Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01555
 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 23, 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: VID01555
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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*pe Oate of te Pemma aal.m
& ewlNt to The general sat argument In think
a n*am_ iuesem m- Mmd that an enemy is
e sIi G erw.- comlag roma the Orient and the state-
g-bI S atI m t Is made that so far as location
-- Te bets is 0meered lea Pedro would be a
SW-sd mW&Mb sa g a sg base for a enemy to operate
Nom tamig p s u O apgast ou ale Coat.
Under the head of "Mase of Con-
MIo "MbAb "-U-l-st," the report says, "Recent study
Sit W M Me to e a dwcloses the fact that. asauming there
l el I I p m ma aof the were no effective naval opposition, a
Sto e the Mimber of certain orieptal power could, within a
ybI i O utgry. mad ift mi th of tiae of its hostile Intentions
'Ni 1- I9 there is o de- began to be even strongly suspected
&S be WA I meI ager mme his (a formal declaration of % 'r u ',
O Iafter he goes out of o d -bt cmr' a .:o : !eu' 1.. :r '
p et o eat hostile legislation. -n our Paiflc aot an -',:,, : ":
-- ran estimated maximum of -.h ,t I
WASENIOWM D. C.. Jan. 2.- KW me -, and t'a,.it -'h : r
t th Wa aWe receMts l sent "be ..:a$<:.Jv by the end of t ,,
at e by 1W eit Rooeevelt. a months, to a t ST 1t h fnerai sai of the The (a, e with which Sat iPedro Ltari-.
W, W besm me public yclerda%. Iunfortifled and through it t-ie nuttir
at rtlweatlons for San ll s Ange.les country could(l(oI I z.. ;,i
hater. California. was mi1ad1e ls i,..?ere.it,

arm Weather Endangers

Modern hysteria, however, manifests
Itself even more generally in mental
than In physical actions. It accounts
for innumerable fads and queer cults
and The Appleton article points out
that the sending of flowtrnc and letters
of sympathy to brutal murderers by
romen ordinarily refined. are mantl-
festatlous of the samne tendency to
hysteria. Occasionally. In the prefeunt
day. a hysterical wave sweeps over a
Ahole community,. just as it did in the
fourteenth century ejilde.nic of Ta-
rantlsm. as %hen practically the % hole
population of london At.nt uild ov,.r
the re lief of the small garrimn at Ma
fkllng in> Soul h Afri<-a during the l. r
w ar. anid indulie. iu rioOil de lie- n -
.tratkii. (th;it d. -i tri,.< l hiunld, 'l- '
hluue-a.n t aid lrnoughtl it i ir v. i.. i < : A

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SGrand Lode of a s Elect Governor Aert V

cb epty Gnd M aster.

JACKSONVILI.E Fla.. Jan. 22.-Af-
ter the election of officers and the ex-
empliflcation of the Master Mason de-



N M D t NEW YORK, Jan. 22.- That the pub-
lie kissing of popular heroes and the
o lbadl"o1Wr lasn that smch showering of attentions on freak mu-
.gd.... JMad t been reached Ina sicians, of which this country has had
view of a poetiMllty of treble with uummerous recent examples. is a form
Jam. of hysteria and a revival of TarantLum,
At the War Department this oifer- the strange coutaqous disorder that
mm was given most explicit denial.
s t wasgiv. e n= that thn g tene spread over foutlrn Europe during
m ht--s s--d._- t-gn eral of s ureb- the fourteenth century. Is suggested
jG. eofAn Pedroby the Februtry number of Apple-
har.tW "dbeen considerntionton's Magalsne In an article by Dr.
am Mym bePierce Bailley. an eminent authority
ge ownV was amy ttedht of ay d on ervous diseases. It is pointed out
t betei the Ut a taatues and that Tarantism was characterized by
Jap.w IT'rae It olas tes a natural dancing. jumping and throwing about
8wy p btoe I v of the Soutlhern Cli- of the arms. Today it would be
rmiy p.es* t teofthreg rn Call-on recognized as hysteria, the disorder
a wtlo~t rom foreign avasionu- by which the higher part of conscious-
dwth ere to y prtic ne loses control and becomes more

was applied spread consternation
Lea Angeles VUaey ta D ar. through Europe. the whole population
As a perely aval ae the general of villages, schools and curvews of-
ta thdtas that an Pedro offers to ten was affected and the trouble wap at-
M enmay eemdaMle advf aitages. its tribute to all sorts of occult cau.-es.
amew this rpose betag with a to withcraft. and to the direct in-
vi e to pwaMtimsM aalst other Auence of the devil.

Deputy Grand Master. Albert W. GU.
chi st. Tallaha.w.,
Senior Grand W\\rden. George B.
IM1 ver. Monticello
juniorr Grand Warden. Cephas L
Wilson, Marianna.
Grand Treasurer, Henry Roblnos,
Grand Secretary. Wilbur P. Webster,
Grand Chaplain. W. B. Y. Wlk~e.
Grand Orator. H. 8. Yerger, Clear
Senior Grand Deacon, James H.
Crane. Tampa.
Junior Grand Deacon. George ILH.
Marshall. Apalachicola.
Grand Standardt.learer. Edmund N.
Holt. Green Cove Springs.
Senior Grand Steward. Charles H.
Ketchum. Key Webt.
Junior Grand Deacon. J. R H.

Grand Pursuivant J. M. SamIl,
C'r-t View
Grand Tyler. John W. Capper. Jack-
soni ille.
At the night ses.lon the new offers
were installed with applrolriate exer-
.'ollowint the installation of oa
cers. the, Grand IAdge committee o0
work ex'-n.llified the Master Masom
degree in a most intere.-ting and Il-
pr,~.-l%, n.ain er
The eightieth communication of the
Grand Lodge then came to an end.
At 3 o'clock third afternoon the
Shri,,rs ~ ill hold a u-li n '* :!g.
and twiji lt t th ; nuaitl ,.... will
le. Il'eld I' i, i:. !, t lS r :, re. from
other ,' *S t :*-r 1 :?. t the
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.Iliry Very Hard to Obtain

To Try Carmack Case

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The Georgia Fruit Crop

~ATLdANTA. J"n. 22 -While Ci47"4,'
Sbeen so material damage. toti. to,,
9 ILU ach crop to daft-. It is, r,'.'0:4 .

L athowr goetteud ar. iitlm-ii r i:I..II- I
b. Ofay e thledt tru tiz'n L l.t4. mid II..It 'AIl, '1,1 I 1

%* alrea y 1luis'rt Into Wol,:z. I 1! 7 1' ,I -"I \ .I .
I'S fr. bowc~err thisb tc. hs a.1I r1i.1
foly 10 isolated oasus jun '..
G~oagt"athouagh s.~ste'1A1" 1. A.~ ..i i, .
Wae bluumAuau-daround AtiL4..1 .4 A.'l11I ti. 't.4,1t44 1o 1" L- -'' V
"Wea daI ar fIbmosrut avati, ab.Ill-&'I I.. ~ .:.rt 4 a
m9owlre ca *bil ul et-*. It41.1 4.-ti t .'' I~
'Wd baa wbe asedlucio abcl \Ow im-mi, is Wm's ir.,i. 7 4(It- I..iii i. % iliI.e I 'd
s ksb elalmwteasaple-the-'w
Wtsham when asked ate 'it tlscto-fill to, 1! 11r 11441 L.Ii~(441 Aiii.~*1

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gree. the eightieth annual communica-
tion of the Most Worshipful Grand
Lodge of Florida. Free and Accepted
Masons, came to a successful close
last night.
The third day's session doubtless
proved the most Interesting of the
i threeday communication. The Grand
Lodge wds called ,rom refreshment to
labor by the grand master, with of-
fleers and members as at previous ses-
sions, and with prayer by the grand
Routine business was. immediately
taken up and then came profitable dis-
cussions upon several subjects most
vit.l to the interests of the fraternity
in Flor', a
Dr Yerger. the grand orator, deliv-
ered a very interesting address, which
%as greatly enjoyed by all present.
upon motion, the thanks of the Grand
litlge were extended to the grand
irator for his excellent an!d interest--
ing address. and he was requested to
.urnileh a copy of such portions of the
address as he deemed prolk-r for pub-
liaction in the annual proceedings.
The committee on memorials. tht
committee on returns and credentials
and other committees made rep|ort..
The election of officers then took
place. the grand master alpointIng
two tellers to conduct th"e election
Th' u.tini of adaneint'lit prevailed.
*raid Ma te.r E K. Ha:t:k.! retiring
after s-vrtI|g two t.'rlvs in The' re-sult of the el'ctioi. uwa- f'l-

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Otmih bae- Wilt Musial omse-
W OmpoW, mteo# Afur ~ .

@Vsk and His MatherI Law."
Manager KalMM baa secured
"Peek sad His Mother-In-Law Abroad"
for Monday Bight at The Baird Thea-
tre. and as It is a comedy in all the
word iplee it is certain that those
who desire an evean:g's enjoyment
will find I this play Just what they
wast--emething to beep them laugh-
i bThe pries- wBM be 50 and 75

uCharley's A-i."
-iarsy' Art" was played to a
i.r saied a dleace at The New Baird
Theatre t alght The second ren
dMli of this peace brought forth con-
sideable applause frem the audience
Present and t work o the members
aUtatmla the caste shBowed improve-
melt ever the Aret performance. The
satire caste will appear la the same
piaee while will be presented to the
Mitoopy people next week. A spe-
eWai train will be rum from here to se-
ammodate thos Who desire to ac-
-omay thems.

sectrief Theatr".
Notwithstanding Galnesville this
season seems an amusement center.
the Electric Theatre with its moiung
pictures renalan a faebkueble attrac-
tion. patrolled by the entire com-
munity. During the present webk
many very interesting scenes have
bees portrayed upon the canvas at this
hall and those to be exhibited to-
alght will. it is promised, be many
and excellent.
While at the afternoon perform-
ea nceenot quite as many pictures are
shown as at night, they are getting
to be quite the rage, both old and
youag attending in increasing num-
AlIha Delta Tau Organiaation.
Among the newest organizations in
the city is a local Greek letter fra.
ternity. organized by eight of Gaines-
ville's popular young people on De-
cember llth. 1908. at the home of Miss
Irene McCreary. Those who consti-
tute the roll of charter members are:
Misse Colson., utch. Fennell. Mc-
Creary. Sadler. Walker. Wbetstone
and Vidal. The membership sill be
enlarged by the addition of several
other young ladies, and Alpha Delta
Tau is distined to become one of the
most popular societies in the city
The meetings are. h, Id twice a month
and will proie to be rery interesting
and beneficial to members
Wednesday) night. at the. honme of
Mr. J F. Futch. 6ul K Church street.
the Alpha Delta IJu's gatle 'hat
might 1wh termed their 'debut recep-
Alut thiar) i a ere prire-slt to par-
lake of tlhlir hobpltalllt The t >lutiu
waM b'autifull) dteorati-d i Ii ldlandl
white he oilora of the ilub alid re-d
ro<.-.. ai ri. in pr fil u ti i l I ght t I ull
At a late h' tiier ile ii, ,i e-,l.,1 e inir-.'
, n ,I 1 ,i ti i f- l '- f ,r g A ll t.
'telt T"au

That geu. Sfotered Very Lwtle W m
the Law Pruao as No One
Was Caugh.

The farmers of the western part
of the county are a happy set. having
ease to congratulate themselves on
disposiag of their ettoU early to the
Prom parties who have bees in that
seetim for the past week the report-
er was informed that the low prices on
the staple had elected them but very
little, as nearly all of them sold early
and got the cream of their product
off before the rapid decline in price.
As a reemit It s said that the farm-
ers and business aterests to that sec-
tiea of the county were never toI bet-
ter shape. and as a cousequenae all
have money and are happy. This good
state of affairs is particularly notice-
able to Collector Dickinson and As-
seusor Colon. who report that their
swces In that section was splendid
and the.people crowded around them
to pay up their taxes at every place


Miss Sallie Williams left yesterday
for Jacksonville. where she will pay
a short visit to friends.
Phillip Miller was among the pa.-
mcngers to Jacksonville yesterday. hav-
ing accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Austin
that far on their return to Virginia.
Major W. R. Thomas left yesterday
for a short visit to Jacksonville. and
incidntally to take in the exhibits of
the Mid-Winter Fair now on in the
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Austin departed
yesterday for Charlottesville. Va..
where they will spend a short while
before proceeding to Staunton to visit
for a few weeks.
B. F. Dawkins. deputy sheriff. has
returned from a week's visit to points
in the western section, where he has
been serving papers in civil cases and
sulomning witnesses.
J. L. Wolfenden of Worthington
Springs was in the city yesterday. He
formerly conducted a crate and basket
mill at Sampson City. but has removed
his plant to the above place.
0. L. Peaster of M canopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He
'tatq that truck is moving from that
section at a very lively rate and the
shipment of lettuce is extra heavy.
Dr. L. Montgomery of Micanrlp.v
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
He was en route to Jacksonville.
where he will blend the next few
days on business and ilea.-ure com-
Mrs. C. R. Carter of Citra, who has
been spending the past few days in
the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F.
Hill. left yesterday for Micanopy.
where she will visit her parents for
the next few days.
T. J. Cougblin of Palatka was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. liHe
was enroute to his home. having come
here for the Iurpoae of delivering a
locomotive to the Lukens Gulf Cypress
Company,. near Cedar Key.
Mrs. T. H. Ellis. 8r. left yesterday
for Waldo, where she will visit her
daughter for a couple of days. She
will be joined today by lMeidanme
('allie Reddick and Lucy McCurty. w ho
are listingg tbe family here.

RI. L Tison. a merchant of Trenton.
was a visitor to the (isty yesterday
lie states that the lo iple of his -ee-
tion are busy making preparations for
spring planting and that husines la
good throughout that r.ction
Cards are out announcing the. al
proachinl marriage of Ethel Laurine
onl) daughter of lar anid %Mr Anidri a
Joll ( of Waildol, it 11 W It liariard
of I.il\. t)k Tihe n. iit %ill txciar ait
ltie illcthtllasi I hu reh tli ,ll Fiebliuar)
There is no case on record of a
cough. cold or Ia grippe deivloping
into lineumon ia after Foley's Honey
aild Tar hias been taken. an It cures
the oliortl obtillate dee| i.ratt-d ioughp.
and colds Wh tak an) take a thiig el
J. W Wl'ulluill & Co
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.pssslss- is s* mw d hi her svafo. 4
ww dumot manswb" th.ew asmee
@8 em"hi. Thk Ni55eld4w.m- UIsmeh
bs e*ly *a "Smdefehee hums an
aw nwdwn =sepulmesew" asmw. %Nowam62aNub
dwsm" Md auwkim. emw sleufm -3
ka rw as do be hm Ow 4d bb hod.ean mab
,., p""wIn"to I is ae7m l ~~i. m:reemipg,
ad do s a. aftssind s~sMmd a o"Umn d

aft-l -e auv dmLE beings aas m.
ofs"ma.mre and -.sosesof
son m me afte a e~ or mns
In toseulanmeseem *Osled" U.&.l Dhmern'y i' emereh
It sh elmmm aldw haxesulms airinasWWeiesOWsad as ffte be"w
mm* su pim, 5.5.1mm mdehrd O afis0rer b.AX imrigg
k$)a eulsisiwypaso
efmemb, N~ M .d bud W mtm edd" Modl.JDe.,,

ellate and will vtldt here agala next
Tax Collector Dicklason and As-
oemor Coleon have returned from Bell
mad Wanae. where they have been
during the present week Ia reference
to tax matters. They claim that the
people in the sectloas visited have
been meettig them promptly and that
everythtat shows that the nectlous
visited are all la a Sourishing condi-

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Monday, Jan. 25


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PRICES 60 and 75 CENTS

Or Ru Buss BAMD
ai Jinee Cucert CL
of Charltston, 8. C..
Will Alpear at
Johnson's Hall
Muq u TmT iy, JaL. 25, 28
Thel.ty Takented Little Muwicians and
Jnl.ili' Singere. Matter amiue'l Coax-
mini, ti.e little Bandmater, is a Won.
,i.,-a MAwical Prodligy.
Rev. D. J. Jenkins, "The (trplmanage
lMau," Presitinkat ani Founder of Jen-
ki-i' Orphlanae and Reforuatory, of
'liarleston, S. C., acctmNpanie' his niusi-
cal organization and will siwak on
'* :arater" uan'< "Rlforin."
fatl iSelections, Plantation Melodies,
.lubil'e Sonp, Itntrdhwntal and Vocal
D)uits-Duets and Quartttes. Military
Comrnetitive Drill for a Primr.
Admi.tsion. Children 15c, Adults 25c.













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Estimates Furni).lwed Prcwptly sad Al
Work Guariateed.
References: Adlrely:
Ludlde & Bate. GAINESUI
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aM r -a ndy File of Any
It the State and Will
S ilce for Years.

B h ef-county new ste.'i \l nul(
-Mnpleted and Is ont- of the-
ab d bebt to t, f
the room Iin the new -'tri'
mre than doubled, ti *
h CWe of fire is better. a- th-
is of steel thrunuigtuit.
d the books are jpl:ia l in tOh.
nMCttou of the iault. aiul in-,.; ,
being only on onil' id.'l "lf t.:
a hber.t-t furv. t1-Y .iif '.l
-b e room.
iogipartments for th- tilmti of
g.pert' ar -. al- .t, 'l I ,! .
the ro,'ni aiind t,1 1 1 t t ;.
wvft. earb ct .;n^ ; -t -t 'r
6j lumtber and inl'i'l i th, I i-
Bjlt are watt"I. ai'.l '.'111:. 1 .
be found by the in I x -v -t,'ni
ia Ishings are all in oxhliz,
gMd prem-nt a ;1' ..:, : t't
appearance. E'.ryt:hinig \; Ill
taken car','of ibh tih xi ce
d the tax booKks. aT:d th-re Is i.1
t large enough to acconm-
these unless the coniisiolon
)li' places arrati,-li u;.Iler tht
Nll ot work will give them the
bMtldes of any place in the State
p e proper handling * papers and books. ;aiIl ih-
ra are to lb. (- m ni,.rnl .-'l
Wiss this new st.I .ttir!
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DAVIS 100 Per Ct.

Pure Is BEST


Because it lasts long-


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than any other paint

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BEST in everything

-in Paint it is Davis
100 Per Cent Pure.


est and covers

Whistler's Arrengement of the Pic-
tures a Joke on the Artists.
It-1:' In ll,'e. w!rv .t: i t :'!td it an
to r .,Ilz, te l u ,Ow i .4 O tw! r;.-!i. W hilm-

%MT DICTATED TO SARJOU. tier vwa as. ,4 t arriane.' theo ;inual
I.lver:i,..l lexhilti, n. :ir'd here. In hi.N
I OnDramatist Wrote and DreA .ii:n w, rd. is lW,,lw lit tid It. n'ceordlna
b greWhile "Under Control." t> I< n .:is !i' 'I.ife < f i V ri -;'
iM he made his r -ai'! :i 1 ""' know th. n':t'e.: "y I.ly by
S thte 4",1 7.ei ba ll-1 -!i '!tV'. I .1. nnd I got
ot plays Victuri.n S:Ord il,. the. th, r.i all In ny ,nllery. aid In the cen-
i gdramatist. who wa. Ipl. in- tr :i t on e ,nd I l e'd the tirtb of
MI h siirltualibin. t.jl a r. the Ia1,y--1lendid--and opl-ilte tbe
Ibli eli",i r.. i.. tk,:i i 4 t.i I ,;i,,y with the nmunstrd pt and opl-o-
H. ie had been itn'* r-.-t.d I:i t I ..e that th, Ilaby with the puppy andl
b pbsmoiita. and. biy chani(c.,. h In the enter. in i ti vsil. the baby
flitocomniunlcatio with a :;>ir i ll. dotoir b.,I.ii: i; puls e. mother
altMty who igned l, r,: .-If "it*er- wiclnin; ton thel other. 1ly the 1 UPahlay." .M1. drdou. who r. c,.tt baby dead-the baly's funeral-baby
S the larger lif. has told from the cradle to the grave -baby In
i lato the larger life. hasi told heaven, bables of all kunds and shapes
ryf his experiirents in an ar.- all along the line; not crowded, you
4)1ie. "Only the Blihndly Igno- know. hung with prper reIWpet for
IfI.," In The February Deline- the baby.
IHe saye.: j"And on the varnishing day In came
Lay. in my room with two the artists, each making for his own
ig,. I thought I would make the baby--amazlng! Ills laly on the line
bII le where we had taken our -nothing could 1ie better! And they
i0 ra about the rooIn. .. I had all shook my hand and thanked me-
Sde when alone. Without ,.ay- and went tu look-at the other men's
hilate when alone. Without a). bl- d tysw babl In front
ithlng I Iput n:y hand (ont h ta- of them. b'lesl e h ind them llb!tes to
b ht It would not budge. I tried the right of them. hlabe-s to left tf
Sall the time. t:ey ,re there them. And thlen--you knw-their
M*e it move. but to no avail. A- faces fell- 'he. ,lhd,'t r'ci ll!';e '.
11 they were gone I could make -and -well- ha. Ih1 they ni'ver nsket'
ShAlt I pleated. eetn jump clear me t)o hL12 tht l *urt- 4 g:in at I.lt
00 floor. So I took up my pencil erpiol'" *- ---

8sed: "But why should you not
th table move while my friends
hare?' The hand which held the
m wrote. "They sere too stupid."
after this, I was sitting by
rble one day. idling, dreaming.
nkling any effort to do anything
lar All of a sudden my
tia to work on the palmer be-
iN With a rapidity and precision
I stolshed fue.
It kept this up for clome to two
I The result aas a fanita>tic
4O work drawn In delicate liaes.
P OBst as a ,plidler'-s,.b and at
b ittom a signatures. lh-i-ard
.0-. "What is it'" I a,.ke'l
Miy auiolniltic hand %%rot.' The
Of Sed.jenborg. on the l'lanelt
This '.a. colinidl.red anL
IrtIous by all my frie-nd.t who
l iat Iwr oiall) I ha I la ap''l
191 dra%%lxg A plat." ua r. ,
4d I ia. giV.u all t, hiitIg tNIl
Vetalt. it It., -ai. iii 1. I rt I.
las a inl,, ,*.! .iht .at. t -, ,f
il l ln .,. 1 i ,,,, ',.
this l i ft. it .1 a li r -
I1 All sor' i -f 1,'1 t. .. nu- l. f-
i All r ,tf. I t I, ,,cU, -* t

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Lin 1,

Arrestea tA && .

ft o a u l t d I l '

Lttle iora


Scientific banking
Consists In punishment only when
a child Is actually bad. Some moth-
ers think that all crying Is badness-
It's not. When your baby cries. look
for pins or some external cause; if
you can't find them give the baby
White's Cream Vermifuge. as the
chances are it is suffering from worms
which keep It hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
ItA action. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
hhal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13, l'. ,. If elected I will
faithful' discharge the dutli-s of th.
olti'c- i P l it f,'ar or fa ,,r I r.
pet tull wall i t lict ithe \o. t of all tr
re .-c-ti' of party affiliation
I'C lAS .1 1 1.I.L

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James Copeland. Charged With Fight.
1ng. Was Discharged. as Was Hen-
ry Beailey. for a Plain Drunk.

Th* I.trn -t .i'i;>,,:, a-, nsbh 4l at
31.r ,1 ,,;irt for -" :ir" tlui"e wa t!..it
F-r: !; t lh* i It wa 's.l-|'te d that
:;I't r* ti:;;.< :;nl -*: a;tlonal t*.-tini toi
Sw, ul'l b e itutrodut<*d.
I .1 t:;.*.* (C', .:ll4 l dl.-ord* .\. nll utif
;. ti-c'.a., d lMa.',-.l Ari.io' a ua-
C'oloiii .'ll-l ,to i' ll i ith In tli hill%.
t !i |.iaT ov il ;light Al. n ;a:
l'r->;nl .d t t,.. .h n ta '-.- f..
''i *, r lt r '1 "h.' ' ...-1 ith '1: :: h,. ha l n .' :a h
In a -r: ,t ,,r 1,.
,** ... t'. r Sh.;.. -. ire..
,l .%r. 4,l Vi h i!, sli-,re!*.rl n i-
-. at .* it -4-: 4 li-xt
M. I! av. l:'-n Alay,,r la3 is %ill retn-
il. r .,i- d* (Is .inl.
Tni- (.a-( oft Al Tot.v-y. ablo charge.
'.' h ,'i-ordi.rly conduct. twva- tak- n un-
*'-r a-l i-* n! ,it until .Monday
Th*- a' t..'. cat-,. arFa \uatchi.i
with much intr,.-t. a.- it is alle- that Shake-,-eare used a knife an'!
.-ta;ile-l young Tousey at the carnival
gr'iundt on Thursday night.
Young Hicks was given two 'dollars
-.nd 'aits for using obscene language
11i the 't'** ? -
Henry i;.-a1'*, a i'la!n (runk. was
di- hr.r i1. but warned not to appear
1.. <*ii .i r -:r ain oin thi- charge

A Religious Author's Statement.
SF'.r several years I was afflicted
...i. .. ...e ai, List winter
I was subid. nly s.tiicken sith a severe
ti..i-i In ;iv kidn'.ys a:id was cotiflned
I to Ib ,l-'iht (dlys unable to get up
wiil .iut a-: -ta c'.(e', My urine con-
tauint*! a thl k vu,;ite -tid;: ient and I
pa.- -t 1 sanc fr, ,i'eutly da and w ti .h'
I comit.need taking Foley s Kiidn,.
It. niedy, and the pain gradually
abated an.d finally ceased and my
urine became normal. I cheerfully
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. McCollum & Co.
A Rattled Bridegroem.
Some few years apo a man of ma-
ture ace fui.d himself playing first
fiddle to nmarrline tells. Then they
bldl themselves away. as others have
done. to Niagara Fnlls. lie chuckled to
hiniself as be took a pen to enter on a
hotel retslter fr the frst time "John
Moe and wife."
lie thlo-ht be vvlr.e with the easy
air of one who bad so written It there
ma.tny years and turned carelessly
On leaving the proprietor Inquired.
"I hope you have enjoyed your honey-
m.won n iin u'<."
*'.ir-r'" l'nt he merely turned the
register l.a'k and pointed to this en-
try. "John ? ,c :. ..1 1 r'<:..*
He had been nas "rattled" as any boy.
-l'blladelphla Ledger.

Whether from colds, heet, stomach
or nervous troubles. Capudlne will
relive you. It's liquid-pleasant to
take-acts Immediately. Try It lOc.
2:c and ,ec at all drug stores.

The Safest Emplcymeit.
The peraou 'A;' l -. la':t-t :.." t. t
trade hlde ri ,: ,* : 1. tp
duc-tin ij the ila,.lat r I; '.p
long as his a. re' I'r dl '.rn. i" .
e<. |wn l1en:it. fruit. r-llk aull 'e',.u
tualdle be 14 I.aff" Ci>''UJ.h fr<',aI bu",1

~att iranit- t. u~ and r...:

eta~rt hthe .rr it u evb..cr.-loublih)lrtb:
111' olv~a~tdt

Tableuts Drugilats refund money if
It falls to cuie E W. GROVE 8 sig
..at,;re is on each box. lac.
Art F:r Art's Sake:
"**1 ;.1 ., ". ;: t ,' i li .' r -
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'!;Ot~k A1Tbi

MWe M" You IaveAlmp eghm4 wwo *bern
in mes Am, over Som",%hes barn* tU M -ig o
'~~ w sand b- benminis ito Ipo
Boow m O D OM MB Upm
AU CounterfeltsImo tom and J a~sdn

guorlaisIsa harmaems beeU ch~ 0% prowl
gowicDopsV"" S&" tl" Sype.it is rum=&
ematalna mther Opium. E Mmphinow efthe eul
inustame.its awe is its gumaratee. I is emop wys
and allays Feverlsbnss. It, cures iaMh&amud
Co~li. It relieves Teething Troubls cures p "
mwd Flatailency. is t sshilaothes .Fed. rqpam soi
lmk sAd Dowel%, giving healthy ~md MMMdM
2%e Childitm's FmneThe Kemuthe'sFrMi.


The Kid Too Hare fAlns

In Use For O,.w 30 YOaSM


A New, id.6Md im|
Steam Heat, Gas and Electric Light.
Located. Service Guarnteed.




Roems 11.15 -aldwi. 8 gildies, Jnesb-it, Fb.

We buy and sell Local Securities of All Kinds. Co
eno0 invited.


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Fire, Life and A^cident *
tminilu et

Pressing the F

If waat-o your saldW in
a&n- ta01t OiUA JOW daiq to
jemirw-il, '.ir or hally bt
leavin yf~ our property mapro.
to-ste-vt by ameurang.is what we
wtimil Utid elo is. We dke's
VA.AIIA J'M)to krut t"atbh pm-

SI* youer Ia',ube is m@.., bAg
t 1'.*- aial.-1sty ill isw incow
r.~ ttor up in Ia make.


I "- COMPAiES :::::: :

L H CUSHMAN, Apit. GaineslMI, aF10



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1. Imm mmp

V" Poem dola

*0-we i wI an
If I
- bG~led

v as

so depart of the -o
ot f beambta county
to tnes puMkic e"boal
WOft eaty is the BrgsIt.
,,, .bom.

a seem uO HYS ftnPlant
'bm wrfmaed usod vith
dM -R~Of his wife.
bmsota e aio co n-
wan me of The

of the can-

~ ~mof Marbe.m smm

Of bmeraIs the
r.~ ~ ~b Iaw wh mbecribe
N" Osomek jourmaL

M iray of cwiles

ot they had
m to arrve.
Ii ~sU Wman fre i"dvid-
*A**, to am son dm

I-ILit kwmme

i~~qW bVbfdOftimsm- 5

WL WSb b BMart ad deaae
p a de us easo r tos a

m w te lsMe heesvo
a -l m OW W. M. Jobs-

...m.. .. lkn b had edr

aea~bt ragMgu tso Mbeset ra

b aft "I have the ber to
4a $ "l at T ar. ae
I t a a. wl*. to v.ef

la d. I mave

1W WWUa aW"Tar. for coughs.
agagp saelag "6"badeourh. It
for infants

owl children

bee a bavle lInthe hbous t
yes haveJ. W. mcsollua a


J- ud Vrii

fa ALL Pol..

I Tomm.m dock awl iwrwm&I;Y a..
abi bi Mr. Mavis C4j~w awl t~k.. a
ok at tiamia.wkatlasytou buy or t.et
ww Wooeawl Dun" logw r -wo

Davis & Oliver
mw Uahiumwill', Fi.'rctma

L WV. idmA & C6. W wAn The
m b iwoCm rhim

NIglet or peeamisml we believe Is
the greatest enemy the public have to
conted with whes applied to the loss
or recovery of health. Practically
every case of cons miption might haves
been cured If hope had been main-
talmed and proper treatment had Ibeen
resorted to at the first symptom of the*
disease. untill the advanced stageP Iq
rehebed. ronsumption it curable. Ca-
tarrh Is responsible we belle'e. for
every a se of consumption. It I- about
starrb we want to talk to you h,'li..
tlcidentally consumption. ailnce the
two are so closely allied.
We have a nmitliclue made fr.zi the'
prescrlptlon of one' of the' mot so-ac.
cessful catarrh iqwclTaltsts kn This medicine has a record of lpr
cent of cures. and we l plleve. it is
positively without an equal. We' are

so satisfied that we are right, that we
will supply the medicine free in every
lastance where It is used according
to direetloms for a reasonable length
of time and falls to cure and give
satisfaction in every particular. We
want everyone la Gainesville to try
tls medielne at our risk. There are
as eodtloms 'or formality attached to
oer oa0r. We put the user under no
obiantlo to us whatever.
The medicine we want you to try
is Really Mucee-Tone. It is a catarrh
remedy that goes direct to the seat
of trouble. It Is carried by the blood
to every part of the system. It see'ka
out and destroys the germs or para-
sites which eausa catarrh. It purl-
mee and enriches the blood, tonev up
the muco-eells. soothes and heals the
tissues that were ravaged by the ca-
tarrhal parasite. and brings about a
eodiltkom of health and strength that
prevents the germs of consumption
from ever getting a start. Ileside*
this. Rexall Mucu-Tone is a wonderful
appetizer, digestive aid and flesh build-
er. Its good effects are felt from ev-
ery flrst dose. It is one of the largest
and most satisfactory selling medl-
elats that we have ever had anything
to do with. We know so much of the
great good that it has done that we
personally back It up with our reputa-
tie. and money, which tact should be
ample guarantee to satlsfy anybody
Rexall Macu-Tome comes In two
glum. ei and $1.00. We urge you to
try I. J. W. MeColm & Co.. corner
amt Mai and Unas seLa

erve Dellaryed b Ow aie O'Cs..e
DaIO '(lOsiai. the famous Irish
agitator., hd a contempt for physical
dangMr. On a certain occasion a mest-
Iag had beae coarTds. and a large
crowd assembled la a room on the Arst
loor of a building In a small city aIn
OCounell was about to address the
people when a antleman, pale with
tear, made hib way to the platform and
boarsely whispered:
"Lberator, the Soor is giving way:
The beam that shore It up are crack-
lang. and we shall fall through in a few
"Keap tleat," said O'Coaell. Theno
nraM g his voics. be addaseod the as-
"I lad that the room in too salwl to
eomlals the number who desire to
esme Ia. so we must leave It and hold
the meting outaMde the building."
At this a few rses and went out, but
the majority rtained their ata. Then
O'Connell aid:
"I will tell you the truth. You are
Irishmen. therefore brave men. The
Boor la giving way, and we must leave
this room at once. It there is a pauic
and a rush to the dor we shlul all bek
preipitated into the room tlelow, but
If you obey my orders te shall be
Maved. Let the twelve tuein unrest the
door go quietly out. theu tie next
twelve, and so on till ail baie g,,ue. I
ball be the last to lease."
Ils listrctionms were ol~.yed to Ilae
letter, and be wanted. 'liatieiit a.ud call,
till all had t ,iie out in a.iftiy Thia,
be walked i huiely I' r*F., Ill, il. uti ilr-
Ixg, craci klih ti r, ret', lilh dthte d.. "r
Just as bthe iwhatter-rlt leI.t ,< &ai%- way
And Ibhu. 1.) ithe frv* f lix.. tr ,iig
SIll. a terrbldeh aa4 iel lit ui au rtied

Mll-t dil- i l i ly h lkin! .ru'tlitii-
f' fulalR c llllll. -, l .t-lte it *t '* iIt
to limim bl.-.i ItUildim k i|lhe. I lI'
to.r n i s i t tr a tii l hI I. it. i > i! M I,
)uu thItar ..> ,l I. .ar t, r.tir ,i !. ir

As aderitlliti thi.d the bthe.t market
four eter)thiiig Ie.e. ahy nut fur )our
personalse rvices? I

I THt MMEo Wcml
NiM-eeh Make Ita h leve Uttr4y
Unless Per Any savrme.
One of the dim-e th.it are ,,-ot strti
Ing In their effects is hnlrsohab. or
C'annabl Indies. largely tnke.n Ii. Alat-
Ic countries. where I used m": -elf to
meet its votarea. Its chief peruliarity
is to make one hlleve lith sill his
might whatever la suirretted to, him
If be Is an Arsh. tell lhim that he I"
a sultan. an straightaway we rinl.er
beads to be cut off. Tell him he ti a
rooster. arl he will ,row. I knew of
two Anwerktans who *experlmptited on
themselves. and when the fOrt was
told that be was like a lw-omontive he
snorted and whstlhil and k'lt gWing
round the table iuffingr .ind l Mwin*-
until he droppe'-d fr11om 1 he111 f:tl--ie
The other wnwmhow emn Idea thit he wnx dead an'd f,'rtliwith
riva t t'liwr:itf dire, t tl-n f,,r M'!< ,vry,
funer 'l till he' wa:vIei r, t na thto
unseemly umirth ,of htils <'ttinpnolnh'
when they' sh,mld h;aiv, w. It.
IIanhe'isth makes Its l7ave utterlv
us.'less fr aty msrvice. nild sto ltih
tle other drugs Tieir %lhtitsm iion
aind mil end in d t '-ni,; doi, t il.
Self nmadel do-nmthlniri.. ,or t'vs,., wvh,
are' o tly drug taking. are n:i' h wr'r<
tlan useless.
As they usually 1do nIt Iw :I1n ti!l :s
adults they ren,.b the w-rkin "-'rilil
of life. they become wretfhied Iurd,:'n,
on the real workers, since our sfwxlal
system lacks any constitutional ennet-
meet whereby. as or-urs in a conmmu-
1ity of bes, the workers systematical
ly put their drones to death.
The opium iend fnrm long living In
an unreal world becomes transformed
Itto the most all round liar In the
land. the very embodiment of un-
veracity. Ohne of them victimized me
with a loan that be might go and
close the eyes of his dying mother
when her eyes needed no such closing
for years afterward.
Another sent from a western city to
his wife a teIlegram which purlported
to come from an undertaker dermnand-
Ing money to lay for shippinug his
body home This money. when It enme.
he. and unfortunately no unlertaker.
pocketed and 1lh'n w'e,;t him way.
'Vp all ittknow what thli cnfirmned
dinrlkidle lm'econe's. but not till the
Judt-i!:,nt 'i, r wilt thet1 w ,,le t *,rv tIe
known of til:f griefs and tears iof lihe
Inno'eiit ,o'ews .!whi nmde to )u.fer whlle he was here.-
Every wdly's Miagizlne.

The Peruna Almanac.
The druggists have alri ady been
supplied with the Peruna almanac for
1909. In addition to the regular
astronomical matter usually furnished
in almanacs. the articles on astrology
are very attractive t- most people.
The mental characteristics of each
Flin are r!ven with faithful accuracy.
A 114t of lucky and unlucky days will
,be turni.hed to those who have our
almanacs. free of charge. Address
The Peruna Co.. Columbus, 0.


Uegature of C zec,

Miss N. Nortou

Novelties, Books, Stitioner)

Souvelrs, Sheet Pictom

ud Pictre Frames .....

M East Ukt tn

On of Wisconsins Mds

Pe-ru-na in t

FI' any I ahv who wou.1 111 naturally a,.kL S'ni.u 'ie lo neve-r ,u.l l' one who Is prejudice uasinf-t Po.runsa? Momi on'- a'tuated by sclfsh moutve
who Is opposing Peruna for the sake of the notoriety?
Would any saneperson who really wanted to know ab<.ut Pcruna ask ay
at the Pt peoplerf f course not.
Who would tl&'y ak? They would ask mothers who habve rai-' used Peruna for their bahies tl:nme without numnter. Th, v" o hli ank '!, parents
whio love their families, and know more about Peruna thai al the' professional
writers in the, w"rld.
Above we tri c' the portrait and testimonial of ore of theln mother!. who hai used
Pe.una, anti who has raised healthy and happy habies,. W. L.a. .many m r.* sach
mothers In ev'ry state In the Unien. These nolerI ri. t:.. ;r t.tet tim'nie !e O
glrely unsoliclted, without pay ,r copectatin of pay. T'. ir only desire o to
olat oUt to other mothers a ueful and reliable family miediae.
Asl Your Druggist for a Free Peruia Alsiaac for I909


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

8w ku In ve U pirtatis if hi Pur Relile.
We an- now itooking orlers for Peas- and otler W-a.et .a,;e -e will be W id to snDl yiou 'rutmv on reque-< it.




The Long Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various aectioMn of fh
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their eqa6
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of oper-
tion with the extensive long distance sting.

lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as
sociatcd Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
con.'e:t 3-y telephone in our systerr

Only by reason of this close trSam
asiangement between thle BI. TOe-
phone companies is it possible to go 0
a Bell Telephone almost any*her-,
ask for "Long Distance" and be put la
communicationn with almost any pOlWt
.1 *hc cr .ntr/,.

with i; es extending to any other city This v st netwoc, of wires, radi.a
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the na.ton, a s do
opera-ted dai'y in : '-r me':e aqd for '- s t PC -
These long dsta-.; -' Ies are of the poses by the banker, the farmer aSd
most mo'- d i ,'ovcd cn"-u- citizens in all walks of if; and o*ur
tion a maintained at a high .. ant ht.c is an ,iupoitant 1 r this
state ,ency. Tte Bell system's. ,.at chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficiuutivice. rabw I

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VONg do eat (;SIMM111ll Ina

MAIlor and PIahliaber


qrw. psatdi~hed every Ow#ailg ex-
&guvered by cartier in the city, or
W jd he rutited lRtttres* P4sie'
ienstgrafire twCCek-%trioctly in

and 5 errists V'ieach a.e. Ill-)a I I

Wee -titt i Si iih t made known

p pV Eulifthe I e C' .y I ...4
gd sutalflI all the at Aot t;ie-
S~te and rre:iet il, ,nt' ti b
free, to any part CA th'e1
*for $: on a year-in n1i--tior-
bdIL4 become cluvc .-iter f~rqtt
getroct r-wrisi4 no~t k n,-. n to tw.
lo pe) forer +-ettti n,-ats ad.

p ter ut bh ,,, *, s, :. I',r, 1 e, *

|I HUmlhri- 0(' r i. t of
SSen ate I" ,ot,. t l' ", .

*e streeL s ,urrounding tlhe
pi@ar are j)aved with iitrifled
i avillle will Ie' -tI!l .,I or' at-
I t* visitors.

gi who ii. alwat. geoinIg to ido
S ever dos. anl lit to Ieut
b this lit'. V W ha.t thl'- ,il'll
b ot nit r. Int *t, 'ieni lh,'v 4'. l

cotton hi.4 i: .. i*- :d ini : i
ge dollars li r tal- dtilrinig t!.*
g e months. ,Se o:t lainl coiton,,i
".has not scored much of anl
Ila pri,.

ianlrb all that (n:.* may acquir.'
atdlng and trae,.I and not t)o in
S y of that kno l..dAge. ii the I
eg others is nothing but re- i
P khnets.

European war ,cares ha.*-
itl In cold etorag)t- uitil th'e l."-
agaln beconit urgent for rais.-
to tide over gaping deficits

lAderson. Abu if tto iretide
Sbearing of *;'..' *-: '.40 114
Onl Oil ca. ret.ldz's to 'K;-fIIy
as to whether bhe c('omlutet
b e Ht barrel or the, trainloal.

taUve "Pete" .itehlurn and
)-minittee ha ing relwIrted that
tMM dam will hold water. Con-
wil know what to do with Se'n-
pkinso"' proposition h to ral-c thit
II ht another $1.,ee, wo.
sm is in ret. *lt ,j: rlibt.lh I'
to the .fT;', onI
eelUnlment Iuilding to I- e r,'-ete.d
city will not be- d-l.iyt-d i
hast. lion F'r:i:k Clark -"',
well in hand at \Vashht-
id we will woou hale a public
which will be. a (r,.ilt to the

SIft is pleased tu note itt htS.
6 h~bto.,Jr.. has been jeu ro~uuted
eAssistantut-Gunral i'a,-ae'iger
oft the' Se-alioard Air Edit.-

tO his fr-tumd-.. in (imte of Ol- r
419Stien Iaild ('I''. r raiilroad mlen

'iui' i nt (e %,1 l.-- j l 2tis iti-it

A 1 1O t a Irj a ( 'i I :. f '
elmith'1 dl Ill.-

itg b) ir i- ,)k t w

*A ma~. Ilb1 4 1 e il 11- -

by I.,d 4 c
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u:rtht v ash' -in. iiig tht. rs a. zi r ('e:.r.

Ste iia 1. :, roi- i t %,.I 11W

S. 'Tattir Irtimn a S'wut htrt State ha-,

I', n an object of ril'icule or stUs"l-
ci, n or has l,.'-n held ul) tI'fore th.'
country as a kind of t rry Andrew
-r ( ne N.[ .V t.4 lO we think S.::' rt
t,Woile gt-nl'ially ar, he 'ceing a i'tti'
hiredd of their exlm-rlnti-nt. With some
recent examiples before them, we be-
li.eve their dispositioin hreafte'r will
tbv to require ot a'l'n.dtt State,., Svn-
ator something more than the abllit.
to be noisy and to be able to put forth
running to api'al to class irt'-judices
and denuuciatiop"- of an imaginary
aris-tocracy. If they cannot find real
tid con pliu inou- tal ntt and int 1 t
r'onilbin d w.th Ipro l"d jlara*tr ai.l
ilisnit% the y lli i .l'i!' iUeIn v. ho in i
the c'lliondu of their own tiu~init-
h:i\e (d.-nt -trats-s Mid -ie.Trgy ale:.v with highh ,taindarl-
of conduct and othlcs \W'*' le1 li*.
the' la. oI tl., d,' iao guei'. th' bllathler
Skill* aind the nol oe.*r in the South and that eprsetiattl
we -ill tw back to uiir old or,.i l) andi
kindly way of doing things and our
old respect and t.agerness for real
ability, force Iud exalted cleanliness
of life and *lblity of piurio). e

The little folk will -.,Mn discard
their "Te.ddy l.ears" and fondly ca
re-s the "Itill l'ostiunm-' lut the\'
had l-Itt r tI' carcfui how th'-y lea the-ir nite- i-'ta. within reach of the-
o)lt dark,

,i \i *.) liii-, C('I[ ** TI li Ns., i
I.1, 4 t Ci l N I
Flra:ik J C.' ne') muiakes. o.'h that
lh I- t <-einitr I at tlt r of the flrn of
I' .I. ( 'I. .. 2 t i ild. it.-im !*' il.
t).. ('( ,(, 14 I ,1 Co :' .'st .11, <1 St.atl
f,,a -s.,,I a:ui th.t .sI.ft frin will pa.
,| ~I e, f ( \ 1- I l' li! I *(*!.
I. 1 l ir .. .11.*I ,i. a osf .1
tl.a ', t i .It : i. t I,,s ur,. bs tll. ,* ,
S11 t'.it.arrh Curt.
F'It.NK J Cll:' |Y
S ,rh so *, i .- t.. hitl *- .. :1 !
.t, 1; I 1 r t t t. : .. *
S A ) 1' .
4 \\' 11.1; 4 \ \
SS. ;t I Nolar) Pubtlic
iilll- t'a' (i C u tr I t.k'. I0 I;.
t, I ... i. ,l i.l. dl t dimti n 1 :4 It". t !,*e'l
l. I .. t.' Ui t l stl'.<< uf t z, t ) -t tl
S. i ,r te* t inl l.t fr, ,r.
i J tI HE\EY & C "'l TulhJo ,
S '1 t,% uil dru gS t1 ''T;c.
t ,k. l l.l ,'A i.ll. I i' for (t', -tl

The' bl'?Ilau'le i'iRilt.'eora iNe.a --*it
nuo% i It- .1 t h it NilT alk,~ ~

'i it'in ht-r oI I l .i'% WhII,, a it fI

W~dIWI of e-Itfitiefilita H t ? mi tcIn. r- ina t
Souithe. lleeti It-, t- .kit v ;'rt at L .

I- a e~~seti tle hCs'1
:e 4- to I s r- i I rf 1til. t h -
otf tho- Tlr.-.i-urk, lb.-;sartmeseA t est.I.
*ef Iwi h h eI'lis-oit F h-r !.te t i~

4 o If II '(
'Itilf. t *' of tilt,

L i.' s litc AIiTt h, N()MC I -(fI o- M i
wat- i III 'It, th ir a t-t i tiidv t4 l

wr mk I I at 'i% i. I 2. i4I:i = t~i
po2rI5-; iio ort?)1 E 'eI im .iil' ct7a. I
-l Tho- Spine Irg fllllit I iM,- *,p r:4Il
-111% -It woi~ u Id is .. I' a i 111 one e 'W-
1 ".14111 thw et' 'ie teeif no.ficial~ i
rv*int- refistcit hast iiii' ( vu 'of%4e il l
A- iitl, I!uth--iithe ne lr~ oodlargo- ocau e i~t li
jeton- t Ien Ow th-a ime'f'h Vv--

ITh q !I ,,r I '%e11 '. !!- geIk -I i1 .14'
Ia of It W U 4et C tIII Ik .''I -
1 1;0dd f\i' I alfrr. vt ;lei-lit il r i.w.":
Isrt- I, nt 1,de s itth H, art 11 ot creeS
~1idss I ith a IthI neuepe 'd are- t h
I is ta 'a I *tt 4 i- eeI t '(:e;I I lut1ser Zt I II )


SI I', -i 1 : ,- ; l ,- thr I ,t IT
VL(:it ? i, 'a- ) ', ; 'rtA!,it\y f.,r
'!Ir II at .'. : 11 th d--
-r11( iSl :i C :t ; 1 th. -war.
"(e .ral I.. a'i t) to 1 nl :
A" "As !.l rs you srv(ed your
.-t t f e.tit'luill ,u t ,' hl ;.our (dut y.
y,,u ri-,kl y)our lI\,s in tht st-r lc
o4f : oulir co,:itry; but \oiir Stat. nt-ds
you today otrse,' than it n,-..d0.d you
in ,::;r It ha r hard rM!,enlAn s to st-
f It. t.':!r : tr T -'' hiF Fl -* o 11
S ':"I ,I, :i :-r vli.-s- ry r -,ry o.n.m!-
'" -1 4Too it .' t State, has a right
i to a-k <);i to tIani, 1v it In th.U'-.
1...- I t i i,l ar o to h-el| to rebuild
r' ( 1, '', !" )OU
l>,) ;airi ,i\V to .,) ir Sta.t.- i il'-r th -.~#-,
' tn l:'in t'i,' .-. t ,' d. \,)ti :i( to) it.
th< .-*ar -. -lf-.-acrifl(. that you ianu .
to it at IL. ali of war
If it h 'I h 1 L.. il. 0 f, r rt lI
tl.,'ur t .)f theli. r.-.aT.'C. *i l, rat. sfol
lie'r to ha,>e bhe.hn chiri-
the hIundr. 1- o)f th,11: hands of youngI
\ iril.- nrn who lI.ft this section with.
in a fe-A years ai'ftr the war. and thoe
Itwo and a half million who have left
it idurig- th.- pl.a: forty years. had
h# s'l 11 'I* toi fli', Ait 'r i oI o CO'i- for
the ir .nerety. emnilly.nmen. t for their tal-
i'.wheti'her o(f hbraino r nituscle. what
.' nitghty diffe're nce' the-re would have
b .-n. not only in the South. but in
othur sections. The South would have
gained the energv of the lieople and
the energy of the children bWrn to
them. hill, other sections which have
Iwen enriched by their work wruld
to that extent have made less relative
progress than they have made..

No one cam dream himself Into char-
acter: he must hammer and forge It.
and that means hard work-but it


A maa usually buys a hat that's "
style." but the modern hat for men Las
lots to answer for
Baldhea4m are growlag more numer-
ous every day. Hat make excellent
breeding places for the parasitic germs
which ap the Uf from the roots of the
When yror hair beata to fall out aad
your scalp is full of Dandruff it is a
sure sina that thoe oiatleas g*rms are
busily at worLk
There is but o o way to overcome the
trouble and kill the germ--that way Is
to apply Newtbro's Herpcide to the
sealp-it will ill the germs and healthy
hair is sure to result.
&old by oadlng druistst. lend te in
stamp* for sample to-The H irpicid Co..
Detruit, Mch.c
Two slse-60 ceIts and 81A0.
J. 8. BoI41or & Co-. SpeIal Agemts
1 -- & O I
W c f r %'.!.&&f MM
1"oirP It*uo* t. ,rt .crittwo,
asastwr1. 4 *a f t o uco*e *ixsbreae .
P .ors (oss(es e Persi ( al... s moat eMua
T titaamiPai .. .. lt ur p.l-,us. f e
Clasb:.i lei hee
FL4. of.S ciit in p0sh Vwrar
t,, esT.. ,prpe .4
S lip :~ & 01A

,2 'WAY
pmockki I pt o


'ei ~ ~ ~ ~ i- t \ Ie'Thremtih Siethegi
'~' le ~'. 'sleli. I',kI te ftie

t c e

PUELYT YMe3M ai3 Ta amei NH
with Calomd. Armie or koiAnekI 31-i3o -
teed cure for lI disemes produced b aTU
"nd Imn URE L. t will wuenurLa wite ai=
1g any of the deadly e*efct of many drug Mie tr M
purpo.sa One bottle purchased today mayev ft V
Ssa.ck i ll tomorrow. Quickly eurs M

Dr. A. J. Hannah,. a alesd physicidMm Sat
Fla.ays: I hav bM HeM b H u A-I
s ON mi wll pledaedmE= t r ehe ah -

LarOBDte., 5Ld A i hi dmm

Balard Snow Un C
L. LOM A* g I JL

W. M 3O SO1

Tampa & Jacksonville Rail'y


Leave Gainesville for Mficanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ........ .......... 10:10 *8
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p
Leave Gi'nesville for Sampson City, PaIatka
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:.00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................ 9:0 p

A. L Glass, Ge. Set.




North, Seoit, Eat

Consult the "Purpi

For detailed information, rates
ervations, see your nearest
write to or call

Div. Pass. Agt t,
Atlutic Coast Lime, JMack

L LE S.*u. T~k t~"v



e Folder"

schedules and ra-
Ticket Apnt,

Tm. PIm. Al,
.WiNoi FWeiM.

Air Line Railway
~. Y't e'~ tr~ld 1. I te* -ter WIIN.. am &d L C. Daewoo liu
~i~V'~.N~H (0'"'i 't1,('AIIE.SOUTHERUN PINU.
f lit ~l* ~ '. *ASHISl(.%Urb. MALTIMORE9.
P'iIl' Isj*iiA. NEW 'YO)RK
laltil.%&.,%T TRAIN% DAILY

-i: j~ 11'YI \-lC(UNI1) LIM ITED
~~i: 1) FD:lit I If1[A FAST MAIL

mJI I L'U-1 aId pulalSt" F61
ill I.. .('11 slid m. Augu otime ;2: Fail-

.~ m I I J .'5 N. A I ievsttdbj. p a
Ieor Imlu'5larei,, tatieea 834 bul.-epaJg corr erimlws "If SO ANY
A gral 1%fbbgfd, oer writ% ,J. 1.%l ON h), j r.,9 AAsmuaml VUsMr
Vasorierr'A erSat, J&e heis114. loc Irida.
pu.;es*0w log as@ a

IA.-UIt .11 ttjl. m- I., '% If

MINS=; th.mris i

A tgmp '1 ivse
IIAkyour s4,e(xt' V'.'-' Sarspaill i
v~~tt'astly hac'

IL CU1MAN, Ant, Gainnesvfle I

A Healthy Uver Makes

A Well Man

i~r -'

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to be so
~Islw at 71
-- -Id
mom ~tiof ~


- melmedefbk

sWm of

~. Valso-s

mod 0 u -

fised with
49 andly. in
m am ings
~4S4V we emit

ow -ee
MID Ubruv

Af me bas

-m =

A .

)"W*Iry stores.

crVIc church.
SA&mtA ekweree.
a' dAt Mew er.
aware stores.
u Ipemature stores.
= i teum a eume areas.
S4.oM dtorage plaL
S Weekly ewsMpar.
OWN dry owda stores.
TMe old driak Sta i.
bseitrtaalght pleat.
Thro rauways "yatem.L
ht benevolent orders.
so Iplcopal churches.
aUnited States land office.
lte chemical laboratory.
Thirteean Suday schools
TW veterinary surstqbEi
2- Prebyterian church
Two gar maanufactories
SW real estate agencies
Vehateer ire 4Itartmentt
f tlm ber compass e
MM ethodlst ehurch-e
tas e had organization
photograph salh-ries
mOVib p lture showk.
Si e ---aews-aper.


DIL 030.. .WALDO,


sl mum... leaml t aMsm smee t f
OWI .,IM, SI. Ain L",g DIstam.,


No, 364.

Oraham Building, over
& Earle's store. Phone

L)A. fDVERE a. ORRlbo

as" am&.



ame eseDRU~Ma W& ft

GWN=USILSAlasbe Ce.. VL.
oft@inis Iasmm r..

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Lad lOlleWise, a qahs
Le Dif .Ce vyss %Meawte
eelPuesle.All businessPremse
Useed O.s"fsea me., dtoron
~ee. GAZ35YU3, 114513*,A


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Pibsg a in aN Omts

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NEW U0(M)D5....

Al. V %I -' )ON

3053 a!%T ,

andMON ft~t Lk.
bf 500 @6! seadro

Pr'6.a. *L6*L4hJL to6, 1%*
LO U". ma. of I C *bIL .I
WU..ph5 5Florid&i

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Porsa Winater Cha-tauqua.
Oe crate ad baet factory.
One lWot Cahb readfla room.
Agutetral experiment tauon.
lorida Winter Bible Conference.
Plve dreusmaklag establishments.
Natliosl Odd Fello w* analtarium.
Three undertaking **tablishnments.
Irmtlb essewerage system. $17,5.000.
Two f the best hotels In the In-
Two wbolsalek grain and feed
Two wholesale grocery establish-
Water "that has made Galnesville
The amest opera house to the State
oats4e of Jacksotville.
A Gover-me-t building soon to be
ereetod to cost when completed
Larpenters, m ons,. plastererp.
painters, printers machinlsts and la-
horesg meo galore.
More miles of paved streets and
ranolttic sidewalks than any other
town In the Interior of the State.
An $.5,000 court house built of brick
and stone-e beautiful structure and
tin law1n. lower beds, shrubbery,
Cofederat. monu.ment, etc.. rround-
lag it, make It a most attractive plc-

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.
anit a4u1e A Th S D 0 Un.ad Pi .1 .gU::

onsIIIIo Ul I

The Contest to

Behalf of Bush

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

April 15th, 1909

In addition to the Piano th
on a new $4,M Howard Pia
as a first or initial p aymein
given in this voting contest
To the first sis rce IthM o
To !e succ mi rceis q the-
To to mnxt i rcimi thde
There due bills may b
for any value they inmy seet
chase of one of these new F

1uG n. nluWalU bu. U Miami,

be Conducted by THE SUN in

& Safford. : : : : :


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

tional Gifts
lere will be is.ued l y The Bush A- Safford i'Piano Co.,
ino, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to) i' used
t on a new Howard Piano. Thect( dlue I, il- will l-e
t as follows, to persons residing ii Alachu'mui Coty:
Sto the hisst ste,a i e f far....... $20O.0
est o stes. ad e I f eawc fdi .........175.10
zt OWi t.i a h Wfor each sfr....... .. $150.0I
e used by the winners or can Ihe disposed of to anyone
- fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-

In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize -iniilar in a!! respects there-
to will be given each of those timing.

How and Where to Get
-- .= Votes
The following merchant will give one vote
for every cent paid into their establishment for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.

Where Votes
Ballot boxes will be
meats of the merchants
Bun office. Votes sent I
to the Voting Contest 1
Galnevlille. Florida.


may k Cust
found in the establish.
giving votes and at The
by mall must be directed
IDpartment of The Sun.t


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living It
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by uome reputable
wperon to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro-
prietorb of the above-naimtd flrmni are eligible to
participate in this contest, and will participate in
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstandingt bettwe'
candidates or others interested in 'I..- couteSt.
such controversyy may be rft..fr' d T, the cou-
ductors of cmitlt'%t. %ho alone ar. t:i.- pertonfz
quallfled to ro.nder decision,.
4 In the event a candidate de-l* to ~ h1-
draw from tihe r.ne. u.th candidate ~ I nIvt It'
allo !ued to train fe, r \ttite to the c(r ndit f .1a ottier
caiididate inI tl.t ...e t


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

400 votesI'
400 votes

$2.50--8ix mouths' subscription .. ................... 1,000 votes

$5.00-One year's subscription ...... ..

For a club of five oue-year subscriptiS,
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscr


S1.00-- Out ytyl 'b &udici ptioll.
For it club oftireveoar-) el au,AtSU ,

. 3.000 votes

:.' April 1, 19;-).. .5.000 votes

(bfure April 1)

k!j ) votes


'.b r r ',
500 votes
1,200 vots
3,500 votes
30.000 votts
30,000 votes

1Oo0 Vctt'

'I lo I, I... I ljt I ; ., .

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propritors
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wt Hise Rxhibitien

a an*ster 'etrmlo-
i be mpsredtol In the
-wlwea I C4nseted to
emtroq"lasm. and the
geWw very still.

No the thick follalg. I
a .i- and ae ry vo*:
ut are you doing up
amset a thin young

i o harm. miter. r
i the big bu.
6%nVis d at one another.
iat!vcly. rolling my-
I went eon
SW give you permis lon
We that tree?
The eOnod peom, sir.

L-'L s0o ta there' no
b it e careful not to tall.
MoW m see you.
mais,' u mid the humble
Smy audience and amled
gtMpIantly. They broke
sppiouse. They Imd
Sh wrer listened to res-
a empM And they were
ia*-IEmado Answers.

11 d Weather Retreet.
goags msugangle together for
Ia Uttr weather, as the squir-
1 rats. Thoee who go rat-
and dells In the winter
w may try a dezen freshly
without finding a rat.
ly frm a single hole the
e~~aSe I't cr:... out ln n strenal
far. Twenty or more rats
p*stber In one bole.
r clevcor enough to t'ar-k up
*a the wlndwird Pide to keep,
draft. so thit when a rit hole
aewly stlpived with ,it. tur-
or graI s here in alauost 'er-
tlon that rits nre within
squirrl.s. t:'.vy t r,. foe d for
and the kL"',!or rn;y find It
d11cult to s ,,-cure hi< jiotatoes
*est thnn fr min the ntta-k of the
i.erosa of hits furred fe s -
m Pandard.

Swr W w *L noand wirP.
CAPUDINE is the best reme-
the aching and feverish- Notice.
the cold and restores All li rsons holding stock or having
editions. It's liquid-effects lalinis against the Continental Nation-
t. 10c, 25c and 50c at drug i;1l ill'dilng and l.an A ;oclatl.),. or
tk: Fernandlina lluilding: and Lonn A:,
Sasoclatlon. are hereby notified to pre-
'arerial Monstrosita*o. .* nt the said Ftock or claims to me as
ae Mien we meet every day .i cial Maiter in a rause l-.ndirg in
ill such sartorial liberties as th, Circuit Court of the Eighth Judl-
ive one to deepmlr. We hare .citi Crcult of Floridi. in and for
.imi scb monstrous combina- Alachua county. In Chanc I- brown boots and frock cot, Parker et al. are complainants.
bW and lounge suits and frock H C Parker et al ar, .omllaiants.
S sd bowlers, and we are even and the Continental National Building
~08argelvee to the expectation and I.oan Association. and the Fernan.
Shet a kilted highlander In a silk dina.i building and Ivan Association et
'"-London Outfitter. al are defendants. and 1prois. samn t,'.
,-- fre m. on or before February 24th.
Practical. 1:*,. C. LAYTON.
' Yug man has tele-raphed me Si-clal .Master.
h 1 has Just wedded my daugh-

B hpbe 's a goud practical man."
iIIu hbe ii. lie wired me col-
-.iras City Independent.

Reached To* Far.
saI the bankrupt. "I lost my
reching for an Ideal."
Vy Interesting And what was
bigger fortune than I bad."-
Desirable Contributions.
S elf-Pennit,.r tihl nme that the
- 4magau1 nesv were clamoring for his
lhu>tians Knolorham-No won-
. He writes full page ads.-UJppt-

Two Million Bottles
ft rry l)uni.- Ii'.;iikilli-r ~iold eT.vry
111. Think (of t' And .tlry bo)ttlt
S"esenionlt v-uN .-riIK and hellilig
S hunumauj t-'itx i4 i healhi and ha|'l-
'b5!- Thisi oud.rful hout'ehold
istoiy stol| thf ipaiai of b|lraiiis.
or brui. .,. it t.-ii, %..- rhtunia-
or littur.i l. it i ur,.. colds..
tlt,' ( S be a bottle. o, l *lour .itlh s. Ju.-,t
lee. re rd me t iar tti. Iii i a r of trutil,
WW i t" e l.1 ( t., I : .-., (', It.- ,lhdi
Si t Is "a, II -iii ,. .it- .urt
VW drullxI-t aI ,. I I-'.rr. l%1:'
a ftitn. Sml a4l ( n ,ila. a Sunl

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la grippe coughs that may
develop Into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Foley's Honey
and Tar. The sore and Inflamed lungs
ar. healed and strengthened, and a
dangerous condition is quickly avert-
ed. Take only Foley's Honey and Tar
In the yellow package. J. W. McCol-
lum & Co
Grote and His Wife.
The wife of the hIllt,,ri:n Grtev

must have been an e*tra;, rl"-try "a o
ni.iu Sbe rode without a n, dle. sir-
waL neot afraid to lput off in a ,-sat
wiitl t ul l.4a i. aui.! ::c muas pii 'L.
ti'eough to tu rrv l.,Ir I', er it !AUt
i.,s'mls l,,Ih n d r ; turni hIKi I ilf a 1!
so. a: :a %- ld ;al' ut Ii $'d .
, .li atl t'.i, l..a1' u, a! lh r 1. r I ti
hb r",v fuPl.liut. "'I 4!. l tb i ,tiNIb
4 u., 1 h. fa, r lhe bi I. d.LlLk. aud ihe-
a i.erie't't p.n' leiiiaii."

Y'u a would not dtlay ttakinK Po' '
Kt .:.ty Itermedy at the flrst .ign of
kidney or bladder trouble If )ou rTea
lize-d that negl-c't nlmght result In
Irin ht di aP Kidn'y HtUinedy correc-ts trreKulari-
tie A t a al(ur-.- all k.1'n, v andm l.t.,ar'
dlaordt. rp. J. W\" MCollum& Co.


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Had Sixty Boils when but Six Months
Old-Was Annually Attacked by
as Humor--It Looked Red Like a
Scald and Spread Over Half Her
Head-Both Troubles are Cured.
"When my little Vivian was alout
ilx months old, her papa had a bhl n
his fotrhrad. At
that time the chi
9wa% covered with
prrk'ly heat and I
suppose in scraMtch-
i it. her own head
a became infert d for
it broke out in boils,
aonea rter another.
She bad about sixty
In a.ul and I aeit
S Cukrn Soap a8d
SCutiura Olatmmt
S 1, .whieh1 cued her of
Utm eut leny. Them.
sometime later. her Uttle foot wot oe
between the toes. Being draid it WM
sa rheum. I poke to o d r.
Ke pwder which dried it up.
Itbro out behid her
ears. They craked ha way around
and the humor spread up on to a head
until, on Several ooois. It was nearly
hal covered. The humor looked like a
scald. very red with a sticky. delr fuid
ig fro it. This rrd every
rear. I think it was toward the pring.
I always bathed It with warm water an
Cutcura asp and appliedCuticur
Ointment whih never faled to heal it
up. The last time it broke out was
when she was six yeas old. It became
so bad that I was discouraged. Then
I procured a bottle of Cutkoura Rmeolv-
rt which soon cleared it out of her
blood. I continued the ue of Cuticura
=ap and Ointment with the Resorlvent
until he was perfectly well. She i now
about eight Vears old and has never
been troubled in the last two year,.
We also find Cuticura Reolvent a good
spring medicine and we are just giving
the children (uticura Reol vet Pills
as a tonic. We do not think any en can
pr se Cutiicra Remedies too highly.
Mrs. M. A. Schwerin. f74 Rpring Welle
Ave.. Detroit. Mich.. Feb. 24. 1909.'
r('nupn RxterNal and Inltera TvstmotOt t
wrr HNr of lmntam. (iladrm and Adult. ve-
Mlsa of C'u:lrrsmg asei2r ) to CIm ithe- Ska.
('1ltruraOtmetnlt a toto Hefl wS Mkhin arid c'utt-
crum kee n i.rWr i, ,fIor tM Te freM at ('ofwolato
eMtPid P~a11 2r- per vatl nof) to Parlty the 1 t.d.
tlo throrlag the' wori d P.'ttrr ina A < nbm.
Corm A*le Pr-ps. ot'in. Mar
rMiIIdr Frw. Cn*cura om A os kt la I em

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution dated
DecenLLer 29th. l9on. and issued out
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty. Florida. upon a certain Judgment
in favor of W. R. Thomas, plaintiff,
and against Lydia Drake, defendant.
being directed to all and singular the
sheriffs of Florida. 1. the undersigned
:herlff of Alachua county. Florida.
have levied upon and will sell at pub-
lic outcry before the court house door.
in Gainesvivll:. Fklorida, on Monday.
the first day of February. A. D. 1909.
between the legal hours of sale. to
the highest and best bidder therefore
or cash, the following described lands,
situate In Alachua county., Florida.
Lot Number of Block Number
23. Brush's Addition to Gainesville
Florida. said lot being described as
follows: Commencing on the east
boundary line of Arredondo street at
a point 135 feet rorth of the north
line of West Seminary street and ex-
tending thence North 112 feet along
said east boundary line of Arredondo
street; thence East 59 feet; thence
South 108 feet: thence Westerly 59t
feet. more or less, to the point of be-
Together with the tenements and
appurtenances thereunto belonging
The same ha lng been levied upon
as the prolwrty of said Lydia Drake
to satisfy said execution and costs.
and the lien of said plaintiffs judg-
ment upon baid property.
Sheriff Alachus County. Fla.
T B. EL.IS. Jr
Attorney for Plaintiff.


Covers the south to Floral
City; eart Uc (k-alsa sI It-
7on4l; u,.wt to slisaunnlr bRi-
ver, north Ito Alaclusa. Hilhi
ansi Wurthlngton pilrns,,
('r.iar Ne), and all itrerunal-
MTll.l-, -AW-MIILLS andl FARM
Mrs-V-a'- and Anoser
feor On Pr .

East Florida Telephone Co
Thn LMqfst... Ssltf

He V"r- Gwdr.y.
1 ,. -r-t Ir .-!Ot., r t ntv -I
S '. tn .t ,* I if i,,' :* '. *,' ling
S, .it 1 I *1 i'urd-l.,r nt I'! *nn .'l
Tl'.' rr tii14t.i l r t l *iikl e U % s 5ow
F.:rl,'nx .:-ilnqt ti,.e trioner that tbhe
;ury had air. :aly determined upon
their v.*rdilt of guilty. when the man
suppoad t, hnve I el murdered was
br oih: Into court. alive and unburt.
Tbh Jury were desired to return thelr
rodk*t at .wve. and they did ao. but t
was one of guUty.
"What.' exclaimed the astonished
judse. "What dose this mean? It
the man has not bwe murdered bow
can the prisoner be gaUty?"
"Please. your bhoor." Mid the tfo-
man. "ee gullty. He stole my bay
mare three yvarn ago.'"--Omahba World.

Teo Mush Face.
You feel as If you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia. don't
you? save the face-you may need
It. but get rid of the neuralgia by
applying Ballard's Snow Intment
finest thing In the world for rbeu-
matism, neuralgia, burns. cuts, s-calds.
lame back and all palas. SoM by W.
M. Johnson.

l.eAM of PuIWi.
The bIthmt. the mrnt prply Iatiue-
tive. effort of mere pluck has a liftui
power and eser our thankful ad-
miration. Ewry degree and every
form of courage tends to raise the
whole towe of life within the rame of
Its Inflamee in proportion tothe amount
and the quality of the endurance ezer-
clsed.-HIldwart Journal

Every Mother
Is ,r 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 seri-
ous. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complication. Bold by W. M.




ft wm Help You

4* 1nffmed 9 yen" writes MM. SahJZo6Ha
kis, of Cary, Ky. "I had female trouble and woM
nearly cramp to death. My back and wkd wd
early kill me with pain. I tried er th aM
relief, but failed, and at last begm to l5
Now I can do my housework with me ad I he
Cardui t he praise for the health I enj Tr.

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The o1 a xaz that ktat ia wor
ina for is st 11 true true of the mo0
The tbin.g you want-whether
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ip tke finest biscuitcake, hot-breads, crusts or
are required Royal is indispensable.
i, Is equally valuable in the preparation of plain,
Wsrtial, every-day foods, for all occasions.
Royal is the only BaDi Powder
m from Royal Grape Crem of Tartr
_M o from p*-aII

Dcrsey's Delight Coffee.
Suturda:. night Ei.ctric Theatrue.
(;rtand array of rmi nig pictures to-
night at KElectric Theatre.
Ha'e talk' It not you can soon.
J II. Kennard of Waldo was a
i .lto)r to (;aine. illl Friday4
Special attention paid to ladies'
trade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Thitt-'i th,.-ctnt coffee only 1T2i
(ciit.- at The .Magnet. Ask Saunde rs.
.1. N. \\ llh, of Williston %as among
the business visitors to the city Fri-

Full line of choice tender meats.
also vegetabless in season. J. G Har-
Eighty-cent tea cut to o0 cents-
guaranteed first-class. Saunders &
Mrs. S. F. Jackson of Archer was
among the shoppers visiting the cit)

L. M. McCormick returned yester-
day from a short bustnes~.. it to
.lat k.oit\ ill I
Miss Julia King of Waldo is among
the ir-ltorts to the city. the. guest of
her cou-in. Mis.. Anile Ellis..
lRev. C It Strcu,.%t. who ha. I bt.n In
the cit' for the lpa.t three dats.. re-
turned .e.-terday to Jack..onill,.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
rure chills. fever. colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jol'nson.
Pure aprle cld.r dell r-ed to any)
part of the city for oue dollar per
gallon. N. Franciac,). Phone 223.
A K. SuIu iei'r. a leaditit ni er(chaint
!'-'' S ,ri:" :wa, lho.k'nig tfter
.- % .. t I, i L i;. .-.+' hn~ttt* I .0 l I t'I t. T tl.IM
t ...1 LSl i,- c tt ,l In re t r1-.
t' S .n -li yc -e l i. for o.i< k'-Ii<
I \l ; > .' I. .e *t II --I 'I.* T itl.
HI x d \- llt ; l.lk, 1.i Ift,. 1 1- ; *I
vI 1 a I l 1 4 1
Thtre ia nothing more rtre,.ti:.;
th.In a gla.- of poure aiti le cider. I
bell it fur L i.- a gla-b r oun" dol-
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g Happened and What Is Go-
It Happln-Personal and
IMgas Items of the City.

Delight Coffee.
at Electric Theatre.
moving picture- are to come

a mal ticket at Rutherford's

leeoms at club rates. Prof.

Ime tonight. Lurline. at the
want the t -st in fresh meat.-
J. G. Harrold
fr 'phone W H Waits, for oak
wood. Phone ::;.
S RKeoy oysters, day and night.
s Restaurant.
Crown Elgin tutto r in one-
Nl-eks. aunl:e.r, & Karle.
I Colson ha. r,-'.uri. d fti 1i at
beailess trip to .lac(k-o:n ill.
t anid ;Gial.ai, flo-. iih
t arriv-J Sauiitt, r.- & -i.irl<
L Howell a:id family ha\e re-
froin the cit% to Slrinog Park

TIpgeoamd caan fre-l ork ,ao:-:'.:
&e for pre.akfa -t Saul.Id r,-

SiM. L C l nna. of W\i l'o was
*MB the sloj.r- \i.-itini the car>

V T. Lyicli th!. -,;av i.ll Im1.In o(t1
St. Park. 4.' lI.. t :l. ol a

W. H. W .iit- t, .. l l nu i m i,
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i.g mu'I-it al e# :,t to lc 'Aes or

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Trinit' chur h
Ticke-t" .e VFr sale, at Millo-r's
Jvspe F reuoct, Musiolc Co*-.. and o% h~the-

Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
J J Stephens of Altoona. Fla was
a welcome -Ilitor to Th,- Sun office
yesterday .
K K. Anders.on. th,. lottling works
mani of High Spring-. %as among the
vi~iltor- to Gain- ll11, Friday
Huy your t(ff-- at The Magnet-:;.'
c<: ct coPfft f'.Ul on:> ITs < ..: .'1.
It. Saiuder.rs will tell you how to get it
Anirtw Feabter oi iu, itLit.i. .iun.-i
ilnetit ilaite'r of that section. was
gro'* *aig hI. In. s t i .1 list" tit) '.t l'"
.Judge Syd L. Cart-r returned yester-
day from Jacksonville, here be had
been attending the meeting of the- Ma-
Are you one that has missed seeing
the fine pictures this week at the Elec-
tric Theatre? Don't miss them to-
J. D Luther of Old Town. who has
bwen in the city for the past two days.
left for has home yesterday via Jack-
J W. I'pthegrove. wife and little
child. of Island Grove, were among the
out-of-town visitors to Galnesville
e slt* riat
Remember the great coffee sale at
Saunders & lEarle s. Thirteen styles
for you to select from In parched
goods alone.
Fancy groceries, all fresh. so re-
memaber that we can liuppl. all ot your
wants when you make out that order
today. J G. Harrold.
G-o. I. Ta.ior of the Galuesvllle
Pach Orchard Co'umatln). a lti head-
'luart :. at l'ahnqr. where the farm
i., khated. was a i-itzor to tuh cit)

Ati. i.tioi, is- dir<-eted t tl t (hangt
in t1he ;adltertseioeh*nt of the Haird
nt..:dwx rc C'otms.l ,. w'thich ap,|,,ar.-
i-t, l. i ii!.-: 1 u'. The are ad-
'. ti-:ing l)a i- l ur paintl
Mi .- Hal' a.,el Sinll sMH. t( '.m h- i .>\ I,-c'i simi'inxg
.l ... li. i l. -n -% ral w t k- will
i .. \. te,,:'. l,,r i ,- ;I ('<' ," S ri' llKe .

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T. W. liandS Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Faircloth

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Capital, $75,000M00 Surpl., t,.7^ 74

W. R. THOMAS, Prwidlent G. K. BROOME, id Vi-Paw
E. D. TURNER, Cashier W. B. TAYLOR, 2d Viw-PM

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(G. K. Bsmome, W. B. Tartr.


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most takes for less tasU ent. 8 M
words a ake a line; no tractlmal UIa.
very word over each six (ouL.'.C -',.
an additional line. CAbH In 1 l:. Ia
must accompany all order for taser
tions In tLls column.

FOIL RENT Fivt-room cottage. Ap
ply 2"o E L.berty street



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FOR SALEt-Oood tIe o-e ad
mice rubber-dred bImi ApW. P. &46
Hox No. 274. 1

FOR SALE CHEAP-Uekd m5ak g'
with calf. A barvala If tMb
one*. Enqutire thisa e.
lPOR A1*- UI.s a-s kt
ast Mam and Bomadary Ir
Apply at Dally lMa oeM.
.*'OR 8ALE--Two cooeoa a
ealuvUler; terms al l M M
abloe Interest If aM to -O *
cash. Apply at Usa Se. I

FOR 8AL,-Corner olt 101 i
on West Maia Lt. rrth sad 0
Cary St., "t to JOE Kmdie
Will sell at a laralm and e sm
terms Apply VS a sOe.


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