Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01558
 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 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01558
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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SANTA E, Jan. .L-The los eet- CHAR W N Jan. IL-The
toe Srower of tle ad Blad mseeU Panama trip ~deat-elect Taft
threo apt. J. L Matdwas made and party matm 4'de this
a bother large ask of cottanm t week. moral& Wrhe Mr. and Mrs. Taft
whlAe take the larger bulk of the eoat boarded the cruiser "North Carolina"
tM 69 108. The sale was made to in Charleston harbor. The trip will
-e Dmidtly 00oman f Balekkm. end at New Orleams, February 13 At
L., Mt 11m7d U eats6 wte1 wbibk ov I ot Pas. sW amie below New
I" pr5e of1 prOdUOtt n. to--Uh the Orleans. Mr. Taft's party will be trans-
beat that ouCM be d me. It took tRf erred to the scout cruisers "Birming-
sold cars to carry It off. The previo ham" and "Salem" for the trip up the
ate ook 13.e Solid ear, making In month of the Mississippi river. This
alsl taretee seld ars, blades some arrangement haa been made that the
local BMMtO frmi this station. "North Carolina"' and "Montana" may
Who will ary that Banta Fe is not In escort the Atlantic battleship fleet Into
the otton belt? port on its return from its world
The amount received by the farm- cruise.
er* for the cotton sold last week will Mr. Taft's immediate party, which
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put aear z0.,u00 I circulation m this
community alone. The farmers In this
part of the community are as j rule
to good shape, with full smoke houses
and barns, which assures them of
hog and old hominy, with good
schools, churehes,and lands, but, alas!
sorry public roads.
The farmers are busy preparing for
another crop. RAIl is badly needed.
nl fact. stock is offering for water, as
onlyin the Immediate vicinity of the
rive or spring branches can they get
msuclent water, unless watered frem
Jame and John Holder of Cit-
romelle are visiting relatives here this
ianta Pe is In need of a better and
larger depot and warehouse. The
makeshift that we have Is an eye
more to this Intelligent community
Fer the amount of freight handled
here we think the company could and
shabtd give better facilities for the
comfort of the shippers and the travel.
ing public.


Theodere Human Will Appear in the
City Again Seen.
Last Saturday alghi will ever linger
nla the minds of Gainesville's music
lovers as a memorable one. It being
the first concert of Theodore Human.
the famous violinist, in this city, the
noted artist being assisted by several
of oar leaditn musicians. The con-
cert which was riven for the bene-
fit of the Holy Trinity eurebh, was
opened by Theodore Human playing
the "Zlgeunerwelsen." by Pablo de
Sarasate. This piece. as peculiar to
the Hungarian compositions. abounds
in stirring passages. ringing chords.
and through the whole is beard a sug.
gestive melancholy melody of ex-
quisite sweetness. The playing of this
difficult piece reveals Theadore Hu-
uuan as a true artist and perfect mu-
ician.et herd by th dl
Next beard by the delighted audi

w ev -J a Saw. v,. ,um.6A.- su1wr us, u. iut te anlt ouiliaug was ence wals itoss
Il were killed and more than n the path of the slide. Olwra "Tancred
S re ad arrow eapem from A teaust*r saw the slide coning brilliancy by the-
and made a desperate effort to drhe anibt. Mrs ek
wa m as avalanche of *now
W vaan. e of sn out of the way He was caught and lturkhirw Thlna P
w bte Camp Byrd mis at buried. His dog rushed at the uaow. a.li.reilated Iv ti
T l teray. The four men began to dig furtously and kept at it .ila,>ed their de-lil
rs bai su las the clock houee wheu until be reached the buried maint. lU o taltited ladll.'s ru
liM t without warning thousands crawled out unharmed. Then can. thi
le s of snow, rocks and dirt ,s.ept "ad" Austin. hero of many a '114 lirante, Th. [i
ANO the mountain lide. The p-.rty ride through the nmountaitns- lad onie the. Hiim u i0t:i (1
1W reiDtly l the iath of theI a a of the beot w taxe ldrttera in thI' '., Iti, S ivr .i
Imme aad the aUeu weie hurled into heard the lide a %liin li It art ld Hlie lil, t ,,e iA,,l. I
0& eaiye and co ered with nuuow as drltilig a b.ix. hor.t .tase fill.l n ,,io, I,,i ,,
Caug in the steep mountain trail. a lith pe tilh. u.Id thi e hIr.h ,rvl. lliri ii,. k. i,,..t, ,
1b the bliss ard which raied all d4. ug a A,,l,0 11 g.lli A l l. .i hI. t ., 4 ,,,It ,, %.,,,1.0,-
4 pW eight ix horse- teIvan. aiti itd uii..i th. ,... I, ,,, ,. h,~r ,,,ul I,, r.
4p ia Sid and &ad pa) aaeag-" *Woeeded is I(It',i.a. th -i I 1 t i, I d .
4 taat anxiety is felt for their sa. I't \t ry d ,it ,f t, ,. i t, it. ., .i ,
TheSavalt ambercameldut I ithe r Tu i ileadtlrra .tl. >(i ttn I; I tI '. .' ,, I I
alalsde with trreit be The I,i) AI.i I i. l I i I I i 1 i'. ,
aM Worklng in the mtlut Bed (I r |t he cait o t. ,I 1. ,,! i,. ( I,,. i .. I. i i.

Iii's Overture to the
I ilave'd with much

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and the following eamint selv ea.
aem: Fredericek P. Stearns, Sesan
John R. Freeman Provel.., R. L;
Jams D. Schuyler, Les Aale, CL;
Ilcham Randolph. ChlcaWo; Hwy .
Allen, Chicago; A. P. Davis, Wasbin
ton. D. C.; and Alle Hasa m New
York. and Monkce LopexMr. Tatrs
Pllipino valet. The passemngir Mt o
the "Montana" Includes elht sew.
paper correspondents and Mr. RIehauv
Jarvis. of the Secret Service.
Mrp. Taft. Senator P. C. Kas saad
Frank H. Hitchcock and the m.a
neers reached here Sunday morale
Mr. Taft attended service at the Uia.
tarian church and spent the bala.m
of the day in the country. carrying At
a program of enjoyable automobilla,
lunching and dining. Messrs. Kmox
and tiltcheock accompanied Mr. Taft.
besh'es the engin-eers and distinguish-
ed citizens of Charleston.

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dore Hui
Prof. Hu
in Hupr .
port- ,it"

'.- nnnethling twyerd t'
St de.crite. and Tt e
. vill nev-'r he f'.rg )tt :
n hali traveled and li\'c'
. n:d ha.4 thus had the c,.
: f uwa t riig the, ti :I't

V .a.. and Gypsy melodies. whh'
a r rt for his marvelous ltuer,'r t'
t f the Magyar muhic. a 1...tuk
Bat, r" tntaace. *
Dr. U.2dA. always a favorite, then
sung the splendid operatic selection.
"La Julve," and h4s bass voice expresm-
ively discoursed the beautiful aria.
The Doctor was repeatedly applauded
for hise Se number. Dr. Waldo was
accompanied by Miss Myrtle Fennell.
who is well-known as a decidedly clev-
er pianist.
Amid much applause Theodore Hu-
man again took the platform,. this
time playing the beautiful "Romance"
by Godard. In response to the enthu-
s.r.stic recall Prof. Human graciously
consented to an encore, and this time
captivated his listeners with Welnl-
awskl's "Mazurka."
This was really the end of the pro-
gram. but the fascinated music lovers
lingered still, and Theodore Human
for a Gnale played the diicult "Rondo
Capritcioeo." by the Immortal French
composer. Saint Saeas. This is anoth-
er selection that is especially intricate,
abounding an delicate thrills, dashing

passams,. with a
stralina through
ascuntuated with
Human's tone is
quality, and his
ladescribable awe
sublime pla)ing.
nled during the

theme of eadness
the serious melody.
a brilliant staccato.
of a pure. liquid
audience feel an
in listening to bis
He was aooompa-
evening by Miss

S"rederlkka Mordt. one of JacksOw
Illle's finest musicians. -. :
I'pon the close of the memorabb
-vent many of the listeners rushed to
weet the dibtingulahed musician. who
.rv" sed his pleasure at bbila is
-ch a hospitable and muskc-l.vib
A. v-

It is the earnest desire of those who
managed this concert to give Caine-
vllie another opportunity of hearg
this celebrated violinist, and kt M
proposed that a large concert be ar-
ranged, to be composed of Theodse
Human and local musicians, to be NO-
en within about two weeks, directly
after the Bible Conference.
The ladies of the Woman's GaM
Certainly deserve credit for their Oe
tertainment and seal in gi ng s ek a
great event as Saturday night's ad
at a special meeting today (Tudsay)
they will very probably complete V0
rangements for the future latersU i

Painting the Suilding.
Means & Gerdine have secured the
contract of painting the National Odd
Fellows Sanitarium and beans their
work Monday. The entire of the *
teror of the building will be plad.
which will make it compare with th
Interior finishiugs of the hospital.

No Mayor's Court.
There was no mayor's court o0a M
day morning,. the same beings adjonB|
ed until next Friday. There were e0-
eral small cases to cone' before
mayor. Including one which was P
off from last Monday es-on.

Baby Was Only One to

Escape from Murderers

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%ith A~i.r' iI .,,iltiiA?,a j i-iPoti~r andi
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To aq9estlobly prove to the:
psiple of Olneville that Indidetae-,.
ad dypepsia is curable and that Rex-
oa vyspepsi Tablets will effect the
e, we will furnish the medicine a -
alily free if it falls to give com-
pist sati ectloa to anyone giving it
a trial.
The remarkable success of Rezall
Dyqpepaa Tables Is largely due to
the m and suessful jkthod of
*atar.tur, whereby the well-known
rupatids of B Smth. abaltratte rnd
f IoIrshve beeI Semaac4 with
ear atlves d their agmts.
Simon& mabrate amd Peptn are
i'wNe O W the metif medal pro-
eaA as pe-loAds for acute aim1g-e
tis Mad dyspepela.
TheI peWs sea tin Raeal Dyrpepeia
fthlei e iame***r by a new pro-
wlA doe edp its grpatut oi-
p. m e p9 e to the digat-l
ye a iparnts- em of the most import-
at .hmetms of tMhe digestive Ald
Mae rb a tomle Iassmun epon all
te gl s vhich supply all the other
eeIest neeseary to proper aslmil-
a mties and digetiam.
The earmamtive add properties
whc promptly relleve the disturb-
aces and pala caused by undigested

The poret ecmbtmnato of these in-
gre Aeats make a remedy absolutely
lismwapMable sad invaluable for the
mnptte cure of lndigestioa and dys-

We are so positively certain of thli"
that we sell Rexall Dyspepsiat ablets
on our owa personal guarantee that
they will either cure you or cost you
nethiag. Three siase. 26c. 41c and
Ie. J. W. McCollum & Co., corner
Ist Mail and Uatom Streets.


Pet AiRmal Bats All Cereal Ada Ptlaed
*a *ill M r
WhiSa everybody realizes that W. 8.
Dorsey is a good grocer. because be
has proved blaself to be. there are
fow f say of our good people who
Imew thati bas a hypnotic influence
over dumb almals, as has been
deienstrated upon two occasions. We
do not attempt to intimate that Mr.
Dorsey's mind is no better than the
average pony. horse or cow. but really
a great Im vement. since they have
got to thbiaN as he bas.
About three years ago Mr. Dorney.
who is very fond of the animal klag
domi. owned a mule to whk h hle wa
very fondly attached. While. lP had
the time he devoted some attenti n to
this mule. taking the |wroonal re-
sponriblUty to give the animal his
daily food and water. The animal
Imally "caught on." and if his master
*as not on time and it was thirsty.
all the mule did was to go to the
pump. grasp the handle in its teeth
and pump whatever was necessary to
satisfy its thirst. Metion of the re-
markable teats of this dumb animal
was made at the time.
But while this was great and at-
tracted the attention and admiration
of the community, Mr. Dorsey has
something to offer which now far ex
eels this creature of the dumb animal
family. The mule having passed to
a point beyond bting petted. was left
to his own destiny. and Mr. DlorKwy
took as hit pet a cow He fed this on the choicest of feed. and there is
no other reason to account for

it than that, while feeding her
from his hand the various boxes
of food stuffst and cereals, the animal
had noticed the labtlb anid dei eloped
certain weakie.al.s fur (ciltalti
foods. The result is now that Hlill
Poster N E lklenOu., shu uons a
board in the lot where the (cos i ac-
'uulniodated. C('aliIlt |oa)t e('ertae Ini
braadh of c.r.al. ah%%ich are- liiutratt-d
oil the' taUAud l t th1'> ill liu(tt ItihD
utll the ja.(t,* I. dr) rli. tuo,
rec-ognilllig ithe illluitatl i iof thue
brand. uiakte htliae to Ke'I iaw lait i
it. wtlh Ift"' r'--ul( th; Ir lh)ri-,'
d.e laie. likI. ted i1111 f1o l' hir i,.rtil di
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a htilI, ill I',t-tI r I .ni.e tnii a n 1iii.1 I ftri
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Interest Centers in Leading Candi-
dateCer-mplaint Against SGliit-
ing-Leadera Did Net Change.

In round numbers yesterday was the
banner day In the piano contest. 103.-
453 votes being cast since Saturday
afternoon's count, of which Miss les-
ale Dupree received the largest num-
her of any one candidate.
Complaint is made to The Sun that
soliciting of votes is permitted at
some of the stores connected with
the contest. This is against the rules
and entirely wrong. No candidate or
their friends should be permitted to
solicit votes at the stores. It is not
fair to the other candidates, and
should be stopped at once. Let each
candidate have an equal showing, and
the prime go to the one who has earn-
ed It.
Pollowlag is thbstandln of the can-
didates up to 4 o'clock yesterday af-
Miss Dorian Ellis. city ........ 340.275
Miss Catherine Halle. city..... .337.615
Miss Bessie Dupree. city ..... .293.310
Miss Florrie Strickland ....... 140.900
Miss M. Daughtrey. .Ity ....... 11",.6",0-
Miss Mary McCormick. ity. .. 6i,.74>l


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Nannie Dicklnson. city.. 441.920
Alma Fennell. city ....... :1.9.945
Julia Carter. cityv. ... .'...29
Jessie Evans. city ........ 21... 96
A. Groff. Newt rry ...... '1.'*:3
Mabel Sanchez. city... ...1.
A. Strickland. Wahdo .. .197-'."
Estelle i H.-al. city..... 1 *,*,:I I
Emma Hudson, city....... 1. i'Ct*
I. Ware. High Sprlngs. ... 1. -,;
Minnie Shawl. Al-irhua 7'. T'
Annie 1eville..... .. ; '*
K. Carlton, Micanopy .... 4 17".
Nell DaCosta, city ....... 4.,0of
Uzxie Sheppard. ell. 3-.:*
Goldle Lambert. city. .... ".71,
A. W Sargent......... .. 1. t-.
Ruby Albright ........... 1.120
Mary Thigpin. city .... ; ;
L. Sanders. Hawthorn .-,,
M. Fernandez. city-...... 4)4
Elvena Staf. Waldo...... .57"



New Baird Theatre.

Th-'o dIludyie, uand ',siim iyn/.
MV.Vmubs, ; (ib. s-" 7A.py n'loti'rpe
in .ewY' )u,'k"
Electric Theatre.
etw Moring Pafrcs', ach aftvr,,x n
and night, e.rcjd Sunday.

At The Baird Theatre.
"Peck and His Mother-in-Law
Abroad" as presented by a capable
coni|many under the management of
Charles Belvin at The New Baird
Theatre last night. There are a numn
ber of laughable situations in the play.
and altogether the audience seemed
The specialties proved enjoyable.
being '*ew and catchy, and added to
the evening's program to a consider-
able delgrev

Electric Theatre.
"Aft,.r Malny Year.." a a highly
plI.aniing picture shown at the Elth-tric'
'The.atre last night,. I ,ing one of a
large inunlt.wr i.ecured for the etxhili
lonuts during thlifi we.k. K' er) ilght
ti..r 'e till be. a tIew ,a hlieltihIt W 1-e(tl
Il-Itt k'lz fit)1 1A u i& A t t itI. a.. 'A Ia i a*uIt
Ifltt [**,l* hown Il a tUll (lho < h .tnil lll'll
tie.i re'.t ur.tu e'd h'w) will re 'eli'

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"I ar lha %% 0.11 THill!OtA a a i
ever~thtligitItp. iii-e,111j, If 1.11
aMi there.ara-t ltaa ..hel,.Ti
Ity Of cit ph-Id. Is h.*re .ini tn
s ith it an #e imrimvf ia-? t a-
he thfu go~trfntt-lit. The' we dlh
Sb11Compjare~s fa~ 01r1)1 '..itt
~fcnights are (eIo. Iflut a
Ow ithWdo~v up. Thce-nar t.rno
Mher v.

Returns With Bride.
J- W. Mi ligan land a-tid.- a%.-
h"tecjat fli,-1 la~ird i~i:toi -la*a
iJ M s n Nairth tib -* 1,i !
wok,.bl 1)~6 1 au. aif 1 1,-- a 1a ( 11.
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DAVIS 100 Per Ct.

Pure Is BEST


Because it lasts

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surface to the gallon
than ay other paint
made. Thcre is a
BEST in everything
-in Paint it is Dacvis
100 Per Cent Pure.


Resolutions by Suncay Sch:ol.
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The Meanest Man in Town
16 the oil*- vLo ils wta.r., a
Oicr si~t At. I ,.':r: !.,I 'i an- -'
: ie et* %t- sout of b: It.% It'- ? tth6e po'ur
fa !ie's fault.,IWs hi- liver aid dlgas.
tion that tuaka- hint te e] z-o titirad
-he can't ho-11a bN lug diz.rgre~eaalelu
~.%I,,- tao hin d~.g, r of get? ngin~ to
hiat conlk.t ia en? 1 hti- start at oace
taukhi.,; ltlIh: se iv: Wlue fliar ehiz
li~t~ erthe :-aft-. tircan rd r vo -a iga
talk rigula or. Sold by W. MI. John-

Jolly Hunting Party.

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Too Much Face
You fev) as if you had oil(- face Wto)
miany when you have tneuralgia. don't
3 ou' Sa'a etile face-t-3 10 Milky ne
it but puttrid! oftthe nriu~ralgia ta3
aj~l % Ing I la l'tItrJ 's St~uw iu ltj-Ult..
Fliiv.,t thing Ii nthe u~or!d fa~r Tb. 1.
3lea irbtacb-a iild all jpza~n ,Sadiflby W
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rurifier. It iq the or,!y ,nevlcine that is able bgtodr Iu dw
tion atul entirely femove the catarrhal matter and impuritim whic
the tirm-Me. As long as Cie Imucous umembanes and tissuem'kp
and irritat-d by this imri;ure and infreutd condition of the bkosjW
remain. 71.3 (j.~yancitd t 'fletous symptoms, of ringingg*MJ
tmai~rtuu.i crnoloping back Iillf-the throat, headedhm a~ry
..i~. l ctnstomac h t' i.'~d and weakened health, ianutsju
mncrttlvyie 1 until the blood i.4 purified. tiothing equal. .L.
1t,11r;o' s. I t j: (- i !,, w n to the vecry root of the trouble, and umsova
i 1xirt 1..:c rfthe c iarxi.'iarn.Atterfrom the blood and enriches this vital IkH
that ail t 71-:C 'i er.are awpplied with nutritive, healthful qualltihb1
Ftc.Ld of I c:'o..tantlV ir-it~tted ard inflamed by Iprtkeins Is P!e ed
tion. T11I :a C~V ;' irn c.to p3%s away and when &. ML4MasiU
P" rti rd )fl, e I AlC.-1tarrh i,4 pcrmamently cured and thmgue Se l n I
rr-.~vluz~ i~.1ksuk on Cataffh and any medical advicamasiredswaS
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Capital, $75,000.00 Surpl s, $17,3L74

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.1 ,. n W.R. T. T MA.v., ermilent (. K..BRaoo Mn .Vi. lM&
S, .. .t r. D. TI'RNER, Ca'Khier W. B. TAYLOR, 9iM Vl-P "1

S. ,:i,,u ,..rir-. o DIRECTORS:
.I I i La1i U-" a F. Ditt ..i. .1. 4Niehoi, J. A. Maultshy, M. Vel.e, W. IL.
I.1I. B. Palgett, (;. K. Broomr, W. B. Taylwor.

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S-nn.i'i Spankinj % i
'-" '.. o'ly It'- ," taple and Fancy Crocerles

S ";:" "-" "'" -GrafI G ardeq Seed aqd Fertillaers
I, LV I,.,, r. l, k
.r .. .r ,:, xt.nal ca : If SOUTH SIDE UARK --- OAINMISVLL.L. fLOIMA l
,* i cai. t f.. I th, ;in e:1, t,, t)ba '.
i .t i. C"t, a:u ver'.ii,:L. as tl.. Highest urarket price paid for Chiekeume, mi ir Pd gs
t l... ar it is t if :as trr.h wC orlh,
;i( i t k. ;' It 'u:,r adr .d rsanA a; Complete stock of Ha. Cotm. Ot rlo-r., De- "-. _
..,,, : .I. .I-:, a.ant to take-sure in 8d Me and Rye. We bandl tei Vy
I" action. i-rice -.. cents. Sold by at Lowest Prices, and guaMa tee u ". L ,

For City Marshal. 1
I respectfully announce myself a
:.n1liadat.t fr..r !..e o'.te of Ciy ilal-*
-hal. to be o,.1l for at the election
n Ai.ril 1;.. 1 '.*t*. If elt acted I will -
f,' fullyy ditharge the dutl-.s of the I
0)!;v (t. k1l :):t f- a or ar a or. I re-
.pe tfllv : :,< iit It vt* ,s a all, ir-
e..-p.ecti'. of part:. affiliation, A H ew, MRa F -O h o i
__ Steam Heat, Ga.- and Electric Lights. Omnly
Every Mother.,, ated. Service GusamMteed.
I, ir lbo,ald be worried when the W. N. iETEL. Muw L
!tt!e onelt. hae a cough or cold. It
may had to roup or Ipleuri.y or Pi.-U-
noniia t'l.n : -... lig more steri- EdTHER JORDAN*. W.W. WAMPIM
ou.-. Pallard s flor, houin. Syrup ~ ill
curv the truiilf t. it once and are entt
Funeral of Mrs M.r. MusINSURANCE
Thi. fu:iral of %1:'.- ,-..Mallphur- I S U
o The. tunral wa h.l.I at tAi.h PorTkut Bl OChK 0AINeSVILL&S. PILONA
church. i.i-ar l.a('r<)et., heri- .he
l i r.. iciiall. rear-id Sh. ~ a- well

"- Fire, Life and Arcident .l0..M"1
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ____________
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T ake LAXA.T1~IVE zhz'a.uA., Quinine
Tetbet~i. iruggi-tza re-fuiid mine~y If
It fail.-,tto cure E. W. GRIOVE'S*is
nature 1% ion each boL ac.

Forced Draft Realism.

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114e1'.it,a Ta a Uf iIAtItiAl a ou
11f- 0 1ia a0i II.L )'()air duty to
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pow& .!)ei jorto5oty unpifO
m-arsw iiVIC. s witat we
a. ii -I.-i aa Is I. We di& 1
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A. M. CUSHMAN, Agent, Gainesville, FlW

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is reody Sf tOe4T 9 mwe than
|pay for the expense Incurred. Last
*Mt B&talth sold eight acres of
m tMe west side, near Rand's
rt t s'o.W WIan#, was
>Mv w sawsesv"i yor ago ands put
4 bow eCdition, and ati t.te off
the meM had a good crop oe veab e.
WiMh wll .et. the purdmr a meat
su. Whle mfei yW'm W4aud, imu-
lwl it Iadl ake a pnt to two
yars tue:?-Bauford Hera.
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' ome one entered the stlre of
Mw& Sam at HastUge bt Sator-
ky morning about 3:30 o'delok' and
secured eleenm iaii of tuers, one
. of shirts., one box of tbse. and a
air of $3.50 hoes. Aboe this time
Mr. D. A. Wimtermute. who was
rf^eping u latre, hed.Hla fi Jmp out
dto the window by which he had enter-
d. He ralaed the window immediate-
ly over Ow thie s ie b a. -bootlug
at lPas be ra. ,It I ,not certals
whether he hit him or not, but he did
h best to. The rgue was not able
ta 'evrry ayiasit himt s he
ta I a 41rM.. Tbi to the third Ume
that someone has entered this same
tore, bkt they thlik It wti be the

Whefe Chess is Meet Popular.

Seme time In the eleventh century
Olt Guneldb. heIdL, plroner In a
16 1W large, amused
iify t r ta a ot of hebesmen
ad teacMn the- ame to hia Jaler.
The tower whkh sU stands, Is known
as ^ hCa t~ wr. Te Jailers tapgBt
tlR to their friends who were so
ia:dwt I t they voted aSM
"Thi d,-
ti -_ et- cee6i--e the p-reseet
-1 eL Evey psise plMay The
vlo ge ho1l is alMbs the (bs lan.
mm Ie emlld every year. and
mp .a.af ie to the bt gyen.. Itf
* yo-C s m. gto n adjoining VU-
Jie fp W wfp who etanot play chess
=h p a a, to be used toward
o 't te next tournament.
Sst oflatMeM ahas sprlea t
aWledge tf the game ame, ae
yena ladles of all the suorrundinfg v.-

what to the sight pronunclatlo of
t"a word? It is usually pronounced
by Englishb people as It It were French.
with a soft, sibalant g. and In one *s1-
I there as juustlfletlen for
i? li gew wl ty is it not
>lete Illkse Wateloo? And it not
English, why French? Why not'Flew-
bsh? In Brtges Up elf yyu do not bear
the A 'rcNF opnquiluatlo. It is the
'ilmWTh ~*ta. Ask at toe tation-
If thil te ltnra in Inz F Vmanae, andd
they will hardly uvil.errtnniid ).u They
will iy. "-It ii l;rsi i I. I..t :f',
Ivw's "t'arillonl'," w. lm. It i "TheI 1 -1-
fry of llrtipeW t thue rl tin %i%- to'I
iable IsM those Iitelded to be real
with tfie 'lrtutih Iproit ut s itit iis l iBr
ft) ur in tl.011' L.1 l fa-:. i < it ; I
rT. w ith "-* ti tr l "q ** t ""'"
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Natural Kindness.
At an o er te ay -rallrosd %me-
tlon a traveler fend himalt bungry.
but with only two mlnntes to spare
before his tratl left. "-1U take a cup
of re'Fe.' he mid to t'* young wo-
man ui charge of the eartaurant. "I've
no time for nything else."
"*You ran take all the time you want.
str." eld the young w, uan cordially.
"YTo lw k at tbhi bi of fare. and Ill
telephone to the superintendent to de-
lay the train a little while."
**Why. cam that be doer asked the
travelh-r in amazement
"V'ertainly." sad the young woman.
Of cvarse It ca. It's a branch road
ad so other train coming or going
over It todnray, nd t!:' su;.,'ri:it ndent
would want you to have a good meal
He owns this restaurant."- Youth's

The lfleumfe f Bath..
Is there any town in the world that
has so Impoaed Itself as much as Bath
upon the life and language of the na-
tion? For some there are Bath buns.
for others Bath Olivers, and the mill-
teat ladles who and the bowe too soft
may throw Bath bricks at office or
other windows It they disapprove of
the Bath chaps. When we become In-
Arm It is the Bath chair we seek. And
that "thomasud year" of the mulddle
am "without a hath" at-emj now bor-
rible.-London ('hronclde.


TIu KI Yu bav" Aew lh
Mears th.
Nature of 4

New Cadd

T~6 to the N"bility ef the Medleal
To enter the ImdIrial profe,-k a Ito
1i.d ftlneself In moit m nt11l. :pany.
When 1iante w7ts rd by Virrll I "t the
liprg nce of "the I mlter of the I that
know" be -aw ArbItotle Iurrorumed by
a group of the msaes ofn autllulty. Look
at them as they are Introuli wed one by
oe, and you will see that a fourth of
them bear ares Illustriousa in Iedi-
cdM. To take noae of hot one--Hippoc.
rate Is there, The sntitiet will not
turn t s his pige now to lea n what
has it be taunt In modern text bnokq
of class rooms. Yet be will do well to
lay to heart the spirit that gukled "the
father of wdltcine" in draminll up the
oath imposed o the st euias of the
Hippocrstle scbool. "With mlrity anrm
with holiness." the en:lihlate was
made to swear. 'NT wiIt pi.s my life
avd practlee my art. Into whatever
btisse I enter' will go into the benefit of the Wk. i lI abWtitth
flwm every voluntary act of mtachbef
and corruption,"t
In the long s s'pellon of those who
bare enlarged the bounds of hiL c-i-
*ea the student will meet. with a
griat army f rune who have kept the
spirit of that ath uider t*her ine.-
tdons than wer opnn to the plone-ers
whoMt the dInaevrnl poet cuonslns to
a place In hli lfaeruo because. though
blameless of sin, they had not beei
bapltxd.-Sir AleiAnder Simpon Ia
London Quiver.
The Old **9.
9w Tafk tli no meryo n and
unaopblstlcrte4' said a man who Ias
Vl1ted all the ld wort enpitanl. "S *h
has now all tie wearihew and vice orf
Paris, Londou ad lRome. They who
still speak of New York as young.
chMlll a Innocent, ignland me of Lord
Exe of the ('artox.
"Le l2Stxe, at aventy, tried to lead
the Itl of a youtr of twentyflve. lie
dyed hi hairt, won a corset and fre-
quented the male halls. PleIadilly
circus and the B rlington arcade. One
afternoon *a, he dovre from the Carl-
to& Ln his brougham a member said.
"'There voes Ele. He told me over
a whisky and soda just now that be
felt as frah nas a tw,-yea r-old.'
"Another member sneeriAl.
"'He probably meant a two-year-old
egg.' be murmured."-New York Sun.

mman a mmii

Tuner and Rebuilder

Estimate Furnished Premptly and All
Work Guaranteed.
Reoerenmes: Adkirep:
Ludden & Bates GA I NESVI LLl ,
Abrams-Hill On. I'A.
It It's printed stationery you want,
The Sun oldce Is the place to get It.


One of the
of the ha oe i of 1& &r is a vut
fund of information as to the beet methv
of prmnotiag health and huppi ne d
right living and knowledge of th Uorld'
best prrhlctA.
Products of artel *~tOMen a
taoable claims r fully prew nted
Md which have to world-wide
arcepta thrwt the approval of the
Well-lnformd fthe World; not of ind&
viduals only, 6ut of the many who have
the happy Nceulty of ainetin and obtain.
ing the bet the wouM d s .
One ofr the produestW that claus, of
known compam s 11 an EthicalI
remely, appeO h lyuhi, and corm.
srikdek by tho W nbLdJ of the
World aa ,,alis w, t.m family
xative | e wmS>bw11sqq, of Figs"
F3ixir4d bum. To. i bt bencfcia
ects ah"6 buy the O ed, nmanua
S Iur O the Clfortm Fig Syrup Co.4

ir*. r I!'e by au I n, i : la i u ,ta.
rf ;..* thyry*; ,.,iilat..'. Is N. 3'ell
i ,lii.v wbc:, th. v Si"r ,nparalively agnit it itI.ih (hi)l-
r,! :*ri i w 'I i t'. sli name a ;ri 'rfi hm tra<1Itki the bwern A.iaa
a4: .**:;' -I. n swallow tht .al'ple la
, i- ',I it l 'i IIl is throa:t. giii igi
Ir t11 4. "lV, jin< iw save nin an
b li :1lilt maule diisepWants.
I_ -rK--- L rt .. GIse -aII

MNtt" Wtat COeWr.
The inest c.t our of a female faee. the
@wetert ,-"." ct a female mouth. lo.e
somethni. ii the bead Is crowned with
scant he scint and falling htir. It aq
now kn is c; aued by a paramite that
burrows the realp to the ront of the
hair, whe it sans the vitality The lit-
ti, white aics the germ throws up In
burrowing .tre rall dandruff. To cure
dandruff permanently. then. and to stp
falling ,:;r. that germ mti.t he killed.
New' r',.* llrplclde. an entirely new re-
s**'t of th. erhemfcal laboratory. de;troy~ I
ti ." Inn.lruff germ. and. of cour.-s. *too@
the OlinI hair, and prevents haldnes. I
Sold by lending druggtets. Send 1e. Ia
stamps for sample to The Herpcide Co.,
Detrolt. Uch.
Two sia-460 cents and $1.00.
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SGalnevle F ld....


Breads, Cakes

-== Pies==
P g

Having reaeired jan-Irenovatedor
Bakery, we. am now pri-paml iosgk
poti *exi-kflet il.'e arr (iourW
gon st0op At Joir'i~r o s-very wnomisg.

R. T. Schafer, Prop. PWha14

TellSfto bM *AM 8W m
Are cured hyi Chatalwflm- rni,, Out
tit 'I*, v .the itch:?I ..T.I& ipl aruiog o

On baking dsy mitlsmnt th I. &r 111
rialv for r4your cakeo, IIFPSAI, Oeio'dl*wft i~
Stl Kk p mr t oMr I otdf siw~ill 'A Ith js'fiM bill
4 01rtI' 6,*I k Vh rI erhat will gaw IV
Fruit'., C.,atok-ne wail Plauteawc. ()wIOOAd
"'Sa oticanned go((xI. an6 MA grixi-re- -4a&U kwdis
all hig)-grasle. ai,.uir ITlorit- wak hr
tlictnmlhes. (COM AND-E* 'll .F .1


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good. S TULK1310113s o
ft% pliblisbei ever IpOM itOR-I
,deMvereby&ant~br in tMe city. of
VMSofthe Coedttabm a~Postage
PWst;a %a six uimbi:1-5 5*three
set outr Ave weeks-etrictIy In

inIcia 1eoftlmIL tecentA a line
.and q crotsfor e~cb .IdditI~tml
a~lver14is- made know ion

%,ek fun i-tan riiat page. f. .r~v
pubiAt49~ 'Ct7 eryMoitay and
to a 11 llth@* sewsofth
LI:4m: enerat. nd will be
GsTpatio; the t'nat,4

W to$I ts boe due after rst

getri of TOe" *u nles it.-h ettad-;
ntknown to its
IlitiI3 ,DIXL Y9SU.N.
w-- MIA

cut res should bI looking
season nftir ?h4 rls-e of
ll Cont- '
S u&ss-eil a' .-he' will nt.vi r
Can it twi that lair Lil-
ll Mt been crossed In love?
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'4tsT popl7T wotld die of
lw how do the serIntists
Mar hat gonv "dry?"
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t Castio ann ui :., -' that
he will lit li.1' a jrin :t
I toe mlght have -nl'"d. "in
lam a public imi-at'.c'

Fifth ha heen decsnatedI
i .lSu| ritt ulnd+.t Hollo, ay v a
All the pub'lc .ch(l.- anrt.
to observe the day ly tl t.
of trees.

MWr ex-Pr,'ident i.- on hi.- way
next March, he really should
i at CostantiUnople and show
iid a few things about hand-

k law. or is it lootw. u.-n a
POsMecuting attorney loUt. on.'
6.f Me flune cull"'td fr,)ntii a
nfatoohis ovn locket asks
WiaB Street Journal.

Weleeoe relief it would l w
million patient voters If
*we to be'l-es -t personal pres-
Mad more public ser. ice. in tha:
as the Dturict of Co

m y help us to have a truer ebti-
t Wtfe and to live accordingly to
1 11 that there are three things
Sever remi-ihe apokmak word.
am I opportunity and the life that

Jowl Wullmauan~ zd her *Ixteen-
Sdaughb~r bin'e bst completed
ttb~i yawg worasn mlgbt
ke. Now %ill our Pre'side'nt

A NOW York Voin~jai'. s.'ia:,.liig
41180'"o0 the around of the tbu'-
duieit %s ichs~' uarait-tee-
*9w"1 Involustary serl~i-
W m to another argument fur
Woombo u t U1 pullLAL..

forward Ito r-lu-.'fronithcls

"I'd eagiase..Jfeqee,. tile is. i v
uf r, \11 SSU t- e Ith '-,

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THa OYWH FGH$.Efits er Frrok if-irrit, r siriv-il In -t
I Iiiit Lt frm a N =-:fsof I n -I''-t Ian mo% or
41"t-unactula Jounaral I Ith.. F'lfrlola l'awt 4Ioai'iRahiwa u e Pig
The follolovoiimt edltiorkiull front Tho- o 1-1011 1- th. ip v of Mr Il.ie it NI
Clucinuatll P4s-t nuiomi ,w ret. o i t*' li* a i-lAak-r. NMr.Iliarri, oe'nt as !sir ;an
ly with The' .lsirvaw't,l womiiin 1*'#as ton3K.'.%NWe't *and hwtn 1,11.1)4151 t ~m.fi.
tho ''talije', t 1mi f~t ., i.i o the, lo.' I -ai '- 'I' c-ti.I.'ti lia- he' reldel u.n.
bluit nf ('it it jpfl) %%so.4[ ill? rofraitsilr. lv *ohlesto Kti izht', lK'v mad&
from juablit-i,.h I it he-r-'awil A11h r '' r 'tj (sills ro-tv. 'd '..II 'I.,
full esahiors4'n'nt The 'Pn-t -ai' '''iIla'-tth- r-ock h-fawd*l''si-o
T'he'makled.',u tlies i'of uud~mnvsA':v i*, i.:%. 'li in i.% ils!for -o a NIr
vkho alone know v all shomt thoe' ka*% i IIIrh~'fl- i6 thait -%l h.r con, toftb
'rhildrs'a sought to 1be hrousght up'. '' 'ipe '*' j(of';a 'ths-4.,,rk I1,
11(i dotibot go Into 5jstlaoivi o(f hitiul1i,: tec'ritw fha -.5 sort,. (if
tion mevera ('hinagn jolietetjudgce'.'1'i il'lliilrltnetRIK .'1
charge' of a 12 ea~r-old thov. hroti;.1tv0.* o'ho vi a.Aie
bo-rc-re' him for fii'hling For th d5. i'(i'e 'eI lo it'la ? r
ichtirtw'Of the liervy 14 not the. jiloilg'- Ir'l.. 'in jisi w 1,1 ncr.*4 more-. jIt-, saeo
01i1%. off#'iise' 111#1' cotiratulmo41th'i .s'tIl~rs dii ti1 Iw nr-mosiiledt.'d :iidraigu
tw-s on htim'%letter)- ove'? a l;irtg.'iNo%.''riomzi tiz Itt'K.)-K'yW~. -,tt hfore I. I.
bad 6vd. 6 t'oilud:t I, hl ti
"I'M batooltsiel do 11 Ag"1.i. f I.
bot It. r- \,,i :t n iv Tmn-r.,. niA it ti ,. Tlr ; ii4 '.wsr'% fI- 11?~.'~ ti l
hii isI' m'1i arrt'stirl sx in I I 'll ire I 0,!,- o O rusco .. i e' ht- ii. a tbit the,
llo- iweolnce laoret. I like' tit -r," a DO%~ ik'* f-~ ith i ('z i Ii 5 w 1,, ii iv k. the'
%! isn t Ptrm-1 (to I!~hthisa, uvt a s1* irt-rrtr e d .i 1I
lbr~liotht iil:t' .e,!ls -court -4 t,i111111:1111i10-tooto l!- ~ ~ s;- k i
Tiisi trti-t hloo irm,1tv pt~r-.cl Z r.r ,- it sef:' Irg h f :mil\- anset ur-
the miaada ogf cold m1lts41- of Iithwist'-.\ r i -ix.r 1to n,;rrNil Ellkins-[fits-

I'tl al tffs'.t sn iz, rsLeat,.r h 0s i'ir
'kiteit t.sp~' i lt hs s.e,' el i' l ij
dTthe' judnk'-;' 3d%ke' is hunimsu and
TI's bo'y %IN) ^ill not fi Tht Whets
bullied tor at's dUlvalui~ll lit? 1.4)
gosl] wheta growu up.
lie wil kvImpute~O~d upou all hi-,

Other men will us.* hni for their
own purposes. and h will b- a nega-
t\,' quantity unt!l hi.- final tubmii,-
sion to the lavt common eunmy.
It is every boy' in-stinet'\t 'dispost-
tho to defend htMaelf againg1t Il ,-l
tion. If be fall. to do so. It is v ry
likely to be be ause he is too cowarl-
ly. not too moral, to fight.
Inl th*- alb.n vi'e' of courage. he i-
Vfl-' v pit to ru-ort to c'lunninlg ansld
tr*;a'c \ g'**t his ret -- ** in -,rcrr t
and d'.-Ji(call' ua'.i~. .ird gruw ui1 a
hypocrite antd nueak.
!,,t the' oy tbr.i v v flt l -tt o:.t'' l..-
ow n l-;iat:; l I
A -knn"e! lon tr or a tbruii-l lit
oni I hulvrt himn IruK h a:i l h,0 v.n o t
s! i ,'-i-. fel abo% ;0!l ft!.it itn thist
,,,1Ih --and particularly) in th ju <- t
.tile workl-ls one who won't flight.
Every Isy. however. should he
traired up to know that It Is a' -w-
artily to fight a smaller or weaker.
rompaniohm as It is to rim from an
equal. There is a ditffie.rres es -.:
the manly h-y Tw.-.I will flght w I'nhe
he Is imposed aI)io. and the ,ullv
Who spends his time teasing and an-
no)ltg other boys who am aot as
strong as hbe. No manly boy will be
a bully, but every boy should stand up
for his right:.. should rtfus:,e to allow
others to impose upon him. and
should fight. and fight hard when ne-
cessary, to accomplish either purpose.
8ach a boy will develop into the right
kind of a man

The Florida Fruit and Truck Upwwer
for January celebrated its sxtx aWni-
ve-rsary with a beautiful illustrated
special edition of 3; pages,. and i-- a
hand3..omely printed. oIund magazine-
It Is full of facts about Florida. her
magnificent IposslblNtite and opli ertun-
itii.-. its orange grost- and truck
farns., flue cattle. delightful climate
and hospitable people. Send one dol-
lar Onr a full year's subacriptios be-
ginniag February, aWld W'e stiecial an-
aviernary number will be sent'free.
Single copies. ten cento. money order.
check or itamlps. Write L J. Brumby.
Orala. Pla.

Varmiing is aeaily the iolit ltilport-
ant of our indatries lat-t year the
value of all f~nu jprodaoo- reached the-
uauiwosa total of $7,71s.s4ol.Uu1u, which
waq four ttme-" that ofd il ouir niine-ral
products Inclitding th, prrecimi-
,e,'tal E I'% il d.it I. % the' "l, r firiasr
in 1 1't Ii' i li 1 ut.

r \% I i ill 1 | ** T I .i,
I. 1 *I %it.
F'r1 nk .1 t'h. \ ia t.i,'- s o thAt
he. 1- sit, panrtzp r of til.t* fitli (!

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' .\lS (t ar e h .1.m d 'very & *v ,
t .i it t, t c.ti ne I iretd tb l i .
S i .i I 'i K

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l::kint istght ilhj''(t ti butl' hif her
nluk tha m:r

Ilavtug ..,4a,;..d the t:;Io'uvt twice.
IT.(' bhy th" I,'l,-a f se'lf- l.efe'ns.' and
ataii oin thoe unArien law, Thornton
Ilaiis Aould do well to abandon thq
liii-t,,l toimi hahit. I.H' might escape
the thir.l time, on the plea of insanity
but that ha.s the drawback of the In-
sane, asluum attached to it

Mr. Rockefeller's physician thinks
that gK'ntIman may live to be one
hundred .-tcatise he always leaves the
table feeling hungry. There a great
many p,'o,.l, still with us who are
nompelle-'i t ,d1 that to whom the pros-
iect of ur,- hundred years is not alto-
ge'h'r h o'~'>Olatr"v

tr, C '- r:t' r (;G.Ihrl-t serves out
his te'inm .s. chi.f -executie of the
State. if the order of promotion is ad.
her-dl to as has bten the custoni, he
will bwe Grand Master of the greatest
and grand st of all secret orders-the
Free and Acceptedtg Jasans

Isn't there something which only a
want ad. can do for you today?


XK~inY Trftt-le akts You MVcrenk
A! tnwwt ~"I' lw a 1%-h-o c:,ea1-.t he*'I e~
paesis sure to kn. 3 "1 !. (of l'rOw
I-c ICur .1 ICadc 'l It:
K ilmz'er.$ 'S;4 anil
L Re-4t, the Nret
L Lir TP=.Ui..Y.
I OLIt it! e great ril.(

by L.llK~ltit.il
9"!.0'Ieir specialist. an-1 is ~n1ru
.ticol('C~Atin p-i:a v ':curing lnaum !4Ck
.:.cc~it.u:rh t.f the 1;' 1 xr an.11.
I~rtht~srh~~i~e '~ ih s the wors'
iorm Alf1v.1 *-trv ~
I).l;iilier is n.,-A rec
oni11'txivti ju!for eervuTlinig ~ tq-tif ve.wi 11"%-t
LV!''ey. ,;%cr oir Ma -ier troul~le ai t%%iiiIx
tteu?141 just th~e retiay v,-' u tiytVl. I- h..
becti t4Lt ta topia)i:t- uyvi inI h~et4i.-.,
,Aotk A:a'. in I r-tVate practtle'C. a111hat
prove1so patc ceesiul in eevry case that a
a-'i.;aAl arrsngCLwtilt Iw# twl uiakmae tU%
Sinch &',Iyrea,'xro t Ithis paper, witboNI.
not !TrL~idV tried it, :i-..v 1.hcavesa min
hnttIle *nt f rele I)% mal al s aboslk tOll
mit'Inure a wuL 0%aJWJ- bLo4L, a:udhw I'
fiuAdo;1t If ) ouhAv %;leidzey or b1t1!r t~u
os.n:ceitus )ffct rin this paper alnot i~eftiS4A:
A-IresiT'3to Ih K,~-.t-rr
N. Y. 111C ;tgUlAr
uftv-ccnt Awl bC

''-% jitlp- ",I D.t1, 1'11a str b 'X%k JIl!)kSutt,
n.! l tic .sai :h~ bnitt~u, N. V.. a
eveb tt l~uLe

saw d. k Isr.IU
it"e V Co. orfL53? SIUcaftelk..
5 .%of.L1WO 1.. a. a S.6 slot &
Ph Wgft M 460"W ail. e.0. at da ,,& li" aM"It wp w
as %LLV5tC*XV-CR. g5*bt %or ea'S

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16, S~for 4I

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too OPI& LOEe
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my mov a aakp

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9 A.WW Ann

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Tampa & JaeksonviUv
I OInl D .,: '.

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Leave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fafreld ,sdo ,
Spoist o u ..." .. .. g. ....ae K
Returning, arrive Gaineevilleo.. ... ... .. ...* t
Leave Gaiue'viUe for Swnpom CiSj. t

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For detailed inomliirtes uruiwnd.
errations, see yewou' red N
V eto or a

Div. Fase AeM.Tw

AN. Si~sWam M.i.1k .MI A d. At~rWlim

*.. M' T IIAHaueN iNNW

~i:~P'IAI' V' IAI ()ICN) IK I

'L'' ~ )1' I N l I Ifii il .flIuTED~'mI
4 ,, -, 'I I j 14 1ki t ir i).% rA ST M A48 I Is
*2 ~MrtR PA I ANE IdPMEW.'ju A0'
ar I of--rtolu iiA

Fw i~ nfcriation and &sccp4#.aj esubor-W011 40U
any Agent &*aboard. or ,euite S C ajoyt $TON. Jr,. A"~~
Gener.41 Passenger Agent, iacimbonv ole, F a 5da. A
4000 9" arv* &41 a~ C1:t *,a c G (e




to be the
as the smot

G.ma to be epable
S aty MM rpe:
an -bov. -

sur t*lo sayr
b Plsutie witl tp

o tsf a

I Mmo lee a bigt

$a d bard iead.

~r esebnsnot seat
o CMthe twdate Ian

*eMistreagers always
or Podi"r fow young

tthe d ty. In
I t wesomit


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be nte wrkse.
um*We" yards.
ame e mull.

belnr ehopL,.
p ,,m Geew a, fls.
A W lewe elysem.
|abV mseasl ope.
piessag clubs.
Two beating works.
OW Catbolte heburch.
A military company.
Three jewelry stores.
0A phosphate o1eme.
One Chlnee lmandry.
ONe ChaEttlsu erbub.
Two team lidrte.
Two Adveth eburehes.
One daily nmwspanlr.
Two hardware "store.
One female phylclan.
S ift* grocery stores
Vive BapUtt churches.
Three furulture stores.
Ome cold storage plant.
Ooe weekly newspaper.
Seven dry gode stores.
Tbrw could droik isaud4s
Onie lectrle lih0t plAnt..
Thre- blarkbiuith shopl
Three railways ) steui.
Eight bn'r ,,lvtr orders
Two Eptl.>i>al rliurchez
I'nit-d stlAteoa lgid o n.
One rhemincal alauitiory
Thirteecn dutida) t<'htMl|
Tr o %e'(t-t' i ar> ur >te ,i.
One ir,.-,tri ll ) i,Larn b
Tkr elt.- b t la ti- orp si
Two cliiiAr uiian.fi i rie.
F iour r -d .l rtlt v *o. -i
VoluBt. er fir. Il i A ril:, t
Te el i h.r l ru.b l Ii,t ",
Thr ee M. l ii-i:. t v i. '
A bras t n. d n ti .mli (t1 !
Two ph.i i't Ka .11t r:. -
Two ILt., s'i | i ',*. -!, *-
'Oa.e semi-weekly iiew-)paper.
Five life insurari, e tt.irles.
Two fertillitr li ,.u'.* l* r',
Five fire insIurair ** il. 'i it-

tate OftIers:
Goverfor-A. W. Gilchrist,
ecrmtary of State-H. Clay
ford, Tallahase,.
Comptroller-A C. Croom.


Trsamrer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas-
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
mell. Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E
MeLla, Tallahassee.
Supt. of Public Inttructlon-Wm. M1
Holloway, Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-Hunt W.
Harris, Key West.
County Officers:
Clerk and Auditor-8. H. Wienges,
Oalne WiUe.
Supt. Public Instructon-~Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gainieb lll.
Sheriff-P. G. Ramsey, Gaines% ille.
County Judge-H. G. MaMon. Gaines-
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson, Gaines-
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson.
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaines-
Supervisor Reg itratia-J. C. Mo-
Grew. Gaineevile.
County Commissioners-John G.
Dampier, Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townased, Campvllle! J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
O. P. Cannon. Gainesvills.
Members School Board -R. B.
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. IACrosse; 0. W. Miller.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary,
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.

City Oficers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T Arnow.
Tax Assessor-1l. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Elli. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Shands.
President; Gco. K. Ilroom*. 8. J. Ilur-
nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8
M. Msoxa,. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-lH. :E TaY.-
lor, Chairman; W. W. Ilamniton, ecr
tary; H. F. Dutton, E. J. laird. J II.
Some article that is simply "In tht
way" at your house might. If adver
tUWed be sold to uomreosne "ho is anix
lously looking for it.
Let a ant ad n-g,)tiat, a trad.
for you--of stmetbhtig you dnm t It'. J
for something you id)
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1wo MveTy -id e NaMW. 4(
Florida %I nterr Cnastauqua
One crate and basket factory.
On Elka' Club reading room.
I Agertctkral *zprrimeut StatioI.
forid Whiter Bible Contf enre.
Phv dressmaktag establltalments.
NaUlemal Odd Pellows' Sanitarium.
Three s*dIrtakitn e.tahllshmnMt.I
Pirwt.eass s:,wrage system. $1T".. )o.
T.o of the best hotels In the In-
tel lor.
Two wbolemalte gain and fwd
Two wbolesale grocery estatli.-h-
Water "that hat made GaItne si e,
T1 baenbt op-ra houme In the Sta.e
outside of Jacksonville.
A Government bullying son t' t**
erected to cobt wbheu comni;.'**d
Larpenters. niawons. pla-Terr-.
palaters. printers. mrnlhnivt- Nnd l-
boring men galore.
:More mii, of paved stri--,. nn'!
granohthic Ideualki thin tn>y 'tlir
town In the Interior of the .Stit.
An $ 35.H)00 court house built of b1ri
and stane-a beautiful strui.-. :;n
the lawns. flower bNd. sbrilr
Confederate nolueii!",.t nte.., urr''iel
lag it, make It a mio-t attract^ i :c.



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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished by

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : :

a$3 ,5fO00

: jli

One $400.00 HOWAF D Piano will be niven to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 1 5th, 1 08, and 10 p. im.

April 15th, 1909

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Ini ad&itiojiitoi die PI'ijoli() thvr.'illlie i -:ic1 i iu iv lh- Bua ,.& -SafordI Pianio (Co.,
on a m~ww 11t~ oward Pianiio, eiglitee.i Trini=fcraiblo Due Bilk ,S41iulet' i) 14,US.e

asa ir~t or jl!'t :'I pnyinvziot t oha new IHowa~1rdIl'iLLI1).

hl~~e-u1-1it ils

givu~ll ill this vol ilig eolite-t a~sfollow.-, to) pxrr?;on-zrrisidli ''gin Alacu~a Cti uty:
To d frst k echeiviqto hhe ett o t"t a due h for each for...lS
To tkesecandsix reciie temgexethivotte. a dil fw rach for ...... *..S7.S
Todenx i ec h u O ah o dfr ....... 50
I'liese 41m,1- ~ils may be 9sewl by the winnur: or c~ill 1W (hlfp4)etd of to anyore
for any value they nay sv sct it, andl will b4, worth thvir favee va;lue Ui)l) the pUf-
chiase of one' (of tht-se inew pianio-.
Ini the ventlt of a tie for any prize offered, a prize -iii,i~ir in ail! ri-spvets the-re-
to wihl l e given (-dcli of thlo-etitein g.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
tor every cent paid into their e.tabliihnimntz. for
goods which they handle:
"i in.a.al a.... I I Uar atAre Ca.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living In
Alachua county who is known by the couductorU
of the contest or vouched for by oiuec reputable
person. to them well known.
2. No employee. attacht-. or relative of the pro-
pri'tol(i of the abo e-inii d firms are. liable to

Phifer Bros. LIUawauime.r.
Hyde 4L Tench. : 1,In th i -ent of a uuL..undt-r ~t.' i'mg~bettweeU
(-aiodioatt or others iivttrt.-ted iIIIh (' uLCt.t
Mbv h coiUtF t-ru~eywy 1 Liu bervuivrtAt, te21
WhereVots May BeCa..st iim.(. oi41 toancut c1con
Ballot boxes will be. found In the ~~h~i (Iipli..l t1 i t) rc-I.iolvrdvhif
nkeuts of t It* e rt ii ulit!. gi i ijn' it d i t I A !1 I tt Q.v ctiIt afaem III(Iat, -it g. ~'I(I, 'it b
Sun Z i c014e. ViUn 21 i~t 1) % 111,1.i11[1i:t 1*t#-.]dra& % fr..a lbTiAth r t I. u h canizi!it A'U tb,!
to the Votili g ( [Aft .1j )ft 1.rtlim tit of1 'I't a! ItI iI 2 'r '". I, i ti !1

$1.25--Three months' ,bscr pticni 1Ov"...-s'~

$2.0- .x i 1%~, nthh" 6AZ cijb~ ryt; .. 1,030 .'j I, 1"20,OO

Solicitir. votes b) c3ndidateS or friends within the stores
d'stIbutln V3teS IS urdesired by the ptoorietO's
* ~. 4 440 4.3 .@ @@.g 000 000


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1 gpb 'tration of DRINK
,Florida,. f rth A BOTTLE
Jlng Jan. 100. BOTT
L i Wlenges. Clerk Circuit
ANk n rCounty. Fla.

It you the following
omet of the moneys re-
edd and warrants
S s m uath ending January

M Port--Common Fund.
Ipeemlber 31.
report .......... $4.363.38
tUotector, taxes 52.15

............ 9.00
Collector. polls
........... 28.00
Collector, taxes
&M i Comptroller .
&.L 1907 .........6"1.35
UIm Im mptroUer.
st., 1908 .... 98.42
............. 3,039-04 ,"'. ,
,Ii PTax Districts.
SMt report .........$1.881.60
l*&m Collector. taxes
..................... 20.10
gjles Collector. taxe,,
.. .... ............ 354.65
It rm = Comptroller.
axes 1907..........2;9.68
d fftm Su wrintend-
f Point No. ..6.... 17o.03
plants ........... 532.43


White Teachers.
Wyman. Arritdomi,,o No. 1.
H I. Collier,. Rochelle No 3,
11M MclIntor~h. Rochelle No. 3
IbramEe iuvK!. LaiCro~ss' No.
Ro.i;FlpSiiaw, No. S, $40;
Woltcornh. No. ,. p444): Ellen
Jawmeills- No. is. $:.Char-
3. Ldwin. Arr lio-r No. ]s. $o'
M. Baldwin. No It.,,~25
buikstrei-aitr. No I' $ .';(M.
Gracey No It. $1"s; Ai
Ykanoloy No,. 1.7 Carti-
fe. No I's. 7:SI!ii
X& e. S: To$4.7.. HRt0. V'W Ii~a n-.
.No. 16. 17i: (.r~i.L Snu%
34 $311. Jqi* s.-%. H ii N,) 1-;.
Alice Va.. C t.18ro. codS n-Not.
W. IF King. I4.ii,'r.itot Ni

OL $50; Anni.' L. Mc[)onald. No.
; 5 Ula l'ra-*r. No! ..,h !
N. Ellist. AI-sch'aasNo '$1..
L YK. Gr~ith,. N o _.. $.-.it Malr'
.No. '-3. maw!.#. Lie-A is.
$ 45;P?1 Y iHr -an.t. \ loN4,
XcCr..die. No. .4. $157; Exit L*
No. '.14. .oi, %%' Ii t'.t-_ I,-
He .N( '.$1-,, Ida .1 lr.L!ik

No. z26, 12 t .. z. S ,;1 111()11
ok, $71): E:4-11W .z'e-wNto

.NO. 26.1.; SPLI i mw Himz.ll. .
X1117-4.:,No T, Ja$Si';WN
ON; oBele' N. %:o. 8$-,t;
hqa,('ned) u. No. L37... $441:en
B1. 2.W.-olf Monit. M iiha .,No I,
OU: Philput.- OIA, \I)' kieaghz N. -1
fthoc.41NoS. 26. $.7100: W. N
42. $40: No.:'rthIr. S sis. WOrAu
o. 14muo$d:.. No. $',: I 7oiu .~
Ca.n4on$4"No. 3.70. $44,
110ringdrNi, C471, S. ljl =. Chrr

NO.4 4 $ ,ip 4Latimer
.iish No o*,;5141.
b MeCe kllaxi.nis.iNo 4, 11. :.: \1.

-Bottled By-
Gainesville Coca-Cola Bottling C

Luer, tia St. Clair. Wacahoota No.
$.;'; A. D Ktean. NeLh,.Trr) No.
7,. \ ictoria Ingrain. No. 73, $3
i'Ptia Tt. r.a No .;. $ ; Avicv, Wa
o r It(.wk' l'-II .t N, 7. 6 $4; L.
McC.ill. Cooler Pond No. ,i. $1; II
tle Mills. Rolling illuff No. S3. $4
Lula Perry, Rocky H1ill No. S. $:L
Matlit Johnbon. Itaile No. S7. $1
.1. !;Ll:l Bt;t Irugh. 'l hi t .\ t .I.. %.1.
LDor. I r.m dv. Roadli. Id No 7,. I
Louis Mikell. Cow Creek No. 6, $4
Katit nie Suaiter. Franklin .No. s. *4
Ml ni i l. l.-,. Santa: Ft No. 2".. $U,
Dollie' Rowell. l'ar-ad:-e No. ..2 3$
Jlit. Knight. lAxwhki:a No. 24. $C
XV Ilh Jounv, Gruvtr No. .7. $ 1.:,
(Giddein. Slok,'s No 64. $4.1. I
t I.. J. Gmouuell. Taroitla .%u. l
.;: latit, li li I I.riwln No.
'": lhatti" <;, .' Zeffle McCta. kill. Center No. (
, 7'.; Agn,-. Z.tromer. \Willeford N
'- M. ; .1r.. E C. I'Parson. hDutt
Nto. 114. $47.:.,,; Glady.vs Gorge. N
, .li; Charles NixonI. Fairhbuiiks
" ;- ', l.,'t,h' T l>r. (;(G :-,',. J :!. "-(11d... l'II, ('c lt.1:q, N, t 2
44., Total. $4.17, .".,.
Negro Teachers.
T I. I H.j-. 1 'iiin AcademUy .'
1. 1. A Ait-on. No 1. $41,. S' i
A ;.'ai,t Ni I. $;;'. Ai i 1. l)a\
No 1. $.;'". iiiia 1 i' W illiailn.., N
I. $:2,i. C'hri.tina Arti-oi. $ ;i .l Mt
% HI art Nuo 1. $;;; Ma!ul t
,a.rdn.r. N). 1. $;,. o .Moz'llt A. GI
.,I. $:; 1.: L. !. Murrull. No. 1. $.;
mi itoi C Dut l)L No. $35; M%
W\V ; W\att,. I.I)trt. lHill No. 6. $2
It. It SuttJoU. lla thlori. No. 7. $311; A
i6. SuUtoih. No 7. $'-". J. J Ie|lioi
AI CIlh N Cor.,e- No 11. $25; Carrie Child
Ne wnains Lake No. 17. $20; G HI. HW
on.. J.rualh m No. 32. $25; Ethel Wi
lanim Gro. Park No. 3. $2.;. I
Sparik.. Nes lwrry No. 36. $3:"; Nant
K: Edward'. No ::;;. $2'*': Hut3 I it,
IIIt Farrti !! No 4. $2"; J. A Stre.*
Ilil M.on No 4. $"'; Lula II Hatl
l. Ihl, o At N,. 44. $24'. Ma. i 1. I to
,.r I .4 t-l. 1 N ,o I:'f $ .'. Vicluria I
,.. Alaua ht No. ::. $"''. W.
.' I'N* ail.- N.o '1. $2'. A.
, !'.. li.V 1 No. No _1. S;. K
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Fo. N 21. $1".4."; Antni. I. Me wOeribyme. Who
oiMnaild. .\u, 21. $.1. Ole V.' Klight so Mo l ewide
I/" li,,..i No. 2.A. $4 7:.; Ada Phillit she edm es. The
range. Helhts No. 3S'. $l0 :',. Malwl sod de keaji
;ltwli.rt. l.uml-.e No. 42. $*:; Ainni. i len see tes
i'ri.. Hlague No 44. $i.-: M A. Mc. **i H rme
tRai Camplvlle No. ". $9.7'*. L. G; her oow loiA, hI
I';o(-hll. Tacoma No f69. $1i.'lo: A 1) 1 her lew.r n d
.-.ian. Newberry No. 7:!. C-:.4.0: Vic- dhe ofo
rti Ingram. No. 73. $1.' 45; Bertha i d of Wis
rTrry. No. 73. $10.30: Avice Walker. mes. h hM
Rocky Point No. 74. $10..T ; Agnes Zet. s d therwe
rouer. Willeford No. bW. $13. Total. m i
Sundries. iT 7Js
C. L Shaw. alirbanks No. r,. trans-
:ortatlon, $8.50; Lyman Hall. Ro
,belle No. 3. wood, $15.25; 8. J. Bur. Br *eW slm
nett. LaCrosse No. 8. wood. $9; Will- -
.am Bradley. Galnesville No. 26. wood.
$1.25: J. H. Vidal. No. 2 $8.54;
Phoebe March. No. 24. $32; ,Baird
Hardware Co. No. 26. $1.10; J. H. w i '
Jarvis. No. 26. $6; A. Weuske, No. 24. IW
$23.95; A. J. Vidal. No. 26. $4.80;
First National Bank. No. 26. $717.45;
J. N. Haymans. Lochloom No. 29. 211 1West
$3.20; Jordan & Co.. Orange Heights
No. 38. $15: J. H. Barry. High
springs No. 47. $26.6; L. N. Roberts.
Roadfeld No. 64. $2.21: Ag"ne ZEt- CASE OOOeI
rouer. Willeford 'o. 88, $1. Total.

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4 rul Quarts ................. Tm
1S P'. Quarts .............. 12.76 Idebrook W.hby te ilm-- N
12 Full Quarts (freight paid).. 12.00 ry uotn .g m t- 01s t1l.
WIlllamMN Io. 10 Rye. 100 Plate a drm..............
4 Pall Quarts ..................$ 3.3 200 HaUPplatf t 1 1.......... I
6 ull Quarts ................ 4.50 geUg mos in ma- -
1 Pll Quarts .............. 900 dru
Old Halifax Ry". ago"
il Quarts .............. .8.0 drm w i
6 Pull Quarts ...............#. R0i .cky Fork, prb ..........*
12 fdll Quarts ..............1.. 1'wRorky Fork, per a ............ I
Synm y south Rye. N. C. Whit~, ....".
4 ull Quart............... 2.76 L Wrhel V1e Olr....... ....
.82-76 ul;t.'Valley 's........ 04.
12 Full Quarts ................ 4.00_ _* W_"_' -- i-
12 Full Quart ................ 8.00 Rye Wy
6 u ll Plato ............ ... 2.ty ............ .........

4 ottl ...................... 40 Nu ut ...............
Case ..........................11.7 Hurdle Rye. 8pedal.............
Old Bee express Collect. s o ... **.......*** ** *
bottled t bod by U. GolracRnt ich Hill ......................
Bottled 1t oboa by U. IL Oove0mmL P tr4.......
1 Full Quart ................... I.1.26 01, BoOm e ...................
4 Full Quarts, exprfe pail...... 5.I Wullams' Private Sel*.........
! Full Qnarts, expw paid..... 12.75
24 Full Pints, expim paid....... 13.756 A1
41 Full 14--pipnt, exzp paid.... 15.00 OneB Orad O wm ....*...


The Loq n stane Systin.

One of the most valuable features _perating tIn vel 0 1at1 of
of our service, to our subAcribers and country, are na m l eM th M1lr
to the public generally, Is our oonne- moat and ln their meheds of I
tion with the extensive long distance ating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reasao Of te 6tMUe W
Telegraph Company and the ether me- arragaement behtaeM tiM Sl 1
isolated Sell Telephone *mpanleme. phom eomphanoieo s t posalb tto
We own thousands of miles of long a Sil Telephln "almot eitat
t*s*n-e lines in the seven State0 In smk ar gLoa DA m dee to pl
wni~h we operate and In addition eAn a m niaila with .mlot Mi p
connect any telephone In our artem in tho olontry.
with lilne extending to any other elty Thi VM nea 0
In wMieh a ell Teaphaome ayatom is lng thrnes t" m I I b s I
operated. daily In eAeiMM 4 pid I
These long distance lios l are of the ases by t me ui* -- tw-
most modern and mlepeved enootrue -lamisae In all uW of i1 I
tion and are malitalned at a Mgh a1at here Io ns impoutmt Mk 10
state of ollciency. The *ell systems, irat sOW .

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