Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01560
 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 28, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01560
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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Killed His Companion

WALDO, Jan. L .-Albert Atwater
i Sin able to be up trom the effects
Sofm as aedeal S mehot wound re.
oevod at his ova haads somoetie ago.
0. W. lgWarhMeuah is in the lead ito
t pr.ed.etis and sale of strawbtr.
ti. havtg reaMaed $4 and $ a crate
of thrty4two arts. The bkwrr> is
behlty aad eutra large
Mrs. W. B. MCals has returned to
Tampa. after a visit o( sanie t **'-k to
relatives here and at Starke.
J. B. Davis would basme lut a anie
brood mare. but for the tiJlW)r attend
asee of a veterinarian from tGalune

r ia Doalden toI
*tw iues eat of town
S a case of appendicitb

Work om the new brick building for
C. D. Wood at Archer has already
been commesed and Coutretor
Dempsey expect to ri the building
through without delay.
The Art cougnm mei t of briok, e-
aisting of two urtleds, ha already
arrived and amase were started ea
this part of the work Wedneeday
morinat. The gang of carpenters
have been at work all of the week
rushing the building along as fast as
As has already been stated, the
building will be put up near the depot
and it to said that this section Is fast
building up and the business part of
the town will eventually be moved to
near the depot.
Besides this big building now going
up there are several other vast Im-
provements in contemplation In that
place, which Includes more brick
store buildings, and in all Archer has
a move on her for the coming year
that wll surprise the people gener-


- m o wih his e other railroad

V Mr. is working with Mr.
N .mW ar in thi matter it is
tha that bhe b ve that in the
_n-ng- ladWstrial beoom laI the
.k, arulm-- wIB be In a peolteo
*m do mr aOr t seaboard than any
t r -ia orW lart. Harriman has
oa a.. ..oom trying to ot into
o rllmmead G lin th oest, and the
..b -w .... o abt the osly oub r-
tut tbt is nop to him.
The Southera railway is Irmly In
the bhads of the Morgna people, is
Adtaate Cost Lime and Louisville &
Nalvte. while entrol of the Chea-
peae and Ohio ad Norfolk ad West.
e ra nds are n o irmly anchored that
nat eves the genius of Mr. Harriman
In settnlg what he wants can change
their controL
About two or three years ago when
the wneraesh of the Central of Geor-
gli was Seatlai about Mr. Harriman
S ly ot comtrl of that property
and'aside from hi ownership of the
llUaos Ceatral. this was his first
atop itad the South proper. He is
sppened to have oft control aof ome
et raIlway umes t Augusta uad
Alem at about the Ume time.
vi]mon in8bus. n
Mr. HarUmas is lew In the Soath
looeeking over the raineAl sitastlon In
that seetUmI eldtoelly talking
ewar 0 s1 with sth s stock-
IA e of the s oar U It he gets
oeomtl of that railroad. It is uader-
osed. arrasmemw i have already
beM adoe for discharging the reeelv-
mo, retirta the receivers' eortlcates.
~whM have beeo iseed la rather
mrge ammots, and anancing the road
so tha It wil oos be able to take
a commanding position in the trans-
portation word of the South.
While the read never has been con-
sidered a heavy carrier of freight, yet
It goen to the very centers of the
freight distrboutio Ia the South and
with its Westera ceoaection can read-
ily be made a through line for freight
from the the West to Baltimore. Phila-
delphIa aad New York over the Penn-
sylvaals and to Norfolk direct over
its own roadbed.
Then *equisitti of the road would
give Mr. Harriman what he has long
desired. a direct outlet for frolght
to the Atlantic seaboard. Under
his ownership plans would be
made for making Norfolk one of the
Wreath grain shipping ports of the
United States.

den He was one of the old.-r clil-
is contemplated later He hat had l)r lens. and usu much e-rte'eme-d by all
Pierce of this place and lDr lhPass who knew him 11i. had long bt-na
and McKlnstry of Gaines*ille att-end identified ith the S A I. Railroad
lag him in one capacity or amiothler and wasn
A son of Felix Englih accld.'iutall) in the- road whienu take-n by hli. la.-t
shot another colored ho). a soAn of illnm...- ;aid lbrughtuli hoire iiiten<)li.-.
'heatham., faith a shotsun oiln Satr- it- fuhe.-;al wa large I tatt.inle-t tih.
da) evenilig. from thich tat latter ..tt ic.a >.-i0,a 'K >iclIute i, l ;at Iit.-
di*e In a f t m inil. i., I ., r I

Tao additional to-scehrso SMaim aisua.%
Poolae Amid 11101bWbr-C, ham.' her-ta a,.
P-tguelod to our pubick- rb~xllki he' in
-,rt-aated .At~~ot eidame tmiakinag t hui t-mriie
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TALLAHAB8EE. Fla., Jan. 27.-
Islaih r. Cooper has beW commted
to life tmprisonment by bhe Board of
Pardons of Florida. Tb# Cooper etpe
to oNe whieh has wolkno-a
throughout the count, beame he
holds the distinction havin had
three death warrants d for him
and then revoked by the Governors
vwho iHued them.
Cooper was eon leted of killing J.
H. Bowman. the town marshal of
Punta Gorda. and has been in the De-
doto county jail at Arcadia since his
conviction. The case was one of the
most stubbornly fought ever recorded
in the State of Florida. There was a
reinvestigatlon by the grand Jury, but
this was without result so far as
Cooper % at concerned
Governor Hung in EIfWy.
GC.einor Jennlngs. who preceded
Goveli or Prov .rC,( in o.T'lc. issued the
flrst warr .1. da.-:th, but this
was with. .t a few imliiu.-t.
fore the .;i n of the doonimd mnT
The fee" : against Coo1wr was r--
intense thb:t the Governor was hnp*- '
In effigy V at night at Punta Gorda.
Twice during his administration o'
four years did Governor Iroward I--
su' '- .th warrants for Coolwr. I ut
tv "il 1o did he withdraw th, w- t-

rant. becau. lotf u ref
him from anoprmlbus sorWea
that Cooper was not the solf
sad lait some day the truth
,tine out. Under the
the Governor was impelled to
the execution of the death s.
GikerI4 Wites fta TrI.L
Gov. Ollchrlst is the third
to sit on Cooper's case. Oov. i
Is himself from the county of
were the crime was comaMtis. a
was a witness In the case. The a
tUon of the Board of Pardons yeas
day was not unexpected. lme g
long incarceration of Cooper t
derstood that public sentiment
him has changed conideraMr.
the action of the board will prel
meet with general approval.
board paused the following ruhagH
commuting bhi sentence to life
onment: ***.,. -.tgeg
"Whereas. Islah E. Cooper w t
evicted In 1904 of murder and ih
In Arcadia jail under seaft-um
d, ath for five years, and
Whereas. two former Govwewa
&ve declined to have death wsnub
i -ecuted. the Pardon Board dMl
'l'- spubstantlil justice will be
.i. bv commutation of seatease
t .nridonmtnt for life."
The sentence was coMlMuted.

Talesman Sent Word To

Judge to Go to the

NASH ILLE. Tenn.. Jan. 27. \VWhn
the second venire of five hundred
talesmen was exhausted yesterday
without the completion of the Jury to
try Col. Duncan Cooper. Robin Coop-
er and John D. Sharpe for the slaying
of former Senator X. W. Carmack.
Judge Hart announced that be would
devote today to the hearing of
charges against Jurors Leigh and
Jackson. Meantime he drew another
venire of five hundred names and the
sheriff s summoning them for service
Just before court adjourned yester-
day afternoon the State filed charges
against Juror H. C. Jackson. claiming
that he was incompetent because he
was an habitual drunkard. The State
has been trying since last week to get
a hearing on the charges against
Juror J 8. IAigb and its witnesses
were. summonedd to alqwar today.
when both caM's will be gone into.

Hadn't Heard of the Killing.
There are now nine men In the box
with charge against two of them
The failure of counsel to complete the
juti v friomu th. firbt thousand talesme.n.
tog-detihr with the- fact that the nuniutwr
of tho ailr-uadl) m-lected Imay bt- re
dued -i li t he. court. imnake-' it extrein.me
I i rr,;balhle- that thi tw. s, ienit u n ill
e*" s'sorn in t)l -frr.- nt,< fj lo Ii i \t

II I' Jat' u Il.ack-mith *t *
.*ar-.- old, ,v' lla.en Ill tihe cou itl i
ha2, nott re;: .a! .ai-r for twte-itl. eight
%.Lars and h.,il le ard t'aruia k %a-
d. ad he- thEUit Ltf It tu. ,auKerl)i .1

to capital punishment. was
as juror No. 9.
"Tell Judge to Go to the Dew* I
G. W. Ketber. one of the tal.
when summoned, said:
"Tell the Judge to go to the dAM I
am too busy to serve as a JurA "
The officer who served hil MenU
to Judge Hart and Kelber was ii
"Sit down over there," amid
court. "1 won't send you to the
right away, but I'll send yes -10
place else after awhile." F. N. U
was willing to sit o the JWy7.
though he was a friend of JOW
Sharlw. one of the defendaaM t
two years ago. he would not vtm I
"Bince then." he said. "r
Paul' writings. and he ast 1
nit yourselmes to all autbhorM
ordinances that be over ye.' o Il
Ilet, the la% i authority "
'You would like- to get 6f,
qulre.d .1Id(lge AtAder.M)on of the A 'a
I sho" would "
"Thi-in se will obligt<' yO,-
aside.' -"
The' l* harilng today" th
to thie" two jurors L.i siI land Ji l
l.rirci i--' to b i ti re.t-lng

1 fig c' ia rt iea Pe't A*-d i(.i -r to

to t i 1 lf i l ,ii-~*t III% 1t111-t *bhie~
ll~g -k clllictaplued i4 ijurorI

Attention. tone ll C*mp!

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Youg People Have a Very Delightful
Another of those highly enjoyable
dances was given k-\ Micanopy peo-
pie at Feaster's Opera House on Wed-
needay evenlag which did much to
eamivel the place for the large num-
ber of visitors now stopping there.
The Galnesville Orchestra was en-
gaged to furnish the music on this
occasion, and this part of the eVeL-
Ing's amusement was all that could
be desired.
This s only another of these so-
clety events which the young folk-
have clubbed in to have the necessary
amusement and pastime during the
winter months, and they are meeting
with the highest commendation from
all of the young ladies for whose bene-
At they are given.
Besides the visitors from McIntosh.
Boardman. Evinaton and other points
a large number of Gainesville young
ladies attended.

sonville are visiting her parents, Rev.
and Mrs. D. L Branning.
Rev. William Pugh is out agaln,. but
continues quite weak and does not
recuperate fast since his illness.
Cards are out announcing the mar-
riage of Miss Ethel Laurine Jolly and
Mr William B. Harvard on February
2. at the Methodist church. Miss Jolly
ti one of our mot charming young
ladies a daughter of Dr Andrew and
Mrs. Ella Jolly. and Mr. Harvard is
a prominent business man of Live
Mr Jioeph Winter died on Sundays
after a second attack aintilar to the
first which occurred months ago lie
had a complication of coml|laints.
Hlls death. however, was rather sud-

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Immediately. 10c. 25c and 0c at drug

Will Build Club House.
John D) Struuk. Frank Coller and
John He-rb fount a party of Reading
Pas. folks that ore now tlivitiing the
city and enjo) lug the flue fleahhizg and
buntinag in thimpill chilt) .1On We-dtil.-
day. in t-oulatany th C l. 9(kate'i
anud Dolph Ctiaantim-rlamu.thv. a .ii.t ila
(lit onl WaubtMrig Lake a livre- Ih#% w
Vt'e-et It l ii c(Scit'! a las large. at eatI.r ci
lilt- finuaa triIM- I'll.-% lilt- (o %iI
that alv% 1116%4 iu. 8 1411 44t I d.' 41 i tt I Ie-t I
A Vclub b1011m kil i lt 01,11~nt 1, 1 111 t h
.4161t tatkqe it., 11 11e ~ i tA I %

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AsWn in d I1 nd 11 f1

A dsee B Get quees l whem So.
etbe a PS I a s, "are yir bew-
-" sr Me h ews that latety.
SpPer e at moftlaes Is ateaNded
Wfth atefve bee@o sad torpid liver
wth a ms poas ne waste matter
whstek Sarmllyr accumulate sand
hk =M be removed through the
lbei beeT health can be restored
iN dimnary pills mad eatharticp
am be IRItr ted to dyramlte.
StS ir W eIN bnk irritaUing "am
a aee a pasae thregh the bew-.
a, amms ps maMd damage to the
dete eth l, o amaturm which
mb .O whobdle sytem. and at
e"t somutPiuee Imorary rolf
1iW repold m of esuh treatmets
m hdol* krM1Im tof the steome
aNk Md Mk h adea their tme.
eadeam W or erve, etsIas t**Itr
a M" bremerlly b about
m lWs habat whkekh sometimes
bia OIl MeW im .
We ae aa pi rve, pleemat and
0 rom a e *b etIB*pam mae
bewdla4dtor tIn gmeraL We are so
0- ey ofa ft gratcu native value
W wm on to re tm the pur-
a i ma every eseo whom It
tdb to9proe S4 tanertile and 1
tb Elmdy IS sald molU Corder.
ef We uae youto try them st our
ondi risk
RSal Ordueles are very pleasant
to hlb, they act quietly and have a
eoml tem th0 ag, healing In-
Tmehee oe the satire intestinal tract
T 6do met parge. gripe. cause
J.es. Satuleaeen. excessive looseness.
diarhboa or other annoying effects
without say ievelece.
heMi BOrderies overeome the drug.
amg habit loand e constipation and
ae simlter aiments. whether acute
or ehbroil. They are especially good
for chfldrea, week persons or old
AtOs Priee, f6 tablets. t and 12
tablets, ece. J. W. Meaollum & Co..
eeawr ~ Mai aad Ue ona streets.

Sn I
tPer Yea v wCoule In Jo Fn e e.
Seetaise *a Wedeei ht.
Mr. Wilam T. and l Miss M in.
i sMawl were happbtl married sat
the hee aof the bride's parents at
Abehes m Wedaseday aftrnoeam at 1
oeek. the Rev. Prkerof that phmce
The bema of he brlo. Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Shawl, had bees metly decorated
of the contract lag parties were prer
at to wish ts happiness through
their married lo. An elegant ditier
Sa Served ohllowlna the ceremony., af-
der whele the bride and groom left
for their future hom in this city.
Mr. Oill has been a resident of
Goalesville for the past two years, be-
Ing cometed with the Southern Ex-
,rees Comapany In the capacity of
cashier, and has made a host of
freuds in the city who extend to him
Thbride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs ShawL and by her sweet
dlspoeitlon has made a host of friends
both here and at Alachna who wish
Ier much joy and happiness through
out her wedded life.
They will be at home in this city at

Hicks' CAPU DINE is the best reme.-
dy-relieves the aching and feverish
s -cure. the cold and restores
normal conditions. It's llquid-e-ffectt


You Will Never Have It as Long as
You Mave Dyspapsia.
Just as long as you have dylK'peias
your food will not properly digest, and
the nutritious elements in the food
will not be extracted or absorbed, and
impoverished or watery blood will fol-
This condition may not be appar-
ent at first, but it will come just as
sure as the sun will rlne again.
Any stomab'h ailment. lucludi:g :i!'
forms of indigestion. can be prompt-
ly cured by using Mli-o-na tablets. a
acki tific tr atuient unsurpassed.
It tlops fermn'ettation. N-| ga; and taHit of tour food ailmnost at

The mighty Ipower
vigurate and re.-tore
|wrfect condition is

of Ml-o-ia to in
the stomach to
known every-

Nl4 t ia v urvt*- b% lIuiltiltig ull j
buAaidbiag tit. c(aO Itim.Frthainptfi h-It.j
tab1 a grteat flta.la lbuildlr. btecauhte it
%*AUbeMIthe te)[iiaCh t i~t' woUlrt- 111(
p'urerT nutri? imn to iii. IlomJmt. It cur-i.
,%i azid car a..icketp, .. andl % ollithizi
(if jprt-Ilt.mc% ~as PAin j Iit-im-1% Az I J
Wi shdil lu iii& (Co I %141 .ia (,or
c,4 e ''i a larlo' Imt ixi ;md g~hra:ltiet*

CrosaJid6cusc ad COW, or'

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Vry IereeIfnaI Prram ftr This
Morning and vwen g.
The crowds attedina the Bable
Cotferene mew a Isesson at the Tab
emacle me to be luereast and
muh Intereet is manifested ain the
ad work bes carried on there by
eapeIeaeed workers In the cause of
More out-f-town people are also at.
tending these meeting, and It is ex-
pected that even more visitor, will
be here by ext Sunday.whic w will
close the Art week of the moetins.
The Bible hbor this morning will
be conducted as casual by Rev. George
I. GOIlle. whose beautifully spiritual
laterpretatlons of the scriptures are
woderfally helping those who attend
His subJect for this morning will be
"The Prseent Work of Christ
Mediator." In the afternoon ad oer -
a there wll be two addreeer on
Sunday school work by Rev /. C.
Leadderam of New York. h Lrauer
bam is a man who thor ury knows
his subject, having boelo, Ar ve years
chairman of the unday School Coam-
mImeIem of Westero Man tebasett and
for the past two years a member of
the New York BSuday School Comamis-
slos, and to charge et the great Sun-
day school of St. Agnes Chapel in
that city. His subject In the afternoon
will be "The Child and the Curl-
clum." and to the evening "The
Awkward Age." Every Sunday school
teacher and offer to the city, and
every parent ought to hear these
talks and examine the display of Sun-
day school materials which Dr. Lauder
barn has brought with him to exempli-
fy the various methods of instruction
and organization.

Scloethio Spanking
Consists to punishment only wbese
a child isto actually bad. Some moth
rs think that all crying is badnese-
it's not When your baby cries, look
for pins or some external cause; If
yoe can't ond them give the baby
White's Cream Vermiafuge. as the
ebaness are it Is suffering from worm
which keep it hungry and cross all
the time. Pleasant to take-ure in
Iut action. Priest 2U eents. Sold by
W. M. Johnan.

Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to our many friends for their)
antiring devotion and loving kindness
during tie illness and after the deatt
of our loved one; and especially to
the ladles of the W. C. T. 'U. and
others, who sent so many beautiful
flowers. N. W. MALPHIKS8.


New Baird Theatre.
Mouda,. &. 8-"Ifa y foWigrian
in Newr York."
Kletrie Theatre.
New Mor'ing Pkfures, each afoernrcwn
wnd night, crwpf Surday.

Electric Theatre.
The moving picture manufacturing
companies In Paris, France, and New
York City. will place upon the market
;hi' week the results of a month'
, ,rk inl t'.e ,hapie of :341o new pictures
Triez- subjectsa alni l (of the bebt.
many being r- r"nt"i ,',,- f rtr
events. anll *h, .. .tr i T'..at, cr i-
tract wit' ( and best i vt ital r. o t!:at .
several % t,) mione the exhibition
at this pol '-:r aniuwement resort w Il'
be worthy I attendance every nisli
The theatre was well filled la t
night ";i an appreciative audiehac
and tI..I i( tures were very litere, tij.:

The Meanest Man in Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown, is cross and disagreeable, and
is abort and sharp in his answers.
.m ie cases out of ten It's not the poor
fellow's fault. It's his liver and digest.
tion that make him feel so miserable
-he can't help being disagreeable.
Are you In danger of getting into
that condition? Then start at once
(aking Ballard's Herbine for your
lIver--the safe, sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. M. John-

If it's printed stationery you want,
The Sun oace is the place to get it.



Largest Stock of Men's Clothiq




Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

$10.0q to $13.50 S15.10 to $11.00



$20.30 to $25.60



B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
-- ---- ,A ..%.AM, (iEUtOLI.l ---

General demand
of tM Wde-Iform4 of the WeUld ha
alwas bw for a sdmpio, pleat md
dedct lMklqud aMative remedy of beew
vdwu; a laxative which pbysriim eod
swt. for fmIly ubaal tbo aum.
powm part w kwneo to them
whalemes Imd truly tbemeal
a*eeMet the system aowdo, yet
pmIp int ie/tk. /X
In supplying that dladd with it. N.

Exr a 804, Cfrnia FI syP
Co. puoem& etial line ad nride
athe olth lam satf for t.inb .
k om b
is oea of ay romo I

m by the Wd-ulaom
To t Ih B _---_e%- --- l dwary b
UMe ( -... ... estwd by the Cel.
MMr Fig Syr 0 omly, mad wfr al
AMUSEy a blist MENTS


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Biusvik FMiti kI

Horses and Maes

All Tennetw, -tnek and |lwrenaIdy '0
lectI hiy Mr. DAvi). Co Wand takI
look at tlwii, AlMIwth r you l;" or OLet.
Hamres', Waulw sitl Buit (or Wtak.

Davis & Oliver
Gaimir villp, Florida
The Sun oice for caUllns








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VlMo to ag Awarded Sue-
#00t0t Will oe Plaoed
Oaf&bmtt" Today.

M sMW piano to be awarded I
MW candidate In The Su.i
rtv.ed and will tw placed

O at one of the st

oMn" of the caneli(


l Halle. city ..
Ellis. city
iupree. city
Strickland t
trey. city .....

Dickin-on. citY
IPenc'l, rity
gui, Newberry.
Caner. city. .......
Sans, city .......
che, city.....
Gmhktand. Waldo.
Beal. city.......
HTdson, city......
IfDm High Springs ....
Beville ...........
. I$hawl. Alachua...
criton. Micanopy.....
e Sheplard, Hll ll ..
ie laalmbert. city ...
ma8Staf. Waldo. ....
I -aders. Hawthorn. ...
L W. Sargent...........
gty Albright.........
lBr Thigpin. city.
SPernande,z. city

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Mrs. M BMcCaa.
L ASSIE .lian ..- r !I1
McCaa a- i, : ni 1n t ,,il..-.
Pigera. August 7. 1,, Hier I
avid L ,an c, li,,.l of -ilhthi
Confederatt, r, i:o.,it. a,',l
Aabell LanKg 'ii\ ei TI"ral -
Sbout the sa.ir l'-.. It %as
%air daughter ;as naiirr: (I to,
Boykin Mc('t'aa. IM: and
yved In Tal!;a:!i-.--< until
iears ago wh',-n thliy mni),ed
f elll and from th're' t .)
Va., in which city Mrs.
pgloed away on Saturday. the
after an Illte.-s of tw-l\it,

lCaa alwa:.s re'niribr'-' her
hbme with deep affection. It
hat there came to h.er the
Joys of her young womnan-
lai the most poignant griefs.
mother lay in God's acre
|A Aot of one of Tallahassee's
Mbs, and beside her two
ON that for a few brief months
iMiht to the young wife the<
I* t otherhood. Here were
OI heands and familiar scenes
6l11tten, never faded into dist-
ISMrtes, but loved, longed for
SlWy *lMsed. and som. when she
asMe the pleasures and paints
bnbg thought planned to bring
g lkn. and loving hands laid
SMabe would have wished to

l body but large In soul.
PintUe and loving, her cheery
mad charity of thought to
Im a for her friends. admir-
Al~ere, wherever she went.
were the hearts in this city
Oft saddened when the news
SShe had passed on into the,

lisal services w.-re r'-ad in St
WUPopial church thi. churirch
she had lie.n inarri ,d and
IN* h she had brought h,.r chil-
S baptisni. The ca.-k t %as
flowers, the la.it tribute of
M s, and th,-s w lo oIi.-, hter
bl of her youth Mrown ti
Her hi-ii..la ta i f, I .r r
Sad fri.nis .t.*, t'x if unto!
Wa lf ft hut a tlwi'A i. ,, reAl
ad a Iue'ttiit v fr.aigrmnt with
l d of the' : ii..l, i .1t I4 Ill,
l t tt. and ,f 111 \;itii,l* I. '!
g lor i i,,h, it, r

Sur l I,, t r 1. i. i
ai hd L i ir t !i., ,. ,

S fri t~ri 1 'I t I ,, 1 ii ,I ,
the r ..

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DAVIS 100 Per Ct.

Pure Is BEST


Because it lasts long-




surface to the gallon

than any mother paint

made. There is a

BEST in everything

-in Paint it is Davis

100 Per Cent Pure.


jliler M.athv!-on aitudl Mlr. J. If lh.r
roughus of Jd( k-():.% ill-'
The'jail l laro-r.. cre': Nog-s

1'.vrk iin". t'tarlos ..~M 'l iiro. .J02'joh A.
EdmaoiifI~)n. IDr. 11. E. Ilaimcvr and Dr.

Little Elsie Crown.
0 ('aniitrhl'ut< i
(ini la t T' lay t !i.- 1 :. r ofi
, *,< h isit,"l th,' !, ',: ... .. a ; i
1 Mir-. W 1" t t'!>\'.n o i <>'wky Poii' t an:d
S.arrie.d av ay their e!;-ar little h:ti:, .
E'li'. to be I ithli dGi amti the good.
Ye-i, ,h-ie i:- ', i I *'ni t-er little b<.d.
ill that .-,1ole.i:li -tiiln.I-?, o h:it 1.M I lain-
11 l I t V i 11-)-. .l.- l, y. aY if inll ; h p.
so t-'autiuil aid calmii. S.) f( 'e from
pain. .o fair to look tI1oin. she seeim-
ed a creature fresh ftioin the, hand
of Good an.i wattiing for the r<-ath oia
life-. and not one who had -o recently
pias ,ed the portals of death.
As I bent over her precious little
form and looked into her pale sweet
face. I thought: It is not in this world
that heaven's Justice ends; think what
it is compared to the world to which
her young spirit has winged it's early
flight, and tell me. if one deliberate
wish. expressed in solemn terms above
this bed. could call her back from
heaven to this life. which of us all
would utter it? I rue. the little hands
that waet-d us hu..u', and ida etItta arte
folded above a little heart that beats
no more; the cradle is empty. the
hbonme is ad. the baby gone, lbut that
precious but of earth must bloom in
eternal youth in heaven. Horne into
a home of love on earth March 19th.
1907. she was transplanted to her
beautiful home above Jan. 19th, 1909.
May the great Comforter of all brok-
en hearts heal the broken spirit of
the sad home out of which the dear
Walae has gone.

Every Mother
is or should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu-
monia then to something more seri-
ous. Itallard's lorehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and present
any complication. Sold by W. iM.
Jo: nlon.

For City Marshal.
I re-.pe''full annoJunce nmy.elf a
a.liliat' f,,r the. otifl of ('ity MNar
tlh:al to lie \ t ,''el f'r iat the. elet i;.n
i \ t | i i 1;:;. l'.' '. l i dI I 1 v I 1
Si]t ;.!in ll\ i l-,iL'rg th<" dh" iti,." o( lli<
i, wiil.it fe ar or fIaior I r-
p. < f ll e :-, it Ih .* I t. f all 1:

AS i N.i M 1IF'!.i.

., t !..' thii'g Anit a tl In I*
tiii- (.la->it!' .1 column imay finud it

ifujr pill ol



Clsrre. Moe Soy* Were Not Within a
Mile of ':&Ce.

h cp.oharg..eI ith hat lug c..nautitte'd
ralte at 1k.i.uaoi, itthe' city We-d-
tj qaie .iawlmud 8) tothat th.'r.' %ill boo-no
troijile' altwett hiAIA tee% and ) outigt
l'.ime rs14 rmot jgthat theii knew Imt Ii
inlit 4-f theiiv oclrr#t-ce' t her.' on Soon-

.All Iiiiii- r naior, a%&4) fromllithe'
.4(# too, at the' time'ilt#,' crime1.001 :as sit-
ii t' 1) h,ai '' he'iicommiiattte'l. nd
111 taiIhis, fact call twosuhbtzuntiali
Ilr~t;i ovat l~ar.~o' zumbser of v, 0i

*= for ttbs. drinklitz o:,prt. lit- ua.
lt-t.d that ELi- t.%- IeA. 11nim t ritak.

'TaO lw l.' a f, t -r fIi #- 'Ili iti i lt li fi
,Ill s 4i Aa- 1
a :ake-1. 114-aetoiaeiwt 1in hu-tice(
Ne : r V!urtm:a% Lo( maim:~-ithat boo % ill
,ii. i of teI~i ao 4~ ii%. i-I11,4Pro. l;tr.
-.i'l 'ii t h, esrai- il (or ariz.'. Iii !o
3 *' lae .v L t -1it ,:ia r~i % i: ."i -)%i i s
(-*' f the' h.'-t :iien it ths' C011111%. .11(l
hi, me)ril h~i- tn. %-.r lt-ij tai-piuted l11N.

Living Li-hts of the i a.
('to it f th, lil: 1:ie ( nuriotlties fished
from the b-,tt'm of the Indian ocean
I.y n dredxitin vessel chartered by the
I'anlitta X.(i.'ty of Natural History
watn a ni.mnimth r.e crab. which con-
tinually emitted a bright white light.
sluillar to that seen In the spasmodic
flast-be of phjlohoreweent luminosity
kludled by the common flrefllea. The
.deIl!ty war cnpturet In daytime and
place in a lari.e tank. nothing pecul-
i:tr -x e, ,t Its timumense size being no-
itl. l.l i:i t'I liznad glare of the
ir >+,l-:l un. At iul;ht. however, when
:;'! ; I hty d:arkune's the crab
.... ..- ,. ,t '.. r P'*'irill' hy lli hting
: t iin.. t:C it all the other sea
r,.eatur",. re,.t :di1 s.'lnrtll. occupying
t!he .!t :1,' t.ik ('ou',ti Ite plainly aeu-.
W'he'n the lniiiious < rustacean wali
pre<,; (if liLht. w!hl It eanlbhd th.* exjprl-
menters to read small print, even
though otherwise they were in total
darknees.-IAmdon Chronicle.

lotr Inate ad 0hU m.
Thi KM Yd a MMap 100

8Sgatue of CdC4^7ASje

Comran Lot.c-ies.
In an article 'n the lotteries the Rer
liner Tacc !l'"* :-. there nre three'
wna.v byt whil-b wbey'Vh 'i t -','1- d '1
work. wlich Is I n nand te, 4! us: bh
di- honesty. which Is a rreeari.us pro
eedilng. and by gambling. The num-
ber of persons who prefer the lat
named method. says the writer.,
larre In the ;eratmn reeam, for there
the great l'tterles thrive best. There
are seven of these under the manare-
-neat of the -'verpr-nent. and they dis-
tri'ute y1(fW)t..y it In prizes. The anx-
lety to secure a part of this amount
has destroyed the happiness of thou-
sands of bousebhold and has diverted
thousands of goed nimn from honest
Industry and thrift to idleness and
poverty. In the seven lotteries there
are about 22.nOto winners a year. but
of tbese only about 650 receive priset
of more than LOO0 marks each.

Tablets. Druggists refund maoey if
It alals to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig-
oature is os each box. IL .

Restraining Re.elleetioew.
*They say I'm a little close M i
MIr. 4'uwurx thoughtfully.
'Well. you *dltu't exactly spend It as
If it were water "
"1 try t, But, yu a-e. I u ed to
live in Arisania. % here water is scarce."
-Washington ttar.
Old Fashikned.
*id he ev r nsrtligatt bl soa for
pluylittu trunt :"
*'No., he e% er f..lel wih them new
falighl-d Ivwa.s ,' ,fn' Hlie Jest give
li La .1 ,utd h1 Llii' lt:ililrnore Atmer.

4le'itchlig 1411i1iHeals cuts or
ow., % it~ii~puit a war Curve iilem,
Z4,1-1, Alt t rut a. any it( bitag
4 hat II., lit Viour di uggia't
I, I.it

i~r/r a Little!
It ti) irt the~ bile nicely.
),.J. '1.a pills act
* ..(i~~a(of co'nstipatin,

"MbM]" TMnHave Mwaos Ma bw *
in us hr wwv 90 yemws. -berbo.*the of
Sa"d b". bern l
erstenderiponkl m Ime. os

Jul ConaterfeltI4 Iimlowmsa" losemgsomermbe*
ExperimEnt tam"t ew itVIM and omgertamhbow" 4r
I~a" aa 01, ft 0~rern --- e.

awstoria In a a frmles in'I MM w eo %V
gorlet Drops&and Sethiag Syrop11;IS P&WA" f
contains neither Opium#. Morphine ow te Ict areaf
oubstance.Its age Is Its guartee. It destrqs Wew
and allays Feverishoneas It cures Dim &had ..d
Colic4 It reliieves Teething Troubles, cures Ca~~e
and Flatulency. IItasi l Um teFeedo 1000imk
gkomawh wandowelsgiving bealthy a" M rn S M
Th. ChIMMUems aaeaTeM esFred



aruls. CASTORIA ArwL

he Kind You Haeo Always BNd


In Ue For Over 80 Yars.



A New, Mode. First-Cbm d M MI
Steam Heat, Gas and Electric Lights. Conti auf
Located. Service Guarnteed.

W. 0. NErTEL.UsiqW



It pays the farmer to plant only the bole e a
question not of "how cheap," but cd "hbowo."
hrb I Mftnd b hi. MM d kE d 8i 12
We si now bookiag ordas for Pow mn Mr o u miaMN i .
will begladetmd yo prim=enauqt.

w. L uuine uur Um


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Fire, Life and Accident a s"" ?

IPressing the FactI

Houweto yorwminW d bI y
ame "s doing low do*t
yoursftl, sib or tommly ~
hsswitg your putgmup*-
looted by insuumnioin iswba w
want14 do ban. We don't
wsantlo juto 1ourpt btdope.
tial11tia oil iflI'S is maNl
as hiilc yie .ir hcame .is ", but
Il. t~Iew'i14it'lI ity is awIa owI
lilt I.'owMvati'gesup in samok..


i MCOMPA.M S :::::::

IA M. CUSHMAN, Aeut, Gaineiil, Fluib


i ris&ai, b 1 6. iAU

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09 Sao

-I- f a" oa sban

Wi d l- 3m Hanp

T he
Sllm ampl o oTve

kis"m Ia tl hIOWoft e"m e.
ensm e doe I
I mee* Try t OcI
OWd i -ey a ofi e

ewSit tho ma"

t" .... -tW m bto

~o m Iohm a erL mu oe

N. uaN RlM, lOPa Ral tier
saus" amy so Cboef"

I%*am to a. Nsn*

AIrO Tyll INIIm dOese 0 OII

Sby a aagain.





eer bt6L well
wfeu If bnla to

take- 1 Iink -
haes,'s VeMbletable

Sm h--Mo W. muo F.
s '.to ma. a .
I _g- e o -m up h ope ofr

~wbe4 It a nd to
ba's Vegetable

_s d .y. Th e

Sbro tumo,
lill-ww lh had been
i~t~ewin -O dftimorMd.M

If ra sc masesefo trem aey I these
i st o deowve -a of ml youl
bq T aa Im I insa VeLine-k-

|Wem W and Mew Meay.
The eashlr. as usual, paid the loom
boas In new money-crlp, sweet smell-
tg bank motes that M was pleasant to
"tut why Is It, George." he asked.
"that you lasltt upone ew money al-
ways? I kruw you band every cent
of It to your wife."
The loom Im cbhrkled.
-it' *Say to sw you ain't a married
wmi. Will." tild be. "Otberwtae you'd
know woman's mature Ietter and
weildn't seed to be told the advan-
sage of taklu bomre new mouey to
the wife. The explanation Is. WUl.
that women are so food of new money
that they bate to part within It
makes them eeonoeaL. They bar-
alt ee this, they deny themseelre
that and the upsbot t that at the end
f emch week they have a Utdy liUtUe
mo, all brand sew, pat by In a stork-
Ib or a tmpot. It pays. Wll, to give
tbahe wife w money. It pays some-
tbmg Uask 0per emt"-Pnthail
tATs ou O Co, rr orTo Tumo,
LtcAS Conm- I
Prank J. Cheey makes oath that
he Is sealor parter of the firm of
P. J. Cheney & Co, doein business In
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that aid firm will pay
the esm of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every ease of ca-
tarh thbat emannot be cured by the uase
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Swom to before me and subcribthed
in my prwence, tha tbh day of Do-
ember, A. D. 1U8.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Curme s taken in-
ternaUy. and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0O
Sold by a&l druggists. 7&c.
Take Hall s Family Pills for consti

T;e Ide-l Trunk.
The, '- id id 1 .!,ild at ; !,,tt It wettx
tn .tal h tlu' l' t'lIA,o : i I I Tr um t
Istfatti 11I .AIt lv .t h t. Ii ',i a.I /
ffgestid thnt If % 'it *1 l : *a
dlea of i:tt h"4. liadd ils Il:.d l Ih
mialit I" allte 1<, ,uit hIer
"I alult," ltt id lh L.itd) lilrrt-lAr elv.
"'a smitall'r Irnmik Illil1 thin. lout ,lne,

New Coelal JohnsaM Ge" the One and
S*--oht the Other.
"Where di you get your military
title was asked of V'lonel Johnraon.
harlte Culberane made me tike It
when be was Ieromnor of Texa.." we.
pIled the Houstom editor. "I told him
I might have to wear a title. lint I'd
li hanged If I'd wear a *nifnrm. One
day I met the governor on the street,
and be sald. 'Hello. I111.'
'Ielnl, ('barlle.' I replied.
S'Is that the roper manner to ad-
dres w your commanding ofut-er?* be
demanded sternly. 'Wtand up straight.
salute and may "Goernor." Where's
your uniform r
The offlkc Pant worth $125 of gold
lace.' I replied hotly.
"'About face! March" commanded
the governor, and he marched me Into
a tailor ahop.
"'Make this man a colonel's uniform
and send the bill to me.' be said.
"I couldn't stand for that. so I said.
*I give you to uindertnd. lIr. If I've
got to le a 'oloel I can Ibuy my own
uniform and liut on as much cold lice
as any man In Texars.'
"That's how I came to he a colonel
and to have for sale chenp an fine a
military uniform as ever was made In
the south."- Exchange.

Peel languld, weak, run-down?
Headache? Stomach "or"?-Just a
plain case of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones liver and stom-
ac ho promotA digestloa, parlfp the




Grafha ulidlng, East Main Street a
Sell Phea 1. Alas Long Ditansee


OMees In Graham Building,. over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 35..

S..o O lle NatiT al a..

O-Bo OW NGlateaflto NatloS OM
PbaiMo 0



ifts ova' begasm & (We fo.
Phi.. US". OahwIffst le V

AT!oitxzT-AT -LAw,

QAftMESILLE, Ala ibua Co.. FU
OUlw tn Ha)ojana Rlnoib




Ca sell your alsy property, (Um
peeved aid mlsmpored),
rla d mfafiaf lauds. eod hima
aI WS*o.wat youa offer for Mao. 1t4a
And Uolilitor in Equity

ea' Esate., 0o0veyanoing and Ueak
*ral Pnt-le. All bualimoe promrll
aitoeded to. Ofeo next door toDa




I'ra< t ,' in i ll (' iii t- St.t. 1..
F. rial

a iiiise 04isnig ears these da&" tothat hido.vi, re StLA-, Ims'tepude'II'
loahiseas wevlas in aw~mutak- Since
Aft lUved, the bhmainam ua hisatwobes 011104' cI'ea'1ot.lvl-e Nht1oiu& a fr.
11eS1116106 V dabidrufE. for whichb nu bakr Too Much Face. Q AIA e. VI LY 1"l O'bhDh
WpesoaIsa has b"hretofotpur Diova A S91c- You f..-lt-14,if)'U h'l ()I"i. aI.'f '
SIGN&Wttal Ure 05W ubro' gerl~ar4k Wvwas
put onthe market. Is is aa W..! IINre p-'g* tamy %titii citi L~a%, ii'r.sia1 GE.W DA EPR
ariathestbe'thiai.thd gorin ft ( ika eU ".' fateI GEO. W DAVENPOR
4600PURor scurf by diggitigilt, at.. It togit hut i I'Arif ItII~i.aa' IN lA
*061P to sat at the rot'u of the 1,&.r wbcr., PAOadO A
~At 60the vli~aity; c~auslusag ing 6.a~~*,'lp.R:1 1K iI~I '111'1 a 1 i 4 ii' ti!i I
ISU~gbar. Adfiat~Y alit" \ ih.F,- tt:i.,!, t*Aif r i0
9 dadufhair inu-st r1 o l:xri:t y 1 tr, ,:Tuner and Rebuildei
It 1s the Only destruYer uf danadruff ~~.a 11ai- 1 e .
gold by leading druggists. Send 4 it* '111 ,Hi ilil' -I '. I',t1%, W ~
Is stamP. fur sampl, to The Use*. l.il V..r'-ti- Pit
alfe Cea. DetrolLitic. I
T w & s*e' c zt w S1 41.'ac. ,f- P ..S it'11 1 1. -ii
J. 8. Bodi.'ud & Co Spec.L' Agenter 1,141) ~frile1- \. i .i !, 'vft: ML~a46C 1A.~ i.' '

Teste~m-A lee begs, is*- life. lib"ry i 4
Oakof e .4 hethem eas" people awe S.We o, O
Com ithto hnrbu "dyVj. The r n
-' peptic." is At for tromma, stratage m. Spold 1u411
pb do"to he frot frW ontytb wu'po k. son a
will be a week moldi., sd a* 1oulw-th a vis
A eound atooeseb makes far good eitizesobijgaswo asb
Imelth and hop~iumeve.a
l),es" Ofmlthe sboomebsa" other Ooeof 6a 409tio
Nutrition a"e promptly Gold permanently corod by 60.ad
ft bellE. ep Mthe bdy skb Boed I*" a
The dealer who segos a srnbstita*e for the -"Divesvery" h
onlv eekiand to mtke the little mror profit realm"e .
sate of fr-%s meritorious Preperstions.
Lit. Plerve's Common %immedNeical Adv,%crisW h
on rece'Ipg 44 Stam'Nsto poy e~pen~e 'of mailing .I~.j
b 21 one-cent ?m. for thme paper cn'4erefd twmk, cor gig
for the dci ot~t(und. Addrris W4.rIlg% "~Penr,erv N4.jja
A~ I i. .'-rc'e. N.D.lc liiN.

How long ago was It that your store,
-or enterprise-was merely a plan'
With aggress~ e advertising. how long
before your plan of ~hat it Is yet tU
become Is realized?

Miss N. Nortor

otties, Books, Stationer)

Sevensi, Sheet Picture

tad Pictore Frames .

IN6 Fist Llbhrty Street,


Parties having job printing Cone @
The Sun office art entitled to aI
vote In the tush & Safford Pi to o
tet for each ceint i.a1d for ,
work. Don't for.t this whe, l a"g
,f printed rtAtihm,.ry. Read the
vertis<-ment giving particular I '
!adv of yoIr rnfmiew



Covers tme Sontt t(, Brooks.
vil e; east t Ocala and be.
yond; west to Snwannee Ri.
ver; north to Alachua. High
and Worthirg*on Sprin,
C- lar Key, and all iimernme.
MeaRe and Answer
for One Price.

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aid UNIVERSITY BRAND So0 ft Drims'


1 G. S. Merchant & Co.

MItailers ad Jobbers

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Crain. Carder Seed aqd Fertilizers



ll$ghot rt .-kot rf- iipief #'r ChfCiens. Egg*s roI oth.- Prodwtc
6 % I f*-n 41r-f'iA'(I. t''rrm.Oats. Flour. Bran '.Odw-iCoIII
~' .I ..d *h~m. i~t: olJ)lthe very Soot VILA$

on Easv 9nstiNMt..


Machines forReOt

The Pay Sholes Visable. litK '~

Br.X Cakes and

= Pies
flayint? rvpair.'eiamndlrnwin'
Bake -- l*atn. n, m pni ami. t., x*i'

-*.. at 3 eir .itor t i.'% lwr~ ie

R. T. ?schafer. Prnp Ph-one It'"

Start the


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editor and Iublt>abe

Sept. Composinr Room%

a. TLaurnown i
-pow, pisbed every nmorltai e
&&l" by arrtier I the city. or
g~t Ie rulteld stateO postage
ow. js.Wusi month*: s1 *three
SB gAIv wr eek'-striclly laI

toll Is l column l cent, line
MSWd 5 "erltsfor each additional
Jadvertising ma'de kln"W on

Wiek ~un is an e !ht page forty
.pbllshed every Mon<' .y r'.rl
gJ eoetain oil' the ewt (of i.t
S ie and generate, and .ill he
Jtee, toany parto the I vioe1A
for$ tna year-i6 nadan,*.
bills become due after first
gd advertisement. tunle' -et herwi.-e
,tut 'Crl Pa'ties not known to us
to payfor advcrti-ng ii ad-


Dreeklyn Eagle says: "For
,IL !eA, North and South ha'e
of admiration and re- Ie- t-
If Congrest were to pro-
h educational institution in
o a a memorial to Leet. it
bto crtlcised nowhere,. The
.'s oWggestion is a thoughtful

wllbulk Landmark say'.: "The
b law which the President is%
I establish would tie' much
*l Its Injurious effe-t Iupon llihe'
d"al any alien law which (Cali-
Sl4gagogui's could pet that
4W emact. That i- a fact ahich

be Is calling on California to
-ate and consider the public
g. His appeal will ha'e nimire,
MieN if he obse'r\es his o%. a

Martford Times says: The Ne'-
l legislature is likely to pa.ts
Governor to sign a bill which
in that State the' Or.-
of pledging members of the'
in regard to the choice of
SHates Senators. This rneas-
6 hlas the approval of W. J.
IS expected to result In his
to the Senate in 1911. If
t election will take him out of
&aM as a Presideitia. candidate
Ptlse country will wjoice."
Mobile Register says:- "Mr.
ha1 Iown the 'My Policies' coop
S-meading the state of single
His apostasy was made
at Athens, Ga.. last week when

inlOa l sc h o o l n o t to re g a rd m a t-
AS -e a nefeslty. It Is safe to
111Bu1wing the kind of girls produc-
bI O orgia, that he had no s lecial
to the individuals composing
uitenco at the time he spoke.
1" laying down a general propo-
'Taking the new Taft doctrine
ny as a basis one is forced
IB -aclusion that the cry of 'four
ore of the full perambulator'
iorelM y campaign talk."

Ot of the greatest attractions of
to Northern aisitrt i, our
t shade trees, > et some of
IctIals would cut down these
ornaments at every oppoir-
No tree should be cut 'doIn
^- It is dead. and miany of lihe'i,
^ ~-have been removed in the pa-st
L bkave been saved ith prowler

i ft Orange trees ha.e .been itraith-
S l IOU the ..outih bli' e of thlie court
This 1- ani el. r r'o Ii :iani
a fin.-* shal. tr ee a.. w II ;,
of the b.- ,,f i1, fI'llke .e I-
to grofl e 1 o f tIe- iI ei*'
l a titI 1 At i :: e. h l :.t ii 'l
4111 the hu l-.el I IIn Ih, (.iia. i k- i

WIW At I '


krot 'o

referred to as 'Flagler'. folly.' yet
while still In their infancy. they are
ipa>ilng dild,.ndt on their inves.t.lent.
and the earning capacity of the road
ir but eighty dollars l.,se. per mile' than
II:,.- Atlantic (Coat Line. one of the
ol.t e.. tablil-hed lines In the State
\\I.tt Hill it I. li t lile l'e'ten sI iin to-
K,.' \\. 4" c**'ii I' to o1 and it hecane-
th. f oI' r for I'at .natlia eatial 'I
i id tIIn r lih II Iup thoer i hanl d, II
l,"i ,i w l.. i a- I.rol i-. l toi ring
( ii. l.l11' l.i .tilolK (thl- reotit* 11i.t
. i. t ,, I' r 0.L.i : l o..tI t h ,
t | i l I ,' I i- I f It

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flh n .r.iink lir'i- ... lit ,it f T .-
O ',: ln hlls I'i,,i r. r. r .tl:. r. torns. I
frt"n a trip t' K. \V W' ifter r,.
f, .'ruig tto .*1 ek'no'l l, ph. -tioio, .-'
lr gtre' h. tie' iiinti hlh writer. co f
hi trip n. fall o -
Though the. old*!.-t r4Ulf in the we.'t--
erni 'oi|Il. St A1n i tliise. aq it i- to.-
da% In th,' cr- itlton of Mr. Fla*l-,r
Mturch of the protthie-t Iportion ,of it h,'
re.. <'me.nfld fromlll the' -ea
Vh.' he first tIh lhx it I' nnario'
stre-o-t, and ,luniilit 1,lildingn Its oli
f',rt :nsld i'fty gate'-- his wonderful in,
t ifi.l i ll-latiltit toIlI hil1l tlhit i.
v .I l l hin.; k "nt it dl. i l lo.ri i -tr ,at;
a, fi tl f1e .11 ill. 11 iion oif l hl- l ,t ill.i t:
'* l'i ith I'v o' e iL' Iro i. lGi A .,-
Z.... in, tIl togI '.>\1 h'telw t wer(, mniore
,oi"e0 i oll- f the' aenoln 'rflll htlt, llhr,

\. l.i 1 t < oi !> l i l th ll

tF.-hli 11 ,nil.ti,- it..-ll on St 1Anu s -
tinl .iat Iti. w hi l of -.-.< iet% in in-
tor It'tw iI- ain Iidls th,,rv.
"Fr i lI l ;iar> ~ f to (one' it aill
1-. tl.., tiuri-t ., <'*:I. a ld n-ore nalnd
nior.- afterT thie ro'iplltilon ot the
K'.v \\'.~- t ,'\te ,-ion aitd the' Panllia
'; Ib;:I .
"The hotels of St A uiignu-ltii" ar" no-
to'd for their **leganr,. Irandeur and
Ie :auty of deiKgn and h.it the s-a-
,.on is at It h -Ightlt no lo'.eller vision
is allotted to man than to behold the
crowds of well drese'd men and hand-
sonmely gowti-d wom,'n that make
their homes under the roofs of these
luxurious abode s.
"It is said that no scene of earth IA
more brtiliant than a ball at the Ponce
de Leon. The Innumerable colored
electric jet... Issuing from crystal
glotl's and golden camndlabra, **n:'r
aise. rubles.. ol al.,. .-arls. -alpihires..
itiamonds. glintin tion i the htoiii
and brows of the. fair partirliant-.,
add lhiu-trt. to tl' t ,ne an(;d ake it
a lic't re' rivalling the courts of roy-
"As you tra.l on d'o)im:n tl,, penin-
sular the .scenlery b'comie's niore ,beauit
tiful and tropical in appearance and
the atnioophere more soothing aind
ti lieihtful.
"\'f nmt a German gentleman who
raid that hbe had traveled In Italy.
Sickly, Fr.tiv.r,' "' '! ain. y' t no herr<-
is there such a climate as the-re is on
the southern Ea't Coast of Florida.
and that it is compelled to attract
the tourist travel'of both hemispheres.
"At Palm Iteach, between lake
Wor:h and the ocean. Mr. Flagle'r has
erected the largest hotel in the world.
and as everything conspires to make
this spot a jewel In beauty, he has
made it his home and spends most or
the winter months there. Whitehall.
his residence. Is a luxurious palace.
and the grounds which adjoin those
of the Royal Poinciana and the Break-
ers contain every rare plant and
flower that will thrive In the tropics.
and it Is. Indeed, a fairy land.
"At Ormond. Miami. Nassau and at
Knights Key Mr. Flagler has built his
syvste'n of buttl, tilt L.., ..u, .-.'t'uu '
famous all over the world. The most
colossal ones are' yet to be construct-
ed. one at Key West and the other In
Havana. When these two shall have
been finished he will then have an
even dozen, and they are without
a parallel In the world's records.
When It is stated that the opening of
these hotels alone costs $2!0,000 some
idea of their grandeur can be ascer-
a 'When Mr. Flagler frst entered
upoln his work of development and be-
gan the erection of his botels and the
construction of his railroad t hey were

'urelt. In '.'ritin~c Dr. Kilniler &- Coo.AtAtd&,k daAb f f f fs daAAtAtAtAt f m&&f o
lianghanifton, N.V.. be sure and ii mention
ohis paper. Ik'i~tni t sLanv mistake,
!,ut rtn~ettber the namie. Saamp-kLNA.
Dr. Kilmer**S wa ezu-Riotanid the ad
tire", bianghanit'mnu. 'N.V..00 ouven
ro~ttIle AOR

K.Dv~sAir Line Railway
IW .I f "6W. do 118a I 8," nt n X hol"WarAPldR. Lawfi' ser WIU1emeMMd L V, NU Sh 28d

oft mc 0 aa 8alb...a..
rpslos SU4 ss"m
Or so, toIdaip m wifirve
*~~~~. eow, ,L' I.s .''

1 P4 A ei' Jft'r -..
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Waa P".h'*vote 0 C I

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.4, %F"W YORK.
1.%ITIDiIII-'-' eild Pllman 1'e,.tI.
ii ChIibe Car 0Ole-eri.atlimn Cm &Mn
t oe (it) And lit Auxuatiac: PFew
.. is Je're'ev ('t' aind Palm I*ch:
i ts I '''gi' e ''I Je'F.-t) (City and

I..........lie j '' 01v I *e '#i s illte a i~al -% o t 'e 1Sunday.

S Fo, full information and sleeping car reosrvatims sell e
any Agent S*aboard, or *rite S. C. SOVLITON, Jr, Aesiallgt
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.

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4, 4.0 9.4 0It I- -

4DLi'~ J. A, flataltd %

to take ad ti; I.'.- that the' l uldhiIIa of thil road
aff. rI d
The. orangee'. the lemon and the llme.
;hrit e. %,11 In that reinon. hut it -seem
to >be nrt! thaIiti of the. gral,'fruit The % 1-\ld
i*. large- .ii1 t he' fruit bright and lU I -
('ilue, amln in without -lot (or bhlenmi-h
It -,- *"i ilniwi-t niraiculou-. and
*, t i:u.'. that hole' illn the' rot hne to) t.- dynamited to plant the
"iit' tr,*... Yet they grow to Ieerf'c- '.
'i ;nd -talld the drouth better than
the tr,,.*- planted in ; sandy or I.amI

Vr+ K'ivht's KAy to Key WRstE CRE
the dltanc- 1i, fort -five. mile-. and b f 9
e'ighh". I r cent of the' unfinished port
tion of the road ti already complthte'd. AN ANM T11KPTIC M 1i S I8M -. kU Rw
Alll a,' the' rcoitraetor'< are now more' nd 'ivM e ut Pm
familiar with the' work th.- rnimaindr P PKTRM'TATS the POrs. loses the Fllr0 s'lis,
oif the construction i regarded a an i tew a fr tMermitiom d the Blu gvig t h l
e'a v prolo.-itlon., and In less than two di lly.
vars thi Mi migKlt rroj-** I %Iill h:L\-
***'' 'o 0**> 0 '. i.
'Th.' p.,>l; of t the, 1-lald ('its are
looklInK uith lontgigh eVye to the time- CURED OF PA
whv.:t they ill heat the wluhi-tle of S. lSey, P. 0. Ti., T ll "1
the first locomotive. ana no victorious r Wbe e es wt Gm y-e 'b Sy lw
military chie.tain will b' enovered e r na m.a I I Wda t w i
i th gr,'ator honors than will the pro- 8 _u_ a__
i.,ttor of this great enterl rike. He I l M % b.
will be< decorated with laurels and a-=T LM- aNT W E@N- I
the' I>eu>ple th,'re will ri-e, up as one Alm AL -i--
man and call him blessed. THM= S =IZS 0 50 $l 0
*"They have felt all along a, though RD-SNOW ii W
theyv hale ,,b,.n cut off from the --- LO U AI IL L As
aorld and formed a part and parcel
to themselves, hating no kinship with
the balance of the State or nation.
They will then feel that they are bone ,1
of its bone and flesh of its flesh. and "A U O 4 M
will be In touch with Its pulse beats.
"Already big things are In antlcl-
loation and bis cigar plants are being
e.tahlilhel. Among the most famous
tre ihse., of the Ri.i IA)lwa company.
the. Iaiana-Anmerkan. the Cortes com- "
pau., th. E. H. Gatto Cigar company. '
'h. I'*;'!n.tii1l Hir.--h company. and
ihe, K.ie Hestters say that the 'Island EFvECTIV DI)0. I. X -
City' will be the largest cigar man-
tifacturiig market in the world. *
The. building of the Florida Eat Leave Gainesville for Mieanopy, Fairfield and o-
Coast railway. joining Key West to cal points South....................... 10:140l
the, main land. opens up untold po- Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. .4:19
sihilili hs.
"In the language of Governor Blox- Leave Gainevville for 1amnpeon City, Pait_ a,
ham. 'the mind halts at their con- Lake City, Valdosta, and all p nto Noth 0:00
templaion."' Returning, arrive Gain vill ................ 9:

.Mb aa l ft a 111011

Kilnev trou-,'u' le re% ul% n th mind..
hIscourages aIudl isLlibu !)itiOln; 'eaut *

*L'.e" troul2. has
Sleconie so prevalent Gr
that it is not nucom G o* =
n ton for child to be
born afficted with r
weak kidneys. If the
hibl urinates toooften. if the urine scah ds
h.1 :l--h. ur if, whvn the child reaches en XA
'-nit. t P 4ted. sNrlh, Seuth, East d W i
.gu lidcn it Choulultbehabl"utocplurolethF ...

:::ty it kitiny trouble, and the first ,
;hc'ilmb rtantorKarts Thar un lca~ant
;rou'le is due to a < ataseel condition y _____________of I____
the kiinevs and bla.ller and not to a
tabit us tmest people suitpoie For detailed information, rates shed Ils a .
Women as well as men are made ister-.
oble with kidne, ani bladder trouble, elVat OBS, lee your nMaMt,-'lA
uland both need the same Kreat remedy. 4s1
nThe mild .od the immeuiate eflcct of 1t to oW Ol
Swamp-Ro is souneealizeJ Itis sold
by druggists, in fif.ty.- v. FT,
.'nt an'l ou ollar FRANK C SOYLSTSI.
,i.'eoltles. .'ou nut' V
u., s -ample teottle ZtlA P, Lk, i
')V mail free. also a dw (
>amphlet telling all a*ut b'.amp-Root,
;including lany uof the thtls.anls.,lof tcsti-
iiionial letters received from sutffcrers






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-ing laa"e.h
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gisito a or -

eQ ku rcrhes.
kaMbe phyrlae.

DoM dwre b .

te eetrke light plant.
ree biaksamth ahops.
ee always systems.
Sbeevolent orders.
S mobeow eabucbe.
Ultod state lad office.
i 0 eChml.sl laboratory.
Ti-es aduuay cWAools.
Two veterinary surgeons
Os. Presbyterian church
Two cigar nuaufactories.
Pour real estate aft-ietee
|VOuateer ire department.
Several lumber >,n.iautes.
STree Methodist churches
SA brass band organilation.
Two pbutolraph galleries.
Two moving picture shows.
Ore emi-weekly newspaper.
F Pive life Infurance agenciee.
STwo fertllilmer manlifa-torlee.
Si ve ire san urance agencies.

oMe wee tnd basket ery.
Oe iks' Club readit room.
Ac au pera t Station.
Pr Wlt Bible Ceofrr.ce.
dee dmemabag establishments.
NaMial ,eOdd lvwe' sasharinm.
Three s !ewh' ea ta-M ents.

Tw whbolesale rala and feed
TV wholmale roery establish.
Water "that has made Galnesvtlle
The feMt opera boise in the State
eaolte of Jacksm.vllie.
A Geewameut buildhit soon to be
e.ted to cost when colpalettd
Iurpefts,. Msaons. plasterers,.
poste, printers, meahinists and Is-
bwas2e galore.
NMore ile of paved streets and
gramothlc Msidewalks than any other
towo Ia the Interior of the btate.
A 8,000 court boase built of brick
0a oteae-a sa b titul structure- and
the lava, lower beds, shrubbery,
Coeaederate monument, etc.. surround.
tag t., make it a most attractive pie-

sblu Ofws:
I Gvr~erA. W. OUlerist, Tails

Salry of State-A. Clay
Com-trIr.-A. C.croem.6


TreamI-W. V. b .olt, Tallkaa.

COa-lubir of Agricaiturv-B. E.
MeUa. Tallahasee.
epta of PMbic lastrectiko-Wi. .
IM-ana. TfnaIkM e.
Presidet o the Senate-Hunt W.
Nvr. ,Key West

kpt. PubSe Instruct. -Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gaineaville.
bherl--P. G. Ramsey, Galnaesvlle.
CoMOty Jud@--H. 0. Mason. Gaines-
T"a Asmsor-W. W. Colson. Gainee-
Tax Co.Dctoer D Dickinsm.

0 o0rvhir RseCtratim-J. Me-
cofl ty ramsiamsO -oha 0G.
Dmplser, Chirman. NHas; J. F.
Tewased. Campvile; J. W. May.
Arcw; CML. W. Summers, Trenton;
o. Canon. GateevUlle.
Member Sc do Board-U. B.
Week, Chairma. Havwtor; J. W.
meuf. TaCrmo ; O. W. Miller.
aso sea-h--a. N. ecreary.,
Members Hoams--yd L. Carter,
Galaesvule; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.

Mayor-Horato Davls.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asor-B. RIL. Colso.
Tax Collector-T. B. EIll. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Mazey Dell.
City Attornay-W. S. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Handss.
Presidet; Geo. K. Broome. 8. J. Bar-
nett. K. K. Cannon, H. S. Graves, 8.
M. Mixaoa, A. L Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
htr, Chairman; W. W. Hampton, ecre-
tary; H. T. Dutton. E. J. Baird, J. H.
Some article that is simply "In the
way" at your house might. If adver.
Used, be sold to someone who is anx-
louly looking for As.
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you don't need
for something you do.




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Osineevlll. Florlj.





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. : : :


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5 5

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 1 5th, 1908, and 10 p. m.

April 15th, 1909

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In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initii payment on a new Howard Piano. These <4ne blills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To Irt s m iqh th t bo lihW sk, ai d t r feachft ....... MI.N
ToeOnsmcu is rt --qdo iwooNws a uaM freiach fr ...... ...17.
Toe mU dx r ec' "- -m-t -esNt" ve, a u Iw afab d r ....... .. $1 SI N
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they mny see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pil-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in a)l respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living to
Alachus county who Is known by the conductors
VWotW of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
The following merchants will give one vote person, to them well known.
for every cent paid Into their establishments for 2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro.
goods which they handle: prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
The Galneeville Hardware Co. participate in this contest, and will participate In
Phtfer Ures. no manner.
Hyde A Tench. 3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others Interested in this contestL
UWkre |ft Me a Cast such controversy may be referred to the coo-
ductors of contest, who alone are the persons
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish- qualified to render decisions.
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The 4. In the event a candidate decides to with-
Sun offle. Votes sent by mail must be directed draw from the race. such candidate Ail1 not be
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun. allowed to trails fer ite to the crtudit of another
Gainesville, Florida. candidate in the tLotest

( 4 It 1 Ut lCeI..r. et ,,> rtterb
$1.25-Three months' subscription ............... .... 400 votes 500 votes
$2.50--8ix months' subscription .................. .. 1,000 votes 1,200 vot-t
$5.00-One year's subscription ............ ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 votPI
For a club of five one-year subscripti f're April 1, 1939). 5,00 vote 30,000 vctes
For a club of ten six-months' subscr .. beforee Apri'l 1) .25,000 votes 30,000 votes
Til<., i- no lim it to tli, 1 : ,.;' f .!.il, .;- a c, ., ; -t.int m, iv -,'c it"

$1.00-- Oue year's bul cripticn................... ...... 400 vt
For a club of five ore-.yar su! *r. us ................ ......... 4.000 vt ,J

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is u-desired by the proprietors
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virtue of rn exu
O8f the C1 ft Cour,
SCirrult of Florida. I i,
i o fcontv, oM the 2ndl
,A. P .V9. In a cer
Spending wherein W.
b o umplainant and J. R.
S oIth and r. D. Tomp-
san wherein a
OWr of the complainant
SatheI Hoa. J. T. Wills.
Moert. against the de-
SLgmitth. Ira J. Smith and
and in favor of the
SI. P. 0. Ramsey. as
AlIcSua county. Florida.
up s and will sell before
Wvdoor. In Gainesville.
00 yay. the 1st day of
1 I9w. between the legal
M maid day, the follow -
real estate. lying and
in the County of Alach-
of Florida. towit: The
Bt of the Northwest
9, Township 10
Is ast. containing forty
Sd w, more or lea. to-
all sad singular the tease
ta and appurten-
i same belonging or In
levied upon as the
the *efeedants and to Jbe
said execution and
t Alachbu County. Fla.

gSo tors.
i h MrebY given that under
lm of a Final Decree of
rendered by the Judge of
OCWrt. of the Eighth Judl-
It Florida. tn and for
egaty. In Chancery sitting.
l a 18th. 1909. in favor of
Vw r as complainant, and
W. F. Griswlm and 8. R. I.
ga defendants. the unders.gi:
fw for sale before the court
t r is Gainesville. Florida. be-
ilgal hours of sale. on Mon-
1st. 1909. to the highest
UaMder therefore. for cash. the
dcribed lots. pieces. par-
of land. situated, lying
Hi Alachua county. Florida.
as follows. to'lt:
tI portion of fra(tional Sc-
tlBaship 11. Ranxg 21. South
described as follows: Be-
*it the Northwe(-t corner of
Section 4. Township 11.
gL ruling thence Ea.-t on the
e 25 chains and 21 links to
mthce South at right angle.
l d 20 link to a staktu.
parallel with Section line.
26 chains and 4'4 link-
is a pond on the Westeri,
Mae of said fractional Sec-
&mm North on said Section
gatimatlon. 2L chains and 21
( the place of beginning. con
It estimation. 57 9-100 acres
imf oro le s-.
e to be sold as the property
,llaidants, to satisfy said de-
p cdal Master in Chancery.
for Complainant.
l is hereby given that under
IN virtue of a Final Decree of
made by the Judge of th,
SCurt of the Elighth Judicial
aO Florida. In a: d tlr Alacrh:a
.ia Chanucery sitting. dattd Jan-
Alth. 19;9. in frtor of W. .I
"Ot io' l .i.-. o( :t' '1 tagaiuat
l.oo aud d J 'right l tiid
the under .lK,'d a ill off, r for
B _rc tlLt- "ou I l huu-.e dor at
M ~l~le. Florida I,-it**n thr, I. *I t1
I of sale. on MlNIdav. .Marei;-l. 1
R to the high.-t and best bidder
itfer torra-li. 'i. loil, iw ing df.-.< rib
Plimonal jro i.. i to. it: O)ne-
0tart ",u!, ,aini<. "Elb', "
K twelve I12 s,.ars old.
iae to i*e oid as.. thi- prol-'rt.
i defendant. to satisfy said dt
aid enWts
Sleial .Ma.te-r in Chancery.
klelhtm' for ('onajelainant

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- -The Florida Agricultuml Experiment Station-

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A thorough preparation of the soil is necessary to produce the largest
crop of any kind Whatever crop is to be grown, the main point is to get
the soil in the beat possible condition for a good seed-bed. Such preparation
retains the soil moisture. and puts the soil Into the proper physical condi-
tion for the growth of roots. The thorough preparation of the seed-bed re-
duces the cost of cultivation during the growth of the crop by at least one-
During the spring planting season the groeud is usually dry. The past
two seasons, for Inttance. have been too dry for good germination. except-
Ing where the land was prepared early. Hence it is necessary to till the
soil early so as to retain a large percentage of the a.olsture which was
received during the fall and winter. A large amount of moisture can be
* kept In the soil for a considerable time by proper preparation and later
cultivation. We should plow early in the winter (say, In Janudry). and If
there is much grass or weed on the ground the plowing should be deep
enough to bury everything out of sight.
As soon as the land is plowed it should be harrowed thoroughly, sad
again harrowed at Intervals of about ten days or two weeks until the crop
is planted. Just when the harrowing should be done will depend on the
weather, but the field should be harrowed often enough to retain a good
soill mulch; that is. the surface of the soil. to the depth of one or two inches.
should be kept thoroughly pulverized. This will prevent a large part of the
moisture from evaporating and being lost before the crop is planted. It is
especially Important to run the harrow over the ground after every raft.
This breaks the slight surface crust that is apt to form, and prevents the
loss of moisture to the air. In the dry spring of last year. we were able,
by this method, to retain sufficient moisture in the soil to germinate Cotton.
corn. and velvet bean seed. This surface cultivation should be continued
even after plowing. The correct agricultural practice is to plow deep when
preparing the seed-bed, and give shallow cultivation during the growth of
the crop.
Our best farmers have learned from experience that it is better to plow
up the whole field; for listing between the old rows and leaving the mid-
dles to be broken out later puts the land in the worst possible shape for
retaining the moisture which is already there, and also, for absorbing any
rain that may fall.
It is well-known that we often lot-e fro=. ".0 to 75 per cent. of the value
of the fertilizer by not having the soil in lproper condition at the time of
planting ity thorough preparation of the soil we not only save a large part
of the fertilizer we apply each year. but at the same time we bring about
such conditions as tend to hasten plant growth. We also increase the
water-holding capacity of the soil by adding organic material to It. through
plowing under the remains of plants left on the land by the previous crop.
A soil may contain enough available plant food to produce a heavy crop;
but may be so wanting in humus that It cannot hold moisture enough to
germinate the seed well. or to make a satisfactory growth of the crop.
When the land is prepared early in the season more time is given for
the raw soil to weather, and for all traih and weeds plowed under to decay.
A better seed-bed is insured; for more time can be given to the work. and
the soil also has time to settle and become firm enough to establish capil-
larity between the subsoil and the plowed soil, so as to Insure sufflent
moisture in the seed-bed for germination and to tide the growing crop
over a long dry period




Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building, Jacksonvills, Fla.

We Imy andi sell Local :Scurit;es of All Kinds.
nlce i'lited.


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One of the met val uable ebuies
of our Wseve, to our inb-sr h ar sad
te the pubmie generally, is our sense
tie. with the etemnelve leoag diamee
limes of the Amerilm Telephone so
Telegraph C N my an th others we
soaedNell Telephone eempamlnes.
We emn t.ho:ands of miles of tong
distance -"es in the seven States to
whilh we .rate and In addtion an
onnmet :. y sWephene in our system
with lime xtending to Oy ether elty
In which a Sell Teolephene system is
Thens lag diatase Hues nan of the
meat modern soand Improved somntre
tic" and are maltained at a Migh
atato of effsiney. The IMI syAsia

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Yellow I al,. l......2 .75
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3f Ow vimusbaibmes rumored fro= Use cizemlafim.TM. : mt MIS
dh bod wil somwe or hktr, owsn a ft"b one"& of the rebi,
its hideom"s&destrtiesymVptomsof slammow moth a" ON a -4, ao
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L ad What Is O-w
WaI and
no H e0 t" City.

1s ina bulk. W. 8. Dor

Ho it af t Rtaerard is

d- of Merrito8 was In

ad Graham
^|-ta narle.
- of Archer
l ty yesterday.
bgeogre, day

gour In

was a vis-

sad alght

Vmgperated apples Just ar-
9 Dorsey & Co.
S the new pietares to ap-
Meote Tbeatre.
Sli yesterday for a short
a to Jacsonvlle.

Mrs -fte tufty.
pictures get better ev-
at the D eetric Theatre.
s.the mill man of Raleigh.
to Galnesville yesterday.
isacheon and Philadelphia
ebwees. W. S. Dorsey & Co.
Sllry. deputy sheriff of Wind-
a visitor to the city yester-

I. Dell, Jr.. returned yester-
a short visit to relatives at

re cents to see the moving
in the afternoon draws the

SPwell left yesterday for Red-
he goes to visit his daugh-
ra tw days.
L M. Tison of Providence Is
d and will visit his parents
a abort while.
S Clers of Trenton, a prominent
man of that section. was a
to the city yesterday.
dive on crockery and glass.
ila line and secure some of
Saunders & Earle.
s msa Entenza and Ruby
two attractive young ladles
were shoppers visiting
Sat, a merchant of Morriston.
1B As city yesterday. He was
here as a witness in a civil
4M*id was beard before Judge

p of Alachua. a representa-
S e of that section. was
SM l1 visitors to Gainesville W\ed-
While herp he made a pleas
I0M at this office
'--g crates; lawn slati; two-
wn biads-manufacture our usual
S of excellence Ask our lo-
p1eWrs. Let us book your order.
g La-ter Co. Micanopy. Fla.

w wal e ir ue own oaefor% nad
Of ther obti irE sbuidM ever be
a-ofMEur N Graysr O wet Pow-
for orow throughout ise se&-
M (k Up Cud. Cure Feverliaess.
tshl aDisorders. Headdebe
Tit-froabt %TXH OWDERS*
IL tsell Du ar U Se
s Nl mbulituI A trIal package
96 u to M1 aotkr *eb wll ad-
Phs O oa MdrLeB Roy. N. Y.

Oainesville Lodge No.
nW0. B. P. O. KL-Meets
tonight at 7:30 o'clock
ton Elks' Home. Visit,
tag brothers cordially
welcomed. R. IDavis,
I M. _Dell. Jr.. Secretary.

.Will be the cup of coffee that Is made
from our exquisitely flavored Mocha
aAd Java that has an aroma that puts
new life snd appetite Into those who
artse with "that tired feeling." We
pride ourselves on our high-grade
choice coffee" and teas. and as we are
expert judges we pick the best from
the market.; of the world.


Boneless herri a to glass. W. 8.
Dorsey & Co.
Dock Johns of Waldo was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
Smoked halibut and boneless cod
sbh. W. 8. Dorsey & Co.
Speelal attention paid to ladles'
ade at Rutherford's Restaurat.
Dr. Warren of Luklns was among
the visitors to Galnesvllle yesterday.
Positively meno ood eed at the
proeet prica after today at Hyde'ls
Mrs. Miselle of Oak Lawn visited
the city yesterday on a shopping ex-
E. W. Millican. the naval store pro-
ducer of Waldo, was here on business
Sfo the many rare values offered
for the wind-up of the great Hyde
eale today.
Mrs. Geo. Davenport left yesterday
for Mlicanopy. where she accomlanted
her husband.
Dr. M. H. DePass left yesterday for
a short professional visit to Dutton
and other West End points.
Gainesville gets the best moving
pictures to be purchased, for the Elec-
tric Theatre has the contract.
T. B. Stringfellow left yesterday for
i business trip to Ocala., having been
railed there on urgent matters.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johuson.
Pure apple eider delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
"allas. N. Francisco. Phone 223.

Cheapest accident Insurance-Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil01. Stops the pain
and heals the wound. All druggists
sell it.
W. H. Plnholater of Bradford coun-
ty. member of the school board, was
in the city yesterday on business with
County Superintendent Kelley.
Egg-O-See. fifteen dosen packages
Just received, and we are selling it at
mnly 7 cents package. Try a package
for your breakfast. Saunders & Earle.
C. I. Melton and Dr H. L. Mont-
gomery of Micanopy were visitors to
the city yesterday, having come
through the country in Mr. Melton's
W. H. Byles of Windsor Is In the
city visiting the family of H. Ramsey.
'n North Gainesville. and also attend-
ing the session of the Bible Confer-
There is nothing more refreshing
than a glass of pure apple cider. I
sell it for 6 cents a glass or one dol-
lar per gallon. N. Francisco.
Phone 223
James Holder, wife and little son,
Russel. who have been visiting the
family of Dr. J. L. Kelley for the past
few. days, returned to their home at
t'ltronelle .%etrday)




Capital, $75,000.00 Surplus, $17,591.74

W. k. TIoMA. Pre h.. ent rK. |Itil; I\lF. l-t \<.. I'. P -.
L D TI' kNERt, C'l& ..r \\ I. TAL. 1.li I \ I'.-.

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Barrel of fresh frh petat eblps
Jiws arrived. W 91 ltwrsey & Co.
Oeretall yewr future needed today
the last day ef the great Hyde sale.
Ilon .1 A k,'.Inrouguh of \WiIdlt
%il- a %i-itr to the city ye. tTrdyt.i
Mrs. J A. Murrell of Mlcntosh was
a:nong he shoppers vlilting the cit)
Mrs. J. Haynesworth of Hl....**
worth station was amanH the visitors
to the city yesterday.
Mrs. 0 I. Weeks and Miss Belle
Geiger were among the Waldo shop-
pers visiting the city yesterday
Mrs. Henry Simpoon of Micanopy.
who has been visiting relatives in the
city. returned to her home yesterday.
Three hundred new pictures will
appear In the market this week. and
the Electric Theatre will get the pick.
Excursion to Cuba January 30th.
Round trip Tampa to Havana. $25.
Call on or write Audrews Trading Co.,
TheIMst dayy of the steupendeu
Hyde ale. Many rare bargalas have
meen put n to make this day the bigW
gst the male.
Hotels aad boarding-bouses sabhould
call around and see the great bargains
n canned vegetables a means at
Saunders & Earle.
Miss Irene MeCreary left yesterday
for Mianopy, where she will be the
guest of her friend. Miss Luey Ford.
who Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Sue
H. s. Studstil. J. I. StarliUn and
Oscar Turner formed a trio of
Trenton visitors to the city yesterday.
They came as witnesses In a civil case
before Judge Mason.
J. M. White of Morriston was In the
city yesterday. He isa a former esal-
dent of this city, having been engaged
as salesman here for a number of
years, and his friends were glad to
meet him.

We receive two shipments a week
and are sole agents for Oswald Jaeger's
famous Milwaukee rye bread. Small
loft, 15 cents; large, 25 cents. Try
one. It's delicious and healthful.
lBrown House.
Chlckerin,. Knabe. Mathuhek.
Flacher. Ivers & Pond and other lead
img makes of pianos sold by me for
cash or oa Installment plan. See me
before buying. W. L. Hill, Opera
House Bulding.
Deputy Sheriff Bruton yesterday lev-
led on two horses to satisfy a claim
held by Ambrose Welch and Jobshn El-
lison. ton the western part of the coun-
ty. The horses will be held by the
sheriff pending a settlement of the
J. W. McDowall of Newberry was
in the city yesterday visiting his fam.
ily. who are now living here. He
states that the mining city is one of
the most active places in the State,
and things are always lively In that
part of the county.
Mr. L Coles, of C. H. Coles & Son.
Jewelers and Opticians, Is attending
the annual meeting of the Florida
1ate Optical Society held at Ocals.
Mr. Coles Is a graduate of two of the
best optical colleges and Is building
up a very fine optical business.
Alfred Richardson. who has been
foreman of the sidewalk builders of
Palatka. has moved to Galhesvllle and
will be glad to furnish estimates and
enter contracts for laying granolithic
sidewalks. He gives Major W. R.
Thomas as reference as to his abUtty.
The sad death of Mrs. 8. 8. Malphurs
occurred at the residence of her
grand-daughter. Mrs. W. L Beck. In
East Gainesville. at 2 a. m. Suuday
The interment was at Antioch ceme-
tery Monday noon. she having been
a life-long memnilr of Antioch Hlaptist
J E. Williamn. 8 00. Harron and J.
A Ward. all of tell. are among the
visitors to the city They eanie to
make arraigeniente to build a new
.'Chool hou>U" at that place, as they are
the irua.t,-ib of tff-e school there and
the (onditiuii of such demlanda a new
and Ilijou* omii(lous buildliug
.MrIb F" T M-Couruick ill letac to-
lda for Ne,. York and lialtlmore.

'A 114r",11 111,11 9 041p to lour('iiMt.' her
:'-lI i lig :,-- of nallhiiear) She sill
% !-It tht.' rhucinelia l liAeeh and
'AIll 1.#.r:.*uIMA I. @'l-t'('t I he' i-tf(Mk. a hlcli

Nlrt. fHunoSuic'$al' f Virgiia aI.diulgh
(41 t4)f the- lmi-ii~tii4'1 (ol J It liroan
LA a'Mrtim ii. III.th- (it) andtI i- a IMuefi
it (ti.I,(aw tisa'tllt-iItiroth,',i it, la% (eel
ll A~ 'I I L .t 18. -Tis t.! ait., for

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Dr. M. H. DePas J.L. Nedlin W. R. t"-w--
T. W. Slua Hery Drab
Robt. D. Cmrwford John F. Jakoma 0. A. F hldil

Mrs. WI Porter tof WhMe wu Is
the ctr yomoday. Me w Maomm
pmled by t o fr4 C. I. L t.
or of Jao.nmvtIu. who hao bee v-
INs her for the past fw daI

Mrs. W. J. Carseo. who has teem
1est of Mr. and Mrs. K Melar I
this city for e past mw dssm r
turned to her home yesterday.
was aeompaned as fr am Redmbd
by Mrs. Molmar. who returned on
noon train.
D 3r. CA. nLv crt 7mo m-m
has opened odess at CmwbuN
Davis istabeas nad s11@s a AM o
the public Iesiessa. N Is a W-a
of the Kansas Vesrtleary Cook am
s bhere to practice bhi poeai
Cdlls answered day r a nht. He
dentistry, -cat- and dm-_ al rsesh
prompt a* 'utloa.

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Sekm Ias'tlesw bat w aduertt
mest tbake for lmees 30 m eggit. S
wor ndIake a lie; me bactlel Mme
eve" wY wd -a eWab el6 "s.ng aa
i nadltocal UMi CAN In -dvae--

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FOR RENT-rlve-roon etHnm At
ply S K Liberty street.

OI)T-Half grown potter dog; white
and brown spotted; aimedd "Joe."
W' I. ,L

. ANTED- To sell my interest la the
Maddox Foundry and Machine Co.
on account of iII health. P. Maddox.
Archer. Pla.

POI'NlD--A;old brooch set with pearls.
Owner may have same by calling as
this oflce. identifylag property anad
paying for this advertisement, leav-
Inl whatever reward that is right


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Capital, $100000,(X). Surplus, $50,000.00

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daY evestng. from which thbe latte W ...t* afl. iefuit hrh t-ars and had l!ward (a~rtuitk %sa'
die Is a few maiutes. Mal, Iturtai offt-maaagu' aire- furnishe.d do-ad, he thought lit- us an earl) at- Attention, Stenesil IIIcamp!
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creased attendance miaklg their stTv thr a-ms mid a 1itithe r tm he. 114 "1 Iuror JI-ekatma il''mailtat trvr l-Ijortu will tI hi Aji *to h
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PbstmaatwrMorse of Earlfrtun. *kW )di-a.s-troux tin..Ow 1 j-vach irail it ftillus tt~&iopt lar i-a uaiti ti .._vj0~e, 1pl ..a malaalg Ilmaltti i lt' A at
Is alw asmrchant and null muan. %as ,14 *Eiatio'lb.- a -mlirtt r a,.u jIII e-ad tto llea..at omat.liv re
tramaug buinssin toan Mawr- ,-t.&-.t~eIlaaI) dr) lii farmumer 48 yrars old, HORATIO)IAI
daY. ala. had it..%eirrv-4ad afl'-Smpirrsl.raid('a
am_ C. ILePOWrMAndWOof Jack- e OWOkwGo SI is sho hwad no optimion buat &&am po.sed JXO. C. M'OIZW. Ad




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.The uliMOeo f thd mei*" Is
SmWas ks kb o:so to hr oI
JiAW awm er-f t r ...... 375*5
Hs t Mi mm I m0 D bs, er.o.. ..* TALEAI a ., Jan. 2.- rust b ome eo letters roeeeiv i
rKim r t .um i....... INS"ah -. Caspbees er he bes ma U anymom Sour*es
m oom I o *lM. n.. i M of. 0 .........14&,Mu0oft em sm-t atheD a mows t the lMu t, t
s Mwi ry Mn a~~ y OKk, M... Pid7.on da of Prida. Th Ce r cooper come et UMdr th ~thremtlo
S4e1 iss1 Male Dibl m r. ..... ". m 0 haa become we laseroo the Governor was lipeled to pe g
ea Mbe A ape s M ai A lemse dr...... tarU g tla t outry. became e mthe ex tin o the death s
"a -- b49 G M KM @A. G ewbeUM .......... 9,1r h theoW Me du havinghad b ihrit Witn at Tral.
IMig Jete a se eitty....... .-TM a sseoe b .te G lv eors k O l
l&A "orm In WJ si e yg it y. ... ...... lp lM te S y e G. v .Gov. Gi OlchiterIst the third GeovMi
ad lN Mabel ahesa ey lt...... t21.4S twh -Is s tha to st ao Cooper's ca. Gov. 0 ati
M-'s KtIt A. trnkiemi. M .S M4 Cooper MasU onmvctd of klag J. Is himself from the county of D G,
to K- M tlale Bkl dty ...... 12.10 H. Bowman. the town m a d o wer thecrte was comar tted. r
9~ ISNEW IsIBM mL M s HdeM tY...... 07"M Punta Goada. and has been t te Do- wA a wtnessu I the cae. The w
Mrs L s l ~M. L- WSO, HghW CnJrt".A... r.7 y t A eoh hsM s ton f the Board of Pardon syeai
MOM Aai rrs BIe ...... .....7.8W onictin T ase was me of the
N lomve Ma l IMs Miansle ShawL h ... 7.725 m" sabboraly fought ever rorg on lcarceationU of Cooper It is .
96sK b C. IL cat. MNooy.... w4 In the State of Flori There was a dertood that publice sestimentaetma
WOOftMs 4Me l da West- Kim^ m al e L arg. ...4. 4.l* re e ate os by the gread jary. bet ha has changed considerably. Md
no wese h i wdht ism G lM lambert, city.....4.10 this w wth hout reslt r sot ar as t ction of thbe board wll prob
__L S __1 (wt_ __ board paued the followtng reeslu
__ Kims Devema liaR. Waldo..... .370 ('ooper was o e meet with general approval. .,
Mime L anders,Hawthern ... 2.1. 0 board pase the following 01latl:
Mrs. A. W. Sargst........... .136 Goea H In Eaw. commuting his sentence to life irmp
s l. Rhy' Awlbright........... .W Gove&anor Jennings. who preceded oaamt:
is Mary Tiyleah, MtY....... 1.6 Governor P rr-1 inu office. leed the "Whereas. tIsab Cooper wasU a
B e Kim. Fel Iand s ty........ Mbr warr: r his death. bt ibh evicted 1 4 ofmurderandM has
S*NtMM w wasJ wthC: :ai Just a few minutes be- no Arcadia Jail under seatease i
SI-- he the9 A rC| t AT -tCAMOV ore t -he doomed man. :d -th for ve years, and
i W M rt AT .The ^Sax e ganlast Cooper was o' Whereas. two former Goveir
a m Pae. He in O N V Peoplef t". &_ 1 .y Dall0tl MIeise th the Governor was haned lave decled to have death wanam
an ft of TWO. I s* te th.>a nlgLt at Punts Gorda. .ecuted, the Pardo o Board de6M
a s a A a bM Twi drtrlt hi admltration of t t. subatantl Justlee will b ab di
o wn M Ler ?-. 0did Governor reward I- *- by commutation of asetene I
a. as Opem b e w aropy. We p ath warrant for Cooper. but Ioaprisosmeat for life."
b ae s eas evel permwb ns* e ed tw 'til did he withdraw the war The setese was commuted.
I sr o .a...e.a.r even" b.b ammuch to
s i L- armve tme pape t the larse
$ A' 11141 ba r f vai iters new o stepping thew.
s mas V" w s Iame@a k- TMoa nsloervsr Orchraewas en t
Sasihaat It be am to rnito u te mus O e I Uon T leslman nt WordlTo
1 M t feted. b dt it- ease ton. and tt bpart of the erea
a iaatS Wh alaUdf ttg's amuameut was all that couM
Sator Ow isald bf eA lt n
eI Mil th eastah^ W 4tia TBehsi ti i ely another o0 thee e l D V ed
01" MaISSU" eaga -t-0 rather dety events whict the yeoa folks,
Sima o Mdt -_- -- the road have dsobed in to have the necessary
a im WE N e ~I- abl e to tallke ,U m aaM t ad pastime drting the NASHILLE. Tea.. Jan. 7.-When to capital punishment, was acwe-hld
a el ten t tO rase writer smahe and they are meeting the seond veasre of Ave hundred as juror No. 9.
.hi aoe ath. with the highest os Omedatiou from taloaeM was *xa*sd Yesterday ,e Judge to Go to the Devi'
WOO* l 1 a M ear has bees os- all of the yaem ladles for whose bens. without the completion of the jury to 0. W. Kelber. one of the tale
tj W fgM7 W Mr eight, pet it they ar givs try Col. Cooper. hRoea Coop. when t lmoned. said:
SpM as Se vesry emaersa fa the Bids the viwtors from Mclntosh, er sad Jothn D. Sharpe for the alaytai n* *sumnd
M ---ta o the ath a"d Boardman. rast n so and other poIat of t ormer Senator W. Carmack. "Tell the judge to go to the deL I
e I WUs insetdi a r&ma- large m mb0r of Galaesville yosag Jadge Hart annouhed that he would am too busy to serve as a Jurr-
be bwa a feeg Uoe tr ifreiht b a. atsu.aded. devote today to th hearing of The ocer who served him rodt"
S ISeo se Woest os aftime i. Phila. charges aganlast Jurors LAIgh and to Judae Hart and Kelber was braOM
debwa tA New Tk a r the P me are v her apareuts Rev. Jacks MesaUme he drew another in. ,
4011 -- NeurA di e Ot Moar Mad Mrs. D. L Braalah. vealre of 0ve hundred same ad the "Sit down over there." said *
Me 0" vnMa&. Rev. WIMI. Pugh is out asals. but sheriff aunM ing the for service court. "I won't send you to the d.
The essighM of the red weulM danessM geefte weak and does not Friday. right away. bet Il send you 901
44 Kr. M uan.U wti W he ha itOs recuperate at s ee his ilaess. Juat before urt adjoermed yester- place else after awhile." F. N. OG
dede.e a Omiat MAst r tah Cards arme at anmang the aor- day afternoon the State led charges was willing to sit on the Jur.
0b Sa hAM e M as r ande rtage e M01s wt hel Laar a Jolly ad aalast Juror H. C. Jaekao. claminta though he was a friend of Jobsw
111s ft 01 p0l1e weVO be Mr. Willia B. Harvard February that he was Incompetent because he Sharpe. ose of the defendants .Cl
- a r & Neita a ofm th*e at the Metho st church. Misa Jolly I was an habitual dransard. The State two years ago, be would notr vo
wrt seb ebi gag pert. 01 th e is o-* our meet charming yemg has been trying *sne* last weak to get hagaing
Bhis tg alin. ladles. a daughter of Dr. A drew and a hearian on the charge agalaet "lnce then." be said. "I've n
Mrs. Jel JoUy. and Kr. Harvard is Juror J S. iglh and its witnesss Paul's wr k igs. and he lat raY5.
S*. i Oa proalUent baOhe.. man of Utve weor u-m oed to pear today, alt yourselves to all authority a
Oai w b bohth cae wil be une I ato, ordinanoe that be over re.' *o 1 e
Mr. Joseph Winter died Sunday Mat Hard of th Killing. lieve the law is authorlty "
e W U Ul fter a second attack simIlar to their You would liket to gEt oE, '
asrt which occurred moths ago l wh chars againt to oquir.d Judge Anderson of the defl

Is Coiepanlon _ne of the o t ..
-wh- knew himchated by ong b of those already elected may te re- The hearing today itb href@
to neampanesd later He has had Dr identlied with the 8 A I. Railroad duced by the' cour makes it extreme to the two jurors. Iligh and
Ptasee 01 thle place aad inDa~aa ose capacity or another, and was ly improbable that th*e tase^**. m, wll aromiie to be interesting
ad MKaolatry of OGlaneTile attend as the road when taken by his last be sworn in bt for or". thate next ludge Hart allowe-d Keit*r to 1o
Ight Iessea and brought house uicons ious wtes his bomne last nlht. but ordered
A am a1 aelli Degltsh accldestally Hi. fuseral was largely attended. the H P JcAk **" S biakaaith :. to report promptly today> r.r inii'e
Sa her colored boy, a o *er trieta bhing coduadtd at the years old. at lib... l the- coumtr) t..l of his alleged colndut abbile
Caham. with a shotgua on iatTr ouse and rene..ert b.y r T I. 7. has uoT rread lHaiwr for twen>-Ii)-e-gbt llg ummnined- an a Juror


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133~ PrflIKPYtJJ IrlN: JANITAKY M 19



HyWoel (pronounced High-o-me)
will ive the sufferer from catarrh
rolei in Ave minutes.
It is euch a remarkable cure., and
so positive In Its action, that J. W.
McColhum & Co. go so far as to guar-
antee It to cure catarrh or money
A complete outfit. which consists
of a hard rubber pocket Inhaler, a
bottle of Hyomel. and a unique drop-
per for Ailing the inhaler, only costs
one dollar, and If an extra bottle is
afterwards needed the price is only
50 ceuetl
Hlyomel is a healing. antiseptic bal-
sam. taken from the mighty euca
lyptua trees in the health-giving for-
ests of Australia. here disease of
the respiratory tract arte unknown
All the sufferer has to do is to in-
hale the antiseptic air of H.oitel
over the Inflanmed larts w here the
germs are entrenched, three- or four
tinis a da.
It cur-e coughs. colds. asthma, hay
fever at croup without stouach

aio w ms A..k....dbeu amb.
S om& "bmad a&t 6ada |
SO MWs esa 6 iW as




Peiy TheNsed Celers tI Cash
la bated a fareowers Tfim
by Thi Sig Sae.

roem WedaMdeays nafly Us:
Aleha farmers are saain happy.
having dimposed of all their hold-over
estate whok has been a dra on the
mrt o"r the -p seveal meths.
There has bees 4W0,M iam tar.
ed iesM thore wthin the past few
day ad this eetionm I espeeally
hoapM as It is had a tedency to
M ea trade sad put some of the
d had eash toa rmlattes.
TIMs deal aledl the armersn
to pay theMir eblatss sad have
Smres eve left over., whI wUl as
dot them tost ru 1Wr the seing se-
se; beides the mershats will Msw
be smeed m to met their blass,
wMhib ashes things right all th Msa

The chae -has bees remarkably
stleeUble an trade edrcles already.
anad eeles i better tin that place
the It as been for month. twith-
setading the ftet that this Is general-
fr the d seasons with them.
MaNy of the growers will not plant
as heavily the comea season as they
have Ia the past sad the growers hope
to regulate the pricteees to some degree
in this way.

A OGeWgom Aueal% taftnmeet.
r several years I was alseted
with kidaey trouble sad last winter
I was Middesy striches with a severe
palm Ia my kidneys ad was confined
to bed eight days aable to get up
without sa-ataaee. My rine com-
talned a thiek whte sediment and I
pased mm freq t utly day and night.
I -Mn ae-d taking Foley a Kidney
emody. and the pa n gradually
abated sad ally eassed and my
urtae became aornaL I cheerfuUll
,mmea-d Folte's Kid1Mey Remoedy.
J. W. IMeConIam CO.

Firm WedsedaRs ay Sue:
Famt Car ef Canebbae.
The irt ear of cabbage for this soa-
m* left here Tuesday. The ear was
leaded by dierest growers and was
oms .asoed to New York. In a few
days the shipments will be heavy. and
gprower expect good returns.
The warm weather has played havoc
with lettuce. sufficient cold weather
not having been experienced to cause
It to head, acd if cold weather does
not come oon all of the crop will go
to seed. as Is already the case with
many Selds.


And Hawkina. Spitting, Sules Muset
Ge Too.

H. F. Duttam, J. G. NicholS J. A. Maultshy, M Veunalle, W. R. Thom^
J. B. Paduptt, G. K. Broouw, W. B. Taylor.





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SL)r 1. H. DePatm J. L. Medlin W. R. Steekert"
# T. W. L onds Henry Davis
Robt. D. Crawford John F. Jackson C. A. Fairclot

Tm IminU Slicki, Whether Larg e lI
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47 aIn Nr Shait
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f~g Drinking Wate.

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OW o( the friend! of Wain-
wirfe and two daughtr~-
COer and4 Myself m!g!.t
in bearing from u.9. I
k'lne's about our % int#.r

Is 6S miles southwest

9";h Rae can couatar.
lilt in adrA1,t35ak-va

6"A rst thou 9" ,

*e Wgbe~t putnt In h

voal drainav' TI- t-:
,lpthought of e*!,---r g-xi
bY natu:- L..t~ia-.dr
they bs~g-au i,.#irct:.:
of bles,.inu. N,.
wonderful I'g,~
SM the Corpora~te ~
1ythe CITY r frd'.-~

ID saY in the UnIte-l It
be Swateir 5Ystprn 3whi(h ':
1Wthe eft y. by % h;-h r
0to the b-i.at .:

No mgbt to (""r, a..''4!

j 6MOof Gain-'I r,-.: '


were sickly *y years a .

Sc tt' EuMom
S60 malkr's eMs. Th bd

It a dpowr Mhta m
iR o It mde Ipwe Ih ah

-, -- od n a
o m 9m= Ad who w4drpa ad
wrT MTL foodm and oWL at l&






Already Has Abcut Two Carloads of
Exhibit T:gether-ExperimentalI
Station to Have An Exhibit.

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Wtetts are Iiit~- -I *' r. T.i> -t .-.c ~ ul is!-
tht ?f'rmi-h Rt.]!-Iso :..z ~'Lr.~ ,.
soMET of th-. I*.'~ ..~ .. ta, a r.-a hi
am ueon eta c'.*!' 2 i ?i t. .'i :,o:I cp~.--to trpLtn,-

Stime to *~t h. '; r!-a.u t. ar r I 9
foritis !t n If ~.v3t il* 2-I.. d. a:.d tth. ir', i of a gr-at nia:.y
toDo r c-t%' n t .i f zC!,".- ari' --?,tiat Lzave a! Y*-tI ,t

oriisa SUNNYT


Music at Coeftrence Preving a Draw.
ing Feature and Much Good is
Anticipated from the M~esting

From Tuesday a Daily Sun.
Th. rv-gular Wint'.r l~ible Confer-
1-..cti ha.., he. n i f.-a-ure of the
--.:t. *tA. rtainni-m-i r= tr the Ia-t
rr- s .A t o ff un I. r the c(,!-t

'I ii'e~i~ito r.--ult frv'm he
s:- as L~. .i~eIzworken- hak..,
*..u-. .; a' i u~a
An ~.r a ti]d 7y 1' a :I at Of
Xh*- %ork this year %,.il bt :hre high-
( a- n.i-:in corflvC ien nith Ca

.~ ~ :-J L. Hall and
17' : H '~ ~. i.?.iT f ,rta'-r oe-

T.Janco. at th ?- O.n!~g or,

*'in:*-.. I :azz a qii;:ar tni-*-t:ng. the
&.!:y a l-ra(. be tr.f; f-d 'with Pk..-0
31i alI f nhorn took a dt-.. i~ttrt-st
lir H C. Mcrr-',.n. Iiihoj. of the
M.N-.-t ; Icopas Church. Sumth.
1rt-a. L-1 olr-~nmfl5 srmon. which
wa- i l a;.1-r-t-~at-4 b-, the large

A -Ilo by Proft Hall at tb~s service
was. alhc a ft-ature that wa, hbighly

On Mlon lay at 2"p. m Pi--toj.
Murr-'2 aain le~ivrei.-d 2an lflt-rva-S
rn t : lh w a f o: -I i n t it
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Luk.- Prot..--ant Ejlscopal


r,)m Wedno.'da's Daily Sun:
T!.- r~dd a) *w.-.1-OL off the Flor-
Ia V.:t.r i C :.rt~~. which

IT:. t'%C~r wail tended by large
~ r.'~ 1.'r~the c::~y. as well as a

ow ya -. *" .' -, r a't -. -.- u" a* sI*.* -l' Us u s g a e
I is aid no citY in l',rdrid In ev-ery morning at 1,' o'clock is pror-
ambr wealth and comfortalt;- The exhib0 will b,- co.;pos.d large- r.g most iant-resting. and large sum-
IM poPulation i btwen I vof agricultural lroduct-. tut :.- me .can t. e-n with tbt!r Bibles at-
E .Mi 5 All kind of rur.ne.-s f t.e factories a:,d mines %.il be tweding the.e meetings for the good
i.en and their, arT at1nci-b. r,;.:..---ntd in th. exhibit. togrth-r ;'at Il be accomplished. The Young
sI-N-s. The land if pru,4.rly T!th o.o- fruit* The Major 1s Pe.>,i work is attractin consider-
prodnces Sea Island cotonl. ig.ly -.. .- d with the ,uc.c .r he able attention and much good will be
M a. earn. cane.. oats. .rce has nade in gttiun thlh eu: rrise so ,accomplished from this special course
Irish potatoes, caibag.. hit-. far advanced ibthout the aid usually Work along the me lines will be
Most of the rg.tabl,.- are -xti.ndtd to the promoter of such a followed up today, and as many of
worthy cau ithe citizUen as possible are urged to
hba 14 churches., ven Alachua county can and always has present and it in the hr..t~sa
I ad seven for colored p.o- made a crt-ditable showing in the ag-
h a two bottling work. two ricultural line. and this exhibit will be
wagon shops. one daily. :'o excei.tion to the rule. as Major Luc Lt CotYr. o
a paper and one week. Teach claims to have this exhibit es- rank J. Cheney make oa.th tt
Three railroads come here lecially comilhte he is senior partner of the Arm of
lor banks, which, by the "- F. J. Cherny & Co-. doing business In
1 a 4 pe cEnt on small deposits. cinttfle Speaking the City of Toledo. County and State
al i a well-nflled stores, em- CsistsI in punalshmnt onlyW vWh orestd. --~ "** -!1 farm will pay
afythin in the conomercial a child is actually bad. Some moan th0e n of ONE HtN'DRED DOIL-
there are fine s. hols The ers think that all crying is badness- LARS for each and every case of ca
go Florida is h.-re and In it's not. When your baby cries. look tarrh that cannot be cured by the uae
i-- th it an experiment sta- for pins or some external cause; if of Hall's Catarrh Car.
t government. The weath- you can't And them give the baby l .AXK J. CHUNYT.
r compares favorably w!th White's Cream Vermifuge. as the Sworn to before me and subecrtbed
alihts are cool. But we chances are it is suffering from worms in my presence, this 4th day of Do.
witdows up Ther, are no which keep it hungry and cross all cember. A. D. 1's.
h the time. Pleasant to take-sure tn W. JLEASOX.
SIts action. Price i5 cents. Sold by (Seal) Notary Public.
l T. Much Pace. W. M. Johnacn. Hall s Catarrh Cur is taken In-
hl If you had one face too ternally. and acts directly on the bkxd
Ue you have neuralgia, don't New Cigar Factory. and mucous ,ur!ares of the system
' b the face-you may need From Tuesday's Daily Sun: Send for te,:lr.onia:s tree
I t rid of the neuralgia by AnotL.r ;.w tigar factor;. ha. F J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0
aflsard' Snow L.;..ment. !,t" : ,tsr.! i. ;a::. --.. it.:- -. S-!d ty a! druggists. 75c
Oft Ia the world for rhetu ta.r & H '!.' ,:. T. .i' .tr'd. Take Halls Family Pi!. for constU-
sralIgla. burn cut- scaI4s. :. .,. .. .. .rr..- .t. r patos..
b Sad all paalL Suld by W" :/ t.. :t,:;:t, i':.e .; Returns H Un *rm4.
P .:. n.... 5 '
S Mr A t L a :. .
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laMs .............S 42. l317
Ordraftt ......... 277.4
r.I. Bodsa........ XL*W
Rlj Estate. hwaip
tue sad txtwm .t ji4
Cash and Eschaag 47.3.JS

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720, 722, 724, 72 % caset 6., a :,


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; TY. Tenn.. Jan. 24.-- Nerv-
..; .Is hands, Id Marrhall.
complicity In the murder
S ..:n Rankle by night r
this afterseen tI his own
S-. ;' ,"., Irt crowd that has
S. night r trials breath-
":d to every word uttered
:11. ttbected to a rigid
atlom. t wites several
S, ae cofsed and gave
.i y atlcting with
'* ".... ..- of Ma ql8l@y.
.:.o w ;o e m- might rid-
.-'.1r when they mane to
fd Mve "M some order
u a d M thit wlaf e joa-i

ied and ms bpro perty r-
-.e;t wit Fred Plnto. ro-
tese: d to haf. to the re
" ,Z. -. : -i took the jath.
ra zk ..'' i .-tt with tm a masT of
Sathly denied parcpat-

-., ,* aPM Id not be
S' ** ( iaeHr as. s ead

Cat d OW Vtag UVO

nW g r :.-.'>mmI hi 1h .6Mvce

B.r )u4W away rM e the
4f tog tag$ p e6ime was sup-
e Ag V on *Bir an "
2v ; e, g .r1

4~A~ blblaPar bewVA
.:t e qho m m 0 9 n o t a s O
-AhI aw l bwthefrobse mo o
;C;4 ftum o=wed of

~s is inm-
thot 4w wil

OM 13 O UselI
% in do atv. and

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were to be killed, be said. he pleaded
with the leader to save their lives
Palling In this. he mounted his hor-se
read away before the firing Iwbean
1 wa nsobbing," be said. "and If
Col. Taylor knew what I did for him.
he would embrace me now."
It is expected that the argument will
he begua on Wednesday
Offtial Peet a Witnems.
Warr-n Morris. who. by his confes-




Saler TF le d In Who

WU frey Ckd.

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on was the "official poet" of the

night riders, has the
terday. He had not
ant at ay pnetlung
Stbheard Marshall
When t'apt. Rankin
witneaiss heard abe
an Intorcedin for

frst witness yes-
seen the defend-
of the band. but
was a member.
was killed. the
of the night rid-
Rankin. but did

Int know who it was.
"Moee" Barkis, an Asyrian. probably
the only member f his race who has
take ti he let wMer oath. was the
ee.d -P-wA. BArkis is now living
Ia Hickas Ihere he Is engaged
iN the Me m s binessa I
In brokeda the told the Jry
bow ke. for ftr that Ms property
wouM be ldeet pd. had Joined the
eatlaws, aad of the two meetings he
attended. He kmew mothng of Ed
Mabeiall'fs em etlm with them.

i Md has meyer been disputed by
his neighbors.

NMate' .e Di utlelttn ef Partnership.
oetice tt Merby given hat the firm
of. G. Gay & Company, composed of
8. 0. Gay and Perry M. Colson. has
his day been dissolved by mutual eon-
eept (Signed.)
L 0. GAY.
MKeaepy. a., Nov. 14. 19N.

The shaded toeameo growers of Leon
couaty arn preparing to put In a full
crop ths em ,although they still
have lnt yets crop on hand. How-
ever, It sla eeb- t tobacco and they
am natised they wIH and a market.






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% am*h d- -m es cpes from

sjg W W aw mp Byrd adine a
3mg %ft e -ta-er. 21 T fe ar me
Was ut Ig s the Clock house whe
almost Ithb- warming thossa
igmes mnw. reeks and dirt swept
twa as mie nl aMe. The part
was d set n the path of the ava
liambe d the were hurled int
o maya ad eew ered with snow.
O-kaMin the s mountain trall
the b-m rd which raged all da;
-re eight -horme teams and thU
Cmp d HlUlion stage, carrying $4,
"I An gld ad d many passenger
Gr. at amaletyb flet for their safety
The avalanche came down the moun
'*ansde with Irresetible force. Th
S men working lan the mine fled fo

ado Avalanche

- lives, but th shaft building was
* not in the path of the aslide.
S r teamster saw th slide comlang
Mad made a desperate effort to drive
out of the way. He was caught and
t brted. His dog rushed at the snowd
a banm to dig furously and kept at It
Smtil be reached the buried man, who
* epw led out unharmed.
t Da'd" Astia, hero of many a wild
y ride though the mountains and one
- of the bet tag drivers in the West.
* heard the slide when it started. He
was driving a six-horse stage called
* with people ad the horses were plung-
y tag xdamg at a gallop when he recog-
e niaid the sound. Instantly he threw
.- all his weight on the brake and suc-
s. ceeded in stopping the stage on the
r. very ed#e of the avalanche. The two
i- leaders were cut off by the mass of
* snow and debris and carried down
r the canyon hundreds of f4et below.

SCongress Eulogizes Man

i it


Who Stuck to Ills Postl

WAS1ilM;TEIN. 1)(V JailI 26 thtouxieauthe tI&, -.t, litit rant iseItj4 I i
.BjaIBIE fur uaA 1111 1IeIa I tIl l .1t i tht re u ,% Oe ?ilvaa ie' at tuar i a It a t'
'tj A t 1%i) the litoust. of Ie~i B t a gtB r tllh ci tii .* BaAatsit, hi aLA I 'l.1 111IBa
%v ea'tcrdA1- iI ti litcre s)l it, a "tiltsea I. aae rt 411.- lie j c*4 ialhi acmv i,G osiact
Jeaha& i ltuii- ta' h-Ilar vim&re 01,4 .rmetea I I Mlaaua. I 11,111. t ae* I~a lai4u,'Ia' k. -Ira.1 .aisl
.e- ard the tirMBb-.4B latiatic hutuI l~e "i. 1a111111, tt.a.- I a% 11 t e erl'Uj h(I Ii 'lc I t
.blit.' who reaaaaaitwi at hi. pei ea. it 411Blui-tilahteia of ItieIa.c vatla~ah
1 t111he 611 aslaili Ce la l da folioAi g 1,4 1- te A etAs l l ala I.. I.' VA1141 Alt- *hIti.o; hae
*illsiou d attirda% m tilt la itb '. ri,-I lla ej.&B 41M4lacal Be dt % I c ca-k to iBe. 6 it
F r. H utta 4dIof Itllijulp.aia. Iga I u 11 BA II i sa.,l ) I I aIII b 1r at 14 pit e.r .&il atot u, teaf,1
im u umslom .i to u addirteja. tli. liouase' lash aItacI.. art* tastfe,., fear e~erir
ma. a matter of public tiat. rt. a' t *,gie IteB I htadllthAt taI aMtht41a lift'lISO
Afte referriag to the cei~llhatea. %Ir datiast r Ba. aam) rr at thit a.4atae Jack
sa.el samid loud applauac. eAIeJ that ihilllataa 6 UU9 UiL- u fWOr It'



AaIk Your


wanted to find out whether or fnou Leruna is good th
I he naturally ask? Some one who never used Peruu a
1:eed astgait Pereas? Home one aetaated by selfish
*eruna for the sale of the notoriety?
no person who really wanted to know about Pernan asa*
Of course not.
ey a-k? They would ask mothers who have raised babin
icerbabtlestt tm without number. They would ask Ithep8
nilles, and know more about Peruna than all the pra
Ias. portrait and itsM anam of one of the mothers who hab
a.s raised healthy aa4 happy babies. We have many mores
statelin the Union. These mothers give thisir testimoaaist
without pay or qepectation qf pay. Their only dedme |s
mothersa metal man rellae paIdly medicine.
Oruglst fir a Free Pereiqa Alaqagc f or



The city council of Jacksonville has
passed an ordinance fixing the rate.i
charged by telephone companies In
that city.
An expert after eveinitng the Jack-
sonville electric light plant reports
that the city has made a profit ui
$30,000 since the purchase of th',
plant In 1895.

* Tampa has organized a golf club
that will have links in the neighbor-
hood of the Country Club. Col. Gilles-
pi. the weljl-kown arasota golf ex-

pert, has been asked to lay tCI
grounds. -
Eustis is proud of its boat claub
great lakes lying before an aaml r
beautiful little city give abundant
portunlty for aquatic sports.
club will hold its third celebratOIs
Wasbington's Birthday this year
X piects to have 100 boats oa
1atih t:.at day under the
of Commander George Scott
I celebration will be an elaboraW *
fair. The new clubhouse sad -
codt 5J.v4.

The want ads. do mor real
business than all other brokers n
bined-tn fact, they "start" mot 4*
the business that tte broken Id
aigetf finlt-


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Satisfaction 6ursfalged r M.Iey Sck.-

A Few ..ecia1e
\I -- a A-1la 1 Yprqa" 4 A, 'It I

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at i.:.

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Pc-ru-4ia lat

OfIL amDOW a5tsto do m1
work agsin, anI have&...,1
it..v I have-usrI ed hiIMIM~
Of PerunA 8"4 i e ,of IW
My huF44miel aml t etildRe~m
Engoed bea~ltt. IWea
Peruna in ttil. Iluea~. In
you a theausiauiel tillj
advi-e."1-Nire. Alvnau 3
114 Walnut Mu MU
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ber ,t. 19 t Galt .

C Cor es of Mar Ih

ndy ewotdy and The rtedy

gagdcr tA ntW tad Wera. .

S rubcerlptie..
Sww .laWeek Suo n $1 a year;
h5-. W.; single couples, Sc.
Adv OetiSU Rates :
al ertleCrments, 15 cents a
the first and 10 cents for each
advertisements for three.
tmraibned upon application
and Death notices Inserted
Obituarles. 5 cents a line.

our Clubbing List.
waid The Thrice-a-Week

iWekly Journal one year 1.50
aad The Semi-Weekly
one year ....... 1.50

We will not accept stamps of
degomilnsoton than 2 cents.

has received much al
g veftifl-n through the ddcion
ebe Intereats to establiln a
"ly here.

Fifth has been designated
giperintendeot Holloway as
)ft. All the public schools are
to observe the day by the
of trees.

Mw York woman is demanding
O the ground of the thir-
amendment which guaa:ntte( '
From "Involuntary ry 1-
Here is another argument for
lwelen out of Ilolitics.

Governor Gilchrist servets out
$t h as chief executive of the
I the order of promotion is ad.
o as has been the custom. hei
bt Orand Master of the greatest
padest of all secret orders-the
am Accepted Masons.

Sesokeeller'I physician thinks
G AtteaN may live to be one
beusea e always leaves the
--eas hungry. There a great
P1 pl e still with us who are
bo do that to whom the pro.
o ef hundred years is not alto.

t eaally the most Import-
S4W tIeustrles. Last year the
Ife t rm products reached the
Stotal of $7,778.000.000, which
l I tIaes that of all our mineral
leading the precious
rYldeatly the "poor farmer"
;a*h ezunct.

Syd L Carter is steadily gain-
*I a his candidacy for Speak-
Se maet House of Representa-
Me i so eminently qualified for
Ns aslble position and would
I gavel with credit to him-
W to his State and fairness
F7 member of the House.

B laHta Fruit and Truck Grower
celebrated its sixth anul-
Wh a beautiful illustrated
iOdim of 3C pages. and is a
priated, bound magazine.
of tacts about Florida. her
possibilities and opportun-
Sramae groves and truck
be battle, delightful climate
ite people, thend one dot-

a ailYear's subbsriItioti bm-
Pebrsryand the silt-cial ait-
SMeber will 1w at-tit Ir.'.
41111111,.ten ceit-tat,, ont-'.order.
if staps. Write L J. lirumby,

b binsurance rial bo i(va Isliouthat
*b" httwent) -fl %.-* 3ta rp, theu i .u
L ESAOU of Ia.. Ihiv'. iacrt-am d U)
P"". Tlith 1.4 e-ia.*ouraging Ah iiiil
41"Y to Trlattr zzua.dical atid

9ftCZ~ruaIt1.tit r lotI i ~~. i
1 I~" 1 ,, 1, ft 1'Ij urt
C~d v ijtaa 1,,,,'.t'i -iii 4 t~
4 W WIt jlab 41 j t *0. 1& 1 tb

*it &(ILI I t. itit-

but th o, 1 4, 11 h. ii n C'. II.L

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iPensaola Journal I
Tb@ following editorial from T"e
Cincinnati Post comports o thormuah-
ly with The Journal % own ideas onm
the ,sublject that d.splte the |iNuwi-
lhitty of criticism, we cannot refrain
fiom publishing It here atd with our
full endorsement. The Post says:
The maiden Iadlie of advaiured age
whto alone know all about the way
c'.ldren ought to INI ',rought iup. Aal
noI doult go into sipa ,ms lf Indign:t-
tI-ii over a Chicrago Ipolice jud.ce-% di~-
t,..aige,' of a 12>' ar-old l). brouu .ut
1 i ,i-r him for fighting For the dis-
I' rge' of th.e hi Is not the judr','s
o01.; offent-e. Ii C f i gra:tnllattedl I,,
it ,,, h*. -ift ,,or j ,s r a l|ll er NIo
v. o had I .,-,n l., .i11.4 1 hli1 ;.,..I
(Gi irk Iad do it acain. If he'
lbtiher. ou m av a ,'0r. n,, d if the,'
h 'I. von f arre -to-d, .a*un ii I'll tirrt
I-w i. n i, I iiI 'r. I Ik( t *(' ;a l1,
v ,, I i .: .- 'in!d t I, l' h l .1, ()\ :1 '..
t ;: ..; .' t r ainl t ,, m
I,. 1, .1. ilI l '' it i I iu I l
Thi uitust th. '-nnap- I l.irrilzinc to
the lmilinds of o(,d .ltid, o both sex'".
It nin t:;uiti:rnli s. ftti wronI toI
mni.iiy .ll int n11414 nl niti1 hers. s hose-
natural affection 1.- gr:ut.r thati their
knowledge' of th. nee',-dl (f de v'elaing
Itut the' judge's advice Is human and
The boy who %ill not fight when
bullied or imposed upon sll1 be uo
good when grown up.
Hle Aili be Impoled upon all his
Other men will use him for their
own purposes,. and he' will be a nega-
tive quantity- until his final submis-
sion to the last common enemy.
It is every boy's instinctive disil.l-
tion to defend himself against impo l-
tin,. If be falls to do so. it is very
likely to be because he Is too coward-
ly. not too moral, to fight.
In the absence of courage, he is
very apt to resort to cunning and
treachery. get his revenge Itn secret
and dte.-pliahle ua.s. and grow up a
hyvlpcrite and sneak.
I.et the lboy hbravtly fight oust his
own hattles'.
A iklii*'d nose or a lIrui ed Ii,.
won't huirt him mucth. and he won t
(liatize' the other fellow nlmuch.
I'--ilse'd above 'all things in this
world-and particularly In the juve-
nile world Is one s ho won't fight.
Eve-ry boy. however. should be
trained up to know that it is as cow-'
ardly to fight a smaller or weaker
companion as It is to run from an
equal. Th.ere- is a difference tewlween
the manly boy who will fight when
he is imposed upon. and the bully

who spends his time teasing
noying other boys who are

and an-
not as

strong as he. No manly boy will be
a bully, but every boy should stand up
for his rights. should refuse to allow
others to impose upon him. aad
should fight, and fight hard when ne-
cessary. to accomplish either purpose.
Sueb a boy will develop Into the right
kind of a man.

If a wealthy banker or trust r.ax-
nate is convicted of embezzlement or
other crime and is sentenced to pris-
on, persistent efforts are sure to be
made to have him pardoned after he
has served but a few months, and for
some reason or other the atteu.pt u -
ually succeeds. We fall to see why
this should be. Why should a man
who defrauds hundreds of his fellow-
men, and who by his wrong-doing re-
duces families to poverty and perhaps
causes some wretched victim to com-
mit suicide, receihe greater considera-
ton than a poor man who is sentenced
to a long term of Impriaonment be-
cause, perhaps in bhi necessity, he
stole something? If anything It
should work the other way. for the
higher the position and the responsi-
bility the graver the offense when It
is committed.

Editor Frank Harris returned last
night from a visit of in-i-e'-tion o%.tr
the' Florida East Coatt Railway's ex
t-nihion as the- gut-at of Mr Henry M
Flagl.r Mr Harris senit as far as
Ke'> \e.t and had a uple.ndid tini. iH.
ha) their' coalmpany has the road en-
tire.l (o lll* ted tu Kiulght's K '. anid
th*' r.ieat tnt r-let and 4 stee-l ti. eatI,- I
, -olid a- the' r-ock It' lIf iind lab.o
lit. i-, .tf 111 iml l, i r N o. M r.
lliiatri .- I that 't s I" r C. hl af lth,
do(it tA i4 |'." ..j lli -.' *P r,. l
to rin it,.il l.ii Il I, I l ofI ati K \\
I lop t i I, ,A .i r, ,n t r i t 'it *t 1 i d
r* ljliiiiiiK i i ** i i .' IthI i "I II. -
Ifi. rt a.td w ill I,-* ( i l t '* il ,,'I *i l l .i
i,.1,11 11 n .1i 1 K \\ h- '! 41 i -I
(1 l. Stl tI

It in.t L 1, I, t t i.hav' i II i* r II
I i, t I I ;, ; 4 1 l li to l in ft i
S1 .-.1 i.A t, I i t l l i 1 ar e thi l, lthlii

-4* 4 A ll< I fr 4 i h )1'i I li .'
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an the
and nui

had at
hand. a
and absho
4 Musse
him. I
Killed His Men and Remarked That there
He Wanted Another-Yeung farming
Wift at Betem. Deputy
went li
From Wednesday's Dally am: was di
Another double murder is reported was iml
from the western part of the county. SBemt
This time the aailr took place at is stra
Jonesville, between here and Newberw fortlai
ry, at about S o'clock Tuday '.rw to this
nla. laid th
The dead men are R. L. Smith and mntU hi
Joe Masslewhite. both white, who will pr
were hard-working farmers re nlag Ma!...
In the Jousevll ectlen., Sear the
business center that community. uI;
and the deed seems to have been the W
cause of a jealous bustband who is not
overburdened with the usual amount
of good common senae.
RL H. Owens, the white man who did Dr. g
the killing. sla originally from the Rem*d1
Alachua section, and it will be re- omtry
membered that he fired very cow- o m,
spicuously in the courts while be was perana
there, and several times came very stable
near killing some people, but fortu- Mr. G
lately only injured one man-all oa r. D. N
account of this same woman. used y
Owens had contracted to farm with swene]
Smith, and was living on one of the I alSo
man's places. For some reason be Thli sp
Imagined that Smith was too Intimate egg. I
with his wife and desired to kill him. most p
After le had succeeded In shooting ment I
Smith. Musslewhite. who was employ- Mr. H
ed by Smith. ran for a gun to prevent R. F. [
Owens from making his escape, when ment is
O)anu followed himn. shooting him I had a
tdon near the store- of Jesse (Grifln neck au
shortly after her haud le.-ured a gun and I.InU1ne..
waM retunliiag teo netl O(esia. the bul it ar,,m
leti taking effe-ct alsast the heart. a iall I
ilt1 h 'mi shot ila the' stomiUach anid .4t i
fell IUmIadiatl I., and notthig %4P Dr S
found on him ti luidl'iat*I- that he hiad the lir
aillitlthiat'd an\ Ireible-i. fromi e 0 ioe ,- dre.s,1 i
..i. Ie wa I It n h t -l field nt ork lteii'S .
,1i'4ro)a itch d t1.% the u iitall w li the1it l
ellp Iti;ld i,' *ffi)rt toea *~- ;il.' \\ I
'(.t)* ii. arf ilI%-t (hI f1- 11 .4 li, Ii- V ; I i ,
A,, 1 Arilt i fli t Illt he ti rll-l i le40 1 1 t
I ki li.iarge of h li .id It i ti II 1 l -
.1- al il > twe : 'Asi n heaiil i 1 *
..1, (4 it % 1 i % # % 11 .J I l. : l (l
< t. *I, to I I l r. II I. ft th. II *

:t thfi- et, Y h an t*e-|l 1 Its hl-t i tl lat Ii
I .,* < ,illi J-I ll J I I A I Kht ll i d .91A I 11 Ih ,t i '
S h.*'lali 4-ti t alk ') ith, r I,4It i l a .t I IIi i a*a tit
I i a' i i *Ii I te -r II

O(,t-s. ho was readily rocognised

I 'M

party from AlachWbua, was Meen
ide a statement to the effect
rlth had insulted his wife and
the same time hit her with his
nd at this be took up his Iun
Ct him down, afterwards follow-
Muasselwhite sad giving him
of buckshot Just before be
White) could get a crack at
He said he had been residing
Since last November ad was
g on shares with smith.
ty Wtna aays that me of the
at nlatended for Muaslewblte
ito the barrel of the gsM an
1 out of the shell where It
bedded fro the Uma of Oweas
ment In the Newberry saditm
gly agalast Oweas. ad it was
t thathe oWs "r

iMg her rve ahel lio e
is W.heari, w~i
obably be heard teleae Judge


MOan LJenim t ad Veterbeary
I* are weloMt w all ever the
. They have saved theo ulves
y valuable rme sa sare a
ost Institution in tnhomaeds of

. T. Roberts of Resea, OI. R
o. 1. Box 43. writes: "I have
our luniment oa a horme for
Sand effected a thorough cure.
removed a spavia on a mule.
avia was as large as a guinea
regard Bloan's LiUniment as tb.
enetrating and effective Lili-
have ever known."
i. N. Gibbs of Lawrence. Kans..
D. No. 3. writes: "Your Linl-
the best that I have ever used.
mare with an aim id oneL AWc bottle of Bloan's
it entirely cured her. I keei
nid all the' itpe' for gall, .ItId
We*lllitga and fo5i .)eervithiia
I k -
loan will end hblis Tre.alh ie ,i
r, lr,' t ill any" horeumilani A'l
SI:arl S Hloa, lBon. M1.

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In Which a toelodect o*
County Will be Awarced a
Heward Piano, andi 1 C ... .,4 ,'.

wed at 83.l90.00 Furnic-, / .ie
ush A Safftrd Pian Cc.. .
mentatives of The R. IL : .. .
Miami. the Contesat to be (.: ..... t
THE SUN in Behalf f .
53.500. ,
One $400.00 Howard i '
given to the pemio r .
County of Alachua *.il, r v .,I.
highest number of vot r
member 16th. 1908. and .
1th, 190. -
In addition to the I..a:. a "ar
be isued by The aBu s : vr "v
mao Co., ea a -&rM4)t. 1 ..,: <
eighteb TrasaiMable : : .
to be aed as ar r .-r
meant e a ew Housdi P....-.
due bills wlB be gr le *r:. "%
contest as oilows, to jA r. i.
in Alachua Co aty:
To the frst recvih iLd. a..J
the highest v a due .: ..I
for $200.00.
To the second six re -' **'-~**
highbet vote. a due L!i' .r
$( 17 .0 4
To theo ext six rerc'' --
highest vote, a due hill :.r t
Thelm o bMB m-y be e *d
wmam or r om divwpnk I u
ome ar y vaue tm a... m
amd w I be w rteh lMr a
"m the of satt ueW .1
Inob emeat v tie f :
derf I be Ow" given u-

.few an Where to t VC
b Will"ew ntg mar..' '. '
a vote wWr very ,t..u

Theeaesle: V
pwf BRams.
Hyde & Tuas,.
Where Vetes
Ban*btaoxs will I--
va teseit m1 Tb%
0eat byW ml mAu
Votaffg Cotat L

On ts tj..
1 Theo mtct -

t!? 01d i aII of. t ,M
vesebe a r y b me P ,
FA them welV iw a.
S Neo emotes. r: f "

be tMs eatmt and ., ,.I ... ..

ote i ber dl this cact t-.
veray W a571 be rj e*f
decers or emetost. who a1noe are r
S(to a iaier 4'ct
to withdraw frm the r
date pll st be allouea ... ..-
TOe to tihe in t of ...r
date bea the mtet.
THE DAILY "'?". "
OMld *
Mbetlboer4.d 4 tr.

ter aI t- .
I~ a lub .f Ave (li sser',,-'

ayear sbirptioma (before r.I

I. 1-) MAW. a
Per idb n t satwr'bev *i
h(before A- r.

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W a en e of pab"i l asn eofa
AfthmN e. Feoiride or bt eh

It I. a IL Wage. Clemr CirOU t
Cm 4m h C out. m
Sr: lan esplas vth etneUm ,.
SeHr 433t, Laws of Ptorida. we
bw Me with yoa the following
s ed statmem t of theN momeys '-
A as and expeded and warrant
ae e $r the month ending January
I, am5.

--g December 31.
g B-iWoe at report......... $.4,365.38
Mr- M. Resolved from Collector. taxes


SAa G m-- emy---we suppled at the
CGe "i Hwy Mehies. These aes have
lm f ioro yield Gw crops and have
Im. Nh&d a our Wes are eloquent
Or ws d t tis -ot ap tlaw ou busimsk "eps

r Jewel Peach
hu dslhled d th peaoh-growing sections of
S aWe o e eWoer am um uay tine lstok u( )ounl
p nw os --o tucks from native pebh ced.
-Ths altm a1nd vigorous troes, with thrifty roots, trunks
.d =aim the very bes to be had.

Idam Peewme bull&

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Recerved from Comptroller,
G. A G0. R. 19o07.........
Receoved from Comptroller.
rwdemptions. Sept.. 105 ....




Les warrants............. $.0X9.,4
Special Ta ODistriua.
Balance last report ....... 1,881.60

Received from Collector, taxes
1" ?7 .....................
Received from Collector, taxes
190 .................. ..
Received from Comptroller.
0. & G. taxes 1907.........
Received from Sul'rinteud-
ent, Rocky Point No. 76....




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Negro Teachers.
T'I Dl),-Iose l'ioii Acai-tuez -101
1 Ja A Arta-utm \o 1 $41'.a hAo-I
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of on happw hM ser daof y isa v
ad ofd ldrmaion ma to w bm mehod
of pomting health and appeis as
r living and knowlmdP of the world'
baed products.
Product of actual exeed see an
ainamsbb idel.. .u tmd rl wmte
and which have attained to world-wid
omptaw through the approval dof
WeU-lnformed o the Wodrd; ot d if m
viduab only, but of the t y vwo have
the happy facuty of "l1eti Ungu oba t
lag the bedt the worM aEdobf.
One of the products of tadh elm, id
kmawn eomponmt part, am E MSA

-~ny, approved by phyim O Wad ow
mended by the Wel- Informed of th
World a vaalube and wholedome family
laxative is the wel-know Syrup of FIg.
.ad Exir of Smum. To get its beneial
dect. alt W buy the -aim r ma-
faMtured by the Californas Fig Syrup C4
o.y, and for sate by aba ltdIg drust.

LeAN warrants ........... 532.43
aJlance ................. $2,.153.95

White Tealhers.
Willie Wyman. Arredondo No. 1.
$50; E. H. Collier. Rocbelle No. 3,
$64; Wllile Mclntosh. Rochelle No. 3.
$*4; Clarance Bowell. LaCrosse No.
8, $37.50; Rossle 9Oow, No. 8, $40;
Male Whiteomb, No. 8. $40; Ellen
Wllson. Jonesvlle No. 9. $38; Char-
lotte M. Baldwin. Archer No. 10. $61;
Florence M. Baldwin. No. 10. $33.265;
Mary Rerkstresser. No. 10. $40; G. M.
Patterson. Oracey No. 11. $40; Annie
Collins. Micanopy No. 15. $75; Caro-
line UJttlepage. No. 15. $42.75; Sophie
Merry, No. 15. $42.75; R. 0. Williams.
I'reuton No. 16, $70; Georgia Snow.
No. 16. $38; Jeesle Howell. No. 16.
$33.75; Alice Vanse, Cool springs No.
17. $465; W. P. King. Island Grove No.
1.- $75; Elsa Relnoebh.. No. 18. $38;
Ver Kerr. No. 18. $38; 0. W. Fogg,
Hawthorn No. 1., $60; Grace Fogg.
No. 21, $50; Annie L. McDonald. No.
21. $35; Ula Fraser. Antioch No. 22.
$60; Mamie Williams, No. 22. $40;
Frank H. Ellis. Alachua No. 2J. $100;
Mrs. K. t OGriffth. No. 23. $5o; Mary
0. Poster. No. 23. $45; -Maude Lewls.
No. 23. $45; M. M. Bryant. Waldo No
24. $100; Lena Ilaird. No. 24. $.',oo;
Julia McCredle. No. 24, $4.',: Eva L.
Poole. No. 24, $50; W. If. Ca -els.
Oalesvllle No. 26 $150; Ida J. Frank-
land. No. 26. $78. ,; 8erena Shannon.
No. 26, $70; Ellen Wallace. No. 2,;
$65; Mrs. W. P. Coffey, No. 26. $50;
Anna DaCosts. No. It. $I-); lHesale
Carver. No. 26. $42.50; Annie lurt.
No. 26, 17.50; Mrs. W. T. Jackson. No.
26, $50; Belle Moseley. No. 26, $50;
Cylla Kennedy. No. 26, .50; Julia Ken-
nedy. No. 26. $50; Paanie Miselle. No.
24, $50; Plorew e Balls. No. 26. $50:
babel Banches. No. 26, $5o; W. N.
Gaskins. Stroble No. 31. $57.50; Weeta
Newsome. Bloomedale No. 32. $33.25;
Ella Puqua. Cannon., No. 35. $40:
Grace H. Wolf. MonteocLa No. 37.
$40; Ada Philput, Orange Heights No.
38. 40; Mrs. C. L. Hobbs. Cherry
iutk. No. 41. 50; Ploy ft. McCall.
No. 41. $40; Mabel Rodgera. Louise
N. 42 $40: Sarah Pratt. Orange
Lane No. 44 $35; Lula Latlmer,
Wtindsor No. 45. $40; W. H. Main,
High Springs No. 47. $56; Elsie V.
kitth. No. 47, $50: Pearl Ware. No.
47. 2 b.75; Lie atu, No. 47, v;2.75;
Annle Price. Ha$e No. 48. $4; M.
A. MeRfae, Campvale No. 50. $38; Or.
rte Smth. Bartram No. 63. $40: Zet-
Se MoCaskill. Center No. 6. $33.25:
Lmcretia St. Csir, Wacahoota No. 71.
$35; A. D. Kean. Newberry No. 73.
I70; Victoria Ingram. No. 73. (35;
Bertha Terry. No. 73. $35; Avice Walk-
er. Rocky Point No. 76. $40. L. E.
McCall. Cooter Pond No. 80. $45; Hat-
tie Mills Rolling Bluff No. 83. $441;
Lula Perry. Rocky Hill No. 86. $35;
Mattle Johnaon. Halle No. 87. $30;
I. Blanche Brunh. Tloga No. 93. $40;
Dorm Drawdy. Rodfield No. 54. 4":;
Louis Mikel. Cow Creek No. 6. $40;
Katherine Salter. Franklin No. 7. $44,.
%Minnie E. Lee. Santa Pe No. 25. $50;
noille Rowell,. Paradise No. 52. $35;
Olive Knight. Lochloom No. 29. $38:
Willie Jones. Orovei No. 57. $35: E
W. Giddeon. BStokes No. 64. $45; Ber-
-Ie Whitcomb, Grove Park No 5h6
$40; L. J. Goodell. Tacoma No. 69,.
*:l:. Hattie English. Brown No .Ms.,
5$4,; Hattle George. Thomas No. 9!.
$:35; Zeffie McCasklll. Center No. 66.
$4.75; Agnes Zetrouer. Willeford No
%h. $3". MSirs C. Pearson. lDutto
No. V0. $47.Zo; Gtid.M George. No
4*1,. 410; Charles Nixoii. Fairbanks No
. 2';: I tll,.- Tt-.ter. G. u od in No 20.
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J. Richardson. Fairbanks No. 37. $25;
Altbea A. Brown. Whittaker No. 45.
$20. Total, $253.00
A. L. Webb. Hawthorn No. 21. $2.60;
The H. & W. B. Drew Co.. Antioch
No. 22. $26.90; J. W. Peacock. refund.
$1; Th OGafnesville Gas & Electric
Co.. $4.45; W. T. Jones. Bartram No.
43. $3; T. E. DeBose. Union Academy
No. 1. $8.10; W. D. Dickinson. special
district collections. $5.20; J. L. Kelley.
salary, $154): J. L. Kelley. omce. $9.70;
H. iI. Brooker. mileage and per diem.
$12.60; R. B. Weeks. mileage and ier
diem. $7.60; William Moody. mileage
and per diem. $6.60; First National
Bank, interest. $111.90; Summers
Furniture Co.. No. 47, $36; The H. &
W. B. Drew Co.. No. 27. $4: The
Gainesville Sun. printin- reports-. $s;
Pepper Printin tCo. rln'ning. $4.7.';
Baird Ha- ,,- t'. v.) ." 1 5.
$26.06; G I:;*,.,. Co.. $ : : ...d
Hardwar:, ( <. tv-e. .tc.. No.
$l6.i.; T wv,'-, '!d. r-.ft : : "i
H. Pe ,i- & Oliver ; ra.v4rd,1 -: a\i vi
P. J. Ha'' !im.l. hawthorn No. 1
$11.50; W 1) Dickinion. coim[l n..-s.
$13.21. :,). 1Sit r.iii. j :oto>r. 3.
Total o *;i.
Sr t.ol Cistrict Supplements-Teach.
era' Salaries.
W,!' \.'Yvnap Arrdondo No. 1. .11;
W H. C Pl. r. Rochelle No. 3. $15.45;
Charles Nixcn. Fairlanks No. 5. $2u;
C'arance Soweil. LaCrovae No. A. $7.7::
Romie Snow. No. 8. $5.15; Charlotte
M. Baldwin, Archer No. 10. $20.60);
Florence M. Baldwin. No. 10, $4.90;
Mary Berkatres~er. No. 10. $10.30; G.
M. Patterson. Gracey No. 11. $10; An-
nie Collins. Micanopy No. 15. $5.15:
Caroline Utllepage, No. 15. $4.90; Lot.
tie Teeter. Godwin No. 20. $10; G. W.
Pogg. Hawthorn No. 21. $30.90; Grace
Fogg. No. 21. $15.45; Annie L. Mc-
Donald. No. 21. $5.15: Olive V. Knight
Lobhloosa No. 29,. $4.75; Ada Phllput
Orange Heights No. 38. $10.30; Mabel
Rodgers. Louise No. 42. $5; Anniul
Price. Hague No. 48. $15: M. A. Me-
Rae. Cafnpvllle No. 50. $9.79: L. G.
Goodell. Tacoma No. 69. $10-.0; A. 1'
Kean, Newberry No. 73. $54.08; Vic-
toria Ingram. No. 73. fI' 5: Bertha
Terry. No. 73, $10.30; Avice Walker.
Rocky Point No. 76. $10.30; Agnes Zet-
rouer. Willeford No. 88, $15. Total.
C. L Shaw. PFairbanks No. 5. trans-
portation. $8.50; Lyman Hall. Ru-
chelle No. 3. wood. $15.25; 8. J. Bur-
uett. LaCrosse No. 8. wood. $9; Will-
lam Bradley, Gainesville No. 26. wood.
$1.25; J. H. Vidal. No. 24. $8.54;
Phoebe March. No. 26. $32; Baird
Hardware Co.., No. 26. $1.10; J. H.
Jar-vis. No. 24. $6; A. Wensk. No. 246.
123.95: A. J. Vidal. No. 26. 04.84;
First National Bank. No. 26. $717.45;
J. N. ilaymans. Lochloosa No. 29.
$3.24; Jordan & Co.. Orange Heights
No 3s. $15; J H. Barry. High
;pringxa No. 47. $26.44; L N. Roberts.
Roadfleld No. 54. $2 21. Agueb Zet-
rouer. Wllelford No. hs. $1 Total.
$475 9!1
R. B. WEEKS. Chn. B. P. L
Attest: J. L KELLEY. Sec. and Supt

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1-w from Lake City to
I vis Werthingtn
A gsig Peesibilties
st Pwo tt

up srtaat event

is sebedul-

Ir Oalnesville, one which
Srat beet t to the city

Squstion is the electric
Lke City to Gainesville
Springs. The pro
of terprise say It will
a* ay improvements to
dur-g the present year.
e brought about by the
vlr Shoals Power Com-
ave* been at work fot
dpisIng of stock and have
A listing the bond lasse
to I successful promotion.
it the plan a feasible one.
ust laterested say It will
, sst thing for Gailnesvilk
a Cty In years. Capitalists
Lf State are stockholders in

to dam up the Suwno-
am'r 8uwannee Shoals and
asare sumfclent power to
'gt sly the electric railway.
Si towns and manufacturing
a g the line that the in-
I" will traverse.
will traverse a very fer-
hklch at the present
lft idle. and will also touch
farms that are already)
INOd. It will give an outlet
people and will make life
o *e aUl that could be de

will prove a big thinly
Woethlastoo springs people,
theu be a cloee rival to n-.
Icrlgp. If the power is any-
WIht it is claimed to be the
ea extend the Itnes to other

toirlst hotel. a large and
i mmercial man's hotel, an
hotel, together with the
I teory. all for the year
SGaleaville undoubtedly
b Ib brighter future, and be-
"s e. we are certain of work
on the Government build-
I may thousands of dollars to
Sher the coming summer on
ty buildings

-id habitually from constlpa-
S's *' Relgleta relieved aad
=cMsd the bowels so that they
IeMm regular ever silnce."-A. E.
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The reeoks Countorf0it Case Will Be
Among ~Mot Prominent of OeW
son-4emn Whiekey Cases.

The spring session of A United
States court for the Norther district
of Florida will convene ita hi city
at 9 o'clock on the morning of Monday.
February 1.
This will be the s d session of
the United States court convening in
Gainesville slnce Alachua county has
been transferred to the Northern dis-
-ict. and naturally a great deal of
interestt Is centered In the session.
This court will bring together people
from a& over this section who are
Interested, directly or Indirectly. and
a large number of visitors will no
doubt be here. There are a number
9f Important cases, among which is
the ease of the Brooks boys,. who are
charged with counterfelng. It will
be remembered that these men were
arrested la Levy county several
months ago. were placed In prison at
Blronson, later made their escape and
surrendered to the authorities of
Alachua county early this month, la-
!Poring under the impression that their
trial would occur within a few days.
Emmett Wilson of Pensacola Is '.
S. district attorney at the present time.
hut he will be succeeded by 'Hon. Fred
Cubberly. who has been appointed to
that position. but the confirmation of
whom it is learned has not yet been
made. In that event Col. Wilson will
act in that professional capacity. Hon.
W. It. Sheppard is Judge of the North-
ern district. Fred W. Marsh is clerk.
while A. M. Cushman of this city has
recently been appointed deputy clerk.

School Entertainment at Windsor.
Windsor. Jan. 23.-On Friday even-
Ing. 22nd inst.. a delightful surprise
entertainment was given by the school
children In honor of their beloved
teacher. Mrs. H. Latimer. also for pa-
uents and friends. Recitations. songs
tad dialogues well rendered filled up
a pleasant hour's program.
Mrs. Hauf and son. Guy. of Crugers.
N. Y.. delighted all with a fine violin
-olo by Master Guy. with guitar ac-
-ompaniment by Mirs. Hauf. Mrs.
Lent of Crugers. New York. gave
a nice talk. contrasting the scoohl
of sixty years ago with the present.
Mrs. Latimer is scoring fine success
as teacher. and with her lovely chil-
dren has won all hearts.

Large Acreage In Vegetables.
W. M. Daugbtrey of Williston Is
among the visitors to the city. He
formerly resided here and has a large
number of acquaintances who are al-
says glad to meet him. He states
-hat the acreage of spring vegetable*
in the Williston section will be largV
this year and that a number of the
truckers already have their spring
ituff started.

Returned From South Carolina.
;Mra Helen T. Chesnut and daughter.
.Mii. Ellen. have returned from South
Carolina. where they have been ilslt-
Ing relatives since last fall. They
there accompanied by Master John
Chesnut. Jr.. who has two-.n pending
the time with them, and all are now
stopping with John Chesntut at his resl-
it" t III this citv.

You would not delay taking Foley'&
Kidney Remedy at the flrst sign of
kidney or bladder trouble if you rva
used that neglect might result
1Iright's disease or dia1utes. Full I
Kidin-y itemedy correctis Irregularn
'It' alnd cure anil klidui.v asnd I!tdde.i
dliordvrs. J W\V MC,, lum & Co.

For City Marshal.
I reis ctfully aunuutie i)relf aS
cai late fur utih uftit uf (i'l) MA
-h.; I' libe Si't-d fur at t "lt, 0 ct'Ili
.1 \, r l 1:; I', et* It li d I ill
.l. ull dli hArrge tt. dutit of t h
i 'i at ft-ar uor fai'r I re.
.1 a-sil' It thi e t (, if t .all 11
s,- t1\' o(f lpart) aftlllalitii
CI' AS, M1 ll1l.!.

It ),,U mill take" Ful e I oi ... 1j.- u 4
It e oittil ithei lIm lt l < 'i i, i" r,,tulia
)4)U will l'"t l4A I t114%o ttI tU L'.
ruupltaill i% Ft ult- < > ol m aAtot
p5uitfeVl)y curtr t rulit c'"lA !pltioli
4*. || ,.*I.. 0las iIt-ut'-ei L U (u I
W .dNW &

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the bet eof n e mAdeN for the eure" d iseMs ,
diswrers fnd wmeskmuen peulier to women. t Io tIM
eSly prperise of its kind devised by a festder ed U
eted physicime-e epeurlased aid skiled upeulil
she disease ef wesms.

h h a de omm b ow oeimy usadhof .6fs sui.
TEE ONE REMEDY whisk susmein ulse
be m ---duds
TMuE ONE KRUMTDYas Adw ftaws
ond4 e ga mvpw "outto C-

hk is sadd by molesdimbdin soapwbeow, d MY? wwhobs 'ee f
Ot k. Dust bbs a o~kn umfpuus4sd i e lsmedisheso
KNOWN nn" suyion. N@o.U.suh.Itb &ad w-do ge dwd i
wAO @we som --"- oemsb "low w- as wDr. Phouss" in sishrmii
weIsh.'inmgwsdsssl--y s wm bb "ane.. sbh hs&t b issouso bbe
&tusd.Ji i t is am*ouArmsot 1priehses m o b
may be "wour =o: owS "W.- jm uSAw.

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This COuponkMe be casMTheat Tw~n office or at either of the osesin
wtsd with the ontest. NO0?GO )D AFTER rEBRVARY 6,19WS

oa. W. PA11'oN
..Civil Eugluew "ed Servoygi
PPsemp atwUs. to11IMs'sso
flme. ms" ew does' of .Thusho.1
om*. P. ln now 104. 41'eel.P

AN@wm UWbuetea*so"%* eeof S
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Notice to TauxPaycn

We will meet the tax-payers at the
folowlng places on thie date set op
Bland-Jan. 28th.
High Springs-Jan. 29th and 30th.
Rochelle- Feb. 8th.
Campville-Feb. 0th.
Orange Helghts-Feb 10th.
Melrose-Feb. 11th.
Hawthoran--b. 12th and 13th.
Micanopy-reb. 15th and 96th a. m.
Evitston-Peb. 16th. p. m.
Lake View-Feb. 17th.
Island Grove-Feb. 18th.
Waldo-Feb. Sand.
Arredoodo-Feb. 24th.
Fairbanks-Feb. 23rd.
Yours for the beat service.
Tax Collecto
Tax Asmesor.
Gainesville, .i.. Dec. 16. 194.


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Full Quarts ................. ......... O
12 Full Quarts ................. .00
Ia the highest class pure medicli *i ulilakpy on the
market at 80c a quart.

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Race King Rye
Ir wiI wad jey ExpI[ ef Psid
4 Full Quarts .......................... 4.00
a Full Quartsa .......................... ... 7.7
12 Full Quarts ............................. 11.00
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of Rye that you will Iw asked to pay 1 541
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THlE GA 'F:VIT IP FV: Jr NRY 284 1909

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mtom ot"ho City.

Nag y %S.m:
of loahele was ammag
is the city Moaday.
fl Alachua was a wel-
l The Son oflee yester-

Sof arleton was a via-
pelerday and mad.
*--v y^-g e
# at thiselce.
gL A. Bexley of High
Sbere yesterday on some
mown emsoeited with his

a. WI Mattew ofat MlS-
ame the visitors to the
i*, bvila como Oea a hop-

vlhe obthe ArIm of Craw-
Shas retuned from Dub-
be h be has been for the
p ma businessss"
of Hateabet Creek was
Me day. He says things
STy in his section and the
uamrally want rain.
friends of Miss Mary
a paplar youug lady of Haw.
pleased to see ner out again
I mesi s covering several

W. C. Beville of Arredmdo,
her husband In the store
at that place. was In
yesterday looking after some
ad Mrs. 8 H. Rogers left yes-
fr Deuniak Springs. They
ahseat the remainder of the
the convention now in
St that place.
L& W. Taaner of High Springs
the visitors to the city
He has a large circle of
lraghout this section who
pleased to meet him.
i' BoStin. proprietor of the
Cocas-Cola Hottling Com-
b$ gone to his old home In
SAeIaa, where he will spend
INS days visiting relatives.
of Newton. Levy county,
11g1M the visitors to the city
While here he had his
iNbad oN the rapidly increasing
list of Alachua's lumi

Ulis and wife of Brooks-
wk have been visiting the fam-
1 eoarge R. Ellis in this city for
PM two days. r-turned to their
Phirida home yesterday. They
Jely recently been married and
Is Mrs. Ellis' first visit to the

I 5gdsefo's DI' a Sms:
IL White of Newberry was a vis-
I eW eity yesterday.
V. Wells of Alachua was a visit-
t toie city yesterday
.T. Cazroll of C'l).tt's station was
i to the city yeut.*rday.
I. Thlspin of Waldo was among
I aitrs to the city ye st.rday.
1 Weeks of Waldo was greeting
Btisds la the city yesterday
l ma Vord of Melrose is in the
bitiUng the family of J A Mal-

5J. Tlomas. a planter of LaCroasse.
P i-ssg the visitors to Gaineeville

ia ldtl Holder of Santa Fe is
*'the visitors to the city. the
-d aMr J L Kelley

W 'Zetnxwir Wet last uiltid for
Whore he wiil be emploityed
8100 tmne w a brick contract
'OI W. H Pose4i of Archber %as
theVvisitors to the city Mon.
Whkli kberebt' uhf sasthe. gu..awt of

C. tAlm'lad of lHasue ~aud D. F
Of laCruww aeere .tau repre-
Ye 'citizeia. ~hVililiugthe (ouIII)
as Monday.
SMadge Wahist-ad of Alachbua.
b" b~e"uaW the- lit) for the IpaDt
64 thk* Eukt of 34r, 4; It Tl&wI
to her bultit:)tatt-rda)
ILS C14jI of Archt'r Ca abits thet'it)
liHe sat,..te-1ait Anich-i it.

jSL L Pbger uf Higb Mjriulga
I ialsitiag jithe city fur


impossible to be Well
It ib mpoiible to be well rdimply kpoIle, L
bowels are coifpaticd. You muit pay atmnio to the
laws of nature, or stuler the ac quences. Undiadted
material, we products, poionos ItAna, mI be
removed from the body at t once each day, or there
w be trouble. A slg Iher Is r &omafblte or a
aimmie amount 0o sufel ig mad serious dbem. Ask
your doctor about Ayers PF. He knows why they act
dlecdy on the 1ver. Trust hikm. I. C&J

the past few days as the guest of Mrs.
M. B. aaunders, returned to her bone
S. T. Skipper of Archer was a visitor
to Oainesville Monday and while here
took advantage of his visit and had
his name enrolled upon the subecrtp-
tion list of The Sun.
P. E. Pournell of Port White. a form-
er resident of this city. is amons the
visitors here. He will be kindly re-
membered sad gladly welcomed by
all his oMd-time ftri .
* Rolada4 ad W o Thomas sad
Prank McDavid were among the
visitors to the city yesterday. They
were form the Monteoeha section a-i
report rain badly needed by the farm-
era there.
Mrs. Dr. J. M. Dell is now at the
home of Dr. J. P. MJKlnstry. Jr..
where she was sucoeastally operated
on yesterday for appendicitis. Her
many friends will be pleased to leamr
that she is doing nicely.
G. W. Uvlnaston of Newberry was
among the visitors here yesterday.
He states that rain is badly needed
throughout that section and the roads
are dry and dusty, making travel In
vehicles very disagreeable.
D. F. Graham and wife of Piedmont.
W. Va.. arrived in the city yesterday
and will spend some time here as the
guests of his brother's family. Capt.
James M. Graham' They were ac-
companied by their little son. Paul.
A. L. Reil. the genial postmaster of
Newberry. was a visitor to the city
yesterday. He says that there is
strong probability of more phosphate
mines opening up In that section with-
in a abshort while, which will be located
south of the place, near Half Moon.
from 1hradlM's D hAum:
Dock Johns of Waldo was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
G. H. Gibbons of Archer was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday.
Hoe J. A. Rosborogh of Windsor
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
L E. Story, deputy sheril of Wind-
sor. was a visitor to the city yester-
Mrs. J. B. Dell, Jr., returned yester-
day from a short visit to relatives at
Mrs. Miselle of Oak Lawn visited
the city yesterday on a shopping ex-
E. W. Millican, the naval store pro-
ducer of Waldo. was here on business
8. A. Fewell left yesterday for Red-
dick. were he goes to visit his daugh-
ter for a few days.
Mrs. J. E. Haynesworth of Ha~-e.
worth statUon was among the visitors
to the city yesterday.
Dr. B. M. Tison of Providence is
lu the city and will visit his parents
h,.r, for a short while.

Mrs. 0 I Weeks and Mslu
Geiser were among the Waldo
pers visiting the city yesterday


Mrs Henry Simpson of Micanopy.
who has been visiting relatives in the
city. returned to her home yesterday.
li-,er. uaEmma Entenaa and Rubh
Sparkmani. two attractive young ladich
of Waldo. were shoppers visiting
Ga(iiss ilt- Wednesday
Mrs Lucy McCart), who has I"he'i

visiting the family of T. B. Ellis. Sr..
for the past several days. left yester.-
day for her home at Old Town.
Plaak's Ch Tese Is guaranteed to
uars eCln, feer, Md d4 bgrlp.
Price c. SoMld by W. M. Johaso.
W. H. Byles of Wadear is to the
city visiting the family of H. Ramsey.
Ia North Galnesville. sad aise attaei-
lag the sesai of the Bible Coaer-
The many frMieds of Mrs. M. .IL
inch win regret that her feeble
health eoauaes her to bher home at the
resideace of ber daughter. Mrs. P. T.
Attettoo is directed to te change
is the advertisement of C. H. Cole &
Soa. They are *peakIag of glases,.
and interested awe should read what
they have to my.
H. 8. Stadatill J. I. Starting and
Oscar Turner formed a trio of
Trenton visitors to the city yesterday.
They came as witnesses in a civil case
before Judge Mason.
C. C. Coxe of Alachua, a representa-
tive planter of that section. was
among the visitors to Gainesville Wed-
nesday. While here be made a pleas-
ant caD at this o ce.
Mrs. Will Porter of Waldo was in
the city yesterday. She was accom-
panied by her friend. Mrs. C. B. Peel-
er of Jacksonville, who has been visit-
ing her for the past few days.
0. L. Peaster, proprietor of the
Feaster Opera House at Micamopy,
was a visitor to Gailesville Wednes-
day. He was formerly engaged la th
mercantile bsalames at that place.
Cabbage crates; lawn slate; two.
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let as book your order.
Melton LAmber Co.. Micanopy., a.
Budded paan trees of Vandiam.
Stuart, Curtis, Froacher, Schiy, Mosey-
maker, runaaing from 3 to 6 feet. 12 for
100 for t 8, f. 9. b. hber. Order at
once. K. K tokes, Campviile, la.
Chickerwtai Kab. Mathshek.
Placher. Ivers &A om and otw l#ad-
lug makes of plaos sold by me ar
cash or -a laallime, t plaa. Mee me
before buytas. W. L. Hill, Opera
House Building.
Deputy Sheriff r yesterday lev-
led on two horses satisfy a claim
held by Ambrose W"ech and John El-
lison la the western part of the eouas
ty. The horses will beo bold by the
Lmriff pending a settlement of the
J. W. McDowall of Newberry was
in the city yesterday visiting his fam-
ily. who are now living here. He
states that the minina city is ose of
the most active places In the State.
and things are always lively In that
part of the county

Capt. W E ell., one of the leading
citizens of the Trenton section, was
a visitor to Galneville yesterday. He
was formerly engaged in the railroad
construction business but now owns
valuable turpentine farms in the west-
era part of the county.
Mrs Sunle Sale of Virginia. daugh-
ter of the lamented Col. J. h. Brown.
has arrived in the city and is a guest
at the home of her brother in-law. Col.
it A. Thrasher. This lady was for
many years a resident of GOaiaeevile





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C. H. C0LES tVIO --
S Jr. r..L J t I l 'l U'IA% __"___ AINJt VIL.t

and ha many friends h, r
be delighted to welcome b ..
Deputy sheriff J. L
Wlillford arrived hin te Ait
with Alex Robtason. who ..
ed in Justt BIarro's (c r r
charge of bremy. lie .1
forty days. which he will r r.. i
Rawl. Co. Is the- mile.
Mr. L. Coles. of C. H. Coke &;
Jewelers and OptlUdaaa, I a!'
the annmal meeting of the F
State Optical Socety bhld at I
Mr. Cole is a graduate of two -o
best optical colleges and Is br litI
up a very ne optical busine r
The ad death of Mrs. 8. Mal;.' -
occurred at the residence o. L.. r
grand-dangbter. Mrs. W. L itec *
mast Oamtelstvle. at 2 a. m. 8 ir.-t
The laterment was at Antioch c -,*
tery Monday moos, she having I
* life-lsmg meier of Antloch Ba:*;t
J. &. WUIiams. 8. 0. Barron as '
A. Ward. all of Bell. are amson t
vlatuer to the ltty. They eae *'
make amrangmemtsa to bilM a -
@ehodel hmes at that pe, as they are
the truatees at oe shael there ahe
the eadtem oft suc demiads a na
sad more *ommodios buldin.

Mrs. P. Me0rmIek will tve t-
day for New York sad Baltimore.
where she goes to purchase bher
spring liae of mtllery. She will
visit the prielpal places amn
will persasaay select the stoek. which
she promises to edel maything she
has heretofore brought to the city.
Dr. A. C ae. veterinary sureon
bas oldA oaSes at Crawfid t
Davls" ibes and solicits a share of
the public busimes. He is a graduate.
of the Kaasas Veterinary College a:!(*
Is bohere to practice his protest Ion




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mntle"r. cattle and dogs all rere: ca- 1t r r s ... ..

Dr. Aistrasgthe wel-knwn.116l Tl r t ~.~C
msvillehspeduclall VIII simake hisgnBev Mr -id ~r *A.:
ofoesteggl visit t* OalmevUlIe Feb diep3 t 'antfsv ox'' V N,1%
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On lmas Tuesday the ammsesempr of1ustIrLs em,:-tt"' i u'
moth visked Oe home of Mr. -% d during Co r ~a ~t:~

Mrs. W. P Crown of Rocky Polut a I
carried a .:y their dear little batly
=tsoe. to with God and the, od
Yes, she is ,enad. Upon her little bed.
la that solemn stilness that Is paih-I
ful to wttness. abe lay. as if la I i,-
so beaut:lil aand ca So fie ,r r
palu. tu fair to look upon. she .e
ed rre-ature freah from th '
of L d sad waiting for the Ir i cf
life, ants ,tt one who had so recently
passed the portals of death. '
As I beat over her preekos little
form and looked into her pale sweet
face. I thought: It is not la this world
that heaves's Justice ends; think what
it is compared to the world to which
hbu yo-uuu spirit has winged t's early
light, aad tell me. If me delberat
wish. expressed ia solemn terms above
this bed. ooIJ call her back trsi
heaven to this life. which of u, sa
would utt- it? True. the lttle hand.
that waved us howdy aad farewell arc
folded above a little heart that beats
so more; the cradle is empty, the*
bome Is Iad. the baby gone. but that
precious bed of earth mat bloom Ito
eternal youth It heaves. Borne Into
a home of love on earth March 1lKtb
197. ashe was traaptisated to her
beautiful btne above Jan. lth. 109.
May the great Comforter of all brok-
se hearts heal the broke spirit o;
the sad home out of which the dear
babe bas gone.

Will luild Club eONaO .
John It trunk. Fraik Coll. r a,.a,.
J( i'. : r r..( a i)trt' of H<'i-idaA
P fjk,. -that art e LW :lhimx t;.. I
cit% and uj,'iiJ lug the fllte f hlni U a ,
hunting in thin ti.lliiy On W~-dWe -r
day. In company with (' I b h8f.f
and I)olph C(hamnberliit. the) -pent the
day on Wautwr ig lke. wiherfe they buc
v'e..-d*ed iIn (at-bU'iig a lArge number ol
th,. ftimaIy tribe The y are .U cll
pleased l ith this city usad country)
that the) have atmut de-cide'd to e-r.ct
a club hieaum oin the shore of thil I.lk
alot iaaiikt their regular tilitt lialt-
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