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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01562
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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NEGRO'S LIFE ;;-
ATLANTA, 04L. Jan. r.-]lve years
Sao ma named William Cox was
brought to the Federal pealtentiary
bore to bolt a term of Imprisomeant
taf for flrery of momey orders. He was
) reared a a obdurate criminal.
J g The guards d he was a bad sort.
Ul Jffm They had -ee his kind before. He
was th sort of ma. they said. who
believed be lo ger had a chance.
m- a& Me m of t gam o h as sad so longer eared what came.
lns rsol m the HuNld home B t had a few books of the right
and the M ms e rushia to the kiad throw a his way: Oe Sum .
agem e of the white womas. e- day the chaplain had a talk with him.
brilet wth her rseral other gros Prom theo am the ma was changed.
mo the bre, who sawv en ap He had before ben rllena and ne-
aMing. rm of i te the wds. rosa ad the yards had kept a care-
Seral people wre or tly a the fl eye o him. He became a model
eno, m g thm the telgap priaser. There was hope nl his ox-
perar frm Parama statls. A proealeo. an his carriage. His oxpree
piase wa qalkoly ,rined, belag cam- slam became bright, there was a
pomia of bot wite and coi red meo. smile oa h liUps.
ad a thraeB a@rewb of the mr- The books and the chaplain had
o wt o woas ade. showed Mm that be still had a chance.
The b gro wa traced into the He had put the past behind him. He
qutors sear Commers mill, but at- turned his eyes wholly to the future.
or that g traces of im was loot He was a skillful workman and he
Merft Bewdea has ooered a per- worked hard. He gained every day la
seal reward of $=l for any tforma- efficency. Everyone encouraged him.
Ma that will tad to the arrest of The prospect was that when his
the guilty party. The aegroes in the seateae was concluded be could
maehbeerood where the brutal attack earn an excellent salary and live a
oemared are as deeply stirred up over very usetul life.
theo matter as the white people, and His whole thought was centered on
they have prmied to lead every the day be would be free. He dream-
ert tow ads epturtag them ma. It ed of that. It was his one great goal.
wU be remembered tat a similar Life would begin again then. He
ease oeerMd a abort wMle ago ear talked of It to the guards when he
td PV emst Park ear liea. ad although was permitted to talk. be whispered
as ar i eemosetlos with that ease of It to his fellow-prisoers. It was
ha bee made may are of the opia the oe day. Monday It came. He
Sthamt he omd who attempted to started from the prison a free man.
amit Mrs.' UHmelad Weedmday at. and o the outside he was re-arrested.
toramesa the O -a Who attumated To H- With *vorythinl.W
M t Mpos another respoetd He was takes to the United taStes
Mito womas a shlrt while ago.
Almot LymeNet the same kiad of overalls worn by the
As a result of the attaSck adeo a ma who had attacked her.
Mrs. Ilia a lyaebag wasa marrow- Th aegMro told the posse that he
ly averted Thurnday aght. Oly the could prove by his boss that he was
poempt arrival of Deputy bheritf Ef s working when the attempt at assault
proveatd the determined mea from was made. He was then carried back
earrylag out their plass. to the Cummer settlement and his
A large pore. composed of men bo@e located.
from th Cummer mll settlement and The man for whom be worked stat-
Panama Park, were courtag thei ed that the negro had knocked off
woods ia hopes of Aadg the ma. from his work shortly before 5 o'clock.
They feoad a megro who gave his This looked suspicious to the posse
aame as BDe Aetia. and Austin was carried back to Mrs.
The amttes of the negro were Hollaud for the purpose of having her
rather uspleloss and be was carried take another look at him.
before Mrs. Hollaad for Iedtfrsation At this time she identified the man.
Mr. Honltad tated that b was the partially, and he was then hustled off
wroes aegro. as as was not wearing Into the woods by the excited mob.
-odently for the purpose of a lynch-
IS&l pr7 I, .MJ0
Ni o Used4 Teleole Wire. "
No^ w The me m found a long piece of tele-
ra wire and this they used in
n place of a rope. The noose was ad-
Jds alted ad played arefonad Austin's
neck and he was pulled Into the air.
One of the posse. a Baf wvo had
taken part In the search the pwrvloe
with a h on bor p a ro lght. and who felt eoardent that
wtS h had em boar playing from AustiUn was the wrong man. rushed
tim to tUme th Cuan n al an- oE into the darkness and sought
e The seem so Sed with 15t.n Deputy Sheriff Elis. He found the
re was mo impessve one bUt oaffier and told him what was hap-
acteristic silence. nhrler in the day, peno of the )udychotlhg
whes Governor Meagoo and President- When the ustncer arrived h. found
eHet Games were seated side by side Au'tin tlng on the around In an
in tihe age e rout. to the 1rlaCC, untnu.lous condition The sire had
in the wake of a galloping alcott o brok,.-. ahich caused the negrro to fall
rural guards or native cavalry, there to t hroudrd
we the same silence on the part ofu 't hlls arrd the ni ere
the holiday throng. who ltned th,** r-..l the re au t
sidewalks Hats were lifted as the trn the a-r agd Ter a tto
carriage swept by and the salutes it r ', i'i' he 'e t tin- Thatit0r of
were returned in the same anner -. .


appeals the low rates were rtiagl
The defendant roads are:
Railway. Atlantic Coast L-l
vllle. Chattanooga and at. l a,
board Air Line. Central of
Georgia Southern and FlorMi -
and Birmingham. New Ornlgsi
Texas Pacific, Mobile and OWk
nols Central and Louisville d a
Ville.
The settlement agrenmet
reached between the petltlam Is
the carriers on January t12 lot,
the commission's approval sla wl
proviso that the commission reasm
the right to require, if aenoerimy, a
statement showing in detail the i-o
button of this fund among the ses
claimants.
The claims were heretofore de M
by the commission in Its repor W
Commissioner Clements la wht -g
known as the Yellow Pine Amssda
and Tift caes.


MORE PRONI. BILLS.
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Jan. 29.- la
i tpper House of the Legislature yeal
!.ay a bill was introduced to re
: lierff to secure from the ld
* r, ,-d.ue ofcials a list of all pero-m
wLt.'m federal liquor licenses i
Lteen issued.
Another bill was introduced plS
Ing for a commission to assess the
ue of all property, the use of UM
it is alleged, will be damaged tF
State-wide prohibition bills.
In the House a bill was latres
making it unlawful to advertw lae
form, intoxicants in this State.

BOARD OF PARDON I

TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 29.-Mr. IL
Whitfleld. secretary of the boaKi
nounces that there will be no
of the State Board of Pardoa i 4a
first Thursday in February. The
meeting of that board will be hMll
Thursday. February 11. 190.


Saw Juror Sober Once


In Twenty-five Yi


NASHVILL. Tenn., Jan. 29.-With and against the Juror. The lo
the jury numbering two less than it of drunkenness is controverted. a0
did ve days ago. the ninth day of the is evident that the juror is blasd
trial of Coi. Dubcan H. Cooper, Robin as such the retaining of bi
Cooper and John D. Iharpe. accused make the jury a pr-judlcdl
of the murder of former Senator I. W Therefore I excut' Mr lris L
Carma'k. ended yesterday with every M-rvki.e"
prospect of a further depletion The The defenrsio b -red notice th
court excused Jurors l*igh uatd Jack would amk the court to disa~
son charged with drunkenness and eight mien left on thte Jury
blas today, and intimated that Juror Krouiid that the. dlinriima-l o
Whitworth would be excused tomor- had iprojude,.i th.. oitier aglaAs
row The latt, r has Iwen ill for se-.- dufelindautit. ThI. fri.m i ii. ii)m tta
eral nionths and lto ph)>licliain hai-e i-ffect aill '. fnllt1 I, t, r Tbe
sigii-Ad certificat,. Ihat if ha- re-lllmAsain at .-. agi;ainl lrar .1la< c
in1 the box his lift tiamit Im i.trf-Iti.d Ihal it l m- Jilr, | ,i, t l' I I a
The Htate ,. i*...r \ ~ I t rs ,,h eclo l i 1tl it It. 1 r fw1 ri
rele-ai a d th i, .. iit ordterd the ph> 'ollect for th c(iiis UlnaI:, .1U. ii. to'I t lifo The l m Illl t1o aU tarlfiol for l drluk
sill ap|e-ar Iail.t% at aill a|l- fi tvihe l le w It mt i flila h t *f' JId
lew enllre f .c t o t ien anlld iLan e ffi t S S isirt- IAl-mi ht" i~ ar
IIll b1e nade loto ge-i fraom tiheum tihe lack s o for tai I tl t .ar t o
balalice of the jur ll Imi i., r i ie, t it
v hllow iliK Jltr r |i .tlv h rela.a t i. ir- i
rill til ,,\ ,t h at, ,a .rr '*A ,itll a itm % il IJ. IH I t.i -t
m*airg. I r.. ;|| a l tiln r. 1 < ft l il I t i' l-t'ek li i, A t, -
h 0rg I 1to I to r 1 04 f I t- 14 1 I I Low
Ca stasl ,l( d Is Iti .11 I h m '.
luror l. igh .n.t- s.a- flr-t dia m1i n tin 'O lfr 1t ~t J
,'***'d of aitlitta .a tmll' i I by the %i 1 ill *, -1 *I "- it
tl rltm r Tilt- 1 .oil t-sld
I ihae- lovll the at.e a t art-ful cetal I-it th, re e h.>ollrst 1 mle bo I
-mt. ratio., a -ig i g til ei thr. e-I, il io \ for n' It 1 -, '


WASHINGTON. Jan. 2.-By far
the largest speeifie allowance of repa-
ration ever ordered by the Interstate
Commerce Commission was dade yes.
terday, when that body approved a
settlement agreement of $1"6,000 In
satisfaction of the claim on account
of unreasonable rates on lumber ship-
ped from Southern milH, Involving
about 125 ease and eleven different
railroads of the South. Thewe are
said to be one-third of the claims of
the same kind pending before the
commission. They Involved the two-
cent difference per 100 pounds be-
tween the advanced rates, made effect-
ive in the summer of 1903. and those
in effect for a number of years prior
thereto on shipments that moved be-
tween the time of the advance and
the summer of 1907, when after.the
flual decision of the unitedd States su
1;rem:e court sustaining the decisions
of the commission after a course of


.. it 1 ,littntiol a.in ,rdtr,.d hIli- |nr to m
by the Governor and (Ien Gomes I, :I%. -the- l.,. iI,. the-. plact- the
Last aligh fireworks were buruiug m,..rs,, it, il. tlitC tIiei dr.),.. rauiedly I
throughout the city itn the same pro- I,, I*,. >u arl )allI
fusion that characteri-..a the Fourth Ih, .o r WYItm n h am lre.. L
of July iu Uie Unilted takes and the i., kilig l li,.. a at t. tht.
eates ai re Say alth must anid aIlhi (.tuit,* j.,ils tl ,lll,a..(lmt.e d A ibltlo b t.rr t
lug ta I .-.. I a l ttid l e i Itle \ .-ft fe t r K nlaliS
About 3 441 troolpui lar I OI iltll ,ti 1a s I I ., atrakn. l ftu t or t at 'L.
Island. under coumimattintl f Utaljor((tii n,, ,
c-ral Thouam I. ltarr, 'Thei. iaIl *" t,, ,. r,, i,, i.| i',l,| ,.. I h,.
ter- returned t.. thi, I i. ti St. ar.., a t m .i ,, e t't i ',. m l a m l t it,
fa t as the. tr .-ii-.. ,rt irit'. t illie r i, I I l f ,. A .. l t f r th'
W it, the- l1-i ,.f tI,. II.,t Iu.& I. li .lUrl,,, .r I (,r tA m f A >lA t. il t .,.
us April I t-lh ig O i ruth l


OATNESTILLE, FLORIDA, 8ATIURIAY, JANUARY 31, 1909


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court and an order was given re-
manding I..zu to Columbus. T int.
where he w iil be tried on another
charge of IorAery of money orders.
He had tbhthlit that all of these'
charges hud been grouped together
and thOt he had been sentenced fur
all. fitt ie was mistaken. tie will
pro' I ly he re-sentenced in Coluuibua.
and ., soon as he has completed that
term vf imprisonment will be tried
again at Savannah, Ga.
Wednesday morning he was taken
back to Columbus by a United States
marshal. As he stood with his hands
handcuffed, waiting to be taken to
the train, his face quivered, tears
came Into his eyes.
"To heU with everything and every-
body." he said.

If its worth more to someone ela9
than to you-so matter what It I.-
a want ad. will be a good investment
If you have found anything see tf
I to advertised n the Wast column.


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may, aad Dr. Sabourand of Paris.
fmaO, sbw the bheor of having dis-
evvere ie har mirote.
BaJiaM Is not csuaoe through a
be weMM' work of these hair ml-
eb 1 but ii theo reekM of eaditios
W f heet by their presence.
Mimes mW nK oeeur untm years
o e degrees began wk, bet
Sis eia a to eeme sooner or later.
IM pm b eat f Oe blemed -
gr. Itby etd aMi e fatty matter
-m o M et oft the hair fough
~Sa teblbeed i absorbed. Vi" ay
So hWr maeIr i wholly costumed.
t eri e ef d air Is go ne
aed M storyns Id M ay dies
er t i 0me nt f the meont eoet
ine We ibemlpeIs; ea wasphSl i
em. auft dye. resteres
aMl eelr b whi m le s a efl.
W- a mhme r b dmeeas Theeu e
-I o -po y= ba With les hotl
m 0 ImWm pA are medy re
S O r mSIa e alp amd hair
We wm everyone who has any s alp
Wo haki trouble t try Rexall "93
&ier Teals, wowb contals all thee
ed te r Rft does not grow bath
g y ar b ead etop your hairl
bms blMng eat; cure aou of deadru;f
mwbe yer hair thik diky. lauserat;
9 Kt deaw not give you complete mstls-
ea e In every particular, return the
mptY bottle to a. and we shadl re.
Seey pen P yn paid s for it.
without question or formality.
Of course. you understand that
wNwe Say that Rezall '"93' Hair
T will grow bair c bald beads,
we do nft refer to cases where the
ees arne enttrely dead, the pores of
the scalp eeoed. and the head hasb
the s y appearseW of a bla
bal. In eaMesl Ik, this, there is beo
hops. In a ether eases of baldness
RaIW Hair ToeaJ wil positively
aWe hair, or eoa the usr nothing.
Two mlas Me and S1.M.J. W. Me-
Olaum & A o.. erer eat Maim and

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LARGE VOTE


MI S PFLORRIE STRICKLAND
AND O4UPSIE MAKES GAINS.

The ftoUvlaw fguree relative to the
standMag of the endldates In the pl-
&a --teat speak for themselves. b&
beg the reoau of Priday's canvass:
MlssUCalherie Halle, city.... 377.456
Miss Dora Bllis. city.........375.190
Miss BDess Dgpree. city...... 348.05
Mi Florrie Strickland ........ 1C32,25
Miss M. DMughtrey. eity...... 155.130


Miss Mary McCormick, city...
Miss Namae Dcknason. city...
Miss Almas eanell, city......
Mie A. GO lk. Newberry........
Mb Juia On r. elSy........
MKi Jeseo Dwas. city........
Mle Mabel saaches city....
Mi A. Strieklaad, Waldo .....
MlU An Oe evilles...........
MEs Biame Beal, city........
Mis mmsa Hudons. city ......
Mrs. I. Wae. High prijags ...


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K. Carmtoa. Mianopy ....
uiat Sheppard. Bell ....
GeQolo Lambert, city.....
Nevenas tat. Waldo.... .
L. Sades. Hawthorn....
A. W. SarMge...........
M. rmandes. city ......
Ruby Albright ...........
Mary Thigpln. city ......


69.110
50.030
39.96
37.910
36.430
27.9"
22.065
20.340
15.330
13.315
10.705
9.7t5
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3.570
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Show Crewd Return.
The caste comprising "Charley's
Auat." which put on that production
at Micanopy on Thursday night, re-
turned to their homes in this city
yesterday. It is said that a large
crowd attended the performance and
it was highly appreciated by the peo
pie of that place

For COLDS and GRIP.
Hicks' CAPL'DINE is the best reme
dy -relieves the achlug and feverish
asee-cures the cold and rertures
normal conditions It s liquid --ffects
immediately. 10.. 2.c and ok- at drug
stores

a who lives in a furnished room
can be pretty 'd iditi udvut"- fur the
rds. keep the beat to be bad sithlu
ais reach


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FROM UNIVEISTT


SOLID CAR LOAD TO LEAVE POR


THE TAMPA PAIR.


Weaderful Exhibit Prom the Slaek-
mnith Department Under Super-
vielon of M. W. Smith.

Another car has been added to the
exhibit gotten up by Major J. W.
Teach whkh will do much toward
procuring praises at the coming State
Fair. This tis the car that has been
gottea up at the University and re-
*eets great credit upon those who
participated tn Its preparation.
White, of course the agricultural
interests are taken care of to a large
extet, the products of the boys con-
stitute a most Important part of the
aar. It Is an exhibit from the black-
smith department and shows the
product from the steel bar to Its fn-
lsh, and something over one hundred
articles have been manufactured to
bshow Just what can be doae.
The exhibit from the shop consists
of ehiselN, square. round. diamond-
pointed and scoop. all being made
from diamond point bar steel; steel
boiler tube welding. hammers galore.
bits. crow bars, nail bars, draving
knives, moulders' tools. screw drivers.
chains, sockets,. anchors, and In fact
a general make-up from a blacksmith
shop where they know how to do
these things, and tne fact that they
were all hand-forged from cold-rolled
steel is further evidence of the effi-
elency of the work.
Very few of the articles have been
finished with the emery wheel, but
show the products In their rough
,tate to demonstrate how clever the


Truth and

Quality


app- to the Wll-Informed ina wry
wafk li and amuential to pnmmt
sew and tWditable tandlg. Asm
aoy, it isot claimed that Syrup of Figp
"ad Eli2ir of Sans the odry emedy of
hakw value, but one of many msom
why it e the bet of prewmMl ad family
laxative Is the fart that it dMeaes,
weetem and believe the lateral orpm
oa whih it sets without my debilitating
atar dlet aSnd without havirt to insesw
he quality bom time to time.
ith M t imntly a m atwly Wad
truy m a lawive, Mad ts smepemo t
pwts are known to and approved by
physlam. s it b free from am objeetion-
able umsbanm. To g It ith bedhla
detew always p thepawl-
m Mfactuwud by the Calmforn ia Syrup





AMUSEMENTS


COMING ATTRACTIONS


New Baird Theatre.
MoAmedc, kA6. 8-"Jappy foligan
in NerP York."
Electric Theatre.
New Moring PR1fures, ewh afterncmn
weD night, rcepd Sunday.
Electric Theatre.
The long list of new moving pic
tures sent out by the foreign manu-
(acturers has arrived in this country
ard they. with those made in Ne-v


students are at present in doing their ork Ottv. cowu ri.,s a full Ilue of the
work. latest cvrnts. historle rc<:es and


Under the able Instruction of Mfr.
Smith the tools are of the best that
could be made, and while he has no
senior students he has allowed some
of the Juniors to fish a few of the
articles to show what a nest and
handsome appearance the finished
product makes.
One 'f the neatest trinkets here
qhown Is an Ice pick. which will
more than likely be taken up with
the ladies, as in its finished state it
is not only "cute" and very service-
able. but represents some highly
nickled plated article.
Considering that the time for mak-
nlag this exhibit has been very lim-
ited, the University will make a
most excellent showing.

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
-w April 13. 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all, Ir-
respective of party aMliation.
CHAS. M. DELL
The Meanest Man In Town
Is the one who always wears a
frown, is cross and disagreeable, and
is short and sharp In his answers
.ame cases out of ten It's not the poor
fellow's fault. It's his Uver and diges-
tion that make him feel so miserable
-be can't help being disagreeable.
Are you In danger of getting Into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herbine for your
liver--the safe. sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Bold by W. M. John-
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T fNACO

CITY MAKING UN-
pREPARATIONS.

SIEvent Which Has
Since Early Days
Christian Ira.

g a.. Jan. 29.-Addl
s1 everywhere being
l ptasacola's Mardl (Gras
^ ^. 22 and 2.. this year
f0 fact that some start
are promised o<,.r
Mardi Gras celebration.
literally translate d into
ua5dorned Anglo-Sax-on.
&lotval of "Fat Tuesday
fun and frolic tni-
Ft eadinKg the l.nut* 1n a
supposed ret'irm i.t of
Blu the frivoliti.-s ot ili.i
world.
dWte of the inauguration
is iot definitely recorded.
to have Iweni of ipa.etri
Sgt In the Chr.-tian ra.
0 was adopted as the feast.
Simsuday. the day lprece.d-
SlVnesday. the first day of

occurred in the Eternal
where It is still ohbserv
M 4aganlflcence and gilt-

maranilsed celebration of
14m was Inaugurated at Pen-
lk., sad ever since then the
W*, City's carnivals have
Sto regarded as one of the
obemtve features of a mid
So the Gulf coa-t. Ind-eed
Is Pensacdla's annual gala
sMd Justly so. since all i'ei
E n into the true, spirit of
0i and makes it a genluini.
r4 ted to fun. frolic awid
t and- a hearty, hoi-pitall 000i of its guests.
Wif tlmon occurs this year on
'Tue4day,. Felru~ary .'2 and
be on a scale of niagnifl-
was not dreamed |oHssi
S me~t when Pen.-aaoln's
0M1l was undertaken nine'

IWe of allegorical floats
N I seeur on Tuesday night,
I0 k on a scale of miagniti-
I Ws executed to represent a
1 a work as familiar to every-
I t nursery rhymes of child-

I Wises. whose identity will
Nlad a mystery until he un-
I the grand coronation ball
h Tuesday night's parade, will
Ift the realms of MysticismI
itte royal yacht "'Rospe.u on
1t mesa.
bt royal dock he will ride In
Hesd by numerous gaily ca-
A I auted knights, uniformed
SOft soldiers and marines
M f his loyal civilian sub-
IB* city hall. where the keys
Swill be delivered to him
S awr immediately following
Stwo days' reign of revelry

t-he hotels and boarding
*I Deep Water City are'
I receiving dally requests
Y5Uons for carnival week.

MARIEDO IN HASTE.


abA Wedding on a Fast
iMlo Railway Train.
I PRIINGS. Jan '. a At an
-' last Saturday mornIng 1).
16L., aconmialti.d hb Ite% (;
ft boarded the Ja;ekeoni illhe
II ~'im .,,.* ... -aa.. .. .. ... r ,.


a few Ililttle- elistuni Mh'
QW train~ git midcitr fullI lit .i:i
11 v w o a l~ ld N h l I'k ~ u

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ME NM. 7

DEATH OF G. H. ZETROUER.

passed Away at His Home Near Ro-
chelle on Friday.
Neo -4 ',s1 re. i r t id in ti,.- ciit Fri-
a-. e nvlitig of the de.iat h of Mlr (.
SZeItro'r (of lU 0h l, l. who died at
is homnie ear thl it pila4 froi an at-
w k iof ii iim liii a., l.h a iii I o ill
ill. a hiort wiile.
'1 he dii (;.- 'd was a y)ouivl lllanl (of
Niut :.: ,etars (f age' and one' of the.
oi-t u t< e..ful Iplant,'r s of that sec-


. a' we ll as a larg~' cattle owner,
followed this Xocation up to the.
e of his death
, lea'e-s a wife. one young son. a
her and tree brothers to mourni
demise, two of whom reside in this


The funeral will occur today
home and the remains will be
rest In Oak Ridge cemetery.


at the
laid to


NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.

Change in the Head of the Alachua
County Abstract Company.
At a regular annual meeting of the
Alachua County Abstract Company
new officers were elected for the en-
suing year as follows: II. R. Colson,
president: J. W. Illanding. vice-prem-i
dent, and R. C. lowers,. secretary-
treasur.er
The stock of P. M. Colson was
purchased by his brother. 11. R. Col-
son. who now holds the office of presi-
dent of the company.
This is one of the largest abstract
companies in the State.

A Religious Author's Statement.
For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter
I was suddenly stricken with a severe
pain in my kidneys and was confined
to bed eight days unable to get up
without assistance. My urine con-
tained a thick white sediment and I
paiied same frequently day and night
I commenced taking Fuley s Kidne'y
Remedy, and the pain gradually
abated and finally ceabed anid my
urine became normal. I che-e-rfull'
r conmmnd lFole's Kidney Remedy
J W. Mtt'tllunm & Co.

*eein the Scenery.
'* Itl i t r m f.* e.nj... th,. 5 w i ,ee n
ern '."
'1 d, I, ttht L h. ,i t s 11 a it of it
Sbe ts kept Ys, lu-.\ ail.u-tiL'g her
camera -f-le e l:rtt l'leitr i'ule r

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tke" I.AX T l V : Il1( ,:1 [.,'
'lut .- 1 r e>1n t. r. f A, In",r IIt
It fa1 l to (t I'W: \V' G l'.)1 >{i
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isan church. Dr. Smith Is to sieak
in the- First Pre. syte rian church Sun-
day morning and at the Tabernacle
again on Sunday afternoon and Mon-
day night. On Monday night there
will be a great song service conducted
by Messrs. Hall and Mack. beginning
at 7 o'clock. to be followed by I)r.
Smith's la.t ernmon.

Notice.
All persons holding stock or having
clainms against the Continental Nation-
al Building and loan Association. or
the Fernandina building and LoIn As
sociation, are hereby notified to pre-
hent the said stock or claims to me as


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Special Mahter in a cause pending in
the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judil E8TBnB 8. JORDAV.
clal Circuit of Florida. In and fo*
Alachua county, In Chancery, wherein
II. C. Parker et al. are complainants,
and the Continental National Building
and Loan Association. and the Fernan-
dina Blullding and Loan Association et
al. are defendants, and prove same be- I
fore me, on or before February 24th.
'. C. R LAYTON. PORTER B OCK
81wecal Master. -

For HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINE. Fire. Life and
Whether from colds, beat. stomach
or nervous troubles, Capudine will
rellie you. It's liquid-pleasant to
take-acts immediately. Try it. oe,
.';e and 50c at all drug stores.

Chicken Cheese. re|
K.-11 twu .hil. Lii- until tender, take
at all iMt ll,' 1 1ild hl 1' l lthe IllA':tt il[11'
,e''t"I tio taste \. ii ,:lt [-rie-'e r and --
t.n te br l-,our Ic a'!..u^gtc e"f t 1 >i, l, I.M11-1 bet
r1i1ker' It II aet Ihl i le1t It it., 11 it ,,ld
\~el c oh l turn in a tl aii a Ut in lles l e s. '

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ig the Fact

Ifoi." to your mind that yoa
anr not doing yoar duty to
yur'ifa (e oo r family by
l evirnf you: Pr property unpIo*
teel t ly iiniuirainel is what we
AMnit to ,i1o t.re. We don't
A .iit ),1ii to forget that tlh pew -
), r hiie' il l14 ib t
*^tl,. i. n mi, ,) Ai large in cam
,-fr' ),,r I ,,,,, .'- i' uo e.

BEFORE AN ACCIDENT I-
CURS INSUR E TNE KIT
COMPANIES : : : : : :


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ANOTHERDAILY TRAIN

WILL SE RUN FROM AS FAR
SOUTH AS OCALA.

Interested Parties Have Been Working
for This Service for Many
Months *s Experiment.

For many months interc-ted parties
have been quietly at work to get
another train pit on hbet wee.n Gaines-
ville and Worthington Splringx. and
it now se,.,m as if their efforts will
be rewarded.
i t is lprolmesed to run this new train
from Ocala to Worthington. making
the round trip e-very day. that tour-
ists and thel citizens gen, rally could
spend the day there, and return to
their homeiq e'cry evening, and at the
.iain:e time ha e a pleasant day at the

Thi< new arrangement would prob
ably prove pleasing to the Northern
i'*-ov I.- here. a.- they could spend the
d(Iay thlire and return in the evening.
i'. -ide., in the summer it would
catch much of the trade from this
point that has heretofore gone out
of the State for recreation purposes.
In -pe'aking of the proposed new
service. a railroad man Friday inform-
ed The Sun reporter that the train
would prodlably be put on within a
very short time. and would first be
tried as an experiment before it was
made permanent.

Noted Preacher to Come.
Rev. I)r Samuel M. Smith. pastor
of the First Presbyterian church. Co-
lunlbla. S C.. is expected to arrive
at noon today. and will preach his
flr-t sermon at the Ilible Conference
thi. ex.iling at 7":'o o'clock. IDuring
his stay in the city IDr. Smith will be
the guest of D)r. and Mrs. Thos. P. .
Hlay. Icr. Smith is a preache-r and
o)rator of .ery unusual ability. At the
tinm of his call to Columbia Iromn
Noith Carolina. the Governor of the
State said that Columbia was getting
the finue.t Iracner of any denomina-
tion in the State; and he is acknowl-
vedlvd to be in the front rank of the
mini try of the Southe rn Presbyte-
ca hrh r nihi tosa


All grale-4 inl canvas,
Plaiu rulilbcr an~d wire-


Now k~ the tin-v your

your garden'li ltaclawatur.


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zh.4"4, S"ellll&lll1, La "w 11
Sprhinkivrs auid several oth-
er styles~ we will IK, gladl to
Shiow You.


It pi3vs the farmer to plant only the bes. It's a
qutr.tionll not of "how cheap," but of "how ood."


We are now booklba orders for Pem and other menabiL We
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~ ~aft Fear m bard
wiah the CIO 110


% ~wealthyredkieu
w". vO pset the winter
~slee was found de"d
bOs d bA hWteemsft..

Y~yPahnlmermuer trial
SnokWaSm Inetislbwco
to eas end Pride with~
-a vardic of -not guilty"
60 hbms. .Mrs. A. PatH..e
wtAft and % Wuberbvwhu
Uft Palmer. MAstsummer at
hoIs Ta 1mps.

VVIL VIPsaturay Dvemlmsg
AMM -A& ado.,has rweev"d
sm orsellingmowe
Imbimodba tSdoelm .of the
ohm, IIF w hInathe United
*11*b m "a mudws .to a
he m=oresm day make
do" ouWedUma to his

-me o ftftsof pOwe.
bIermy d wwae
smkink lowas now"
464 hpu s bbIndl
pvTotObd 00K stls m~e b
VMS bw* ft toputmm~d
JpmsI. 0 he viW dtly
amt my wbe am&*
-S a" mestAgust or



of dobw m is evies
4 ~~* Wfssiak srwas
wudmes ow0160
"mNo o haveiteask


WOOK an tbkis t"athwny
~d ~ B prepriew rup to
go Immisad of using
w "ge"em sesmpof
ie.'so hersisre rmued to
a 4w boom of Bedw ,. sOw
urn wm abmskat water.
so @ee a burlowd"th



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nE A t usi n oppt.he
U T 13 "Aut the must rsoerceotl en
L pK ATAII' ev euastoed a the real
S mntat lm," sadM a Pittsbur ma. Mi a m
from Ohio. He eatureda place wMi
Sreal state irm. The second eveala
SwaIns la town oe of is co-worte
Introduced him to an evening gtbh
Ilg at the ouise of a well knows
merchant. The company. Iarning tha
the newcomer pommewd a voice. InTl
ed bim to sing. He responded wit
.ome Sweet Home.'
t ...... .. # "Elrerybody was surprised at hie .
election, but as It was well done b
was heartily applauded. Then be sur
priceded them some more.
"Stepplra forward to the center o
the room, be said:
"'I'm glad you liked the song. Ther
Is nothing like "Home. Sweet Home."
and let me amy that our firm: Is irilin
:.. them on terms to sult and with
twelve miles of the city. If you don'
care to live there the f.wt yet remains
that It'q the chance of your life for ai
Investment.' "-Kan.an CitIy Independ
ent
. . The M illers.
Parea i Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. "If you want to bear some guessin
Getlemeat I have used Peruma wide of the mark ask some one whale
d Ad that it eaao be eqald as he would think might lie the third
a tosle, aswel as s e for eogohg, most common name In New York
solds ad eatarrh. city." says the New York Sun. "The
You ae authorlesd to ua my probability In the correct answer will
photo with tesmloaal in ay pub- never be made unless some one bai
UeIas. happened to alight on some such bit
Josep H. C. se, of Information. The fact Is that, ae
S Teusthat.,Washaiton, D. C. cording to the beat arallable autborl
iW L7 1 tines the name Miller ranks third
Mr.O. a ate8 th bolding first place and Brow
Mr. H* e ay, rHTe Ray o., Me arod. It seem. almost Incredible
writes aG ar m y trtsommead P9 baut an a matter of fact the name Ml-
I m Lmi-. kwillr stands well to the bead of the list
t M ef great benelt to me, a It of names most frequently met with
emeof eat a h oei the s In the four largest titles In the cog-
I Ok Av wry bad eod ad had I try. It stands second In Philadelphia.
ripe laoe teb ,ary. It settled in my thirdl In New York city and fourth to
Met ad lugs. I took three bottles Chicago, while the name Jones la way
at pra ad Ist eared me.down In the list, holding the eleventh
,I highly resomsimid It to all who Place an New York city and the thir-
w tdesk,a I am glad to add my e_ teenth In Boston, with such.aames an
a msmtthatoft at aM." ('lark, Williams, White and other
649m411 t1 Wcow names never considered common pre
Mr. L. Clifford igg, Jr., Rest codIng It."
Marshal St., Riehmoad, Va. writeeelnt Spnkin
that whea he get aeold he take Peru- nk
aamdlt ooedrivesettothlsysteim. Consists In punishment only when
ar several years be was not entirely a child Is actually bad. Some moth-
VebatPraiseempmtolyeared hl.. ers think that all crying Is badness-
fepoewho objet to Uqlid ammdclm It's not. When your baby cries, look
wamSwureeimsleta, for pins or some external cause; if
Ask yenr DruN fst r PFree PerwM youn Can't fad them give the baby
Ahlm fo 1Nt _IN&lUWhite's Cream Vermifuge. as the
chances are it Is suffering from worms
tlagulased with the water and the which keep it hungry and cross all
burgis entered. A revolver and the time. Pleasant to take-sure In
some other articles were secured, but IU tactlo. Price s5 cents. Sold by
from the manner In which the goods W. M. Joh-nn.
were thrown about It is shown that Hee nkeempng In Papua.
they were In search of some article. European housekeeping In Papua Is
Bloed homnds were called and an effort charmingly simple. Everything arriv-
was made to trail the parties, but ed In a tin, for the most part ready for
without sucesea. Recently the store Us Meat, milk. butter, regetables-all
was robbed of Jewelry valued at $300 tood ti thi neat rows ia the store.
aMd so clue has ever been obtained room. A diet of tlannd stuffs grew
by the olen, rather monotonous at times, but we
were able occasionally to vary it
ometimea a man would arrive with a
T- Mueh PaFs live turtle, which be would sell for two
Tym feel as i you had oofe too ttcks of tobacco. costing threepence.
any wh ye av euralgia dot The wretched turtle would be killed
xeu? Save the ooew-you may mned and cut up, but would shillinsist on
- b-ue& -& -A --A-& mA.--edquivering In a most realistic manner
K. but et rid the meurlga by even when placed on the are to cook.
applyla Ballard's eow LUnlment. Them too, if the sason was a good
FMet tiag i the world or rheu- ae. the kitchen would be found lined
matam, meuralgia, buras, cuts. scalds. with joints of wallabies,. and It would
tome bach and all palma. iold by W. be hard to know what to do with so
M. Joha~m. maucb fresh meaLt-Wlde World Mag-
stae. ___
*ewinl Per Them.
As a country man was sowg his Y V ries of a Col.
ground two smart fellows were riding You can never be quite sure where
Senedtwo sT m rt fellows were riding 1 enid is going to hit you. in the fall
that wa', sad one of them called to and winter It may settle In the boefl.,
him with a ilnaolent air. "Well. bones producing severe pain. In the sum-
tSllow." aid be. "'tis your bumineesa mer it may give you colic with diar-
to ow. but we reap the fruits of your rhoea or summer complaint. kDo not
labor," to which the countryman re- be alarmed nor torment yourself with
plied. "Ti very like you may, for I fears of agp|endlcltlu or Inflammation
am aowlang hemp."--4CathoUc News. of the bowels. At the finrt sign of the
pain or cramp tak,* Perry Iaivlu' Pai:.
killer In warm. sweetened water and
Many little livea have been saved relhf will come at oien There ian hut
by Poley's Homey and Tar, for coughs. one Painkiller. Perry Davis'. It i. now


colds. croup and whooping cough. It put up In a large 3.'c ,ize as well as
Is the only safe remedy for Infants the regular ,lic iz,'
aMd children as It contains no opiate*
or other narcotic drugs. and children GEi. W. DAVENPORT
ke PFoley's Honey and Tar. Careful "
mothers .eep a bottle in the house. l M sm OSM
Refuse substitutes. J. W. McCollum
& Tuner and Rebuilder
Cab Wit.
The iFr.h l.,i\ 1- 1 1 v a xnpr.-itu, uatimate iFurnil.he I Promiptly anld All
about 'c:.b It'f that 1I. a l'r.n. hi.ia, k
returning frit..i a ia.rty uil il, l. ie III cIse a ,- A'l.r .
his alb. hhil- al t ,, i ,4 r ie% r hiiii1 l r:I. .- A liMlt .A IN ll VI 11.1
Ie Mtil thl tali h.. hll I ...r e. I .. n a..... "i


v; amith to AW~ua. High deal of cal. %i t' toide of tFrahIF
sad Woudtblnto a nw. Atrhison Ulobew
00wRol. .and all LInwemd.
w ~ If )ou aSill take vlt 'uleyOri:.o La
tqjWWU, H09PHATS MIN '., live ut~til the bouo ia btworonuvrtg~.il. a
)ou Sill not hia.', to tactike'i- r~i
WELIJ, SAW-MILLI4 &andlFARBMS4 c:aiat' ~ ,IEliaI~ i
Minp and A uaww IM~sitibe I y vu I o 4 'it-Iitc k l- I( I '.k I I,,
Ow 01w prkv. and siulgi.1-i 1k. r l-,A & lotI., IA
S W. MCC-alium & o
How lonig mt) .ag it tha~t your bt(.ip
ilphisW With aigurebtavadii~ eeztiing, buw lu,,#
1k L qIIm 3dgu betfetrv OUr 11411Uf % u t aa toI.),tt-


Facts for Weak Won
tF Nim.emI aiNof e seokessa of weme s
S eof the orms di simM Salahm. lush si

S Dr. Pierce's Favorite
It It Makes Weak Wome o
h Sick
k sets directly en me erdes elsted and is at to
- tive tosie for the whole system. It wcues lemele
w of home. It makes unnscseary the diedreemble
local treatment so unaiverseally insisted uope by
r ev.y modest women.
Se shell not perticularize here as to the si*
)f those peculiar affection incident to women., b
wanting full information as to tflir sympto
e means of positive cure arp referred to the People
S moSen, e nMedicel Adviser-sle-( rages, newly
and n t-to-dete Fdition. sent fr, e 0-. receipt of
n cent slamps to coTer coat ofiiia..iig only; or, i
S binding fr 31 stamps.
t AdJre., Dr. R. V. P:cre. Buffatlo, N
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I to the public generally, is our connec- ment an
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soclated Bell Telephone companies. phone ct
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell
distance lines In the seven States In ask for'
which we operate and in addition can commun
connect any telephone in our system in the c
with lines extending to any other city This v
In which a Bell Telephone syatom is ing throw
* operated. daily in
These long distance lines are of the poses b)
meet modern and Improved construct citizens
tion and are maintained at a high plant he
state of efficiency. The Bell systems, great chs


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and Telegraph

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Prescription
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k Wom*u We.
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complaint right iat
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are uniform in their
nd in their methods ef oS
by reason of this close tp
meat between the *ell Tb
companies is it poweible to pU
Telephone almost any
"Long Distance" and be put i
ication with almost any pal
country.
ast network of wires, re
oughout the nation, Is ma
commerce and for social p
the banker, the farmer a
in all walks of life and jg
re is an important link ia ib
ain.


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JACKSONYIIIE BROKERAGE COMPANYY
(INCORPORATED)

STOCKS, BONDS, CRAIN. ETC.


Rooms 11-15 Baldwin Building, Jacksonville, Fla.


We


buy and sell Iocal Securities of All Kinds.
ence invited.


('orrespond


Staple and Fancy Croceries
Graig, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE --- GAINESVILLE rLORIDA.
HlgheMt market prie paid for Chickens, Eggs and other" Produce.
A Compete stock of Hay. Cor. Oats. Flour. Bran,. 'eal. Cott
Ued Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Seat goods
at LoW et Pri es, ad guarantee -atisftrtloe Jays.


The Fay Sholes Vibible.


S~end )'ouiir4


On Easy lostakMents

ALL KINDS OF SUPPLIES

Machines for Rent

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JANI'ARY 30. 1909


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of no t'mited 1Staktm Ntw
L90912 ueotbh: f4'0%tthwie
W Ae weeks-strwicly is

IbmaijowliOUTUa occilits a line
foeach c~tltionai

MM"&&Wrtiieuff mad*@ knwm *a


B t iq aln eight pace, forty
p~oIhed every Monday and
smaa Sl all the news of the
N&and general, and will be
be, tosay part of the United
1W I so a year-in advance.
MM become due after first
1 agglltiUemett. un leeS otherwise
MlMBt. fttkbe act known to us
iapayfor advertiing in ad-
THg DAILY sUN,
GAsIEJSVILLs, FL.A.

OgE DY ADVANCED.

B bhetl said and written
*'"ea and outness" of the
lige, says The .Manatee
in7y ideas have been ad-
Ig *I why Floridas carry so
g1 uwy the markets refuse to
SgM at anything like a re-
price. It is to be hoped
Vll talk will help conditions.
M opinion, roughly express-
H Flor oranges will never
hold the high place they
h thl markets until they aret
gked and shipped as they
La This idea that a Florida
b a rubber ball an(* can tbe
mld bruised about from the.
Is picked until it is half
-ppe-d and thrown. into the
expensive myth. which a
SrMw aof growers and buyers
r- i out during the past sea-
r4moe who knows anything
ftr oranges knows. that
V "brim full" of Juie from
to the rind. and that the
Is not of the thick. coarse
*, M thin and tender and ta lly
Ml broken, hence It's no
that oranges pounded about
mmmd of the ladder. dumped
9Mmad ground through a harsh
diner, redumped into the hop-
i a orange sizer, packed so
I the box that it takes the
d a two-hundred pounder to
astuOp down so It can be nailed.
Io arry well and reach t he mar-
11 bad condition. If you will
M4l think you will agree ith
00 the wonder is that a single
oaage so packed ever reaches
miBrMet In a sound and perfect

ftrl~ia's orange is much thicker
d smot near so full of juice. yet
8NWW of that State use great
II putting them up, and find
7Y proltable to put a few extra
IN the pack. There is no com-
between the Florida and Call-
OMge. yet by care in handling
arketng a profit is realized
I., with the better fruit. lose
Z T. This shouldn't be. but it's so.
11 What are you going to do about
,U T" cannot let things continue
1'b ,y. for you H be out of buti-
*.<1 a few years. There's but one
S0 do. Pick. clean. pack and
f1tr orang., right Not a little
than you hae been doing, but
i:80 that not a single- c-11 in the'
-rid %ill b.- tbruiN..ed or broken
l out place th i.u itn a r.fri grattor
,* lij ll lit i..t t| i lit a irtih, ii
~ l You ,,a> thii 0.i' th |,, >t wi,"
W. It *Ua a dll until 1t 1- itin,
a1-- lll l, ,r i,. t'.. rOw ,. l

slolt> 'm I,.gr, II;... I 1

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for ~
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14jr L01 it o. i


CURRENT COMMENT.

The Mobile Register says: "The
Cubans have begun to disagree rather
early. A cabinet officer resigns before
he is installed. 'Cuba for the Cu.
bans' Is working queerly. An African
has been elected president of the Se'n-
ate and an Italian president of the'
House "
The Norfolk lAndmark says: "While
Itenjanmin Franklin was picking
March 4 as Inauguration Day because,
that date fell on Sunday a smaller
number of times than any other date'
within 2idi years. he overlooked the'
important fact that more bad weather
would fall on that date than any other
during the sainee leI ritxi "
The Charleston News' and Courier
.a !ss: 'l\\il'en thI I'ncte,-l State's w,:
etliaV'e'd In the work of fon4n iting
re ,oluti 'n iin IPalna;- and a;iprolri;at
i:g :;i. ti-ri-iry oif aI fren i'tile <"tim tr\.
why did not so ii of thi,-e' vt.r\
righte'ous atitte''-snn n h ao re now
,l. iaiin poor old ObahIldia. orgacnzle'
a resolution at W\\:ahintiion aiain I
one of thi-' ii oit dila- ra-cef-ll of our
.A\ncrian tran;t.-acti IRain, v lhe-n the' flr.-t stealing s a-
done'."
7he Washington P'ost ...a-: "The'
le-o ple of the E:ast. Ib fore eondtniniilg
California for agitating a question
that Involhes the relations of the I'nt
teod States with Japan. should be sure
that these Americans on the' coast
are wrong. California has seen Ha-
waii become a Japanese outpost. ready
at a monient's notice to be seized by
the Japanese already in the Islands.
Californianslnsist that the same pro-
ceuss is in operation In their State.
They are on the ground, and they
ought to know. If the Legislature
should enact anti-Japanese legislation
this week. after the admonitions of
the President. we may be sure that
0the act will iot tbe that of mere agi-
tators and sand-lottt r'-."
The 'harle.ston Po.t says: "'As a
Senator Mr. lIryan would find opplor-
tunity for the' e'iplo intent of his
gro-lt gifts of oratory and for the'
lpre,:thinig of his go.l-'vl of reform
fie' would se-rtv thel' people well; he'
would be a national figure'. though a
Stat,.' rep'lr-sentaiive. lie' would be
In(,aurally (ontent with the digni-
ties and the employment of the great
office of U'lnite'd Slates Senator. and
therefore less keen of ambition to the
Presidency and not so much of a prob-
le'm to the IN-mocratic party. lHe
would add immensely to the' strength
and |K0wer of the party in the nation
by his participation in the debates of
the Senate and his influence upon
the course of legislation at the seat
of the Government. The election of
Mr Ilryan to the Senate would be a
whole.some thing for the country, as
well as a deserved solace to himself."
The Philadelphia Record says: "We
take from our forests annually seven
times as much wood per capital as the
Grmniais take from their forests, and
ten time's as much as the French. We
lote by fire eve.ry year buildings of
the value of $4,.."e,.oo<. which is ap-
proximately one half the total cost of
the new buildings annually erected.
Four out of fit e of these fires are pre-
ventable. as is shown by the fact that
In Europe where they have more ex-
acting building codes and standards
of construction, the fire losses are
enormously below those in this coun-
try. There appears to be a very close
relation between the greater conibuati-
billty of our houses and our excessive
use of tintber for building"

Match niake-rs are responsible for
manly nsil.-inatt-he's in the mnatrinonial
world.


The' Rieciord is e*'xpunrtged


rT \11 *,, I IIII,., ('II, *,< T ,,i LtI ,, .
i.f \. '.1 \ 11 .

Frank J ('hti I) makes oath that
tie- i Ce l- ior I.,arti.e r of lihe flrti of
I 1 ( i. I.. i & (" ilinl. 1I -111 i I
St. ('it (if I i ai 'all n aV ali 'l Sl .it,
,, 1 i l, it .ti'l tirin w all ,.i ,


A t I. ,t I, i.
|'+\ K J t'1 11\L.Y


REAL CAUSE OF DIVORCE EVIL.

If the one million disor(e*s in the
country during the last twenty years
had been granted for trivial causep.
the outlook would be bad enmioh.
but the situation beonmex n all the'
more serious when the separations
take place for grave moral reasons.
It is generally recognized that .uch
causes as adultery, desertion, crueflt.
Inimlt onment for crime. habitual
druinkennests and neglect to pro% ide
are grave' reasons for divorce, and
Shile some of our States have omlni
hms clause's in their divorce law.
these six principal grounds are the
one-s recognized by the majority of
states.
.Moreover, the ,etati-tie of divorces'
printed show that nin'-tv ,-e.-n lper
enltit of all divirc(es' are' graniit d on
these s.ix print Ilpal grounds. Only an
iiiiitelt !:tit fraction vf the' divorce,
in the' I'nilted State's are grant-dl for
trivial reasienis. FueCh aas "inconimpatibil.
i; of tnlip.'r" Again. over sixty pewr
c ,nlt (of the divorces In the U'nited
Sl;tte.s are granted for the two most
serious grotinds of all-adultery and
dl.-ertion. In other words. In two-
thirds of the cases divorce was grant-
ed after husband and wife were al-
ready practically separated.
We must conclude, there fore, that
divorce. is prevalent not because of
the laxity of our laws,. but rather be-
caupe of the decay of our family life.
The real evil is not divorce, but the
decay of the very virtues upon which
the home rests. The problem in
American family life is whether we
are able to build up the virtues upon
which a new and higher type of fam-
ily may be founded, higher, that Is.
than the despotic, semi-patriarchal
type of family of our fathers which
is now passing away or is. rather, al-
ready extinct. It must be remember-
ed, however, that the first essential
element in the home life of a people
is stability.-Charles A. Ellwood in
The February Delineator.

The awake pera reads the waat
ads. every day-and amwer some al-
most as often.

It is about time to hear from Mr.
Tillnkan again.


Tkemmis Hae KiMney
Treile afd Never Suect L
Prirnlm-wrr e Klid-m> La*e.
Mfot people do nt realize the alarm-
ing increase and remark-able prevalency
While kidney, sd
orders are thc
m. M ost common
dis.ascs thit l.rc-
vail, they arc
almost tie l ,t
recognized by
paticl't adj pl,)-
s aicians, vA, re.'
S" tene tAheuemlra
writh dftoring tke rfeei, shile the try-
,.il di.cwae undermines the aystc.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the know mge n
often expreedl, that lDr. Kilumera
Swamp-Root, tiue great kidney remedly,
fulfills every wish in curing rheunatis in
pain in the back, kiclneys,. liver, I'ladder
and -very part of the urinary pauage
It corrects inability to huld water
aail scalding pain in passing it, or ai
elects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, an to get up watay
times during te night. The mild andl
the extraordinary elect of Sw p-nRoot
is sixm reali.-el. It stands the highest
fr its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicici;
)-,,u should have the best. Sold by drug
,lists in fifti -cent and one-dollar aies.t
Yf'u mnay have a sample b-,ttle and (.
>ook tuat tells all
.41 out it, hIth ,t'nt free
1' e.i l. A lir-..-. D r.
Kl:iihr & to, 1'.,g-
Ih .mtl.t, N. 1'. Wi\\etin m,.5t.m's~,
writg.nK litcsi.i l this l|mer and don't
i1 ...e .tv :. -t .kLe. lit rut-neialtser the
I* I tl. Ir. Il. i11r. S a.lnap i uut, and
n llr**- Nli I P.ti llio .ll N. Y.

MENANDOWIMN
1 U'se Bsa f Ir sariewr
l....se.1 l<*, ,luIl..lljl*e0**-*ll
"ee' e*=I0tofi I mIu uuse ta-..i-
vr*q:P"&*484. O fa1.6.860 8a1 a1 s .'ot 4.
aua~soras.s Usd e -s0lwr*an *
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Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Ei, M rmo LO M m me VIWv mli
yen less able to withUtnd each -oS: u- m. -_
paing the way for mo rtel tmAoiAiA
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAK SUCH CHANO


z RXAMzmTLT CU-AE
*Cotf^, OeI ore TIrmt, A flb,

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EVERY OTHER SIHOUL KNOW THATALA
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NIOTMIN- lJU_
NOT CONSTIPATED CHILDREN AND WILL P-Mh w
CURE CROUP AND WnOOPINO 4O

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WW. M. JOJ=8Ow0GT
Tanipa & Jacksoaville RaiasIy







MUFFrCTIV P.O. ISr 1a1L


I e\ve' (;ainesville for ,Micanupy, Fairfield and o
e(.1 points Sotuth ........................ 10:10 a
Returaiig, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:56 p
Leave Gainetville for Sampson City, Palatka, I
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainesville ..*............ 9:30 p


A. L Glans, Os. w Set L E. Bw TAd! .


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North, Selh,


Consult the "6

For detailed information
ervations, see your i
write to

AL W. FRITOT,
{ Oiv. Peu. Aget,
SAUtlutie Cout Lime,
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Purple Folder"

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DearSA TWLht Apikt
or call on

FRANK C. MYL9TN,
Troy. Poa. Aeet,
JaeekyMiMei F beWs


Air Line Railway
Kt. "avie- Wareld, -. Laaewiar Williams d C. I(M-k ll--
SAVANNA \ \.' \. I 'AMI:N. SO, 801lTHERN PINM.
1.u-i.;.i 1 le'ii -t .B WASHINGTON. 1ALTIMORE,
li* I I I'- l'It \:NEW YORK
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
S-1:\II ; AiAId1' VI: .\l'-IMI'NI> I, T

.-- .l,1\1: 'l. 11 ltill\ FA'.\SIT M AIL
MOCERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
i ""* \i \I I. ) I \ I Ml' l1:1i S,.- i1 1, I'ullmtI n Ve,. I-
S.' .. .' i ,..... ( '.t. 3 i o .ation far aud
| 11 ; .' < ii 1. i ('I .t 1 *I ,knt i ntl e*; Pull-
11 I < ., ,* n .I i I lallUb Ik Iach ;
I| 1. S .* It AugustUne
] i .. 1 '- s k Ptl l S lida y.
For fu'l information aid cl | 'ce (.r reservations call e
any Agent Seaboard. or *' S ( BOOvS)Y TON Jr., Assistant
Gc eral Passenger Agent, J., -'. e Florida.


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m ayse bsels.


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a hSIWS

dwlgpltC= o shows


T msos4eeo se seb
"n erws me aw st batory.
Oft Uk.' Cmb rCudig bmM
iWater COMmfwo"r .
Plhe drMk etabllshmeuts.
NUo dal do lloW' Saaltarium.
Three aade talkai establishments.
Firstclas swoerage system. $176.0W.
Two e tMhe bet botekt ti the a-
Wrlor.
Two wholesale grala sad feed
Two wholesale grocery establishl-
W tr tbat aa made Gailaevile
T Umeat opar house la the State
..lde. of Jaeksomvllie.
A GOverweet buildic soon to be
er-eted to oost wheo completed
Larpemters. mamaon, plasterers.
palatwers printers, alachists and Ia.
boring mes galore.
More mike of paved streets and
mlothlde sidewalks than amy other
Own Im the Interior of the State.
Am $s,O.N eourt house built of brick
sad ome-a beautiful structure-and
th laws, fower beds, shrubbery,
Od--_er.~m t. e mou t, etc.. nrround-
lag M, make It a most attractive pie-


OFPCIAL DIRECTORY.


W bte Osus.:


Secetryofsetain-B. Clay
took rferLC.Coon


Crw-
Talbb-


NTv Nmr-W. V. Kaott, Talaas-
Ate-yemra--ParMk M. Tram-
0sI1oanmer of Agriculture-B. E.
eLIp Talla. am-
StL at Public astruetion-Wm. M.
Bollway, Tallabhae.
PrMeliest of the Ienato-Hunt W.
Harris, Key West.
C-nty Oeers:
Clork sal Auditor-L. H. Wienges,
Oe-evtlle.
rept. PeUe ilastrction-Dr. J. L
Ketey. Galnesvlle.
iemrti-P. 0. Ramey Gaineeville.
Comty Judge-H. 0. Mason, Gainee-
vTins.
TM Am.or-W. W. C ome, Gainem.
s Co-slsrm-W. a OcklJnsO.
Tre uIW -J. D J MatmO. Oals-
SUeer; gssumrame-s,. Tcr. tMo.
orew. OGatesville.
Cemotye ommlsl e-John 0.
Duer Chairman rHague; J. F.
T.owa.ml, Camprille; W. May.
0. P. CraSo. GOla-STIlle.
Members ShlobtB-oued-IL B.
Weeks, Charman. Hawthor; J. W.
Moody LCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
sot. eaHter-i. H. McCreary.
os.leMvUls.
embers Hiow-syd L. Carter,
Galesvtile; T. A. Doke, SaitaT Fe.
Ctty o0OeS:
Maor-Horato Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Anmor-B. R. Colso.
Tax ColUector-T. B. EUlIs. Sr.
Clerk sad Treasurer-J. Mazey Dell.
Cty Attroyme-W. L. Broome.
Board of AMermen-T. W. Stands.
PresMeat; Goo. K. Broome, 8. J. Bur-
ett. B. L Canaao. H. L Graves 8.
M. Mi A. L Vidal.
Beard of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lr. Chairmaa; W. W. Hampton. secret.
tary; H. I. Dutton. L. J. Baird. J. H.
VIUaL
Som article that Is simply "la the
way at your bouse mghbt. If adver,
tied, be sold to someone who is sax-
lously looking rI a.,
LAt a want ad. aosoUlate a trade
for you-of something you dos't seed
for SNomethinga you do.


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UNDERTAKING CO.


PULL LINE OP
NEW OOODS....


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THE BUSH & SA





PIANO CONT



In Which a Resident of Alachua

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00

The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

sentatives of The R. S. Howard

The Contest to be Conducted by

Behalf of Bush & Safford.
! QCC


'El


SCounty Will

Piano, and 18

Furnished by

Sole Repre-

Co. of Miami,

THE SUN in


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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 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.


April 15th, 1909


* *
* *


Additional


Gifts


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 .IK u.sed
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To irest ~a r me sh t t l. ko for nach for.......$211.01
To se uei recuiv -wsit s'o r-a w Ins i ..ufr........ S175.00
To aie e st rci te d uu hit rWte. a i a I for ed f. ah f........ ..- 8$150.o
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed 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 tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes-
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bres.
Hyde & Tonch.
Where Vits by kBe Cast
Ballot bosxe will be found In the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun o.ce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Gainesville. Florida.


CTII.


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living In
Alachua county who Is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by onime reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro-
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate In this contest, aud will participate to
no manner. Jd t
3. In the event of a misunderstandinK between
candidates or others interested in this tcoitett,
such controversy may be referred to the con-
ductors of contest, who alone are the t'.rouus
qualified to render decillona.
4. In the event a candidate decides to ith-
draw from the race, uch candidate mill not be
allowed to tranfter votes to the crtdlt of alluther
candidate In the contest


D.A.ILi Yr T. LT


$1.25-Three months' subscription ................. ....


slt s-kib~ su.e.Irr%
4W votes


2.50-Six month' subscription..................... ..1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ................ ..... .... 3,000 votes
For a club ,f five oue-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909).25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptious (before April 1). .25,000 votes


500 vuto
1.200 votes
3,500 votes
30,000 votta
30,000 vu',


'lift-i-. i n ,I iliiit i t, t) n I lit l .li Tn' r of c, hil .i ca i (.4 l(,., t. Ilit 111.t .' .

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- Oue year's subscription........................................ ...


For a club of five one-year subshriptious ........... ...............


4,000)


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Thern i- no limit ,li t-! im ml.r cl ul.- li conite-taint n l;.
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is uPdesired by the propr!stors


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TR_ DAII.Y VS'y: fA1' RIT.,P. Pr pr'IDA, JA UNARY s, 1909

W. g j' SALE
It -se- V- ?Ish* Notice is here.by given that und.
SLaw erhes. p/l\ id lo irtue- ot an execution dat. 4
of al n e to make -cn.t r th. 1 :. and I. u.d ou
Sthe crime, but they if tbh Circuit Court of Alachua court
ltme tWrer its solution .y. Florida. upuo a ce tala judgmie
gle sthan theyJ a dfaer of W. R. Thomas. plnl wro
t Ictioh oflo ging &and against Lydia Drake. defendant
mae bh e i whole fI- s ing directed to all and singular th. used to au from h
w he hp o hlar wfs she tifs of Florida. 1. the undersaine | mdfl0g-dow p IaIsI
6h the bu period b- sheriff of Alachua county. Florida I k u i, a
asred as a pun Ihment for ave levied upon and will sell at pub
olw the man who sold lie outcry before the court house door
Spaced In the pillory and In Gaineeville. Florida, on Monday
hberned to windward of l I the first day of February. A. D. 1909 T
who sold bad wine between the legal hours of sale. t
Some of it d the the highest and best bidder therefore T
rd over his hd: r or cash, the ftolowing described lands
es pt.U Sde barmeiaded. hd situate In Alachua county. Florida
S,, a *shirt and caorrrynl a Nebr o towtt: N W M
ae srted by the mayor's n __ Lot Nmber of Block Numb.et w


was that law and order
Sfar better than whea
dirsanlsd by the horrible
d Georgian times.
becaSame worse with re-
and after the ret-
SIllery. with its terrible
at slit d ears whtpptna
poplar. to ay nothing of
mgralag at the stake, and so
SThemas' hospital one of
S@r a Trave offense, con-
pe IMs *f God and according
pb oet three wyt "eas." was
I bO p"e s hlled and have xs i
TA kidOn. m."
bad as It was. was less
than the terrible criml-
d George II'sa reign. when
UM-N arwty-elght crimes punlash
r d0ath and forty punishable
Ift transportation or pgll
L lag for mere vagrrancy be-
emry VIII.., and as late
dI weaeo were publicly whip-
jneester for this unavoidable
Aad never did public morall-
low.
Ow good old days we foigced
wm "to encourage the othb-
there were many trussed at
I gls who would now tw sim-
el&hd. A pleasant form of
was "floggin through the
r It was given to the lanorant
Om who struck a su|'lrl.r ,ofi-
4* when he bnd Ken carried
we ship to another and tflote'd
Sbe sewrvivrd -If he was unfor-
-er six mootbs. The lucky
101 aIecdentally.-Ioodon Chron-


Every Mete
f soald be worried when the
an have a cough or cold. It
hA Iai croup or pleurisy or pneu-
to something more seri-
Mia's Horehound Syrup will
1k tbeble at once and prevent
wwmtlom. Sold by W. M.

F His Thirst.
LAbId1-May. Just send up some
flI water. Wife- Which was It
KL "Detained at the office" or
3 Shd at the club? Husband-
WIfe-Beause 1 didn't know
M Wr yeu wanted a tumbler or a
Oft-Lundon Opinion.

Sf0 His Mind.
401y"M forgotten that X that you
LBd of a some time ago?"
Lm. I still bare It In my mind."
dsat you think this would be
y llm to rlIleve your mad of


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NATURALLY AGED.
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1ST AND SAFEST FOR ALL


FOR LITTLE


FAT FOLKS
Most grateful and0 comforting bi
a warm bath with Cuticura Soap
and gentle anointings with Cuti.
cura. This pure, sweet, econom-
ical treatment brings immediate
relief and refreshing sleep to skin
tortured and disfigured little ones
and rest to tired, fretted mothers.
For eczemas, rashes, itching,
Irritations.and chafing, Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment are
worth their weight in gold.
aM te~bouh .t *o*M Do Loe t oa.ST II
cauevbmi8 .; i.Rao. w. Res Patles. Au.t.
M._W R Tuoirm acn.Sv-ah. Indkii. a K PaML
ot"alu ( H .oaioKnm5mC I ...' Jasml
&Iw 4&. ld. T. I M -

Teaching the Royal Salute.
Cruwtlug the deck iof the Ki-wdr Wil-
helm II. royal yat lit with a Lirge musg
of beer In his hand. ore ,,f the sali,,rs
was ,Partl.,d by the si'.ilcdi tslilramce
of his ryvnl n'aat-r. Tie ,inrde na rv-t
clumsy attempt to saute r.ithi ;1t f:ne
band. whbie his anxiety ti prevent the
Ie~r spilliug amused his majesty.
*I.ook here." said the latter. "you.
dk!n't do th.t right. I14 me show you
bow it ought to be dDne.'" Tel!uag the
mail to fancy that he was the em-
perolr. who wan to ble .aluted. the kant
@cr took the mug aid retreated a few
peae. Then, coming forward again.
stopping ollli4ite to the s0illor, he held
the mnug to 1.%I lIms. draloed It. put It
lio 1n with military loreisi-i'. "'Tlat'a the
way to, di It." lie reniar:ed to the as-
tnll lid ste.in; an: **Now go down
'tairs and tell them !,o f011 line niu aup
n:r:iai and :UIe you one fir yourself
Skay It was I whi, drank it."


Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la grippe coughs that may
develop into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Foley's Honey
and Tar. The sore and Inflamed lungs
a' healed and strengthened, and a
dangerous condition is quickly avert-
ed Take only Foley's Honey and Tar
in the yellow package. J. W. McCol-
lum & Co.


What He Was Allowed to De.
A lPresbyterian delegate who was
accustomed to being sent to denomina-
tional conventions to extend fraternal
greeting was delegated to the general
confer-ene of the Methodist Epiacopal
thur h
It.ing to sjwak. be said It was al-
wa % tii l-titrestiug study to him to
note lf,. differ, nt receptl4nsa accorded
iiii ait the (conteallons of the raritmou
\**. hi.er I attend a counetitlon of
t.e l. ,Is ',:it l lchur h. for ciamiple."
said b,. '1 t'.d I .an do anything I
like x. ,,Pl ',r.uti Il the lpul Ilt lihe.n
I 4. t, r .- ith,. I'Jthe Lia t -!iur. h I mIn
uc i. r 1 r. .. 1 i. ,If i., 1 1. .111101, I oi A I A c ." li t "- il.
siltb a w ie. "m br- I s*ll-ar a a sing
the M,1 't. !.-If I 1il'i i I asil t lt ,"wed
P% -r ,' .; s *, t tak la ili thl (,,,l
le, tl, l, I.. -iv.' II mwe J.,uri:il


I- hiIl.tguid, % i'A .k rur.i, I.# ii
I ii~ .'-lta )IIata 11 offe JU.- t
it a .tt ~ i I -r Iturd-H

Ha r a is ji oi.~L


23. Brush's Addition to Galnesville
Florida said lot being described as
foMowsM: Commemeg em th esO
boundary lime of Arrededo street at
a point 13 feet north oft the north
line of West semiary street mad ex-
tendnlag thene. North 112 feet along
said mt b ndary Ilse of Arredoico
street; thence ast 69 feet; theme,
South 108 feet; thence Westerly U
foot, more or less, to the potat of be-
Together with the tenements and
appurtenances thereto, belooting
The same having been levied upon
as the property of said Lydia Drake
to satisfy said execution and costa,
and the lien of said plaltiafs Judg-
ment upon said property.
L. W. FZNNELL.
Sheriff Alachua County. Fla.
T. R. ELLIJ, Jr.,
Attorney for PlalaUff.
BUSINESS CARDe


DR. GEO. s. WALDO,


- DESTLwIT


Graham Smlldlng, ast Main street to
@ell PhoneS5 1 Alme Leag Dit Anee

DR. EDWARD CLARK
DENTIST.

Offices in Graham Bualdlin. over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 314.
1. DIVERE i. MORitIt,

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Mo oeva Gainesville NMtanalJ Sea
Pbn 900


Dl. J. B. ALDEKMAI.


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dwof IAke amfles, IA, s
-4M b.kb adzM
and could I=we
d now I fel~al Athe U...


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cudulis a "'-dnothat has bm hind toA i &
upo the of most WOMM% ~pshm.utmn
figthe wesekemd womanly orgas, dthabooe
.me dwiu b too hard fbir hu
It bo not a pain kle, but a tneo m
ofpueyqse
and romea hed &I
=0201 WToung. aduL Winum'b3
AT AIL 3 iO


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phase 280. GrmsulV

W. Z.lAKER,
AToRNEY-AT-LAw,
0. UOLIIOMR IN ONANC3ZT.

(SAINSVILLL3. Mmbob0.., VI"
Oe" ins Ha mas Iesh

FhRDINAD lATIN,
ATTORNICY AT LAWS


&rmuvnu.,


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Oaa sell your sie pepsew, (amP
proved sad oawMi ed);,
rakng a4 tand lada. bed ha
Sli s ofwat ao aorforo sat e. MU
J. A. CABLISL,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Aad oletotr la Eqaty

lea' EstMate, OoMveaaSitg Mad ea
eraJ Presteo. All busies p- I
asseAded So. Odee aseat doers-I
aoee. Ghi"vmruL. Ia.a,
BANK CLARK. TIOs. W. UUJLWt
CLARK & FIELDING
Lawyer.


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Fet-d-ral


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PIANO CONTEST


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T=h Oupoa may be c- at The Sun offra or at vkesr adtdo-
nected with the coioot. NOT GOOD AFTER F SPUART la
i ll |


"That Which l

Worth AA
The old adage that wi
ing for is still true-- tru
The thing you want-
home, whether it is a read
book-is obtained readily
disculty, or Dot at 11, thri


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Is Worth HNi b

vertsin Fr"
hat is worth havi is wwth k.
of the mor inatrtesh life d today.
-whether it is a sed pi we
y.made business or a lest psoket
through advertising, aad with
rough other meaus.

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M~de o -&IGrape
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mINr CONDENSED

OF GENERAL INTEREST
Sy SUN REPORTERS

an lappined and What Is Go-

lMl ems of the City.

craaberries. Dorsey & Co.
a amml ticket at Rutherford's

H i4r of MNicanopy was a visitor
pi yesterday.
barrel of mackerel to open to-
V. & Dorsey & Co.
Kay oysters, day and night,
a Restaurant
celery just arrived by ex-
W. Doruny & Co.
M le best in fresh mneal a by
besm J. G. Harrold.
fbet, but enjoy yourself by
the Electric Theatre.
atteatiom paid to ladies'
It Ritherford's Restaurant.
a ea of Hudson's maple syrup
Oe best ever. W. 8 I)orsey

Tuarer of River Styx. near
9 was a visitor to Gaines-
-FMsay.
o latest finest subject on the
low being shown at the Elec-
Thesatr.
ON i Ida Burkhim has returned
a brief but pleasant viait to
at Micanopy
rft Latie Holder. a ho has been
es t of Mrs. J. L. Kelley. left
for Alachua.
I Ildwil of Tioga was a visitor
b Csity as Friday. having come on
I Wi weekly trading expedition.
ftt 0. M Lynch left yesterday
v rsess. where he delivered a
I* the high school and Its pa-
; aM als ht
I M. Malphurs and son. Myron. of
B-esorth. were among the visitors
asville yesterday and made a
call at this office


Peas. beets. celery and onions In the
vegetable line. W. 8. Dorsey & Co.
A ewe of appendicitis cured by
vievmg the moving pictures at the
Eleetrie Theatre.
Plank's ChM Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jotneao.
Pure apple elder delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Francisco. Phone 223.
The fashionable place to be seen
is at the Electric Theatre. Every-
body and their neighbors go nightly.
Mesdames HI. L, Montgomery and
C. E. Melton of Micanopy were among
the shoppers visiting the city yester-
day.


Cheapest accident Insurance-Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain
and heals the wound. AU druggists
sell It.
Miss Luverne Bobbitt of Micanopy
was a :isator to the city yesterday.
hbile here she was a guest of Miss
Alice Thomas.
Col. I. E. Webster left yesterday
for a short business trip to Fort White
in the interest of the Dutton Phos-
phate Company.
Mrs. 8. T. Dell left yesterday for
Starke. where she will spend the next
se eral days visiting her parents,
Capt. and Mrs. Weeks.
Mrs. I. H. Bennett left yesterday
for Rochelle. having been called
there on account of the serious illness
of one of the Zetrouer boys.
Phone Harrold for your wants In
the eating line. Hie carries a varied
stock and you can always rest as-
sured that he, has good fresh goods.
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.
Dr. H. Gatrell of Fairfield was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
one of the leading business men of
that section and owns a business both
at Reddick and Fairfield.
Chas. M. Hildreat. postmaster of
Live Oak and a prominent citizen of
that city. was a visitorr to (;ainethvillle
yesterday. having come to confer with
Hon Henry 8. Chubb of the land
oMce on important business


Dr. A E. Cline
J l


has owened OM(
incuK FR WOM. Dlavis, stable's Ali
* 1POMWc is Lhe back S.' flaV IMad-. l ulc u-lf
1SM IF Ifosble &ad WaSt a aerials. te )ll( li
iwiif fom oma'sikwsMtith- of the Kalie-as V'.
AUT=TAUA-I.EZAr' Itiie'rate
pe am nda rilievem ail femmic is here~ to pract
l~~s1beliia Emil awmamon and u-Cli usee
NOther tirav's Aeat u* iaaf &D- Calls aIwSe
dfSAGU~i Cr wnt by mail fforul'&111 denatip-tIy, cattle
;M" MK R Addr...r. Tb. NobeLrf
ML* Bay. tdr*a V,wk gerounij a' 'ntiom.


Dutton


e, veterinary surgeon.
ces at Crawford &
ad solicits a share of
hss. He is a graduate
eterinary College and
tire his professiooi
day or night. Hor.,e
and dogs all receive


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Bank


Capital, 75,000.00 urplu7I.I.591.74


Captil, $75,000.00 Surplus, $17,591.74


W. It TIiMA Ir-, '-o.A-cut
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Mrs. W. B. Crown and
Miss Minnie. were In the
their home at Rocky Point
A'hile here they were the
Mrs. J. A. Heal.


daughter.
city from
yesterday.
guests of


We carry all the vegetables in seaw
ion and can supply your wants from
'he meats to groceries. Get In line
and be one of our customers. J. G.
Harrold. Phone 25.
N. W. Malphurs. the contractor, left
yesterday for Jacksonville. He has
neen here for the past several days
figuring on some contract work and
may return within a few days.
Cabbage crates; lawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us book your order.
Melton Lumber Co., Micanopy. Fla.
Holly. iBarnett of Micanopy is
among the visitors to the citv. He


is now traveling this section
interest of a patent device
which he has secured the
rights.
John Carter of Fairfield was
or to Gainesville yesterday.
now engaged in trucking and


in the
upon
county)

a visit-
He is
is one


of the largest planters in that part
of the State, especially of cabbage and
beans.
We receive two shipments a week
and are sole agents for Oswald Jaeger's
famous Milwaukee rye breed. Small
loaf. 15 cents; large, 25 cents. Try
one, it's delicioas and healthful.
irown House.
Chlickering. Kaabe. Mathushek,
isecher. Ivers & Pond and other lead.
ing makes of pianosa old by me for
cash or on installment plan. See me
before buying. W. L. Hill, Opera
House Building
Mrs. W. H. Trailer of the place by
the same name returned to her home
yesterday She has been spending the
iast several days here visiting her
mother and sister. Meadames Johnson
and Blalley of North Gainesville.
A card from Dr J. M. Farr. who I1,
pending a few days at Cedar Ke'>
aith Dr Ke'ppel and othera.. states
that the latter gentleman "landed" a
tel-l pound lais Thur-da) I)r Farr
ailso ftatt-e that the fishinli is better
at Ctedar Kt.- this I-anoit than for

C'ra ford & Da ia ha.\' juit re-<'ii-
e*' a hdiiAdr i"eI- fuiie-ral f'ar from Jan
('lllllllClill ll & ('t Co of It, lit-ati.-I N
Y 'I hi t. ll has a uniiloaded e l-ter-
dela iand li b itn- of tihe haliidm4uo e" nt ~aid
Iunoht Ia14dl. rn uIi1.SiufAi ttire-d 'Thin firsi
i. ..r.,e- ( r-dit f( r Hitlridluc-lii *e
hit iA, of thil- grstde intO ( ll ,t '
F' ruiti' i' tsit I do noit l I ha dl
lit a.p tr4-l., fruit Iiut thel It-cI ItI
I, l.ll. i, I ", lo .I I ( ,4l el i o( 11 ull >o
'*1 Ilig. I t i t .lll"n 1, Ii tA li ll J i U
I I ,t. .. T I l to f %.4I t !o 4 l % I o fe
I ,it e i .' lt i .t 1. I .11I I ir frie
.at i loa A .i 4'. h a1- .-,- I, 1 I 'ti
S i.(i N d i i r 1 l' N&
L114,441 r~itthk


I)r il C iI'lll s io f Iitgih Ploring
a* a a lisitor to (aiti,1' ill. -)' t,rday
J. an Fdward% of Alachua wap
.1: i. I'g li., \!itors to the' cit. .e, ster.

Strawlm-ii, ('i ll) 2.. re'mit a quart
it .\ (*',) lopdisite the' FIllt Na-
op: al l;.A.k
W W. I'ruce of Falrbanks is among
:h+. iviltor-4 to the city and while here
ti the guest of his son. W. R. Itruce.
We all like pleasure and amusement
that's the reason we go to see the
movingg pictures at the Electric Thea-
tre.
Deputy Sheriff Bruton left yester-
lay for D'annellon. where be went to
arry a convict to the camps of Rawls
t Co.
the I.linesville National Bank has
i new advertisement In this assue to
which the attention of our readers
.s directed.
J. S. Hague. a farmer and prominent
citizen of the Hague section, was
greeting his numerous friends In the
city yesterday.
J. L D. Houston of Mikesville was
In the city Friday. having come down
on a business trip and Incidentally to
take in the Bible Conference.
Mrs. H. A. Fisher of North Gaines-
ville. who has been spending some
time visiting in South Florida, re-
turned to her home here yesterday.
A. L Bryan. elaim adjuster of the
A. C. L. railway, arrived in the city
yesterday and will be here today on
busalness connected with hiMs depart-
ment.
The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers co
mined-in fact, they "start" most of
the business that the brokers and
agents finish.


into pneumonia after Foley's Honey
and Tar has been taken, as it cures
the most obsenate deep-eated coughs
and colds. Why take anything l,'
J. W. McCollum & Co


First


J40~i. M iAI. ria, I r-'-
I I~i.ar'l, '.. .s I'v'-.


CROWDS INCREASING

AT MILE CONFERENCE

eISHOP MORRISON WILL AGAIN
SE WITH THE WORKERS.

The Music is Proving An Interesting
Feature Under Leadership of
Prefs. Hall & Mack.

The meetings of the Iilble Conference
till continue to grow in interest and
large crowds are attending regularly
now at each meeting. The study is
proving unusually Interesting along all
subjects.
The singing by Profs. Hall and Mack
is also proving a valuable feature of
the meetings, and it is a real treat to
go and enjoy the mute as well as the
Interesting addresses.
Mr. Gulle's theme at the Bible our
yesterday morning was "Sonship" and
he handled it with the same thorough
I aa ad depth of spiituality which
have eharncterlaed hig previous -
dresses. No one can listen to Mr.
Guille without being Impressed by his
wonderful tamilarity with the text of
Holy Scripture, which tamillarity is
the self-evident source of Wis power to
interpret it.
The exhibit of Sunday school male-
rial was continued during the morning
session, and, as on the previous day,
attracted great numbers of Interesed
observers, all of whom felt that this
exhibit was not the least part of the
extremely helpful and practical work
that Mr. LaUderbarn has done along
Sunday school lines during his brief
4tay.
In the afternoon Dr. Phillip made
one of his characteristic addresses on
the "Modern Model Sunday School."
He discussed the control. orgasBWtke.
equipment. Instruction, worship and
methods and outlined a system that,
as he sat&. would enable any school
to get of the merry-go-round and on
the through express.
In the evening his subject was
"Lhrist, the Model Teacher," and he
again carried his audience with him
In an address that wonderfully com-
bined the deepest spirituality with the
most practical and helpful sagew
tions for every sort of Sunday sebool
worker.
This morning Mr. Guile will costia-
na his Bible study at 1 o'eloek. At
half-past three Bishop Morrison will
preach and the Ganesville public will
be delighted to learn that he will also
be heard on Sunday night and Monday
afternoon.
Tonight Rev. Samuel M. Smith, D.
D.. pastor of the FIrst Presbyterian
church of Columbia. S. C.. will preach
the fir't of a series of three sermons.
He is one of the most eloquent and
spiritually minded preachers In the
South and his sermons will be among
the best of the many good things
presented at this conference.

AnmoesemeMt.
W,- have Just added to our Livery
Department a complete Funeral Equip
meant and are now In a position to
handle your funeral business.
To the ... t white death occurring
in the city we will furnish our new
funeral car FREE OF CHARGE, pro-
viding the balance of the turnouts are
furnished by us.
Thanking our patrons for all busl-
ness in the past, and soliclting a con-
tinud increase, we are yours.
CRAWFORD f DAVIS

There is no case oa record of a
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