n de' a gi)edc-
k d iLtfiti .t ta'! L.-
(it 01ufda,i'. tat %1i1e4 11t') Atid 0.. 1,1 ..hA track c(at his fie-ry
4mm"Ohit' but ti xi ~t ea II. r
'sUISi4ri-ii,(,f1.5 a w.-g'Vv lav to-




AN ANTISEPTIC Mt p elope irrh-1, _M b -"
ma" Mad drive out PaL
PENTRATES the Pee. U throw Tm
mwet a free irmwatiom the DIol.4 givr a Mude Of

lW. & Sn. 11e. 0.O.True, 7% e, wI:
mWfe had bee. .seriag Lw yom M -Ih
bee mm. whe.I w"e eseal"w
ow sine mbestwhichemnbd a cum

UINT ogm uE&*a 6 mark.,
IMTL~fl 0 RW= Or= STTw USm
TIU USM: 25c., 5t ai WIA@
$7. UIWU. L A,

W%. M. JO 1-OBO


Tampa & Jacksonville RH


Leave Gainepville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ................... 10:1M
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:Ut
Leave Gaine'ville for Panipon City, Palatha,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 8600
Returning, arrive Gainemville ...... ............

A. L Glass, Ba. Sept. L L Bartm. TiM



E very where

North, Sefth, East Md WWt

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rates schedule and SW
ervations, see your nearet T 1kt A
write to or call on

Div. Pass. Aest, Ta. Pah m i.
Atlaitic Coat Lim, J-lk-as u_.-


Air Line Railway
9 l!a*' W-r *',ld I ealter William sad L ('. SkasMMsM

fwilag at t.
$m 1ihi "'-' .
?~fh i".t: ,-
SIA( c

IT i ii, : t,

P-60%' 1. .. *Ii.(e -, .e- A..

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,, a' A-~Ilis(,r(3N. ALT! WORK.,
1-4g I'I ~ NEW YORK
JbO~I &. .i~TS&T31% DAILY

'-I \ H' Li [I' lIA FAS4T MAJIL

1 4 tat r 4aa..V..aqs. Car saw
I j.).'aI frA usootime: 3 Al.

Iurha' ifalaC ..aideJ..-al' *sPalm411 111,WN6 ;InGI

Agrat %eaboaud, or while %. i IlbutU', IuJr goAadim fe

L~J& @SSS@SS I &&rid&.
111111Am ftMil Amgif At Jaahac Ijr t rsda





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4 ,

k '411LPA"L kbtv Ch1t,



gon me" to be 'ow
ad* ccraof F
in as vey S~

wevinrsumded h

*PYSIUITon ms;d a

ef asomeat
so alprIse

ah .War.

vwm the -of
am Is the Enote,

anthe -b m

mwO is very urnS.
or h- @th i I
~~Ww the ow ais" i

am WmWIS
OWN of the bce
~bof Me su.m R
op ~ -e7 thingoGna
d =W Wjt Mmbner-

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DI 030 8.wADO,


arlmm IdIdMIL, Bae Man Sere N
BN Phema S. Ake Left Dastlaae
OMes tla Graham Building.
au-ders A arle's store. Phboe
No. S8U.


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ibm U



000mw ban=~ & 0.e.m


OAAMAiNkm hus ,FLA
Oft IniQ h,.]B IG.&.

.ha-Y M-I3 1 i 0

-s j y. 7

rO we"e -sr.

IL3mm5 drYo 7rc .
--arMel r -e. I

TkpbM s btashols. s*ho .
rdutats belad o

TFo hli uewurym tor
Wae eriatia bheba.
ee re- tat andriesL
oaf doly ewpapIr.
TuWe hardware dt'mrL

e dapUtll cht urlhes.
Thr buranture stores.
0" Mod storage plant.
Om weekly newspaper.
The smMddrinkstands.
Three blacks tb shops.
ght benevolsat orders.
Two Epticopal churches.
I'nlted States land oMcre
Oae chemical laboratory.
Thirtsee Sunday schools.
Two veterinary kurg.%mn*
One Presbyterian church.
Two clear naanufuctorive
PFor real @state atsucles.
Voluateer Are dtipartmeint
Several lusabwr cunmpaian..
Three Metbodist churches
A brass band uisauln.ationt
TWo photograph galleriesr*
Two Oviing lcture shoua
0. Msmiweealy newspaper.
PIve MWe Itsrace agaeale..
Two fertllaser aanulactori rt
ive are tasurance ao-rcaes.


060mmu you $IIIpiepe., (two

And Sellois er nEafty

ml~~U Pmee.A)bumlne ems

ftatI'e-0is n aDCourt

Ode" over Gevwle Na~uM aSo&

V IL L K. a R I D



Two livery ad feed stables.
FlorMa Wtater Cbeatauqua.
One erfae mad baset btory.
One Wks' Club readla room.
Agricltewual 3periment Station.
Florida WIter Bibb Conference.
rive dressmaking establishments.
National Odd F*ilows' Sanitarum.
Three undertaking etablishments.
lrteila s swerage system. 8175.000.
Two of the best hotels In the in-
Two wholesale graia and feed
Two wholesale grocery establish-
Water "that has made Gainesville
The Guest opera house ton the State
metuMie of Jacksonville.
A Government building soon to tw.
erected to cost when completed
Larpeuters. masons. plate.ror't.
palaters, printers, machinists and It.
borting men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granoU thlc sidewalks than any other
town to the Interior of the State.
Aa U85.000 court house built of brick
and stoe- beautiful structure and
the lawnas. lower beds, shrubbery.
Comfedert. monument, etc.. surrounil-
ag it, make it a most attractive pie-




In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : :


5 5
5 a!

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

* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0
* 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $4N) Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due hills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To the first M ix mAt o NI t uve a for each fr ...... $2.11
To seseA resixrceid aMt hilke o.a i M hfw f ucdfwr...... ...$175,
To te Mxtui r-'I' mt --- wte.sh.ft. each "fr....... ... $151.S
These due bills may be used by the winners or can h1e disposed of to anymore
for any value they may 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 -iniilar in a)! respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broa.
Hyde A Tench.
Wmere Vtes M By e Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish.
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The*
Sun oMce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest lepartmn.nt of The. sun.
Galuesville, Florida


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living IA
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attachee or relative of the pro-
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate in
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others Intersted in this contest,
such outroveray may be rfv.rrv d to the coe-
ducto otcotest., who alone are th. persons
quall fed to render decisions.
4. In the euent a candidate decide, to with-
draw from the race. .uch candidate 1il tnot be
allo e*d to trai-f..Tr vote. to the credit of auuthef
candidate in the cu.i.est



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e Forum was to ancient Rome the Chautauqua has
e United States of America. with the difference
-a only one Forum while in America almost one
e-ste(aqus are in active operation in all parts of
ada the number is rapidly Increasing as the years

yars people of the villages, hamlets and country-
g*ly read of great statesmen. orators and preachers.
agM rarely see or hear them without taking long
Now, by means of the Chautauqua, the best and
in all the world is brought at Insignflcant cost
doors. The Chautauqua Idea is one of the greatest
be| national forces In the country. The Inspiration
em it is a guide to the pathway and a lamp to the

reforms which have recently swept over our coun-
t traceable to the presence of the strong men
gpem so fearlessly on the Chautauqua platform in
d=es years. and the millions of people who have
g these annual meetings to listen to them have had
so awakened that they have demanded that
iuthority should institute these reforms.
Cbh tauqua Movement is thoroughly undenominational.
people of all creeds and parties commingle thought-
bfntgly. The Chautauqua is organized on high ground
aims. it appeals to the thoughtful and cultured.
to displace some forms of amusement which are un-
it fraught with danger.
Sad more in these strenuous days people feel the
a Mttle vacation. Earnest people arq hardly willing to
1- ain a vacation which does not bring them a little
uplift, hence the phenomenal growth of the Chau-
Ma. A Chautauqua ist a benediction to any community
it abides. It appeals in its varied program to both
old, and is certain to cultivate high ideals of living
entirely new management the Chautauqua for the
age session now aap als to the citizens of Gainesville
Support. The program is the strongest and best which
bees offered. and includes in lectures and music and
the very be-st which genius can devise or money
t offers at it-igilficlant exle-lise fourteen days of su-
leymlent. The holders of season tickets get for a few
b etares and concerts which ordinarily would cost them
than a dollar. Every right-minded citizen of the com-
sueald give to this enterprise, which stands for things
We high and lofty. their lo)al support and cooperation.
iourteen dah s of supre-me er.Joyment and uplift. It
GOto the fan'e of the good nanam of Gainesville. and will
iamly visitors from abroad who will cone for the sake
cI mutauqua.
program of the present year is one of great strength
variety, and is so varied that all tastes are certain
Sutaled. A glance at the rich feast which is to be spread
l the facts which follow .
Ol. ROBERT II. GLENN of North Carolina The most
Southern qrator since the time of Henry Grady. A
o-b has done things. Swept his native Stale for prohibi-
won out in his fight for the tuo-cent rate against the
Mcoriratsion A large he.arted Chlristian j.eitle-iaan who
b lIlluence to all great reforms and % hose eloquetit %oice.
iarttg worth ha*e Sonl for him a national reputation.
=.9LASALI.E CORIIELL PICKETT. the gifted wift. of the
S sral Pickett. whose charge at Ge-tit)burg made hin
She tells in matchless fashion the story of the charge-
S ha achsietd national reputation l on the platform and is
Of the moMt e'agerl) -ought tor Chautauqua lecturers in

11SS CRANE. the famous cartoonist and clay modele-r. He
incomparable In bhi artistic and novel work. It is the
eompletest and most artistic one-manl performance on
i tF. J ERNEST WOODLAND. the well known scientlflc
who brings with him the mo.- expt-enuire apparatus
iMnpletel) rodss the platform. lDuring his lecture
IMO Absolute' and "Wireless Telegraphy." two of his
She teie. rs.core of brilliant and nmarclous -xlperinments
Priormed For a nuuimlter iof ears he- hasi been the foremost
lecturer in America'
'1 WITT MILLER. for :**o %earr thi ll -it -Re-ncerT! oughtt
ibtttquua Il, turtr the' countlrv has had. A lwian of itiiitet
i and aid- Iliforiimal ion hii li not onal. a stroiiK I-c-
batut a itt) onlei iti l. lnotu .m-ible. to seltcurie a nore* polu-
UWa. His wurk will 14"- great -ll eijoed d
WILLIAM STi:-r.INt(; lHATTIS tIh. ltiake'-n.s liit-.rlret.r
Ml ads utiiia lle-d >i lii liit. .lu h of Lb i ork ls. dont: iln
*th ie and L- I.r:.il- k u t. to face with lthe- w II knowi.
a 6;ile ih t hller I i,1 -a : I .i stori.- has made so

8 R IBEII.K a (Omiil icnilan of t,,. platform m Hiiln c
al sail (catl h ieed hold tllc r.'(rw < hail. haunorous aind
there is -tall anl uinde-r (urr.it ol K'"".l 0ui d philooiiul'h
i through all hix leture- T[e.> art l:-llinin htelipful and
SD W H A Ill :1.1. inow Gi-. ril c lI ld Se-(r.tar) of the
mqua Mi''l i.en 1I A liialn ut rare' ability. wlho conducts
Tabl**-s K'lling all lcttri..rall.;t *, ritn. It Ct' chaultauqiua
t. athd ;il-, KIa '" aB 1 ar d. i. 11 ih hi. >ei:cl. w~,rik
WIRT l.1A)\Hl''1t:i l,- t.a. r w iho ia. it.. art ,f all)lug
S is h buhi fd ioA lit..ct p< i'l< ale -id iaci't-d a:,'l (arr)
1ith tiai n i u h il Ih l a i!l b( iith i t au i. t i n1_ W w L lA bll i iN tw he froli tihc r.. l-ii. i.ihi. ha-
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she will be heard frequently in connection with the concerts a&n
as preludes to the lectures.
MR. WALLACE BRICE-AMSBI'RY. one of the best known
readers. who is a whole show In himself. with an orchestra
thrown in. He is one of the cleverest monologists on the plat-
form. and is particularly pleasing In his French-Canadian dialect.
His presence will be greatly enjoyed.
MRS. LOL'ISE MORGAN-AMSBURY. a lyric soprano with an
exceptionally sweet voice. She has appeared with success at
many Chautauquas.
GOSS-BARTELL COMPANY. Including W. Robert Go" and
MisaaM. J. Bartell of New York City. They will be present for
a week. and each evening will contribute at least a share of
the program, furnishing preludes il connection with the lectures
when they don't gIhe an entire evening. They have with them
one of the best and latest Moving Picture Machines. and have
a score of the finest Pictures manufactured, many o0 them
beautifully colored. Many stereopticon views will also be given
interpreting such well known crestions as "The Sign of the
Cross." "Parsifal and "k'iawatha. There will also be secular
and religious Illustrated songs presented by Miss Barten. The
strength of this delightful company cannot be overestimated.
They appeared at a series of sixty Chautauquas last summer.
and were said to be the crowning event of the entire season.
Definite educational work is not to be overlooked, and some
of the morning hours will be given to those things which will
contribute help to the thoughtful and the devout
This will be In charge of Dr. W. W. Davis. superintendent
of the Chautauqua at Mountain Lake Park. Maryland. Great
Bible themes will be discussed. At the morning hour the key-
note will be struck for the day. and the Book of Books will be
magnified In all the work of the Chautauqua. Dr. Davis will
also have charge of the platform, and in his own good way will
introduce the attractions from hour to hour and will give direc-
tion to the conduct of the Chautauqua.
This has become a leading feature with all well ordered
Chautauquas. For a week it will fill the morning hour. Two
enthusiastic and capable workers have been employed to give
direction to this line of work.
Dr. Carolyn Geitel. who stands without a rival in Ameris.
will give her helpful health talks to cover the first half hour
of the work. and the second half hour will be occupied by Mrs.
Minnie Emmons. who will present a series of cooking school
lessons with demonstrations.
Conducted by Dr. D. W. Howell. General Field Secretary
of the Chaut-zqua Movement, who travels froc point to point in
Itehalf of *hi. great work. He is a superb talker, and will pe-
Kent varied and Interesting themes in his own taking way.
These themes w!'l be outlined in the detailed program. All
needed information concerning the Reading Course will be given.
literature will be distributed. anLd opportunity will be olfered
for enrollment in the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.

Tuesday, February 16th.
%:oi> pin. i. ( ting of the bixth annual w.spion of the Florida
Winter: Chautauqua. Brief words of welcome by Hon. Ho-
ratio Dails. Mayor of the city; Hon. T W. Shands. Pres-
dent of lhard of Trustee": Dr. W. W. Davis. Platform
Suia'riite-itdent. and other Chautauqua omffcials. Announce-
meut of prominent program features
E:l p ni Enitertainment extraordinary. Prof. W. Robert Goss.
New York City. presenting the btory of "The Sign of the
Cross' illustrated magnificently. Illustrated songs by
M11.i M. J Itartell. followed by superb colored Moving
Wednesday. February 17th.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
lu.:3 a m. School of Health and Domestic Science. "The
Great White Plague." illustrated by exhibits loaned by
the Anti-Tuberculois Congress. Dr. Carolyn Gelsel. A.
M. M. D. Cooking School: -Diet" and "Character." Demon-
gtration: "Soups and Fruit Nectars." Mrs. Minnie Em-
; :' 1p m. Lecture: "An In. rte.d Crown." Dr. D. AW Howell
Field Secretary of the Chautauqua Movement.
S WI p. In Lecture. "lien Hur." one of the famous stories of
re-, t-i .edar. iH-autifully illustrated by stereopticou views
and .Moiing llcture-a-Prof W. Robert Goa. Illustrated
loilg,. by Mis-S M. J liarte.ll
Thursday. February 18th
9 :3 a ni iliblical Hour Dr W W Dali*
l ;.o a ni School of Health and Lomestic Science. "Fletcherl-
l' and ita kre-ulta Dr. Carol)n Giel.l. Demonstra-
i Rie. M.1arui- Cutlets and l'.me'-rts. Mrs. 'mmons
;; ," i l 'tur- Recltal "Somne American W\Vriters- il Proe-
.*sd V.r,. Wallar ruct. ArIlbur., Chicago Illinuoi
S',i Mri louise- MorKigani Arl.bur.
, ,,, p i (' 1. 8 C Kound Table. 'A Chautauqua Story),"
1:' il W iiowell
' "" 'l | Grand Concert Roble-y Male Quartete Readings
andi lni*-rionalt:eonL b) Itasard T Roble-y. followed b)
llustrated (,sugr .,nd wonderful Mo .ing 'Pittures. Prof
W 'ot.rt Goa ai Friday. February I1th.
a :; U. u 1 Hihli<4l Hour ir W W le is,
1' .,' a n, k hSLol of Hlt-alth and Ikmeatic Sci-nce 'The
i'At tl., gl.> f t the Sn.' k'- .uiiance-. IDr Gelsel ('.,,ilug
t, .1i F' t',J $alt? Mri Fmuaiiittr' An imnportaiit l,..-o,
a1. I ,. ni.u ,< i and full tiu> 'f tI it. afl'rgali i hib' .i .llt
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"Mr.. ieU. PckeUtt Day."
9:32 a im. liiultal Hour lr W W. Davis.
* op 3lm nulhiUtic (aoit rtt Th Lady Washalgtoo Qartitle.
': tt, ur L- lture "O. r. I e as (Other See L's." Ross Cria
faith ujau) crM)i soie -iihe and cartoons, qSth~ wi
wonderful clay Umodeligs.
H ,-, p m o ujminutei' of the r ngmoul Lady Washlgngt QusitaSlm
S::,4 p l. Ie-'ure. "'T..- la'tle of Gettysbtrg." Mrs. Ia llft
('orb 'Pick.l *if -' (ie-n Geowrge C. Ptehett. Ol
ts,- i at Itfled won. 'tall the- plattorm. wheo wIN tAl
Pi kt fatuous charge

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Saturday. February Rth.
a il,li a Hlour lfr W' W Davia.

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* [ s.(.ri&.'l (C-oo ri The Lail' 'asbiuagtga Qugrttte

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ant talk for women only, followed by a qsetio drmww.
Dr. Gelsel.
.: 30 p. m. Grand Concert. Robley Male Queartett., with re
and Impersonatouns by Bayard T. RSy.
5:00 p. m. C. L. C. Round Table. -Vlesms in Cy." Dr. D6
W. Howell.
8:00 p. m. Musical Prelude. Robley Qai tet e.
1 :30 p m. Lecture, -Tramp Thv 7wituer- Dr. W. L
Davidson of Washington, D. C.. linhtaid Ww 1 NObein
ftal stereoptlm views, may superbly anI
rI by a t of rMarkable Moving PitWe6. V.

Deasirng to cooperate with the emurebes f Qd me-v i
every possible way. o services t inM esm with it C
taiqua that will Interfere wil be beM. The SAday eWdl .
Other service will be held as usual ti theC ai m" as
A great ma- meetlag will be elt in the A"f
Afternoon at 3 p. m, to wh all people ar e
A fre-wlU offertag wi l be aeoptd tor th Me tgg l
the Chatumaqa.
3:00 p. a. Oret Masmeetln. Serme, W. WI. L D M
Washlngton. D. C. Special M0 1 y b M a0 X i
Quartette. Specs Cbatu -Ia ml ema

National Hollday-7Washia~'s kailday.
9:30 a. m. Biblical Services, Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. m. School of Halth and Domeosi elmeise. "Mom
Treatment of Dyspepsia" (wbih i)memwm)lmDr. .gg
Cooking School: "'Slads and bladdre Mrs. M
mens. Demomstration: "Luncheon, Dinmer. )@ g
Vegetable Salads with their aceempianing *
3:30 p. m. Reading: "Nieholas Nickelby." O1minv fMM*
story. Mr. William Sterlling Battis Chlem IL
8:00 p. m. Lecture: "The 'm of Uglia ." De W Nit o 1 I,
Philadelphia Pean.
9:30 p. a. Illustrated sogs and 'Movag Pietaur, V. W.i
Goes and Miss M. J. BarteR.
Tuesday. Fbruaiy NwtI
9:30 a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
10:30 a. a. Final session of the S*fo of Uslib --
mestaole Scence. "Noo-Aleoaolc NMiao ( -h
stratom. Cooking Sehool: "Fa flr i
Growth and Repair of the Body. D: n
Croquettes, Various Preparatlmoe o Bo % I j
Nuts." Mrs. Emmons.
3:00 p. a. First eaporstes of tArnua s w lu ndms
Miss LAM Walbr
3:30 p.m. Lecture: The ra Withia Ow a."
:e00 p. a. Whistling solos. Min Lea WafttLs.
8:1 Ip. a. atrtarameat rurdiiatry: "Ui omnarab l js
Dickes." A doses great heaime lla~ in
time. Changes made i the presumeso dof he kl
William Sterling ati.

"Oovernor OGlea Day."
9:30 a. m. Biblinl Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
11:00 a. m. Lecturw: "The Art of Seslg T- ," W t-S
Lowther. Dwight,' Ill.
3:00 p. m. Reading and whialiag salos. Miss lea WarlOMIS
3:30 p.m. Lecure: "The South. Its Poesbtlis boad --abLh
Governor R. B. Glenn of North Carobat. of t I
great orators of the South. The anudsHom w9 0 .4
crowded to the doors.
b:00 p. m. WhistlUng solos. Miss La WalbMge.
8:1l p. m Lecture: "Absolute Zero." Prof. J. kot W-e
land. Rochester. N. Y. Platform crowded with eOgeMe.
apparatus Lecture to be accom oil sorb ag S '
score of brilliant experiment T ghe tt Chg
feature of recent years.

9:30 a. m. Biblical Hour. Dr. W. W. Davis.
11:00 a. m. Lecture: "The Missio of the Pest." Wilt iLkr.
3:00 p. m. Concert, The Lady Washlat Quartste. CMicg
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3:J p. B. Lecture: "WlreteoMe Telegraphy," Prof. J. 3. Wees
land. Delicate ad upeasive apparatus uMed. A aB
edge of this great discovery will be oAied to yes
can not come from the reading of beeie sad
articles. A lecture you aasas arde to ua.
.:oe p. m Concert. The Lady Washlagto QMUrtete.
S:30 p m Ilecture: 'Lmoknlg Human Natur iB the i e
Ross Crane. the famous cartooslet and w-a-e W.i
Oine of the rare entertainers of tae pht~orl. M"h-ude
of pictures drawn in the presence of the saudes. aeWr
musical stuants at the piano. together with a marmlgg
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