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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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 )
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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: VID01559
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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OAIrNSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1909


TEN CENTS A WEIl


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Um ALLL OWENS ON TuMDAY


W EEMAN I NOW USHIND BANS IN.
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iM toheated Nebraawhen
wee -e. m Peruafry 4.
d m Cubamss left here oan the


we to be kled, he aid, be Pleaded
wth the leader to ve the Mves.
IWOm" s thIso. e muted his horse
sa mrdW aa b retWo the Arlg began.
-1 in Mi.lh- beMN 'a -ad If
CaL. Talor new whet I diM l r him
be wesl embr- me mew."
It ta eapemed tham the argument will
he bega ei Wedmeday.
O "ala Pet a Witm s.
Warrma Nia., who. by Ms emfes-
atm wu a "s lu leal t" POWt the



bad heE Marshall was a member.
W CpL* Raskin was klWed, the
mIsir hMea oS of theS mlght rd-
an ei t r Ra Ukin. but did
4 ame r who It was.
oe ir as LayrlaW, probhaly
the sly miawr o f hMs nrm who has
ta e the mgt rW oath, was the
amim witb se DarkIt is now livien
in Ictalae K .. whew he i engaged
Ib the mratmte eabumea.
ie bmbm n ntllsh he told the jry
Ihw beo, br fear that his property
weMd be deas yed had Moined the
etaws. sa of the two meetiags he
at" i64. He mew motMing of il
MItrao 's commecUtio with them.

Tneiest Snday d l Sunday aghtt
IWr avem etoatrtoed to amasural

Aim theb a sanumber W the city's
oset pramlnet residents, whose na-
tive ltad Is Cubs.
Tarits aad reeldents of Tampa and
victanty are beaig treated to a eason
of the very Smet weather. Every day
is a balmy, smasbuy one. and this has
been the case for several weeks past.
The farmers, truck growers and grove
owners of this section are. however.
wishing for rain. their maturing prod-
acts being much In need of more
umolsture.

Flrt Car of Cabbage.
The Arst car of cabbage for this sea-
soa left here Tuesday. The car was
loaded by different growers and was
comsigned to New York. In a few
days the shipments will be heavy, and
growers expect good returns.
The warm weather has played havoc
with lettuce. sumcient cold weather
not having been experienced to cause
it to head. and it cold weather does
not come soon all of the crop will go
to seed, as In already the case with
many fields.

Isn't there something which only a
want ad. can do for you today?
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QBABIR TON, S. C.. Jaa. K -Tu
his IN t deer, a magaulteat buck.
la am hour's drive of oua of the
it eiti nla America. as the novel
r~taswee to htich Frak I Ilitcbh-
sk. Who ia to ti Postumaster Gteueral
Mr. Taft's cabinet, was titated ) .r
Iday. Mr. ttitchcak casae 1ere > *
4a~yt and cuferreda wth the I'eitat
s M I l i lIp 'k a It*.l .s.rail .I


[ a niuu rIngli

hbut The iarty left Chark.to,,t .and
btwfur thruet hours had |loased the
huiatig grounds had Lbe enr.a< lch l a
hauddulte 1cU(k lhad L<,.vn drto.'0 II'>LU
the samuip by the digi i.. t Mi
Htic'hc ck -tanld a d hi lfi. il l. ''oI t .!
at to the grouinil
Tht de-r 't t,,t stil!,, il -l.t.1 I
u1td Ur ilitahtcm ,k I. t iiaiK t t., t
IIsAlla a ri a s. i. .in I I,


Killed His Me aI i Rel marked That
He WaMted Asither-YYumV
Wife at Iettem.


Another double murder is reported
from the western part of the county.
This time the affair took place at
Jonesville. between here and Newber-
ry, at about 8 o'clock Tuesday mora-
lag.
The dead men are R. L. Smth and
Joe Musplewhite. both white, who
were hard-working farmers reading
nl the Jonesville section, near the
business center of that community.
and the deed seems to have been the
cause of a jealous husband who is not
overburdened with the uamal amount
of good common sense.
R. H. Owens, the white man who did
the killing, is orgilalhy from the
Alachua section, and it will be re-
membered that he figured very con-
spicoualy nla the courts while he was
there, and several times came very
aear killing some people, but fortu-.
nately caly injured one man--all on
account of this same womau.
Oweas had contracted to farm with
Smith, and was living on one of the
man's places. For some reason he
Imagined that Smith was too intimate
with his wife and desired to kill him.
After he had succeeded in shooting
Smith, Muselewhite, who was employ-
ed by Smith. ran for a gun to prevent
Owens from making his escape, when
Owens followed him, shooting him
down near the store of Jesse Griln
shortly after he had secured a gun and
was returning to meet Owens, the bul-
lets taking effect about the heart.
Smith was shot In the stomach and
fell Immediately, and nothing wab
found on him to indicate that he bad
anticipated any trouble from Owens.
as he was in his field at work when
approached by the man with the gun.
Owens made no effort to escape,. but
stayed around until Deputy Sheriff
Winn arrived from Newberry. which
was well along iu the afternoon, to
take charge of him and bring him to
this city. Owens was heard to re-
mark that there was one more he
wanted to get before he left the place
Shortly after the arrival of Owens
in this city he was seen in his cell at
the county Jail last night, and readily
consented to talk to the reporter about
the occurrence.
Owens. who was readily recognized
as the party from Alachua,. a se*nu
and made a statement to the effect
that Smith had insulted his wife and
had at the same time bit her with his
hand. and at this he took up his gun
and shot him down. afterwards follow
ing up Musaelahitc atnd giKinig him
a load of buckshot just before he
Mu1,1si wshite could get a crack at
him lie said he had t -e*n re siding
there Intl' laot No mutbetr and was
farmlinig mI 'i;.te alith Swith


De hislt y Vimi a sa' that oaaev of the
li ucknhot hittiii teiid for Miusskadft ite~
utti lut'. t he barrel ofif th. w ilan td
v.a du (ou~ et of the -hell %h- .r itCoI

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Troops bi o Et fBo ard.


WASHINGTON. D. C.. Jan. 26.-As
the representative of the War Depart-
meot, Assistant Secretary Oliver has
acted upon a number of recommenda-
tios made by the national militia
board designed to Increase the em-
ctescy of the orgaalaed militia. The
recommendation for detail of non-com-
missioned officers of the army for duty
with the organized militia was approv-
ed. conditioned upon the settlement of
the question of the right to pay the ex-
pense for quarters, heat. light, medi-
cal attendance and traveling expenses
out of the militia.
Approval was given to the recom-
mendations for a second series of in-
spections with the view to reporting
on the organisation armament and dis-
cipline (Instruction) of the organized
Uilltia: for a system of correspond-
,ice schools for the militia: and the
issue of horse" for m!it la fleld artil-
lery to .d L;tin -t FFedcr.l
appropria .,
Mr. 01 di.:approved recommni.nt!'
tions to .'L a!iowance of pay and
traveling e ,.tnM's of officers of tL,
militia enf ,ged In giving instructi,'n
in rifle pr.A Lice or on continue's 'it..:
at ri r t ;-- tth ground Iimat .it .'
pa .r,, not author i. -I t- .,


DL TY SHERIFF IS

SERIOUSLY WOUNDED

FORT MEADE. Jan. 26.-Deputy
Sheriff J. M. Brown. while making his
-ounda on Saturday night between 11
and 12. was waylaid by a negro, Joe
Daniels. who had hid behind a large
.ak. and emptied the contents of a
shotgun at Mr. Brown Mr. VIrown
lies in a serious condition. The iphy i-
clans extracted sixteen bullets fiom
hiq right hand and wrist. The re.t of
the full load entered his thigh and
side. which have so far not been re-
mov ed Danlels escaped, and although
bloodhounds were immediately put on
his track, he is still at large.


The recommendation for the issue of
white gloves as part of the elothfl
allowance was disapproved om the
ground that white gloves do not ea-
sttute a part of the field serveie ai-
form.
Adoption of cap and collar insiguia
"to Identify the wearer as a member of
the first line of the national forces,
etc.." was approved with the provislol.
however, that the time is not yet ripe
for the adoption of such lasigala.
The recommendation for an allowance
for abmmunitlon cames, bandolers mad
clips is still under consideration.
In Its report the militia board saM
it regarded as of very great Import-
ance the question of the adoption of
a definite military policy for the UaMtd
Stats,. with particular reference to a
complete co-ordination of effort be.
tween the regular army and the or-
ganiz.-d militia and a combined orpaa-
isation of the two branches of the nt
line of defense. Gen. Oliver said that
his matter is already under consider-
on by the general staff The militia
Ird expressed its approval of tMh
.1l sending in Conigess providing for
n addition to 612 officers to the regs-
"- irmy. and said that the organized
a .a will make every effort to -
'*-r Its pa -'aue.


FATAL EXPLOSION IN

PENN. COAL KE

PITTSIB'RG. Jan. 26 -Two men are
dead and twenty others are supposed
to be dead as the r,-:ult of three gas
explosion% in the ik..well mize of the
United Coal Company. in l omerbet
county. latit night anid early today.
The meln l ,re members of an in-
vestigating party that had entered the
mine to make an inspection of sUPI*-
clous gas traces before allosiug the
miners to go to work. Until early to'
day signals were heard from the ln-
prisoned men. but at daylight bow-
ever. the signals ceased. and it Is be
lived that all men had come under
the influence of the deadly after


damp.
Large Acreae in Vegetables. About 4: 30 o'clock yesterday after-
W M. Daughtrey of Williston is noon a mall explosion occurred in the
among the visitors to the city. He mine, and it was decided to make &
formerly resided here and has a large thorough insesctlon of the under-
nunlber of acquaintances who are al ground workings alideJ e.utric,
ways glad to meet him. He states This waa in h.ar.'. of Superatend-
that the acreage of spring vegetable ent Logan, and te-i.tt-on>' nwu.n oluD-
In the Williston section will be large teere.d for the dangC.rouS work. They
this yvar and that a number of the e.nte.rtd the' tit' shortly afterS
trucks aultrady have their a-iring o'clock. and while the', utc'r in the
stuff -tarte d. minu second and thd t .hird l,0sion oce
curre.d axbut t; o'cli. k t. .Artag dow
As advertising finds the best market gr-eat i4anititi.- *of i. o tt' atli rock
for everything else. why not for your iii the i(.H riot, coimpli. 1 i r tisL
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lWiaiog Is the steamding of the
e sM I n he piano contest up to
4 'elck yesterday afternoon:
OaW Drl sUMs. city........367,.705
Ml Cathaorle Halle, city.... 35,5158
M IM b ie Dupree. city ..... .313920
Ms Flarrte StrUekland........164.3n5
Miss M. Daugtrey, city..... 124.C75
Miss Mary Mertok. eity... 60,740
Mias NaNie Dieklnao. cty... 49.s35
Miss At V~nLeaf. y...... 39.905
Mins A. Greg. Newberry....... 37.910
IMN Julia Carter, city........ .U30
Mis Jease Branas, city........ 27.0
Miss Mahl Sanches. city..... 1,095
MKim A. Strickland. Waldo. ... 20.145
Mbis lee Beal, city ........ 13.130
Miss Bma Huden. city...... 10.70O
Ma. L WaVe HNghS ~r .... 9.7
Mis Aal Beville.. ....... 7.75
MIm Mine hawl. Alasek... 7.725
Miss K. Cartom. MIMsopy.... 4,075
Mls L d Sheppar. Dell.... 4.06
Edss 04e LAmbert. etty..... 4.110


M Bin Ita Wado......
Ml L. Iunders, Hawthoru ....
Mrs A. W. sarte............
Mim Mafr Thlgpln. city......
Mlp Ruby Albright...........
Mim M. ermandem. city .......
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TrWth Veraus Peltesnee..
Ethel was going to take supper with
a Uttle ftrnd.
"Now. dear." said her mother. "wbroen
you are leaDvan you mut bid Marian's
mamma good Dnght and tell her you
hawe had a very pleasant time."
WhI. the Utte girl returned her
mother asked If she had done as he
told her.
"Not 'metly. mamma." was the ro-
plW. "Marian took the biggest piec of
tha apple asd apled lemonade on my
new dram, ao I couldn't y what you
td me. but I told her mother good
Ught and eld I gmuased Martan bad
ad a rery pleasant tame."-Judg.

CATAiM lUST GO
And Hawking, Spitting. SnufflHe Mut
Go Too.


Hyomel (pronounced High-o-me)
will give the suffer from catarrh
relief In five minutes.
It Ias uch a remarkable cure. and
so positive in its action. that J. W.
MtCollum & Co. go so far as to guar-
antee It to. cure catairb or luoutv.
back.
A complete outfit. which consists
of a hard rubber pocket inhaler, a
bottle of Hyomel. and a unique drop-
per for filling the inhaler, only costs
one dollar, and If an extra bottle is
afterwards needed the price Is only


When you have a bad moh or cold 0 ceuts.
do bot let It drag along until It be- Hyomel is a healing. antiseptic bal-
eome chrole bronchi"tla or develops ams, taken from the mighty euca-
Iato an attack of pneumonia, but give lyptus trees In the healih-gli iug for-
It the attUeete It deserves and met tests of Australia. where disease of
rtd of It. Take Chambeihta's Cough the respiratory tract are unknown.
emedy sad you are sure of prompt All the sufferer has to do is to In-
relief. From a mall beginnlg the bale the antiseptic air of Hyomel
alIe sad se of ths preparation ha over the inflamed parts where the
extended to all part of the United germs are entrenched, three or four
tate and to many foreign couamtru. times a day.
Its may nerkale cares of eoua It cures coughs, olds, asthma hay
and coMs have was for It this wide fever and croup without stomach
rptaton and extensive use. Sold d ng.

Oehestral Oversights.
The snare drummer happened to looA
catch a seled ti that called for thee
of half a dsen or more Instruments 1 1A I VP
To make the shift from one to an-
othr he had to hustle l a fashion that Yamqaa ck IcAd=* Cim..
nigbtly Impressed persons sitting near. -t a1Ni -mi&.. Ou cirn
When he had finished the lively olera- k SlNJ aend
tien he was iuffng and blowing and
the perspiration was cnloml; out In 50 a a ha 6V t
streams. A man Just outakle the or J. W. McCOLLUM A CO'.L
cbestra rnil leaned forward and. point-
int to the core, remarked:
"That was giod ,ork. old man. but New lP of
you missed oue place "Nw
"I didk' responded the drummer In
surprise. "Why, I thought I played
""' '"" "'a Horses and Mules
everything that came my way*"
"No." the other resumed. "you didu'tl
do everything. and I saw the leader
gintnc at you Itigbt there. In the mild Just Ardved
die of that uwasiur*. is a place a here
It says you should hare gi'Ine down
cellar and shnkeni the furuace,. aid you
A ,du1t i.,n aittentuu tip 1i t" Pruvo- SUIfTALE FOR ALL PURPOS
kid.e Jtournal
Every Mother ,
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little (olit- La t- a cu .'l. tor ('oldl It .a I. ,,, l,, .. ,, ,,, ,,
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Ui(Mia (i e I iti Ito ~oig.).-"l -g Ir." %Ii
,.As liallail. Ii.', .1 '. i ll
cure tle trouubt. t ,t.i. ,,, Da vis & C liver
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AMUSEMENTS


GOANOLrITNIC WALKt8 SING LAID
IN EBAT GAINESVILLL

Ge*erl Hedred Yart eof This Pe p
ler Walk Now Cmntrasled for
to That Seetlel.

Work has agaia started upon the
raaollthle sidewalks, and from pres-
eat Inadleatios there will be several
mioU more of this popular sidewalk
put down within a few months.
Contracts have already been let for
several hundred yards of this work In
feat Galneavlle. from the residence of
Mrs. Hutchinson south along this
street to the hospital and all around
that building.
W. A. McNally. who has the coo.
tract for this work, says that he Is
now fgurlag with parties who Intend
to put down sidewalks. and If he is
suesemtal In getting anl this class of
werk that is belan id oa he will be
-kpt b"r for the next several months.
Not oy Is this lproement ain the
sidewalks beian made. but there is
now more building and pailnUng going
oa In the city than there has been for
many months and It looks as if busl-
ness was really looming up in all
lines.


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!r!rtures last night


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COMING ATTRACTIONS.

New aeird Theate.
Mowkw. &. a-"Jk W Mditvrm
In Mewr or*."
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ThAe iuEqgh aned (bhampu .

New MenWg *aee, eA eA fernotn
and WlgM, enxro Sunday.
luetrie Theatre.
Pormer Assistant Seretary of the
1'. S. Treasury In a recent speech
said: "If I were today seeking how
I could give the most pleasure and do
the most good tIn any community. I
would supply the town ball or the
school with a completely equipped mov.
t1g picture outft. me that they were
kept aptodate and sed once a week
at least, as they give the greatest
amount of entertainment, Satisfying
the cravings for natural and decent
amusement and a source of better.
meant for the mental and moral devel-
opment of the. community. Pictures
and musie speak a universal language
and are a means to combat the Im.
moral cheap shows,. and to lead young
folks to knowledge and good citizen.
ship by attractive paths."
The Electric Theatre gives two
hours of the best moving pictures ev-
er? night and many a moral lesson
can be earned by watching these
realistic views. No better place can
be found to send the children and the
grown persons will always bt- charmed


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the Imetit% of our o'ids It will PSY
you to -et owuri M, KVs wdTERMS
be fore butomiet
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for FARQUHAR Katowies. iSAM
Saw KIIS A potai will brifagO
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to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of 0e0r
tion with the extensive long distance eating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close trast
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the *ell Tel
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to goto
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhetf
distar:a lines in the sven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put s1
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any pOlet
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radit-
In v6hich a Bell Telephone system is, ing throughout the nation, as ued
operated., daily In commerce and for social PP
These long d **-nce lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer a-
most modern d i proved construc- citizens in all walks of life and eV
tion and are r maintained at a high plant here is an important link inM
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THE DAILY SUN: (4AINE8gVLLE, FIALRIDA, JANUARY 27. 1949


WITE UN UP

S SERIOUS CHARGE

OLOS6 TO HAVE RAPID COL.
I0 WOMAN AT TRENTON.

Wase ,:h Party Who Were
I VThrough the Town and
I' Waiting at station.

S)gis Martin, Tony Martin and
iI Powell, all young white nien
gW1 oz were brought to the ritv
by Sheriff P. (s. Rams.,y on
S irJusa charge of "ral -."
Sv"tml of the supjIoed affair i6
aBttle Duval. who. In conilp:n.
several other negroes, w.re ,,n
way to Prry. In Taylor count.,
Oth e time the crime is allg,' ,I to
te been committed, a.dl th. ,I-)n iln
ef crowd all became frightened and
a off when thl- whilt m, n ar.- -aid
l have taken charge of the otumaii
Setrried h r .ta re,- h. .tr ,, t t a
g asrby room. >,, .. t ,
f fte party
The woman claims that .-he. togeth,.r
ltS the other o r l.irti,'-. wAa o t 1:i r wa I :
Perry. and having to sto'p ov. r ;t
Iro ton ansid -A:t 1,r 13 i i in t!:.
uamt kindly ali0',.'% th, pe lrly t,; "
6 the walt!i::-ro,.n: of *''.. dll- t. ;,I ,i
fBt It was here that the boh.s ca'rue
* and flred off their guns iand lln-i *'
sthe men folks make a ha.ty r, treat.
ghes they seized her and an,)thi.r wo-
of but her coniianin(m surce-, .l in
pt og away, and she was 1l fi the
Uft of the mob.
The case will be tried tf irv J.llda


SeMB here ard several parti'.s ha t'
m lsummoiitd as Itues-.e l..th
t I and colored pItople..
The affair is. alley. dI to h.iv eiicur.-
S-I an Sunday night, and it is claimed
all of the young iltn It the (t'vcre\
L -e drunk at the time the allegedI
r iwe wab comi

tece the abo%' .ini, ha Is be n Iit
h type County JudgI" Ma-;on has re-
liaed the young -n ni o bond., and
a h speculation has )een indulged,
lhas to whether the same was a bail-:


ie case.


The Pure Food Law.
Secretary Wilson says: "One of
S A objects of the law is to inform
It ansum, r of the rets nee (if eer-
ri harmful drugs in medlriines."
00 law requires that the amount of
7t Woform, c lumn. mcr: hire, and
41r habit-forming drugs be stated
9 the label of each bottle. The man-
5tWrers of Chamberlain's Cough
4 SeMedy have always claimed that their
aedy did not contain any of theMse
'K a, and the truth of this claim is
W, Mally proven, as no mention of
tI is made on the label. This
Wsd y is not only one of tte safest.
b- me of the best in use for coughs
* I eols. Its value has been proven
W ad question during the many
ta It has been in general use. For
is by all druggists.

Successful Truck Grower.
T. L Hodgson of Williston was a
"Wh"or to the city yesterday He is
0 1 of the leading truckers of that
Ilodm and always succeeds in miak-
SAt b crops, but. like the average
me rb he does not always get the
W prices. He was one of the frst
Of In that section to install Irriga-
66 and has a large and complete out.


iMi9les Remedy for La Grippe.
'leking la grippe coughs that may
lelop into pueuninuia over ntligh
qui lckly cured bIy Fole. Hsi. i-
" Tar. The ore and inflau.-d luitg"
1r healed and btrengtl-r.d i, asti at
gerjou, ( u lti'imn la jiln kl a **rt.
- Take. o(,ly FI.',. >'r li,., a, id Tar
i the )ell AV,, ka te J W lC'o;!
Sa& Co.


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New Phosphate Mines.
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PIL96 CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS


106S41119 or l'rottruditg I'tll-tt 6 tW
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SENATOR

WILL

TO RETAIN


TAIAFERRO


PAl


A A HE A r!r ;,vtrat years I was amicted
DU ALL HL vA wil;h kidnry trouble and last winter
I x?..- -'Id ni':- stricken with a severe
ip)i!' in nv kidneys and was confined
TARIFF ON FOREIGN ., I...I .ia*s unable to get up
LUMBER. Jiv.thout a!si.tauce. My urine con-
--- 'tat:.ed a thick white sediment and I
,pased same frequently day and night.


Florida Having Borne Burdens of Cu-
ban Reciprocity Should Be Let
Alone in Tariff Reduction.

Repl i:.,, to a I tr.er of II. F lHani;-


ton,. secr ta:., ,i t'-' Calt.-vi ll" I(.hard
of Trade, S& .iatur J.Jttes P. TaliAferro
writes from Warhinton a. followw,:
"My lear Mr. liampton: "Your let-
te.r of I1ecember 19. inclosing resolu-
tions of the Gaiit.esille loard of
Trade ojppoling the rerdoval of the
tariff on lunbetr. came duly to hand
aUid would have been acknowledged
sooner but for the holidays.
"Those who are contending for a
reJuction of the tariff on lumber argue
that it would produce more revenue.
conserve our forest resources and in-
sure cheaper developing material. In
view of the agitation for the preserva-
tion of our national resources and the
demand for additional revenue to bal-
ance our increasing deficiencies, there
would seem to be possible obstacle's
in the way of holding the lumber
tariff as it now stands.
"For my own part I shall contend
that. Florida hahilg borne the burdens
of Cuban reciprocity, should be let
alone in the matter of tariff reduction.
and that any .)>tern of revision shall
embrace an equal distribution of tariff
benefits or burdens. llsides, It would
seem to be a discrimination to do
away with the protection of an in-
dustry just about the time of the dis-
apiparance of the forests In the North-
aeat utAd North underr any circum-
stances. )our Board of Trade may be
a,..-ur,-d that I ball do what I can in
I-thalf of all th.- Industries of Florida "


Too Much Face.
You feel as If you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia, don't
),,U S ," t!.e fate'-- I)tl mIay need
i t, but g,.t rid of the ii-urali.i bU)
Iaelpl) ing Ballards Snow Llniment
Fine-#.rt t1La1 in t1,e world for iht-u
ui !m.t:- m i, ,,r.algia a bums, cut.- htalid-
Ia.ne lUi a, an1d all lkailn So1ld by \W


JI III.
Ne*bcrry Seteon Needs Rasn.


I A- LAN -L
I Stopsratstteaig


I cotunence i taking Foley s Kidney
Re medy, and the ian gradually
abated and tfi;ally ceased and my
urine became normal. I cteerful13
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. lMcCollum & Co.

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the police of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 190o. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir-
respective of party affiliation.
CHASE. M. DELL

Stomach 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
And Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets more beneficial than any other
remedy I ever used." For sale by
all druggists.


His Ptheemmal Ludia
"Tou my be Is l kyr
"TYo bet."
"ID what does hti luck consset?
"Marriage, you me. isn his gobby."
"Every woman be aurre gets a ad-
vorce."
Weed".
Tenement Teesle-And de novel .ays
de heroine had a willowy form. used
to pine for her lover and would sprce
up when abe wen him coming froo de
gate. Shasty Sue--ee. where did she
work-tI a sawmill?-Exchange.
There is no case on record of a
cough, cold or la grippe developing
Into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
aud Tar has been taken, as It cures
the mobt obstiuate deep-seated cough~
and cold Why take anything eli',
J W. McCollum i& Co
As a Caution.
e l. ';' .- tri .-rl< in etla
b3t .. IL. r ,! l 't g; \
-Yes. ait:d t11.-r ,1 \ ;1 .I liti a swift L ..
ft r t*lii u e v ;'i 'l 1, (t l *.
l.,at,-u i r !ai ript
In iu.f.at s. it. ll i| a irer:tju,.-s it,
I.. t 'r. \ a s! .tL..rful d ft I. hutl Ii.
S t 4. a i r' etitr< us folly


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P ressing the Fact


H (Ao to your mind "ibm
aue" i' stm am1e Wduy to
)-mr~rl,wit mles or 180l4 bF
I t-ailgyur jesti' 5*O It, um,
ti-et'y ijinvuISmumis What w

%eAlit e.to II UfeOrgmVt thaiUWaPM-
4,11 ~a aIlwuronra'Ifsetist
~ -)..t r lieie ~is to ul, bul
pia'.e)j 'e l a i 41i in C99
ae4ujp in smokfi.

BEFORE AN ACCNSWI
c u isiS IlIU WTUEWO


CTAPAKIES :: :


~4 PW t Agent, '


ALACHUA FARMERS

ARE NOW HAPPY LOT

DEAL CLOSED ON ALL COTTON
IN THAT SECTION.

Forty Thcusand Dollars in Cash
Cistributed to Growers There
by This Big Sale.

Ala, hua farmers ar, again happy.
la.:iilc disl,.ed of all their holul-over
('',tion which has b *-n a drag on the
,iat',.t for thyi pa:.t several month..
1 hlir,' has I.e.n $4 .'l,,*, in ca-h turn-
1# ed !lo v th'er withiit ihit past f.-w
d,,.i a:,d thi s -ctio< 1.- -i. ally
li; y v : it lhas had a t flendt'i(' to
*'," u;1 trad.' and put s i.' of t1h1
' .ol ,i l a! t l itn (ircula.tiou
Thi. l.:r: d* ::1 J .;nailt! d th' farnners
to I t;,. ir illigit ions and hav ,
oirt rE < r-. :, l.it o r. bhich will as-
t r.1 1 1 I ,1.i fI.t tli (t uiiiig 5n.
,>ian I !* i .-. l .C i rt !iant. w ill iow
h1w t 1,e ine* I their 1'* e Izv ons.
whihi mt ake thing. right all thi way

Ti<' ct'.ai g. ha.- 1et reimarkablv
1.otic iabl** i Itrade' circles already.
arid huin A- Is l better in that place
t.an it has ,t'n for months, notwith-
standing the fact that this ais general-
ly the dull se-ason with them.
Many of the grower. will not plant
as heavily the coming season as they
have In the past. and the growers hope
to regulate the prices to some degree
in this. way

A Religious Authors Statement.
.1 ... -... .R I-*- A-


DAVIS 100 Per Ct.


Pure Is BEST


WHYP


Because it lasts long-

est and covers more

surface to the gallon

than any other paint

made. There is a

BEST in everything

-in Paint it is Davis
100 Per Cent Pure.


BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
PHONE M. 7


Do ou know of any woman 'who ever receivd
benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's VqeetaeN
pound?"
If aniy womrnan who is suffering with any ailment
to hIr ,ex will ask her neighbors this tio de
surprised at the result There is hardly a
this country where women cannot be found who het
restored to health by this famous old eedy,
exclusively from a simple formula of roots Mnd
During the past 3o years we have published
of letters from these grateful women who have been el
by Ly& E. Phikh-'s VgeIs C p Mi
in all that time have we published a te0m
the writer's special permission. Never ha we
published a testimonial that was not truthful d
Here is one just received a few days ag U myM
that this is a true and honest statement of a
ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable C ---po
and ask her.
Houstoem Texis.-- When I Afrt tIak Mikt
ai*'s Vegetable Ommpad I was a tel wek. I
iek for three yg a with tmale m
and a liver trouble. I bt trie SdwO --l de_
nothing did m sayn gd. e
"For three yeaws I llved eo e m am
never get well, wbe I read am adverl-- i
hama's Vegetable Oempond, sad was tied O W I
"My lbusbead e me -e betne f e ismmm41a
me much ood utinedm l sM I SWImn a l-
and enjoy the best of health.
"I advise all women -offne' 9
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable mv L
regret it, for it will swel eui e yeC.-UM _
819 Cleveland St., Houston.
Any woman who is sick and S eis h o '
not to gve such a medicine as this a
not do her as much good as it did M Hid .




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KO Have baew made with
S~ f SettmaMbp OuMany for
g- 250 o- hs fum New fork
wwk ma ti Key West eMasason.


mw atlM t ra. the taurtars
Stt -May t ft The work is
do n tbe tdat d m profeam uls.


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Sb ehad already been
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-: -i i toie obwicth-
ft n-o ermIve tol: thee days.
MI M t I n bow Key West
SAfiI* otbent me u png.




we toIL as object of
5vinS at ileA to the omntry
b$Omese thereos: "The shoals
mII 0 tar a IMlog, a fall
il0 I Det. The riverbed la
be ae oahs are located, aad
o blo f asa taep that the rapid
i,, severall water.
6a4L a rear that can be

ShSm l emery in the I -
- it l l ea or n rare ,
"o spot whee the
.Ma.irt. Railway ad
4i Wied sor
wumgeseeet a demand

-oa""r to an cities
I a ,aln eam

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aI there oota ad rer apu'"
"WaAr ated the editr. "Wihat
*paml the pasd ather repeat
ea. "DI't they wear ap nowedaeet
I S ov tha n iad t er"
"Wa ~MB never wear .pers nnle
thy sid IatrMde. They wear one apt r
-* ely. What oud w ld a aecnd
iea, eWept to tear the elothe.r
"1 s,." sMid the other. "A "Watl
er0o, wasn't ed to."
"Only a natural error tfor an ino
raS. tlle tsual writer ,f sport.
NO OtoIre is an Ignoramus I rarvl)
Pead a sporting story but I conme a-r&T-
GaIe error quite as blatant as thi of?
ye-."-New Orleans Tim". Ih-U.m,crat

Subscribe for The Sun and vote for
your choice la the plane eastast

Mrf 9 y OMe


'AGOY OF ECZEMA


BEYOND WORDS

Whe" *h a Ma o ef Raw, Tor-
h ow Humer-Hair All Fell Out
-I i Seemed R-edy to Drop
Ofr-COstMn Would Stick to
benlf R Hoped Death
Wl nd Fearful Suffring.


CASE SEEMED HOPELESS
BUT CUTICURA CURED HER

Wordsb eamnot detrWbe the terrible
*euma I maueed with. It i rke out
on aybad and kept apedmin4 until it
oveyed my whole body. I was &irt
S0id m s of arw ferom head t- feot.
ioobed more like a piece < raw lsit
than a buma being. The rain and
a I eadured wemed more than I
bear. Blood and pmU ooed from
dthe =l o m oa my n alp. from under
SIm a n and neardy all over mv
body. My ea were so crated andi
@WO= I was afraid they would briak
ofe. r hair la my hd fell out.
I M not it down. for my dot"bes
t0k to the raw and bleeding
mm k 01eg mry out hor the pain.
l y door did all e could, but
o*l wot M and worse. My condition
iawfu a. I did not think Iould live.
S waed death to come and aod my
"Il thiomdin my mother-ln-law
mild to try the Cu ciaRem-
SI Msaid I would. but bad no hope
of mvy. But oh. what be wP re-
h I zama ed after pIly; Cti-
It O e bleeding
a sh and brenght me the
t Ie a I had had in weeks. It
S w e as ke to a burning
teaga6 would bath with warm
Cuti feoap, then al
tO 01-tMae ff y. I Alo took cu-
m- f t foAr the blood. Ina
ahort tne the am stopped ruling,
t elk beganS to heal, and I knpw
w*a to pt wl aain. Then the hair
* my beMd bqa to roW. and In a
*hort tine I wu enompletely cured.
I easnot praise Cutloura enough. I
Ml I od ell everybody who has
ee-mea to use Cuticura. My condition
wam A t'-ri,le thit whst et4red nWe
oemot fall to cure saybody of thi
awful die. If ay one doubts the
truth of this lsttr. tell them to writ*
to va. Mrs. Wa. Hunt. la1 Thomas
It., Newark. N. 5.. Sept. 28. 190A."



Hemm w aet H014m
The old man sat on the park seat.
rtrs of t!cn gfooding i clotbea. A
ympathette paeaerby. o the hwigh
td. stopped and asked it he were UL
"TY, sir." mid the oarowlta old
talow. "I've Jot 'ad bad news from
aas. TheI 'e* that 'as eltered me
for yeam la to be torn down, and I
*sv-et a penny ton my name to top t.
'erybody will be trned out, and
rodnaem know trha'U appeala to 'em- "
-Poor Wi! said the armpathetei
pnameby, bstqwing a peary on the
Md old mu. That I't much. Imt
YOs ae welcome to It And whwbel
thie aM hoM of yownt my MefldI
"p at the jeal, air." rpd the IM
ai. OIt seems very haNLt r lived
there Avf and twenty yeera.w-Load
Opnkif


The A"-lt a In Tawm
Is the dai h. always wears a
frown, i erees and disagreeable, and
in short and sharp In his answers
a.me cases out of ten it's not the poor
fellow's fault It's his liver and dies.
tkm that make him feel so miserable
-hbe can't help being disagreeable.
Are you in danger of getting Into
that condltioo? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herblne for your
Mver-the safe, sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. N. John-
am


A Stinging Retert.
WaZ Bead (proudly-1I am going In
a necklace which I am assured cannot
be told from real pearls Braw- Rinlnz
(uarcaatkallyi-Aw. they're stringing
YoW.-Baltluiora American.

HMck' CAPUDINK Cures Sick Head*
ache
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip. Stom-
ach Trouhles or Feialh, trouble..,
Try ('aliudilln--It's lquid--'ffe'cts lu
mediately Bold by druggists.

The awake person ruads the want
ads. every day-aod answered ome al-
moat as often.


DBromo Quinine"


Lr toI

Laxative Bromo Quinine
r7W MWL oEm ro ga mAr 4 aO$y i G Oar Ay.


lways reowmbes r thef tull uz
iAw "hisOWNUUM 00 ti e-.er) bu&


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Fever earei
Fever sores and 41d chronic sores
should not he laled entirely. but
houdM be I$p i n altby condition.
This can be done by apptng Chamber-
lain's Salve. This salve has no su-
parlor for this purpose. It is also
most excellent for chapped hands, sore
nipples. burns and diseases of *he
skin. For sale by all druggists.


"Some men are found of work, and
others are not." samild Wilber. "Take
Dawson, for instance. He is wedded
to his work."
"Not now," said IIlckenlooper. "Hie's
been divonred."e
"Divored? What do you mean?"
asked Wilber.
"He was bounced last Saturday,"
aid Hlickenloolper.-Lippincott's.

Just Suitoed Him.
"Milss 'Pulb.. yo' uubtinKly has ffgt
well develtol|.d ahtue. ef y,'ll piabdto
IMa ianlu' 5sI"
"Ah devl'Il.e l stel'rin h alj:i' working'
l ili 9'.* l .i '.ail'. il-t:li tinfus."
"I'" i *! i 11 I' i 'ln .% i .,'
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The Health of Your Horse
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It. .me it., nlant 1- In te'4at ...Stnia


NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE


A FATAL CARD.
Mew It Killed the oeaelm 0"Depart.
meet eof the Lendeon Times.
When the Thunderer deeklld t to d
vote one or nore of Mts cvolumwin daily
to aun letiilatkial depiartmient sil ;ang
land sut up and admired. Tib. anu
.hoen to tc du,-t The it4umn was a
rather ehlerly and *u''vasknally con-
i Irlal )ot ute.r smu who for .e :ro had
coatributedl church news to Itew palr.
but had never dramenel thit be shtlld
attain the extreme honor of actually
becoming one of tie editors of tbe
Thundeerer, lhat work abnklaig |iiwer
T'he plromlotn went to his bhen. maste
bim diuty. lie saw himself as | oei
In the laud. one who irlrhaps would
make ur unmal.e eelehl.itthal dlgni
tarlei.
On the morning of the anuouneen.4ete
of the new venture the new Ineumnilwe:
came Into townii on hi, unutial train fr ;mn
Surbiton. his henil ,nluit-intg with dei'
lghtL At the foot of l.udcl:tte hill lie
met nn old frieh'l. whom lihe forthwith
led into the Greent lrnv'nm htr.
"Arthlmr." .atl he. "we rea:llty mutn
celebrate. What d' you stIllo ,e h.n-
haptened? Obh. you'd never. never
dream It: L.ook! What d' you May tc,
that. old boy?"
"Thntt" was a newly ergraved enrJ
on whIch nimixWared thiln nnutiiii'-enment:
MR. CEI. Ari'.ePy .eT I)TaFORD-
IIETHEItiNGTON,
Ecclostasthl".l l.litor. The Thunderer.
"My word, old cha-. It's the muiot de-
lightful news I've heard in an age!"
cried his friend. "Let's bare Just one
more. Here's to you! Snecess!"
Before he reat bed Temple Bar the
ecclesLastical editor bad met fire other
friends. To the fifth he b.e'rved:
"D' ye know. Ned. with that card 1
could call on the ar-archbisbh'p 'f Can-
terbury. Yes. He'd see me Immediate-
ly. Wou'ert'i card this. Indicates po.d-
tion 'f strordinary responsibility 'n'
dignity."
Halfway to the office of the Thunder
er Mr. ll&,at.rdl-letberlh.t,,u hailed a
hansonm.
"Have you." h be Inquired, with tmn b
gravilty--"hve you a fast and well ap-
pointed cab? Yes? Very we;l, then.
You may drive Ime to lat.il.t-th r:iai At the' |pil.i the new < ards anll 'indluted the own
er of It t I :i l'e.is:tnt r'ce'iti a'i r,*,ta.
where he smu:hled In a vast chair aund
instantly wvt-;it to> shlep'i.
The archlti.hop c f Caniterbury halp-
pened to Ie? very busy with his chap-
laln. ibut :it tCet sl;-l: of the card beh
felt sure that something of imlmortance
was at hand and sent hi's chapil in to
Inquire. That tall. slender, dark. ascet-
ie gentleman strode slowly ti the' re-
ception rooi nand after a slight but
decorous struggle suect.eeded lu waking
the caller.
"His grace." said the chaplain. "l-egs
to kror- h w be can st.rve the Thui-
dererr'"
"Tel! ,ids grace."' responded Mr. BHts-
for !-1e**I*1 i!wot, "-that I'm awrly
busy ti nking aud I'm sorry I shan't
!IA aL,.- tou te hiu till tomorrow. Very
Sulrry."
IFiLhwltlah he relauied lato slumbler
Two sturdy twe deposited him In bis
fMet i,- woll an',w,>n, cl eh Isand r ler-
ed the driver to deliver hlit at the uf-
ice of the Thunderer. There the ec-
clesI aethll editor and the ecclesiasltkcal
departuwutt siullaoneuUMy vanisbed.-
Itarqr's \Vfekly.


Delmeeville People Sheeuid Learn to
DeteW the Approach of Kidney
0C iseee.
The RYMP1ognN of kidney trouble' are
w) uniniptakahl.' that theyi leave no
ground for doiat'. Sick kidneypt ex.
create a thick. clo-tdi, offi'flslve urine.
full of Pediml~ent. lrr-Rular of Isoaxi.
or a~ttende'd by a %enktation of tical(IRz.
The Itnek e'e en~~t~utlv. he'acachii-,~
and dlzzy jb~r na~Y Ocur tand the %-!c-
tini is ofiten weigher!(l eewn I)Y a t,.e'l
Inlg (ift lingiuzor a ndl at ixgtiv N At.-l'C
the---.' rif ,ltig- auid t ii. re isi~ laiivr of
dropswv. a kzhdt *,A I )i-se;I e4. or cdi 11e t,
Any uo fite ct h'p.rhese e %ltorn- 14 is i ne
Ing enough to bf-min treating t hoe kiid
n#4k?4 at? once. IeIit v o f t i it roe
f -1it anl1, i,:- t
D~oan's Kidney, Pills. Here's Gaines-

M., riJame4 oslunlr ''2Alulu~
nue'. Ga.inv'.s%;Ile.'. VialdIt .
now somle' T.''Itieimle I iti-elI ~l.
Kl(!tioey1111,;l a tie! I ani & a 1to -a> that
I have. had noc n. cd of a k idnii-v
renh'd y. Se, ratI %'-*a r. a ii cD a i i
Kidney Pls t%%;t ~ v ~a :u t-%v ro at-
tack of kidney tronhibe and time' ha,
proven the cuurt to bit t lp.ran'atin
one. I take jeleamire in rt"*coni:nt-n:ding
IDnan*,4 Kidney 1111% to otfl'.r kiilno-v
sumffe'rors.-
F'or N.aleo b all de'alors. Prive;.7i,
Cent.S. Fo~t er-M ilhujr-i Co.. I haiffalo.
New York, soate ag-ntit for Ott. United
Stat es.
Remember the nanme-Doan's-and
take' rto ot'e'r.

Secure a tenant for that vacant
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AT-7OR\LT AT LAW
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We buy and sell Local Securities of All Kinds. CorrepoM
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HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEN

It (ays tei' farmer to llant only tie1 lI', It'1t
(lt..-tionl not of 1",ow ehi :ll, 11ut of ''i.\vWg<4l."

OTr Seeds Naye Ike ReCitatim of Bem| ?wt a* Id1t31.

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A (Ctifl!I!t-te at#,,k of flay. Ctra O atsj, Fk ,ur, fir" a '-eIdW 4:tt
6eed Moal and [t1y' We hanadle(Ic uiP Me Very Best t i'"d
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Po ndi; %t- tt f4)%liwann.'.' Ii*
ve'r; north toe Alachus.fl~iwih
and Worthuineton '-jening'p,
Cedlar Ne'y, auld alt intermoet-
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TO)WN'-',PHOSTPHATE M!YP'F,
MU-$LJ, SAW-MJILL$ anti FARMS
Wome.aw and Anqwer
for One Price.


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foret. S. TVIUPIueOWA 21

7, &Uw'efldby sarrieflut Ib. ity. ot
pi art of the Vatted Riates. P004age
Y $3a..r9,'o 0i a Month.a: ISIt% It. I
so Matosfor Avg w'eeks-strictly in

T_ geices in ,Ii xnl ouinu C~jr ~il nlin
1&f0t0~. and _s cwuts f or ach ad-Iti~,nai
~ e epty J'~'t'iiimade known On

,4woeks'in ug at anelgt 1tPagof. It
VOW. pcctli%hed every lMotijy'r
*and cantaius all the news of the
bat State and eIterit-l, and will be
poetaxe free, tosny par-t of the Vilited
C'aus1, for 5, 'W)ay7f.ar-in id% an'-".
Sbaislutlg bi!ts become due after :-rs
IME--ouainruct Patties ne krows tO Us
bgmsquhad opyfor ad%:r~i-inw in a4.
~.Addreass. THEC D1AiI VI&I"N,
GAZ'v a' ILLK FLA.

The Y.Tampa Tribune' ha' lou:ie'
ftslustre by b'cornirth igin ccc cry-



[#~eSouth. It, 60t (univ n fluie


npgcer, but a getitleliian ol Orle. :l p-
garsace.

Oatesville has recit.ed nzich i' !
bli advcrtiv-ng through the ', .i -.',n
StWe Chase Interest. to e .taoli-a'i a
9Wr factory here'.

Passing thought,' do nor I .lin :i I'v ii
l be is. I ut l tlh i'.r, r- it i hi'-
.T oebs and !.. lit..: i !1.. .tk
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Whether or not iIh' ll.i n jut (carril-d
-. KI by sever.il thoui- i...1 oun il i.; l'' ,
* iCleveland. Ohio., a d 'vli< h i- n I.1 i;
S stated el.'seht-re. of liciig for two
W0ek as Je-us U'-ill." ha.- ;tIy i. r
a eant value di ;'ciie l :; oii in. i(:.'ini
gi of those. ho lie.low it. i ti. at
b pt is for two \,* k oetl;. an liI ,b
Ike idea that the' tar. h.:i,,.a I. l.ei
Ow afterwards.. It v.ill spi.ll failure.
et if the idea i., to in.im i .i tr. I an
beiltive aand hc 1i to a lti ,esi ; ,a iit
better life of conduct and service. la.-t-
SI good may lf e.xl*|-tted.

Some radical innovators in the mat-
tsalal linc- hac e -i:., -re'd riall
SMriages." and a few people lijhe' evi-
64gtly adopted the plan. Hut reports
2 that the experiment 6.- a failure.,
Well it might be. In apit.- of all
t so-called improvements that are.
ruing upon society. the vabt major-
IVy 41 people will cling to the old
tlbe-bonored way. Re'nimdies fwor an
MB that may arie in nmatrinionial a-
aaces must be lxok.d for el hwhter-
ls. in trial marriages, which air
vlepguant to our senze of dece.ucy and
Stbalily life.

Life insurance staiimtics show that
I the last twenty-fve years the aver-
Aig drMltion of life has increased by
W years. This is encouraging and
41 mainly to greater medical and
M Wca knowledge, improved banlta-
Oft. and general be'tt r 'coilitiont ofi
t0L. If more Ip'opIl,' would ..tl,t birn.
Sg th candle at both .idsC by fat
1W11 lind inJudicious hahit tlIhe' ctiiiiiig
1YOMt would how an et.\i Kgreat. r in-
G Me. It is only too true'. as thei
0frain of an old ongoK A... that faith
5 y people., it in not the 1.1:1. %
Iyvel but hli.- iac(' that kilz Ce'r-
binly the ilac- ouf ur ulitl. rn Anrri
a lift is to, rapid, a. l It it tlo that
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-i n lit ,rI ,r .0 i. r, i :" n t, 11 thri, i t* i-:low t*i.1
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Tl,, i;.L'.-,t., \,,<.-. a.. ", .*iri.. ,(t'*tE, ,,, 'it ,'t.**'. a;'I di-- 1o JL, HLAL S 1 M LUNGS a 1 PP0
tor i., I r. mar, in piit, ,, ,i. *'r 1- it i.- :I !' v a .... i '- Endorsed b thegenerl PUBLICasthte B T M md w
*., i ,l,.... ,i ,, of, ,th l -, Ir ,,ha' it do, ,.t ,,-i: I, Children'si Croup and Wheoplinf Mlt _tMn
dl*i.t, :-.lary w.. w.ll iu.ila i i. I...* *n. .. th '. *- i' th it containsNothing Injuriott. The action BfIthW r
ci. i lth:ii ~*,, i...,,t 1- lar..I,. :a :..ait ,'.: *, ,, ** *!. r's: i '..*..' r hu.ndSyrupisnmildandbenign, It is adaptedto tan
ir fr .-il ,.ai;'.1ii: g .:.I i,..:.,,i.I !a I a .1 kt' r frer., t 'i% a adults of every variety of temperanient Mi 0V*ll
** .trai ,allh., t h .~bc l> o.(' I.' t'o 44.)l.; 'II 4"t'i r' :; 1t.-,: ?h.l'- '*. *i,;,. d 144 m T
rhir ,l-. : r 11: lthe >vot-rul t, in h'tegit uiidating' W hatev.r :n.d.. T
ludi4n.; il, n l. rs of b(th houc. s of 'h,* r :', of thl rlrecy- rPI' l-.-*ire l L W. eVANIO C iim i m0-' in
(Conrst'. v ho cannot liv uhii the ito conea.:l. it I.s not creditable to the MR &IkLfrthJ.lOrlretA0 a .-
i-.1.1 (iir.il o!ti. aff)t >il ..h'; Il> k "ig mii. It does not make thm allppear Impnstnl Wo h aIena
utii r'll r(ef.nrrrrnt icfr r'aini it aft.r llt i lthe llhlic eye. bult I oelead to the Ia I 1 S V wbad
the.- tlihtco t r thai they ar,- i.uI ,-u,- -urs ler'in that th'.." are' inrcllne'! to
'i'.;>tl. leotiiifii-t(l ,.hoodaiink and mislead the mimtlic. m I" ulft
The. Siringth-ld Republican says: -- LL "
*"(;\. Hlughli is I .ry much strength- A Nashville newspaper is accusing ALMW
,en.'dJ in his effort to ,'eur>t a direct a certain TennesA-e statesman with
iriniary laii in N>\ York S'ate by the li-ing Intoxicated with his own voice. ---M "- .. W
fact that the- GoClerniors of all States If the |ires-ent prohibition wave con- P. JM J O k B Olm
Shi,.re -uch laus hav-eN h-t1 in io ura tinues it will not I lonlig before that
iii i'r-e thi. tIn h.artily Here and is all that Is left for onu sa*atesmnen to
thr, a (;, )v rnor has ailvi-i'd that b,' irt.-ixtri.- l ith.
ifl.'l ln :,t.. 1 I rn i'tdo' .iald. tli ni an%
<3a-C.. ani.nli,..i.!- h:'.' ,'e.*ni howA; Subcribe for The' Sun and help your
,y t'\l. I,'W, 4... itn.l., hut th' !lady friend wln the fine piano.T
;lir>~ l..> l\ tic l,- |"-< i ,l> l.o II M tr, i if
l't is* ,i. ir',,,t, ., I ae tr -, WASHING WITHOUT WATIER TIM M D ,
tlh. elir,.Ti Iriinaty .- *11ii f.t a -i .-
t'iin to f 'r!. r (*":, li',tin.-" Uo ike Truyto G* t o M ioDed r -
The Ne-x, Y, rk \V.rl l .\r mn W111e1UmI wlH1. Repe n f
t!,t Sou'crit So r. atr. i Ihiiit Did y.u ever see any ene trying to Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Farfield iW o
o# illn (if Ii.nal a hit l t :II, ash itthemselves without so W Calp poita South ... ................... 10:
ali iiiiin'iiy. .uhat\.'r iIt- ,u. ,', ,gl i yowo did what would you say of Returning, arrive Oainevil .... .............
. ; t. i- i .: o 0 ., ,;:. i.. i him ?
,r,.-i, 1 ,1 ti,,al 'art-., ri, it i sevL ry bit as ooish to try to Leave Galineville for Sampeon City Palt
ri)da irt..r.: of Dandruff and to prevent d- Le e 1'" fo S n ity
'.:. el.cti!, o(if c'etn m-so f.Iv aI, th,.. ness by feeding the germs which cause Lake City, Valdoesl, and all poilts NotI *&
.,,,,r: .. r- t' v, r rn,- le and similar substances which for Returning, arrive Ginvill..........
Iiilitainig t0h i r.ti'r iartyv a ,a the principal ingredients of ot of- E
h.alihy aiid (olipact iop,,tl.ihioni both caed Hair Vigors. .
Newibro's Herplelde i ssesf tb-
at it e national capitall and throughout caue, It attacks and kills the paraUc A. L Glau Go. Sept .ueL h Set Tlr
th'e nation should reveilvce a latiig hi-. germ which feeds on the hair roots
pulbe. A truly representative munior- It i the *oriInd l lanufd onlt r etain
ity in the Seti.ate, well led and actilnc | Sold by Mdln drlae adng i ts MOMd I. L
stamps for sample to The 1rpileMC Ol.
Inl the' inae of nearly 6.41i.,oill )Do :mo- D V t MI.L 1 t
cratic vote-rs. can exercise an il- w o
flutnce on the cour.-e of national atf- L & .
fairs and even partisan adminitra- J" IpN N A .
tion beyond its mere voting strength.'
The Norfolk l.andmuark ( iLA-.) says:
"The Demoucrats in the House of Rep-

to introduce and press a joint resolu- E v ewr
tion condemning the attempt of the '1 reliieMot*' a-A resian&&d seasianyeMISSION
bo1 the lasO twelt-S*vo eroan and :oe*r Ifresaesl sa
Executive l apartment to revive the. ollef u ftil he b*o* he Las b-ra utkIme Cawrarvs he hoe *srrr had
iledition laws by suing newbipalwrs for thU bhe.:iacb ha. h bo *otirely le*4 ulR
C be. Thli t I& "acit 7N rt,."Suothsaonst"41 ioW
libel. Quite an issue could be made wilrtgo *i pri t eeomssep o tm toplt i lt W
of this. and a proper one. The suit LMa.xl^oa *.iax eis W.|nIIa-oi. I II
relorepents an entirely new de.part- 6
ure, and 1i hnot one of those matters TM 501tO t Consit t tul* FoM "
with regard to which Congress can be
justly charged with eleventh-hour
courage. It the Republican majority For detailed information, rates s edule sad -,
voted down e resolution It would ervatioM, O your n et t A mt,
seriously an d rongly commit itself;
If it voted for the resolution. a needed wit to OI Ok
rebuke would be administered In a P .i^ .r>, o o. A W FIT FAMI I
ALaW.oFROTOT, FRAU C .s yuM10u
,trlking manner While we are say- 1.1 It b;lk. The ol 1 : =
ing this abolni the sedition bubsinse, =..t4esosaveO rroarmo oe DDv. s i tge Tin. hall Ag
we cannot help adding an expression 8sterling fteslLdy Co., Cbic wo i N. k
of regret that the -Democrats In the A ,nT 0IRAliLine, is- Fd rik
House did not join the majority in -s
calling down Re.ipresentatile Willett NOTICE OF APPJCATION TAR
of New York whcn he h a. abusing th,. DEED t'NDCER SECTION Or CJAPTt9
jpritcleges.. of the' floor to insult the' LAwn OF FIMW.
President in a lurid and vindictIhe pure her o f au ,vesthiS Ao. seN. A u
hiaranigu,. the th day of Auniat. A. I. t1i,
hbas Sled asi eerldear is my oiee.
=nd baa made application fur t15 deed to I|'
sue sla toordameo with law. aild eortMelt
T.Tl. *i* ,, Iii", (rC1 ei T ItIK '., ( e* b>ra cs the followtlB des rted property
So shunted io A-o.busoount .lor -. ll. Air Line Railway
Fraik J C. (hi..v miike. oath that The said lilad eiMlg aselmad at the date of


beth~e 6anie'Cof such cerUflosta Isthe same
leo is .e iwid r j ie; rtii- (ief the.'firmi of o jjAf

~ Cl~ 4f~ le'I. c('uiw v At I St 4t, tiee !th eday oult relary. A. 1). SL
%ILW~tb U,)Sdomfe-ial .hwssturewsad&Imesa ti
.el' '. a'i a:! 'lt clel f'ii ciirmAfi I-.,i te btb diiv ofJab~usn. A D 1914
L ~(Sir~ :.I cc ic ~t* &ic Ce ig irealt CousA~blaahasCo. l
IL... '.10 Uti% cut.re S. D., C.

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THREE tLCL ANT TRAINS DAILY
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SI:AI 'I \ I; 1'IA'IA ilI)A FAST MAIL
MODERN P LMAN EQUIPMENT.
S-i. \' <,\( oIi ,.1> MITKl-l' i lid lullman Vestt-
,. .* I .. Club (ar Obserrcaiouu Car sad
Ir ('it u d St. Augustine: Pull-
., t 0 1i J r,. ('s t v and Palmt Hlech;
S, r- Iiwe e-i Jersey City aad
h 1 '. ,, 1. ,.1 ..'dl Mlbail I.,'a 8t A lglsttWe
I I .i k-.. !, I 1 '. 4I li till c' pt Sunday
Foi fui information and leelping car reservatilom salI e-
any Agent Seaboard, or write C. BOYLSTON, Jr. Aita
General Passenger Agent. Ja:ksonville, Florida.
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The, IeNfvmehcik 4''rl ei l' I '' eha' e vr'ce 1th f-, n iihl-t
"NI% A 'A jim cr vi, 11 1 ,1011111 fle't!ce rI- t I 'e.i jre.. *- 1 9' ,cf -bireh~tvllo-re
r. it-I v~r A 'rite,- and '%% her) askurIa loor it 41'our I- A ':nig r:I ;lroadit u chir h luihtp
ik'c'-anif) t tio t11 himtt int hat it nsant fxnis' otectloir liglm ton there me#!hN~1.i of
for-aiuit ant U' pr. --mg ig n Ciliticfin. high flli.awte e'Thc'.* IIAA*% v'wt~a orCnly
sa-4 aefie'letcebylhlvthe' latmtein the' tri.. I tl,#.' nauis'4nf R f#-* rontino'ilt rni trolod
ct( the. (oole rM A t i- Sh.arp e ic' ite %t*II f,,.w, tici11io f netri-r-. sa y s 'Thq Hon
Ivg! lawrt was ao.nitile' Ji iry I11a vi .or eMalI W,101te. hilt aricore'em''9'.fbtiu1.r
("Iltet-it thfe'as-iii.eIce a it t t ate A I Is?!l,- :,n!. m-'f lkiuccnw ni-n lit h ~i
andc (roatiix ca ie ult, ofi#'" r113' ''1tifillioni'e ci vAtl:re
The' Nej~ir!t I l..twlrie,ark thiis qu et-: "'' f"t-c k- (of tilItoiieerT.,1 r l:ltqA'el%
#It 41 q'41t111111 lit -. '. Wc.' ere- ri- u e %4.1: *'~ '''o i A. ci'e' l.'ti ir A, iet .I.. tii
t'a Alei- it at it giecici Mr. K. r: f''r t,ee Kfim -Nn to the' 'tilleliv. figiir- :-, :'cc 1if
i'teltiia So :iatcer-t,ip.. h~jt vs-Y -till 'arie- tI-ha.. ,ee ;11at41 th I- i' TI'1
c-ci #.I tt ,)-i ti ccav i.4 eo;ltthat the, rut. r, qof eir r0:reta I'


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THI DAILY SUN: BAINESVILI E, FLORID'. JANUARY 27. 190l


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-W d
y 4 te ftwe

AAgricultu'al Dx
Owe tedwwe matdwithkin
of the city. In
buw so ny tbhing
we n tbeini 9e we emit
w da am In fewingms mer-


OtSm ad ms.
s ma t ltga..
. e .


al erl dwo-
wed ks

bef Markets..
b~.S ab vhie.

To i a ees syst.

dge berwdas edes.
Tm t rdie sho ,s.


Ono cbristias che.ur.
TWO seam laadries.
Tm Advent churches.
One daal ly newspaper
Tw hadware stores.

Three furniture stores.
0e Ces steOag plant.
One weekly newspaper
S.eft dry goods stores.
Three cold drink stands.
One electric light plant.
Three blacksmith ahotp
Three rallsays s*)teus.
Eight benetoleint orders
Two Epijcoial cli'rchet
V'uited states la i ce.
One c'hbe ual latulw .tor)
Thirtueen Sunda)y cbli(M)
Two veterlntarv suiot-oa.
One0 Prtbve'..rat i hu, rt h
Two cigar w r.jr uftu (, ir)t
our real -tat : -
Volui've fi re -1. 1 ,t%;, t
Several i'inI- r t .-.4 -
Tjare Miethodir hi.r ht-
A bra.. halid uizg;axi .:tni
Two photograph gall.r ii
Two Moving picture .hboo
&0 mi-p w sewo*n&*"


TWe lier? m eed sbbes.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One crate sad basket factory.
One Elks' Clab reading room.
Aarkultural Experiment Station.
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmaking establishments.
NaUosial Odd Follows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishments.
FIrst-class s:-werage system. $17T.o"O.
Two of the best hotels in the In-
4elror.
Two wholesale gain and feed
stores.
Two wholeate grocery establish-
Sents.
Water "that baq made OainesvflIe
taaw"
The flnest opera house In the State
outside of Jacksonville.
. A Government building soon tn be
Wreeted to cost when comni-'. d
$100,.00.
carpenters. masons,. plai.terers.
painters. printers, machlnlsts and la-
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets ajid
granolithic sidewalks than any otiu-r
town In the Interior of the State.
An $S5.000 court house built of br- k
and stone- a beautiful structure and
the lawns, flower beds, shrubbery,
Confederate monument, etc.. surroutid.
iag It, make It a most attractive pic-
ture.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
tate Officrs:
Governor-A. W. Gllchrist, Talls
hassee.


Secretary o State-H. Clay
ford, Tallahasee.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom,.
ham..


Craw-
Tall-


.Trasrer-W. V. nott, Tallahas-
mee.


Attorney-Oeneral-Park M.
mell, Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-
McLn, Tallahasste.
Supt. of Public Instruction-W
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-Hun
Harris. Key West.
County Officers:
Clerk 'nl Auditor-S. H. W"!
Galueavllle.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr.
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sheriff-P. 0. Ramsey, Galnesv
County Judge-H. G. Mason, G
wlie.
Tax Aasesor-W. W. Colson. 0
tille.
Tax Coledmtr-W. D. Dict
(WAUeSvtile.
Treasurer-J. DL Matheson. 0
vinUe.
Supervisor Reglstration-J. C
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commlssioners-Johi
Dampler, Chatrman, Hague;
Tow send, Campvllle; J. W.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Tre
0. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Board-R
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn;
Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. 3
Trentoo.
State senator-H. H. UcC
Gainesville.
Members House-Syd L. C
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa I
City O cers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey
City Attorney-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Si
President Geo. K. Broome. 8. J
ett. I. E. Cannon. H. S. Grayv
M. Mizaon. A. L Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E.
loar. Chairman; W. W. Hampton.
tary; H. F. Dutton E. J. Baird,
Vidal.

Some article that is simply "M
way" at your house might, If t
Used, be sold to someone who is
lously looking for 6L
Let a waut ad. negotiate a
for you-of something you don t
for soniething you do.


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PIANO


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CONTEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

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.


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5 5


$3,550.00

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


April 15th, 1909


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Ii; ail!ition to the Piano there will le i-pueil by The Bush Saffo I'Piano Co.,
on a new $41S Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to I.* u*d


as a fir-t or initial iaymnent on i new Howard Piano.


Thet- (due i .w~i~llbe


given ill this Voting eonitv. ats follows, to persons residing in A lachim County:
Tosti obrtceivng dommsle hitodohoed voteadue bAfor ach for....... 211
To the scoudui*tream d ezuhusvte.s aduehMfor each for...... .. $1 75
To dweod sx i esewift ad xthiest ning a douhIforem* fer.... 1


These lue bills may be used by the winners or can I.e for any value they imay see fit, and will be worth their face value upon
chase of one of these new pianos.


to anymore
the pur-


In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize -iailiar in a]! re.pIects there-
to will be given each of those timing.


How and Where to Get

Votes-
The following merchants will give one vote
for every ceit paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainaville Hardware Co.
Phifer rros.
Hyde A Teamh.

Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish.
ments of the merchantst. Klting vote.. atid at The
Bun office. Votes Sent b) mail mubt 1. ldir-ected
to the Voting Contest department of The S i.
Galiheville. Florida.


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*1.25-Three uiCz.'tb. .! rptci...
$2.5O--Siz m-iitba' stibbcriptilun ..........
$5.00- One %seara stihibci ~~lp ..


Fur a club f tivt uzn-ytair ubscr!npt
For a c'tab of ttii blx-ulontal.3subtc-


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Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living I
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by isime reputable
person. to them well kuown.
2. -No employee, attached or relative of the pro
rrletors of the abose-named firms are eligible tO
participate in this coutet. and sill participate is
no muanner.
3. In the event of a mlsunderbtandius between
candidates or others inter.ted illt is conteIL
buch touitroversy may be rt. in, I t tbhe cu-
lu(torr of cot-,*st,. who ali.L Ac I,. tL' .r3wof
Siu; oltl -d to r,'nde- r decil.-Ionr
4 In1 the e% ent a candidate do l."t I- tb-
dilaw fr..in Ihe r.ce h .canduidl:tt.- m, I it
a!. s d to truir-ft r \( t*., to t!. '- I tI 'Ubo
(a.lldtate Ill tlet- l.teat


SUrNS


400 votes
1,000 vote's
. 3,000 votes


. A, A .! 1 1 ) 25.000 votei


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.:200
3.500
30 000
30.000


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'GAIEs V ILE.FLORIDA,OfAN ARY_27. 1909


ITORILS
eo Ceardeer sd
soe 0 Tht.W
man was talk-
to wafMer days on
lMd this tra-
deml C|inatL The
that place wa
S Srved eumetblins
l 2 in cash.
wi- as ezcUr and
Ip ticket for $1I23
lSeU theexact
efr...tance need
When I banded
ea4ctor as be tore
____ he looked at ume
gia lainl bow deeply
mew erted. 'My younS
kM ew that I can at
l machb cheaper than
ar whem in Chbl-
Om eMs me at the enm-
sal, asked me where
-eg fred to sell me a
S"~ket was to Looi
saly going to Indian-
r ame along to
e0 t 1be asked me my
MaE to write one's
liowis the presence of
SI toM him my name
He grinned as he
B itn asked me to look
S t was my name. I
Sme on the ticket was
.' He grinned alalu.
agtclly, but be took
rg I'r.t-.

IORING.
i|Ivs We Aequire W4.;
** CivUiaatM*n-
that no one ever heart'
mvage. In fact. If the
so woods and plalus does
be runs the risk of
by hbi enemy, and
o the snorer would moo)n
omf t his crafty andl utior
adversary. With civ
ever. we have b'hang tl
I laipure air of (or slee''i
bdi es all nianr at ca -
The nasal pIasaige:
it t erome affected. In
ac the lhnailredOl r *',,
6 the lungS ard r( nmovi, .
angerous Im;puritis' wit!'
6biaded the n .' bc><;i'
A part of the ;ilr by the mouth. The "id
Vpjibiotbr I't L veni IhtI \\.
through! the i:. u"! i nr
S pausing Itlhro-i-h lit. I'ar
wvstril II' re :, toni il
Thllper's ,liulh I. ,!r ....
hI s e It l ma>r;! yi v i
ti hin., r 'r lAu 4' !i ..r fro:
r l bet,' ipr,.. .:-lty v :*r:;':.,.,
Frl llm t0:1. qi t :1l,: (I 4 p
dt these ea i* th.* I r',-!
air lf u l .le i:;i r- :;i- ;.a i:
b titluial l r".m. 411 to 4 -,.1T '

amn Vlt, -, 4, ,. .f h1 ; ; te




b actually bad. Som- moth-
ll that all crviaiit ib i)ineEi-
SWhena your baby cries, look
Same external cause; If
a them give the baby
I eam Vermlfuge. as the
lI- t is snfering from worms
I It hungry and cross all
SPleasiant to take---sure In '
/ Price ti cents. Sold by

| a( Him In Writing. .
"U tut of the w:'I Ie
I 1 | I~ii! Up' odii 0 llht I'
lbte old l;i,!.\ <',,t r.e t1 v l
I Bills full Now. the tourist
I beat. a hit h fact het' took
UIbbp, uiii lN the ,oll l.ad t'-
Blatru< ti|*I, to ilk' hiltus


44010ed bc ft..mja.I il i t.to( li
Sf utPprIf't1% had s n'~'iut.der
a @lIp of a':ai'e.'r 4111 liltb was~j



"No II'usband'asBusiness.
8" iur iia~ t' m i lith te. jc.f lot
ai5.te'r lvciAarl g~jhldi.*.I%%i i'
~INNUM ujpror i14.%,. ~'' .-A% 04
% amud riin ct t4,f*arli
1w i 't b.t 14


4"'t k* but'. ai- ic
11 10 "jol~dt' c r. i -e b
* ku 1- 141 r hr


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Most children eat too much,
overtax the digestion, get
thin, weak. languid, stop
growing-that's malnutrition
or non-digestion of food.


Scott's Eulsion
has helped countless thous-
ands in this condition. It is
both nourishment and
medicine-a most powerful
aid to digestion.
A small dose three times a
day will work wonders.
but be sure to get Seost'..

low #a UNA R swume Waftwo amd a1
coIN! semum and ee s so a
ImIWwr Isift WOmW.Inra :

A One Sided Cenplain.
"Thi0 Is the serenteenth time I've
seen you twft)re me In the dock." said
a magistrate. looking at a prisoner
sternly.
"Yes. For eight years now I've seeM
you sitting In tw- chair. but I've nerer
thought of complaining about It!" re-
plied the prisoner reproacbtully.-Lon-
don Telegraph.
Mixed Praise.
Customer-Why. I thought you call-
ed him "the colt ?" Ostler--ure, yer
honor. and that's the name be's bad
fur the last twenty years. and he
:"-km to It like a n'pectahle baste.
the Innw as ynrmIf.--London Punch.
ThNw She'll Tell You.
"Tell me." said the l rehick youth.
"what'* the :t--t way to find out what
a womIni think of you."
"Marry htr." reilledt Peckham
promptly -Vhlhl:(dlphla IPress.
The Cause.
Wife-Whtt wnas the matter? I
thought you would break down the
house. Husband -1 dreamed I was
trying to put on my clothes In the up-
per berth of a Pullman.-IAfe.
More than 4.00.000 persons Iving
ln 300 cIttie obtain water for donmetie
and Industrial purposes from tbe great


0E. W. UVENmPT


runer n4 Rebuilder
, t.-'i at.-'. I',. -f *.... t ni. ,iniy and All
%V* irk ina'amt'.


Aeiad!m.'p:
OIA INF.%%'I LLF.
FLA.


Breads, Cakes and

*Pies, -,

Having repiairl and renovated our
Bakery, we art now prepami to give
you excellent servior. Ilav.- our **t.
gon stop at your door every morning.

I KESTONE BAKERT


R. T. SclIafer, Prop.


Away
Abooe

Everything!


Phone 1l~5


WOOOCRAFT.
Methods of Canadian Iniienne In Trav-

A Candian I..ilan. states a contes-
por.ry. Bever I Pe hs wayn In the
wmids., etlng al mays able t, fnd hbl
him andW la|to 1*.netrate f .r e tssthat da
be has never s.n if only another In- ChaI of Hft. It is at ti Ut m I that the bI%
dian shows hlm the gsb ral couarm In
a rmb draft O* a o plft eof bark. effect of taking Ordl is most apprelated, th
Indiam display marked ability In
commnlca-tln with one .notwr In the who nd that it reliv their distress.
woods They tielsrapb by means of
smoke. and It It astonishing how far
off they ea scenmt tt-alway a long
time before tbe en we I or could *r
bear a sound from Its tic(nlty. If they
Pepect to be followed by @no(her party
they stick a piece of woed In the
oaund on a portage, smlantin It In the
direction n wbirh they are trarel4tB.
Thors who fad It will know by the d- i
green of lncllnatlo whether they who n l o
planted It ar travellaf barriedly or
If It be tn namer.. a s. n bough or Mrs. Lcida C. Hill, of Preeland, O., t
pae of a shreb fastened to the "Before I egan to take 8dul, I stuffed aso bl d
stake, and by the extentt to whbleb t
has bom withered those who Ad It I w afraid to lie down at n t Aft I be t
will know wb it was placed them. Inks itIfeltbetterlnaweek..Now my I bhum
It a bIater, as y often hmapeasb "..
to ak* a detour or to r-nain h!nd g I sleep like a gir Of 16 ad the
his squaw in sereb of game she will of nearly left me." TryC
nit'alrsl tIndlate tthe rrue hl. hi-
taken by sticks placed In the ground. AT ALL DRUG
to which she hMis tttaced a smett p'r
tion of her skirt.


CASTORIA
no bohas aaM aik

De"a th.
Bgnature o
---<-+
Hoew the Culprit Was Detested.
Of a ertainal Urrw master whom
Mr. Tollein.lhe In lthIq rmrttilmAwen
refers to as Mr V tht f,-ll iq told. ir Vannhnn w-a master of
Harrow at the time:
**"Mr. Y.-I .m s try. Dr. Vaughan.
to bave to re'!('rt too you two of your
flOuilto r f,,r lrDtrinh )r. V. -This I1
a tr.v ,'*rl'-.us h-'ir4-e. When and
where didl it hbape'n Mr. Y.-This
afternoon In n pulHbl- hloue In Pinner.
lor. V.--Ild ye u enth them flagrante
dell-t,,? tMr Y.-No. lIr Vnughnn. I
was In my situly. Ifr. V.-But surely
you ennnot possibly haTe seen from
.rour study to Prnner? Mr. Y.-I hare#
i .:ro:- t., ,. or V.tuLtan. Dr ,
V. -rut ho,' a ll y,.n tell that it was
n(,t winter they were drinking? Mr. T.
It wa.. ..a uid water. I notIced a
itsuirui. t of augar at the bottom of
their 1ldI.e
between Tears and Laughter.
*"to ou eter think. GCeorce. dear."
.nikd se.. c::d hlir ,voi.e wa soft aid
1l.w. as Itfitted the perft'-t I feuty of
ic nl- hlt. "'d" yu ever think *how
l..se!y true lippiness is allied with
"1 d nW't Ilhletoe I ever do." admitted
;te r4e' d..ir. "'hiat I ai!l. If you like."
"W .("-.1" 4'lUi" t\\ oi l pIzihlhI i)f lu to
lis fta e. anid her lips were very clou-
t Lit. "'vhe.ii oer I. ruly and wholly
hip ;. ;racn:e. d.-'r. there' Is but little
l, i) ve a shileh aind a lear."
-**Weil. thal's u fact." aiisented
George dear. "But I never thought of
It before. After all. there's nothing
but the nose."-London Answers.

securee a tenant for that vacant
room through a classified ad. In


This Coupon Not Good After January 30, 190|

Bush& Saford The Gainevie S

PIANO CONTEST


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This Couom mn.tmy th* rnrt at
acted with tie contest.


The Fay4Ihele Vielbi.


TIw lnn offw~ or at either of the i slC
NOT GOOD AFTER JANUARY I liA
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Send your orders for Job Printing to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


IF YOU WANT THE BEST DRINK









FOUR FULL QUARTS, 55.00
EXPRESS PREPAID


WE WILL SHIP


FINE BLENDED WHISKIES
Paul J,, ci 4 ,u.art ....---..$5.00
I. a-' 66, 4 uarts--.....--. 5.00
hunter, 4 urt---.....-- 5.00
II ari r. 4 .;:rt- ........- 500
1i r;i;.- 4 art. 5.00


CaibrJc Tcnncuace, 4 '(it -
SI~ ~ !.. ~ .1 -, 4 .r ..


5.00
2.75


-S I"I ,: t.*~ I-.! f ic.6t..4.00


oil.'c


YOU EXPRESS


CORN WHISKIES
Bhum's Old KReerve
Tcnne.te C,,rni, 4 <,idart, ..4.00
P'urc %White t( .,rn, 4 .rt,. 3.00
Il.ak and lie C.orni. 4 ,t- 3.00
tr\ .t ,('riin, 4 iua.rts 3.50
rUftau l Vaiik) C rn. 4 ,,t-. 3.50


CHARGES


BULK CORN
I'Per Cal
North ('.a l' ------. r ....$2.25
M. it.i ...- -------....- 2.50
i, 3,..... I t ., ( 11 .. ... 3.00
11 r ------..- 350
1 I rn.. -. 3.0


CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517-519 W. Bay St. -* Jacksonville, floridd


PAID


BULK WNI5KIU5
Expre" Paid Per GAL
Sunny bIlirk,69 yealrb Old .-".
o Vur 'f k llvi-----------SUP
6f) ficacild -b n- ---- La
A:, ['Ila-----o
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THilE DAIY iS'N: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA..IANFARY 27. 1909


gbo od"Ehow dimt


ares wholesome and delft
CdoUs food for every day



M WAm


MDm

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iW U4NERAL INTERlEST
gV SUN REPORTERS.

Noppnoed and What Is Go-
gppen-Personal and
Mems of the City.

Mml ticket at Rutherford's

I you can. What? The

otoe of Newlerry was a vis-
lty yesterday.
WdV of Alachua 'as a visit-
d y yesterday.
ileuc left yesterday for a
to Jackson' ille.
aW eoysters, day and night
's Restaurant.
Ianoll of t'ly.ttt's statil was
Is the city yesterday .
*ba usual this week are the
i qt the Eletr k Theatre
LWkasfa of Waldo ar .grettling
p iln the city yesterday
bM a planter of LaCrosse.
t- visitors to Gainemville

I~L. Waldo, the dentist. loft
r tor a business trip to Jack-
k Me will retuiru Thursday.


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J. R. Boring of Waldo was here ou
buslnes matters Tuesday.
C. L. Thigpin of Waldo was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
special attentom paid to ladies
trade at Rutherford's RestaurantL
o how to compare with the mov-
ing pictures at the Elec.ic Theatre.
G. W. Miller of Treutom was amoug
the West Enders In the city Tuesday.
Miss Dona Ford of Melrose is ina the
city visiting the family of J A. Mal-
phurs.
Capt. H. C Parker of Latrone was
trant-acting business In Lie city yes-
terday.
Moral and educational are the mov-
Ing pictures shown at the Electric
Theatre.
Geo. 1. Doig was a visitor to Starke
yesterday, bhasiug been called there on
husillebes.
J. R. Willis. an attorney 6f Bronson,
was transacting business in the city
yesterday.
Mir and Mrs. A. L. Glass left yea.
terda) for a short tait to the State
netroi'olis.
F. 13. Godfrey, cashier of the Bank
of Alachua, was a busine-ss visitor to
the city yesterday.
:s sa Ludia Holder of Santa Fe is
anioug the visitors to the city. the
gu-est of Mrs. J. L Kelley.
II. W. Waits, of the Tampa & Jack-
-onsille railway offices, has gone to
Jacksonville on a business trip.
W. T. Zetrouer left last night for
Archer, where he *ili be employed
for some time on a brick contract.
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2:c. Sold by W. M. Jolnson.
Pure apple cider delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Froacisoo. Phone 223.
C C. Struloknd of HIgw and D. F.
Connerly of LaCrosset were two repre-
aentatihe citizens visiting the county
capital oud Monda).
Mrs A. T. Kelley of Prairie Creek
l.uAed through the. city ye-sterday en
c ,,,. to Hague. here she will visit
her si.ter. Mrs. BkkAI man. fr a short


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--, ur- er or. -uM- Vs, hilt. Fischer, Ivers a Pend and other lead-
l, ru* o.eItff. lt.t I- ntm1)*. F. S. Curl of Archer was in the city ing makes of pianos sold by me for
14W exquiite.l) favored blocha yesterday. He states that Arobher e cak or a laMtalament ph a. ee me
tat ha alln hoIJ.S 1itiat PItis now putting on style. as niany im. before buying. W. L. Hill, Opers
1tad al)l .l.'a. i: ., those<-' e i ,) roveni-.ts are bebig made around House Ijuildiug.
'ilt "'tht tir.-l -t..hlim c H" thl P. Hester of Williston was among
I 1el%,b 1 ,o.r t:. h gr;adi There is nothing more refreJshin the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
-** i ,, :,- 1..-.1 .,'l ,- r"t than a glass of pare apple cider. I Ni. is mayor of that flourishing town
MStes a. i.ck I. I firsn iel it for 6 costs a glass or one dol-6and reports that the "boys" have bees
m1tss of the. world lar Ier gallon. N. Francisco. e'xcediaisly o NOgRS A EARLE. I re'-itis ternsmeunta


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fi'l .e!i .%1*61ue.1. [orapoF N wjIlut~imtie.11r
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tandchildre-n &a it ceeitotalw, i0, ewit-o
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'DIRECTORS:

Dr. M. H. DePass J. L. Medlin W. R. Steckert
T. W. Stands Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Faireloth

Tr hsm h YOO--Nd LmlOFI"


SCOND DAY OF CONfRSmNCL. 3 1 BWA
II* lU^r


A. I) '.MIeEahln. J. K. Itlin ani A
(;G. Fletch, r of Meredith station we re
aniang the visitors to the city yester-
day.
Prof. G. M. Lynch left yesterday for
Melrose. where he goes to lay an of-
ficlal visit to the high school at that
place.
Mac Summerlin left yesterday for
his old home at Adel. Ga.. where he
%111 spend a few days visiting rela-
tives.
Mrs. W. H. Powell of Archer was
among the visitors to the city Mon-
day. While here she was the guest of
friends.
Excurion to Cuba January 30th.
Round trip Tampa to Havana. 3050.0.
Call on or write Andrews Trading Co..
Gainesville.
If your suialt doesn't fit 1 can make
It ft; if it is dirty, torn. or ripped. I
can clean and repair it. Chas. Ellis,
223 W. Main street.
T. K. Hall of Leesburg, who has
been in the city for the past few days
visiting the family of Dr. J. T. Hall.
returned to his home yesterday.
Mrs. C. H. Breedlove, who has been
visiting in the city for some time as
a guest of Mrs. J. E. Waugh, returned
to her home at Ocala yesterday.
Miss Madge Olistead of Alachua.
who has been In the city for the past
week as the guest of Mrs. G. B. Tison.
returned to her home yesterday.
Saunders & Earle in a new ad. in
this Issue suggest a trial of their
specially selected coffees and teas.
They guarantee entire satisfaction.
Mrs. 8. II. Phifer of High Springs.
who has been visiting In the city for
thb past few days as the guest of Mrs.
M. It. Saunders, returned to her home
yesterday.
A. J. DaCosta left yesterday for
Newberry. where he goes to inspect
some lands for parties interested In a
phosphate deal that is now on for that
busding town.
J. A. Williams of Cedar Key is
awong the visitors to Galnesville. He
is attorney In several cases which will
be heard before Judge H. G. Mason
the prubent seek.
P. E. Pournell of Fort White. a form-
er resident of this city Is among the
visitors here. He will be kindly re-
zuembered and .gladly welcomed by
all his old-time friends.
Roland and Wade Tbomas and
Frank McDavid were among the
visitors to the city yesterday. They
were form the Monteocha section and
report rain badly needed by the farm-
ers there.
Suits altered accurately and prompt-
ly by a tailor who understand his
buslmn Alsao fine claesaing and re-
Wilring done on short notice. All
wprk puaraast Qbaa, I 33 W.

We receive two shipments a week
and arn 0ote agents for Oswald Ja-egr's
faems M tJaukee rye bread. Small
loaf. 15 cents; large, 25 cents. Try
se.. it's delicious and healthfuL
!(riwni House
Chlckerlng. Knabe, Mathushek.


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mist aikem hfr IAs= town a Sol"
words Umb a Mae; as mma eme3s o
may word evar eao s es
ma addit&esal Uins. CASH if adm


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Large COe-nregstion Present at Meet-
agse of Woerers
The second day's work of the Flor-
ida Winter Bible Conferemee, which
is now being held at the Tabernacle
in this city. was attended by large
crowds from the city. as well as a
number of visitors.
The Bible study which is engaged
in every morning at 10 o'clock Is prov-
ing most Interesting. and large num-
hers can be seen with their Bibles at-
tending these meetings for the good
that will be accomplished. The Young
People's work is attracting consider-
able attention and much gad will be
accomplished from this special course.
Work along the same lines will be
followed up today, and as many of
the citizens as possible are urged to
be present and assiat in the meetings.

Will Play in Mieaepny.
Theo Hudgins returned yesterday
from Micanopy, where he weat for the
purpose of making final arraagei mnts
to place "Charley's Aunt" oa there r
a benefit performance. The company
will be accompanied by the Gaine-
vlille orchestra. who go down to frw-
iab music for a big ball as well as the
show.
St-: Sprinkler at Work.
The a!* rance of the street sprink
ler ysat.,ky ty as a source of much
pleasure t tlie large army of people
who are c 'apelled to be on the streets,
and re.' .n. ar.iund the square aLuri,
tn Keep the good wa rk tl,.

: .-klipr of Archer was a vlsi or
to ta.. tlle Monday aid while here
took adsdntage of hin visit sad had
his name enrolled upou the subscritp
tion list of The Sun.
D. r. Graham and wife of Piedmont.
W. Va., arrived in the city yesterday
and will spend some time here as the
,,A. .- of his brother's family, Capt.
James M. Graham. They were ac-
companied by their little son. Paul.
You wo' not delay taking Foley's
Kidney R,'-nedy at the first sign of
kidney oi bladder trouble if you rea-
lised that neglect might remit In
Drtght's disease or diabetes. Poley',
Kidney Remedy corrects Irregulari-
ties and cure* all kidney and bladder
disord r.i J. W. McCollum & Co.
] :- E. Cline. veterinary sur|go,.
has ui -'ied offices at Crawford &
l)avis' stables and solicits a share of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College and
is here to practice his profeiuonu
Calls answered day or night. Horse
deniultry. cattle and dogs all receive.
prompt a 'mathsi


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few weeks reuatred; best paF
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can have shop with maUl apil;
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