Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01556
 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 24, 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: VID01556
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
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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s e M market the past week
Us n*" bn. with a fair de-
mad. mtlyt fo the highest grades.
The md1m ad lower grades par-
t WAtod ut vry little In the request,
.Hl Ib fed- are relatively scarce.
mda- are unmhamged from last
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14OI.6e, bu t mostly noidnal The
market eleed quiet and firm. stth a
pood deal of Maquiry still noted
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weekly Fridays:
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Sancy Georgias
SUtra choice Floridas
Sitra Sholee Georgias
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wmpla ek a lw beteat the adl.-
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ind after lbhom M upn th form of the
dee man tused away. but was eMuht
y I L U Ith. who wa nearby when
to W-OW eememe Mr. mtth took
bh d the boy. whb protefte stro
IF. but Mr. Ilth fetM It was hi duty
to deliver tde boy to the authorities
4d he beld him until the arrival of
PM elma Goodwan. who took him in
char and Mat him to police head-
quarters the patrol wagon.
When pole h quarters was ad-
vised over the telephone of the kill-
iag several oeeers were dispatched to
the seew. amoa them Detective W.
I. Cahoom. The detective Investigated
th matter Sad armd the facts as
stated above. The detective also
earned that youg Betbuh had been
carrying the ahofaem tlmgout the
day, and It s alleged that he had made
threats against his father.
TYoMu Bethes wa see min his cell
at polled headquarters shortly after
the killing by a Timee-Uniat reporter,
and at rnt the young man refused to
discuss the tragedy. dlating that he
was Ia ao mhmor to discuss the afair
iat alght. He aRy eon sea ted to
6v1 his veridn of the trouble, which.
In part, is as fbmews:
The prisoner aild that his father
a-m hoe at moo yesterday and pro-
seeded to cumse his mother for may
I vie anmes. He says he told his fath-
or be abould aot act as he did. whea
the father turned aboa him and cursed

The young man claimed that several
weeks ago he caught his father In
company with another woman, and hbe
had reproached him for it, and that
his father remarked at the time that
be would kill him the Arst opportunity
he bad. He also told of the father
comlag home yesterday afternoon and
renewnlg the quarrel.
Touna Bethea says that when he
west to his sister's home be went
there to avoid trouble, and denies
that be arrif the shotgun to the
Mouse with him. although several wit-
Semaes will testify to the effect that

His only reason for killing his father
is that he was advancing towards the
house whea his sister had adked him
not to eater. He did not appear to
reallae last night the sad predicament
that he had placed himself In.

De"o ef Mrs. MeCas.
Mrs. B. B. McCaa of Norfolk. Va.,
died at her hoam yesterday after suf-
fering for the past few weeks of ty-
phoid-pneumoatn, aad her relatives In
this city were at once notified She
Is well remembered In this city. her
father being Gen. Lang. and her nu-
merous friends throughout this section
will be surprised to hear of the demise
The burial will occur at Tallahassee.
where her remains will twb placed
along side those of her mother

Removed to Miami.
Mrs J W. Cannon and family left
yesterday for Miami, bhich city they
will make their future home Mrs
C('annon has been a re .ident of (Galhin
M lil practically for the pleat flft..n

re i-' erw. but bt-ithe'. g thaat she- a eulil
Iwtte-r eiAiblv-c to hu1~ie ar t rimit
l, & ~edrt-?tnaakcr i tit- limy. geclietee11141 t
l~fj~. aaild &Imp to jolatit -r ammuu Thixil,
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(Spelal Correspoudesee The Sua.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 23.-AT-
ter spirited debating the Senate this
week succeeded In passing a bill in-
ereasing the President's salary to
$100.00,. but by striking out the appro-
priation of $25,000 for traveling ex-
penses the proposed salary will not
be doubled, but aouy Increased by
$25.000. Mr. Roosevelt Is the first
President to have enjoyed an allow-
ance for traveling expenses, and it Is
said that of the $25.000 he received
for that purpose last year he spent
only $9.000. Should the House concur
in the action of the Senate and vote
Mr. Taft $100.000. and should he con-
fine his wanderings to the distance
traveled by Mr. Roosevelt during the
year. he will In reality have $41.00(4
more than Mr. Roosevelt. The Demo
erratic side of the Senate. as vwas to we
expected, held out for the simple life
and was emphatically-of the opinion
that the .Presidential Job was not
worth more than $"0.000. and Senator
Bailey of Texas, who scoffs at the
dress suit and other appurtenances of
fashion, believed that the President
should pay his own expenses for en-
tertaining; that be should not be sup-
plied with a conservatory. anJ that If
he wanted flowers to tame his savage
breast he should buy them out of his
own pocket. He Is of the opinion that
the chief executive should go down
into his jeans for his railroad tickets
and his carriages pnd horses. But
the Republican Senators, many of
whom are very wealthy and know
what It costs to live In these days of
the full baby carriage and the emptY
dinner pall. stood out for the Increase
and succeeded in dragging It through
with five votes to spare. The Increase
will no doubt be very acceptable to
Mr. Taft. and especially to the wife of
the President-elect. who Is a practical
woman with wide experience in the
science of making a little money go a
long way. Mr. Taft Is a poor man as
riches are reckoned these days. He
has lived on a salary since his col-
lege days, and he has been too busy
to make money. His brother Charles.
as is well-known, married a fortune
which he succeeded In promptly
doubling, and he has been the Taft
bank ever since. Still. it was not to
be expected that he would help out
with the White House expenses, and
It must have given the President-elect
some concern as to how he should
keep up the Roosevelt gait on the
Presidential salary. Mr. Taft is an
essentially social being and he finds
his greatest relaxation and pleasure
in keeping open house His tastes are
not extravagant, but he has a fine dis-
regard for cheese paring. and the
White House will probably be con-
ducted in a hospitable way for the
coming four years. Congress appro-
prinates $(:..Omo annually for its up-
keep, and in the rural districts this
looks like a huge sUIII but one has on-
ly to visit the executive Imanion and
glance oter the small arm% of door
keeiwrs. lack,'. kaid udoil entr ll. T.r'
ant. all of wlhoim are uide.r the. lax
sur'.elllance- of otthe r paid til< ll, **'
to se'e that -ecloniomy i tlae ,lat
li|,-ratloil there- It i a-ald that the,

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Twenty-second District-C. IL. War.
reo, Blountstown.
Twenty-third District-lawar O.
Carter. Mayo. .
Fourteen New Ledge
Acting upon favorable report of th
committee, charters were granted to
fourteen new lodges In the State as
Eugene Lodge, Eugene,. Lafayette
Sutherland Lodge. Sutherland. Hills- I
boro county.
New Hope Lodge. Holt. Santa Rosa
Athena Lodge. Athena. Taylor eoua-
La Espanola Lodge. Tampa. Hills.
boro county.
Ybor Lodge. Ybor City. Hillsboro
Trenton Lodge. Trenton. Alachns
count y.
LaCros .e Lodge. LaCrosse. Alachea
Anchor IAodge. Key We.st. Monroe
Hastings Lodge. Hastings. St. John.
Pinneta Lodge. Pinetta. Madisos
C *I
Bascomb Lodge. Bascomb. Jackson

Winter Haven Lodge. Winter Hares.
Polk county.
The addition of these fourteen
lodges made it necessary to form the
twenty-third district. There are now
1S6 subordinate or particular lodges
reprep-entet! in the Grand lAodge
Tle trtt-te,, of the .Mamonic Home
and Orphanage announced that nearly
$135.14) had been raised fir erecting
and naintalining a home and orphan-
age. and that prospects were bright
for adding materially to this sum
during the year. Although it Is ex-
pected that three years will have
elapsed before actual work of con-
structing the home and orphanage is
begun. yet the committee will work
earnestly to secure as great amoet
as possible during the Interim. As
soon as the debt of the Masonic te-
pie is cleared, the Grand Lodge will
turn its attention to erectinlag the
home and orphanage. Several bee
sites have been offered the Graad
lodge for the purpose, and It Is 011
ly that one of the offers will be ac-
cepted at some early date
The eightieth annual commiunlli
tion has taken its place in history as
ha ilg been the largest attended 8W,4
most t i(e-f, I.il tl r e"'t;i!'( of the GrG I
Iodge in the history of t!'e fraterat "k
in Florida.
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FoUowing te adjouramet or' the
eilhtleth namual commuateatles of
the Most Worshiptfl Grand Lodge of
Florida. Fre and Accepted Masons,
Thursday night, yesterday witnessed
all outgoing trains from the city bear-
Ing prominent members of the fratern-
ity back to their respective homes in
all parts of the State. Although the
Grand Lodge had adjourned, the Grand
Lodge oilers were kept very busy
throughout the day giving attention to
ucmnlshed business.
Grand Master Louls C. Massey an-
nounced the appointment of district
deputy grand masters and standing
committees. On account of the admis-
sion of fourteen new lodges. one more
di. .!,t I'as l,,-sn created. making a
total o, twt.ity-three districts in the
District Deputies.
Thb district deputy grand masters
are as follows:
First District-J. M. Flinn. Pensa-
Second District-John Neel. West-
Third District-Paul L. Thompson.
Fourth District-J. W. Kellum. Car-
Fifth District-C. L Leggett. Green-
Sixth District- A. D. Putterbaugh.
Seventh Distrlct-W. D. Mann, San-
Eighth District-William Lake.
Ninth District -John D. Grether.
Tenth District-W. M. Cannon. Pa-
Eleventh District-W. B. Higdon.
Twelfth District-N. I. Gottlieb.
Thirteenth District-T. Plcton War-
low. Orlando.
Fourteenth District-G--eorge F. Pad-
dison. Eau Gallie.
Fifteenth District-H. D. Hunt. Bush-
Sixteenth District-Leroy Brandon.
Seventeenth District-J. A Cox.
Eighteenth District-L. W. Bethel.
Key West.
Nineteenth District-L. W. Buchhols.
Tuesatleth Dtitrict-Z. T. Merritt.
Tuenty-first District-'-W. H Ander-
son KreauniwMn.

wht.r. e.urh department of the' do-
me-tic svrtice is under the charge of
a ,'hw.! re-ce-l ingK a good A salary him
ewif a'.l where accounts are simply
audited to ire\-ielit graft iand without
regard to waste and extravagance.
shlich under a better s~yteni might eI-
*, .t 4
The aplroprtali .I ,fI t L., t0.l-i e-
which | provide I.1 ,tIllllaK f thI
Pr .eide'lilal i alo ;tall" for ;ia th
4-re;a te of sa r r the- l. Vli' Pre- id,.lt
who Mill hi .'.,* e.e alid S i aker of
the i(ious ,, w ill r,. with u> aiel '1.1 itniauta t for -ar
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It is the duty of every one who is Interested In
hair preervation to learn enough about the subject
to tell whether an advertisement for a hair remedy
Is reasonable or unreasonable. In this connection.
the United States Postoece Department has begun
a much needed campaign against false and mislead-
lag statements in advertisements in general. While
this work Is highly commendable and should be
greatly exticE d. still at the same time it tends to pa-
ternalim rather than to personal self-reliance. If
YOU know that the claims for a hair remedy are un-
reasonable and untrue, that knowledge will save you
amoey and prevent disappointment.
The trouble ion in the fact that certain over am-
itious Proprietors employ advertising writers who
do not kao* the composition of the remedies they
writo about, Me even If they did. they are not exz-
petesd to knew the therapeutic action of the varokus
ugcredestsa. Two very familiar and oft repeated
statements are. that the hair must be watered and
fed Just le a plant, sad that the color of the hair.
eose destreyoed ean be restored. by natural process.
While both of these statements are false In every
rt ular, it requlree some little knowledge of the
r fllicle to amderstand why the statements are
The hair felliele is a pear shaped sack in the
sealp that holds the hair root. At the bottom of the
hair follicle sad exteMding up Into It for a short dis-
taace, is a nipple shaped projection that remains in
the scalp when a tair root is forcibly pulled out.
This projection Is the hair papilla from which the
hair "root" grows. The continuous addition to the
bottom of the hair root. forces the hair proper out
through the scalp.
The hair papilla Is surrounded by the hair root.
whleb thus takes a bulbous form. Above the hair
root or bulb-which occupies about three-fourths of
the entire follicle-Is the neck of the hair follicle.
below which the most penetrating fluids known to
Medical Science cannot penetrate. Therefore, the
story of feeding the starved and Impoverished hair
roots with an external application is all a myth.



The shert perten of the hair follicle above it,
neck opens somewhat like a funnel and is filled with
the outer scalp skin. Opening Into this outer Ipor
tion are the highly Important oil or sebaceous glands
which, from their location, are most exposed to dis-
ease. When these oil glands become Infected with
a certain microbic growth ithe cause of dandruff
there is hair disease and finally nair death. Fortu.
nately this outer portion of the hair follicle can be
treated by careful rubbing into the scalp a suitable
remedy. What remedy should be used? Manifestly
one that will destroy the growth that causes dandruff.
Itching scalp and falling hair.
Newbre's Herpicide is the first remedy that was
prepared for the particular purpose of destroying this
Invisible vegetable growth. In fact, it Is called the
"ORIGINAL remedy that kills the dandruff germ."
Newbro's Herplede was not made until after Prof.
Vana. of Hamburg. Germany (ask your doctor about
him) discovered that dandruff is a highly contagious
disease caused by a microbe. The almost marvelous
success of Newbro's Herpiclde has caused advertis-
lag writers to claim germledal properties for other
hair remedies, many of which were on the market
years before Prof. Unna's discovery.
De ye" think that this new claim for old reme-
dies Is a reasonable one? Remember that the hair
gets Its life. color and strength direct from the blood.
and that good blood, deep breathing and sunlight
favor hair development. Out-door exercise, to In-
sure free circulation In the scalp. also massaging for
the same purpose, are very helpful. Worry. Indiges-
tlon and sedentary habits oppose hair growth, while
the dandruff germ will actually destroy the hair. un-
less it Is eradicated and kept out of the scalp with
Newbro's Herpicide.
Merpicide is delightfully cooling and refreshing
to the sealp and almost marvelous results sometimes
follow its continued use. It stops itching of the scalp
almost instantly.
YOUR MONEY will be refunded if Herlicidd is
not as represented.

Send 10 eents In stamps to The Herpicide Company, Opt. L., Detroit, Mich., for sample and booklet. Two
Slaes: M0 and $1.00. At Drug Stores. When ycu call for Herpicide, do not accept a
substitute. Applications at Prominent Barber Shope.
See Window Display at Store of

J. 8. BODIFORD & CO., Special Agents



DewghffuI Mestnlg Moeday Afaseven
at Reoidome of Mrs. Grasy.
Moday afternoon. January llth. a
large number of club members and
several visitors met at the residence
oe Mrs. L. C. Gracy and enjoyed one
of the most delightful nmet.'nag of toe
elub year. After the usual business.
the literary program was begun, the
subject being: "Introduction of ULtera-
ture in the South, 1607." Every num-
ber demonstrated the most careful
preparation and was thoroughly en-
joyed. Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow, leader
for the afternoon, opened the program
with "IMuae."
A most instructive paper on "The
Literary Heritage from England" was
read by Mrs. 0. K. Broome.
Mrs. Townsend. Mrs. W. J. Denby
and Mrs. John Taylor gave beautiful
readings on "Southern Life." "lIefore
the Party" and the "Aristocracy of
the louth."
Lovely Instrumental solos were ex-
quisitely rendered by Mrs. i-ecker.
Miss Catherine Hampton and Mrs. T.
B. Stringfellow. Mrs. Gracy served a
delicious salad and coffee course, after
which the club adjourned to meet Mon-
day afternoon. January 2:th. at the
residence of Mrs. G. K. Broome.

teomach Trouble Cured.
If you have any trouble with your
stomach you should take Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr.
J. P. Klote of Edina, Mo., says: "I
have used a great many different
medicines for stomach trouble, but
fnd Chamberlaln's Stomach and I.t.er
Tablets more btneflclal than any other
rented) I eter used." For alt. b)
all drugglists.

Hunters Return.
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New Baird Theatre.
AModay,, Jawitr. "'--"ltIL
Z& Motker.im-.Ltaw' Abrowtf."


(bmiNag .gon--'i i/fi Mi.ical (m,,, -
df (bmpani.y, tweh,.-'.fir Im ide.
Electric Theatre.
Nove Moring PiVuirea, and eight, cxotid Suniday.

The Baird Theatre.
The attraction at The Haird Theatre
tomorrow night will be "Peck and His
Mother-in-Law Abroad." a very laugh-
able comedy whiet is guaranteed to
please all who attend. The play has
been a success wherever presented.
and the company which will render
it here is reputed to be a good one
The prices will be Sio and 75 cents.

Electric Theatre.
litginning Monday night. an entire
tnew list of splendid pictures will Itw
shown throughout the week at the
Electric Theatre
The largest theatre building in the
city of P'ari. Francet', now occupied
b1i a mjalnufactory of ll i iing pic(tire,.
and although pla) are' enacted .\,t-r.
day ui) n two tiiiiiiitt'e tagtf. thli
doors are' tiu\r op-iwtd to the 'public
A e 'lctionll i, mjadt' fru on the tie -.t
mutoi of ti a.rirau i lt theatre In il.at
tit) aint ld ih. aret w.l iputi lo go
Ith 'itilu b their pi.rtis in the niu\ It |ia t j
(iied ad, Tl'he a tl, e* *'l*Ii'i l i, t lonl
cluild ,li iin i .mid l ull r.inlr:;e t
train %r a l a.i. t > lil> a ra- ,- .
hi lI-. a l.tko ri .i aw l ai 1 .ir litl>,<
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Every Woman Wil B e Iternte
P 0--4' % 1 1 -. t ,, .r .%

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of "41 1. .

is from this place that the Electric
T.ieatre in Gainemi ille gets its flne.st
rehlb. and 4)me of these wil! tIb shown
this coming week

If It's printed stationery you want.
rbhe Sun office Is the place to get It

Horses and Mules


A'l Tennes**e .tc-k and personally se-
le'te I by Mr. Davia. Come and take a
look at them, better you buy or not.
Harness, Waxon, aind Buggies for Sale.

Davis & Oliver


;aime.,vilh'. Foridma



Covere the south to Ftlool
City; east t< Ocala and be.
yond; west to Suwanne Ri-
ver; north to Alachusa, High
and Worthinton Spring
Cedar Key, and all intermnd-
Mesage and Answer
for One Price.

Wni. It. Steck&'rt,

C. A. Fainrloth,
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Capital d Surplus, $115,000.00

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W. Shands,
1'rt-!ai4 lent



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.X 1'.j I*j 141th







i earoaafrom Lake City to
Iits via Worthington
Among Possibliitie.
of Future.

ii aportantt event is h li
E- l ster (,nin-i lll "ni* wht,'li
#0"e of great benefit tio the eit.
iloendlng s.Pection.
gW e In question Is th', **.'I- t l C
flo l.k I k ('it to, I;i:i- ',
r tiigton Spriniig The I.pr,
SI the enterri'se iay it %will
at the many improienr rt-' to
g way duriiiw tho Ie r,'-'it \ 1,
S been brought atoiut I.t ,th'*
SRliv r Shto;i.. I'ovOer ,( ti
S0o have le.n at \jiik t ,i
O w dipli|mr ii (A oI st, ,k ;:il i ol ,
M In flin 1itill h .t" Il !- i til
tO to its s i t'li '-'-f. tl I'li'411111at ili
aely is the aiain ;a f .i-ill' <-u,
ptlti n not I rit steel -;.\ it will
& biggest thing for (;.iiri -\ li.
ldte City in yt :ar i it.,;i .
wr the State are -t lkhilOd.r- in

A*poposed to damn up the Suwan-
ar near Suwannee Sh (,il and
secure sufficient IK)w'tr to
Sot only the electric railway.
d the towns and nianunfacturinig
= along the line that the. in-
s d will tra.' r .
l road will tr.ier' a. :i \ rv f. r
Ssetkldo, which a't t:. r. -.nti
S I lying idle. i l, \ l l *i!*-" ,",
l vahabl t-irmi- thint .i,. ir. ,!
W worked Ii 'i!' m ~- N a i
I gem people' :,11l i ll l ii;i !. i

surfaceto the gallon

than any other paint

made. There is a
BEST in everything

-in Paint it is Davis

100 Per Cent Pure.





the lint- all iftt..1j -ai 1! j ARRIVED FOR PURPOSE.

ft* Worthiriizi'tora Sier Ia... I, %s.4!erontcndent Milier Says It Will Be

t will then be ; clo-. :i;.; i,, Si
IM0 prini .< If ith i.o'i r I- :*.
I l what it i- tiait:.' to .i,, l,
CanlD e' | t :'.'i* ..' r fhe r

a tourist hol b I a I : 1ir'- nil
com ierrcia! i an '. hliete I ini
hotel. t~ue.-thli r with thi.
MgWr factory. all for the' \'*:ir
water Gaines'ille uiidoutii.dly
I Saak brighter future, nihil be
these. 'e are 4 riaina ol ~ Irk
on the G(ov.runietil hbuild-
many thousands of dollars to
Mll here the coming sumiii r on
lversiwty builidling.

l laServices Will Be Hold at All
Pa lms of Worship.
IO, Nis will be observed at the
Slehurches of the city today as

pt s Probyterian Church. lev. T
"ta--Morning service 14:30; sub-
t wo Baskets of Figs." Sabbath
3 p. m.; lesson topic. "The
SMa Healed." Offering for
Orphanage. No evening
account of the Bible Con-

jNW Methodist Church. Rev. F. R.
l' aday school 9:3u a. m.
10:45 a. m. No evening
hii tm account of the Bible Con-

fI D Baptl.t Church. Rev. S
'iS--Suenday s)'h "lb"1 10:34 a ni.; subject. "Silenti
God.**" Junior I'ion ':" 31p i i I
s :l'; p nII No >, r\ ict' at night.
SsIgregation berlin re-ilet.-tetd to
11 the lible ('l Con ifeiret. at thi

S Trinity Church it.,~ F 11
SIMl"..Regular i ser'i whh'.lihi tH ,
M k il1 cordial i ln .l I, ;:i iit
I Ptrtck '.iCtholic (1'hlrc h It-
'! LYl1-h 1 1 v il T '! .* '

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STOi.t jh ,-t. ,,i ..I I I
t I h .y co-- it .; It I I I,
Sih rifr .jet! I I
Wjb' at btu()Ly tlaLrtfubc, a.

S, oflc, fur calling cards.

About First of the Month Before

He Begies Work.

Til I .' ? 1 **', I o ll 1.11 ( t.1ii1
I ir' t I 1 i1 i ( .; lit.. \il.. \> l ;at I >t
a,.* ; Ald, d. a- .'- i tIr itin t ri.' li.. ilr-
ri'.,,d to coimll (' t in| e lt work
Si rintendetii t .Mille*r of thlio* ater-
,;rk, plait informs theV reporter that
lie hl.- oily l.. n waiting the arrival
of tIsli, eoilfitct ions to o Ime0t'nce
thi., iiitolrtant addition. and it wiiold
now take hinim several days to make
ai rantge'iinentsi to comiinene the laying
of these mains, but work would be
conin'.erce'd not later thin the first
of the. nioth.
This will give a large section of the
city the uoe of city water and fire pro-
tection that have long been in need of
same. as It is a particularly well lo-
cated imection and many new and modx
ern buildings have been erected In the
prescribed territory.
While there are now in the neigh-
horhood of fifteen residences that will
be added to the new line of mains.
ther*- will no doubt soon be more, as
it is expected this section will build
up at a rapid rate inow that it will
have tire protection and city water.

A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a severe
pain in my kidnt.ys and was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
without anfttance. My urine con-
tained a thick white sedimient and I
passed aritne frequently day and night
I c(.niiae e 'i.d takili g F l.y a Kidne
Ite'tidy, and the pain gradually
abated a3d ilally i ,a.^ed iand nir>
urine be(,ca ei liornial. I chlie..fr llt
recommend Fol.y's Kidney Remniely
J W% .l t,,ll.h & t',

The Bible Conference.

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For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 10)e9. If elected I will
faithfully di-charge the duties of the
offl(e without fear or favor. I re-
jbl'('tfully solicit the votes of all, ir
Irteectihe of party atfilia',n.

Too Much Face.
You fe-el as if you had oue face too
lil y \%% Io )i u la'it' aeural lita. dei 't
ellA .' .. !,' t' lf te % (ou ) rity li'.41
l,. lut j. il l f tt,'e heuralgia I.i
i l .i.i< l.I d! id ,S:.,ow *A lliln it-lt
tii .-t ttiiih g int t!.** terl for r *'L.
I:.; i : i .n I r !, t .i htinr cut- t 4 4ld-
.. I.. n .' 1 ,'1 p'tl. S h hld y W
.1 Jolih ,.

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itrljeuu bflbA
A ...4 -- CA -
I. HIM ~

L Ma.

DAVIS 100 Per Ct.

Pure Is BEST





Mr' II F IHIti.imp.tn 1, it ~,'te-rila
for N.*% York C'ti. whe-re, he %ill 1),
ah-.i nt fair tih.r n'xt fe'.v da)
N W (',le'aiin of Hlawthorn u i,v a
%i -i'r to t ,. 'ity vye t'. rilnv. I He
- ati. I t r.l s I ba dlvy i,-- |,'-l in his
c tio ll
.lanfi.'s l lt,-r of Citroiie'll' wa-
;tui'>ini teO w liitor- to the (cit yester-
a. i H% :i- **1n roTi,'- to Jacksonville
n11 uti-It --
N .N1 N i rtin of Alaich'a. oil, ,of th.*l
- i< ,-I.fl ;lant,' r,- of thatt se'timon.
I\\ '. r. it. V % iI, IhiS (;.iie i -v illt n 'pI lint-

, I.; 1'l h! sh int t ,

i \,e \ 1. it r l
i i -i' i!l. h r r' l.t 'r. ;i .\lxA'. h ,:
;'r ir l i .t -t -w' 'rial d.r .I i.ha 'v r.,ititii
* 'I ti, irl- l '!niu ill thi.r cit\i
.1 II l'ilit 'r el 'tVa ~ii. ''1 rn. N ('
:~ ;iih :, l) o ltit r. lo r'nrt i'- lc
In,' I- 1 .' i ,l,-.i *'d u ith th .t( y t Hil
112'. |ix':it& "' J i., i lI; t i 'l?
1W"in :rdl of F;:rlIr.iuk, 1 farn-
* r ')f t ihat :-(ctii>u. \:'-- 'xall li' the \ is-
itors to the cit Sattirday. He' -tates
that the Ieople' there ar' badly In
tiitd of rain.
WV. P. Coff.-y has returned from
lowuling Green'>. K.v. where he was
called to attend the funeral of his
father. He' was accompanied on his
return by hls nioth.r. who will re-
;;1ain her...
We' re"cl'e two shiim-,'uts a w.,k
;illi art' 's-, .' :,;'i for O? \ a;id Ja',:, kr'l,
f'tnim tis i!, k. ',e' r,' t hrea;l Small
i ';>f. I t',iit -: .,re,.s. 2' e,.flts Try
,.i..' it ; d '!, i ) s awl healthful.

.1 \ \\ i,: of N. \ ht riy. ho is
1'',* of tthe le:dinig llinell i turn of
iaiit ila t cr.) it Iplicace. -, v .'-< a i itor
;, #;. ;*" -.', ; .0 \ t, r,!a;. 1!v, state..
t 1il3t Ii'-1 t -- 1 Lt w.ItI ;nWl iliipr.iV'
:!' l- it ', ar '1, ingt i.'"el- in ti' pl.a .' a!!
I ., tiliv .
If yuu will tako Foley's Orino I axa.
tive until the bowels become regular
you will not have to take purgatives
constantly. as Foley's Orino Laxative
Ip-ttlvely cures chronic constipation
aid slltil-h llver. Pleasant to take-.
J W. McCollumi & Co.
Mr. and Mrs Chas. H. Eddy of
Orange Heights were among the villt-
ors to Gaineb' llle yesterday. This is
their flrst 6iit here in some time. as
.Mr. Eddy has recently purchased
property in Jacksonville and all of his
business dealings have been in tffat
city fur sonie time.
Saturday was the most disagrevably
dusty day for some time, and it is dis-
gusting that the street sprinkler was
not put to work. It was so dusty dur-
inug the greater part of the day that it
resembled a fog around the square.
and kept the displays of goods cover-
ed. as well a& .nuue jed the large crowd
in the city.
Many little live have been saved
by Foley's Honey and Tar, for cough.
colds. croup and whooping cough. It
is the only safe remedy for infants
and children as It cotains no opiates
or other narcotic drugs. and children
like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful
mothers keep a bottle In the houae.
Refuse substltutes. J. W. McCollum
f Co.





Fire, Life and Accident Lss..."*1


Pressing the Fact

fhome to't your tuind that rou
AM 14t hu '01nA %tur duty to
)aeialeeif, sige or, family by
6.d'Anarg jour pr%4*rtyunape..
t".'*" 1-y inurafS.Iis .what we
Vta to do,4 iSIS. Wedcon't
s.*lit )-'II tI Wferpit t1Wa dthep@9-
111111111 ('11a iabullaie'. is mujall
'.4w pi~'yur liewise oak% 1Adeh
Iiu iri., iniiijoty I- hlrwr iisnua rw

COMPANIES ::: : :: :

A. M. CUSHMAN, Apent, 6ainesvike fl



Rhrtaltism in cstasd by an excvn of uric acmid a the M%
dally geta into the circulate. because of in--
kidn cto and other rregularte of the sytem e
oader' d of no importance. This Uric d awemus" an inflamedhll
condition of the blood, and the circlationlastd of nmouriahi e
portion of the bItly, continually deposits into the ervM-e, -ue, .i
and onta. the irritating, pani-producing acid with which it is nal. 3Uh 1
lantim can only be cundby a thorough Cmuming of theblod aid -lo61
Oft wh-.t 8. .. 1.does. It .go down into the cfmiulstlon, Ia by tHok
Wng the un.e acid and driving it from the blood, ftmlly edat n
Uemov, the cause. & & & strengthens and irig.atiw the sft
instead of a weak, sour tresmn, cmusng pain and m thgho t
ter. it becomes an invigorating, Mmranlag ld, .=fuT a -hi_ "-_- g
Vigor to every part of the body and rsieie the saerlag nd by
disease. 8 S. being a ppuely table blood pier, is the e
safest cure for Rheumatism in any of its forms. Book oM ahel fi-l
may nmcJ advice desired sent free to all who write.
TIm SWIT s c COle AILA.TA fl
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Tmy i ars fir 2 M--

and Gents' Furnishings are Earnestly Solicited.

G. S. Merchant & Co.

*OWN"ers ad Jsbbee s t

Stap!e and Fancy Crocerles
Grailq, Gardeq Seed aqd fertfllis
Highest market price paid for Chlekeln. 1g and o PW*AM

a Complete stock of Hay. CaOra, Ia. fea, m .C. "--
SNd Meal ad Rye. We hadlo Oly the Vwey aft pfi
at &~Owe eSM m d sulimmuN I MSan

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Steam Heat, Gas and Electric Liht. Ce ly
Located. Service Guaranteed.

Because it lasts long-

est and covers

all j a



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Add to the Lo List due
Ahr oplngthaIt

L enm, l, vdi .a Pink-
0 3 .0 w marln a tiham's'Ve Rtable
W W 9019 Oll -or miund" I sif.
W fe*Ilfrom terrille
So dft Ma Mb headaches. pain in
I al d so m aMs her back and rioft
uM e, was tired ajid
nervous, and mO
01101b i a the weakleoullhardly
WU if ^^PJstand. Lda E.
S.IS t........33. Plnkhain 'Veta.
,,ssm -JI"' *'*". ble Compound r-
S...... 11l$ Stored me to health
i ......... Mad see feel like a new person
.........ll,,70 ad t aShallalway havemy praIae.is
.....M._y ....... N .41t -Mrs.W. P. V Lm e0 Itacoln
lif*** e* ..m. m In g=4a
Gardiner, was a great suf-
... 4 rerom a mae damS The doe-
ly....... O ter saM I would hav to go to the
l epi........ 3.,a l lp for aaoperamon. but Lydia E.
ST ure W ........ t Iew a three months."-
dater y....... 1, j A M W .LU se I, F. D N o. 14.
191--...6.. .-audaler Me
It3.6..... 17T0 M-a yaor ca Is a df cut one,
Sd ....... sM oto haa don you no d,.
do 4 hotline to "uer without
S. ..... .104 Lydia E. Plkham's Vegetable
a.... *9,2M C da triaL It surely has cured
aw b awl,*1... 2,70 mmay eam of female ills, such as in.-
S4 lalmmat ionulceration, dil en ta,
s.. ........ tums mfuiarits periodic
SO.'.... .11T ims ba=k M, aat bearin.down
i Sf1Ot4 alW....... S i iua tesdton,dinlneea, and ner-
Us fl rt MR o &A" prostratlom. It costa but a trifle
0 1aUnlt "" ...... to try it, and the remlt is worth mnl.
I~A. MO...... onto many dining women.
SAi ******........... 1.1 RARE MUSICAL TREAT.
i WU M ot .......60
P 16 00%If-Wm m.... S Theodore Human eam Local Talent
x. P inAi d :ty ...... Give Publi, Musial Feat.
r WaWl*...... 570 Theodore Human, the world famous

10M0- 0010L LOAD* SAN.
8 b No "eond Pifes

M a the private
B5 thave I* busle
sla b eDL as
aS me Uo kmtn
st all *a tuaesU the
Severy wa wee
th e out.

I is *0 s'ain o atf the
g .............. .54.M835
I=$.... .......5&05
ALm e .................. .

I-11 t 11 *............ t.
soft 301 ...........1.0 &
*t Newberry........ 3.4
L W. eim ......... 1.
Uatle b awlt Ahebm ..... 35
U. C. GL ................ 26
svee.m .............. 10
L UW .

'". Wil BrI was iveo a eartngue
i J hif Cautisle o tur ly awhe
S9t eoth t, which aS rmbant-
B b employer babyd he will

He wa eared ith a Mause; it

l wraat wavs bgive the bab ut

e w c he wies
e warrant having tbe Sworn out
11W his wife.

violin virtuoso, ana the beat local tal-
eat entertained a large and appreciat-
ive audience at the Tabernacle Satur-
day nirht. It was Indeed a rare mtuai
eal treat, and the audience left the
building feeling that they had been
well repaid for the time spent. Pro-
feer Human is without doubt master
of the volAn, the sweetest musical in-
trumeat ever Invented, and his equal
has never been heard in Gainesville.
*'gbe etertalnment was given for
beneft of Holy Trinity kplscopal
church, under the auspices of the Wo-
mau's Guild, and we regret that a rush
of advertising copy late at night pre-
vented as giving the entertainment
the extended aetite Is Justly deserved.

Philatha Claia intertaina.
The young ladles of the Philathea
Class and their teacher. W. R. Mc-
Klastry, of the Methodist Sunday
school, entertained the Baraca Class
Friday night at the Armory.
The affair was very Informal, but
all present seemed to enjoy the oc-
easlon very much, as the gathering to-
bther of thee young people gave all
aa opportunity to become better ac-
Musie, charades and pleasant con-
versation was indulged In while the
cheating dish supper was In prepara-
tion. When the charming "cooks" an-
nounced supper all gathered about the
dainty tables where delicious creamed
chicken with the accompanying neces-
sities was served, the last course be
tag cofee with whipped cream and

The Armory was made cosy and
comfortable, and with aIot tpluts and
Bowers preseuted a very Ilnllitiu
scene. The eeriniig pabMed away
quickly) and till b- rvireiii.-I red by all
lpr.'ce'it a*t a s '-rT. <'lje ;ltl- at .,;-
To .Mi.s.. Pearl W\\hetsttoie. 'chirnian
of the social committee, and to all her
very able assistants, the entire clasw
presents Its hearty thanks; also to
Capt. IllaudinlK for Ihi. u.et of t Ow

Don't Take the Risk.

Rv& te ant&4j.lu *)* til t,4 n' )toti cpu I, a I- ia .tl c''!:j Ia or c ce
I~ea thewantail. ii tu~~s dun doot lIt tit utrav : al t. ,til it
SETTE 'nlA S~AM II~ vorine'n c'hro~icae blcz:14li11- 4.r 'it -
0 TM SAKN liIti .All.ilt.0 i.'fpeU111111 1A t h 4 B
I __I t tha t t 4 11 1 i t I.-. r 16 :~l Z
~. ~m b me*Sm~~ ~ rid cif it idkt- I. aviiulptriatia b &icae,1
ow ob bobb SIM s. Smma.-.b'~ lR4'1114-4) A11.1 %''.k at c ,''1g, of la:
V. Se Ia* w4Ad.la.,willw" amu tusto &myrulit f Fl 4, !1Is, I" a IIIAI ing '
#" %WbSguo aml u mow..p.b- t ~se'~,-)iIij,111 .ai 1 (heI t. I
IMO b 60AWW "W bild,.m Siesis I t e.at~ ,iie,&e. re ga citill -.
40 "hhs W4 Due'S MbIae Mw "b-id4 a.'ItswaMLi) r a~i~i e cile',!of'ci,,Ia'111
m few we 6 mioiilsbp W .This ruweiuA11-" t Iamd ecold, It'sVI,-Uv,.11 lea iit I -V~,I
aw olplgl da "s o" ow pie tr.~"ik. *- r' 4'je' ', e.,1,' b
V" ms UdW 4 l4hoba*6byday #,I I. Lt. 0 by all duggtots.



(Continued from Page One )
telegraphic communication with the
Governor of California for a feu da-y,
and 1% using all of hle I' r(--..al In-
fluence to prevent the Introductrion and
passage of bills In the California
Legislature d,.-igned to pre\.ent the-
Japanese from holding land and being
directors In corporations, and for the
purpose of segregating their children
In the public school. The Pre:lident
beliIe,.,s hostile l-gil;ation town rd t he
Japaneae at thl.t time' by aIt: S'ait' in
the Union Is illadvise d. and h is ac't
InK on the assumptionI tha .ilapai will
not send cheap lalo)rer4- to the. Iuited
States and that more, Ja;,1..1s0, now
are leaving than are conilni hato thi.-
country. T-e piromlt ImanIi;er in
which thep Ja'-ine-'- jress h a recent
ed the action of th ('California logi.-
lators make', i app,:iirent Vliat the ipa-
age of the bills would seA., to oquickl:,
revive the hostility of a year or two
ago. and that all of the Ipr:,-r- .-s ur'l,
since In fostering friendly re l:ititn'
between the two countries would be'
undone. Our lwpsition in Asiatic mat-
ters is decidedly a delicate one'. nnd
the cordiality of our relations with
Japan at present is easily menaced
by these hot-headed statesmen.

Steadily Climbing.
Misses Marie and Florrle Strickland
were In the city yesterday from their
home at Paradise. The latter young
lady is one of the leading contie. tants
in The Sun piano contest. The other
candidates had several thlou.and votes
each when Mi.-s Strickland's namo
was entered. but the rapidity with
which she has climbed from the bot-
tom of the ladder to withinn th.* third
rim of the top shows tha hI ha h-,-t-
of friends who are ttandinig loyally hy%
her in the race.

The Meanest Man in Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown. Is cross and disagreeable, and
Is short and sharp In his answers.
a mne cases out of ten It's not the poor
fellow's fault. It's his liver and dlg.F.-
tlUo that make him feel so miserable-
-he can't help being disagreeable.
.ArYe y,-u .:: t*::;r cf g Zt':n h Into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herbine for your
liver-the safe. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. 31. John-

The Sua oloe or calig cards.

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i ianesville Furnite C.


lI*'iic. 'cia

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la grippe coughs that may
Develop into pneumonia over night
ire quickly cured by Foley's Honey
and Tar. The sore and Inflamed lungs
a', 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.


Tuner and Remilr

Eatiimates Furni-lei Prcwptly and Ai
Work GiusrantmoI.
Referen, e: Aeic,-*:
Abramw-Ilill Co. FLA.




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Jacksonville, Florida

JANUARY 20th to MARCH 20th 1909

Magnificent Display of the Products and Resources

of the Counties of Florida

Agricultural, Horticultural, Mineral, In

dustrial and Citrus Fruits Exhibits.......


&FIS 9 W ~ J& V M 5S I & 29AV'4F UP


Gain~evll. P..Ie Must ORefgnin F rn
and Hood ILt.r
IKidney l11a coni' qui*'tl -Nil RttQ-fo
Ilit nature' alR a.% A arnq you.
Notk~e. thv kIr ,.i#Yt-p ritionus.fo
If there are .4tlingti and ito-dinie.'u'
li? timet then to u,e I hkion' Kid1no'Y
Pille-&."u-rt' nv ;nii~IE very
To warol off Ii ,Igh t ill pwa-,e' or d'ha
iDonn'-aht%#- done ir.'at work In tilt,
locality R o
.Nir. .1. L. Wnrreuiiof Starke.'. hR oo
oiVs. **IF"r .r 1111o ,,in I.. -i. I'w a a r-t im c1.'
I.% 14111e treTule' t-e ki',!!v#-% so rotI.1n -
wv'.r.' tooe. frequent. Iin Iz.-caxe. .11cacig e
fl0 tht' -,r.''o-w xiii .'.tc t and I -ctil
tv r4 I co ; iit :tr Iii : a, ~kaehv'- ai-ulI

c~itil i r.c :r t ic,, S iuc- I *ini
bao k.n I,, : i,*- o -!s '.r f i m-Ire I--".I.,

the'n a k4c1u c.' f ro. r, i I L-:IE ( 1 % 1'~il
i''r ~nI.1 -.4 all1 (1 ,11:l I ie 'e
Chas(1. P ricesI,. I_ `-w
hoh-4. 14.' !werk.i~s t -si os
I eni.nIbI)e .0'1 henmeD-oan" Kitt
Itake[' c no e h.rwon;. ni tt; a h.i

Epworth League Moe~ting.an

mue~et this aftitriitoo at .3:3o. NI.r. S~fid-T e m
ne~y Gtollwhiti vi Abe the l.'a(l.'r and has e m
preicar.d 'he te Alow inwIi tao'ro-p.ti g ro-
gr~xii. All -trang.,r- cordialy P' it#ii i.
ac) our tiii."'?iiiis:

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G-lit-lal A-1111,1--isoll :


QUM jev at (4lfl~ville.Fl

y Fulitor and P'uhUabei

Purt Custotiolg Room%.

ba-MINGd by mn'Irrie. at he c~ty. or
pAuoid the rated states, poage
ogyer-I. w o a mtnt h-: Iga sitthree
*pitiMSU for are week *-.trlctly in

.ands 'cnts for each I ttt,-,na I

WqLItnriit, Ofei..ht Pae tf'r'.,
VOW pubte%. tied every tozr!aiy i
0 ed ad niAID' all tile GUrs A oil-
agmi amate and Kret ~it. a!Ow~lIItwb
pop free. to any patt of t'-c Unilr'.!
C% 01 a # 0fo lO G a y ra r- inn w -ai' -n
bills become (!iie a'ter tr..:
41 advertiement. llfl'e-s thcut-.,L
IN 41 1 d Partke* nt 1 ku"wo t 11
11gilmd wpeyfu-r m vr..i.iiad.
Till: P 1A :LV ",

Weather wal 13 s h~%I ..eii .rl 'l
to Florida dtirii-a the ijrt,--

buy if y0o1 want too %%III the'
*=and vultes oftfer.d as a 1m1iiu%
,bao em.'e.'t.

Towiovek tlot wo)lild t-1 *ii ide-al
a &dty park. It k eil .i-alUy tow-

S yaritabi' tpara.xvI!;e.

p@ desire to t-t 3)our'frit-'nd'..

rmwaation thvy(it -ire-

Mle rt:-por!*ii r It'. -(ai t 1 .* h

Pi'ohabl%-the (trY .%--at !i, r
ble fur thi.- : .trc-. v it& Ci

IMussad'.anct'e1ip slwa~k, r Cx::

a" uponI1a time'i;t. ashis di.,iii-
to bit el Witli a 0111-1 aAtl te

Florida Whiat'r I~ it' luCj)iier-
6104 its S*vzotiuii here t(;jjy).
Drawn$ to lN. one'tot the niow-t
aessiouim oftitI. culViif Let,1C
69 attendance uillt no douult bot

someernewspjiptra iinu.At be pray-
410thWY May be made umartyrs
#A SO P~ania alibelt a.-e. %Who. t al
Mr. Pulitizer muat ha'te on
muvet ~t-i !. -art % -rti.izag coi-

112- Wea.co.butn he d

E0I O the other h and. m ake- III?
04ft ridicultouriBut if Frauce-
l ha'.etz ijukh hianc.I(U ) dic
blIm Shini i.hor-wla?.11z1P xitujeit Ulit

itht 1flil -tioieIt *4 Ca01-li~i .itii
their JA1 .I,,,, a -,. I. ,1. titito

m to ttr cjf ,.ito I i 41. I e~ I II III

i~ b. aziwt7 lb iii,- I ..;" c i

The Hut.: -~ a.
(Nj:..,- I
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Hlon John I.. .eeley of Tallahassee.
iemlber of the Le.gislature from Leon
county, was In Savannah recently. and
The Savanmab News quotes him as
follows as to who will be Speaker of
the next House: "Mr. Neeley was the
most prominent candidate for Spewak-
e.r of the next Florida House of Rep-
resentathe't- which c(nverie' in April.
until bhe ithdr.w in favor of his
friend. Judge y.d Carter of GiiAnes-
illhe. Judge Neely ba8 ee that Mr Car-
ter will b'. -hi-< ted. although lon IL.
F.'ri i ,f I >'.a; county y it making a
gn l fight for the diathiction. Judge
Ne.t. Wlhile- beillg on' of the' oUIlg
.it is oeit( of thte iost forceful ni-li
>l ti.- St.hi and lhi. fri'tild iredilct
h.at h,. ill I lhr. i,*. I;o\.i io i, r (A il hr -It it '!i a I, .. 1 i .;..1
until r.*,'( s ;v 1:1 th!i, lr. t|(l of hla

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Uwaad I* suergou losst Money k.
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Ti .-' w YN''irk K- **eimii P~o- : 01 .4
tirt'i'-an. i. liee hta\ r. r,.-t .l that
'hi .' cout itr h:i. tio ti rlr I% i I l s .,I -.. ..
ini''lt i oll ta.ik' ; look at so-il-to-do
ntir*er' r -. In w York AStat -
The l'unta Girar li r:eltl -at It
wo,.1i ; : it.l- ird thit th l ( l oiiiitl-s hoa ldl
('o:l. th Il itone-iiiil State. chosl tax.
M,,ild it to Tala::li-, -, i l-inll thli n ht .
it -nlit liack tli the tit fre lom Tallaih.:ih *e
This i. I- i- of th, nrin' nlt- (oi r tihe
evoiing l.,i-laiur, to caci(k "
T'l i- Puntia Gfirla IIe rald >.i TnI.
I., ui laturl -hotiti **;' a l;a w l m a: i *A1
it .* tiii l)i, I1. aIior I ir '' ni T to : li, 1
ItL' f:t; o .r ite e ; e',lt ro' -.
*oit l e'r i:ir,.r i I l i IIi i. i 1' fi 1 l :i
l.:.ti'i I rs** i it .1 . i i : .
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fl t ., tll, li, I it%. 1 iti t T ,
it ri'i n ,I l al i il a; ir.,',t t .t 'r, 1r
v. ;l i ,lic .i.l ;i. hi t'h ;>;i al el i.e iot
i'it- l'.L t t, ** anlm l %w ill aw.!r' l ;a- I rill
ia:nt I iz i lni.tany of 'lIe- Iroe:'- -' !li-
\\ i, h l i t'.l, l':tI *- !', 1, 'ra.n nt t !!"*
(iti.-- th. nior,' anil !!' t and activ'-
lir;aini.. leaving tihe, i'lhider and th-.
luhillar+- to the druilKg,-ry ot country
life. The ,,'fie-h paint' ~smi11. wlii-h
lIr .1ef'ormick d-.l-crt- 1roi'ghout tho-
Sountry. Is biut thi, -igln that a ie'w
:ii:ricultmual -ra is dawnipr, for the'
I nite'd Stavte "
The' Norfolk Landn iark I lDkm.) sav.s:
:'.th !Ir It.o>.-,, It aw'l Co('oigre'-
-lioi'lld calm tlh lni. ,-t'l-. puiat ionI brake,-
aiel zi\'e th. coi:ni'r. ., re t. l~o. u
l;:\'\,. iol n:>,r, t ha i that to; n: :ilrt - ., '!irh -. e th. # Ic '.,i rr I.y t!e- e'1r- li
i ; i .I iln *!;i c: I':- l*' i:t T l i '
',"t .:' i l 1. he *il l '<.lll ( 11i1lin '.
h.i,-. t il It f, r i 'r'. :,! tit.
-,:. -t.- l tin t flior of Con(' r,: -
i .t i quarri:i'-tl l i i 'nll t!el' let-<
t .* n. I :** I.h -;Itui. wou4l l pr'. -
.; h.~,i: c to b -, t i lltd in itoI -d. T!i-'
!. t i n rat- t!
t i ro, .il!, < .i o;f C'i il \ :lt .'.i-
:'. r*-:i ii .: .-o liti:, h.-tc ic l-al ii:-
;i,'.'., th .t hardly Ianyi)lrdy noi t -
L. we. i hat it sa-. Let us ha..-
T hl e l;al in 'l # ',l.. .-
"' h ti- rift bird, a:r'*' tlo.kin.g to 'i a.-h-
mn l i' Aind thl' i a;t' i-thlitn r.tr onli,'s
antiiKg tlhetni. I.v('loldihi!n in oine of
the' latest to fly iin and try to iuake
its ni-t uiide-r the. tariff eaves. Rkt-
c' nt rct-ruitis al.o incit.d f-rro-pilis-
piinrus. mnionazilt. iwpina and teazles.
The gentlt'miie'n ho are framing the
tariff are not quite certain whether
te'azlvs i. a n ew' d(ise as or a family
1jet. but. au wa.a. It needs protection
!ron the cold free-trade winds. and
it nmust be' saved from the Ipauper
teazles of Europe. The mioul.nient to
take the tariff off art has received a
check. Some of the (Congressmen.
from the tall tnimb-rs who went to see
the pictures at the capital city art
,how came away with the opinion that
too much had been taken off art al-
rcad' ."

n**,W 1t-1- 111#1t (, i k @ni, 11 t h, t e
;;lil,"%1 0. i ,' l I < ,,arl ef Tr ai'l. to t riirm lr
i hf :il e- IV- ,,,. 1 f, r:lilv .1 ft'it'l
(;. ,,-. l \ 11. i| k I'|v. ht h It I-
hot, l'-d to ii ill ,' t, la1 i o xi 0,r t, lot [ I
- .v* ,tio Ii K' .i-I F ,'lr-,I.t The, 'lir ...-
fill -itl of til h i'>i,- r,< r t- \ ih I tli.-
mii aiIr Ki\* r Sili I- (',?iVI1,n 'i\
-he' th it ra|ll it:l1-1' % ro-ae lll r- ?%li 'e
theo' nitiro t;nte e ist l ft :f i l llittv of 't **
\* ii't tire xr'iit h:'., alrhnd'v e4. -
eiimn'A..t lin this Ki'z oie l u eil,-rtalkitn
A.iil it I;:-. h ,,-..i : ar full.v fti ur. 'I 'ut
: i.t -i 't' fi t o iI ,r 4 ia n i* ,i'..ti1 ,,l
to r'ni tl\ i;:a n ith slf lh I'-lit Ai.,- i. : i h + !l ,t 1 : t Flori ,ln a 'lt
",,,,.r a. ii now 1lhit %:% i, 1tll, il1
j > ,'ii*11 Ili t fir-t h. ni'llf ia ri-'I, 1'
* t ,|t .,f lh .' I;- ,:ir-,l of T r:it.l, ti
I I t ii r%. r \ ,--|I.|I to t;k.*

S n r- ; ill th, o r n r if h-, it n
i oi '* 1 il < i ;' : I to .

T f tI** Th,. A hl- l ta t rhll t iay h, t '.,ry.
nilI on hiS -tt.r HooIt. It ns fr b not
tha' fadimn's t k t ir 'tI+ 1'sl. i n1lm h l
oninry illr o -n thf .. Thr If huid, das

The ladies who danced with Mr.
Taft -it th'c Atlanta lhall say he is very
inible on his feet. It it probable that
thn ladies tx)ok rare to I)# \tiy nimble
on their own f-et. Three hundred
loouinds on a dancing sillpil'r. with toes
iii ''ni. is not a pleasant exlrietrlncr.
.'\ien if th*-y are' Presidential pounds.

The Daytona waterworks bonds
we're- sold la.-t wetk at a premium of
1 I pe'r cent.

'4T LT e*e of I4* I (ITY >F" ToI -:1ai ,. ,
( **i .\..
Frank J. Chi'wy makes oath that
I.** h .-,:* or ;art:.r tf the firm of
,. .V rh, o':-. : Co. ,linr hu.,.n.'s in
;e City ut Tol',lo,. C'):inty and State
afo)resald. and that said firm will pay
tl.e sum of ONE IUNIDRED DOl,
L.ARS for 'a-h and evtry ca.e of ca-
tarrh that cannot lie crred lby the use
of lall's Catarrh Curt.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence. this 6th day of De-
cerinber, A. D. 1886.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-
trnually. aniD acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all drugglata. 75k.
Take Hall's Family Pills for coati-

**f ba- 9bus **g rwsng .mr*f few InMeamlA. wlk
u'hitrh I asi. I- en ai l J, f or over tswe l year.T
****I I tel *r t-at 'a *** to hve > ie* l i s*
"r s ii naf tl y. *or lhil earnlal reom e6 d thi. to a, y ffeIa4 -
'ho' f olaZ l. &


"3 wa much sfc.4vIS hsidim
MLc. Ned. I I kC.
about onee uuea saI
S mind~~ ~f
*and iW, mm S wdk VT
Ownwhee m being hesf fm. IW-W=
Without ftcbmm andmdi- s toia W p
ad a Nht Marem -do biN&"
?IZSMV& 25.. 30cAM$A
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Leave Gaineeville for Mkicanopy, Fairfield and Io-
cal points South... ................... 10:10-t
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:21p
Leave Gainepville for Sampson City, Palath,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points Noth :6:00
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9*: p

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For detailed information
ervationS, see your
write to

Div. Fee Aflt
Atlastle Coast Lise,
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N.o tl.Wafr".IdL u'a.er wWlMemamd L C. Bemuse 18d
S.VA%\NAH. C0I.1M8 A. (AM1lIC. d'bUTHCUM P1XM,

~44ItIIIl~k H I M0 SQl VEIUT
I -iI YA ik I E-Soila pIul so Tail.&a
I- 4,11 C ~,s' 0'rpselon Car af-d
4 1roe-) (t1) 0;(1 a Isi 1w .h ; Poll.
"t- ., It J'-r.. ) Vety 8- aid K ig t"I'
#to- r'. jA -, I r c i- -I &
Arfu'l is-fo-rna iouaa sa kepin sa r ear r.t'latleft M 40W 88
Aigrmikpe hw"I 4, mm' %tior t.hot IU %] 0%, Jr., ArnahamA Von"
Pasramictar Areal, J& kawmaill1r, I leride.

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Breads, Cakes and


Having repaired, and renovated our
BIakery, *e an" now preparel to riv -
you extvelent *arvrie. Have loir wa-
con ftop at tyour door ''ry nioirning.

R. T. S-hafer, Phone

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Uamd 75 CENTS

WW Appw rat
Johnson's Hall
bt uft d TUU, M. 25. 21
1wsst Takut~dLattl. MUlaiiclaIH &(awl
>. swme srailem ine, e a W..

Kwe. D. J. Iuuakinu, "Tim- (Irjl-ItAIg..
hhw~wpbimn atma' ai*'i i ad nit'iory, iof
6 a n i r ot a n d M cb~r iia "

Bead lMUioa PtaraiuuA iiuia-e
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clothes the nerves and
muscles with warm fatills
the veins with rich blood.
It makes children rugged
and hardy and fearless of
the cold. It fills the whole

and energy.
Thin people sometimes
n a foundd a day while
akig it.
MA -we a a"in
gmmape Abbmagm sP"am"r X Mamm isAl

Wl r Jar. ww -Ont da Wndy ever.
WbdW Jam 3.--On Prday even-
IRS. Wdi inst., a delightful surpritwe
eatertatomet was gIven by the scho')l
lUMrsf tWn hoor of their beloved
tMecef, ta H. Latlmer, aalso for pa-
rent sand rMeods. Recitations. songs
sad dialogue wll rendered filled up
a plemat bucars program.
UMr Hau and m. eOury of Cruers.
N. Y.. dMltud an with a f* violin
Mo ky MEaster OGuy. with sultar ac-
e-ssaimaht by Mrs. Haut. Mrs.
Lant of Cragers, New York. gave
Salse talk. contrasting the schools
a dtty yearn with the present.
Mra. Ltmer I seoringt fnloe sucers
as teacher, and wth her lovely ebhil-
drea has won all hearts.

The PFre Pod. Law.
seretery Wilson says: "oe of
e eObjects of the law Is to Inform
the consumer of the presence of cer-
ftal harmful drugs In medicines."
The law requires that the amount of
chloroform. opium, morphine, and
-ther habit-formin drugs be stated
m the label of each bottle. The man-
UotUnrMs of Chamberlain's Cough
Ramedy have always claimed that their
remedy did aot contain any of these
drP, and the truth of this claim Is
"Gw fully proven, as uo mention of
them to made on the label. This
fmei is i ot only oe of t:ie afeset
but tme of the beet uase for oughs
ad addls. 30 vale has been proven
Ie.' .uesti.n e.s. ta he any
ians ft has been in usearal Ie.For
Oak hryanldragglass.

I G I a be
tw J"n. 2 5

be tourists who have visited Long
since the establishment of the
rmen's Camp at that place doe
e that there is no place on the
SOast-ead that means every.
re deo--that offer such attrac-
s to he tourist. Lone Key Is now
atful spot. The cocoanut grove
the poist has bee made a most
ure qe 1esoe, the trees have been
Iy trimmed and the shagy ones
out. Professlomal gardeners have
at work on other parts of the
d,. and the resmalts have been
r wonderful. Hundreds of tourists
visit the "eamp" this year. and
ansea arranements will have
made to take care of thousands.
y West Clusen.

Lame Seammer.
This Is a eou o form of muscular
rhleumatm. No Internal treatment
Is needed. Apply Chamberlain's ULnl-
ment freely twice a day and a quick
curt is certain. This liniment has
proven especially valuable for muscu-
lar and chronic rheumatism, and
Is sure to give quick relief. Chamber-
lain's Liniment is also most excellent
for sprains and brulibs. Price,. 25
ceots; large also 6-j cuts. for sale
by all druggi t.a
St Petersbur|g' city director), ftor
190I indicates a total Io)pulatioi ,,f
4.971 rerildeit., au lhitiaf. uof .'0 i.
celit u1trr lat.I ). 'ar I'hl~ d(t'i iiLo)l
luclud' all) of th ,l' il t ruwl ,,
tourhi tfilm iln that liltt! *I It .
iniult," I lit' rallh (,. l,. .11 .1
rat. tihat >pr< iiil- t lo i| mtil* it, 1
1a1 loll i I I l i I *) t ; 1

Fever Sores.
should nt ,b- he al l a 1 Irt .'
should be' ki, t In h, .tlih l iil.,llitln
Thibs ui It,- ti i it, i, aI'Ily.ag, ('.lza tt.r
lain's H IM 1' Thl e.l\, ha.. i.,1 u
perolr for this lpurpola i I.- .l
m ofbt tUl '., ll 'l. fI,. ,1 tl.,,l .. .
UIppl I hut I,. Ail i a of *
akin Fur alel t: all druxggaitB
Sun "'Want ad. brtag rouilts.

C. C. Ilurgoyne of New Tork and
Daytona has contributed $&o to, the
automobile race fund. He Il wel-
known as a man of large enterprise
and generous spirit.
Mrs. Mary L. 8tovley. who died at
her home in Daytona last Tuesday.
bequeathed her home to the Congre-
gational church of that city for a par-
somage and save $200 to the Old
Ladles' Home at Jacksonville.

You would not delay taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy at the first sign of
kidney or bladder trouble If you ro.a-
lised that neglect might result In
Bright's disease or diabete-. Foley'P
Kidney Remedy corrects irregularl-
tile and cures all kidney and bladder
disorders. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Charley Jim, a Chinaman who con-
ducted a laundry in Miami. has been
arrested for selling opium. Sufficient
evidence. It Is claimed, has been ste-
cured to cause his conviction.

Every Mother
Is #.r should be worried when the
little aoee have a cough or cold. It
may lead to crouap or pleurisy or pneu-
momia-then to something-more erl-
oam. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complication. Sold by W. M.
Jo aaon.
How lo g ago was It that your store
-or enterprise-was merely a plan?
With aggressive advertlasn, how loog
before your plan of what It is yet to
become is recalled?
Subscribe for The Sun and vote for
your choice In the piano emtta

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ratham Iding,f aela Maim Sreet N
ell Pheme 51. Ales Leag DistaOMa.

Oflces in Graham Building, over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 354.

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Wheme S0


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Ofes for attom & OoCe. sl
Phaoe e2. alaetsvU, Pla.

Office in Haymaas Block

Can *ll uJLr Sity pfroperly, (,Ie
proved and uniai'ro.':ed), phosphate,
truekiiag and farming la ids. toad him
a i4t uf lwha t u i ier ffor sale. 2142l

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a Courm tt

use.. wc4.Wr Ui&LLO..eI ..* o mas"

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It pays the farmer to plant only the Ist. e i
question not of "how cheap," but of **"hw gooI',
We ar-- --w .oia- -- l I- d -iiad m h it i


will Iw' glad to owmil yriti prwe'w on

L MIXUU ~MAT xhafma.L

On 'akincr lay Aitlhout1wthe ne,
rials f,' r y,,ir o ake"*. lrn*ail, or,
S.Sto'k |or r rtone rem r w ith r a
iarl's i h-.Ik Flo.,r t,.t ill ,r S e
uatisfa t ti, I'ak hui 1'* r, .hllile, >
T* ^ ~l^ I Frnit,- (Ctt,. *n., a:,' Pleith,.. Own
( antcmil I.N Mil and rowa-ri.,. of Al kiab
all lhih- ,r,il.l an." ,,r Ii n
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The Fay-Sholes Visible.




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Capital, $75,003.00 Surplus, $17,591.74

W. R. THOM \-. Tn-iler.* G. K. BRl(MlME. 1,t V'i,-Pm.
E. D. Tl'KNEt, C,-1 ier \'. B. T.AYLOR. '-d< Vit-PM.

H. F. lttt)i, .1. 6. Nicbol,, J. A. MaultAby, M. Vena'l,., W. I..TlTom,
J. B. algett, (.. K. Broomu, W. B. Taylor.



24-26 8rie St., JACKMWNLLE. FLA.


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e Harvest Time is On. Are You
Taking Advantage of the

Great Sacrifice Offering of the Most Seasonable
and the Most Staple Goods as Well as





is purely a chance to buy all the best grades of Merchandise at a little over

ONE-HALF its value.

The Mills take the loss---we are the Distrib

utors and want everybody





We have included the 28th to accommodate a large number of people who have re-
quested it. These FOUR DAYS we propose to be ROUSING BARGAIN
DAYS and the THOUSANDS who visit the great G. W. HYDB
CO'S. SALE will go away loaded with bargains



We have planned unusual offerings. We have made wonderful sacrifices in every
department to make these four the greatest days of our wonderful sale. Grand
values in Table Linens and House Furnishings.
of those Beautiful Silks selling at HALF PRICE. See them at 49 and 69 cents.
Grand clean up on all small lots. Simply come prepared to buy
and you will go away happy.





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B^ pesd *ad What Is e.d

p e eo f the city.

w-w- at RUthertords
W. N. Waits for oak

SM esters day and nalht.

I bet in the market In
b I. L. C. Salth.
Oret Clearing Sale
Seek. Call around.
Mtobef of Waldo was
iN the city yesterday.
nagerls is now ia Jackson-
he will spend the next
the trckner of Waca-
absiesm visitor to Olanes-

weired coat suits 25 per
t dellar--mearly actual cost
gM of Alachua. a prosperous
f fat place. was a visitor to

m looking for bargains go
.'. All men's suits 25
aw the dollar.
Hibiscus. Palms and
l ags and Frult trees in va-
aI & Oraves. Phone 179.
I e M l Waits. a popular young
|d fawthorn. was among the
visiting the city Saturday.
b -l give 50.000 votes to the
0" that brings us the greatest
rt Customers by March 1st.
a Tftch.
C Klrby. representing a Jackson-
S40hMele house, arrived in the
.i-Mrday to spend Sunday with
dvesb here.
pI better at two-thirds the price
l purchases now. Thirty
4St decount on all goods In the
IL LJ. Burkhim.

I @f the members of the Baptist
g Peple's Union are requested
II paest at the business meeting.
IsM (lunday) evening.


S11m learned that certain persons
I aeesating themselves as my
a. ad taking orders for large
Of eUlalmg I will finish them
Misn mss the pictures given them
Sb6esa lJst-pictures of dear ones
06 masot be replaced. I have na
Mi aMver did, and never will.
4Md dirctly with my patrons for
I W.L I caunot afford to pay at
A at of the prices I charge for
bft ade work I do. Bring yoer
m-ai ts me aad you are ot only
i -esba toe of the original.
m hav a guarantee of a faithfli
bM amd aa artistic nish.
e triea.

J. M. Shaw of Monte cha %as a
visitor to the city Saturday
C. W. Wells of Alarctua %a. %a %ol-
Itor to laslnemvllke Saturla s
Special attention paid to ladies*'
trade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Crumbs of comfort for tired f,.t
Price |er pair. $1..'o. L. C. Smith.
Col. F. Y. Smith and E. Waddell of
Alachua were visitors to Galneville
When we say 25 per cent on the
dollar for our goods we mean It-no
fake. Come and set-. J. Manasse.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and Wagrtppe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotnson.

Pure apple elder delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.
Geo. R. Ellis left yesterday for a
short visit to Alachua. where he will
Interview the planters of that section.
All young men are welcomed at our
Young Men's Bible Baraca Class, Sun-
day morsting at 9:30 o'clock, Plrst
Baptist church.
eed he money diseeount sale w
continue all this week. y your
goods now, whether you seed them or
not. L J. Burkhlm.
Remember the 30 per cent discount
clothing ale now on at Burkhtm'a.
You get coupons on all cash purchases,.
so get the habit and dress better.
There is nothing more refreshing
than a glass of pure apple elder. I
sell It for 6 cents a glass or one dol-
lar per gallon. N. Francsleo.
Phone 223.
Miss Ina Sisk of Shelby, N. C.. who
is visiting Mrs. C. A. Marks at Waldo.
was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
She was the guest of the family of
T. B. Ellis. 8r.
Mrs. H. C. Denton and daughter.
Mrs. J. A. Ettel. left yesterday for
Jacksonville. where they will meet the
remains of the late Mrs. B. B. McCaa.
whose body s en route to Tallahassee
Chickering. Knabe, Mathushek,
Fischer. Ivers & Pond and other lead-
Ing makes of pianos sold by me for
cash or on Installment plan. See me
before buying. W. L Hill. Opera
House BulA ing.
Capt. J. S. Neal of Mclntobh was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
one of the heaviest truckers of that
eetion and has a large acreage of


les which

he will soou com-

M. L. Whitman and charming
niece. Miss Ludie Godwin, of

LaGrange, Ga., are among the visitors
tc the city. and while here are the
guests of Dr and Mrs. C. L. Carter.
Alachua avenue.
As usual, we were the first to show
the Merry Widow Pump in this part of
Florida. Our buyer represents a syn-
dicate of five big shoe factories and
is in position to get advance Informa-
tion as to styles. Hyde & Tench.
H. A. Ford and wife. who have been
in the city for the past three days.
returned to their home at Palatka yes-
terday. They formerly lived here and
have hosts of friends who are always
glad to welcome them to the city.
A. B. Hatchfeld of Moultrie. Ga..
has arrived in the city and Joined his
parents here, making this city his
home hereafter. He is connected with
the Hatchfleld Wholesale Grocery
Company, which will open up for bust-
ness within a very short while.

This Coupon Not Good After January 30, 1909

BAD & Safford The Gainesville Sun





2 Coujeloe May Iw camt at

Tie. :olte v'ite.-or aT .itei,er of the tr t r'ul-,m
NOT 04,411) .07ElH JA\1FAICY .:'e 1410


S'Solicited ad w)1 %il lo.e :1.Jprvc4idtt'4I I'


Gakinvile, FIL





Better Values for This Week. EVERYTHING REDUCED.
Our New QCarters Are Nearing Conqtio and We Want to
Reduce Our Stock to tie Lowest Point Befre We Move. ...


Best Apron Ginghams .............l
12 1-2 and 15c Drts Ginghams...lIe
10e Drews Ginghams.............. t
15e Percales ... ........ ..... l .11
Good Apron Ginghams .... ......e
15c Cambric MN .............0 11
k for Curtain *crim worth ....... 8c
It yard for White Madras worth 15c
E -m %WMaoms TdL8 Ubm
50c value . . . .. .
60c value ................ ..... 429
75c value ....... ... ....... ... I
$1.00 value .....................ool
$1.25 value .................... US
$1.50 value ........ ...... 1.20
Buy Dress Goods and Silks during
this sale. Everything reduced. See
the table of Silks at 23r 4k p,.L

Sheets, Bed Spreads,

Napkins, Towels,


J. K. Feaster of Rochelle was greet-
ing his numerous friends in the city
J. A. J. Strickland of Hague was
among the farmers visiting the city
Dr D. B. Morris, who has been
.pending the past week at Reddick.
has returned to his home nl this city.
Our goods have been marked at the
beginning lower than anywhere else
and btll we give you 25 per cent dis-
count J. Manasse.
Overcoats and all heavy goods must
go. See the wonderful bargains we
will give you-50 per cent off on all
overcoats. L J. Burkhlm.
The Inducements that we offer in
our shoe department are those which
will be beneficial to every one of our
rustowerM. Fair prices, good quality
and up-to-date styles. L C. Smith.
P C. Wind. who has been visiting
his wife and other relatives In the city
for the past few days. returned to
Quitman. Ga yesterday. His wife will
remain with her parents for some
Miss Ruby Sparkman. a charming
young lady of Waldo, is among the
visitors to the city. She is the guest
of Miss Dorian Ellis and will visit
other friends here before her return
Col. Robert E. Davis has gone to
Washington City. where he goes to de-
liver to the President of the Senate
the electoral vote of this State. He
will also visit New York before his

Mrs. C. M. Waits and children of
Sanford. who have been visiting in the
city for the past few days. left yester-
day fur Trenton, where they will spend
,ot,. time with Mrs. Waits' father.
Alouzo Colson.
Mis. Mamie Perry lirt yesterday
for I Daitoia. h, ere bht -aill tI-pnd sev-
oral day) as the guest of "r friend
%Mii. Almna Sullitan She i* one of the
o|>rat)rs it I he Southern iell Tele
piholne t echaugK in this 'ity

of cuourrv )o(u kxito that the Nlt-rr)y
Widow fluu'ipis that. isteat thing In
f 1 m)1 %-ar W4la'. h vtlaeitin Pattent
atiad tan frontc It to E siolthis, also a
, ii une tof olit lee r 14,111o, .1 1.p 111 141%

foir A F- Cl int- %,tv'rhiat~,) ameri.4tiI
i.r'~'eg,(i I l. .voM t rAfis fod &
0,41,1-n W id1A Ih l .'.1)
4)f er l t. K a n : a u t e I t eLs 1 r114!
talut. w4i-t it. d da% ir or ~,41I t ,,
dvi,upir.I) cattit. at,] AllI r.-. tt .r;

20e Kimono Flannels..........1k I
Ik for Boys' heavy Hos worth..5Me
Wl for 16-but Silk Gloves w'th $1.6
2t for Elastic Belts worth.........7l
1s yard for Cotton Suiting worth Me
lit for Bath Mats worth .........T7e
2 pair for LadieK' H fMt m-

We can't move them to oar noW qmU
ten and will cdoas them ot
See our values and prices.


The best values in MuHa U6i.
wear ever shown in the city. Tl iT
ments at less than cost of matweis.

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WANTED TO RIET-F1ie or six-room
eottage ear square. Apply this

WANTED-Good cook who madero
stands Northern cooklrng. Ma or
woman. Apply at aaltarium.
Dr. B. M. Tiso, who has bees n the
city for the !qsts two weeks visiting
his parer d recuperating from a
severe stl of sickness. returned t)
his hoir nt Providence yesterday.
Budded ; can trees of Vandeman.
Stuart. CU ( is. Froecher. khbley. Money
maker., runaln from 3 to feet. 12 for
$4. 100 for $38. f. o. b. bhre. Order at
once hE Stokes. Campyillo. Fla.

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