Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01561
 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 29, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01561
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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"omla so tho permaet eGOtal r"e-e
ad t ase peowdosa to th Homse."
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tesb to separate th objeti
AMb lemards ftm the rmalader of
td spek. a- t"hat the onlty way to
dbaed the Nema eoudered out
of ede woM he to strikeout the
mle spoeeh. It cited as a Predemt
O o ecSoom by the House the
spose" obert P. Kes edy, of Ohio,
atlaedka the gemate, mdoe Ina te
iJene a Sepeber 18& which
was esudse the -t

eIn Ms lb to the committee Mr.
WI ...s that he did mot tran
g ro wes d the Home, but tha
he w etiry wthin his rights to
New asl soep ue the "idmkr
ow dsbt F 1eedm emo tpfed

bM Ii' a debate, and I
that to trike my
apseh tMf reawd to ta his lasta.
Wi. ,UVi sedemt ztre

The r e rmeaded by thi
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in to 00 requlrments of paragraph
. sectton 44. page 1. of t* dgt e '

Public V s a. wia eas oes W svee-

WO priocipaio. am 4 ot VU" IMo aay ^ '
be ate-ted to ( OwCoo- "..... r
tes tWSteM at Oa- City Mare 1-18. NASHVt Teon.. Jan. it.-The restd for ierjury i
Heretofore the eseoMve ions IVO art day or the second week of the this case. he had a
ben bodM at the capital to April, dur- tr t of Col. Duncan B. Cooper. Robin Tom. this will have
tan @00s1oU of the lAislatUrS1 bet Cooper and John D. Sharpe foe the lI the grand jury ro
Mr. HoDoway ha d doed that aa slaylag of former senator B. W. Car- After both sides
earlier dat As desirable a account mack closed yesterday eveaaing with Hart called Juror
of to abor' legth of time at the di- o further progress nla the selection the charges to him
poWal of those whoe duty it 1l to of the Jury. Deputy sheriffs are rid- privileges.
formulate the idea and a--loam ing the county to summon the third "I was drunk on
aained #t# these coaveUttos Into billS venire of 500 talesmea which will re- promptly agreed. "an
to be easctd Into laws by the lAgis- port Friday. day morning, the d
latar thea convened. Umally by the But i no progress Was made In com- I never said Car
ttle the balls are ready the lAtgial plating the jury. It at least was not been killed long ag
tare is nl Its last days of ishIl and depleted. Judge Hart spent the day He said he had d
eoatmuslo, a state not comnduve to a hearing testimony as to' the compe- Sharle's innocence,
qulet oasuaderation of Important meas- tency of Juror Leigh, and In formu- anything about tl
area; so. In order to avoid having lasting a definlUon of drunkenness. cross-examination h
matters pertalinng to the scheola pas- About sixty witnesses were examined mission fl drunken
ed over or gives but scant and un- on both sides. Those for the State what be meant wa
satisfactory cossideratlon. Mr. Hollo- were qulte positive that Leigh was little driuking" tho
way Intends that this time everything drunk wten selected and was pn "You mean you
shall be la readiness before the 6th Labitual drunkard. fluence of liquor tl
of April. 1909. One man swore that Leigh had de. were ltlett.d and
It is of the most vital Importance cleared that Carmack was a "blank "Yes ir a"
that the coming Legislature shall blank, and should have been killed "Hut not drunk?"
recognise existing school conditions long ago." Otlers said he had ex- "No sir. whon I
uad bring the State out of the chaos pressed th.i pinion that Sharpe was .now anything"
Produced by the recent supreme court innocent r d that the Coopers were 'Ie iJdmitted that




mEme reeds:
"-tved.a T Ohat the @eh of Mr.
W tt prtited to tbhe daily ConTrew
a t Reead of Jmmary 1. 10". con-
law hmgInms gromp & ad In viola
Utmi tf he pruim of debates. and
tat tw eM e s trckom from the

Traic Death;

SSuicide o WomnM

At *dW -Of a 1a -th
of I-* pmhy. a s-

el d te asi-"dl odeur

0" t e h be s em-
1, bm he late a ne
SMr. PraMr BhemlL inmsr
3eg I tO ms t em thrw-
bo ly ton the ad ad
M -m ----- Mr. -
M-w Mb ben i veceaMd piek
d l mu d eIar up oemveyed
Ito D. Otnmah. whe It was~ dr
o imteltw l i1wuriee of a
OM toasf aemter had result d.
ma" lO a emverye to the
-m N-pimLwoIese hbe died
ip bees aw tioe esIdeat occur-
k imAt thMough sot at al to
fr do bow's miMitkg with his
-- greatly shes-ed ad & or
W s oaeldemt. l ad gnaroe sly

psgled Ia Mseaaey.
,ste Co omprisln s'Charle,'.
0" 1t11 yesterday afternoon by
evmyaue for M I'anoj,)
y played lat aight to a
eat huSastIc house e'allig

aered to pay all attentions to the
lad and his eatir f meral expense$.
The mother is fratic over the death
at her 1Wyear-old boy. who Industrious.-
ly crtked to support her and hab lit-
UtI brother and sister. their father
aviaSng ome time ao deserted his
family and left them In destitute cir-

Committed Guslide.
Yesterday at 10:30 o'clock a hand-
some woman known here as Trixle
Brown. died from a dose of laudanum
which she took Monday alight at the
house of Mabel fuller. where she baa
ben living for some time. It is said
the drug was takes immediately after
a quarrel she had with a tman. who is
here to run sme of the novrlt) ftea
tares om the 8tate Pair Range .lrown
to said to be an assumed name. The,
strt, who was very handsome. is said
to be of an excellent fanilly *ell
known in Atlanta HIer relative's in
that city hba% be- n Colunilutliat'ed
with,. but up to thli timIt' no uord has
come from thbu, and the' unfortucatel-
soman *ill pro.al.ol Ieb luiri.d here

(OlIpo.ed of citilxiin frulli llil i of till
places adjac.ulet tt %hl..ioI.
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(By Observer.)


s t0 ,

in cameetle we
aid "aeve a% &
to come belme m
had closed. Jhw
Leigh. exzpl
and told bt bb

Tuesday." LW^
nd also oo Wedma
ay I was saleesti
mack shouldaM e
declared a beisf In
but denied ssyig
he Cooper. Oa
e qualified his a-
ness and deebar
ts that he "was a
se days.
were under the 'W
he day before yeM
on the day itatff"

I'm drunk I dat

he had been gim
since being am d

fI On theo asle of The defense the wit- .r,.
J -.esses s Ivhtted Leigh was a drinking' The court ordereA Leih returau
man. that i.* kad taken "a few" the | ) the jury room until his case W
day he waA 6aaap on the Jury, but dcciled, and he was advised "t eat

MLROAW Ju. 8.---ItI Rev. X. they Inslted tl bA was hot drank out" the two little drinks a day er*
G. Weed, assisted by Rev. C. B. Hed wit i the delnition of JMdge Hart after. Attorney-General McCarn ai
rick, heM services at Trtiny char that is. that he was not making AI pub- that an order be entered prohibill
ox Sunday. Two large and appro- e m ismace of himself. the serv t of liquor to the Jury sad
native coagregatoms listened to the R. H. Sherrin. a member of the the court so ordered except la the
most oexelleat aermons preaebed by grand Jury eased by the defense, case of Juror Whitworth. whose phyli
the Bishop. Daring the otertories Mr. thought Leighb was sober on last Wed- clan prescribed it. Judge Hart thei
sad Mrs. A. 3. Pearsall rendered "The nesday. said he would listen to discussions a
Lord is My Light," by Allism. aad On cross-examination he vigorousl k the case today, at which. too. these
-Praise Ye the Lwrd." by Vordl. The denied that after he had gone on the charges against Juror Jacksou will be
chulek was beautifully decorated. bond of former Sheriff Cartwright. ar-I considered.
During his visit the HIMhop was the .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Remmel. _.

Attention is called to the Masonic
*upper at the Huffman House at 6:30
p. m., on February 5th. The public s
cordially invited.
The martans arrived on January 21.,
about ten days earlier than last year. III I

The wooden drains on Belamy
avenue, near the poetoice, aod on
Pearl street, are being replaced by
clay tiling. A much needed Improve-
Service will be held at 11 a. m. on
January 31st at the Lutheran church.
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Black
of Boston. Mass.
Miss M. McLaine of Coreopolls.
Pa. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Waters.


JUDOON, Jan. 28.-After a great
many changes and moving around
everybody have settled down to work
plowing and fixing lands for another
crop. J. I. 8topenmn of Trenton bas
rested Mrs. Carter'a house here and
has moved into it, C. H. Haggle) has
rented and moved to the Ira Carter
iplae: Johli Quinceuy hag mobed to
the Ilroau place'. Ihx Tolmas of lIut.
toi anid lii- motlithr are- e~lagig to farmi
Slth .1 II .1filihi.-4a, (; A I'err) lnL i
b.. 1u1 -.1 tl I lthei IumLA.) l'lAce,. J J
I'milli r iu lo ,-a it a a frta1 thvrrt lu

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SACRAMENTO. Cal., Jan. 26.-
Legislation against the Japanese was
temporarily put aside by the State
Legislature yesterday, as a result of
an agreement between President
Roosevelt. Governor Gillette and the
leaders of both houses. Assemblyman
A. M. Drew agreed, after a conference
with the Governor. to amend his anti-
alien bill. Grove L. Johnson was not
willing to positpotme action on his
Japan*-M' bill,. but a motion to put all
the nme-asures over for a wvek prevail-
ed with little opposition. The Gover-
nor rec -teod the following telegram
from the President'yesterday :
"I must agalu express from the'
stanlpoiimit of all our people the appre-
cilation of the great service that you
are rendering I have absolute and
entire faith In the judgment anid pa
triotlhao of the people of the great
State' if California. anid I know that
thie) aill ksui|ortl ) j .1M \ letlt-r I

alriad\ oni itp wi% a ti l u i d i
Iatike' at puI blic t aI eI'. tl-e d '-ar"-
Senator M. i Aa ihoa t iantri it u *'I in
Sl1e utpp| Ir h I thea111 ii er4 in1K ta J ilnl

J Adiamizu h r c h' rI trading s* ,l

Si. I Iff 1..1 I lt .. l I llli
. ~ t l, ;.* I .i ,11n i i'Ili a. 11 l l l.e --
I 0 A I ', I i i, I, -" li.i II, t: 1 "' -

r e.!Ita,,

Will B Brought Up.

W'aut adve'rtitaatg is a force- which I. la ..II II I 1,14 *.1k -1 11" N1i u i. 1e ~ -t~tIll
You can h~Arues-a., md ual~b uwt~t: ,uu tw.kel ~11. .' 1 e i Sit 4C-1 1 --Ii.tIt.le .iktt. VlAh'tI w~
van drl'.e ur .!.auati .'d l~urI..iv#tag iiilaa~i a. i e iei
tu ean) deile,1rA stluiaae io .t. I I i 1 ~ li.. ~ a .*j,! a..a fl,'I.1e V-1.1. ~ l:l


resolution calling upon Congress to I
quest that the Japanese consul-gewl
at San Francisco be recalled by MS
government on the ground that he
offlclally had attempted to Inti*e"
the action of the California LAg1*
The alleged offt-ens of tbe cOasd
was that he- had called uplo GovTrf
Gillette and asked him to prevent the
enactment of alni Jaljanese bills peIa

Would Ignore Resolution.
WASHINGTON. l.in ..-AcceroIdl
to Senator lhalge. anti other li**D31l
of thet Se nat.' Czinatnit 1" t" 1 1JoW
Relalious,. (Cllgrt-. aould 1 Dot te
tonizaillnce of a re-soluitiola ahi' StAN
Senator Authony aImtroduc'-d I1 1ls
Californi l. aiiliatlire' .t llanK upTO
Conlgre-i to r.-tie-t1 ith,, r'.,ll 0f the
laiat.i*e .e clli.N'l Ki it'al a ait **
via'1, 1h It i a :, ,I LL-. t Ill" 0011
ma1 ili t in a .- I. I ,,, t'. rnne
M ian .Ir iln l JllAlflth h, t1 f u f -
. a ul e i t. I.t I.. 4 i-1 '.Il Il l, *I I I

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46 MORMO Ohwlmnmserable
%dog diormgesble.
M-.-4inigd lofpttlag Into
= S ? atf~t at once
Iikbbe for your
owo me reliable voce
am byW. M. Johuq.

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Ia, Wk ad inmaou,
.Wed to HMith by Vinol
"O ltUte dMather. six years of age.
after a severe attack of the meoaes,
hickh developed lato pneumonia. w is
in pituaily this. weak and emaciat-
dL. Eb. had o appetite, anJ her stom-
chb %as so weak It could not retain
food. tbe lay Inla this coadltion for
weeks. and r.othing the doc.or p:e-
sertbed did a bit of sood. and we we:e
begiantag to th.nk hab woubd Dneer **.
"At this tae we comm aced to tveo
her VIacA, and the e5iect was manrel-
em. The doctor w as d at her
prwas, and when we him we
were iving her Vinol, replied, 'it
o & fine remedy, keep It R We did
f, and she recovered he a hatk anad
seegth meths before the doctor
th101t she Cold." J. W. muam
VW0tland, Me.
Vadl mr en adtleas IUke this boe
ageief a sa u NmMMl masw it tmmeseem
to aGPetMle, taa up the dlaUO
0611 me d16M M r d leedd 1 smd
-u n e rmat l a the bedbo.
VYNOL I sW" I i mnluf wle fly W.
I. Jebmeksa Doun .




Owing to Central Leeatin Firm Will
Lely D an Extemive Skel-
am With RetalWes.
.,..bW- _4 .6

The Hartafeld Grocery Company
will be ready to open their new whole-
sale business here about February
This company, who have been a
long while in this particular line. come
'rom Moultrie. Ga.. and being men
horougbly experienced in the line
hty are to follow, it is expieted that
hey will do a tr.emendow business'
mut of this section. owing to their cen-
ral loadtioln. In fat,. there is tith
ng but the freight rate that %ill inter
ere with thin doing a l<-.litad, g Ii.i-
.nIs anill thi ts.e tion. which sas fcr
nany ytars handle i here I,% oth.ir
holt : tl<,' ( ero.< r i.u. heut v .tf-
naTl. ( ntul ll. d ti i' uii) \e t, .lark
eli ille
The building to be octcupied i now'
nearing cowiph tion and tihe finihiliing.
are being placed to tile bidding. so
the new firm will be ready lto open
up not later than the l;th o F I'tru
Por the liresent the company will
have two local representatives to rep-
resent them here and on the road.
and a good business it6 anticipated by
be nlew Or Ia



Following Is the standing of the
candidates in the piano contest:
Miss Catherine Haile, city .... 376.775
Mica Dorian Ellis, city..... ..374.345
Miss Hessie Dupree. city ...... 34,.405
Miss Plorrile trickland ....... 156.795


M. Daughtrey. city...... 155.130
Mary McCormick. city... 69.015
Nanale Dickinson. city... 419.V45
Alma Pennell. city ...... 39.90o5
A. Groff. Newberry....... 37.1010
Julia Carter, city...... 36.15
Jesie Evans., city........ 27,40
Mabel Saches. city ..... 21.970
A. Strickland. Waldo..... 20.340
Eatelle Beal. city...... 13.175
Eama, Hudsao. city ...... 10.705
I. Ware High Springs .... 9.765
Anaie BevUle ........... 7.50
Miasae Shawl. Alachua .. 7.725
K. Carlto., Micanopy.... 4.975
Lsale Sheppard. Bell.... 4.905
Qoldie Lambert. city ..... 4.1 5
Elevena Stat, Waldo ...... 3.570
L Sanders. Hawthorn ....2.150
A. W. Sargent .......... 2.135
M P'ernades. city ....... 2.100
Ruby Albright........... 2.080
Mary Thigpla. city ...... 1,.56

aieti ESpeanking

Coastla Il pualshmeet only whem
a child is actually bad. Some moth-
ers thiak that all cryla is badnese--
it's bot. Whea your baby cries, look
for plas or some external case; if
FM M a't Sad them give the baby
White' Cream Vermifuge, as the
chain* are U is suffering from worms
which keep it hungry aad cross all
the Utime. Pleasant to take-sure la
Ih action Price Z cents Sold by
W. M. Johuwsoa




He Personally Knows That the Two.
Million-Dollar Bond Issue Has
Been Floated.

"The proposed trolley line from
(salnesville to Lake City vii Worthing-
too Springs Is an asurtd thing. '
declared A. G. Lamb of the latter
place to a Sun reporte-r Thursday.
He stated that there was not any
further doubt about the matter, for
he personally knew that the mam-
moth bond Issue of two million dol-
tars had been successfully launched.
sand work would commence on the
buildings and darning of the plant
within the next sixty days.
Me saa* that suaflclet power will
be secured to furnish power to oper-
ate all the factories and trolley line*
that the company would build for
some Ume to come. and that their
first venture would be to branch out
for this city.
Realizing that It would prove a big
thing for Worthlngton, he has made
arrangements to meet the demands
and is already enlarging and making
many needed preparations and Im
provements in his hotel property
there, and besides Is having another
largerr and more commodious bathing
.ool built which will be used as a
combination pool. while the old one
will be used exclublvely by the ladies
mnd children.
A large aut tion : ale of lotb will oc-
"ur there next We-dn<-day. -.nd he'
m3r made arrangements to gihe a
lance at hls ipoiular hotel on T.,.s'
lay night prect'diung the sale. Iai\.r"
curedd fine t i ic for the w .ca ilin.
11 i4 t a "live ofine" :andi .-.o s [!I h.
he' lwoIole' of r\'rt .i i :.r. .i!-o
'liv-e to the m irtioni p'., r I :.
,itl re is t.S l ii lt.l ,t rill r : t, i '.i .' ;t L.

I 1it i'l h

Fer City Marshal..l
Ire'.Ipectttaly .,nu 't lune io)ty *i! i. N
aidi~it'for Owt,,%, v (,CI:M.si
lial. to b.. i f(ur at t:.,.*
I. t
W, we A aii)EiI!t f.-a r or ~i v, i g
pe ''t r'(t 1.% "1;, tY 11 ta ~ it. 11:j J


Have You Heard of Hyomei for Ca I
tarrh, Asthma and Hay Fever.
If you whe.ze' or ni,.o',. ha k or
jpit. -iufle' or blo %% ,')tin. lutilg iit lhe'
:uatt.r il the' "i"n.i Lia l4 of %, t r
re i'irator) Irtr t. a1d 3'OU L d Iyo-u
And you need H1omeni be'caubet It
will cure you of any catarrhal or in-
1Iammatory condition that exists.
It lsn't a stomach medicine, or
,pray. or douche, but a very pheasant.
healing. antiseptic balsam. from the
eucalyptus forests of Australia. You
breathe this balsam air through a
small. hardy rubber Inhaler, and it
reaches every nook, corner and crev-
ice of the membrane. and promptly
kills the catarrh germs.
J. W. McCollum & Co. will sell you
a complete Hyomel (prosounaced
Higb-o-me outfit for $1.00, o0 the
money-back plan
"The use of Hyomel cured Mr.
Cutler of catarrh In 1904. He has
strongly endorsed the use of Hyomei
in many Instances, and we are glad
to go on record regarding this marvel-
ous catarrb cure and endorsing Its
us"--Mrs. A Cutler. 201 Poet ave-
nue. Battle Creek. Mich.. Oct. 12. 1908



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Send Denied Man Who Has Tried to
Kill Others While He Had
His Freedom.

R II. Owens. th Smith and .Mu-'il'white at Jones illle
on Tuesday morning. was gihen a pre-
Iimlnary hearing before Justlre Ira
J. Carter at Newberry on Thursday
and sent to Jatl without ball on the
charge of murder.
Evidence introduced at the hearing
was such that there was no other
course to pursue. and the man will
now be required to spend his time
In prison until the next term of cir-
cuit court, when the grand jury will
take up the case for hearing.
Owens ls very unconcerned about
the shooting and still a films that he
acted In self-defens In killing Mus-
slewhite, and maintains he was pro-
tecting his wife when he shot Smith.
He feels confident that he will come
clear at the final hearing.
The State's Interests were looked
after by Judge Syd L. Carter. who
went over to Newberry in the absence
of Attorney Rivers.
Every Mother
Is cr 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 serl-
mIs. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
cure the trouble at once and prevent
any complication. Sold by W. M
Jon Doll.


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i na Was Celebration of Fourth
AWVMrsyry of the Institution.
Or. Sledds Remarks.

if paasacola Journal of the 27th
am las the following regarding
eirees delivered by Dr. Andrew
preslde t of the University of
upon the occasion of the
malveragry of the founding of
1"Oneola Normal and Industrial
Teae day night:
O ie audlienme was In attend-
I t *it at the Pensacola Nor-
a d ladustrial School, colored.
ar'" W. Lewis. principal, the oema-
bj toW i honor pof the fourth annl.
4 y of the InstituUon.
af eeretses were opened by the
ll, the only speaker of the
I Dr. Andrew Sledd. president
4dS University of Florid:,. at Gaines-
Wbeing Introduced by J. If. Sher-
meretary of the local Y. M. C. A.
a% troducing the slwaker. Mr.
wrwtll said:
l know that God must Im,- with .onu
btli work. When I seet* %our s.chwl
ti s today, ( i;.',par< v N ii ii hiuii-
Us bsuiinnini I kuia' t i t.t ; ,1 i- I'!,

aI State' L: D
A &splerd I
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*I thank <>mi r r* i
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SWih Mr. SS.. : I. f : .
o and thai ,,i fi l .. -* i i i,
S entire' State i ,* .i II 1'i6I
|t'-hV to be ,r r. ht- >i.',t
"I *b lie ~ ill ,ilit imi for ;,il i" '
9 I n accord.anct \iii t l:, ir ;:; i<, .tit
i Mid eds. Al philiat.i i .i: I 9 0i of useful ilif.r ,mi.iti):i Io tlih. ir I
S atioo of our oun v%'lfar. :anild I'r lan
r of the, race' th, tir.-t r l, .i'it
Sd education. When art f.,r art.- -ak.-
Sd learning for l.;irining' Pakteh It-
Sthe rule-, e.- aret' In the. r" rr
tf retrogr.sil)i
i 1'e doorway of education is the
&rway for any race. I believe in
S nation for all ileople-every creed.,
"Mry race. God forbid that any man
A this land of the free. should say
door of opportunity is shut in his

S "There is a common foundation for
N M tion. We have not been taught
H N16h of what we are and what our
Snmandings are. The disease of
1"k worm,' among school children. Is
putctkally unknown among the'
b Nl ers of the State because It is
Is s the curriculum. Did you ever
W a school teacher tell pupills that
0a"miption (-an be lured?'
S "Speaking of diseases, tuhi'h are
i by the Mcientists t lo b incurable',.
f. Sledd said: 'Any doctor who 5a4)
5 n cure cancer is a fakir'-refer
i to me..
O' 'Ole of the' flr t thinikgs ., a.
i chers. ,houlil tea lh th,- .oliii^. l-
t, prnci p l. ,f pur, air .nel ph lb. i
Me rlrte i 't l ,,. .i,(.l
l agB in e "j .1i on 1 u1,11 1 \ i 'ln ia t i er
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Eight More Rooms to Be Added to
This Historic Old Landmark

at Early Date.

The old Oak Hall building now situ-
ated at the foot of East Main street
is to be remodeled and added to at
an early date.
It is understood that R. F. Hamp-
ton. the owner, has decided to add
eight more rooms to the building sad
move It to a point fronting on Mag-
nolia street.
The house when completed will be
used either as a boarding-house or
rooming apartments, and work will
probably be commenced at an early
date on these proposed changes.
L M. McCormick e also contem-
plating making additions to his large
house. corner East Main and Mag-
nolia streets.

A Religious Author's Statement.
be glaid to For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly Ftricken with a severe
pain In nmy kidneys and was confined
ARE WO to -e.d eight days unable to get up
SAR % ft!,,ut as.-i.ta.nce. My urine con-
0. 7 t nii* Ia thltk a i hito ",ciliniit and I
I t" -* i : ;iin fr. ,i t da.t y : id night.
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A .1 I 'at '-ta :and A. G. Pick.-tt are
Ia th in ll; at Iie ho l iw i t he' h lattr thll ii

Misses Stella and Irene Miller \1.--
ited friends at the Utill Monday aftrr
Madam Rumor has it that one of
our girls is to be married soon.
A. It. Myers of Eutairiille. 8. C..
slw-nt 5everil days here as the guest
of friends, lie left Monday and will
iisit IDaytona and Jacksonville before
be returns to his home.
S. WV. Smith of Itaford has arrived
in our midst and will again be woods-
rider for Cunmnier.
Mrs. S. Morrell of Ralford returned
to her home Monday, after visiting
her friend. Mrs. L. C. Smith.
11. A. Pickettr ibsted Jackson'ille
last week.

Can a Medicine Be a "Fake"
that has liU4ed and grown in popular
it) for thirty .e-ars. and demoniitrated
Its worth hfy at ual cures of female
ill- In thoii-aiids and thousands of
.*iiet ricaii fatioli i, '-
Anu fair niiiild c iintellige'nit |i-ir'r II
w ill i lhm ii.t w ll ;iil-% r .1)' Such
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l:y i 'At.: ;til i t lock lad t: t ,u'und
evl ;1:j m: irn.itg. O, f v'urs u liie\
to 1, i ur. uaiL if there is rr' l!y ani.
S thinI th.t % %.! ai.ikLe tIhe J, I a. i r ait-l
Siiore pleasauut youl tlil w:alit t- know
i iti ut i. I> cte'rs biave !u pi' :;ii- m rvql
tla t t4ll1 1-.1 r; ti st llu lkelil i- t',
t!iw inmrning i due tio il'j;ggli'h l.,ti, n f the blood in tthe liraini. Thi,
4aiin In*' quicklyy overcome Isy ini -cl;cihi.i:
the line k Ui tb' neiloighItibrhi.it of the
jugular vein. ihus stirring the 1l4mlM
to life anlld ationli. Rub your neck
well on both sides and dr leave you. Try It "- New York Times.

Happy Either Way.
The old Puke of Norfolk. who was a
very shabby dresser. met a privileged
friend In Bond street. London. Said
the privileged friend, a military man
of the premier duke's own age: -Why.
duke. what's come to your clothes?
You look as If you had raked over
you" rag bag to find them!" The duke
replied, with a abhrug: "What does It
matter what I wear here? No one
knows me." A few months later the
same friend, imelf always a well
dressd man. met the duke again, pot-
tering about In the neighborhood of
Arundel. the delightful Busses village
under a hill crowned by the castle
from whose name the eldest son of a
Duke of Nerfolk always takes his
"courtesy" title-Earl of Arundel
*"*W. duke." msid his friend again.
"w t's the matter with your clothes?
Th duke shrugged bis shoulders
again. "What does It matter what I
wear here? Every one knows mer'

Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la triple coughs that may
dev'hlol il.to pneumonia over night
are quit klv cured by oley's Honlley
and Tar Thr' aore ai! intilinAd luling
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The Long Distae System

One of the moot valuable faturMe
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our osnneo
tion with the extensive leng distance
lines of the Amerieen Telephone and
Telegrah Company and the there as
seslated Sell Telephone sempanies.
We own th. anud of mile of le*n
diotanee lIMes in the seven Sttes In
which de *perste and in addltlei esn
eemneet any telephone In eor system
wfth lintso aIeadlng amy bher a ty
In which a Sell Telelphoem system le

These leng distance line are *of the
meet modern and a ImpWe tm.
ti andl ae maintained at a MNl
at of offmionsy. The Smel *ymm,^

oeraotinIg vrtios stie f
country, ame uem ina M seT e
meot and iN their mbtnodf
Only by rei se M 9of eemo fe

1he1 e ee.. les It 0le11t pe as0
Mk forg"me a ho -b

in the s .ogu
Tihle ft ag .ua 0"M%
Iq tag Ma So i S
delly in @smIlesoe ad 0r

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The I.,-,~ oVes Visible.

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G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retallesag .a. Jebboi in

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Graiq, GardeR Seed aqd Fertlcrs
Highest market price paid for Chiokeine Es and et Pmfd

A Complete stock of Hay. Ca. Oat. Fw., bum, Isl. O
See Meal Mad wRye We handle eily stoevy Vm
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se m& pue meengs lauSL
Gl was mlega that every
do Um m wlorpreeemte

oe Caem a. hMghbly
ow abbhe eggp, as they
%atast wof the best eab-
Shave ever raised, sad ome
Dm*have eat 114 to So
lw, esad are AOt through

ll4Si -et o f tell bod
It vu Wwsdeeedto
oftevw 4d o edioties
I m aMd Track Grow-
M@ les at alas fulI -
b. z:: r-
m iiiterest lug ao -

Mgi 1ber. Theh. rme,,.
rul The N wI bbe M
lve on cod liler oil. These
to oeld and physical straln.
Ekpcrc ha t hie tem that
fatty foods give warmth and

Ptr *AMWho have od and thin
bods, or we -s1m td with
consumption or any wasting
amI, no fi ki so
d~Igtbie ad palatable a form u

Scout's Emulsion
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IWO be lat on request to A Queer Lecson.
d l Uou f that "On the slow and c eap shlps." saId
b a purser. "the souvenir thief does M
14 G- rV ^ be harm. but on a fatuou: Atlantic lner.
i^" jll.M 01"1e 0 e whVv records are broken and tiptop
I Pl- Ca0a for prices abound, the amount of stuff that
Slr thinO hildlremu disappears is shocking.
1 Oe SeWip at A ftr gym- "Only things with the boat's name
ogo 9.qm umes. They are eon-champagne glasses, ink wells, curl-
4 Mth aOd Mot hills re- Ing tongs. buttonhooks. and so forth.
E. &E l f atu* and after And what are we to do about It ?
S'itr Wk days th "We had an Amerlean peerees
asea board last voyage. The day we reach-
d New York a .t.warde. came to me
SIs a seeerdance lth the adald:
tl ~a ver to ru s 'Oh, Mr. Meet, I Just sen Lady
Blank's cabin trunk, and she's taken
S.. two of our nest silver Ink wells!
"Here was a quandary, ehb The
e ptait was called In. and be settled
the matter nla the umaatisfactory way
Vwow*kl t hIM a wch things are usually settled.
Sl pad .r 4 "'- "We must teach Lady Blank a lee-
s dol f the Sawanase sam,' he growled. *'At the same time
U rarlnw to the Gulf. penal mst be avoided.' He thought
l w I a the &ep A momet, then mild to the stewardess:
A ad M-at be ob- 'Take one of the Ink wIlls and leave
00 eiat ammd a" to he other. hat'11 show ler.' "-rhl-
adelphia Bulletin.
Sa B I welfa r tof Crafty MasterF Pox.
A fts was *ee day seen coming out
OWLu asa 0 hi G it a a t pie of stores near the water-
Sy of the se. e hid In the heather for
M l n t a wOUld reselt awhile and then pushed out mome-
b a u- A a to bas- thing on the water, whk-h proved to
e- peia of tdm at plae should be a bunch of mm. The wind took
Sa'ueleioS at a move vaf t into the middle of the lake and
4 etpate aiMuy ia tM blew it past some doaks sitting on the
'sartace. Having watched his venture
for pwehaps ten minute with appar-
ent eatlfaetlon and observed that It
*A- m lao a Paalailat. feared the ducks without arousiang
IW 99r., the pialst has had their asupicloans, our friend began to
o swim mdur aineg hs collect another and larger bunch of
Mss, which be allowed to float in the
Sh i Samf e hek was aae dire action, but this time be swam
69 hi t a del by sa *ez bhhlnd ittaking eare to show only his
4s i l a the sudliwme whom eyes and nose aeore water. Just as
!-al .Ir ditrlag the re- It was paying the grpup of ducks be
Sli Ml Ctect On another made a sudden dive. pulled down a
4 11111 i1 Italy. he had to be car- bird and swam back to shore under
m anBdrna tumane water. Arrived there, be carried the
iN e the ftos *of frantic ad- duck to the pile oif heather. where his
wife and daughter were no double
it l f i umat 0taerlary expe- waiting to enjoy the fruits of his In
Ss WI 1i R3iaI. It wasa i a bor.-"Forty-dve Yearsi f F'.,t."
Ofml m aM r Maeew, and in the --- .
l i i bt- e tie pisalst Toe Muh Piace.
11SW10 a6 1C the pollee oa the
a- that he was obtaaing money TYou feel as If you had one face too
I Site O prn.tms. The police ac. may who you have neuralgia. don't
SWa based on the grolnds that a ou? Save the face-you may need
9 am11 a4We appeared on the pro- It, but get rid of the neuralgia by
0 aI that there were no dancers. applying Ballard's Snow LJniment
vaiSo ted the twerble fact that lnest thing in the world for rheu
M.S had plSyed two marhs matlsam. neuralgia, burns, cuts. scalds,
s a igle sci M, being pr;I t lame bees and all pals. Sold by W.
Ti Wu K. Johnson.

i i APtIWN8 C'ea Sik Head Pays to Advertise.
*am "When I was doing tbusiiesq in a
S iM NVari Headache. Travelers. Very nmill wa y." renarked a nbrewd
S ma owe ad ache from Grip. Stom b.ranht. "I' adverti"d that bhad a,o
p 8 -braouh Stores.."
0A TbaM Or W FeOale troubles **Wellir
~p ate-at's UIqud-efects Im- *That made p people think I was run-
idIaly. oeld by dragglats. nlMug a claimy ishl.. aid iPretty soon I
was able to- oqji'Irnio mah Istores. ee';"
-Loulsvilli ('uurier Journal.

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Bears tbM :h /A y $ [
COvg tie south t, Brooks-. gna ture of i% .
vil'e; ati U Oalaad .. --. .
yomd; wet to Suwanall Rii- Courtesy at t. Panahop
ver; norti to Alachul ligh "Y, 1 I rl i ,., ir I c~< '
and Wortbhiisuton Ni|rinisc, wii "j
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I'ILLd, bAW-MAll.l1 sutl AItM.'-. It re ,,
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"11` 4Ju it 1r m "e*I '1 uiV yint imi mn n as
tuir-. IhalitI ;ll -Ni w York ((ouibe

Iani), little lIk-s hait i*or ..io
by l'ole-%' s lioney anmd Tar. ft or c, ca
ecolds. c roto ip ani v%' i -mit ii jg ol umag Id l O I t
1* 'he totl)- afc to r-nioi-oly for Iiditalt
ard i o bald uIr t, a'it (-m t.I.& 1,- 1 o : '?.
or utio r ltart -tic dt-tos!, a*ioo4i oildr.
likt Fole lio'ioo'3 isi I .ir C, it 'I
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ow Ged Come to Write "Lea DR. r D F. WAI.DO,
Patto* de Mouehe." Scores of Gainesvilli Readers Are
Sardou sat working st a msenic adapt Learning the Duty of the Kidneys. -- ENTi.
fatlon ft Voltaires "4'andlle." ai KidneyT
hung are not Iteause there was no. To filter the blood is the kidney raha uidi
prons.i-t of a dinner, but because hil duty. Oraham Bulldin, g
pie wi, empty tiand be had noti 'When they fail to do this the kid- PhOne 1. Aim A sLe
penny wherrwith al buy ot.c. Sud nit. .are k R. EDARD
denly on iopenliing a drawer of his tile ackae and may kidne lls EDWARD CL AR
he uttertld a ryi of joy it the slight of lackach a kidney ol
live or six tk kets of a wine company low.
which gave ts customers a rou her I'rinary trouble, diabetes. DENTIST,
fo(r 20 centimes for every lbotte ipur Ioan's Kidney Pill% 1 lire then all.
chnaed. A quarter of ianl hour after- Gainesville 'ople indorurse our Offilcs in Graham n i
ward be was the hallpy IosM,'e.sor of claim. Sauilders & .Earlv' stor a
a silver franc pie-e anid Sollien. ollsi bt Mrs. V. .. S encr. 211 W. Arlington N.o. : .';.
sies. tr-.t. Gailn,. ill.. Fla. na-x: It
licking up a srap of paltpr off tht would be hard tiod,.crni.how" lis..DaVzRI:B. Ot
sanded door of the tobl.l,' h 1,,It. be ouid bt hard to decri how I g D. DVERE MOR
was about to light his evi1 i.*.1 ftred from a weak and achin back.
words "Marie I aurint" < :. ti l At tines the pains wer,, intense ...DEN IT IT
eye. The "iunf*e..hSi!er(.l tr'-l' t-:r-.o' that I could not geKt ili or down. IT
out to, Is the frngniint f1 iI 1, t'r fr was also troubled ly rho naiiiiatii d --id
the well kiiown 1l tilrt-s ,to lhr -.,! diffr-nnt liarts of iw l oll.. lani-'; On Oc o Gaines illee Nv e
(hlirhle. Sarnlou ilut hN liuil Ii l hi- stiff and lane. A fri.end flnallv ad- Phoae 2W |
pocket. but on lihl w;4 hi, w, e hi." Pived it lrv l ). i's Kidny I'ill. PO.M
Slot weivin: faclliis. Fitiiil.ltedli 1) ai.td l tirurig a INxx. I KI., tn 1il lh r
the fumes of the t-toba.co, at oute re use. I a gla to tatI ho ti r .
assperl"e thenselve.. u to .. :iia glad tI -y that th,. id D .- J. P AL)LttAll.
"This Is tlhe. ilmo-eiut .lh.ter of a up t- reiro.n-u,,iitiol., r.lmoZi>K tiho '
mother to her loy." hie snaid tt himself. an114 ini disoi..fing of tho- rltumnI- D -TIS
"Suplpo lng, however. It liNd leen the ti4lil-. I can honei,.-tl3 say that Ikain D T
Setter of a woman to her lover and, Kidney Pills did ni mniore good than
falling by a similar a klievit into the any nildicinte I had iprl\ iou-ly take-i." 0C*C over Dutt. As M
hands of ile woman's husbuadl. wish. For salh ly aull deal-ers. 'Pric, :,oi Phone 280, CaljesBf If
Ing to light his cigar"- cnts. 'o.stor- Milburn Co.. tiffalo. -- -
The slggesltion le to his piny "Les N York. .ole ago, ts oor the li- W E. BAKER,
Pattsa de Mouche. -- London Chron- t.d Stat ,..
1eRem-ninthr the name Doans and TTORNY T
The Story That Is Told of the English Brain and Muscle.GAIN98VIL Al.
Colonel Burnaby. According to Misa Loane. the author OtIinVHL y mAw l l.I
In the bl.graphy of Colonel Fred of "Frou Their Polint of View," more in Halml io ,
Burnaby there is a characteristic men are tranmw and more women are
History. told by his friend L.rd inning. miserable housewives if married or FERDINAND BAYER,
of that soldier of herculean frame and underpaid slaves i single beus ATTONEY AT LAW
reckless courage: they cannot or will not use their brain ATORNEY AT LAW,
We were engaged In a football power thali l.ause they are too lazy GAnUVILLUl. .
match on the green Inside Windsor for hard Idi'y labor. The amount of -
cavalry barracks. and the verandas purely nlihtell.ctuall drullgery dimdin- a sell your itiy prp ,
were crowded with onl.*okers as the lbsel*every !'ear and the demand for prowd and animaproed),
colonel. dressmd for Lndon In frock intelle;:: -vr.:h-s increases. trekina and farming l
nThed litlittir l i e f ir wmreirn patient. rdeir0of w btou rfer for 86.
cost and tall hat. with a (igar in hisT aT e w nor r liil,, n wndo :n patient. lit ofw a chroyoun-rerfor
mouth. came out of th t.fflmers' quar- le ra mffre. oindoti ltorko. achnon. ,us &A. CARLISLE,
terms and iroee ded :.owly across a Ic Rufforer. who ..anu.l to keep house A. ARLILE
t)men and proif-hed,il ly. across a!-and chihlren hi far nmore iwrfe,'t order
corner of the grutind. apparently ob-. thn lforet*e nr fgtor or. 'f trd AT"7ORNEY AT LAW
liviloua of the fact that a match was In han v"Ir' s M-li!i1gb. lwasvs e ru- O E i -
progress at the time. At this moment bilkg nld Ult ing. She was once And ,oieiMor ia EqBhs
our fulllm( k. a gglna rle Yorkshireman asked ho named lna'q, who nmust have weighed and :le r p*lh'l: s' Eatate, Cooveaali ma
oneare ifteen than fourteen stone. I"I 1s-*s iny inhill do thlirt p arts of oral Preetiee. All buim ees
charging l ituously for the ball. lt. It liS t imuc'h what I does.t but attended to. Offt.e nest Imib
dashed full Into flurnuay. The impact what I Asto[s fr"m hi Ing did. t" te. 3xi1aeILa.
was terrific, lout while. the Yorkshire- RANK CLARK. THOS. W.
man. hurled I atkward by the s ho.k as You would not delay taking Fol,-)'. :- ANK CLARi.
though he h d collided with a luoun- Kidney Remedy at the flr.t sign of CLARK & FIELDING
tain. lay ga.sphi] on th. g-roundl. neither kidney or bladder trouble if you rea
Buniuhy's lhat nor the angle of hbln Iled that neglect might result l Llawyers.
clg.r was in the sztulle4t degree dis- Iright's disease or diabetes. Foley.'-
turbed. In f:e-t. hle Nwarcely s4nmed Kidney Remedy corrects irregular -
to realize that a collision had taken ties and qures all kidney and bladder
place. When he did %so he reumovred I:Ns disorders. J. W. McCollum & Co. Practice in all ',,,irts Stat
cigar from his uionth and. with hls F.,,l.
pleasant smil:e. ail. "lDpar ip. I do G w W Oucru T
hope I am n,.t interfering with the -U-UN.
game." The shout of delight which
went up from the vr-rndas was a M i
thing to reirembler. 0 S over Gaiaes"tUw Natitllr
t--n tC d Tuner and Rehuilder "VILLE.=
Studying the Crowd.
"There doen 't sitomi to be ay dif- The want ads. do more real
ference betwev n a crowded train in Etimat*es Frnisihed Prcwirtly and Al business than all other brokers
the morning and a crowded train at Work Guarnte1 bined-In fact they 'htrt" mt
night, does there" queried a subway References.: Adlm: the budin aesst that te birokril
traveler of his companion. "But I l8udlen i, Bates GAINEKVILLE, te bun that bre
could distinguish one from the other Abram--lfill Co. FLA. agents finish.
even if I had no Idea of the hourss" -
"N'o All you ne re the Ur.z orf ronver.antion. In the
morning, when the crowd is fresh and
on the say to business. the conversa-
tion li at least ten tilnesl In volume I
what it Is at night. when the crowd las I MEI EW MANiSMET
tired arId on the wny home. Often-
tlmes at night I've Ibeen In a crowded A w r n A
car f, or ten nut,.. w it,,ut h,,,rh, g A Nw Fir 'Cis Hotd at M01e
sound save the rattle of nel.spali rs ,lt
and an ocn,.l.ni nl onugh. Tsiat samrue Meaill itI.at, (i i Iilli i flti-h Iglut. (' litrlly
e.rowd i.he i ,..,ornii g would he full | wd'tt.<. ".rvi'h' (Jil;ir;ii. ,.
of dinloinue. i.un.tu:ited here and there a. N. My ... 0, uiL | l
with Iau:hter W. N. uERTEL. Mager R. E. lLL


mm t. TSLPR~OWn ,ill
r ^-- for fve wek-srictly in
R O spt 4 Ier at ln tioe Mle. lnea.
6 wd^ L -mMa il m a tte r --r.
u y verti-inl made known oluldber
s 5upt. Contiomitrir Roon .

@Mr^. "MAN .LOCK

Biag ft.W.ek u I, n eih T IRoge. f tv
- ,^Mgw, published every Moiorn n et-
S .tliv e byall other inewth fcityhor
toeert of the t'nitr tates.ponited
W a. y-r: S s.wsx month-: It *s three
yenasa, for e on weeky at-trictlyn la

Ut W billek un i an eight pagdu ter f.ritv
op pper, published every Monday na a d contains all the news of the
k -t, Stale and general. and will be
gagge free. toany partof the I nited I
MWCastsia, for $1 oI n y< ar-i n %tMice.
gigatialatctbillq become due after first
. of advertisement. unle.4s otherwli
Isais contract Parties not known to uw
s,...e.i.ed nrv for adverti-ir iin ad.


Sywarover I.""itiilttte3 Iri:-ili
*wepre ieiite'iiet4l to !-.! i ti.
=A the nunilie r nettiall' -et%
rather fmore' than tt" 'Ifir
Jay of the yvar.Te. figures,
mi ftcludt' the nunt~ilwr etrtk
fa deth or that dii.'(iu a iaaon to(
1.Yet Russida seeks to loom-
&*dvflied country.

fbnirIs ho such thing a,4 a neutral
sror a mioralll atik (il,-niat'
Wek or strong lit charactf-r andt
tOndencies. but evo'ry pt-r'.on I,
.howc~er lit iv. W'a ure'
swing that %.hich jircxituce'-a
of corrupitiont and .tilut-re.or1
whb brings foith light to il.
and salt to pr.re-r%*..

Fmh bWits art, nmakitig ithir alspetr-
Is some of our li-'iLiture'- %itli
OMit old-time re'guaiaritY. This. j,
of the jiertaltio.. t. t l.11111( hit-
flIEr for the' pri~illeci.- ) #!f*zo
and It is alva .%. ; '.&'i~t .t '
and all tilt.nvicr.a iiso, ut
what way Ili a frteak hiill totila.%
WI's out to lte- a u~i:-v maid dit. ir-
Me tomorrow.

M@0 Banquo's ghio-t. tht ro, art, souif'
IMMIn the boclal world that w%-ll noit
APSI much as %e dieirv it Among
OM arte the. Thaw ycisv..the Diuke' ot
Ahf. and the sejualeible's hwtu .ev
AM Gould's ex Ihusleatd awl ierv'oitt
bIhAd. We foo'~ouilol like' tf) forge-t
GMn but the' fe'r~i hi it~agii~titic~ and
10Uiltnemy of i.oiit. unv%"lapet's A ill
ON etus

~t ?Ubsfa e'rmons anid iniisstonvis,
IN immmii)'alike,,iu the Oeutlogy. thuy
PS 60 departed. Some (if ithe- dvad.
I' *W Iha uld only eoniv back and thear
Of rftd A hat is said or a rittvu of

Wam a a sir t hiti asked k.31d
bs was Im-rfi'ctl% hapiN ie'ecause
3W Wis aazed and tdelightoti with
wahI written on his tc'ioi l-tota..

?em~peratict. ill t 'aitaia has niot
06the batne' adiia nt, vit hao illnlwimy
9 atr Stativs', but that it is mtakinag
lbYltrogrvpii Is t-e-vit fromi tht-teiti-
~lftt % 1 terie'z 4cviftly g.iamcd ili
4hOmI~O under tht' lc~cal opot imilit%.
?hk'iMA.. e %-ars age hill#- popculitt ii
d tat i'fO'eliffe %3s l et Iesieci
U d the 11111111 g1'i4 f ,;14 lle e i t 1, 1 It I# IC
IN. but th. 1attc111tr 'If -die$i. t~itd
Ofte4 o u-I. I47

lo 'w I'** ) h~- I l 1 t' e' C C


ai1 .Lt 'V, I'1"'t

Lb ULsU h seet ct cce'jI ~


CURRENT COMMENT. % 4 snii r tra''led aill the. a,\ I from
-- I Yrk t'Ctl ti t i -it frie'ui.l, in
The' Vir i ,iii I'tl,-t .1 \V: W iie.I !l,% .M ilt,,ti ti Ontariso (In ra;iI htilg NI
*r thoetiiht Itilthir fortl hee t w.a l- ilar.tr Falls. -lhe foiunel4 that owilmg to
Iti h It f an 'ro irl. lit hti 1 t it ',t thit th (';iti;: l;lata re '-t oti'l 4of thI at
1e00-le'1 jl-t inl (* to ith ,f t tie-' im li*' to tl ** tiil;irri 'he' A,.im uild ht i.tlablelh' to
siipil-irt h!iisin l thi \\' it' lIoI,-* that ltk.- itiito that comitntri ho.r iet Aingiora
M r 1(-Mi \, It it 0% fint l, ii >eitl'i i, t.it t'a t I hi h Lh.ild ; 'ti -):i I ti i- l her
Ar- w .ttiie. to* i ttis s its nltti(ch Soin. r t!h:tii Ipart n ith It s.he return-ed
f(ir ur mni \ "' to \N-v York a itliout prio'.4d|iitng to
Thli Ne' Y oirk \\'Wrlil ;a'\. If ('.al if.1i ilt,.n Unw ilima.t imagie, the fee'l.
ifoirnia uiindertak-,- to Iprobiihit all for ings of he r C('.aadian fri-indst on le-arn
AIKlgers from isiniiiK lal:d ii ti.it iStal. liK that the- ('emiltli f illthe at was
ft shhoil Il' pre'|ipareeleto trike a-*o pr,'elierre-d ti tth-irs.
Siret lilow ;at the' Ininniti. fNuit anil
shippeiin lihlu-tri.' t oif thIe' itle'. Il a i,.'ok or two ('il.ti ailli again
which ha)lo\ I n ar 'at l .!lhtl b.% for i.e hoisose..kee-t-.illI oll her (owit ac-
'idn capital .anid for. igiin tt r-. Th-l. (,imit ,andl e, erlhod aishe'is hli.r suc.
nir, .uigge'.t iil o sii.%1 her futurei- wit hou a certain iIIIKI\ !'Ig.
The LoutI.-ill' ("ourie r .Jiiurnnl ::. % tilnv4 ot he.r :iadelrs s m--ni tio be art-
If .11r Tarit ~ i-I. s to risl..' ti ;.'.i- ntiat(i i iti t h e spirit of seit.lsh am-
mioilil-. a:ft. r the- I'irth oif .itarch h<' hli,,ii ratilt.r than that of alitrkiotism.
,oill hI;l.a, Io .te f,,r h. il out of hlis ;ii hl. the' ('ulait- as a whole do not
own pIc'k, t. ;ilbeiiiih tie- S :.ite i se .*Ii toi r.-aliz' that elf-#governie lit
w ilii i :,riro\ ie. ihor- i fir him out ii : .4 i l,, l., irol,, ill calling for a -r
of the. ',ti;,li< fllIl ii., ('e 1ll 1-, h:li;i: ii ,' .anioiuinti of wis.e lseIf restraint
th I\i .- of 44l ti'h of a--'.- ill huth andl patrioti.il in i order to make it
';i i e i f ("'le lr'---. if he' -heoild c re' .i ,e'.->...
to Ia';i fr lthli out ci t Ihe pibli(c pat-
0Ca'* iti t1)1t e'senatyo ou

,, .,.It is lrioo to sn,*e so niany of 0ou
,Th. Itil.d Ilpia 6e.-oe a The e. Iertc, rs in their minestsages to thl
S,.,,i',,,. '\..e of ke.,.epit ar '.- .leiisl.ature s making the ne-ed of behttel
i- i r.e-paiir sultil. -ts to M r Tawn.ey. laws for safeguarding the life of the
of the Aipprop 'iitilin- ('oritt-.that worker so prominent. The enormous.
ij rhaps he had bett. tr -Ip building itnuitr accidl mentally killed and
i:,r. I:attle-hips ta.l we can ge't wounded In our mines, factories and
thoi-' w-' ha\e into good ord.r antd on our railroads is a scandal and in-
1. arni ho, to build themin and run to.*n dictates that human life is held too
so that they will not he constantly cheap. Statistics show that peaceful
tie-.1 up to the' repair ,shyjiAe The six- *.1llovyment in sonie Industries is
teen world eniroling hattl-hips are more. dangerous than facing an ene-
not disa.ble,.d yet. but it is expected n.) bullets.
that It ill cost millions to put themiu
in gi' 1l ord.r after they shall reach Mrs. Fyffe Declined.
iihoite. Snime year agio it was decided by
I The New York Tin,'s s-a.-' "Atgain. the riavy dle.i:rtiient that the pres-
if thle Whitle House' co-tS t0oo 1i iiulih. ence of the I% Ives ofill the tinavl offleers
a i- qiit, .e po-ihle. ni, a cird bIy iht. att the .slatlic station detracted tou
.idl:id of c..ointit ;aid Ilic.t.ii- l iutl-lh i fri-mi their offllM.tl duties. So a
geniie' ortIUdetr w..as 14u9e to the Beet
I n i. tiii i < Ii i rht it, lbii. ii,>'~>. ihi i rt
i i r .asi.l %li\ it. adminit strationi dliwretitig tlh:at lhe wilvet le sew nt home.
Atlmirail I-'yffel. whtoi a. I command
should not I-' r. r ',i/. d atll plat'ld of the lh 't, ree'ivel. the order In due
inll entipt' Itat nadi r. poii-ihl' iihandi.. tiie. inti It ,'ine I ac(k t,, tiht navy de-
Sif the-1 .i' n 11reL,.tl That wouldd I artiiieIt endorsed as fellows:
tbe i a r:ai< 1t :, inl a c ,n-ltl,' thing tio ,t. Indiorement.
do. ;i:d htl.-il o. itil lt be a r.-li-,.t Aiata ic i''.-et. .'i,.o; .ina. Japs a.
1li i er'i 4 ';,f,.11, rrturne i to the secre-
ti t th,' iliflll litt i h' O \hl, it. Ho -ll r t ar, t4 .. i \
tfo'r tih. t .i:i 1' Ie.ing si linlI ;i.- hi l coni- .i I lha oe <1e'1\,-t'd this order to Mrs
r, l'I .uiael l f- \ ,. i- i ,,eiil~ .'e)li- \ t'f. i. n tel i'ie i ',,: -% It)o go.
f..r d -' t i ll(3) I-'oirtiier in tr-u,.'una ar e q rquested.
I -id.*', d1 I >; 0 *'t fully.
Th .NtImswon-,r% Aell. rti-.r -.:u s 'li :l. J')SEnP FYrE,
S The' l aiii n who hi. tio, c. ate h'ld to -) ue'i,',* u M.t:'a7it:e.
.-vv that he de,' his idut. i.s one who
ul!l Ie. rcuiniag .r-ie-iuh to Ib.' (irupit Subscrlbe for The Sun and help your
I no iat. r ho hi. is :wastchl. \Vhi. lady friend win the fine piano.
thl.' 1 I. l.' of th'. I'llilted State's fe,.el
that th\ iiist ke'.-, d tivt '.-s oin the' NATURE SPARES
track oif th ,ir p'ilii c sr\anits. thie' re- --
public hasi Sunk I,.er than it- ftiound- z- l*w -o s- ORo
over dr-aid t it It I (litr What a fortunate provision of nature
e r dra,.d ha t wr t s. that deprive the e of mental
(;o\ rniiinenty s ti rpree'.-'iit suffering; for how polgnaz* would be Its
a:te ge.ritet,.i Wh.n we adnit grief tI discover. In the height of Its
blooming glory. that a canker fed at its
that we ;illn inot flind ii.e i to discharge' heart, and that Its beaut and fragrance
the duties of representathle without were doomed forever. N.aturo always
spares the suNferlng; she Is a veritable
esiclonalge we admit the failure of Re- jtrre-house of pleasing rewards, for
publiran goiv.rlielint i those who seek her aid. In the years
l gepne by falling hair and grayness have
Th. Italtimor.e Timnies say: It ina) cast a gloom over the lives of thousands
lie obse.rve.d that while' the country is. of young women, but thanks to the In-
Si vestigations of scientists the true cause
agreed as to the' n'ce.-slty of pre'er\- of hair destruction Is now known to be
ing our national resources and ahile a germ or parasite that burrows Into
th -in of t o ha.- the hair follicles. Newbro's Herplcide
the recent canian of education absolutely destroy' this germ. thus
awake il(I a really earnivst and algre', permlttani the hair to grow a rna-
.,I.ii( fe'e'liiK onl ti' e,ujt, ture lintr'rded. old by leading drug-
gist publc. Send 10. In stamps for sample
there Is a lack both of agree ni, nlt and I to The Herplcide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
fat .-;- -:!t- .-hall be :o'iiluplli-'i. What ha J. S. Bodl'ord Co.. i pecal Agents
beetai dote' 1. to a large' t t nuga-.... I
try Wit\Vlih all the. talk albut fore.'t
lrote'ction. la-t fall aitanw.ed nmatt of

do austat.e the tin..r r -S tom a of this
counti r Notith-t alidinctg the pt'ro- i Cola arte andl te itheasvew Mao. Ibve
th io l r.s for Il,,t fr i,. id thi ca .s tilt ~,o a .ff* r- r t'e ltaed s*i n sto a
S., l i ,r 0rtyi si 0 Ir li" t l ln. r l.r.t..
(t H. w i 11 .11 h e it fl le >f d 8..u n f ..I C* i- ** S r i t h a'. ati i ak t s r4 I
ir ltl e'. 0t Il t rf t ic t1,t Ulli n ~hIr af
| 1,,r t ,I 1Itr !, litig" 5 6 I ol for


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IT *.e'iv (Onine'iville for Mi-n'lliupy, Fairfeld and lo-
c'nl )iiS t i S ithl ...................... 10:10 4.
Returtillg, arrive ainesvile ................. 4:UI p
Leave Gaiin.-'ville for Sampson City, Palatha,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gaineiville .... ............. 0:0P


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r Line Railway
I. Lara.i ter W iiliam sad E. C. hleuam. enIlms
l l .'(i \ \\11>\ Sil I'THERllN PINSI .
I i, .,, \\ \Siltl\ ;I)\ IAI.TIMORE,
*;ni \ lil H Y% V(1(K
1 i1b : l l \ 1 IT.IM .! '1 T
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1'.\1 I i l 1:11 '\ I-' A\. ST M AIL
.ftH P LLA t ,i M T.

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-,:i '1 1Int I Pullt-

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The p tLIMe fdh

A OUAANUMM MSCfral s. U uPm--6-m- -w- bw US
PID UVER mmd SEPURS BLOOD. Do ma a pw "qaIn
wfh Armais. Cui" Mmelmadk TeL ad"cm~ W
d had sympkomswhiskequieywbebk~
INK b vely egdambe MAsad .s ft.hud asw
pelmm% bft bW" hu~ mless mmd bt te
Irloim ~oa t ariln I aml puwninsim or*= qu~bm ns

cuii ,-- I Wi T1 T

Mr. L.. A. 3k., old 9 I."w
= edOweWnuwmbs mb.,do
Ir -& I* do m I
Uwbium md ft sam" -m ft=kil d.

LAI U NwK UskUT inUin

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pa FFFacT knville R.l.I

F IFFICT1VE T PEO. 1. 155.


E verywvhere

Nsrlh, ulh, East WVt

Consult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rates schedules and rw-
ervationR, see your nearest Ticket Agent,
write to or call on
Dlv. Pass. Agent, Trv. Pas. A t
Atlanti Coast Line., Jacksoavillb, Fid.





( ,I







i'smeae4d to W be e
as weB as th meet
bs a of flgr b
i u-sh si. vm"W by

ESd sw tranBirs aplway

I ofidma fr younr

-it O ...aaI Agricultural Ex-
g iy liAit o th city. In
Sham sftmy things
IM If we omit
ag eumer-

.>tW of "

y, .
Is egasty sd*eAW

*o ft ke c'it i
it w elOt.i

od fta 1rP..
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3el- s. .

Ose femlae physician.
u-iC--- ---4y <
res N- r stores.
TVehaktiet ctorhes.
OMe weekly mewhlaaper.

Serves dry goods stores.
Three col drink stands.
One electric light plaut.
Three blackauithb hops.
Three raUilways systems.
Bight btarvul.tit orders.
Two Kliiaco|ial cliurches.
United States- la~id omllc*.
On* oheuial I.tA loi.itory.
Thirteen utiida) schools.
Two v*rtrTriiia.v .i.
O.e Pre-to It ltlt i .r, h
TWO cigar it.ill:f.' t .r -i,
Four real e-t( u r :-' i ,
Volunteer fir several lumlt-*r ~i i '.! 4
Three Mit-th ldi.t (i,,,r, I, -
A brass hand orsa.' tioi
Two photourapIh .al.l. rti.
TVu moving pictur: hlu(j*.
Oe sI-weekly newspaper.
S^W i M- temu*agesMe-

Two livery d eed stables.
lorida Winter Chautauqua.
One crate and baskpt factory.
One lks' Club rnedlng room.
Agriultural Experment station.
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
3 o dressmaking establishments.
National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishments.
First-cl.ass :werage system. SIt,7.o00.
Two of the best hotels to the in-
Two wholesale grain and feed
wow. "ta 1 amie
Tle t et f boUse IN the sOl ft
sotme of JJae ti6te.
A Govermeat building mm to be
erected to east whom completed
t.peLtes rema, -luteors,
imtprierttn, meMateie -d to-
M" mIpes aved srtos"a
g No-,I0 doewika t aM wM otb
As MN eorit beoe bit of brkk
Oe laM a, bW bed shumbbery.
d o at 11 @te. ivrroUm.


Teartary of ftate-&. Clay Craw.
Comptrooer-L. C. Croon. Talla-
Treasrer-W. V. Kaott, Tallabaa-
Attorney4OeDeral-Park M. Tram-
mell. Tallahasses.
Commisaloner of Agriculture-o-. E
McLin. Tallahassee.
Supt of Public Instruction-WVi. 31
Holloway, Tallahae**. !
President of the Fo.ratc-Hln1t VW.
Harris, K -y \\'-t.
County Officers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wicngos,
Game-.,villf. \.
8upt. Public Instruction r3r J. L
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sheriff- P. G. Ramsey, Gainesville
County Judge-H. G. Mason, Gaines
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson, Gaines-
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson.
Gal neoviile.
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson, Galnes-
Supervisor Reglstratlon-J. C. Mo-
Grew, Galnesville.
County Commissloners-John G.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Camprille; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon, Gainesville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks. Call an, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; G. W. Miller,
tate se"tor-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
Gainaeville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
City Ofers:
Mayor Iorato Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asessor-B. R. Colsoo.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Mazey Dell.
City Attorney-W. 8. Broome.
Board of Aldermen-T. W. Hands.
President; Geo. K. Broome, 8. J. Bur-
aett. L E. Cannon, H. 8. Graves, 8.
M. Mises. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. ecre-
tary H. r. Dutton, E. J. Baird. J. H.

ome article that is simply "In the
way" at your bouse might, If adver
Used. be sold to someone who is an -
lously looking Sor i.
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you don't need
for something you do.




SON1 4 "I i-.

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which a Resident of Alchua County

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, aid

Certiicates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished 1

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repi,

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miai,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN w

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 H-OWARD Piaro will be giv,.n

residing in

the County of ALchua who


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i!h highest

number of votes between December 1 5th, 1908, anid 10 p.m,

April 15th, 1909



In addition to the Piano there will Ine i--uel by The Iluh-i A fii.t..l li ino Co.,
on a new 1 $14 Iloward Piano, eighteeii Trai-fer;tlel l)ue Bil,ls --mle t,. le u 1d
as a first or initial payment on a new toward liaino. These dlue Iil- will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons reidling in Al.achlua Coiiitty:
To ti first sm to at to the ihst vte, a due i for each for.......$2.N
S th shecod i reci migd a t hist vote, a ua e Wt f ec for ...... ... S17N
To u Iu nt x cui dom d NOt i vote, a I Br MuWC fr....... .. $1SIM
These due bills may be used by the winners or can I he disposal of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those timing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid into their etablis agents for
goods which they handle:
The Galnesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Broa.
Hyde A Teach.
Where Vetes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establInb.
nients of the nimerchanits gi aing votes and at Tlhe
Sun office. Votes seant by maiIl must be dir-cted
to the Voting Contest -lpuartment of The Sun,
Galates.illi, Florida.

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$1.25- Tlhre waouth sutucritioui.......
$2.50 ISIX 13i t lb 11,11i'l. .. .
$5.00-- On Yti' ,sis. lt .ufl

Rules and Regulations
I. The contest is open to anyone livaf Sb
Alachua county who is known by the couductM
of the contest or vouched for by w,,e repuutbS
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached' or r,.latise of the pr.
prietors of the above-named frn s are .eligible w
participate in this countet. and ailli partcipate is
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunder-tawliflg betwMet
candidates or ctherw lntl.rT.ttnl 1 ithi, tuootel
buch conltroterby mayil be rtf. r.l t)* the M&
ductor< of coiat., %%11 (o alillec ur t.,t1 l t'Fqrb
qualified to randdr devlion.
4. In the ev nt a ca(iinlildate ( i. 4 to iltb.
draw froim the r.t -'. u h t t.cail sl. .1 tjot
allow d to trait f r i% t,. to lu it .l < t *t. tltl
<;taIl.date IIn the cotiIt.t.


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Teeth Club ef
Ipfpest r of prim' lte
A 'Anden t l *"".'liets*
gbm t) P"'i, h;r< ,O
t tor tIl ';"Iprtl'' of
-that I ., ol antic
rlib I' a flat "'iee'
and widetiltg ,wany
ad tcruiulntii It, n u
bL IIICb lk iilernl thnep"
hple. while the blades
kalves are co:n1mon-0
th e margin. The na-
l of the Inite.l States
i OWt variety of theft
IpO desl"'ned. 4s tbh'
OMs.o koknock dowu the
Mit to brain hlIm and
omre meet." The K'.ngs-
adi other rolynelsans
d edhlag weapons by ne-
(t aharks' teeth along a


vary from a few
Set In length. and It
at In all the rang of
by mankind there Is
WaW curdling to behold.
gl- the sword may have
lfAe the club even by
oid with the use of
weapons, again, are
a.plcested owing to the
of the natives with Iron.
dlb Is converted Into a
wk by the addition of
a primitive spear by the
I| sha rp spud. The plain
,l African area are ,sed
I obled clubs, or "ker-
aI are find among the
! her Afr.len triles., are
lads mtllles. Whereas
ovr r wnq fm ,ibrouiht to i
I smug sMvawe trites and
Op abandoned n(a a weapon
Ir warfare. the niisihle-typl- G
Wi thrown c'ulm or "kerries"-
kft Improved u>on In twI)m-
f- and arrow., 'crIs -iws "J

Ms Music Was Distasteful to

t1a 5G Oreat Comporer.

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how thle "u- 'iaa pLoit of vi'lw
f lar At leas t. fso the r a art
a" l'ouf suggesting tou a
At the s d of th Idea" for a
homes Usl troi, rt3 I, ut i,

Iln h uhe a tre"sauret I. Ii, ir

AM f tr ia twelvee outbaud
B have It work datedicated to r-
m t'he butuhess point of view
Fb h its questionh, surely ven.

^^ r *an un|lardunabe assault on
Pra At l eastIn that apart-
Si osuid a treasure that he

ve w th dedicated to hern.

bma ing aerd owable assault on
B I~ &a"lt but t of th ae oth-
_** "i esti n b gh b ro"'
tl !would swear that she
proper word. Ruth. co

eight to -eea people.

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tails ngbWause ns his away
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at11 s-;nl l:,tlait, li eiin- t in I. -g.i lionr-
of -tle i i taili of il, ('llurtI luml-t
ilo..r ot, Alachua. (omit%,i in tihe C('r
,r! (aiii<- lle,. Floridt that piec' '* or
,iarcel of land itluat,,. Ii)Ing and l-ling
ia Ih tie- CoIt1 of A lachua and Sutst
.if F'l ,r :a. antl d t-' rit.d in ll id finaal
dee'r(e' i follow toi: Contlllsitl
its aI t the Norlhavet coraa-r of Ih.l-
lImI l iai avi t -e and Quail tr,..t- tle-tace'
Nortlh oei- ahundr.e l ald n(ft. I 1 ,itp fe-etl
t' I lalc.- of K0l'ililaillK. thet-ala North
foltu .'4-ell t1 e1t'1f- I ht1thltice WV s-tt
hoat, Ihudred and sixtv-flv.e 16:,pi feet;
thence. South forty seven (i7I feet.
thence i"ast one hundred and ,Ixt)-
nfl%- 11;. f..et to place of begillling.
be-ing part of Lot Two I42 of W. I.
inm m'urvey of the Town of M.elroe
In Setioun Thirteen i13. To su htp
Nine (91, 8 Ra.nge Twenty-two (.I
Said property will be sold am the
propertI of George II. Rose to satitsf)
said decree of foreclosure and costs.
8plcial Malster
C('ot. laiuanIt BSolicitoras
Notie I. he.re.l, gia*'i that under
and b. lrtue of a FInalI l-cree of
Forteclo-ure. iade- ) the Judge of the'
('ircuit 'ourt of the lltKitth Judclisl
Circult of Florida In and for Alachua
county. ilt Chanacery hittingg dated Janl-
uary lIth. *4)9. lu fator of W 1M
lDaviduon. 'complainant. anltI agistAut
J K Rooks and d J Wright defe-ind
antA. the underaignied aill offer for
*ale -befaire the court house doter at
ualnesvtlle Florida ibei-twwn tbhe- legIal
hour. of sale. on Monday March ltl
l1it to the highest and be-at bidde.r
therefore for cash, the following dese'rat,
ed le.rp-onal property, towit" dark colored mule,, named Kil
almbut (w 1,e t1;. ),-ars old
The- baUiet ti bt- ,old as the ipro lert)
of sald ,l I-lledat 1 att, e f balaild crre- asd 'coats
T It Ef.LlS JIt
Special Master lu CLant, i>

NoIrce I- i t1'rtly l lv tl that uniIs
and I,* lirti,.e f :al xec'tialo. ,:a ,ie
Decetl' er *RIMh. I, nil I. -i, .1 o:i
of the (ir built Courtr ( f Alacl.h-i e, !i
ty. Florida. upon a c< rtilnt ja i.. t,
In favor (of \W It Thoi.wi. Il;:I.fl
and against t I.ldia l kr.ak,.. d. f, a,,* i
being dir.-ct,.. to ,11l allaI wl' i aul.at ii.
sherifft of Florida. 1 I leh umd.vr-rin I
,hceriff of Alac huai county FI rHida
hate. l. i-el uloit aitd will sellI a Ipu
lic outer be f,)re- thrl court houwe diot
In G;aline.- ille.. Florida. on .Moid;i'
the flr.t da) of February. A. I) l U'1
im-tween the legal hours of sale. ti
the hliKh4%t and bept bidder thi r.fo
or ca-h. the following described land-
sit'ate In Alachua county. Florida
to it :
Lot Number of Block Numbe
23. Brush's Addition to Gainesville
Florida, said lot being described a
follows: Commencing on the eas
boundary line of Arredondo street a
i point 135 feet ,orth of the norti
line of West Seminary street and ex
tending thence North 112 feet aloni
said east boundary line of Arredond<
street: thence East 59 feet; thence
South 109 feet: thence Westerly 5.9
feet, more or less, to the point of se
Together with the tenements and
appurtenances thereunto belonging
The same having been levied upon
as the property of said Ly-dia Drake
to satisfy said execution and costs
and the lien of said plaintiff's judg
ment upon said property.
Sheriff Alachua County, Fla.
T. B. ELLIS. Jr..
Attorney for Plaintiff.

Undaidr and lb v virate'of aine~(u
tiolntI i oat of the Ci rcu it (Court.
E-ighst h Jutdicial Circuit of Florida. Ill
a,41M f' 'r Alac(I ima tnantv. oil the 2and
I~ ti Jtsa A I1) eini a ter.
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.\N ti, i hi rely gi **I that under
1a1td 1, alrtlue of a; Fial IDecre.e of
ior'lo,.ur.*. re-indi-red h) the Judge of
tli ('Ciruit Court. f the Eighth Judi-
vial (Circuit of iFlrida. In and for
Ala, hua count. 1 ('Chancery sitting.
dated Januari 1th. 1;<:4. In favor of
W. It P'hlfr a s coalnialainant. and
.tgaiait W F (risonn and S. R. I
Grl..stai a" d.fo-idauit.s, the undersigkn
e.d %ill offt.r for sale t foref the court
house dour In (Gaines'vill. Florida. be-
tween the legal hours of tale. on Mon-
day. March lat. 1*I9. to the highest
and best bidder therefore. for cash, the
following described lots. pieces. par-
cels or tracts of land. situated. lying
and being In Alachua county, Florida.
described asi follows, towlit:
All that Iportion of fractional 8e-
tlon 4. Township 11, Range 21. South
ansd Fast. described as follows: !e-
ginninl at the Northwtst corner of
%aid fractional Section 4, Township II.
Ktuae 21. running thence Vast on the
S.-ction line 23 chains and 21 links to
.t stake; thence South at right angles
.'2 chains and 20 links to a stake;
thence West parallel with Section line.
by estimatUoii. 24 chains and b links
to a point in a pond on the Western
boundary line of said fractional Sec-
tion 4- thence North on said Section
lile-. by estimation. 22 chains and 21
links to the place of beginning, sco
tWIning. by estimation. 57~ 100, acrWs
of land. more or less
The same to be sold as the property
of said defendants, to satisfy said de-
Tre anid cutt
Special MatIor is Caacery
Solicitor for Complainant


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TH9 GUN ko
Thor'. =one.


The Doctor


Out in China all things are not tops turvy.
Physicians are paid for keeping pe$pl well and
when their patients fall ill their weekly siary
check isstopped. The Chinese judge medical
r man not by the number of years he I ives, but by
Sthe length of time his clients survive.
t An advertising medium must be judged ia
Sthe same way. The fact that it has a to ks
credit isn't so important as the are f its admwy
o tifing patr nare. Whenever a newspaper ca
4 tinues to display the tore talk of the same e.
tablishment year after year, it's a pretty sm
sign that the merchant has mad mem out of
that newspaper, because no publication c,
S 'continue to be a losing investment to its c

tomers over a stretch of time without the fht
being discovered. And when a newspaper s
able to boast of an h-o roll of ite
that have continued to appear in its pages f
a stretch of decades it has prewn itsseririty
as plainly as a mountain peak which r-
above its fellows.
The combination of stability and p~uwsrh
the strongest virtue that a newspaper can poe-
i seas. Onlythefitsurvive-reputationisadicbt
I thing toset and a harder thing to held-it takes
merit to earn it and character to maistaiu it.
There is a vast difference between fame and
notoriety, and just as much difference between
a famous newspaper and a notorious oe.
Just as a manufacturer is always eager to
install his choicest stocks in a store which has *
earned the respect of the community, just so a
reta*'.r should be anxious to insert hisnamein
a ncvspaper which has c.rned the respect efitl
readers. The manufacturer feels that he will
receive a square deal from a store which has
ani to its credit. He can expects much from
a newspaper which is a credit to its agel
The newspaper which outlives the rest does
so because it was best fitted to--it had to ears
the confidence of its readers-and keep it. It
had to be a better newspaper than any other,
and better newspapers goto the homes of eter0
buyers. Every bit of its circulation has the '
element of quality and staying power.. And it
is the respectable, home-loving element of every
community-not the touts andthe gamblerw-
toward which the merchant must look for hba
business vertebrae--he cannot find buyers un-
less he uses the newspaper that enters their
homes. And when he does enter their homes
1e must not confuse the sheet that comes in
the back gate with the newspaper that is de-
livercd at the front door.
(Copyrtght. 1N. by Trtl-.ne Comaisay. Cbage.)

I s CII is Cu.rd if Cut Iafr Fsn.ie SM |

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun |




TLhi C4oumpo uisy I*. camt at 't a & Irittwrotile da se
soiled WILLtia C'eOtcol. Nor 4.145 it'ill R11FICUUAMY 6. IM


Patients Hang On

By Herbert Kaufman.


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and i What lI $.

lolwereenal and
im ef the City.


- ._.......i ,.th Will be the cup of coffee that is made

Vs wet

f Ocial is amboni
!f citl.
W I day and ig ht.
a0gerly of Cedar Key
h yesterday.
Sttreto p

paid to, ladie'

es get better
R Jlectric Theatre.
Otter Creek was
to Galnesville yei-

retiredd yesterday
where he went on a

mM ito" of MIUcanopy
Set-of-town PhopJpers
Sew pictures will ap-
this week. and the
will get the pick.
i Cires of Iloston Ga.. is
4a a visit to relatives. Mr.
S H. Hall. North (;ardeu

returned yesterday from
he has heen for the
days looking after sonie

trainnimater of the A.
yesterday for Haw-
ser points,. where he goswN
l mNected with his office.
T Kelley of Rochelle war
Visitors to the city yeste-r
IM1 here was the guest of
Ab tailly of Dr. J. L. Kel-

IlIM ale of Hawthorn,. who
heirviewing the merchants
ft pat two days. left yes-
iM usaal trip through his

Anmch and wife are among
to the city. The former Ils
10 the insurance butluess.
ake GOaines Ille his head-
iMe working this territory.
a merchant of Alachua.
the visitors to the cit. yes-
slates that Alachua is one
Itwna iIn the. Stae and
hi T o0u regardless of the

Ibel. of the iiock Limnber
wa lan the city from his
Arredodo yesterday. They
N'0isfu their mnill on full
Shave miAnaged to do so akmg

L ICehard. I'Uitd States deputy
ly, wi amrnong the
iille yesterday. He
l he is the lbalpy father of
kIl fd boy which Ii an un-
l youngster.

from our exquisitely flavored Mocha
and Java that has an aroma that puts
new life and appetite into those who
arise with "that tired feeling." We
pride ourselves on our high-grade
ebolee coffees and teas, and as we are
exi rt Judges we pick the best from
the, markets of the world.

Miss Doria1 dlls Isa spending a
couple of days at. Msopy.
Only five eenth to see the moving
pletpres In the afternoon draws the
Dr. A. R. 'lne, the veterinary surge.
coa. left yesterday for Hampton. hav-
lug been called therv on business.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guratened to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Bold by W. M. Jo neon.
Pure apple eider delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone W23.

H. A. Thomas.'
Alachua section.
Ilrge number of

a planter of
was greeting
friends in the


lDeputy Sheriff Winn of Newbe-rry
arrived in the city yesterday, having
accompanied Sheriff Raumsey on his
return with Owenis.
W. S. Jackson of Lake View was
among the planters visiting Guintes-
ville yesterday. lie a.vs the truck
faniib are very iroalising In his stec-
There is uoth!ng more refreshing
than a glass of pure apple cider. I
eHl it for 5 cents a glass or one dol-
ar per gallons. N. Frandesco.
'hime 223.
Mrs. W. H Roarson at Alacbaa was
imong t he shoppers in the city yeater-
dav. She was aeeomimaied by Mrs.
'rocker, who also came- ou a trading
(Uhs. Y Crawford. (d the- rm of
Crawford & lDavi. left yesttay for
the uiarketpi. where he goes to pur-
chase a ecrload oft hours and mudes
for the local martat.
J W. MeDowall. who has been visit-
ing bhis family in the city for the last
fe-w days. ibft yesterday for Jackseo-
itne. where he goes m a embimed
busineam sad pleasure rip
James Halle nf Alachna was traas-
acting business a the cioy yesterday.
l| b6. one of the larlMet ph)nter of
tat wcst an ad k -mw busy having
his lands prepared for tli coming

Dr. A E. Cite, veerlaWry mrGoBn,.
bas opteed uices at CMawtoed &
feavt' tables and aoicits a ashae of
the public business. He is a graduate
0f the Kansas Veterwlary CoUele and
in herw to practice his peteslD.
Calls answered day or eight. Horse
deuitlutry. cattle and does all receive
prompt a' 'ntki.

eDutton Bank
Capit~, $75,000-00 Ssrpiua, $17t51.74

PL THIOM As. Pnwal-iqrit t Vi i~M' i m Pi~VE rep'.

J. B.litt. n. K.Br." W.i. a I


:*: Gainesville, Fla.



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a at I w tais. lhti*amtr mcn a', p I -e .

k e .Idn [.&%j.,inel 'Mr. hI&I. sail-
1w -i. PS 'ml i-sti 'otire dA 1141 cd ieppirmaa
i'r. A. LI.. l~illiue sill "Isosk tInuily.
*ltc )'"'i*ndot vvtnjsitig onthe gro-t
c am- of ftIe Nanelsy eaclamil. 111aivmwta-,

Tver.u'"r,'will lot- if spprial ijntpptW.
Mir. ILAmdrt~arn lImp attraced and'


Five Box Cars Were Derailed Ma
Wenhiagiet Sprlaa.
Freight train No. 218 on the Atlantic
Coast Line happened to an accident
on Thursday which effectively blocked
the track for several hours and pas-
senger train No. 40 from St. Peters-
burg was run around via Palatha to
No accidents were reported to amy-
one, and further than the derailing of
ive freight cars nothing ele hap-
pened. and the wreck will be cleared
away to allow the regular trains to
pass that way by today.
The wreck occurred at Worthington
C. V. McQueen. a representative
citizen of Newherry. was a visitor to
ialnesville yesterday.
Galnesville gets the best moving
pictures to be purchased. for the
Electric Theatre has the contract.

E. C. MeLeod of Reddick arrived In
the city yesterday and will spend a
.hort while here visiting his wife and
Excursion to Cuba January 30th.
AUmnd trip Tampa to Havana., $2.
('all on or write Aidrews Trading Co..
Capt. C. W. Chase ha returned
from a short vialt to Jacksonville and
other points, where he has been for
the past few days.
Attention is directed to ithe caage
,u the advertisement of the BalrdI
ilardware Company, which appears
eewhefe in this issue.
.IL E. L Robtason returned yester
lay from points In the southern part
,A the State. where he has been eon-
imeted ith the A. C. L. reality.
Mrs. Rihemond Walton Misses Wai
it and llochbtiraweer left yesterday
for Alachaa. whete they wl apsPOd
the next bw days visiting friends.
M sdam Bl Rynem and Hopen. who
have bees visiting Mrs. B. T. Armow
in the city for the past eCw days. brft
yeaerday for Aachua. whebe they
wit spent sine tile wUI relivee.
We rec-ive twe shipments a week
agd are sale agents for Oswald Jaeplr's
frumus ilwaukee rye bread mall
ledm 15 eats; Urge, 2 ceats. Try
Ilown House.

it. M. Chitty retuja yeatrday
fromn a short bminemu visbl to Mica,
ampy. *e says the esops are in a
tourisulag condition I tht section.
and as a result the farmers are hai
evur tbhebright posMpeats.
J. W Peacock. a PesulplemaIater
of iliHsthuru. was amuon the viatom
to the city yesterday and made a
jplweaet all at thts obee. He state
his section to badly in need of rabk
and# a glood sbor wuld be iWh
There is so ease a reco nof a
cough. coM or Isa grippe dwevelIku
into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
and Tar has beo taken, as It eresa
the mniot obstinate deep-seated coughs
mad colds. Why take anything e*1*?
1. W. McCollum & Co.
Mais lrast e Dupr~e of Gainesville.
dauKbter of Engineer nlob iupree., was
in t)iiown ou( Wedii"nday of last week
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T. W. Shand Her Dvis
Robt. D. Craword John F. Jackson C. A. FaiMkoth

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Today closes the frst half of the
term. The stu4 are In the midst
of the monthly examinations.
New students continue to enter
from week to week. The enrollment
is large and the average attendance
Il good and Improving. More itan
ooe hundred pupils have neither been
absent nor tardy daring the term.
The records of many others are al-
most as good In this respect. The
school spirit in gradually on the as-
The literary society of the high
school departuetst ih rapidly becom-
ing one of the most eiuyable ad In-
atructive of the school exercides.
Some of the speeches delivered
last Frday aftermeoon o the sabect
of the Intruduction of athletics into
the high schools would have done
credit to much older and more ex-
perieuced heeds. Every part on the
program was well rendered. The ao-
ciety weleames vsitaw.
The school is very am Ia
need of a better library. One
og ar public spllmle oims,
a man who is very much i -
terented In the welfare of our school.
has called ,'"r attention to a set of
books. the, Eiditors Encyclopedia, soMd
by mubecription at $81 per set. but
offered to the Galunesvle school for
$35. It is just the set of reference
books which we need In the school
library. The pupil have subsecrfed
about ten dollars; Ueo. P. Morris has
volfi.tarily subscribed $2.50 and Mrs.
Deau $1. If there are ether. who are
interested and wish to .Ip us procure
tbhe much needed setWel bouls. et us
know what you are willing to con-
Mr. Hartsfleld. who Is soon to es-
sabliah a wholesale grocery saore in
ear town. has already proven him-
self a valuable addition to the citisen-
ship of Gainesville. He came all the
way to school to explain the absence
of his son on the day before and re-
ameld with us for chapel eerrcises.
He is ltensely isre ted In achools.
Irat grade A, having more than
afty roll. cast emoll any mom
this term. Miss Sanches deserves
much sympathy and the cooperation
of the parents of her pupils. Sbhe has
at 14 ast twice Mn many beginners as
any teacher can do Jimtlee by.
Plieam. re.lt'ber that the school
Is represented in the pleao contest.

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