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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 31, 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: VID01563
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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S-mas weat to etmt, the birds
t "ir- sm In the tMes mad
bouas wase h ly bMuferst. cit
-aMe pauem were gatly alarmed.
to eies tetk en a greelnsh hbe
id a the tmds b e to wrl angrily
far overhead. The observer at the
Weshr 11mrsom s AAgnast had a
eiw mempe as the windstorm.
um e as lteus, pMasmed over the
ALA. At e time people lI the east-
ae past P the city heard a roaring
adme that greatit added to their

Til m*diamumo veleeity recorded
eetily was 13 miles per beeour. Later
In T day the me ease eat and Itful
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ATIANTA, Jam. n nly tw is e In
the weaber Otory of Atlant has teUm
wind igd at a hlber veloci th am

TOe hit r It Mwas blewigs a.
Smue the atmrets and t
llwns- ole"a d ome o d f sky
SW eJ- A vi-ent i Kbseme
ant ma that msera u's
wme btoe aat the Fieesta letel.
t temperam Idropping and4
W liy M ,nd .m retur ag. -The
weather tesetr has promised aS-
g Oit "st W t, flem Ag weather
beare inig. Ne cOualIke have
4t beiP moledL The Westerna U-
leam has been smeay bpa~ped by
wire t-F ,1 1

ls raftesF Pe That Surems a HNemO.
AXMWICU. o.. Jan. 3.-Thbe hand-
me Lee st reet residem ol Mrs.
Mry R.L Johnsoe was practically de.
aoyred this afternoon by Ire whikb
for an hear baWed *brts of the Aem

The binse originated is the roof.
and assumed by a gale threatened the
deusreain of other buildings in the
residemse seeti tof Americs. Two
ethers were i isilmeat danger, but
wre saved by hared eort.
Puara te and sme effeets were re-
mewed Mm the Johnsomnresience.
There was tIerance of 4SU, which
enly partially Covers the loss.

PeuUib Wall e PFire Advanoes.
MOIA Als.. Jan. 30.-The saw-
Si plat of the Alabama Lumber


Weather Looked


In This Section Today


r, i 1 iam wthe truekera of
I l~md V68 1 were busy
o Mesemted cold wave
,Iow a l hi to arrive this
fnU i" ad mm taha -owthe
wisoid a low as

a mbb tmhat eM beaded were
40 OB~rda, Si&e alS Ud4ker let
on& ma y of the brmers euvered
4 kr eabbag. i the event the CaM
WM proe as severe a& predicted
A Imurt storm is rasI laI the
Wios States. and is msae placid.
Ow 1 arne blkd. hbut the act
l- thIe Mid wind is rtght fru mhere
O es os of oe very bad weather

S es m ssaeed ben Wasablat by
MM s e e amlahis wasM to the


efect that the cold would reach as
far South as the S3th paralell. which
is two degrees below Tampa. and the
message further stated that it would
probably frost along th Gulf Coust
as far South as Jupiter All agents
alone their line were Instructed to
notify the growers
In talking with many of the lead
iag growers here Baturday they all
contended that the peach vrop would
be destroyed, besides tht. cabbage-
erop would be cos pletely iped out.
but this is uony a matt-r of suppool
tika and the exact daijuagr be asc.tw liid~ uiill after the rold l aa
pSasd and thle.- run eas tlu to thaw
out the eKtglabltl., lshah will t-
Monday at til .-t ., 6 1 ui"t St ''
to think th. A .,A4th r a ll lt Ilor
sevver uobn uuday sight


LORIDA, SUNIPAY, JANUARY 31, 1909 TEN CENTI A


my aN I BIBLE CONFERENCE
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BLACKSHiAR. aO, Jan. 30-Wll-
bur P. Ooodwin. telegraph operator at
Oferma, met a trgle death at the 8M
mIle poet near bher early yetery
mornbag. It Ins supposed Goodwin at-
tempted to board a pammaer train la
order to eseape the clutehee Of the law
add in me way Ml under the
wheels.
Ris body was horribly manled and
the appimeI o the seek at Brat led
to the upMlelo tat hMs throat had
been eat and the body thrown on the
track. but after canreul itnvestlatlo
the coromr's Jury decided that his
death was due to his e*orts to board
a rapidly moving trial.
A few days ao Gooodwin went bunt-
ln. It is said while i an Intoxicated
conditUon and for smme fancied affroat
drew his pistol and threatened to
shoot a woman ot the neighborhood.
A warrant was swaor out for his ar-
rest ea this account and Thursday
nlght Sheti Tutoe west to Offerman
and arrested him. The sheriff retura-
ed with his prisoner and carried him
to Jail. Goodwill asked the aberiff
not to lock him in a cell. saying that
he would give bond next morning and
would give no trouble. The sheriff
consented and put his prisoner to bed
in his oSee.
During the alght the sherifrs wife
was aroused by a nolse and called to
her husband. who quickly arosoe and
harried to his office to And his prison-
or gme. After leaving Jail Goodwin
evidetly walked to the 8-mile post.
two Miles wet of here where there
is a ddMng and water tank, and there
attempted to board the traein which
kIftd hbi.
His watch was found in his poeiet.
Mad It had stopped at 4:41. which in-
diated that the train scheduled to
pass that point at 4:45. killed him.
His bedy has been embalmed by a
loeal undertaker and will be shipped
to his el home ear Covinton. Va.
I -
Company, three miles north of the
city. was totally destroyed by Are this
afternoon, entailing a loss uf $73.000
on the plant and $15,000 on lumber.
with mo insurance.
PanMed by a westerly gale blowing
thirty-live miles an hour. there is a
solid wall of Are advancing eastward
across the marshes. four miles wide.
endangering the homes of many truck
gardeners.

MICANOPY NOTICE

(By J. D. Watkins.)


MICANOPY. Ia.., Jan. 30.-The
John H. Sparks Show Company gave
two performances here Monday after-
noon and at aight There was a good
crowd present at each performance.
They left here for Lake Butler.
.\Sies Nellie Reeves spent a few days
re. ently visiting Mrs. J W Chamber-
Its of, Tacoma.
Dr Wallace and wife of Young&-
towns. Ohio. are stopping at the Tusca-
willa Hotel for a few days.
.i. ue1 i Feaster invited a few
tf li. r Irisid. tu ta fish fr) ou n Tusca-
S'Is l.itk- Ai usual. when Mrs.
F aster 1. hostess, all had a t ood
t 4.
'Thr-te charnailtg young ladies are.
biiitlall Mrs J II. iuoutoli for a
few days Miss Maggie Slmnosi, and
Mhi lic-i'i l'lNor of Maitljind. anid
Mi Itul1te it.' of Orlando The-y
11 Io. *i Jall) .arts whetrever tl:. KO
Aiulr, 4inislh ,of Arch. r s' lit a
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EKeehg-Iarge Cris PeiteWh winte


Notwithstandin the fall of the
temperature and the high. guaty
winds, which made the conditions
rather unfavorable Saturday, the ex-
ercetes at the FlorNd Winter Bible
Conference, morning, afternoon and
lmght were well attended, and those
who were present felt well repaid for
being there. It was a glorious day for
the cause. and It seemed that those
who had the determination to face
the weather conditions felt greatly re-
warded for their efforts in behalf of
a more moral and refined condition
from a Christian standpoint.
Mr. GuIlle. who is conducting the
Bible study in the morning. was at
his best upon this occasion. and what
he had to say %as received with the
deepest Interest. Mr. Guilie is pom-
,s.ted of the proper spiritualistic
p' )r r. and has work here has proven
volideiful in ihe development of the
Chrit iaii n viid froimi i.l sources. He
is a 1ible r, 1. ,, '. ;Le- old ( l A i. d
has erer r::|.h ,roj r..r t;'.t..
lated to .c!,rn mind.
For tU: r t time i: i the .six yer
that the i',le. (Conf-rence hasl I't
in exlistpt the t- rice* of Rev 8.in
uel l. Nulth. D. D.. pastor of the
First I'relb)terian church of Co!un*
bto 4 t' have ,be.n secrmed D)r
Sni ttl it. oe of the motst gittd d
vi.e* .f the South. and re cs i. d a
serie.) of three sermoni In the ,.'enlag.
Dr. Salnti' proved highly Inuteresting
to the good aldielce Aho listened to
him. and It is safe to say that he
will be welcomed here during his
series, which will end with a vote of
thanks by the Christian workers of
the Conference and the community.
The afternoon service was full of In-
terest. and was largely attended, con-
sidering the adverse weather condl-


place. They have with them the
Armstrong family, who have been
here before. The Armstrongs always
pleased their audience.
Mr Ford. wife and daughter, Miss
Lucy. are visiting Mrs. Sue Feaster
for a few weeks.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson has returned
bome from a visit to relatives at St
Petersburg.
Mrs. J. C. Mathers and daughter,
Mrs H. H. Simpson, went to High
Springs Tuesday. Mrs. M. P. Bum-
mers. daughter of Mrs Mathers. is
quite Ill We hope they found her bet-
ter.
Micanopy can now supply the cab-
bage growers with crates. W. D. Hob-
bitt and the Melton Lumber Company
are both sawing crates If nothing


tkio. Many of the ladles kat
domestic duties behind to take Ia
age of the opportunity to hear
Morrison. of the Methodist Blisew
Church. South. who delivered a I.
eloquent discourse on "The Mlah-
of offering." Bishop Morri se h
always been regarded as oae of
most eloquent divines in the a
and his work has been gray tly
elated and highly elective whi-o
he has consented to preach. oe k
man possessed of the highest togi.
full of spiritual power, and never eL
to make an Impression. His srimat
the opening of the Conference we s
masterpiece, and the patrons of ft.
Conference feel grateful that he -o
consented. at a great lnconvesMsM bto
himself and his official duties. to er
turn for the next two or three 4i
While. ItShop Morrison is deep, h
at th. .a..n' tirne luterestiag. I
what he haq to say goes down la td
bearts of deep-thlnking people.
The program for today will be u
follow ws:
S'rear-hina at 3 p. m. by Rev. Or. &'
". Smith. preaching at 7:30 by Uluh|
1I C. Morrison.
A special feature of each m*ea
I be the song service. conducted 1
,I@. irs. Hall and Mack
The feature of Monday evni
program will be the soag Mervi,
which will be conducted under dI1e
tion of Profs. Hall and Mack of Plo
delphia. They are among the le"i
in their profession. which is as 1
surance that the Bible ConfereNse 6
receiving the best service In that 1
in the country. These gentlemnIea
assisted by a choir of more thas -M
a hundred voces,. composed of the
vocal taletit in this action of
country

happens there will be a big
for crates soon, as there is a 5I
cabbage crop this year.
The Southern Bell Telephone CW
pany has a farmers line runnmi s
Wacahouta connected with the
change here
I


Happily Married.
Judge J. A. Carlisle was called MW
Saturday night and performli *
ceremony which made Mr Cha I1
vatt and Miss Rhoda (;atlitsn a
-. af,


The event occurred at the Ub
home and was titnesse d by sI
number of friends ljoth have
here for sonfe tinew anid have S -
nunilmr of friends a ho wish t
happiness along their nairried tI
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With Hardening Tende


SAVANNAH, G, a. Ja:t'11)Thu
unarke-t stapts b.#-.*c, h.iiatith a h..ia anit.
i leg I *-I I c loset% tI .11 ?e-t11 11 g -adc I h -, t
edemrlaand ila(h. up, tail l- %%4-4-ok 1[I

atied ut tile. I., %%,ier~ tll t.e
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leewA r Igriace s a heich at re- leet li e F


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Which kisses only smother;
Nobody pained by naughty blows.
Nobody only mother.
Nobody knows of the sleepless cart-
Bestowed as baby brother;
Nobody knows of the tender prayer.
Nobody---aly mother.
Nobody knows of the lessons taught
Of loving ome another.
Nobody knows of thj patience sought,
Nobody-only mother.
Nobody knows of the analous fear.,
Lest darAuas may not weather
The storm of life in after )ears.
Nobody knows- -but mother
Nobody kneels at the throne albo>e-
To thank the Hea'enly Father
For that sweetest gift -a wmothe.r.
love,
Nobod) can-but mother
Mrs Yu4-uIJ iau. aa lt'tid iis iise r
laMitng by Mafa Ir'llnr) ir a stind
Mrs Paluiar and aft. r the Igiai~nA1
'a& fllnl-it'-J i there gul'tla w i' 11' %i d
t( the diloing rxim, a h re' cli h olat.
Iw le and f.aIic) .tk.-. au rtL er < ,,,


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1141p b M a1 a eem1t "We. a b
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- hdl wt woM Mt be ha r to Met

Ows be ae t bum oe ar. wM r.
sse 1 It s w se eam@we
Ia Vebt eIla. a te peam wa.
haW av sp w eo am mu her as

I m I egorry smeed to
Slls saoa ai SLh afteraseo
pggamN wIn d lehrge of Mrs
SVI -- f the vet r bee
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le -me T was Opened with a
Syhr to to aftr which rs.
POWmr. Tm iarsm was as

^i... ae_ whis was -,ie
IV a -m wa s s MWs m sc s.
lemS W-Wt MoIbe r Are Do.
Ir--m1 n ook .
S.momof k wis muses was

s mm what is to be te fLture
me m-a--MVe rty, vr swet-
I mnlEd as this ntte lady t well
edvesesi is music.
.... _- "- Mrs Ean
't MM till tomOow to do any
IMI tia or ay owem dty. Do it
Plam se-lsabel. Padgett. This
Ittlo is dos erea to bherMlf and
SBon Wier.r.
segitatisa-Misa Dell Sttdler.
MNrywm Io dSeldto to Ibe Miss
dlar, sad it Isa severallt g source
of please. tie yMros dy helas an
artlIt it her IM e o work. she al-
ways reeves a hearty Seaore.
The feewlal topics were then
1. "How may a mother make sure
that ber chlma torama right
.Id wise lft'smd&sbhg-Mrs. T. P.
L. "Why absh amusement be a
ftin e9eg paeso r Yoag people!'
-u1. M W. S .
&. "What in the edatlomal value
of mur u mra. N3iiom.
4 "Whby soald the home be made
a Sem s of happloe far young pe*-
Se---Mrs. L haorm.
5. "Why is ft ea mary tothe well
being of a family that the mother
have the aselty of making her chil-
dres's frleds comfortable and hap-
wrY-M. Webster.
&. "What Iauesce has the social
Ufe of the home oe the after life of
boys aud grlis'-Mrs. Ployd.
7. "Amramlldlvweulo a swaateof
time to the mother, or do they brigh-
tea aad aNspire her for her bome da-
?"a-Mrs. J. Patceh.
5. "Why is it that the ood old-
hebhiemd family gtherlsgs have
saeh pleasant sad tender memories?"
-Mrs. Dot.
The llbowh la n entitled "No-
body Knows But Mother," were also
read by Mrs. Patch:
Nobody kaows of the work It makes,
To kelp the home together;
Nobody kowsa of the steps It takes.
Nobody knows-but mother.
SNobody listems to ehlldish woes


BEAUTIFUL


BUILDING


TO BE SOLD AT-


LOTS


AUCTION

y, February 3rd, at 2 P. .


A GALA DAY FOR EVERYBODY !
Lots situated on high bluff above the celebrated Springs; wide avenues and streets
in a fine old grove of oak and cypress. Real estate bought here is bound to en.
hance in value, and as a summer home site is unsurpassed. We want you to at.
tend this sale, for we will introduce an entirely new and novel method of selling,
and you will also profit by securing some of the $1N.N Wal rd Vsiml hFM
ad -A MiUL8=1ITFM

Mlim Ffs Idik 1 M LIt Prchws. I kBass Mi Cm
TERMS--I- CASH, BALANCE IN 6, 12 AND 18 MONTHS


utern Realty and Auction Company....


palate hearts seemed to come closer
together and all present were filled
with the Joy of good fellowship.
LINEN" SHOWER.
Receptien in Henor of Miss Jolly by
Mr. ChNe. Marks.
WALDO., la.. Jan. 30.--One of the
loveliest affair that has ever been
given In Waldo was a linen shower
given by Mrs. Chas. Alfred Marks at
her home Thursday for Miss Ethel
Jolly. who is to be married to Mr.
William B. Harvard on next Thurs-
lay.
Invltatlons were issued to only the
Intimate friends of the bride-elect. In
the receiving line were Mrs. Chas.
Alfred Marks. Miss Ethel Jolly. Miss
Ira Sis1, a guest of Mrs. Marks. and
Mrs. Andrew Jolly. The bride-elect
was charming in an old rose gown
with embroidered net.
The linen was showered from a
beautiful wedding bell and the ribbons
pulled by Charles Alfred Marks. Jr..
mnd although a baby be has proven
almself an excellent entertainer
The sitting-room was artisticall)
decorated in p-Alms. ferns and cut
powers, the color scheme In the din-
ing-room being green and yellow of
yellow Jassimine and ferns. Dainty
and delicious refreshments were serv-
ed by Misses Emma Entensa and
Lthel Boring. Many lovely pieces of
linen were received, showing how
much Miss Jolly is loved and ad-
mired in Waldo.


THE MORNING CUP OF PLEASUn.9
W~~II I;.tI* 1'W-till'(if coffee IthAI va is.ade'
fr~n *-'r.- eui.-ttely flavore-d !.!cha
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DEBTS COLLECTED
ANYWHERE
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AMUSEMENTS


COMI NG ATTRACTIONS


New Baird Theatre.
Modain. F'b. h-"IfffMi"y I fi1dUi
i' Xeru York "
Electric Theatre.
Nes .1Mn'ey PIftures, earh oftiern, fo
,d, ,t'g ., rxcc-p Sunday.
Electric Theatre.
The late terrible earthquake In
Sicily. destroying the face of the
country and sending thousands to an
untimely death, will soon be seen in
moving pictures and in due course
these will reach Gainesville to be
,een at the Electric Theatre. The
pictures now being exhibited are the
latest products of the manufacturers
and every subject is a new one, Inter-
isting to all.
Owing to Installing more comf;)rt-
able seats and the carrying away of
the chairs formerly used. an idea
crept into the minds of some that the
Electric Theatre was going to close.
To dispel this. the management de-
sires it stated that this popular place
of amusement will continue and im-
prove. If possible. with each week.


HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
. e
The average daily attendance of
the Gainevivlle Graded and 111gh
School for the month Just closed was
nearly four hundred and nineteen
This average is about ninety per cent
01 the tinrollmet. notwithstanding
the fact that twenty or more of thoM-
enrolled are not in attedal'nce.
Two l.utidred and fort) three- pu
plhs wer., neither ab.4-nt nor tard)
during thet month A mnuh larger
Inuimer Inever mibuied a re-citation
Thobe taking the t4Undard manK
ilie', s-ic(h Thrile HIet. ew of lie-
v lt.a Forum. Ceintur. ()utIlhMk.
Scientific An 'ericlite .t:ild o forth. will
ri)tfr r a favor .. itI- -scho l hi\ do
ing llllK their to Ihe- e hK4.Itl II
brary Th. .- hs< .>I tcan us-. thin to
i~,Hod ad it., If, t l r.ular. trit l on rf
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III nol fiorg. t I, i%,,to faor the '-( liool
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and


Terms


to


Suit


Gnesville Furniture'


rem WIUSMu a. --.


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WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

Florida's Famous Resort


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESMILLB, FLRIDA, JANUARY St, 1909


gTRIOKLANO POLL-
VOTI SATURDAY.

- Received Good Vet
D p ay.-wPae NOw at
& Tea sh's Seo.

ws another banner day
eotest. Miss Florrie
ageivitag the largest vote
edtdate,. her vote be-
ure than that for Miss
The latter is again In
Sowever. having 5.305 more
Otlerite Halle.
is mow to be seen at the
g40 & Tench, where it is
by all.
Sof the contestants is


2 31its, city .......
ON Halle, city...
P& Dapree. city....
Strickland ......
sghtrey. city.....


McCormick. city...
Dicklnson, city...
mnaell, city..... ..
O t Newberry ........
arter, city........
Brans, city .......
bacheL eity.....
dwklmad, Waldo .....
B0 ville ..........
BMal, city....... .
Hudson, city ......
High Springs. ...
Omton. Micanopy ....
Obeppard, Bell ...
Lambert. city .....
Staff, Waldo ......
Thigpin. city .......
Mders, Hawthorn ....
S W. armgent ...........
L. aimandex. city ......
** Albright ...........
i MIxon, city ........


.403,640
. 399,.335
.364,045

5' 15. 354)


69,130
50.1557
40,455,
37.910
36,.940
2M.035
22.775
20.540
15.370
13.795
10.785
9.790
4.975
4.905
4.1h5
3.570
2.790
2,150
2. 16.5
2.1 .5'
2.0SO
105o


I a


I r


(erln Combination Noz-
zles, Sunshine L a w n
Sprinklers and several oth-
er styles we will be glad to
show you.


-D HARDWARE CL

.W 7



SANITARIUM NOTES

The extensive improvements which


Imlor


* A"AIN IN THE LEAD. such
Inte-
af- ills is Proving a Good the
Sfor Organization. on t
*E* Galaneville Band boys ng
It
It la selecting M ls Dorian.
ja 0ir candidate to repre-seunt t,


So Barkhim piano contest is
Me way in which she works
O. In the lead. She has
Imiadome vote the past week
MI that organization again in
Oi O the piano.
Ikm that you cast your votes.
iO tIUckets we give out is
I E leto they ar- voted
O4 proper time they are
*i ~, so don't be among the


ISis way.
is the count:
It Mils (the band ..
I* &M .................


I ... ..... ....
Bev lle ....... ....
b bug, Newberry.....
& W. Jackison.........
L? ^ andex..........
4mCvOa ...............

I f ]-Hudson ...........


63 .034)
60,2150
311.61-1

3.410




12?5
1001


S L J II'RKI1M

Announcement.
SIeV Just added to our Liher)
Mit a complete Funeral Equipi-
lBed are now in a po.-ltiotu to
lb M' funeral business.
Os urst white. death o, currinig
S*t ae st- ill furiilh o>ir new
Mer PiREE OF) t'liAAIt; K pro
Shala'nce of thmi turii*i- ar,.
g by us
61 iouir patr t*b*s past. amid slie itiag a c(1 l
W i at. we aie, iiur .


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The Sun Pays.

I W ii tba s 6

41 "f sasi tfl 11''.414 I .i I
pl)our ,.


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%ftCUltED IN 6 TO I,
41W dLNrMEN la 14 'i ~~ '
C4.e of i1-- I. I


work
vicin
hope


present management expect to ef-
In the Sanitarium art. now under
and will lw continued through
coming summer. The repairs and
roements will be carried out In
a way. If possible. so as not to
rfe-re with the regular work of
Sanitarium \Worknien are now
he building thoroughly overhaul-
and repainting it.
has bet-n noted with much re-
that the street committee of the
council has stopped the street
k which had been begun in the
ity of the Sanitarium. It is
d that this work will bet resumed


Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sodan of Louis-
ville. Ky., who have a sick daughter
at the Sanitarium. have been frequent
Sisitort during the past week.
S i. McKinnon. the well-known
luir|.lntine' olperator of Itronson. re-
mains at the Sanitarium with an at-
tack of continued feter,
11 E. Iewis. who is suffering with
fever. is not yet convalescent, and his
attending phyt-ician thinks It will Ibe a
wee-k or tao longer before he will be
able to leave the Sanitarium.
J. (1 iheville of Arredondo. well-
known in (Gaineslle, is being treat-
ed this week at the Sanitarium.
J. S .Davidson of Port Inglis has
recovered and left for his home Sat-
urday.

AUCTION SALE OF LOTS.

Worthington Springs Building Lots
Now Being Offered.


fly' re'ft're-nce to the- ad~ ertip.-iaaema11t
ahich appjears4 *-lu''A ait-re r i ima v'
sullit sii ll Imes-- 'e its tht t he' goutlhe-rat
He-alt) and An t ipn (Co a all IL&e -*'
,.ra I do~I jabid.' 1buiding lut~s at auc Iion
mil lit %t w* eiiteel %
I Ii 'lfi rita haito .e e itu d a banad auac
a,,1.-4) t I. % ait 11 ~ r'A %a aill 11t )It.
fir- 'iit) c all atite unhL a .I att and Ilit*
lot id tL, r gi I i t-ad f rv I I I, i


.& d c iI it a aa t i. L ~
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CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE "
( ) i 1 t 1 l 1 1. | 'c 'h .! I '
,r d 1 .1
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MEWS f Cn A

~coKND


IU


GARDE


relatives in Dothan, Ala.
who accompanied him, will
a later date.


His wife
return at


Wilson's "little store with the big
stack" announces another big week of
the removal sale whb!ch they a53 con-
ducting before making the move to
their new quarters. They are making
twpelilly low prices and parties
would do well to anticipate their
ni eds and secure some rare bargains
from the sale which is now going on.
Attention is directed to the formal
announcement of Ben. T. Arnow, can-
didate for re-election to the important
polition of city marshal for the com-
ing year. Mr. Arnow ha wrved the
city faithfully and efficiently In this
capacity for the past year, and it may
be truthfully said that no officer has


ever mad
now asks
another t


To the V
%ille:
I am a
for re-elk
served th
ciently, n
is oien f
If my s
hap been
port and


lb h~ old"ham& .u .w an

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k 6 m for n umw m m muien

forropmMS k b raft od nn

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hd OMWinib uoddft-wmemo&We


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Mrs. C. A. Martas ad Miss la
ilk. who to visitia her. were amass
the shoppers visiting the city yester-
day.
Mrs. J. A. Goodwin left yesterday for
Newport News, where she will spend
some time visiting her mother. Mrs.
Arthur Carnell.
W. i. Carter. formerly of this city
but who is now living at High Springs,
was greetJn his numerous friends in
the city yesterday. He was formerly
connected with the 0. &. G.
Prof. D. L. Guy of the LaCrosse
school was a visitor to this city yester-
day. He is originally from South
Carolina. but is well pleased with .
what he has seen of this State.
A. B. McClenny of Cadillac was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He
was very much afraid of the threat-
ening cold weather and returned to
That place to look after hls extensive
peach orchard interests.
Dr. W. F. Yocum left yesterday
for his orange grove in Polk county
and will remain there until after the
threatened cold wave passes. He Is
prepared to start fires in his grove
should the condition warrant.
Mrs. H. A. Fisher has returned from
lobwell, Ind.. where she was called
on account of the death of her father.
Mr. Chas. Fix. aged 89 years. Mrs.
Fisher's many friends deeply sympa-
thize with her in the loss of her dear
parent.
L N. Hansell, one of the *eilest
dispatchers in the Coast Une offices
in this city. returned home yesterday
from a visit of a couple of weeks to r


Bank


GAINEW-YIU, FLA.


OWIP500.0 rlu P,1.v74

W. R. THOMAS, FPuaddt 0. K. B300KU3la ro Y
I D. TUZRY, asr W. ~. TATLO 9, U YlmmP


H. F. Duatto, J. (G. Nlebob, J. A. Mauhist, M. Vsm,#. 3.ThM%
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THE HAT III
20WEST FORSYTH -ST., JACKBONVILLK FL.
I---


TM W Mii are t
and Gents' Furnishings are Earpehtly Soletitd.


fe a better record. Mr. Ar-
the support of the people for


For Marshal. THE
others of the City of Gaines-

candidate for City Marshal,.
-ction on April 13. I have
ie people faithfully and efl- A fI w M M R1
eight and day, and my record
or inspection. Steam Heat, Ga
service during the past year Locate
satisfactory I ask the sup- w. W K1. l
vote of each and every citi-


zen who is qualified. I can
promise the same service as I
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order,
lIHEN T. ARNO

For City Marshal.
I respectfully announce myse
candidate for the office of City
shal. to be voted for at the ele
on April 13. 19U9. If elected I
faithfully discharge the duties of
office without fear or favor.
spectfully solicit the votes of al
rep-iectie of party affiliation.
ClAS. M. DEI


FHITE


HOOSE


s and Electric Lights. Oetrally
ed. Service Guaranteod.
pLLLM. M


only
have g9TM & JORDAN. W. o. M


w. JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE
Mar PORTER Bi OCK GAINQILLA M
action
w"ll Fire, Life and Accident ,.*ma ,
f the
II EU


I!, ir


Fever Sorea.
Fe t.er bores and old chronic soree.
blahiuld not be' he'aled entirely, but
hliould be kept In healthy condition.
I hi a (can ie done lby applying Chamber-
laa S' Haike. This salve has no su-
Sper ror for this purploo-" It is al.co
Ii'an t \( l<* li at fl tia;l |.' d h.ai d- - iilpllh bur, ai i l dli-, .-*. (of *Iih
S.ii For r',!. ~h all eruggii ta.

I:*..a- t alt a o Imure re al e.-tat,
I ::. thli.i all 41 'hi r Lrkers criiom
,i. in f.%4 t i t "; tjrt ii.,,-t of
1"'1 I aii s tt. *t t) w L tAk T m
t I- i. i t a t 1 1 ak r a a


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"The


Fire Company


Arrived


Too Late to Save the House"


I- a familiar item in
tlithe nie papers. This
,Iaulc lbe a warning to
tlit" Who lhavte pro-
cr;tntilnat.el not to take
p outit II jlil 'y \ I,,'l it is
tn, lati., ,i that the


it '-I


SA. CUSHMAN, Agent,


il Itataayour
[be lii"Was
lea I ino ilur-
4)ftheIlkh.!.t


C;*.-fS iile


The


HOSE


All grades in canvas,
pain rubber and wire-
bound howe.
Now is the time your
lawn needs sprinkling, and
your garden needs water.


DON'T DELAY-


NOW!!!!'


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ilagllli Ces-aue Setuling Co.


This "M tt
thhafth
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M tVow l I the To m
kl It t di mt aleet
Sm a d scoeept a

' UaiUEah -i-Imm need to
that It w
sd d |l adl t h@I To inl


61F -- ou" am comfort.
^ one's dal
the sky I
whk-h w
hlnr br

if the do
a plMaeat aetilsld to this eos. bright. a
INiNyl. dash of
NM. Mode Matort ad daughter, not deltn
Mll. .L tmapson ef leansopy. are d Allth
vittlbag Mrs. N. P. Summers. Her Ing with
may MfnId will be glad to knowthe wret
ItA Mrs. Ilmers i recovering and snow
ern her lgs spel eof llehs. as dictat
IP. P. Wood o Tampa is to town fow. wh
Ifts wf t visit"ghis toly. diatribtes
TypMld oeer has made iUts dread- fore?
ed4 ppean In town aa, and has the plan
albrdy claimed ome vietU. little weather.
JhMe ACaoueLt His sister. Heles. fighting
in ~ brg wlt k It to Waycros.s eatly It
wre she west to atteaed the burial L. La1
St her b ther. Liter Barnes, the
ara sm of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes.
ebst agent for the A. C. L.. is also Coadsi
erilag from this fever, sad Cora, a eMhild
ti Mttle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. re think
C. C. Marwell, s criteally Mll with IL t's not.
Dr. Tammer, who moved to Savan. for pls
Mab &m High 8prigs last year, has ny" can'
raturied aad says that the opportuni- W the's
tdu for making money are better chaeiesa
ee tSana it Georgla. which kl
the time.
It. actio.
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. W. M. Jo

Olvie Servilee Will oe Held at All
Plees ef Werda0 "31y de
I "my h-m
I glow bev 66M I at the Yon resilt'
varlvae chrhese of the city today as lo p lett
$lows: was the i
irst Preabytrlsa Chwe. Rev. T. er full of
P. May-10:30 a. n., moralag service; I subt: Oar High Priest;" 3 p. a.
bbb sheel; i sses topli: "*The y
TrW of Peter and Jobs." Offeringl e old
r home mission choobt. No evening is the a
service.
PM t Baptist Cbhuk. Rev. B. other
Saars-Saday ashel 9:30 a. Mi.;
preachig 10:3 a. U.; Juniora anomk s Fe.4
S:M; Seeor Union 6:16. No evening I
serve. Cae s
Prt Methodist Cburch. Rev. P. R.
r- .day s... school 9:30 a. im.;
preaca ag 10:46 a. m. No evening All aU
service. Prof. Hall of Philadelphia and so tl
wi lBe at S-day school this morning the that,
sad will conduct the song service. meant oft
everybody is cordially invited to at- err N
td any enjoy the lingtn. You wc
Advent Christian Church, Elder J. Kidney F
T. Jocaaosf-Preachlng at 11 m kidney o
saubet: "Spiritual ftresgth." Bun- e
day school at 10 a. m. No evenin Briglht's (
service. Kidney
Holy Trinity Church. Rev. F. H. ties and
Cralghlll-Fmourth Bunday after the diasorders
Eplphasy. Holy Communion 7 a. m.:
morning prayer and sermon '0:30 a "Is gen
m.; Sunday school 3 p m The eten taking ia
tag service will be omitted on ac count ..No." *
of the meeting of the Bible Conia .. !t e11
nee The rector desires to talte that ltg."-lou


the furnace has been going full blast
aince Saturday afternoon. and the A
church will bet comfortable at all AEver
lnteed of .
ervieeo, no matter how low the ex- 1 ,.ieerxe
tetral temperature may be. I. donle
St. Patrick ('Catholic Church 1.1- i l'arryv
P. J. Lyuch-Mans mill be h.ld at 1, anld brui,
fer the- ai
a. mi. l kOutiita of thil Holy lR oar) at iI )
4 p ar ii.-t ii
heIl- i( ti.
Too Much Face. iul .rt I.
Ii u.i' You feel as If you had one fact oo if I.n i
many when you have neuralgia. don't i, bt oil
you? Bave the face -)ou Wa.y lnt'd flla" iis ,
It, but get rid of the neuralgia L)
applying Itallard' S now Lluitrmint ,
Finest thing in the world for rha u
matism, neuralgia. burns, cuts. u<-:l b
lame back and all ipalu Sold by W |
I. Juhnauu. !


Parties h~ai tag jauta primitlr'g t a
The Run offict-are- i-~ttmiaiodttia.,
vote In the 1ilu-.h & SalT. r4Ili"1:41
ti-st fi~ ar et i c. t Ilaid fr
work luau t foar,qt t1,:!- %% i ,
of p'rinte'd atammiia'a-r%' I a .
Vert isenil-11t go. t11 rt *'.r- ,
icard Iaag ttic~tt it tt .Itt
WaY of Your ,t4Al.


Irl


e kout.
win it. some of us, In the wil-
'amp. where we bunt or shb
my be dark or If the day be I
ud a here we find that the
the soft rain on one's face Is
h. after all: that wetness and
ate merely relative terms.
centuries of fussing and fum-
the weather hare not affected
ber one particle. It still ralns
rs and sleeta and blows, Just
ed by circmstance. There-
at's the use? Are your puny
or mine of any greater po-
an thoae of others gome be-
ridently not. Accordingly try
of betng friendly with the
of agreeing with It Instead of
it. and. 'pon my word, pre&-
will be agreeing with you.-
bin Ia IJppincott's.

Gele0etle Spnking
a ti punishment only wh
I aseally bad. Some moth-
that all crying Is badnes-
When your baby cries, look
or some external cause; If
Sind them give the baby
Cream Vennlftge. as the
irt It Is sfferinc from worms
iep It hungry and cross all
SPleasant to take-sure tn
a. Price 26 oeats. Sold by
hnson.
Unkind.
ar.'" xclai:ued a young bril.e.
l:and writes w bheaumitlfiy'*
ly ought to We solne of hlq
r.'" .**Ve.. dear. I know."
inkird retort. "I arve a draw-
theain at boune'"- Mamuhester
1.


little lives have been saved
i Honey and Tnr for cougha.
lup and wbooping cough. It
sly safe remedy for infa-*T
rem as It contains no opiates
narcotic drugs. and children
y's Honey and Tar. Careful
keep a bottle n the house.
ubetltutes. J. W. McCollum


Musle.
lie is more or less dramatic.
be march of music Is toward
er. The times of mere enjoy-
tone combinations are past-
lack.
uld not delay taking Foley'
Remedy at the first sign of
r bladder trouble if you rea
it neglect might result in
disease or diabetes. Foley'.
Remedy corrects Irregulari-
cures all kidney and bladder
. J. W. McCollum & Co.

ius really the capacity for
intw ?"
i;Aiwered the iat't "*(eulus
rpa'lty for goilIt without eat
Luiv liltl (Ourier J'iurmnal.
Hurry-Up Medicine.
hoiusekeei-er re'ognizesiZ thi.
*ffi< itve ren wll -.*il. to m ii-*- 0l|)C l.- I 'l -a-h 'l iiiell ililK tiUst
right aw.t% sucth a rt-ned'
l la i" l'taiikiller for h~Irain-
*-, fur t.iiit m uit> i l l
i .chen ndl t I,:iln. r-*stillting
%. alid fall.- IHturni aiid nmtl) rillh d by it ;ald
, ia; li .iK It li" i n -14
a ag tll > Hlit ;itl l ,i l l .. -
,, ai t ? !l0 :i ;ll l n .ll 'IT h I.
le I'.s ,, ill. r 1', rr I l\ i
: *1 1 t n n w l> ,'



ds, Cakes and

=.Pies


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TELEPHONE



The Lnq Distance I


One of the most valuable features
of our service, to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long distance
lInes of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company aAd the other as-
soclated B1ll Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines In the seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
In which a Bell Telephone system Is
operate.
Thee long distance Ilnes are of the
meet modem and Improved construe-
tion and are maintained at a high
state of efficiency. The Bull systems,


operating In
country, are
ment and i
sting.
Only by r
arrangement
phone compi
a Bell Toe
ask for "Lon
oommunicati
in the count
This vast
ing through
daily in con
poses by th
citizens in
plant here ii
great chain.


TALKS



System


various section m f t
uniform in their om
n their methods of eo

eason of this eles t Wa
between the Sell TO
anies is it possible topto
phone amoset anywhe,
g Distance" and be pi i
ion with almost any piato
ry.
network of wires, ra
tout the nation, Is md
mere and for ocdal puw
Shbanker, the farmer ad
*II walks of life aad a o
i an Important link il In Ot


Southern Bell Telephone



and Telegraph Company


Ehim Srice. roumie- loas


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OLDRET WHIKnET I OUL' r iill GEORGIA

...DVANE & HORNSBYSS.
24-2 ii StL, JACKSoILLE, FL4.


fos iaUU6#Aab


G. S. Merchant & Co.


ROWN sa"Jebbor In


Staple and Fancy Croceries


Gr.it, CGarde% Seed aqd Fertilizers


---0 GAINKOVILLf, fLORIDA


SOUTH SIDE SQUARE


Highest market price paid for Chickene, Eggs and oth*- Produce


A Complete stock o Hay. Corn. Ots, Flour. Bran. .seal. Cottm
ued Mod sad Rye. We handle only the Very est goods
at Loweet Prices. and guarantee eatsfacton a alys.


dA


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FWIT THEN WEATNOL.
PIW of Subs, us Fridls S. F. ON IRE

,a oMI ..- ,.. FOR SORdESOA
raieriag the we ther-el
that we mn e.nsaer th Te eLm'nn hedlMn wesle lu Vmin t5 which a L
It to larey dIe, to it st. to composed, ma It a specially deirabOe sad active remedy ins
No mawent to mae of ra mst ol t nor ad ke elldo evr kind. ce s "wu c dh
arden oft de, bt we lod l sponbler ttrble, a mdie that can priy the
fore coated that rate was the only hope of a successful cme -d it should be a dine tht S
ble anad omitted. We muat deenn the drcmlatltn, but one t hat the same Utj m retore th
that Adam and Eve d id ot its normal, i uch, utritive condition. a & &is t st uch a
eoasider rain. Purtherore. mob" d e tltyof ln51g-1Ipert ,extractej
I ignorance they did not kuow t S "oos herbs 5anbarksofOtweinorstad field. It La l 11111
as auythiag to be considered. receaird s the gratest of all blood riteo WOsing theS. h
nd the raints o more than the IN ry to eWmoveeerevimpnty in the S.
hlne, but to plane nto it the circulation, and stregthned and enriched It, sres am ulcers
he dro plt asl thasey Will. to and I rarely, ecause.thiya e o .g fedandkct open by a&
mow without a thought of d dha intoemofirritainjgdal enatr thebood.'
but. rather, to enjoy the brings about a healthy condition of the flesh by a1.,l9iving -t with-
but. re r, tof I t;toy thse."g i tre Book an
ly stint regardless of whether ad Ulesand say medical ad mailed fmee to all w!:o write.
lie dun or ilue--this Is a state U SW T WSUMC CO., ATTLA T
e. es eclally of the cities. long.


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by saflier sin. thcy, m
d onrakted Rtaom ewsse
ow AV*wee k-strictly to

bmi Cluchm" trn*a ha
o.ani5utosf temch add itinuat
loaft qvotiotng mad* k no" ase


tal is an eight pge. frty
,.bilabed every Monday and
iue. all the sews of the
W sad general, ard will be
sgme toeany part of tl.e tuitcd
h r$I se ya. r-i iadvlance.
l Ws become due after Arst
gaertIsemaent,. ales otherwise
a. f rtitet t kowe to an
0IIsy for advertising in ad-
THR DAILY s8tN.
GAIs3-VILLS. PLA.

Oghbrlst has relieved a
e of the Cooper case.

e o" If you want to win
i f afty thousand votes In
test for :he greatest
Mb1 crlbers to The Sun by
tf March.

m v-- ention of the Flor-
algfay School Association
0lg at Tampa on March 23.
b1nday schools through-
Gtto se urged to participate


question in Florida
sow is "Who will H-W
qf the Senate and S|eaker
For definite answer
l|upectfully referred to either r
Sogstes for these li)itions.h
sO only reply that it look,
and Carter.

g dumatIon from Washing-
II the effect that Seuiiator
1 a p re turltiitiii, bill ha.
of being lasMed at this
SO ngresss. The Florida
00 l men who ship their
6bvflnah factors are bitter-
to the measure and they
their influence felt at


I0I0e of Alachua county
EI preparations to give a
ir I Gainesville early next
W l shlow to the world the
I the best county In th
St exhibit of SMarion county
6II1b No was especially good.
I t*mrn and stock rahers of
SMlOy can surpass it if they
tM 1ake the effort. Now Is
l to. begin preparations for
o Mat fall.

Uhiias prohibitionists need
S M getting a law enacted
S Mr Leagislature similar to
Siltly passed in Tenie .,see
i Uchrist was elected ulIon
lfB.f or home rule platform.
id" th6 Legislature pat.h such
S10 WoRld certainly v.to tlie
4 Ulike Tenneteee it re
0 to-thirds vote to la1h a law
0b Governor veto in Florida.
Sa sei veral ntiuilnrh of (ti
who will vole for a.
to the cv' i..titutiiii .-t-
the questtion ti o tii |, iii(

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When the thirteen original States
federated. says The Wall Street
Journal. Europe was a great deal
farther off than It is now and China
was an interesting but remote remi
nisernce of the captains of American
built tea ships., with fabulous stories
of their run from China to the New
Kngland ports. The pooslbility of one
particular State Itisolving all the- rest
In outside troulih- does not seem to
have been con,-ld.red b%. the' tates
men of the Res.olution The Cans
dian tw)rder was almost trackless for
est The Rock .Mountalins wer' a
va;ue, ge,'ograpihical exlr,":-lhon, while
1,order Siates ordered on nothi :
pi* -entiKtg el' nie-nts of danger
The st :anim hip lih c hLhatt,'d all that
and ahile I the' I' tlad Stat,. gre,
l;tr,,r lthe wo( il r -intaill er
WhIn (' C.aifornlri la i,-rg,.ed from the
mists of Sl,;anl-h hi-tor. we were al
ready within te n da:.'- of il-uroleana
(ci ilization ()ur ('anadian tinightiwrs
had to be t hough'fully 'un-ider.-d
Texas had (u've into the I'nion bu.t
a few years be froie. and the Mexicatn
Order %as in a state of continued uni-
re-t Yet with all of these |M.sibils-
it iI's it never so-etns to have occurred
to our state.smeln. In the course of ter-
ritorial expansion. to restrict the Ipow-
er of the constituent States of the
nI ion in their relations with the
outer r world.
The Japanese agitation in California
has never possessed any more re-
splectability than the President gave it
when he consented to negotiate with
Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco. at
that time under Indictment for va-
rious offenses. Opinions may differ
about the dignity of his course on
that occasion., lie has always had a
tendency to play politics and make
hartgains. probably arising out of a
since-re desire to get something done
along the line of le.at resistance.
lHowever the situation m;na-y ha:t te-.-n.
it has at lea-t given a noi..s and iII-
controlle.d elenint iin California an ex-
aggerated idea of its own inmportance.
W'hetn wo. complain that tlie out-


side r (doe)s niot
illstitutions %4,
tminile-r that thi
Nloth ways It wa-
ItS to e\|xla|iil to It
liar eh.raiu'rt, r of
Imiadeh it liii l.'sible
State of IAuisianti
lynchiings in Nei


utnderitanid our
ought to re-
rI ll lllrll'lt ('I .
all very well for
aly that the IWeCUii-
oulr COllstilt tion
to interfere in the
i eo r the Italian
w Orle-ans. How


lonag would ae have tolerated that ex-
cuse from a Iower much smaller than
our-hes" \We re j'-r'ti.d it on one oc-
casion when proffered by the. Mikado
of Japan. who professed to le un
able to control certain fe-udatories of
his. We seint a nasal expedition and
immediately convinced the particular
daimio that his independence of the
Mikado did not warrant an aggres-
sive policy toward outsiders.
As we stand at present any sea-
board or border State can plunge us
into serious outside trouble. and we
ha e no dir,'ct constitutional method
of dealing with the case. The Presi-
dent has to go hat in hand to the
sandlot. eleiinh lit of San Francisco. to
the' (dr(gatoln of his office' and the
exasei-ration of the rest of the I'nited
States. Jaipan is i no position to
make ini lltar. detmont-trations now.I
nor i.s she at all likely to he for ten
>ears to come; but this does not alter
the anouialous condition now obtain
ing. A good imaniy of us look with
uspiliion on the evtenlsion f rthe-
Fe-deral power. but in this re.l|'c-l
there eevlits romill for ct onstitutilimla
alniidmeniit

Let a sant ad. negotiate a trade
for you--of sonitthing you don't peed
ft r t-lih thii g IIt. L di.j

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a The Philadelphia Record says "An
it ntTere ing and Important derlsion has
I recently been made by the New York
i Court of Appeals involving the right
. of the public to the free and unim-
1 p'ded ue. of the ocean beach reached
% by the ebb and flow of the tides. The
r right to walk along the beach cannot
. be legally Impaired by the erection of
t artificial barriers. The court hell
that any pi1 r or superrstructure which
. prevented fr, e access to the beach
may Ie removed uilon complaint to
. the proper authority. Itathilng. mat
HI Il. flshingl iiid plro(tlinalitg nmu.t he
Sfie. to all ThiA dacl-ion re-st- u|'on
t he' he,-or% that th.e ree-dom of the
-,.a a.-,rt. Itself as far as the pea
*nrro itehqes 1iiexn the land'
ThI, Norfolk Virginian Pilot says:
"Si tr lie.\burn of Idaho says the
. lIstal sa inigK bank plropooitilon is
simnpl a plan to take from the pxor
tto ltnd too the rich. through the in-
strurneita!it) of the national bainks.
\V.' .haoid, hardly put It that strong;
Sbut. oitniously. the result of the adop-
in orf the .lan would be ;o divert
the surplus capital of the country
from the outlying districts hnd con-
centrate it in the big money centers,
and so to deprive the several com-
munities of the use of a needful sup-
ply of the money which each had ac-
cumulated by its own Industry and
thrift. This of itself ought to be suf-
clent to condemn the plan. for It goes
without saying that the concentration
of capital is against all agencies and
prosperity."
The Washington Post says: "The
fact that the trade between the I'nl-
ted States and Cuba i* greater than
the Island's trade with any other three
nations does not change the situation.
For every dollar Cuba sends us In
trade we pay two dollars for Cuban
tobacco, fruit and sugar. And Cuba.
with stable government, will grow
rich from this great market we
furnish her. But it will not American-
ize the island. because her business
men are Spaniards. and they more
than eier before are controlling the
coin nmer(ial destinies of the Island.
The time may come when the rich
o|ll)(rteinitles offered by Cuba will
draw the necessary deluge of Ameri-
can capital and Immigration to swamp
the Spaniard in his Island stronghold.
hut until that time arrives Spain will
te- douiinjnt in the island from which
she was driven in the war of libera-
tion The Americanization of Cuba.
apparently. in the far distant fu-
ture."

A Religious Authors 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
passed same frequently day and night.
I commenced taking Foley s Kidney
Remedy. and the pain gradually
abated and finally ceased and my
urine became normal. I cheerfully
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy.
J. W. McCollum & Co.

If you have found auythin me f
It is advertised ia the Waat column.


BAD BLOOD
t had trirmble with my bowiptg witch -=ad.m
ii-.I aure M1I f&eC Wa 7167 r-aI.ei panp3
i %awe.ri~a? r-eij.- a, I I-ul,".. Iit
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KIPFCTIVE DWO. W. IS.


Leave Gainesville for Mienopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South....................... 10:10a 0
Returning, arrive Gainesville................. 4: p
Leave Gaineeville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:O 0i n
Returning, arrive Gaineville.... ............ 9:90 1.


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SEABOARD

Air Line Railway
N. Illavles WarreMd, R.L Larater Williams aad L. C. Duma.. Receivers
HSAVANNI! V (1A. iMA lls. 'Al A 11N. 1tOlTHERN PINES.
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2 MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

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North, So1h, East and Wedt


Consult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rates schedules and ra-
ervations, see your nearest Ticket Agent,
write to or call on

A. W. FRITOT, FRANK C. BOYLTOU,
Div. Pass. Agent, Tro. Paos. Aglt,
Atlantic Coast Llme, Jacksoevlle, Fleida.
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TI UAILY BSUT: OAINKSVILLL FLORID., JANUARY S. 1909


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s o ad SM asm b"
Madeft an ow" a
Vrom we@at" bom anbst1
as Md* WVwuww as
-wdegf u maL
Pam am Nu a i m masif
1211044 hwmhto to Wr. AhebuobI
Swham do k W 6 te to bw. 1mad
a-ft ftmum"ia b"aSe dry uke..
wft A godp~dom U- The bastw
lowaId.emtat pw"to eh lthe bow
sam i stim f sibst o ftr
"m MMW Vu atl.*
amfeWol: ar.waar e
upseftol mb or thsaavMEg ad
sswft we of am Amb-

to~~ o absSa in 410M
IO am ~da a MW somatble
4= m emu ft 1W tof jamb An-
domf Wbe omematw ~the chain.
OpOW at V"W~kkbft sI Be had
4" -WbW a SUMs r1amotamdft
son NI,1k 0i -11 redokeithat,
Ile I" d phasei t imt In
'Nowedo 6"soundthe beL thfs
-662M muhat1Wbthre ftres
of W Zamt. Theuno Andemumm
Isd bb bhal awft oa *a* poitiam
90 h bo hed Ilm, es i m"a hive
w~hbOM MhImto .heale mmd
6W51 abindI"i to WN dto
MfitLIt. hwivoya hehaod played it
oem do 10 spot be Would have
r pebb"a NU4ke mmd have lou
'c hp.Clearly, tMen. luck
m the is soMeibig to be taker
~. endb~Umwhaftfar mubetlev
as OW OW to the coqZrary.-ft~ey"*

ThW Puve Patd La.
AumlmyW~omsans:"Cle of,
Oe abeWa 61ofklw irs to Wirm
Ow eromosam o the preusmem of car-
atot heulavdrumINo malelmee."
I" low rFew*" a"tOthe auat.of
athr hb~un &W bew hdsated
ma 1k lb"l of emah battleTMhemo
aft IN of tolacomb
0 -fm ady have alabseWm6 thatthir
remedy ad imate smlimmy of theme
dva" So tnM th 1 b hia d ims
MeW tidy provesas s mepeUs. of
1kmoi ft made ma the lbeL This
Mmei3 Is 20OWM9 m 1the8 6a1fest,
min Gif g IN value has hemprowe
- d eatke. duvig Owe mamy
lawrs K so boom tIngemeral vuse. plor
mob by an haregts
The Ma" Ito the eecn.
2%h e bk Mrkinas IN) consilI-uf U. 4!1
thasoeim and known as the '"mv'i'1,
1k oe s uoi-ae greet 1144160. lyfig lot I
inefb eve! level than the twlghtpe


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SOTm T Truble CUred.
SIyo have any trouble with your
*M6ok yo yoauiMd take Chamber-
lat's Stomachm amd ver Tablets Mr.
J. P. Klewt of1 idma. Mo.. ays: "I
have ad a p eat many dUtereat
modleime for stmach trouble, bat
Sad Chambertala's Stomach and Liver
Taleb m*o bea tal tu aany other
remedy I ever used." For sale by
all ruggist
Leode. iI White.
After a few visits to the White (tty
see feels rather desirous of white-
washing the whole of Iiododi. Why
"ot? White is an admirable back
ground for color. Our blue sky be-
cowme bluer anl our gray sky looks
m re bptweutul tl hid it wbile a cold-
eo sky lakes white buildings delli:ht-
ftl. It we culd oily imti.e the w hole.
eity white. it berlin with. and then
gradually and nparlugly .ohtr. what a
beautiful city Ludtn wu uld bet Itrit
tab Ar bitect.


CASTOR IA
1Wr lafats and Children.
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FORD


THE BUSH & SA





PIANO CONT



In Which a Resident of Alachua

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard

Certifictes Valued at $3,150.0

The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

sentatives of The R. S. Howard

The Contest to be Conducted by

Behalf of Bush & Safford.


Se@ KEn nAl


County Wi

Piano, and 18

Furnished by

Sole Repre.

Co. of Miami,

THE SUN i




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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


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Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bushl &


Safford Piano Co.,


on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due Ihills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
TO a st a kUM k m" a W% N W ,a fi 6 Wh for.......$200.0W
Toe fbt S i r ilsk- u to am t v e. a e a f each for ......... 17.00
To ko at i rec ci Hmt hi t ve a sa i.t w seh f...... .- $1 150.
These due bill. 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
hih-Votes-
The following merchants will give one vote
r every centpaid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware C.
Phifer are.
Hyde Teach.
Where VMiYs May B Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establishb
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Swa office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Galnesville, Florida.


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 sHne repuale
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, and will participate la
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others interested In this contt-St.
such controversy may be referrt d to th- *cou
ductors of contitest. ho alone are the i.r:-uUn
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decld's to ~ itb
draw from the rave. such candidates ill] ,t be
allowed to tranijf4 r soal-s to the credit of another
candidate ina the contest


ST~fr~'S


, ,, i,tit*, -4rr %
400 votes


$2.0- Six months' subscription ................ . .. 1,000 votes
$6.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes
For a club Lf five oue.year subbcriptious beforee April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mouths' substiptious (before April 1). .25,000 votes


THE SEMI


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$1.00- One year's sutsc-iption ..... ................
For a lit.b Of tfvC oLe-vear subt,~r titio s ........


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500 votes
1,200 votes
3,500 vOti
30,000 votc
30,000 % "


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col citrg votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is wu desired by the propristo's


EST


Additional


IA.-l.'LTY


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


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bas5a ld Turkey
SThe Turks of-
s 4and bebtt
Mlle mag so.This
o tai wTy li wrich
41s. Twelve o'clock
with sMset-
If er hebow the san
saegse always. grt-
ait *of the year and
whBkh compels ev-
bIo wamck to dally tor-
B Turkey can flatter
has the exact tiUm.
t lEnglisbmenr Isum)
pmctuiality., when
as appointment It is
tdf aif an boor of
them they don't gM-
l* after the time agreed
^Iattag on the utmost
-o the part of the other.
the state employees are
4wmi by rery severe dis-
Srexpects them to arrive
t mmy particular Utm,
a tMajority of them go
SA fr the moseet lande-
Oppser for two or three
lermoom only. snd rather
mernia state oeces are
ui es this workdays
tfar the race of s-
Is the abbath of the
saturday is te day
ay, and one does not do
lagday the Greeks and
agsiaL like good Cbrls-
aM d the Mohammedans
ste so good an example.
the mnvrrow of a feast
there Is a meeting of
If ofatsters. and fT.w en)-
Sthrts So th. uil.l.<:ry. With
Is added in. It Is easy to
l at t out of the ."' t days of
are mot many left to con-
I the Interests of the Otto-
-Nlcholas C. Adolside ain
Magazsue.

Lam shoulder.
S smmon form of muscular
No Internal treatment
Apply Chamberlan's I nl-
twice a day and a quick
wIsalh. This liniment has.
|emashly valuable for-muscu-
hmlae rheumatism. and
On quick relief. Chamber-
So also most excellent
aiWd bruises. Price. 25
l e a events. For sale

splah Up t .Date.
sM the housewife. "yours 14
SITy. Rut It iun't the same
gpo IM last year."
S rely wouldWnt expect a
go all dat time ao' not show
,e-siset!"-Washlngton Star.

IMat of a rambling speech
pastor declared. "The sit-
D wtave: the crisis I nacute."
Ia~~per rep~~~rter. "was circu ui
LP .*.Y ha En.m ,~ ut.. ,


I! EXPEAIIEENT'


1WI Make No Mistake if You
Peltew This Advice.
neglect your kadne~%s
Iyf have pain in theb- ak uri-
dltniderb. dixzine-., and uitr-
St' time tu act and no timlle
Diltenit. Them.e are all symp-
1f Miaey trouble, and you should
aftmedy *bich It known to
Ma k0I yncy'
O Kidney Pills is the remedy
en. No need to experiment It
M4" many stubborn cases In
kicalaelll re ideiit. demand
proof than fhat contained in
iBtag testimuonial?
1orMnian. of Starke. Fla.
f "I give Iau'u Kldini. Pills
rNOo rnomitendatiou as thl-y
11f mew biit..flt to Wl th an all)
"m*dy I had lpre~lously Used
(484d from, kidney trouble for
I the. The kidine') e-retiolnp.
Wi fre4u,.at in pIa'"a and I
If ba to iij ri.. fro(i .Ix to vtiKhl
rElig the- iKght I aul-o had
and %S bothiered t,, b ilamn
My IOin, I flna>ll. |,ra u latd
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ErnA cI To r7oy.
Hae S* Hmme a Pest illgy ThIs
e tofhe Peas.
As old sea captain who br, uabt 1 1
shpI hat0 pIrt'"" "etly after a lung
voyage tfr. the east was talking about
II CN the rhanged 'adltons In the merchant
ane e almnce he entered it fty years

AI w thiae ir partilcularty." he
d. I 0 bow the cams boy has com. I
Am f h t coplately diappeauld, or at least how ex*
tmely rarb e mi now. I went tom a
when was twelve years old and et
Taki ELydiaE. Pinktk a'sa M ftll share the many duties and
I rp --Mw Cmd few pleeasreM that beetlogd to the )ob
I took. I waited on the olen or
Columbus Ohlo. Ihave taken the pamagesm it we hadsany. helped
l ydi F. tInkham's table Com the steward M the pastry and eveo
P-oun d urof l 1ad to uas st mokle despite the chbro.
changeof le. le kicklg I put up over that ilpoe-l
doctor told .e jt
was good, and since t. iBesides all those thina. of
taking it I feel so ome, the crew mide me run errands
much better that I for them. and erwrybody iS Ireael
can do aH my work seemed to regard the boy- as the
I& E. think arapegot for anything that wet
Lia E. Plnkham'u W All new cabin boys wer m-
egetable Com.
oundW a fine ree amily laughed at if they were
r all wormI either homesick or seasik, and there
troubles, ad I w various pretSsIcal J okes which had
M--er forget to tW to be tried on them by the smes. I
my frhieds what ft has done for me." member weU how I was told the At
-MIx IHAxSx, 3r04 East Log qf.. day I came aboard nerer to throw any.
Columbus. Ohio. thi g to wtndward except hot water
ranitevilleVt. H" p was n d ashes anid ow I was gwn enoun
troug the Caue oftLifeand ato follow them oede pleitly. The
ron nervous as sad other annoylng s ht of my red nd atreamnl eyes set
symptoms. Lyda E. Pinkham' Ve the crew tato rears of lanster.
table Compound restored mybealthand *Those tims are gone. There'sas
stre and proved worth mountains place at me for any one but an able.
of fom to me. For the aske of other bodied man now. Eren the -amm boye'
aging women I am willing you so called o the liners and In the navy.
should publish my letter." -n.. are all men. The modern changes in
CMARLE BARCLAY, ILF.D., Gra=ie- w all mor l e t!
Ville, Vt the build of ressels have left so waIMr
Women who are passing through this t fotr a boy. and I don't believe you
critical period or who are suffering could And one now unless on some Vwry
from any of those distressing ills pe- mail craft."-Pbiladelphsla Leder.
culiar to their ex should not loe sight
of the fact that for thirty years Lydia Thr ns cA so on rerd of a
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. h l o a red opn
widch is made from roots and herbs, cough cold or l Igripp devopag
has been the standard remedy for Into pneumonia after Poley's Hoaney
female ills. In almost every commit- and Tar has been takes, as It cures
uity you will find women who have the most estate decoughs
been restored to health by Lydia E motn e Ie
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. and colds. Why take anything *se?
J. W. McCollum & Co.
Power of Habit Wtrong.
"The habit of looking uider the bed BUSg NKSS C ADSJ
for burglars." the young woman said.
"Is something that folks laugh at. but DR. GEO. 8. WALDO,
1 brne never been able to get myself
out of It. I never feel perfectly com- DENTISTT
fortable unless I look. no matter where
I halppe to be. To my mind there Gan idlSS, e Ol@ Matl f_ I j.
Iam't any place except a safe deposit 01 Pfe61. AlLe D
vault burglars are unlikely to be. In o PhtO i. AS a
fact. the habit n aso strongly Ingrained
In me thnt

Ift In a small country hotel. where, -
there v s n.'thing tult a f.'d:ng le.l DENTiST.
In the room. I took It down aud tlw *
Inoked nr 'c- It before I grrt Inti bed
Th'it's a fnct. I tnthewl at myself the Oces in Grahaim Buildi, over
-ninrte after."--ernmit Fe Pree s Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 354.
The Meanest Man In Town
Is the one who always wears a DR* DsvEB B LM o ,
frown. is cross and disagreeable, and
is short and sharp In his answers. * D T
.%ine cases out of ten It's not the poor
fellow's fault, It's his liver and diges-
Uon that make him feel so miserable 0Gfs ee Gaiasal le N8atft l a b
-he can't help being disagreeable. 11-M .
Are you in danger of getting Into
that condition? Then start at once
taking Ballard's Herbine for your D". J. J 8aADLMAN .
liver--the safe, sure and reliable vege-
table regulator. Sold by W. M. John- D I T I u .
son.
Siam's Weiahts and Mcei.uros. 0oa ever D"tW U 0o's-. I*
in sl:a;:i t!,, ;i : .l .- -.r- u-ed a- PiNo- r0. alaesvlle. ii
dlerle.d fr. ra a *-', .,t llInt1 t'i !a i' ----- ---i
capable o hr.ldl Kwi t: ai:arind M'wt4. W Z. BAKER.
anid twenty of these uilts equal the
capacity ,of a w.de-n lu,l..t In dry ATTORNEY-AT -LAS,
re1nssure h A tamuarlid ew.d- ma:k,. .une
"kLuliabn." auHd I w]ut.v ti ka "inalin" .. .OLIOITIOR IN CHANCKIkT. .
make one "ast." or bamboo basket; -
eigbty "'at" maLe one "kwlen." or (QAINriVl1J. Alasau O)9., iF
cart. Tiln i uan example of the prim- 04oe la Havmans Plis-
Itive ,r ati. of most units of weight
and nieatures. F RDIIAND .BAYER.
Simple Remedy for La Grippe. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rackklg la grippe coughs that may (G aanvuja s. LrasaDA,
JI-veloip into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Poley's honey an aU yor loa y poopony. (1W
and Tar The sore and Inflamed lungs, M d 5aOd DalMmaprod), plihl0ie
a' -healed and strengthened. and a ndlOa"0"s"d f1 ed. 06 I6
dangerous condition is quickly avert Ile or What 104 offer l .ie 314t
.*d Take only Foley's Honey and Tar A. COARBLIJSL
in the yellow package. J. W. McCol- ATTOAEY AT LAW
lum- -- And "llolior i n it
The First Slow One.
11t. jtit 14, J.. j .,l ,', ^ e KtodOouove anlnenal -ei
*A:.d I at: r.a, ;:,, iriiti illw tirt 0ral P Uaie. All base n 01
.i; -o *.%.r ki-..l '" sassended so. O f aest deer .to
I... a '.r' *>, 'i tit- i,.-:,ti ful .girl re- )ttoe. Oai sava LLu z I L B. a .
J,,l l ..r r,.-l Il, trli ll, hil -I
"**l. i r%. :l t...kl It.h- i.,..tlI<" rVANK CLAMK TUMOL. W. L
N4" 11' '""".a CLARK & FIELDING


Every Mother
I r ~.ii A.. ube apiru-al abativii t h
a,it t.I t % v A cough ir iit dl I'
% I i r ta ir [1.1. im 'it
tit i ta e i'i wI ,r.
iLL I. rit d I i-- 1I4,ilj S~lo 111 V
fI il'l': it tlig i.1 .41 1
'i. t..i sold 1') %N, 1
Jt. '
The Sun oltice for calling carda


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His Mether I*lew Weft.
By one of those queer marriam at-
tiements sometimes made la Enalad
a young man agreed to pay is wgfe's
mother $100 ou the art day o earch
year. He settled to Caneda aad whea
he came to make the emittace he
deducted the amount of the ptae
and aent her only 04. The moater-
t-law Inlsisted that she must have the
other 16 cents. and after they had
quarreled by sall about It f r a
month or two she had her atterey
brinr smat xalinst him In the Omtbrte
courts. She made him pay. too. amd
satak him for the cot of the actis.
though she was obliged to bee her
own lawyers. The total epeamem of
this sixteen cest laweult were sad to
be eur-tly ft;12, 4mot of which tell
upon the eonoml-al eon-la-law.
Hieks' CAPUDINK Cure WSiek Heed
ache
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip, toem-
sch Troubles or Pemale trmbles.
Try Capdine--It's llquld-efcet tlm
mediately., old by lals.


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IIGH.GRADE VEGETABLE

It pays the farmer to plant only the bem. It a
question not of "how cheap," but d .owp"
hr Seeds u& rNm6 s a F b m tm ijd .
W. .ars no booking ordres for Pe a. d otUr somdemale. We
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JANUARY :31 19,!9


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CONDENSED

gO| ERAL INTEREST
&UN REPORTER.

luppaM d and What is Geo-
ttleenloand
0 g o a of the City.

am ckt at Itntherford'*


t ol 11it ceuts pound

of Hague is among the

of Atlanta was at the

seuld rest today and
SCo, tomorrow.
qersw day and miht.
srT a uiL
d of Alachua was here
*as business trip.
^B Video of Archer was
ae city yesterday.
S tmdIn paid to ladies'
Wuuftod'a Restaunt.
I11 eeits on the dollar
OWey last. L J. Burkhim.
p. TbomU of lfgh Springs
1 sh hoppers visiting the

Sfti and Chas. McDonnell.
of High springs, were
b the city yesterday.
Palms. Ferns amd Shrub-
sad ruit Trees in va-
1 5 Oraves. 'phone 179.



mANTS..





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i mthe. but so advertuse
m 0r t0es ta Ns cents. 81ix
a liMe; no tractional lines.
WI ever each sax couLUng as
lime. CAbH in advance
is-Ngey anl orders lor laer-


PO R RENT.
i IT-1ive-room cottage. Ap
010 I puberty street
i....


LOST.
'-Malf-grown pointer dog;
S-I n spotted; tiamed
r Ll


white
"Joe "


WANTED-BOARD.
y a gentleman. board and
.: s la a nice family. must be
r ," di st to GW Hde C'o's tore.
T. Poastoffce

AGENTS WANTED.
tU-Cgar traveling salesuiman
S W9 territory; experience not
ag1Smary; will pa) right izmai wgood
IM and exipenu-s. Natimonal ('t
Sale* Co), Toledo. Ohio

FOR SMALL
SALE Frer-h three-gallon unilth
1 0. Ilquirv W i' M)S*, -le'
SALK Tyiewriter riblNar., tboth
M and record. 7 clit.- eta'h

SSW ALt -4;Nxsd ge-lil,. hli.r,. .11.*
* I 1mbber tir.-d buggy Arjl> ) I'
No 27N
* ISALE-Houae and lot corner
SMial and Itoundary tretl
ait Daily Sun office.
S.ALI CHEAP tHA'-;Oxiid n1<1h b 4
Salt. A bargit.i It tl ke iit &I
I ><. I~aijUl.,. ih,. tultl.

SSALE-Taiu cottagre lU dSout
Vblr.; '(-rairs eany at ri.a.oirh
B'. a If vuzable to pay at
Al ata Suin othe

in lt a eerth aUt I, oll
sat to Jet K6.e1< 1 a
a bargain aud uu *-*i)
Sat Sua oAce.


Ptrkled pln feet s cents pound at
selle) A 'oC'
%;inc 'Wiitor of Waldo A.., trading
in t'ie cl. S itur;ay.
Col F" Y S tith of Alachuna was a
visitor to the city y..t.rda.
T .1. Mcltae has r,-turned fro a
buittn tri. trptoi MlcanoI,.>
0 (Treoat.i at .'7,41 c rentt on thbe d )llar
as 1 'I a* th tr > lart 1 J t I.urlihai..r
.1 F lunieh r, tin-tld .)vet.(iday) IrTn
po ti In the authrni ;rt of .ise
St..t '
". c.r Sl'. ..l tudr-er..-r re-
duced to 92 cents (Get the habit. L.
J. lturkhim
Go around and get acquainted with
Silley & Co. and hbeir says It will
do you good.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Jarrell of
Clystt were among the visitors to the
city yesterday.
M. Venable. the mill and crate man
of Archer. was among the visitors to
the city Saturday.
W. L Hill and E. L. Cushman re-
turned Saturday from Micanopy.
where they went on a shabort visit.
Plank's Chill Toonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price S6c. Sold by W. M. Jotnson.
Pure apple elder delivered to any
part of the city for one dollar per
gallon. N. Prancisco. Pbhoe 223.
Mrs. J. H. Beville left yesterday for
Oeala. where she will spend the next
several days visiting friends and rela-
tives.
Remember, please. that we have
silk laces for high-top shoes. Colors.
tan and black. Price 20 cents a pair.
L. C. Smith.
N. G. Pleasant. a prominent In.
surance man of Jadsonville. was In
the city yesterday, a guest of the
While House.
If your suit doesn't fit I can make
it 1ft; if it is dirty, torn. or ripped. I
can clean and repair it. Chas. Ellis.
223 W. Main street
John W. Wideman of DeLand. who
has been on a visit to his old home
at Micanopy. is among the insurance
men visiting the city.
Miss Willie Wyman of Arredondo
is in the city and while here is the
guest of her friend. Mrs. W. T. Ches-
nut, on Alachua avenue.
The Government building will be
started on or about March lat. accord-
ing to advices received by Salley &
Co the cut price grocers.
Miss Irene McCreary. who has been
on a brief but pleasant visit to her
friet.d. Miss Ford. at Micanopy. return-
ed to her home here yesterday.
Our line of clothing is the best to
be found in the city. and is at all
times full and complete. Call and stMe
what we have to offer. L. J. Burkhim.
The Woman's Christian Temper-
ance Union will hold its monthly meet-
Ing at the Tabernacle Monday after-
noon Immediately after the preaching
erv ice.
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.
Mrs J Fletcher Hill and little son.
Lawson, have returned from Mica-
nopy. where they have been visiting
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
K C Chitty
J T Manning and wife of Clarke.
who hate been on a short visit here
to th. latter' pare nts. Mr and Mri
I leiuie'Y returned to their
holie ) ,.lr.la>
YoU o*.' ther ilnter is not > t o er
anad )ou tlll find much comfort in a
euatr of comifortble bed room ,lliieler


\V-. ha e them from 7".c to $1 tI a
pair I. t' Smith


I'.:.r-Ijtg t i (omm& Seed ('t St
I I Jl --fbsg s l~urp." i'n t4-1

tell tI li.IE .iolit its td



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4111 I. c.e I 'll11 A 1141r lt ipt Is 0 ~ I


Another Week of the


REMOVAL


LE at WI


Delays in the remodeling of the building we are to occupy makes it imposible for m
to move as planned, and realizing the amontilt of room that will be required for owr
immense spring ktock that Ias been selected for our trad% we will continue our Re-
moval Sale to reduce our present stovk to lowest point.



.Tis Week It WE Be Dress kui.

You know the kind of Dress Goods Wilson's sell-you know the vales that are rge-
larly found here. These same values for this week will be found on our enounmn M
about half their value. All the new weights and weaves will be offend. You eaMt
afford to pass up these values without investigating.
in


$1.10 and $1.25 Broadcloth, 52 inch, all
color, per yard ................. 72

$1.10 and $1.25 Panama cloths, black,
blue, brown, per yard ........... 72h

83 and 90c Colored Dress Goods .... Sk

65 and 7.c Colored Dress Goods .... 4k

50 and e0I values .................l3ie


Cost not considered-we want to close
them out.


urni Itinl mi
A nice black dress always dsoira,
We have every disrabe l ~ e
weave-Panama, Voile, r (bw* '
ron stripes.
$1.10 and $1.25 values... ...0..,..W k
85 and 90c values .... .. .........
65 and 75c value. .... ............ i
50 and 60e values ............. ...1o..


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And lusertions, all new pattern; 0lsa
15e values for this week uI. '


WILSON-,-=u


Mrs.
terday.
Mrs.
in the
friends.


Sugar cured Picnic Hams 10 cents
the pound at Salley & Co's.
All our $125 wool underwear re-
duced to 92 cents. Get the habit L
J. Iurkhi .
Misses ia. Colclough and Dwrlaa
Ellis will spend today at Waldo. when
they will go to visit friends.
Mrs. S. Vincent of Alachua is in the
city. vilittag the family of L V. Means.
and attending the Bible Conference.
Geo. R. Ellis has returned from a
short business trip to Malutosh.
where he went to Interview the truck
growers there.
None Equal and other splendid shoes
for men are being sold in our shoe
department at $2.68 and $2.88 every
day. L C. Smith
Friends of Mrs. E. D. Wynn, who re-
sides in South Gainesville. will regret
to learn that she is confined to her
home from sickness.
Our line of clothing is the best to
be found in the city, and is at all
times full and complete. Call and see
what we have to offer. L J. lIurkhim.
Mrs. T. F. Williams and Miss Jennie
Weeks of Wauchula have arrived In
the city and will spend the next few
days visiting the family of L E.
Mean,. In North Gainesville.
We receive two shipment a week
and are sole agents for Oswald Jaeger's
famous Milwaukee rye bread. Small
hloaf, 1 cents; large. 25 cents. Try
one. it's delicious and healthful.
liro n iloue-
Chickering. Knabe, Matbushek.
Fischer. lovers & Pond and other lead-
Ing makes of pianos sold by me for
cash or on Installment plan. See nme
tbfore bu) hig W. L. iHill. Opera
House lluildiiig


All charter ininnlm-wr% of the Fratern t
al Order of Kaxleh can obtain |iln. _
buttton iiead eluicharmi, from us at a dil
4ou)iiift o of eihird Iht.- regular price
We' hi.av oin h, hI iablel o of tlhet order I. (
SS-1llI
('ul Rol. it EK l' imsi returned >'a
t< rdIA from HWahllingtoni where he
,cult for the |pur|pmnu of deli ierlsiK Ith*
t leltoral ,,e t of the Stalte to the
Sll re,' i r. %aill'i N YI k undJ otlier loiiit
tit1 11 e re


I vOU AlE A TLE UNITIVE t;.,t"'. 4Ce, lee ii 'it usi.g (' ras fIed &


tr. t.%
9RIO) at .6L


M. Godbott of WaMl was
the visitors to alneeville yes

Tom Boardman of Hague was
city yesterday. the gust o


Mtiss MeCredle of Mleiaopy was
among the shoppers visiting the ity
saturday.
C. R. HatI;.r. John Kite. R. C. Small.
Bud Tbhii,. and Uoleom Counerly
were vlsit.,r from Hague yesterday.
The pomnnal seeess of the new
grooeryfru oaliUey & Co. is due to
the fact of their cutting prices and ad-
vertiuiisag thes.
ltev G( T. Taylor of High Springs
wa tu the city yesterday. He was
en route to points on the Cedar Key
division. where he will be abseet for
the next few days.
James Hague, J. R. Hague. Ben.
Wiggins and J. M. lady. all of Hague.
were visitors to the city yesterday.
having been summoned here as wit-
nesses before Judge Mason la a civil

We're not in business for our health.
but like this climate. The people here
have treated us nicely, and to show
the feeling of reciprocity we're selang
the very beet staple and taacy gro-
ceries at way down prices for ea.
Sally (Co
Addtloeal she"t ems en PPao TWe.


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